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Rebecca Romijn & Milo Ventimiglia

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

20:43 min | 1 year ago

Rebecca Romijn & Milo Ventimiglia

"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast division. Watch what happens live with me. Andy cohen and his co star in his latest film is a golden retriever and turning on bravo will always make her sit and stay. It's watch what happens is with rebecca romaine and milo ventimiglia now xiv everybody. I'm your host. Andy cohen in the clubhouse with two actors who are so talented even their chairs chairs or a little bit intimidated by i guess new movie outs her playing the leader of a high end satanic cults but she spends her spare time following the antics of a cult of women who pray at the altar female gratiot from satanic panic out september six. It's rebecca romaine love you the film as in playing opposite a dog in a performance that is sure to make your tail wagged from the art of racing in the rain opening nationwide this friday. It's my low ventimiglia. The two of you ever met before time well i mean i know oh. You're both otherwise engagement. You look beautiful together. Oh join you and tonight's bartenders are in a show with a great love story set to every repub song under the sun so i paired them with my greatest love under the roof mabus for moulin rouge on broadway say ida fred and kyle. What a hit show. Congratulations very exciting can't wait to come see it. I will tell you my low. I stayed up last night watching coaching your film. I loved the book i love. The is everything you're in make us all saab. I go for emotions <music>. Okay motion seating. Thank you very much. I almost cried when i saw you just did hug me night tonight. <hes> on southern charm which i have to mention rebecca who such bravo hollick she's never seen southern charm. She watched tonight's episode. She's coming in hot with virgin. <music> is yes. I want to apologize to the southern charmed fans. I don't wanna let anybody down but there's only so much space. Sometimes i just want to sit in my chair and watch milo make my voice catherine was giving beyond safe formation vibes with fox hunting look. What did you think avert look. They called it pippi longstocking. I thought that was cold that they called her pippi longstocking. I think she looks like southern victorian barbie zara very good your questions for rebecca in my lower coming in where we get to those here's what three things i'm obsessed with tonight. First rebecca has seen every single bravo show so ever except for southern charm that is until now. Here's what rebecca just watch tonight's episode. Even though she's coming in cold she's coming here with hot takes. It's time to spill the sweet not dots on your first impressions of ashley. What did ashley do. It sounds like she owes an apology. She did everything dots on catherine. Finding i love in a country singer named hunter wishy to smith now based on the bravo trope feels like she's laying on a little thick kind of like when vicky was laying on brooks a little pig laying it on you know scott. It's a little too much. I love dots on the rumors that shep game danny committee aluminium shop. I met him here at one on the show. When i met shopping shopping so hot i would risk it. You lose new movie reminds me of a golden retriever starts on catherine's new home. Do you like the war war. I love how everything's monterey. I love in the south how they monogram everything. I'm from oakland. California come from nothing ever even matched much less is with monogram. I like how special everything on there not being a fox chase for the fox hunt. I just wanted to be in that party in the wagon. The back heard you had some strong opinions about chelsea's dad bad thoughts. I picked chelsea's dad is hot and i think he should go out with channel madore. I like that lastly bravo bravo liberty do you. I think would be best fit on the cast of southern charm from another show tinsley mortimer diary. Thank you very much for second aerobically rescuing his whole family from a burning building or literally starring on his show called heroes milo always plays rolls that make us go off aw except for that one time he showed his but on this is us which made us go anyway. Here's let's see much the real milo as communism equipments aerobic characters. My view are stopped a crime when it was happening in real time. <hes> i feel like i've chased somebody down that no okay it. We'll chasing. Someone down fits w. ever help to bug back outside instead of killing it all the time. Oh what was the last time you open the door or for someone would now run away in here yeah. Have you ever helped an old lady across the streets. I don't know if it helped. An old lady impresses street but like down the road <hes>. Have you ever returned a lost wallet or a phone that you found us. Yes <hes>. Have you ever adopted. A rescued skewed pat. No have you ever saved a cat from a tree. No have you ever denied a diehard fan and autograph picture <hes> once or twice yes but you know what i do. I do i stop and i introduced myself and you say i am happy to meet yuban. I don't care to take a picture. No no just like sometimes you can kind of. You know if you're going to be stuck in for like an hour. Yes otherwise you gotta go. I gotta catch a plane but milo nice to meet you and your book. Thank you it. Finally we're just one week away from the southern charm finale since my two guests could probably play more convincing versions of the southern charm cast than they themselves can and here's what it's time for a special edition sneak peek addition of clubhouse playhouse rebecca milo will head on over to the green screen where they will <music> act out a scene from next week southern charm finale rebecca is going to be madison. Milo will take on the role of shop. Okay actors actors are taking their positions. You both can see this prompter sure okay very good and see offer does value all your friendship. I don't wanna feel like you guys can't get back to where you guys have been in the past and i and i know that you've probably never will and after tonight. He's probably feeling the same same way. I don't really care how well he deserves. Have a little thing in the stomach or little thing inside of his shorts like i do so i'm not going take this any longer. I thought you guys are stronger than tire iron. Can y'all relationship handle this or is this the final straw it's not we are going to be just fine well. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. I hope you find it. I'll find it somewhere amazing with sun and white sand and me with a big grin on my face alone well now. How can i find it alone. Sticks and stones may break my bones but obviously word word you see. I try to the joke and it didn't. I like it that you went back on what you knew of the u._s. Yes that's very cool. I have to tell you something hearing you perform that it actually did seem like the dialogue was written by someone but that actually did happen that's wild. Let's go to susan from virginia susan. What's your question. Hey everybody how you doing great <hes> my question is for rebecca <hes> what was the real reasons why you and let star trek discovery after season two and what can you say about your work in the new short treks oh well well <hes> spoiler alert for anyone who is not finished watching star trek discovery season too but the starship was sent a thousand in years into the future by the enterprise which is why we didn't go with them right okay and captain pike spock played by ethan peg captain pike play by ants amount myself were on the enterprise and we did go on to the tree didn't leave the future we are on the enterprise and we did go up and shoot some short treks which will be coming out this fall. Okay good okay. Let's go to erica from virginia. Hey erica. What's your question hi andy. I'd love to know for milo's since you know. The indie ending to this is us already. Where would you rank compared to the series finale heroes and gilmore girls number one number one. Are you happy with how it ends. Yeah live over one but also even in knowing it. That's still several roll years away so things could change rights. We got to allow room for that but where it is now. I think it's yeah it was beautiful rebecca. How how would you think of the beverly hills reunion. Oh gosh i haven't seen it. Oh you haven't seen now only got sabrina from seattle for rebecca which question question hey guys. Hey rebecca <hes> hi. What was your reaction to hearing. Denise sorta her husband a happy ending and would you ever do that for jerry. No i would never do that for jerry the first quick but you know i saw denise at your baby shower. She had just finished. She just wrapped. I guess you finish the season and i said to her. Is there anything that was that you regret sharing her. You're nervous about sharing on the show and she said yeah one thing and i said what she's like. It was was a little too much. I think it was too titillating like well. What was it she said. I shared that i got a happy ending massage for my husband has been and me for aaron and me and i was like that's the thing i didn't even know. That was the thing that men and women did together or i didn't. I actually need more details right. She did text me a few days later. She was like lunch soon and a massage. I'd i don't know i need more details. J._v. really from north carolina. Hey jamie which question hi my questions from milo milo. Do you know if we will be getting any more episodes of gilmore girls and will we ever find out who worries baby daddy as to my knowledge <hes> amy sherman palladino has gray show called the marvelous miss mazel yeah right i think i think they're kind of busy on yes. She's in the weeds right now and i thought that the very end was like kind of it was not gesture soon ordine nor logan but someone else wasn't it so we don't know so we don't know right. It's definitely not my okay downloading. How many dogs were used used in filming your to hero dogs barker <hes> butler who's our nine year old parks are to your than we had three other two euros kind of like burger a runner and then just was hanging out right right and then we had puppies so many puppet. You're gonna lie now. My daughters and i cried just watching the trailer and it's funny. Though it's all right it's gametime everybody when you want this. It's hard to go even five minutes without tearing tearing up but when it comes to what makes my guess misty eyed. Will they be able to pull the wool over my eyes. Let's find out what the new clubhouse game. That's sweeping the nation cry or or lie my guess we'll take turns staring into the camera and dramatically saying things that may or may not make them cry then i'll have each one is a real tear. Jerker of my guests are using their acting talents to jerk me around okay. We're back your first every time i read the book of mice and men so i would leave that yes okay guys one hundred hundred all right my low. I cry every time i make my grandmother's famous italian stuffed peppers and onions. I don't don't believe it. I didn't deliver jokes told you got that right. Okay rebecca. I cry every time. I remember remember that betty. White is the only living golden girl. I do not believe that correct every time i watched the movie steel magnolias cry. I believe that yes very good. I like you more and more so my god drink your juice shelby. I wept like a baby after the birth of my twin daughters. I believe that no yeah actually i was coming off morphine and vomiting trash all right. Let's go to this day. I can't wash the visit us pilot without crying. I do not believe that cry a willie. You'll gets me more is the moment when you realize that they're all family right. The camera moves in nineteen eighty just swells like just you know why oh have you cried in other episodes of this pre consistently usually mandy. I washed show together and we sit there and like on a lunch break. I'm gonna fake something mustache and then we're like grabbing kleenex cry all of those every you've remind me of my dad my seven. I gotta tell you something. I love that mustache on. It should come as no surprise. Milo krista texted. What's been the craziest. This is us fan theory. You've seen online that jack works for the f._b._i. And he's actually not dead but in some kind of like witness protection something then he emailed rebecca rebecca. What do you think of jay laws performances mystique and x. men. I miss you in the role. Thank you. I think she's great. I love sharing that role with her. She's amazing trip rip. K. texted milo. Which heroes character do you think on the stupid stupidest superpower daniel ramirez some like weird tear things. Thank you like bleeding. Black tears and i don't really remember what happened. Alright signboard by moslem of the day it goes to this dream southern charm real housewives of new york works city crossover meet up in the hamptons from this past weekend. It's ramona with the southern charm. Guys motor is ramona. She did this s. warriors. Hey it gets the balls. Oh because the fact of ramona didn't ask any of these men to unpack her suitcase for beforehand is a huge step up up tonight. Chocolate goes to a traffic accident in mannheim germany where a truck lost part of its load spilling over ten thousand bottles of beer onto the highway so this answers. Here's the question why did the german chicken cross the road to the life posted thought was a rooster because it was drunk off the highway the road back a romain saints panic research lisa racing in the rain fred guard and kyle brown. Are you <music> guard right guard guards. I guess i'm sorry all right milo had you read the book before are shooting the other way around. I got the script. The script and i read the book interest. I went backwards. Let's go to tiffany from georgia hi milo. Oh hello tiffany good good good after warner brothers told you you were too old to play batmans. What do you think of the news that robert pattinson going to step into that role well. He's a lot younger than me by decade say it would be bad if they got someone your age. Well yeah yeah eh like. I'm i'm a fan of his. I think he's a great actor and i think i'm kind of busy doing some other things right now and that's okay. I could see you play batman yeah well. You know actually i probably can't. I got crooked mouth so they would know right away. Yes i used to talk to the side of my face like this. When now's a kidde pronounced when i was a kid and then i started working on it and figuring out how to make it a little more straight. Where are you from. Show say it's batman without voice or something like just do a compare bruce wayne or scouting okay. Were you like a surf guy. I went to the beach served a skateboard. I snowboard skateboard your surf guy. You can totally talk yeah. One hundred percents all talk okay christy from texas it kristie which question hey andy my questions for becca if you they were <hes> primaries below deck what would your what would be on your preference sheet <hes> lots and lot like all the pasta for him and like all the meat for me like you know he's he's. We're like jack spratt and his wife who we didn't know oh fat. We're like we eat all opposites trying to remember. We had dinner saturday night. Yes we did. I can't remember what state we both had stay. Well well so then that here. I guess we've pretty easy primaries. We're we're aiming we want to be we're big blow to okay. Let's go back to the phones last. Call the night cindy from kentucky. Hey cindy hi andy. I love you and can you give a shout out to my nephew colin. His wife actually having their first baby hake island ashley congrats on the baby is going to be a great ride anything else. You need cindy now. I have to cook okay to buckle and what can what can you say about the twist. We're getting in the season four premiere this us. Oh and why did the show's creators say. We're all going to be talking about it because you're we're all gonna be watching it. I <hes> and i can't keep up with answers like i really can't. I mean the it is just the world expands. The world expands the world expense okay very good. Is it hard keeping stuff secret actually harder to tease right because you wanna be able to give you have you done press before and tease something that you thought right okay that was good that was safe and then they say the you know no no no no. They've never they've never chastisement slap my hand or he's the worst offender chrissy i. I don't know everyone kind of dances next to that line. They never really cross it. <hes> the u. teaser show all right. I wanna thank rebecca advice for more. Oh aw thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live monday through friday at four p._m. Eastern time make sure your subscribe to have a great rest of your night.

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363: 6 Objection Handling Steps - David Milo

Daily Sales Tips

04:12 min | 11 months ago

363: 6 Objection Handling Steps - David Milo

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from David. Milo David is the the current head of sales at Sauna a startup based here in Austin that sought ten x growth last year. Here he is. Hey everyone this is David Milo with your daily sales tip. I'm going to be covering objection handling and giving you six key steps to getting over. Any objection. Objection handling is one of those lost arts that I see among SDR's and account executives so if you're having some difficulties setting those appointments or getting deals right across the line following these steps will definitely make an impact on your commission and on how well you do so step one. Listen just listen to your prospect aspect. Right there's a lot of bad feeling bad emotions that you're that you're prospect is having you've gotta let them get that out of their system. Another great reason for listening is your uncovering more and more objections. Brian Tracy says that the best salespeople question skillfully and listened carefully so make sure. You're listening listening to your prospect number to empathize empathize with your prospects. You've got to be able to lower their walls. Make them a little bit more open to hearing doing what you're GonNa say when someone gives you know their walls or very very high. They're constrained their emotions are tight right. You've got to be able to empathize with someone and the more tailored that you can make that the better off you're going to be step. Three goes hand in hand with empathizing with your prospect. That's relating so making sure that your prospect prospect knows that. They're not alone that they're not the first person that have had the objections feelings that they have. You've got to convey to them that you have worked with other a prospects just like them. Help them overcome their objections. And they've become great clients of your step for our softening language statements so Stephanie Language statements are again a great way to continue to lower walls. There are a great way to set up. What you're about to say next picture about back to hate your prospect with some logic? That's going to overcome their objection. But you've got softened the blow just a little bit so some good examples of softening language. Statements are Dr. Here's my thought process. I could be wrong here. I may be way off base so great thing you can do is also combine softening language statements statements for example. Here's my thought process. I could be way off base here but so softening language statements a great step five. You're now finally into getting into your logic. It's your point. It's that one or two or three things that you have in your bag to overcome that objection and the interesting thing is though there's four steps that go before your logic and it's critical as a salesperson. You've got to be patient. You already know the the answer whatever objection. You're getting your prospect. You've probably heard it a million times and you know exactly how to respond but hitting them with your logic to early isn't going to help you out because you haven't opened up their ears to listen to you so step five. Only after listening only after empathizing after relating and after using softening language statements is now your logic. Once you've given your logic step six. The final step is closing progress and move the phone call forward. I hope this helps try practicies in your daily sales life and I'm sure they're gonNA have a big impact on your commission. Thanks you'll you'll find a link to connect with David on Lincoln at daily sales dot tips forward slash three sixty three and on that page. You'll also find a link to sauna where they're actively actively growing their headcount and looking the higher for marketing sales operations and support positions. Definitely worth checking out. If you're looking to ride a rocket ship again in those links are at daily sales dot tips forward slash. Three sixty three then be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip.

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Podcast Extras: Milo & Me

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

14:28 min | 4 months ago

Podcast Extras: Milo & Me

"Places. Please dance is his so so what's like crazy for me is that? I have a dog right I've had a dog for like the past year. I, have a dog, his name. Is Milo. Sounds like a pretty soft name, right? It is you know it is I can't think like a thug dog named Milo I can't think of a thug. I've ever met named my low affect I never met a person named Milo Milo sort of fit him. He was ask from last year for my birthday. My Wife's equity want a dog. No Dog. I didn't really know what I was getting myself into by new I wanted a dog and they went to the to the shelter. And the rest of his siblings were high energy and he was the only one that was sort of low. SORTA. Shy. who was also the only one? The had Brown for. In so My wife instantly discriminated toward him. And he was a big puppy I mean when we got him, he was at twenty pounds and now my one year old. Puppy is ninety eight pounds and I think he stopped growing. I think. Milo is a energetic. Puppy. He is amount. Tell you little battle me he loves chicken. He loves DORITOS HE LIKES TO TAKE walks. He doesn't WANNA, walk behind you. He wants to walk on the side with you sometimes ahead but generally he wants to walk. With you he he enjoys sleeping in, he sleeps on the vent. which makes the room hot but is okay. what else he? He'll wake up with you. He'll wake up with me every morning I. don't care how late I sleep. It could be nine o'clock eight o'clock twelve o'clock. He's GonNa wake up with me in. We are day started he likes to be around. When we first got him. My kids were were afraid of my daughter was especially afraid of him. He was twenty pounds let like a big gopher sort of walk around the House and they were just screaming and crying and it was a rough three months of just like what did we do? Why do we get a dog and why did you ask for dog person who was asking air? Why did you ask for that? Was Me I was asking myself good guy could just ask for some shoes. You know or eight, an gift card. You could just something simple why? The Dog and took some time for my kids to really. See the Milo is a puppy in the he's not going to buy in the he's he's trying to learn from them. It took in fact a an incident which took Milo to the dog park, and he's run around being goofy. Being a big three month old puppy. In while we're at the dog park, he was attacked by a pit bull that ripped his ear off almost off. it ripped straight through his ear. and My dog WHO DOES NOT BARK WHO DOES NOT CRAP in public? He just doesn't he go. He craps in the backyard. That's it. He barked in he crapped in public and I could tell he was scared as you sitting there. Blood coming out of his head. Afraid. That lifted this dog that was covered in in in in blood in the hasn't crap ornament at lifting and take him to the car all while trying not to fight get into an argument with the reckless dog owner I was ticked off. And I felt like I did not protect them. I've felt like thousand moment where I felt like he was. Like he was mining, he wasn't my child. I don't believe the dogs and pets are children people say, Hey, dad you know no, he's not. My son, he's not my daughter. He is my pet I. Love Him. I. Love Him regardless I I. Love Him as a pet. He's not my son He's not my daughter. I. Don't get anything back for him on my taxes. He's not a dependent none of that. He Cyst my pet that I love. And so to To the vet. And in that, put a cone around his head and everything they they reattached his ear and we took them home. My kids got to see that does big PAPI was really big baby. And Him getting injured. Almost. Him Him being injured. Made Them. See the he wasn't vicious that that that he wasn't the attacker he was love walk around eat doritos each chicken. And that's all he wanted to do. My dog is huge men my dog. I've a huge dog when I walk him in. Night? It almost looks like a walk like a Baby Lion Mike. He has that he's very long is ease golden He has golden far now and he looks like a line this the way he moves and and he's powerful. He strong. He's very strong when he eats bone them he just he just goes fort that bone is done. He's powerful his powerful jaws he he's very, he is incredible speed. I I used to believe that I could beat him in a race, but he has a different gear than what I do. But. He's just a baby. He's. He's a big. PAPI. And yet when people see him, they are instantly afraid. They're afraid. Of. Milo. People Cross, the street. People Outta Matichon. I've heard them say. Don't go over there. He he's an attack dog he's going to hurt you. When my dog was attacked the dog park. Some people said, well, you know he probably started he didn't. He didn't do anything to provoke an attack. He was just a fact. You assume because he's big. You assume because you fear him. But he did something. Worth being attacked. Worth being bloodied. Worth being mistreated. If. Milo. was a fourth of his size or or Twenty five pounds. People within Qisas sweetest dog ever. Instead people cross the street. People, Mutter things about him. People talk about them in an even spaces in which yes. I. Hear I'm sure you can hear him though he doesn't understand what they're saying. He cried pickup on their body language. So And I hate it. As a dog owner. I hate men like Yo don't talk about my dog. That's disrespectful. The snacks shows a lot about. Your heart. What you perceive as as danger. And listen. Let's be real about this. The fact that he has a big black owner does not help him. Yes. I am big about six foot one. Yes I am black on about midnight black he yes. I'm his owner. In southern, we both walk around we both get the same. Stairs. When we go to the dog park, we get the same stairs, the look that we're both. Dangerous. The loop that were both going to attack The look that were both out of control. I can't tell you how many times go to the dog park and people like whose dog assistant an all he joins his running around. I can't tell you how many times I go to the park, which is one reasons why stop going. In my low my big. Dog Milos getting. Bit By smaller dogs. And people think is funny. People think of skew. Enjoy to see him run around in run for cover. But. If he were to snap back. It will be a problem. If he would attack back. It would be a huge issue because he's bigger. because. His size people assume that he can handle it that he should be handed. Sound familiar. You know I. Don't like equating humanism pets of humans and animals. But I'm glad that I have my dog because. In this, in this American life in this sort of experience that that we both share as as owner as patent owner spent human. I understand man when when people look at him and in they see other dogs attack him. Because of his size because of his perceived threat. I can relate. I can relate man I as a black man in America, I can relate that debt. But people see me they feel like I provoke attack. Foggier pulled over. I provoked it. I must've done something. Yeah I did something I don't know they don't know what I did, but I would have had to do something or it would not happen to me. Or? Let's say if I didn't do something on big enough to handle it. Should roll off my back. When people attack me. If I were to attack them in the same manner in the same manner. I would be looked at as being vicious. Out of control. I will be the one that society wants to put down literally. Kill, shooting Q.. If my dog were attack the dogs in the way that that he gets you know attacked and things like that. You know. He would be. He would be asked to be put down probably had to be put down. Seriously he will have to die. Because he's because of this is because of his. People's fears because of people's stereotypes. My Dog. I tell people they don't believe me like he doesn't even bark man I mean then bring that back. He only barks if he sees squirrels. He's afraid of the dark. He likes to play this game where he Catches the ball. He runs around football he wants he wants to play tag essentially. He he's not vicious not in him. In I hate having to explain that to people but at the same time. People feel like I need explained. Those same qualities about myself to them. Yom Not vicious. I'm not gonNA bite you. Match a harm you or not China attack you just I'm just trying to live. Shona Sean Harrison Funds China. Smile. I'm. Not. A threat there should be cute. I'm not a person that should be mistreated. I don't WanNa hear your words of of hate. I don't WanNa feel your mistreatment. I don't WanNa. Censure looks. Your discussed your disdain. I WANNA. Fill any that. By get it every single day. When I? Walk. Milo man as it's Is empowering is a connection. Is like you know, I'm a Big Star Wars Fan. It's like I am Han Solo. He's he's my chewy. He's much who Hubadoo. smaroni dog. That's my dog. Literally that's my. That's my dog. And sometimes, we get on each other's nerves. But all the time we have each other's back. The unconditional. Love that Milo shows me each and every day. Is Amazing. I've learned so much from having a dog. Learned I've learned how? To lead the way, he leads the children. Mike my kids the way he leads him Shepardson in cares he looks at them like. He looks at them probably like like they're his siblings. In the way he cares for my son and my daughter and just allows my daughter does he get in his face and lay down on an and he's ninety eight pounds she may be forty two pounds and in in yet. He listens a He protects and he just wants her love. My son who is not I mean if he's fifty four pounds that would be an achievement. You know it the way that Milo listens to him and and. Though he stronger than all of us. He just wants to be around us. Good days bad days he just wants to be. Around us. He, just wants to have fun. He just wants to live. I. Have. The perfect. Dog For me. In, this society Yes for both looked at his threats. Yes. Were both looked at as as dangerous. But. When Walk Together we walk. Strong. Walken strength. We walk with the connection? We walk with With courage. and. So if you ever see me what with my? Ninety, eight pound. Puppy. Don't cross the street. Don't say things about. If you see me don't cross the street. Don't say things about me. Don't believe the hype that we're. Both vicious were both on the attack. Were both just walking. China make through life trying to get some foo. Trying, to enjoy the weather. and. Is Be in the midst of of each other's existence at anybody say anything. Let me know. That's my dog. That's it. Ladies and gentlemen the journeys over.

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What is a national dish?

Correspondents Report

05:59 min | 1 year ago

What is a national dish?

"Now what is a national dish the UN committee that read just as intangible cultural heritage that can include food has held its annual mating. This week one nomination of the consideration is Singapore's bid to list its famous horticulture. The tradition of eating straight foods from a diverse range injured backgrounds. But is it uniquely Singaporean. And in a world of globalization. Can any country like climb to any food is its own anymore one. Drink Lincoln regionally invented in Australia is being presented as Singaporean but Malaysia drinks more of it. And it's been on Malaysian Menus even longer Southeast Asia correspondent respondent and Baka reports. We learned in ourselves. And the thank you. I'm sitting in a cafe in Jakarta and I've just ordered a Milo dinosaur. It's a drink. That's ubiquitous in Southeast Asia. Not so much Indonesia. In fact I haven't seen it on so many menus here but it's huge in Singapore and Malaysia. And here it comes. It looks good. Although it doesn't exactly look like a dinosaur it's really just a normal drink of Milo with the mound of the chocolate powder on talk. If you add a scoop of ice cream it becomes a Milo Godzilla two scoops and it's a Milo King Kong else seems to have come about in coffee shops seeing Paul sometimes united nine hundred ninety s Jeffrey Pakistan. Singapore historian knows. Virtually everything everything there is to know about the Milo. Dinosaur are the reason why was he was because in the ninety s we had a aww movies of insurance you unleash at will be buses. Include traffic the remaining Calling two thousand five. It was called the Chemo. Nineteen is for these sorts of monsters. Were very much in pilot. It's so ubiquitous. In fact the chocolate drink has become more than food. It's infused Singaporean. Culture itself whereas e pubs might serve a towel or yod glass after a sporting match Singaporeans. A more likely to order a Milo tower a giant glass of the sugary drinks. That comes comes with its own tap and can sell a twenty almost Singapore dollars. There's even a local pop group in Singapore. That takes sits name from the drink. Of course Marlowe itself was invented in Australia in the nineteen thirties. Jeez biochemical engineer at Thomas. Main on the northern New South Wales coast. But it's become a cultural institution in Singapore so much so that Jeffrey Jeffrey Pakistan recently wrote an eleven page research paper on the Milo dinosaur as part of an ongoing national history of Singapore's culinary heritage. I gave it obviously a national museum. This and I think what is composed fault. You talk when I Whether they should be did they already sessional. Lesion is all that US. Jeffrey Pakistan says some Singaporeans would support the Milo Donoso's inclusion on UNESCO's register of intangible cultural heritage which the aims to protect the world's living traditions that contribute to social cohesion and encourage a sense of identity. The register already includes Indonesian bodyg- AAC Wayang puppet culture and Malaysia's Don Dang Syang musical tradition but nothing from Singapore earlier this year Singapore nominated. It's famous famous. Hawker Culture for inclusion to recognize the significance of its street food tradition to the national identity. The Jeffrey Pack Yam acknowledges it's not unique unique to Singapore most of our most famous dishes. for instance presumably one when countries society in fact wanted as many different routes comfortable citation as well not surprisingly. Singapore's nomination has upset set many Malaysians. who see their own? Hawker cultures far superior in the same way too many Malaysian see the Milo dinosaurs. Their culinary creation nation not Singapore's on the grounds that was popular in Malaysia along before Singaporeans discovered it and that Malaysians consume the drink in far bigger volumes then. Singapore situation of net should be joining nominations of if national governments governance Because at the end of the day historically most of cuisines and food tonight all most UTAH. Studio offered us into less said the food tensions. Don't stop there. Jeffrey Pakistan points to the competing claims in Singapore and Malaysia for ownership or mastery at least of dishes like Chilli Crab Channel. Rendong even Hainanese chicken chicken. Which appear in national inventories of several countries. Though branding and industrialisation he says complicate questions about food ownership and I know how the relevance UNESCO Committee that will assess Singapore's nomination for Hawker Culture has held its annual meeting only this week though Singapore's the nomination won't be assessed till next year and Baka reporting there with a Milo dinosaur in hand.

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487: How To Do A Proper Follow-Up Call - David Milo

Daily Sales Tips

04:25 min | 6 months ago

487: How To Do A Proper Follow-Up Call - David Milo

"You're listening to daily sales tips. Podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from David. Milo David is the head of sales at Sauna a startup based here in Austin. Here he is. Hey everyone this is David Milo with your daily sales tip so today. I'm going to be covering the proper structure to do a callback or a follow up call as an SDR account executive. It's amazing to me that a third to half of the calls that you're making on a daily basis schedule an appointment are going to be followed calls the other half or so are going to be your fresh Diaz. But what so interesting about this. Is that most sales organizations. Don't ever actually trained on how to do a proper follow-up so let me give you five very simple key steps to make you a better more effective cold caller to turn more follow calls into points so step. Number one is released simple. Just reintroduce yourself you know your name where you're calling from step to buy time from your prospect purchase time from your what. I mean by this is. Sales is a game of seconds riot just like football game of inches sales of the game of seconds. So you can use a buying time statement for example. I understand. You're busy. Were I'll get straight to the point or hey I might have caught in the middle of something so I'll be brief anything that allows you to gain some more seconds or gained some more time for you to continue to speak step three recap the conversation and reiterate the need so it might have been a week two weeks or even more since you last spoke. Hopefully you've taken some really good notes in that first phone. Call that you had a really good chance that your prospect is not remember at all who you are what you're calling about. And they don't remember why they were even interested enough in the first place to let you not call them back. So some good things you can do to recap that conversation remind them. When did you last speak? Was there a specific reason? Why prospect didn't have time. What were the hot buttons that your prospect brought up? And what were the pain? Points that your prospect brought up on that phone call hopefully again make sure take good notes. The more detailed you can go into these follow up calls the better off you're going to be. You will be seen as more professional person for taking good notes in bringing that up. Step FOUR IS PROVIDE VALUE PROPS. Whatever your value propositions are for the product or service that you are selling. Is it cost savings? Is it better? Technology is whatever you're selling it'll be more effective or efficient is going to provide a better. Roi Whatever product or service. You're selling whatever your value propositions are. Give your prospect a quick twenty to thirty second elevator pitch as a reminder because again more often than not your prospect will not have remember who you were and what it was that they were interested in the first place. So do them in yourself a favor give him a quick elevator pitch in a reminder for why they were interested in the first place and step five. The final step is the assumption close. This just means to progress the phone call forward so this be any number of things progress in the phone call forward could mean that you start to ask some discovery questions so you can start to dig in pain points which will allow progress that phone call to a scheduled appointment or talk past the appointment and go right into the clothes in getting a date and time for your meeting so again. Five steps number one. Introduce yourself number to use some buying time statements number three recap the conversation and reiterate the need step four is provide a high level quick. Hit of the value props that you have to offer and then step five. Some close hope. This was helpful. If you have any questions please feel free to leave him in the comments. Thank you. You'll find the link to connect with David on linked in about Sauna at daily sales dot tips forward slash four eighty seven one. You've checked that out. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening.

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479: Top 6 Tips from the Last 6 Months: #2

Daily Sales Tips

04:24 min | 7 months ago

479: Top 6 Tips from the Last 6 Months: #2

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram. We're almost through with our countdown of top six tips from the last six months. Here's number two. You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from David. Milo David is the current head of sales at Sauna a startup based here in Austin that sought ten x growth last year. Here he is. Hey everyone this is. David Milo with your daily sales tip. I'm going to be covering objection handling and giving you six key. Steps to getting over any objection. Objection handling one of those lost arts that I see among SDR's and account executives so if you're having some difficulties setting those appointments or getting deals right across the line following these steps will definitely make an impact on your commission and on how well you do so step one. Listen just listen to your prospect right. There's a lot of bad feelings in bad emotions that you're that you're prospect is having you've gotta let them get that out of their system. Another great reason for listening is your uncovering more and more objections. Brian Tracy says that the best sales people questioned skillfully in listen carefully. So make sure. You're listening to your prospect number to empathize empathize with your prospects. You've got to be able to lower their walls. Make them a little bit. More to hearing what you're gonNA say when someone gives you know. Their walls are very very high. They're constrained their emotions are tight right. You've got to be able to empathize with someone and the more tailored that you can make that the better off. You're going to be step. Three goes hand in hand with empathizing with your prospect. That's for lading so making sure that your prospect knows that. They're not alone that they're not the first person that have had the objections or feelings that they have. You've got to convey to them that you have worked with other prospects just like them. Help them overcome their objections and that they've become great clients of your step for our softening language statements so starting language statements are Ganic. Great Way to continue to lower walls. There are a great way to set up. What you're about to say next picture about to hit your prospect with some logic. That's going to overcome their objection. But you've got to soften the blow just a little bit so some good examples of softening language statements are. Here's my thought process. I could be wrong here. I might be way off base so great thing you can do also combined softening language statements for example. Here's my thought process. I could be way off base here but so softening. Language statements are great. Step Five. You're now finally into getting into your logic. It's your point. It's that one or two or three things that you have in your bag to overcome that objection. The interesting thing is though there's four steps that go before your logic and it's critical as a salesperson. You'VE GOT TO BE PATIENT. You already know the answer. Whatever objection you're getting from your prospect. You've probably heard it a million times and you know exactly how to respond but hitting them with your logic to early isn't going to help you out because you haven't opened up their ears to listen to you. So step five. Only after listening only after empathizing after relating and after using softening language. Statements is now your logic. Once you've given your logic step six. The final step is closing progress and move the phone call forward. I hope this helps try practices in your daily sales life. And I'm sure they're gonNA have a big impact on your commission. Thanks you'll find a link to connect with David on Lincoln at daily sales dot tips forward slash three sixty three and on that page. You'll also find a link to sauna where they're actively growing their headcount and looking the higher for marketing sales operations and support positions. Definitely worth checking out if you're looking to ride a rocket ship again. Those links are at daily sales dot tips forward slash three sixty three. Then be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tap.

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The Milo Controversy

Part of the Problem

1:34:51 hr | 1 year ago

The Milo Controversy

"We need to roll back the state, we've star on all of our citizens prisoners flooded with non violent drug offenders. If you wanna know who America's next enemy is look at were funding right now. Everything one of problems are resulted government way too. Yes. Hello. Hello, greetings, and salutations. Welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. I am. Of course, the most consistent motherfucker you know, Dave Smith the truth. The voice in Seoul of liberty the big picture, and I'm joined by as always excuse me. Never said I was a perfect wordsmith. I'm joined as always by the king of the Cox the fire Robbie Bernstein. How are you, sir? Doing. Well, man, it's good to see you happy Memorial Day. I know this is a big day for you. You, you celebrate. All those people who have died for Jewish interests abroad. And that's that means a lot union family, always, they did things for us. Yeah. They really pay tributes. Is it not worth sacrificing one of your eight fat kids for the survival of Israel? Yeah. I mean come on priorities people and these non Jews are expendable. So it's a good. A good trade. Yeah. Even if you Jews are expendable I think one for every nine non Jews. I dunno. It's in the Tomlin anyway, welcome to the brand new episode. Everybody we, we've got a lot of stuff to get into tonight. And I have to start with all of the controversy that's been afloat over the legion of skanks the, you know, a podcast that let's just say, and I don't mean this to insult my own show at all legion of skanks is one of the things that I'm most proud of in my comedy career, this is a show that we started. I, I mean, we may have recorded the first episode on a fuck in cellphone, if Bobby Kelly hadn't given us his old equipment that he wasn't using anymore. We used to record it in Lewis's tiny apartment, where he was living with, like, his, his girlfriend and a dog like. Conceive James, just trying. It wasn't even he wasn't even thinking about James when we first started leading gangs. In fact, the fucking I think the episode that he found out. I think one of the first, like five episodes was episode where he found out. Beatrice was pregnant, and he doesn't mention it on the show. But if you listen to the show Lewis acting like a real cut the whole time he was stressed out, and by the next episode manner chain down, so she couldn't aboard it. He was an early antiabortion. She was every, every few minutes, you'd get in there and be would like wrestled a hanger out of the closet. Yeah. No, no Beatrice put it down. Anyway. I love legion gangs. We built it up from absolutely nothing being this huge platform that being said, if you take legion of skanks very seriously, you may have an empty life. It's, it's possible that maybe you need a little bit. That's been my predominant source for news and philosophy. And for just generally understanding, how men should live his life, by the way, leading skanks better news source than most mainstream media outlets. But that's more comment on the news than it is, on legion of skanks. Anyway, if you guys don't know what's going on. What, what the controversy has been over the last week or so. I don't know. I don't know how to sum it up, so more or less. We invited a gay guy on the show, and then a bunch of faggots online lost their goddamn mines about it. So. Milo Yiannopoulos is the guest on legion of skanks tonight. It will be at an undisclosed location. It will not be at the creek and McCabe and it will be it'll be aired right here. You can watch it live for free at gas, digital network dot com at nine thirty and tune in because this is a cool location. We've never been there before we had to get a secure bunker related to get a place at the fans couldn't find. So if for nothing else just tune into a different setting. Yeah very good. So there is. But I'll tell you it. It's been a really crazy thing to watch this all unfold over the last the last week or so. And look. I am obviously, I'm the most interested in politics at of the skanks. I'm the most political of person on the show. Lewis, j are not guys who really exist in the world of politics and it's funny because our last episode we had Michael Malegaon, and he was talking about his new book, the new, right a journey, the fringe of American politics, which highly recommend go pick up a copy. And one of the points that he makes over and over again, in the book, is that the left is essentially in evangelical religious movement, that is hell bent on dominating every aspect of life that they are totalitarian religious movement and it's funny to see litter in the week after we had him on or during the last week, where people like Jay and Lewis were not political at all, are it's almost as if the left forces you into a somewhat political world. And then you have to choose sides and you could be ninety percent in agreement with them. Doesn't matter. You're not see your Nazi unless you're one hundred percent agreement with them. And by the way, you also have to agree to not speak to anybody who's been excommunicated and, and Milo would be one of these people who I guess, has been excommunicated from from there. Their religion, I think Jay's wardrobe would be fun for Nazis, like if they were gonna take on new uniform. I could see that work for them chain while it's the big short side. No man, I mean, I got a lot of criticisms of Nazis, but I was the uniforms were pretty point. Yeah. They needed any improvement in that direction, I think, Hitler's up there with knuckle gloves fucking Yellen away. Nine nine nine. I just don't get stuck in the chain while trying to hail that's genuinely dangerous. You got executed for that shit, not just can't be risking not being able to hail real quickly, so anyway, so Lewis j are not super political people, I probably I would venture to say that I know more about Milo and also just in general, like the state of. The kind of politics in America, whatever than than Louis j do. Say I was I was a bit surprised that the reaction was this intense now I knew. That obviously Milos very controversial figure. But truthfully speaking mile, this is like all the stuff basically with him. I think went down in two thousand sixteen. It's two thousand nineteen now this is this is years old. I didn't think it would really be that big of a deal that, that Milo was coming on the podcast. I thought that we'd get some tweets about it. We'd get somebody some pushback from open mic owners who are left wing at the creek in the cave. But, you know, one like golden rule of life that applies to every single aspect of life. Is that whatever open mic? Comedians, think doesn't matter. It just doesn't matter. It doesn't matter to anything. You're literally if you're by O says comedian, and you work a day job and you have one hundred sixty followers on Twitter, just know your opinion means nothing. It doesn't mean anything. That whether you have a good opinion or a bad opinion. It is completely irrelevant. Nobody cares. So it's like who care, I didn't think, and maybe this is because I almost like I exist in a logical framework, and I, maybe I project that too much onto other groups but I would just think that, you know, Milo was the big bad wolf. But this was like before Charlottesville before, like people saw, like who the real white nationalist. And those guys were and I just would have figured they would have moved on to other targets by now. And you know, they did a lot of damage to my lows career. So who cares, like I, I did not think it would be such a huge fucking thing, where, you know, whatever. All these people are so upset, because we, we dare to fucking have a guy on the podcast, whose views you disagree with. So it got announced that Milo was going to be on the podcast in the same way that we always announce our guests and. It right away. A lot like what happened was a lot of people started, you know, just getting flooded with tweets about how you're giving a Nazi a platform, your hate speech needs to be deployed formed, basically all the most boring. Just repetitive. Regurgitating the dogma of this bullshit, religion that is social Justice warrior ISM. I, I don't even know what to say, but it's we started getting a lot of what I must say that I was surprised by was the amount of comedians. And again comedians in air quotes, let's just say like this, right? If you. There's a weird thing with in the comedy world. Everybody who's a comedian has been there is that when you start doing stand up comedy, you call yourself a comedian, like that's kind of your title. Now, Jerry Seinfeld wrote, a great piece about this in, in, in this book called I killed and he wrote the forward and he said, being comedians like one of those jobs. We're just day one. I guess I'm a comedian and he compared it's being a pirate like when you're a pirate, you're just like pirate, you know, like if you're if you're a surgeon, you go to school you go. You know, there's a whole process, but with being pirates day one, you're a pirate and being a comedian since day one your comedian. So there's always people who kind of call themselves comedians now but there's way more than ever before. This may not sign films being there's way more than there's ever been before. And there's just not that many positions available. There's way more people applying for the position than there are actually positions available. So there are all of these people who call themselves comed-. Jeans, but really, they do an open mic once a week and they have some fucking job. They're not actually professional comedians, but they all were weighing in with a pinions, and then some people who are actually professional comedians are just I don't know. Weak minded people or something like that. We're all were tweeting me and Louis j and all this stuff. And then some people who are, like, I don't know how to say it comedy, adjacent like a few of these chicks. I don't even know exactly what they do. They kind of hang around comedy, one of them was a producer on Adam verse or Adam destroys everything. Not sorry. Confuse it with Adam destroys everything and good ideas. Yeah. That's right. You know, like the Joe Rogan podcast, did you see him on there? So she's a producer on the guy who went on and just got fucking barest when for the first time he was met with some pushback on any of his insane ideas. But anyway, so a lot of these people have been tweeting us and they're very upset. And what happened immediately was. They went to start pressuring Rebecca and Rebecca, you don't know, is the, the proprietor of the creek in the cave. And she's somebody who's been very good to us and to a lot of different comedians, and somebody who I have a special place in my heart for who's always. Just been very good to me throughout my career in comedy, and I very much appreciate Rebecca for all of that stuff. But right away, they started targeting her, and threatening boycotts. And anyway, to me, as if you followed my Twitter feed, you could have seen. I really have. I can't even put into words how little respect I have said, I there's no group I have less respect for then comedians who get their panties up a bunch about someone saying offensive things, I mean, this is, and let's just get real like you guys are all full of shit every one of you guys who and I hope some of you listen to this, you're all full of shit. All you guys who are like, oh, you know, myla's said offensive things or he's, he's a heeds. Speaks hate speech, and that's why he can't be on legion of skanks. It's like have you listened to any of our podcasts? Okay. So how about we just had David tell on recently, David tells made nigger jokes, midget, jokes, faggot jokes, all things. You could think of where you guys have the balls to protest him Ohno. You don't care to protest him. Right. 'cause it's not about making jokes about saying the wrong thing. It's that Milo doesn't share your politics. That's what this is all about. None of you guys give fuck about having like anybody. If Milo shared your politics, you would love him, you would love him because he's an outspoken gay guy who makes people laugh and makes people feel embarrassed. You would love having that guy on your team in a second. It's just that he has the wrong politics. And guess what? I don't share your politics. So I'm not gonna play by your rules. Here's the thing, that's funny. Is that I get so much shit from these same people. That will say. They'll say things about me like they'll be like, you know, Dave is Dave a Republican. He just won't admit it. You know, this is the criticism. They make of libertarians they go. You're basically a Republican you. You're just too embarrassed to admit your Republican, and own it. And so you, you go this libertarian route or something like that. And it's like, oh, okay. Yeah. Sure. I'm a right wing Republican who just happens to hate the military in the cops, you know, they're fucking religion like literally that's that is the right wing version of their religion that you're not allowed to speak ill of, is the cops in the military, and I've been saying for my entire podcasting career, especially my entire career and political commentary. Fuck those two groups of people I actually think there they do more damage than anybody else. Now not to say there are some good ones. Particularly in the military. Who you know, give money to antiwar causes, and don't want to be caught up in that bullshit. But I'm like, not at all supporter of the military or the cops. I've been consistent on that, my you know. For over a decade. So shirt. Yeah. I'm just a Republican whatever I'm just a Trump supporter. I've heard this before you know. I mean, sure I'm advocating that he be impeached and locked up for prosecuted for war crimes, but I guess that's just your classic Trump supporter move. It's like here's the thing, right? I actually hate the left-wing and the right wing in America, I find both of them. There are things they believe in that. I think are horrible like both of them. But the reason why you guys think I'm more of a right winger is because of this, this is how much these lefties fuck and suck. Like just tell me, maybe I'm wrong, honest question. But rob, can you actually imagine could you imagine any scenario? Of a left wing guy. Let's say we had a left wing guy on legion of skanks like a real left-wing. I mean I don't know think of the guests we've had on. I mean, we had Jamie kill Stein on the show. But let's say we had Jamie Kelsey non at the height of his social Justice warrior leftist, period. We had those the girls from guys we fucked like, the they're like superfeminist checks, but I mean, imagine any other left-wing person who we had on, can you? Imagine a bunch of right wingers, boycotting the creek threatening to show up throw milkshakes at us. Can can you imagine that happening? I, I'm not asking you a genuine question has that ever happened anywhere ever? So if you guys are out there like why does Dave criticize the left more than the right it's because of you? You're the reason why because of bitches like you just just the most Sheild est childish bitch shit. I could imagine. I mean to the point that they have no sense of irony there, actually talking about throwing milkshakes. Like what grown man is pissed off at another, man. And that's that's where they go. I'm gonna throw a milkshake on. Okay. Get creamed. Yeah. Really like this. I mean, this is you could expect better behavior out of an eight year old if like an eight year old boy was, like, I'm going to go through a milkshake on someone. I'd like you'd be like be a man. That's what you would tell that eight year old boy you you'd be like, either. Like, I don't know maybe challenge them to fight or something, what are you doing your eight or maybe like talk to them? Also milkshakes are expensive. It doesn't even make a lot of sense. Yeah. Gonna store. Wait in line. Get where you're gonna have to get to. 'cause they're going to eat one in route. You're not just gonna go pick. It's got to be really unsatisfying by milkshake. Not take one sip and throw it. Yeah. They're getting a few sips. That'd be Larry's. It's all fat us, and they show up like fuck. We finished our milkshakes. Yeah. That'd be great. Well, look. I mean, here's the truth me. Louis j are probably not the guys to throw a milkshake at and think everything's gonna be okay like what we're just going to be like. Oh, no, they threw a milkshake at me. I feel so embarrassed. Forget me I'm not even trying to link on some tough guy. I'm not a fucking. I don't know. I'm gonna dolt man. So, yes. If you throw a milkshake on me, you're probably expect to confrontation after that. But just forget me take me out of the equation. Do you think you're gonna throw a milkshake at Louis j Goma's? Why? And that's just going to be like, oh, yeah. Okay. That just happened. You think there's not going to be an altercation after that? You think you're going to waste perfectly good milkshake in front of big J, O, Carson. And there's not gonna be an altercation after that against his religion. But in all seriousness though, I mean big j will flatten somebody if they came to. So now what's going on? Right. Is that? And this is the craziness is that these, these guys who have like a big knockout whining hook. It's definitely not a straight. It's like an uppercut uppercut and move. They will grow up. Jay is a very boxer. Oh on. Oppor on you. He'll he'll go grab your arms throw an uppercut or he might thrown overhand. But Jay Jay is very strong. He's actually a lot stronger than you would think jazz like grapple around with Jay. Even though he's real big dude. And you're like no big freakishly strong because he good hitting movement. But with a big winding hook, that's where I seem knocking people out quite possibly. But it really you know, let me just say this, because I've got a lot of thoughts on this, and I don't wanna get too out of order. Let me say this to the fucking comedians out there, the in quote marks comedians at their who have been talking shit to legion of skanks is threatening to boycott the creek in the cave, just know like we all see you. We see what you're doing. It's fucking pathetic. And like, don't think you're not going to run into us at some point, and this isn't a threat like you're gonna run into I'm gonna beat the shit out of you. This is like I'm gonna fucking embarrassed. Hugh verbally the next time I can see you. And then there's another group a subgroup after that the ones who are fucking advocating, people bring milkshakes to the show, which this is the new thing of the left. I mean do you guys own mirrors at home like take a look in one what a bitch, you are. You're advocating throwing milkshakes at people anyway for you guys that straight, that is that is an assault, and you're advocating people assault me, my friends, and the guests on my show that might be a whole different situation when we can run into you. And by the way, there was already one of these guys who had to deal with a situation like that last night. I'll just leave it at that. But he knows who he is. And he walked away looking at as fuck and feet not feeling great about himself. So anyway, what another thing that I've seen people doing I've seen comedians doing this is that they tagged. They started. Tagging antiga New York chapter in their tweets. Like to bring in the fuck in the arm. Army of bitches behind them, so that now they're trying to create a situation where people are going to show up with things to throw it us at the creek and these anti fa guys these, these fucking gender. Studies majors who throw fucking black mask on their face and show up with the fuck in padlock or whatever. And they're going to get into something, they're gonna show up to all because we're having Milo on our show. Now, I see the arguments themselves that these people are making are almost too stupid to even combat. Like I saw one person, you know, and this has come up quite a bit. But that they say that the creek is an inclusive venue. And this is why we can't have Milo there, which I mean they just unrelentingly will be like we want. We want this to be an exclusive inclusive venue. So we have to exclude this guy to be inclusive, like, okay. The, the other thing that, you know, is that his, his speech is dangerous. That's the argument that the Milo of the Milo speeches is going to threaten somebody. So in other we have to deep platform this hate speech because this could lead to violence, and I remember some of those speeches. He gave two years ago before they basically got rid of, you know, all of speaking gigs. Those those turned out terribly. I mean horrible things people melted in those audience. Yeah. Things that were problems at some of the speeches because these anti fa motherfuckers would show up and try to cause all these problems. Look man. Here's a thing if you want to say that there is dangerous speech or there are some of these people like you wanna say Milo is so racist and horrible that his you know, he he's going to him. Speaking is going to lead to the possibility of violence. It's like okay. So that's your starting point. All right. So even if I were to accept that what is calling everyone you disagree with the Nazi. What does that lead to? I mean, do you not think that provokes a certain degree of violence that anybody who you just don't like is now a Nazi look to call? I've watched a good amount of Milo videos, back in the day, you know, around two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen when he was getting big. I've read a few of his pieces when he was writing at Breitbart dot com. I disagree with him on, on a fair amount of stuff. But truthfully speaking, most of the things I disagree with Milo on was just like that. He was far too moderate, and really. Was kind of like even though he was like flamboyant, and Laird, and, like, provocative, he'd kind of come back to his actual positions just being a typical Republican, and he was like a big fan of Rudy Giuliani. That's kind of my beef with Milo. It was like, if you're going to be this dangerous radical be radical, like actually stand for something different, but to argue that Milo is a racist. Is a pretty difficult argument to make in my opinion. I mean first of all, I know this isn't mean anything to the left anymore, but he is married to a black dude. That still for me. And you and people who still exist in the plane of sanity that, that kind of indicates, you're probably not that big of a racist, if you're acted bang in a black dude, you're probably don't hate black people. But this is literally where people are at that I've seen, because I've been following stuff inside of you quite quarterly. So I mean, at least I don't know who's inside a who. But that's my guess, so there is a watching these people on Twitter and stuff. It's really funny where they'll be like, you know, they're like, well, that doesn't matter. It doesn't matter even if you marry a black that doesn't mean you're not racist obvious. They really believe in love, and they know that he raised, but it was this one guy, so special. So anyway, it's it really is something. But this is like they'll go. You know, like, when the proud boys were getting accused of being Nazis and the response that a lot of them had was, they'd be like, but we have like black members and Latino members and all this, and they'd be like that doesn't mean anything they can be Nazis to all. And this is like the new thing where you're kind of, like I don't even know how to wrap my head around it. You're like so you're saying Nazis are this big problem. But they've gotten pretty inclusive over the years and they don't hate minorities anymore. So, like, which one is it? 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You get your first order free. You just have to pay five dollars for shipping. So it's great deal. A great product start having some better sex enjoy life. More Baluchi dot com. All right. Let's get back into the show. So there's this spectrum between the worst shit that's ever existed and something anybody could be guilty of, and so you just hear the word and it's brilliant propaganda because it almost empl. Is the worst thing ever. But then they can label anybody. They want to be racist. Okay, if you're talking about the worst Shet the reason why the word is repugnant to most decent people. You're talking about the really really bad stuff being married to a black dude, kind of eliminates all of that. So if you mean racist like he's politically incorrect. He's been critical of black lives matter, like, okay, I guess, maybe you could level that at him for most reasonable people, I think you'd have a pretty hard time making a convincing argument. That Milo is a racist to say that Milo is a Nazi is fucking insane, just insane. And I don't know what else to say about that. There is nobody I will put this open invite to anybody who wants to come in on part of the problem and have this conversation with me have this debate with me, if you think you can argue that Milo is a Nazi come in and argue that with me. It's just insane. And this is from a guy who disagrees with them on a bunch of stuff that he said, I wasn't a Trump supporter. He was a huge Trump supporter. We have lots of disagreements again for the people on the fucking left. Right. Here's the indifference. I have lots of lots of disagreements with Milo. I, I don't know. Exactly. But I bet we have major profound differences, like he's a Trump supporter. I'm an anarchist. My guess would be he supports the military. I don't my guess would be he's, he's in favor of Rudy Giuliani. I bet he's a real cop lover. I'm not really major differences. Guess what we're going to sit down tonight and do a podcast. We're gonna laugh, we're going to have a good time. And I bet you will leave fucking like we're cool. That's the difference between him. And you guys I have disagreements with you guys. It's like well, you're a Nazi then or as I've been told recently, I'm a Nazi sympathizer. There's another angle, by the way. If you wanna play this whole game of being offended by words like someone said something, that's so offensive, which is really what you're playing. That's all that Milos done is he's said some. Things that you find -fensive like, okay, fine. Well. At the risk of almost sounding like one of these left-wingers like I don't wanna get too much into playing their game. But let's be fair. There are some things that are actually really offensive to say, like I'm not against that. I I've never seen my low actually do any of that shit. But like I could imagine a certain thing, like if there was some, some white guy who walked up, whatever walk down the street and saw a black guy and was like go go pick my cotton nigger and some left, he was like that is so offensive. I'd be like absolutely, yes. That is a horrible thing to say to a black guy. And I'm sure there's other examples of things too. But, like that's just that's a horrible thing to say to somebody. So there are some things that I think it's like appropriate to be offended by that. Let me say this, calling me a Nazi sympathizer. Somebody whose family was slaughtered, by Nazis, pretty goddamn offensive thing to fuck and say, and you will just throw it out, willy nilly, like whatever. It doesn't matter. I'm just repeating the pop. Our political talking points that are completely safe that won't get me in trouble. Well, you will just say the most profoundly offensive thing. Somebody me who's a Jew of German descent, whose family kind of got fucked over by the Nazis literally my grandfather's, the only one who made it out alive. The rest were all slaughtered, whatever I don't like to play this chord lot because I don't really like it's not really relevant because what they're saying isn't even real Nazi is just a term for who you don't like. But just say that is way more offensive than anything that Milos ever said the idea that you would just use the term Nazi us something that real people suffered under for whatever you don't like I'll just vote, you know, one of the worst groups of people who have ever existed just to, to score some political points. That is so much more offensive than Milo Yannopoulos saying feminism is cancer, or whatever else, he said he told he told his story of. Having sex as a teenager with an adult man and said he didn't feel bad about it. Okay. If you shared your politics, you would say it's victim blaming to blame him for that situation right. It's just it's fucking insane. So the same the same group of people who will say that Milos words are so dangerous will now say that calling everybody disagree with a Nazi is okay. That's no big deal. And also throwing milkshakes at people is funny, somehow like that's just funny. You know, a lot of people that I've seen online have made the point, because they're actually, as argument, you really can't believe it. But again, I've said this many times before, if social Justice warriors cared about being logically consistent, they wouldn't be social Justice warriors. So there's almost no point in even talking to them about that. But just for the same people who are listening, the same people who will argue that, you know, microaggressions are violence will also argue that throwing a milkshake at someone isn't violence. That's just fine. And a lot of people on Twitter have made the point where they've been like you know, there's people who have had like acid attack. Wchs. And when you're being attacked, you really have no idea, whether that's a milkshake or acid. You don't really know it kind of takes a second to see that, but. And it's a fair point. But leave that aside. If can throw a milkshake on somebody and just think that's okay. Like they're just going to take that tell you something. And I said, this is somebody who's committed to nonaggression if somebody throws a fuck and milkshake on somebody, and that guy beats them unrecognizable. I completely get it might be a little bit of overreaction. But I don't think anybody watching that video is going to be like, oh, no. That was, why would that guy do that? You're a grown man and you go and throw a milkshake on another man be prepared for fucking confrontation. So anyway, here's the thing, right? And this is like what it really comes down to is that the situation for all these people like Milos a Nazi, which is just fucking ridiculous. I really I really think it comes down to the fact that people have people used the term racist, so loosely that it holds no wait anymore. So now they have to go to Nazi. But it's just, you know, like I said, trying to argue that Milo is a racist difficult argument trying to argue that he's a Nazi is just downright stupid. I mean and it's just it's, it's so dumb. It's I don't even know why spending time responding to it. I guess just because it's been said, by so many people. But you're going to argue that it's dangerous to give this guy a platform. That's, that's what a lot of people are saying and. It's not as if we're plucking Milo out of obscurity, and giving a platform Milos a pretty big person, you know, he's been on Rogan. He's been on Bill Maher show. He's been on a bunch of big shows, so it's not as if we're creating my low, we're booking somebody who we think is an interesting, guess that's going to be a funny podcast because by the way, that's the agenda of legion of skanks, the only agenda that shows ever had is to put out a funny show. So you can say it's dangerous to give this guy platform. Here's what would have happened if none of these people had reacted the way they had, we would have had Milo on, we would have had what I'm assuming is going to be a really funny show. Maybe not a funny show. Maybe we all would have left friends, maybe we wouldn't have gotten along. Maybe it wouldn't have been great. My guess is would have been really funny. My guess is that the show tonight will be really funny. And that's that that's what would have happened. You guys have now started advocating that people boycott the creek in the cave, giving Rebecca all this shit putting her in a really shitty situation advocating that people show up to throw Milkins now play this out in your head. What are you going to happen, when people come in and start throwing shit at allegiance, gangs, podcast, the, it's going to lead to some type of physical altercation in which real problems are going to be caused. I saw these fuck and comedians like. There were there were comedians who are tagging as I said Antea on their tweets. Tortoise, if your one of these people who was tagging antifa, and you exist around the same scene that I exist in walk the other way, when you see me man, because it's going to be a real if you literally I don't think you understand it. You start tagging antiga this borderline terrorist organization to come down and start fucking harassing. Yeah, there's, there's antique a tweet about it. The New York antifa branch, these fucking losers. You start tagging them in it. You're saying you're basically, inviting men with fucking who wear, masks, and assault people to come down and storm, my fucking podcast, I'm just saying walk the other way when I folk and see you the next time because it's going to get really weird. And I remember exactly who these fucking people are who did that. So I'm just saying I'm not being like a dick. You're look. Man me Louis, j were all fathers. We got we all have kids, I got a baby girl, at home, and they're, you're creating a situation intentionally that is going to be a situation that, like just steer. Clear of me to all those people. Who are out there? So anyway, I, I don't even know what else to say on this, but it's so clear that you guys have created the situation that could really potentially turn into a violent situation. And so automatically I was glad that at Milo's request but contrary to what some people are fucking putting out there. It wasn't at the creek's request the, the creek requested that we moved the show, we said, no, we're not gonna move it and they accepted that. So we were going to do it there. No matter what. But Milo was like, look man. This has been like announced there's not enough security. We got up move this to a new location. And I think he's right about that probably it's best that we don't get into a fucking situation like we got kids and shit. We can't be out there, fucking getting these fights. But at the same time, by the way, as a father of a little girl, I also can't let her grow up in a world where some dude throws a fucking milkshake father, and our father doesn't beat the shit out of that guy. So it's a fucking difficult situation. You gotta, you know, it's like it's a balancing. Act. But it will be, you know, it'll be interesting to see how the podcast is received, I guess, at the end of all of this, I would just say, like. It really is a thing about the authoritarian mindset. Here's what you have to understand. You don't get to control. What other people say you don't get to you don't like Milo. That's fine. You don't get to control whether we have him on a podcast or not. We decided to have him on a podcast because we think it'll be a funny show. A lot of people were saying, oh, you're having on the show just to piss people off. It's like no, we're having on the show because we think it'll be funny. That's it. And if it pisses a lot of people off too bad deal with it. I think part of what it is with this creek people, and it's a little bit sad is that they have zero success in comedy. They're not. That funny, not that I have a ton of success in comedy, but that's not the point I'm trying to make they identify with the comedy scene. Yes. And so if the comedy scene itself isn't something that they feel like they can be proud of then they got rely density crisis, where it's like I just the only thing I have is that I'm a part of the scene that's it that they can claim to be a part of the scene. And if the scene has all sorts of things going on that they really don't like they don't have anything. So they're trying to police, your platform, so that the creek in the cave where they do an open mic is still a place. That's reflective of what they think is their comedy. But the real solution is go right? Better jokes. And actually, you know, do what you actually are trying to do, and find fulfilling because it's other things just I don't know. It's counterproductive for your own career, and it's just gross. Yeah. No look. I completely agree with you. And there's something that's really interesting about the New York comedy in that is very like. Like exactly what you just described. It's emblematic of that exact like you have this weird world. I followed Dave Chapelle at stand up, New York. When I was, I believe a year into comedy, maybe a year and a half into comedy. And just he just happened to drop in on the show I was doing. And then I went up after and this was like Dave chappelle lake right after the show. It was real fucking like it was insane. And lots of people have stories like that. And there's and I have no business being on the same show him like what was I? He's the biggest name in comedy like a just started doing comedy, but it was a fucking poster dog show as we used to call them Lewis produced and Chapelle dropped in and having to be at a big comedy club. And so that's the way things go and you have this in the comedy world in New York City, particularly, where there are people who are nothing at the absolute bottom there. Very close to people who are doing real things, and it's not, not as big a contrast is a year comedian, Dave L, but at the creek in the cave, you will have in open mic. That's coming in right after legion of skanks. So we'll be doing a show in this room that is broadcast to hundreds of thousands of people. And then after that some person who's been doing hominy for three months. We'll come into that same space and tell jokes, you know, and like there's something kind of beautiful about that. I kind of like it. It's, it's, it's, it's there's something cool about that. But then there's also something where like you said, there are these people who really now they've been doing comedy, three months year two years for years, whatever, and they have nothing and they identify as like creek comic, and I hang out at the creek and I do the mic there all the time. And then when this thing about skanks comes up there like will, you know, as a member of the creek community, and it starts to make them feel like they're a part of this bigger. Thing. And so it's almost like they want to get in on it, and you don't want to actually take a ballsy stance that might actually get you alienated or get in trouble. So you just take the, the, the easy stance of well, I don't think Nazis should have a platform like, you know, whatever you just kinda wanna feel like you're a part of this thing. I mean my first reaction when I actually saw that people were talking about boycotts and, and, you know, posting the map of the creek, and then where the nearest milkshake places, and all this stuff and, or is it the diner? Now there's a bet. There's places closer than the diner. Rob classic mistake you too far for your milkshakes. But when I first saw that, I mean, just as a human being forget, which, which we're all people first before whatever our politics, were people and my first thought, and maybe this is just because, like I have a six month old daughter at home. I go right away my mind I went, I guarantee no one doing this has kids no-one no-one, who's doing this has kids, but because you just don't do stuff like this. If you're a parent, if you're like I don't know, to do got to pick up diapers on the way, I don't have time to figure out where the fucking milkshake places. I have a little baby that I've got a rock to sleep tonight, and then should probably going to be up in two hours, and then I got a rocker to sleep again. And then you know what? I mean, we just like we just introduced oatmeal and then tomorrow, we're doing some focus week potatoes. So I don't really have time to worry about what's going like, did a podcast have someone. I don't like on them. And by the way, I'm way more. Critical than any of these people are the any of these people who are protesting, legion of skanks could not sit down and discuss politics with me for five minutes before it would become a parent that I've read way more than that. I know their argument better than them, and I can defeat it easily like, I'm not even trying to brag. There are people who know their shit way better than I do. There's people in the inner circle, no shit that I learned from them, and I'm like, oh, shit. This guy made a good point. This guy had a good article about this. But the people who are protesting Milo being on skanks. They know nothing. They you're not even in this world. I'm way more invested into my political opinions than you are. But I got a kid. I don't have time to give shit about who's on someone else's podcast. I, I simply don't have time because I have a life and this is what I start to wonder about some of these people. And this is the point you were making that it's kind of sad. 'cause if certain point you just go like, do you have like, do you have a girlfriend? Do you have friends? Do you have a net flicks? Password, like do you have anything else that could maybe? Fill your life. They are you this empty that you actually are very concerned? But somebody I disagree with his going to speak on a show. They're giving him a platform. You know, by the way, how many of these people, I think Zack Emeco posted something along these lines where he said, and zag amigo, by the way, is a guy who's, you know, I haven't had a lot of deep political conversations with Zach. But from what I understand, is pretty left wing guy. Like, would probably in some ways, be sympathetic to the anti Milo belief system. But he said something like where he was like a instead of throwing milkshakes. Why don't you guys take that money you would have spent on milkshakes and donate it to like a good cause like how many of you people for all you people like it's so easy to virtue signal online? What do you do? Do you go work at a soup kitchen? Do you send money to some 'cause that you fucking care about or is it is this all just a game? Just be honest. If any of you guys are listening to the show today. Just be honest with yourself. What is this really are you really standing up against fucking Nazis, are you. The leader of or are you a member of this fight against evil or you such a good person is that what's motivating you that you're so noble, and the rest of us, just don't care enough. Or is this just a nice way to feel that way about yourself? This just a nice excuse to feel like I I'm doing something good. I'm in this Brealey big struggle. What's your struggle against I dunno. Some flamboyant. Gay dude, says, politically incorrect shit, who's by the way been D platform on pretty much everything you could think of, who you've gone away, this motherfucker. I can only imagine what Milo actually has to live through like after seeing a like a week of what this heat is like coming at. You really something gave me a new level of respect for what friends of mine, like Gavin and like people like that have had to go through where you have to, like legitimately. Have security with you. If you like anywhere you go, if you announce that you're going there, there's going to be people like hell bent on fucking assaulting you or fucking common right up to that line. You know that's a weird. That's a weird fucking position to put somebody in and like to all these all this fucking energy. And I know I've made this point a lot of times on the show. But, like, I really do believe that the left has a role that they're supposed to fill in society. And it's just it's so disgusting to see them waste all this energy on this. Look energy passion outrage. These are all finite resources. They are finite resources you only have so much of it. There's only so many hours in a day, there's only so much energy, you can expend in twenty four hours. Okay that this is a finite resource and. We are involved in the longest wars in American history. Like we lead the world and mass incarceration. There are issues go focus on them. This is supposed to be your shit, not Milo coming on legion of skanks. You fucking children grow the fuck up man like go deal with something that matters, like lefty issues, like by the way. I'm in theory, I should be just as aligned with the left is the right. I hate both of them. But like they both make some good points. You wanna talk about Trump being a fascist, like okay. Yes, he is guess what? They they're pressing charges against Julian Assange, using the espionage act from World War, One like you wanna talk about fascist shit. Okay. There's one go for. But guess what? The whole fucking media apparatus, the whole fucking like like scene is not targeting, you at them so much easier for you to just repeat your muggles. Nutsy. Okay. All right. Fine. It's like I don't know. It's a it's really been something. It's been something to say. So anyway, I dunno I guess, more or less, that's my, that's my rant on Milo being on skanks and you guys are just not gonna like you're not gonna bully us. I don't know what to say. It's like that's I remember I was a I think six or seven years old. I used to get fucking bullied on this block like we moved to this block. That was kinda shitty and they had like a lot of real like, like white trash and a lot of kind of Puerto Rican thugs Brooklyn in like nineteen nine Lewis. Yeah. And then we can started a podcast. Yeah, it was really early margins. No one was doing. Nobody used to get bullied every fucking day, and it would be like, like twelve year olds, bullying me when I was six, and I don't know h gap. That's tough. Ooh. There is nothing scale. Carrier than twelve year old when you're six it's just like a fight. You can't win like it's, it's they're fucking like they're just huge and your and you could hit him with your best fucking punch and they're just going to end. I remember. Like, actually, I remember the day when I made the decision that I was like, I'm not gonna fucking get bullied by these kids anymore. And like I'm just gonna fucking like literally, they have to stop me into the ground if they're going to fucking like keep 'cause I can't live like, you know, it was just one of those, and I was like, I didn't have a father, I was raised by a single mother and an older sister. And like I didn't really have those that skill set. You know what I mean? Like, really taught me how to be a man at that kind of figure it out for myself, which was the story for a lot of lot of guys in my generation like didn't have father figures, single motherhood had to figure out how to be a man on their own and fog in whatever I did I got beat up a few times, but I figured it out and just not not being bullied is something that I've carried with me since then. And if you think like if I were ever going to be bullet now as a fucking of man in my thirties as a father and a husband, you think I'm going to be bullied. Now. Let me tell you. It would not be by these left-wing policies. These guys aren't going to be the ones who folk and bully me out of anything. And I know the same is true for Lewis and Jaso will do the podcast. We'll do it with Milo. My guess is we're going to have fun. We're gonna make dumb gay jokes. We're going to do about that three. I don't know. There's those who don't listen to the show. We do a battle of the bad, bad ass bans. So we're going to do that. And you guys can all fucking deal with that. I guess the only other thing that I should address on this before we move on, and I apologize. I know spent a lot of time on this. But it's, it's something that I cared about, and damn if I can't vent on part of the problem, then what the fuck what where can I vent just yell at your baby? She'll Zorba she doesn't wanna hear I'll be honest. My baby does not allow me to say whatever I want to she's pretty quick. She interrupts very quickly, but I should say there was something about the that Rebecca put out a statement from the creek and I was I was a little bit disappointed in it. I just think that. You know, I love Rebecca and I feel for the situation that she's in and it's you know they can try to play it. However, they want to we didn't put Rebecca fucking bad situation. We do what we do. We were booking fucking show that I saw one person like say, like, you know, the creek gives you a platform, and you do this to them, and it's like okay, first of all, the creek never gave us a platform. They give us a space. Let's get fucking real. The creek never gave us a platform. We give the creek business like, who do you think makes money off that relationship? You think we make money off the creek? No. They make money off us. They give us space in abasement as we could easily do this show at any fucking place that we wanna do at were the ones who have the platform. We built it. We have hundreds of thousands of people who isn't every single episode. We could do this wherever we fucking want to the we like nothing but respect for Rebecca, but let's get real. She didn't give us a platform. She gives us a space. I like the space. I like the creek a lot. I think they do a lot for comedy. And I appreciate everything she's not she's done a lot for me per. Personally like before legion of skanks, like Rebecca's been good to me. And I love her. And I understand she's in a difficult situation. We didn't make it a difficult situation. All these, you know, Astles trying to boycott her dead. And I think Rebecca put herself in a little bit of a difficult situation. 'cause she says these things like, you know, Rebecca will say that the creek is a safe space for, you know, L LGBTQ people, and, and it's, you know something like that. And then she'll also say the creek is, is like a free speech platform where comedians can say whatever they want to, and you gotta understand those two things are diametrically opposed. They are with, like, I mean, not literally speaking, if you're saying, the creek should be a safe space, where no one gets a salted, like, yeah, of course, we all agree with that. But when they say a safe space for LGBTQ people what they mean is, it's not a free speech, but it's not a place where comedians can say whatever they want to. That's what that means to those people. I mean you can't say something that's offensive. And that's not the same as being a free speech venue. So you you've kind of created the situation where you're one or the other. So. Rebecca, you know, had to put this letter out and kind of virtue signal about how horrible Milos that's more or less, what she had to do. Right. So she had to say I was unaware of who Milo was late Thursday. When I found out who he was, and their plans to have him at the creek. I asked the producers to move the recording that is true, but whatever it's leaving out some details, which is that we said. No. And then she said, fine, do it here and then Milo was the one who decided. So that's, but, you know, she's got to say what she's got to say. I don't even know. I don't wanna read the whole thing, but it's more or less just her saying that myla's a bad guy. And she finds views repugnant. And then she does go on to say that me Jane Lewis aren't Nazir's, which I appreciate. But, like, does that really need to be said, does it need to be said that I needed to clarify there was so much noise on Twitter. I was starting to get concerned. I was like, why am I working with these people? Yeah, so I just, you know, I don't know it just kind of bothered me that. Like the tone of the whole thing, which I you know, I understand she's in a difficult position. I really do. But. Look to, to come out and have to say, like Milo so horrible Milo is never done anything horrible, as with all these people who are targeting the creek have done my Milos. I whatever he trolled, Leslie Jones. That's like the worst thing he's ever done as he's a troll who gives a shit. She's the fucking victim here this fucking millionaire celebrity is we're all supposed to feel bad for because she's at meeting said about her on Twitter. Head mean things said about me on Twitter, grow up, who cares? Get a few people who can tweet like shit. Talk me. Almost daily on Twitter. I find it entertaining. It's like like they're not even good at it. I wish they were a little bit like funnier with it or whatever. But it's like I don't know. It's it's a compliment in his weird way. It's like if you if you tweet something shitty at me a hundred times a month, you're much more concerned with me than I am with you. It's like okay, like I don't know what to say. It's like what I said before get a girlfriend, get, get a friend. Get a Netflix password. Get something figure it out. Anyway, I was appointed in what Rebecca said I think she's put herself in a difficult position. The scene has put her in a difficult position. It's just it's really week stuff and. It's, it's embarrassing. I guess the thing I would just close with, and then, then we'll move onto some other stuff. But it really I'll tell you what, hurts me is that when I first started comedy, and this is about twelve years ago, I fell in love with the scene, I thought there was something so cool about it like the art of stand up comedy, which I still love to this day. It's still, you know, might just my favorite thing really is my passion like to just like get on stage with nothing but a microphone and to, like poll, this very specific emotional reaction out of people, which is laughter, which is very like it's different than other reactions. It's like laughter is something that people kind of open themselves up to. Okay. Let's see if this is funny. And then if you hit something you actually pull it out of them, like people don't decide to laugh right now, you say something, and you, you summon it out of them, and it's this positive thing. Every it feels good. Everyone loves to laugh like it's just this positive thing, and it's amazing that like you could just be a stand up comedian. And you don't you're not up there with a band. There's no instrument. There's not a big smoke show. There's not a thing. It's a guy with a microphone, giving you his thoughts and your slapping, your knee and laughing and it's just this beautiful art form. And I thought the scene was so awesome. And at the time, it was kind of, like it was like the end of like the kind of like tough crowd crew day when I first started comedy, you know, it was like it was like, Patrice, and like, Colin Quinn and David towel. And like all these, these guys were just like looked up to so much, and it was like other something so bad as MC, Greg Giraldo, and like these amazing like, like talented, creative people, and it would be, like this is so cool. These are people get up there, and they don't give a fuck, like they'll say the most wildly offensive shit, and you'll be laughing, even though you don't wanna laugh at it because you're like, oh, this is be like God. Damn that's funny. And it was just great. It was this amazing thing. It's an amazing thing, particularly with the offensive jokes, which is what we do at skanks a lot. It's like that you can take the darkest things darkest. Tragedies in life, and make them something positive find the silver lining in them. And this is something that's in my blood, like my, my grandfather was a holocaust survivor, who had a great sense of humor. Like that's all you fucking have when you're faced with such tragedy. And I thought the scene was so cool people were so fucking ballsy, and like, really like and man, just to see what the scene is today. It's just sad. Oh man. That's just sad. It's Michael mouths as the cathedral, and it's like infiltrated the scene to the point that people are just virtue, signaling people who couldn't defend their positions. And by the way, open invite to any of the fucking comedians, who were trashing legion of skanks to come on part of the problem and have the fucking conversation with me, see if you can fuck in defend your position by. The way that's where I'll take back. Any veiled threats that I have before you're willing to come on the podcast and defend your position. Be happy to have the conversation with one of you. Let's but none of you will doesn't think none of you will because it's indefensible you've got nothing and, you know, saying with the comedy, I mean, you know, about the stuff better than me, rob, but it's like the really has been this kind of like this social Justice warrior infiltration of the open, Mike seen everything that's horrible. Yeah. I don't even. For my brand of comedy. It's not fun to do an open mic. So I'm like these people are just going to be annoyed with me. Yeah, like that. That's the state of comedy. At least on the open mic level. I'm like they don't even get that. This is a joke. It's fine. I'll, I'll always like next up in front of a real crowd. Yeah. There's not the kind of comedy, I wanna craft and my you know, my thing with them 'cause, like, yeah, it is crazy. But my thing with them is like, look just at least at the bare minimum, admit what you are. Yeah. It mitt what you are, like this is what bug me about the people being like we just want the creek to be an inclusive venue. It's like no, no, no. You don't. You want it to be an exclusive venue. That's what you want fair enough argue for that. But that's what you want, you want someone to be excluded by definition. That's not being inclusive. Words have meanings. So let's just call a Spade. You want the creek to be an exclusive venue, that does not let right wingers in or anybody who's gonna make fun of social Justice work that, that can't get in right. Okay. Fine. That's your. But let's just be real about what you are. And the other thing they'll be like, let's just be real. This isn't about being offensive. That's not what this is about. It's not that this could be offensive or that this could hurt somebody's feelings. That's not what this is like, I use the example format Michelle wolf. Did this thing on her show where they legalized abortion and Ireland and she announced it, and there was a standing ovation in the room? And she was like go. I are Lind, and everybody cheered. And it's like okay now look, she has every right to do that on our show, wasn't particularly funny. But whatever she has every right to do that on the show. That's fucking her show. Michelle wolf is a very funny comedian she has every right to do that, on her show, but understand that is wildly offensive to fifty percent of the population, but whatever who gives a fuck if it's offensive to them, they don't have to watch. If it bothers them, you have a right to do whatever you want to, but let's get real. You don't give a fuck about being offensive. That's not your criteria. Right. You could go up there and do any pro-abortion joke, you want to it could be the most graphic brutal Joe, you don't give a fuck. If there was some prolife person in the crowd, who was offended by that fucking care. You're not against offending people what you want is not environment where people feel safe. It's not an environment where people aren't offended. It's not an environment. That's inclusive. What you want is ideological conformity. That's it. That's what you want. It's a politically motivated belief system. And by the way, that's fine too. You can have that, but let's just be real. Let's just be honest with each other. That's what it is. You have this worldview. You only want people who believe the same things you believe to express themselves there. That's it, it's just harder to fend that than it is to say these nice words like inclusive, and blah, blah, whatever. So that's my fucking around on the Milo situation, did not think I was going to spend an hour on that. But, you know that's. Yeah. Well, Brian says he did he's right. So hard to argue with that in hindsight. I mean he's clearly right? But I don't even want, you know, we're not this is not what in gangs is going to be even about. So I think this was a better platform to talk about it on. 'cause we're just going to have fun because that's what we do. That's a comedy show. And this is a show about fucking, politics and philosophy. So seemed appropriate to me. So I'm trying to say is happy Memorial Day. Thanks, buddy. 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And then we just happen to follow it up with another one, right? So here's what happens in World, War One. Woodrow Wilson gets us into a war completely based off lies that we never should have been involved with a war between struggling monarchs in Europe that absolutely nothing to do with America. And there was and the conservative wing of the Republican party was hardcore against it, and it was a disaster. And so you had World War, One which was almost certainly going to be to a stalemate and the German subs were, like fucking up the British, and they're there they were doing really good. There's who knows exactly how it would have ended. But there's no question. It wouldn't have ended in a complete and total surrender by the Germans without the fresh Americans this newly industrialized power coming in at the last minute, so we basically let them fight it out for a while in Europe. And when everyone was cold and dying and weak and ready to probably make some type of truce. A fresh America came in and pounced, and it was very driven by financial interests. I mean, there were a whole bunch of people like, you know, the financial ties between like America and Britain, there's a whole bunch of people at their like, look, we need them to folk and win because we've got a lot of outstanding debt in this country and they need to be able to pay it back. And anyway, all worser bankers wars. So we get into this war, America pounces, we dominate we force Germany, to an unconditional surrender an insane on conditional surrender that just could not be justified like they had to take responsibility for the entire war pay off the entire war, dead of every country and also just be publicly humiliated. Take very proud German people who had been an empire, you know, this had been the German empire the Prussian empire the precursors this was a proud people and just humiliate them in front of the entire world. So. Germany signs that we force the this for side treaty on them. And just they're just getting completely plundered. I mean now, by the way, also in the first World War. So the Bolsheviks that the commies in, in, in Russia had tried a revolution a few times, and failed, and then they're troops when, when the military was all had left because the military had held off the revolution. And in the military all left and got extended out into World War One, and then they add revolution it succeeded. So they fucking. So one, the first hiccup is you have the Bolshevik revolution in Soviet Union. Then we got this treaty of Germany. The place has been demolished by war. People are, you know, if you can just imagine like. Fucking in the nineteen twenties. With nineteen twenties, medical innovations, and a whole bunch of people injured from war now they're fucking starving. There broke throughout the Weimer Republic. You had. So, so more or less, the they couldn't meet a lot of the terms of the treaty of like they could. They sometimes they would default on payments owed the French, so the French army would just storm into Germany, Germany, and just take shit. Just take Cole take things from people check a German in fuck inside and take the shit that he had in his pockets, just literally just humiliate the fucking people over and over in order to meet the terms of the treaty of her side, the Ymer Republic governments are printing money printing tons of money and say, you ended up having hyperinflation this literal wheel barrels of cash to go get a Cup of coffee like real deal hyperinflation, and in this environment. The Jews thrived so anyway, Jews doing pretty good. And then there's a lot of other parts to this. But just quick recap of it. And then you had the, you know, you had fighting in the street between the commies, and these other like crazy workers parties, and the Nazis ended up rising up and. Taking over the fucking country in this environment, which so right away, the Bolshevik revolution, and the Nazi revolution almost certainly could not have happened without World War, One like this is the result of in the same sense that you'd say ISIS almost certainly couldn't have happened without the war in Iraq and the war in Syria. The same thing you know, it's like you have a war. There's chaos this terrible groups rise up from that chaos. And then, even after that, there were lots of opportunities for the British a really good book on this subject is Pat Buchanan's, the unnecessary war where he just kind of talks through how the Nazis never even really wanted war with Britain Hitler, actually really admired Britain. They were so white. Well, yeah, exactly they're up there with the whitest and, and they the war pact with Poland was a disaster. The, there's lots of different stuff that you could go look up about whether FDR actually allowed Pearl Harbor to happen or not, like they kind of knew it was coming and they wanted their excuse for war. But the idea that you would ever let it get to this point was just fucking insane. Also dropping the nukes after the fighting in Europe was over was absolutely horrible targeting civilians was terrible, so that, you know, the one of the main arguments that hap- you can and made was that the holocaust, which is used of course, to justify World War, Two in hindsight. Which, you know, of course, was like this horrific crime against humanity, but it's Pat Buchanan's said it was a crime against humanity, but it was also a war crime. And if you don't have the war, you probably don't have the holocaust, you probably have a much better situation like Hitler deporting, all of the Jews or something like that. Rounding them up and kicking them out of the country. I mean, look, my grandfather got out of the country in nineteen thirty eight there were a lot of other maybe thirty nine I'm not sure there are a lot of other Jews who got out around that time not enough. But a lot of them did the problem is that there weren't enough other countries, they wanted to take them from their perspective, at least, but it's not as if he he went genocidal, once the war happened. And so if you're looking at history, you'd be like, well, you'd want to avoid the rise of Hitler, and you'd want to avoid the war, and it's not as if anybody stopped the war, and forget, just even the genocide, which is horrible. But the tens of millions of people who died in that. War. I mean, something approaching one hundred million people died in the war at least between the two world wars. It's just a goddamn nightmares shit show. So the idea, and then, of course, even if you wanna go like Hitler was the worst person ever. And so we have to, you know, we needed to fight that war, and the holocaust, which was never the reason, anybody was fighting the war, and we didn't stop the holocaust from happening. We partnered up with Stalin who killed more people than Hitler and handed him half of Europe. If it was after it was over. So the idea that it's just this noble war is I don't know. It's simplistic and kinda stupid and just what people are taught to believe. So they all believe it, and I'm sure by the after that whole Milo rant. There's your thing for people to be like, David Nazi to right? There you go. But yeah, all wars are horrible. And that one was bad as well. However, updating to a more recent war. Let me in the last few minutes that we have on the podcast. Let me spend some time patting myself on the back because there's one more thing that I got. Right. It seems so. I was one of I gotta say, I really do think I was one of the only people on cable news who was adamantly saying this now, you know, me and you were dead on the money with the whole Russia collusion. Nonsense that was going on. So there's been some things that we've some pretty big stories that we've gotten. Right. But if you guys remember in two thousand eighteen when I was a contributor on unfiltered SE Cup the thing that I would argue with SE Cup the most about was Syria, and I was on a television. I believe two days after the supposed Dumai gas attack or chemical weapons attack, and I argued on on television and to the, you know, to the outrage of SE Cup that I did not believe that, that, that, that Assad had used chemical weapons on his own people and the truth is going back to it. It's like it was just so obvious. It really was so goddamn obvious. I mean why would Assad? A week after Donald Trump announced that we were leaving that we're leaving Syria. Why would he guess you know? A few dozen people, which would serve no military strategic interest for him and would just, just be the impetus to get America to send more troops to not take our troops out. And I mean this is a guy who's been fighting tooth and nail for survival. Why would he possibly do that? It just seemed on its face like you. If you're saying he did this. You must have some really good evidence to suggest it, and they're like, no, we have none. But we know for fact that he did it and so more or less anyway, cutting forward what happened was. Just a few days ago, the OPCW, which is the if I'm getting the acronym. Right. It's the. The organization to prevent chemical weapons believe is what they're called. So they're kind of international organization that, that. Yes. The organization for pro prohibition of chemical weapons excuse me. They, they go round, and they do these fact-finding missions, and they, they're the ones who kind of determine what chemical weapons were used in what wasn't and they put out an official report that, that said that chemical weapons had been used by the Assad government in, in Douma last year. But now there's a fifteen page internal memo, which was, which was released it leaked essentially, and this memo, which was an internal memo did not make it into the report that they put out and basically, showed a bunch of people at this organization demonstrating that this does not seem to be the case at all. And in fact, the likelihood was that the weapons were they are in the city of Duma and not dropped from the air. Now, this is crucial. Okay. So what's going on in Douma? Right. Was. That there were it was a city where there were a bunch of anti Assad rebels as they're called. Okay. So it's the people fighting Assad are holding down this city. Right. So this claim was that Assad dropped by plane, this gas attack on these people who are Assads enemies. Now, if it's dropped by plane, this is done by the Syrian air force, only Assad has an air force. So if it's done by playing this would clearly have to be Assad, and he's dropping it on his enemies, the rebels kind of make sense on its face even despite all the other should I said the bombs were tucked into bed with a lullaby next to a nice glass of milk, and they were like you can't just talk a bomb if you drop it from air. Well, that's right. But that's more. So what they're finding out now is that at least this internal memo seems to suggest is that it seems that these bums were not dropped from the air that they were there on the ground. Now, if they're on the ground that means that they were in this rebel control. Old area. So this seems to be one of two things happened here, either Assad, bombed area where these rebels were hiding out and there were some chemical weapons on the ground. And it ended up in advertently went to the bottle and say, look, yes, or it was a whole false flag to begin with either way. The point is that the United States of America last year. Okay. Forget World War, Two forget, Vietnam, forget the fucking war in Iraq. Forget the war in Libya, the war like all these wars, which are all based off bullshit. Anyway, I just know now it's not even like anyone argues this, this is just a fact last year. We were brought to the brink of another war off. What is now pretty clearly bullshit? And by the way, was obviously, both at the time this is why was arguing on national television who's, obviously bullshit at the time you just look at this, if you have any sense of all these things you can just look at this and be like Yemen this. Another fucking bullshit. Play look into that the bullshit of it a little bit. So here's what fascinates me. Firstly. Go, Google news, Syria, comma chemical attack. You're not going to see any mention of what we're talking about. Also earlier this week in the New York Times, MSNBC were all running an article I forgot who in the government made a release about it, but they made some statement about that. There's new evidence of Syria chemical attack. And so, that's what the that's what mainstream media is running with is, oh, we have to further look into whether or not we have to go to war with Syria, because maybe they stepped over this chemical attack red line. So that's weird. You have mainstream media, Google news, make no mention of this, and then you have this information, which is not even in the report, it was redacted from the report mysteriously leaked online. And then all of your non mainstream media places or pointing to the fact that there's an MIT expert who did a whole whole breakdown on the whole thing to suggest it's not possible at this chemical attack happened from Syria. So here to me is the issue. If you wanna find out what the actual facts are. Your left kind of saying, what's the world view that I wanna buy into don't wanna buy the world v where I think the US government will lie into war. And so it's very likely that this redacted report is actually true or I think that the government and the mainstream media are mostly honest, and so clearly redacted report, only being published by non mainstream media is probably conspiracy. Now you can look at this either way, an either viewpoint is somewhat reasonable you. And I look at follow this more. And so there's more evidenced us suggest. Hey government, allied us. And this is more likely the true thing, but here's what pisses the fuck outta me how there, not some sort of a court to evaluate what is legitimate truth. You're so that we can kind of a full understanding. This is not this is too big to be left to. Oh, the government gets to say it story. Deep internet gets to say it story. It's also like look, I, I hear what you're saying. But it's also like it's not just that the mainstream media, you know. Feels this way. And the government feels this way. It's that let's say, okay. So let's say the two hypotheticals you laid out there, right? Or not hypotheticals of the two worldviews that you laid out there. There's like one world view is our, our. But let me just finish this point, one world view is argue that governments lie into war. The mainstream media is complicit in their lies and don't trust anything. They say it's all bullshit, and here's more evidence than its bullshit. And then the other view is like the government is doing the best can they're being honest. The mainstream media is genuinely honest or you know, the journalists and reporters, and they're trying to get the information out. And you know, this is just some redacted report. One guy saying that it's not in the official release of, of the fucking, you know, the OPCW or whatever. Okay. If that worldview was not our world view. The other one if that were true. Would you think that after getting so many of these things wrong after the let's it's not lies? It's just a mistaken honest mistake, like we really thought Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. You know, we really thought that was we really thought Ghaddafi was about to go genocidal. We really like all of these things were just honest mistakes. Wouldn't you at least by the fuck nineteenth time we're being pulled into war? And some people are saying, hey, we think this might be a mistake at all. Go, okay, let's hear those guys out. Let's make sure this isn't a mistake. But instead of that, it's that if you were around and believe me, as someone who is doing it. I felt this. But listen, people like Tucker Carlson, and Tulsi Gabbard, obviously way bigger higher profile than may who are out there saying these chemical tax didn't happen. Look at the treatment, they get it's not just like a we think you're wrong. It's like your evil. That you, you're in a sod touting or whatever. Tolsey Gabbard was called. So why would they be acting this way? Why does everything point to our worldview, being correct, and this worldview being wrong? And this is not, you know, this is like a non a small man. This is a matter of life and death. And why is it that we've got Wesley Clark a four star general saying, we're going to overthrow the government in Syria in two thousand three and all these years later. We're still getting propaganda pushing us into this fucking war. And also, again, just look at what I said, on the face of it, it makes no sense. You're saying Assad who fought tooth and nail for his own survival would just for fun just to gas. Some people for no other strategic advantage. He would just go let me guess some people and risk everything. There's no strategic advantage for him. And there's everything for the rebels. So I I it the framework here that this can become a he says, or she says, when obviously, there are actual factor in the facts are gigantic. I mean, if government worked at all, there should be a congressional investigate like these are these this is facts. This is yes or no. It shouldn't be. Hey, we're the conspiracy people over here saying, we think this is what happened in the government's official report is over here in the majority Americans, go. Well, it makes more sense that I would just go with the government official report versus the isn't. And it's like this is buried information that if it's true should be addressed. This is not sweep under the rug like stuff. Yeah, we're talking about a green new deal and Trump's tax returns and all these other things. And it's like we can't we can't get to the bottom of this. Like everyone washing if Washington was there to serve the people at any sense of priorities priorities wouldn't everybody be like, what we gotta get to the bottom of this. This is really important like. We almost went how did this come out, by the way, is this just this last week Justice because I've seen zero mention of it Wall Street Journal new Carlson segment on his show about it. That's cool. Tucker Carlson did a segment. He had totally gabbert on. It is the only mainstream coverage I've seen of this, that there was a really cares. Article in the intersect it took me. Yeah. The intercept article was really good. But it took some digging before I could find this stuff. It wasn't like you could just throw it into into Google and the first New York time, search result whoever made the statement from the government that there's new suspicions of it wasn't even bowl terms and his new suspicions or some like loose term for why we need a reinvestigate or armed. It's, it's unbelievable. How sick the whole thing is. I mean you like if you if you think about the fact that you have this system where the Democrats and Republicans they're at each other's throats, and, and, you know the they couldn't be further apart. And like Nancy Pelosi. Donald trump. They hate each other. And what's what you see playing on a loop on cable news is like Donald Trump tweeted out a video, that's edited of Nancy Pelosi looking like a retard. I mean, isn't this a crazy story? Let's talk about this all day long, but all the sudden when when this chemical attack happened last year, all the powers that be get together and go, we are United in one front, and that's that we need to bomb Syria. I mean, just think about it logically for for a second. How would it possibly be in in two thousand eighteen this is last year? One year ago that America us the greatest superpower, that's ever existed. They go we need to drop massive explosives on the people in Syria in this little country, that has no power influence economy, military anything to speak of, you know, it's so. An everyone agrees that the whole elite class all agree. We need to go to war with Syria, and there can be no discussion about this. And even the people like Brian Williams, who will just bash Donald Trump every single day about, how dangerous and horribly as just talks about how beautiful the bombs are right. Even these, these guys on CNN. It's just like, oh, this is the most presidential thing Donald Trump's ever done that was when he bombed the year before two thousand seventeen but right. Like. It's really hard to not entertain some conspiratorial ideas. If, if you just had to guess, out of your ass, or talking terms of percentages. Do you think it's that the rebels actually somehow got a hold of chemical weapons restoring at these sites sites? Got bombed in the CIA goes. Hey, we can spend a good story here or do you actually think that you have some CIA or some people in the rebels who are linked to the CIA? They see their opportunity to may be stir up American actually get into war, and they actually and the materials often say, hey, we needed to go put these into a couple of the bomb sites. I have no idea. I mean, that's, that's just my guess would probably be that look, I think that. I think the government isn't one thing. Right. Right. So I think that the CIA and other organizations have assets all in these groups in all, I mean, this, look the Saudis and the CIA are the ones go, Google, if you if you don't know about the shit already. Go Google operation, timber, sycamore, and see that it was a plan. I believe it started in twenty twelve that the CIA and the Saudis decided we were going to overthrow Assad. And this is when we started the civil war in Syria to lead to, to ousting, sharla, Saad, because this was this was part of the redirect where basically, you know, we've talked about this on the show before. I know. But basically, when we went and overthrew, Saddam and we installed the Shiites they started realizing pretty quick. Holy shit. We just turned over this whole region to around and now fucking we got Shiites in Iran, Iraq, and Syria, and ran has. Tremendous influence over all of them, and Israel, and Saudi Arabia, really don't like ran, so they made the redirect where they were like we gotta start working on the side of the SUNY is now. And we gotta go so they fucking they had this operation to lead the fucking SUNY. Militant members to overthrow Assad. And of course, the fucking, it ended up being like who are the fucking radical Sunni militants? Well, they're al-qaeda, and they're ISIS these fucking really bad, people who actually pose a threat to us. But so we started funding them, and they were CIA Saudi assets imbedded in all of these groups. So. Who led the decision to do it, who the fuck knows? But probably the rebels decided we can pin this on a sod and the American interests were just thrilled to jump on board with that, you know, like Scott Horton was talking about on the last podcast. Here we had this asset this rainy guy who is telling us that he knew for sure that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction now where the Neo cons getting played by this guy because he was Iranian, and he wanted Saddam to be overthrown. Maybe but my guest tends to be that they knew it was bullshit. They just wanted the excuse. So that's more or less, where I, I guess, but it's just pure speculation. But the point is that look man, even if did guess zone, people it's ridiculous that we'd have to go overthrown you would think even if we knew that Assad gasp. Let's say how insane is it? There's a war where five hundred thousand people have died. By by most estimates a half a million people have died. Right. And millions of people have been displaced millions of lives have been ruined but sixty more died due to chemical weapons. So obviously, we got to go to war. How does that even make sense? How do you have a fifteen page redacted thing that totally changes the entire world? You have this stuff from, I guess, the most important organization then gets like what happens there just seem like weird. Yeah. You have you have dishonest people in the inside and who are at the top of the organization, and what you had was somebody who's honest in there, who's trying to get this in there. So you have somebody who's honest, who's, like, well, look, we have all this information there, and they're like, oh, good work Johnson. We're this probably isn't getting and you don't end up getting promoted in someone else does because they told them what they wanted to hear. And then somebody in the organization it was like, well, I'm gonna fucking link this shit and they week it. This fucking power corrupts man. Like you see, like look dude? Even just a tie it back to all the shit. You see with the falcon the Milo shit being unleashed gangs, most people will just run around and follow orders. That's what most people are doing. They're just like I've been told this is what makes me on the right team. I will repeat exactly what you say, you know, this fucking comedian who J confronted the other day and fucking left, feeling like a woman. He's started saying these things to him. And he was like a well, I think Milo's Nazi, and Nazis need to be deployed formed. And you're like are you are you pretending this original thought that you're having right now? You are just repeating the dogma. But that's what people do. Right. I mean, just look at the nature of religion and how many people it's like one guy gets up and goes, this is what we believe. And everybody else goes, this is what we believe. That's how people are they just repeat the shit? You tell them to repeat. So when you have these org. And by the way, this is what I saw in, in the mainstream media in the time that I've been there. It's not that everybody in the mainstream media is a member of the CIA. There's some there's definitely some like, there are some who straight up our but you don't even need everybody to be because most people just come in, and they go, so this is the deal. Okay. I'll repeat the deal. This is what I need to say to move up the ranks. Okay. Well, we're animals, and we've evolved to survive and to make our lives easier. We didn't evolve desire truth. More people giving out jobs, spores great. I think the gold standard was foolish, and that's really good. Take take take out more money and give it to the poor people. Yet now, go say that on a platform that matters, and you're gonna get one of those jobs this podcast you just lost your. Burns not being the platform everybody. This is an hour h d platform burns, everybody hashtag de platform the fire, we're we're going to get this thing done. That's hate speech, and you're a Nazi. And that's how we're going to end things today. Sure thing let's let everybody know, make sure you check out Shannon's podcast, which is coming up next. If you're watching live, go listen to Shannon's podcast, which, of course, is called BA thing is today, the clock with Shannon and it starts at eight o'clock. And I, I, I know that, that's the hangman on my. That's what the thing is. That's the thing is with Shannon who's who's does a lot to help the network. So go go check out her show. It's very funny very entertaining. And of course, tonight at nine thirty is the dangerous episode of lesion location secret locates in tune in to find out where it's actually I'm pretty excited to podcast from there. It's going to be cool and okay. That's it for today. Go listen to run your mouth podcast with rob Bernstein. Follow at Robbi the fire on Twitter. We will be back on when this day piece.

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#51.5 Happy Hour Minisode: Coldplay

The Chartographers

32:32 min | Last week

#51.5 Happy Hour Minisode: Coldplay

"Listen charts only music podcast. We rank things and stuff. Hey listen we had a great old time renting the albums of coal playing. It's been me. Evan saw the east termite rarely it has been special. Guest mitchell. Harvick find them on the internet at mitch cast to learn more about his pop music and aficionado in zooms and most importantly though We are going to talk about kobe. Hendra minnesota's free for all we can do whatever the heck we want to talk about this one that we talked about the hip which is guys. What is the worst cold place on fix you. Controversial rave never liked is ever like it kind of kicks in the. I think they asked heart saves it. Yeah but merely. I honestly never onder still racial people really. It's jairus dream about this with the but the air but stadium like people like me warwick. Everyone's saying longest perfect one to do that. Better songs for them to do that. Went where. I really a fix you. How even like at the beginning. It was the song that highs skept. I personally would probably. Maybe maybe shockingly. I would go with fun off the fucking dreams. Because it's just wondering though i am. I don't blame you for that. it's not. I don't need it quite that much. It's not yeah. My worst is glow. Probably also of head full of dreams is rated so fuck. I don't know which ones are honestly which ones everglades just i. It's it's due to okay a break. So not only. Is it like first of all that that intro that piano hoc whatever that they're trying to pull the song together with a new vocal melody to i've heard it before i couldn't tell you wear but it sounds like a bad song that i've heard before and this is also one of the songs one of the one of the most egregious examples of ham. Like scream singing. When i go. It's rough is but yeah i read. Listen our looking at the track. So that's why like all right. It's it's short streets really nothing also on this fucking. This is your being like happy. Pop record i'm your third song. Is that piece of turned lake. It's just it's it's breath. It's rush though i think x. Marks the spot also off of head full of dreams is a boom people that rate speaking of badly which he doesn't orphans again for some reason it seems egregious there a better song. Yeah it's not great. It is better yes. It's true as we can say about so many coldplay songs but hey listen obviously but a lot of different things to do a lot of different iterations. I think we need to talk about some of martin's collazo's i think is probably worthwhile before. He decided to consciously uncouple from quality. Songwriting feel like. I think obviously i. Here's jay z. Collaboration which i can't recall the most importantly homecoming off of graduating. I remember hearing that he likes. Who was that. Who is singing. I know that boy co hyphen imaging. But i really like him. Vocally i is like like scratching. He has like it's different from other people like it's very distinctive. Yeah you know like. He doesn't like it's annoying tenor kind of the year. He sounds the best when he sticks to his power. Baritone baritone and so. I think when you can get that it's not is communist vocally good yeah and it complements the song extremely well. I found out today. We're we're doing some research to written for. Nellie tato yeah all good things. Come to the end of loose one of tracks. But i absolutely is like. Oh of course he did. He also did a song for do aletha his debut album. I'm blanking on the name. Thought also had home or midnight or something like that i can remember but yet another debut. It's a ballot a piano ballad but he does harmony vocals and they have their vogel timbers. Were really wealthy liaison really good together. And that's also in now. That i am a bigger even an even bigger fan of julie and i were comments coldplay fan fan at this point That that was a really good financial. Goal ed courses. I forget something just like this. The chain smokers of course. Okay so say. Here's what i will say about something just like this. Are the chain smokers awful. Yes god. actively is this one of chris. Martin's worst lyrical outings. Yes a kill. Lucid is gold. Because it's like. I didn't realize he wrote his achilles more. I thought chain smokers ambrish. Chris martin because he also wrote his on there for the song not featuring coldplay it's intra chain smokers and cold and this was. This was a team effort which is also why the best part of something just like. This is at the end when the Rambam is happening. But then cutting buckley comes in and is playing guitar over it. And then i'm like okay. This like that's great but it also has like some of his dumbest lyrics and when you're the chain smokers they're not gonna get the best short but those. Yeah i mean it's just all. Gimme gimme rises. I completely understand why it was a hint. It's the most easy accessible rate. Has the drop. It was full of stars. Brought to basically i mean at that point and the fact that they are still relevant. I mean honestly. Same thing happened with the steel when needed their fucking marshall song. Happy you know. They went to number two in the us without which still blows. My goddamn is the best deal. I know we re it. I envy best deal stepped on foot when we did that that every time. It's funny stories but they were also very superman. They were really just weird. Was one of those things. Where like i've had a career. It's still always weird every time like come to this. Vip area accompanied this place and hang up at the people and get ellen. It's it's always so weird. Anyway since night in our next episode may or may not be a ben folds interview him backstage to and he was. He told me about the time. Who is the number one. Trending thing on google. But we're not talking about ben folds. That's how often talk about like besides and that sort of thing because they have a couple of really good ones. I i wanna mention atlas off of i forget which i think you might have been catching fire. What it is but really solid song could have easily been on one of their albums kind of surprised differently because it came out while i guess it it came out and twenty thirteen in. It doesn't really fit on kgo stories or dreams. Maybe one that fell off of my loan. That's actually might have been milo milo cut for sure but they also early career like especially for russia blood in accident. Every single single had to be sites. So there's like a lot of really good right and then yeah wanna i love. There's one called. I think it's rainy day. Yes yeah that's the process works trait. Oh yes it's on march. Yeah that was really good. I also really like lost remission. With jay z. Less so now he moves to ground lil. Which is i think. The off of clocks i think you're right And then the talk. Ep also has a surprising to all of those songs are like really solid. Why we're literally literally one of them is called plinking. It's like sunbeam or something like that. But i also really solid. I also wanted to mention we sort of skipped over this. But i really like off of everyday life. The intro sunrise violin. That's why the the whole album survive right. Also in fact about that they've been using the same violinists to do all of their string arrangements since people evita always really cool like that. I feel like that is something i would very much do. They're like they're like. Oh we like you but we'll keep you. I really enjoyed watching the documentary about them like yours. I talk about that because if you're that we we collect news like a world whatever. Their view uncle plays kind of by the christian. Yelich orbits like a madness to toiling and so watching it like. I love scene creative process of love seeing because we get smart show but really this. Is the band like driving together. See well and that's know. Chris martin is sox about on early records. You know he sort of usually would bring the beginnings of a song to the band and they would help flesh it out together and then starting with ghost stories. There is a lot more of guy would come in with a good riff for like you know. Obviously we know adventure of a lifetime. Had full of dreams started his journey bubbling on like figuring out a refund. His guitar wasn't like how he came at like. They're working on adventure by panik wasn't quite working. Then he came in with that there was slower like no and boop. That's that's what we're looking for. That's what this on needed. And i think that's so interesting because again. He thinks he is like the pretty boy you know like. He's the lead singer so he's the one in the magazine covers and so we always think it's him by just love really seen the humbleness of actually the whole group. They're all these like really passive personalities usually who are working together and creating this and it's also just four making this huge music such huge sound. So it's really cool to see their process and how how they put the set list the down too heavily hundred anything also voted to include ever blow. Which is the kind of unforgivable. But also there's another thing one of his biggest inspiration from you to not only for his musical works from also for his philanthropic efforts as well and to the point where chris wants to do that. Like ten percents of everything he writes is always going to maturity charity of some sort regardless to the point where he imitates bono so much that he apparently has the nickname of tronto. Because it's chris martin bano and just like that is is nicknamed. It's a quote from wikipedia. We check the source right ever. I believe i think they're famous enough. That the mas probably like they're also apparently those has a story has a six part comic book series that accompanies that following. My love milo who is a silencer inside. Lodo who's parker and sounded color are both illegal. According to mehta minor major. Yeah mine is evil. Lake can't the government government agency. I forget what it's called the chance for. Comb like chromatic and acoustic level management. And so there's this whole worry that apparently goes on with my lodo that literally you listen to it. And you're like no. Where god i didn't get any of that didn't realize we were telling like a post apocalyptic three. Oh also the worst part is milo discoveries his power by touching some magic graffiti right. And that's why that's why. All of our murders on greg sad and as you know every teardrop is alive full alley and of course you found the risk for that after watching That same song us at the end of the interupting film. Beautiful with the hub your ordinary. Because he was like. Oh that'll be great really. Yeah that's how we found sampled the us the basis for the roof of of his water. Our wow yeah. So they bullshit from all over the place need both also talk about. Of course i'm speaking of unforgivable sin. They're super bowl halftime show. I don't think it's been fun for capable sale. I think watching it today. I did not. It was better than i recall. However that as as the nicest men in rock. I think that they It was a mistake to allow themselves to be shown up so hard shows are like. I understand why they did. It was the fiftieth year. They were celebrating past shows so they brought back to very successful ones beyond say and vermont and bruno mars. But they're both such str-. I mean they're both dancers who had backup dancers and when you're cold play are you've won no matter. What's beautiful rainbow spectacle. You're bringing you aren't and you aren't going to be able to stand up to that. And i especially because we all commented he sounded so our breath to more. These just wouldn't stop fucking jumping. He'll literally couldn't even sing. Some of the words it was. And then you get beyond the up. There who is like full on bringing it and producing perfectly. You know i guess for me. I i think the producers knew what they had with play Copay every actually see. They are good in the stadium. And i feel like with the songs they with their collections sunday. Could they play for amping up. An audience is not as large. So i think again having to be the fifth year i highly enjoyed. I don't think it's the worst. I don't think that's the best i remember. When i was watching the day i was watching it. I guess 'cause i am literally divas is beyond saying sort of have a bad and do this and literally went formation started. I was losing my shit right. And it's literally flawless. So i and then together. The nfl really worked. So i just think it's a solid halftime. There's so much worse out. There halftime show lies. I thought they did their songs that we all knew and sing along to it was it was very much a called play thing. That was weird about it to me though was okay. So coldplay's your halftime show. We actually ended up hearing for coal place on scale like that was very strange to me. I feel like that they. They're thinking virginia theme of unity. Isn't we got to get got to get together right now. And also the very end series. I've wanted to stand turning their signs over to spell out believe in love. I believe in it prior but homeowners the halftime show. I'm just like they. So that's that's why they got married again. You're right yeah exactly the word so you open up. And then and then he came into your lives. Every teardrop is a waterfall. And you know. I was having trouble keeping my feet on the ground so exactly also bird so i feel like off either by with the birds. Birds birds birds. Birds sky stars iphone stars part midnight. I and he might listen to it. I don't really care. Let me just tell you the first time ever. Dj to wedding it was for this one very very nice guy who was heavy into edm and his wife was very much not indeed. That's hard it is to gather. Listen lane so four. The actual listed off and went through a lot of songs white mix tape and things up to make people happy. That's how good you know. Wedding division word. Edm songs at the end so the older crowd and left already but the compromise for their first dance was sky full of stars by coldplay. That was the i. I don't mind that song on its own in. The context of the album is on weirdest spot. But i remember being surprised. I totally get. That song was on there. So yeah it seems like a weird. It's weird for stance. It's a weird. I anton though definitely weird for mary. Still working certainly we also had a nontraditional stands. Yeah but we also had a had a dance flash mob so good. I'm just saying our wedding was lick sales. Go sorry chris. Barnes quiet private ceremony. Ours was a much better than they had two kids together. That's just crazy apple apple fun. Facts apple actually sings on everyday. Life as those greenwich right. Wait a minute on ever clo- on after after the divorce conscious uncoupling. So it's good. I honestly when i hear like it's their so cordial and everything is hollywood. Celebrities been usually. It's a better hand so honestly then strengthen eight probably just that. He tends to go on. Eighteen months tours. The rain when you're trying to raise children like when she doesn't blue she might be gone for like two or three months. You know some maybe longer depending on the ground but also need a lower key things like when she's pepper potts an ira van vendors movie. It's usually like a week. maybe two. She's also technically filming three separate movies. She doesn't know she didn't know which where she was feeling more. She didn't know she was in spiderman. Homecoming she thought that was four infinity. War she for me. I thought that honestly genuinely thought they would last a lot longer. So when i heard they're breaking up. I saw that news and i just went goop and i love stuff. I'll this fine. I'll i mention the other stories. Any member it remembrances. We were talking about. I because we were saving even for the pod. I found out that jacob collier worked with them a lot. And i just want you someone He's actually he's actually. He's he's british. i'm. I just recently discovered a year or two ago and i just i just think he's brilliant leg like every song but i just think musically you know he's a soufiane way where he when he records he's playing every instrument he doing all the harmonies and stuff but he literally hits all him. I just think play have an artist who's also embracing jazz. Which is not really a big thing to do when he's kind of putting mainstream and these pretty brilliant. It's like found out the songs that he helped with. Oh now clearly can tell that he had his hand in a little bit wag making great so i think he's and also people love with you there. That's weird people. The also will be was an actor in the red wedding episode of thrones. I didn't know that. Yeah here's the band. I also wanted to quickly throughout. Because they have a bunch of weird little moments where they got really famous people to do like the smallest thing possible on a song like for example of a big example is the under utilization of beyond say onion for the weekend but they also for manny on is credited with gadgets. Always in my head and oh on ghost stories and then tragic which is which sounded timbale in play drums on. That is a true love off of a off of a ghost stories but also for the record of metro. You mentioned that. Has they'll be worse guitar solo of all my guy we didn't talk about. It literally is like did you. D- tune your guitar on purpose talking. So let's do do do do do do do remember go stories every saloons like like it's like that bad today you watch the music video for shoe. Love which was kind of oil was timid in there. No but there were. They were wearing. So chris chris martin and these two in this model. We're both wearing these. Like blow up fat suits like inflatable and then they were like being treated like second class citizens like that's the plot of the video is that they like she's your shows up to an addition and they take one look at her and they're like no thank you and like he's the janitor and a ballet studio and like everyone judges him because he's wearing these big inflatable fat suit and then he of the model mead each other and then they do a performance at the and and it's like i'm why first of all okay sue you wanted to do representation. Well you didn't though because you cast this like gorgeous model to play the other person like i get the chris. Martin wanted to play the role and like didn't want to fat suit fat sue. But like you could've cassius. Maybe at least someone like curvy right in the other role flake that i mean they're not really known for the that to genuinely like yellow is iconic and incited jess is really good that except the have four music videos with over a billion views so i don't really think we can see. They're not known for their videos. Yeah are they watching the beatles or are they listen to the songs via youtube. That's the bed. Because that's the thing like him for the weekend is like especially have been all the music videos. The best part of that song right. It's way better than the song. The music video is gorgeous. They shot it on location in india. So it's lex stunningly beautiful. I love them. Used to be over. Uh something just like this. Is it just literally earlier committee. Yes and that's what i'm saying. Is that like the have songs that are like very popular. But it's not necessarily because of the visual legitimately like with a yellow was beautiful his walking on the beach and slow-motion as the sun was rising. There's something weirdly effective about that but for the rest of their legacy. And just kind of like i remember the scientists that just because things like relationship launch so i might passion completely. Different topic yelled so we did. We said they're worse. It'd be easy to talk about. What our favorite as however how about what is wrong that we should infer someone who may not be a fan of coldplay. That's not one of their singles. Would you suggest they listen to to. Maybe have them like did a turnaround. I is in outlying. But i would say anyone who gives on the shot to midnight. I think there's so much artistry in beauty there that it almost of inflate gives away to like okay. maybe can appreciate the rest of their discography. Personally we so we mentioned it. And that's i would almost say. Why would no i would say major minus 'cause i mean which is sort of not fair because it's it's really an outlier. They have other songs that rock but not really that rock like that. But that's definitely one where i feel like. You could play that for someone who has a certain opinion of radiohead and just be like okay but they also can do this and change their mind a little bit and maybe open them up to exploring a little bit more. I'm looking i mean whatever. One of their singles. Y- was a huge hit me. Okay yeah because for me. I remember like now. Russia was a bigger deal in the us then then parachutes but like i kinda caught on earth. But i worked for me. I would say shimmer is one. That's a fair answer is to think is another just like a really kind of even just like it's a such a sweet still gets the pulp lateness in there But yeah. I was like for me. Shiver or green is also if i was trying to tell someone till like checkout because i do really think that for like fans of music. It's worth hearing it because it is such a not coldplay album. It's like again. That's that's the way to sort of like maybe open your opinion of coldplay a little bit. I would play them arabesque. Because i think that really is a different side of them i. I really enjoy listening to every of of their albums. That's the one. I was like lisa price also but i knew new least about later had no connection hit i because they were on like us now kind of like they're to like most upbeat song. Sounds like okay. They were into it. But i feel like as a whole album with dose on on it it all just kind of works all flows. Maybe it's not as accessible. But like they said but just like. I love that they try something different. The trending nudism experiment without. It'd be like super spearmint like it's still plays. I still got to see her. They were way wasn't like did you do be. I think that is one like yeah definitely like you know what. Just give it a try. Just listen you might not like it by as worthy of worship i would say i would like to close one final question and i wanna directed towards taryn. Mma genuinely i need to know. Would you argue. Yes or no that. Don't panic is the best song of the garden. State soundtrack hoffman gardening roper. Sure that like the best. That sound chair is kinda stack. That's tart let go frou frou a truly florida song for the off of it that formative rendered i would say that's up there. I would say even though it was much older Only living boy in new york. My simon and garfunkel is a new tender. For best song on there i would say the state collines number aggregated. You like depending on the day. That could win. I think the nick drake song on their two zero seven. They have their own and waiting line. Like how do i think i for me. I would just i think also because i have watched since college which i'll keep it there so yeah let's talk but like richard legco like let go in heavier come up on the escalator. Yes like there's something about how it all works at. It does have that part and then they in the movie. The editing is kind of genius because then when it cuts away from him and goes back to her in the phone booth. It goes back to the beginning of the song. The instrumentals really like knew he had there. And you said that. I will never watch it again. 'cause has special because i was in college. I love this movie. Same what donnie darko. I'm never gonna rewatch it in the special place in time. But i would say like i was but yeah i think every two okay well now we know coldplay you suck you. Don't win the garden state more before. Though i wanna say discussion and mitch again. Thank you so much for being here in blood. You took part in this. Well thank you for having me a. Because i have been such a family play. Did step back So this is quite a few a high-school college fans i love love love love. Beige growing does somehow can get pushed aside. Yeah so the come back and relive a lot of those songs and albums and then discovers with everyday life which was kind of pleasant surprise. Like is ben blanchard. This was definitely one for me. Where you know i. I have been a fan of them. There have always been songs that i liked I loved viva la vida when it came out but then throughout the other the layer four. I sort of heard the singles and wasn't impressed and then never checked i. Would you write a. Why would you be my two favorite songs from them before. That don't panic and lovers in japan weren't hits so i should have known that they're not all you know but i just i never i didn't really ever bother to check them out until now and i'm really glad we did because there's i mean. I truly all eight of these albums. Have things worth listening. Abs- yes except x and y but the saying is that and thank you for the fans who are still listening to us even while we took a six month break as well. It's been really incredible to see. We really appreciate it. And also i wanna say as much as you know. We love and spiritual plate equal measure. All i can say. Is that chris martin. If you're listening give us permission to use one of your songs as the theme for a fourth. That'd be great. we'll international. Don't panic get it'd be a watch out of his pure bitterness towards us after hearing this he's gonna give us the rest of us ever glow that's just despite us take other fucker. He's not my skin rocky or can't do it. In the meantime guys thank you so much. We'll sing is always leave. a review. let us know. He's loo comment in the twitter. Facebook in the soundcloud in whatever apple music review thing on how. You're listening to listen to it. So thank you so much. We appreciate it. Mitch taryn is always. Always you guys bob answers.

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Evil Proud Boy Racist Video Platform Review

The Cave of Time

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Evil Proud Boy Racist Video Platform Review

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Our twitter banner. which was a picture enough of. The iconic image of. Derek show van kneeling on the neck of George Lloyd except we edited. So that George Floyd was the cave of time and Derek Show van kneeling on our neck was twitter there was a twitter bird. And they said that that was was not kosher. So we had to read remove that. So we are. We are back on back on twitter. But Yeah we've moved alive. How you feel Mike. Pretty good. This is going to be good episode. Of. Good content today today, we're going over CENSOR DOT TV. which interestingly enough you're not allowed to say on the Internet. It's it's pretty unbelievable pumpkin out of the way I I didn't know this. So, in the research I guess you'd say you know I, mean and Jason were messaging each other and we found that if you type in sensor DOT TV in your private messages. They they're blocked. You can't send them on. Them you cannot talk. On instagram and facebook. It's It's really interesting. They've censored. They've censored a website called Sensor Dot TV. They've they've made it a kind of self fulfilling prophecy. It's it's it's incredible. It's these people are incredible all and yes. So we're going to go through everything on that on that website I have looked at every single show on there and a lot of stuff to go through today Jason Did you Did you have anything to open before we get started? Yes. So if you don't know censor dot TV, you started by Gavin Mackenzie see the founder vice the. Founder of the pros he's you probably know Gavin Kennedy says if you know who we are But yeah I mean he's he got famously kicked off you what two years ago. Banned from Youtube banned from from live back from twitter, his twitter account. Yeah. and. So he started his own network it's ten dollars a month. ponied up iphone eight up. Eighty dollars there is a discount I got It was a I U. the atheism out stoppable discount and I- ponied up eighty dollars for the year I figured if I'm going to get a twenty percent discount. I might as well was the year was your woulda get. anyways, it was. I spent eighty US dollars for the whole. For the whole year, I figured it was better to get the discount on a big piece of money than than just a month and I guess it's kind of a risk. It is kind of a risk like I had. No idea was going to be on there. And Yeah. Let's let's go through it like I would say real quick. We we had an awkward moment there because I had muted my mic was moving the Pumpkin offscreen didn't mute. So there was an awkward moment where you are asking me things in the audience heard nothing but I'm back now go on. Yeah. Yeah So. I mean, let's let's just start that in like Luma lower read. Did you watch him read? Luma read I. Think it's loom word lumbered yet. I, have it in my notes that I thought it was luma read and then it just. Like wait a minute it's loom erred it's not Luma at I'm an idiot. Yeah it's it's. It's a verb rates she lures people. She. Lured what did you watch? Did you watch that show? I watched a little bit I mean I've already been very familiar with bloomer, very familiar with her type of content will be. Familiar with bloomer or her or content. So I mean I was watching it. I find kind of boring to be honest I saw a talk with faith Goldie. bloomer she she who is she? I guess under troubling your first big splash was the. Shakespeare. In Central Park Julius Caesar Performance where they had Julius Caesar depicted as Donald Trump and they stormed the stage during believe the murderer of Julius Caesar, which was Donald Trump and. It was with Jackie Sobek I think no Jack. Pacific or Jacob Wall I can't remember and. Yeah. There was a huge kerfuffle about that and she's kind of all about using A. Quote the left's tactic tactics against the left. So he should call them racists, anti-semites show do big protests like she was she protested outside twitter. She's currently. Senate senatorial candidate in. Remember which state but a Senate candidate in the US. She's I read that she was ranked Congress. I'm not familiar with her Her show seems kind of boring to me personally but you know she definitely has a fan base. So if you're if you're interested in more. Luma. doesn't seem to be too active recently a stall. That's kind of a problem with a lot of these shows they're not they're not active. Yeah I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine what do you mean not active I mean there there there's new videos almost every day right There is there are new videos every day, but not all the shows put out new content. Like. like some of them haven't had episodes in a year. Okay. In over a year. Yes. So Yet Luma read not much to say fixed. You know Joe Pigs have you heard of this Guy Yeah I knew Joe big. Bar. The Info wars crew before Yeah. If a war is. Correspondent I. Guess. So the other the other night you got, you weren't telling me like Jason could you could you watch Joe Bigs for this sensor, dot TV review because I can't stand to watch it I can't I just can't bring myself to watch videos. So I had some. I had some on and yeah, I I don't like watching it either I is. It feels like this guy is coming in my mouth like, Wow, I'm listening to him. He is just jerking off. Onstream. You reminds me at like I. Work in construction brought up a number of times before and he reminds me of some of the The really well, put together guys who are giving the safety meetings at various sites and like these are guys who like perfectly trim, beers. But they still look really manly and everything. But you can tell that there are also many manicured and they've got all the. Hobby horses, they they ride them. So well, they're talking about the Harley, Davidsons they're talking about. Fishing the size of my motor. And Joe Biggs will include fuck. Communists in all that stick. and. That's that's basically what like in the entire thing is like. Is just kind of. Like. Just stroking his kind of own ego and trying to be a leader on stream and I really don't like it because I don't feel like he is a leader to me. I will I will say I will say this though he does have I noticed he had some interesting guess. So he had dementia Sousa and had I saw Vance from the red elephants who I think are both interesting people to have on I have in my notes he's kind of like an overly optimistic cheerleader for the right wing and I think there's an appeal to of like working class people Like not not that I don't I, I can totally understand how. I can I can understand how a lot of people seem a cool guy like it's. He's covering a lot of things. It's not. It's not for me but I. Think I think again just like Laura Luma like I think he has an audience I. Think a lot of people would like it and that's kind of thing something that I thought overall There's kind of content for a lot of different people on here, which is interesting. Right like. some of the stuff that they have is kind of for intellectuals but some of it is not it's for just everyday people who wanna hear it way way way way which would show is for intellectuals. All the the what's it called the free speech debates very, very good. Very, very good. Yeah. I don't know if I saw Yeah. Yeah. Yes, there's a show called free speech it man this this would if they had more content, this would be V show to have. So like you're talking about Milo Yiannopoulos sitting down with Cornell West Kansas Owens also cornel west they had Michael Shurmur and diminished Sousa sit down and talk and the whole thing is like speeches band. So we have to go to speak easy and Gavin is the bartender and it's just he's serves people drinks and they have a conversation and one is from the left one is from the right the every single episode I like that I really enjoy. How how often do how often does that show release episodes because I didn't see that I only browse the most recent ones. They have not had a show on in a while imagine a lot of from scheduling because of Covid but like if that show is on one a month that or two a month. I think it would be worth the eighty dollars for the year just for that show just for that one show it's an excellent. You know like you you go spend eighty dollars. On on like a night out to the movies with your family these days right. You Use Finnair dollars having dinner easily dinner and drinks and you know if you were to get just that like two hours of that. A? month. I think that would be worth eighty bucks you know. It's it's an excellent show. My only complaint isn't there isn't more of it that it's a it's probably the best show on a would be the best show on there if there was more content. Yeah you should definitely check that out. I. Think he would like it. It sounds pretty cool. Yeah. I mean for the most part I just saying, Oh, we started going go list. No no go go go ahead because I was going to make a general statement honestly like I found it pretty pretty. Bad Luck I wouldn't I wouldn't say like don't subscribe to Censor Dot TV. It I didn't really have much expectations going into that was interested to see what was going to be like but. I. Found Myself. So we had wires crossed on this episode like I like we're going to do Ted Kaczynski the unabomber for this for the Halloween episode and we're going have other podcasters gasser. We will be guests on their podcast. But Man fucking guests sometimes in any case I thought we were still doing unabomber so. When I found out we're doing censor DOT TV review. Sto- I found myself rather than tuning in to enter DOT TV I'm like man I really prefer to just listen to like. The Unabomber's on audio books. You know. and. It's kind of funny the contrast This censored dot TV the whole thing is like where to bowl do brazen to politically incorrect the say anything and then eclipsed. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah well. Next month I can see I'm halfway through the book. We'll get neck smile on my goodness. Milo. Sorry. We've got a bit of a delay but Yeah it. Let's. Go on let's save it for next week. Let's say for next week. The I Milo Yannopoulos is also a big guy on there. I don't know if he's invested in censored dot TV with Gavin but it looks like they started it together either in a lot of material together and he's he's there lot. do this show Milo and I it's him. Data mcinnis it has its it hasn't been on any year and when it was on, it was only one or two a month It's just like more of the same kind of boring to be honest I normally like a lot of Milo content I normally like Gavin Mackenzie content but I, I, just feel like there's only so much you can. You can watch those kind of people like I don't really WanNa tune into them every day for the new is you know like so That shows. Okay. The CRTV archives is just like all Gavin McGinnis his old stuff that's up. CENSOR DOT TV presents this is like Gavin on the streets. He's like interviewing people I saw recent episode he was interviewing the walk away. From the left kind of parade or whatever It's Kinda like it's Kinda like a, who's that guy? WHO's that fat guy with the spoon? Who goes around on Youtube and so many people have this Kinda show where they just go around and they talk to people take that guy with A. SOCK debut. It's his name's Austin he's. I can't remember his name, but this is like like you've seen the show before it's a right wing guy and he's like interview people like Hey are left when people idiots and everyone's like gather idiots dislike rip on left wing people. It's it's okay like it's not it's not. It's not great. It's not bad. You see the show. Premiered I think this week the Lotus show. I couldn't get it to work I. couldn't get wouldn't work tried ten different ways I try with a VPN, it wouldn't work. Yeah. Why I watched just earlier today I watched the first half of it and. I really initially was disliking it because it's this kind of. Girl. Intellectually intellectual mildly good-looking girl who's like I'm into right wing politics two and you can you know it so many guys are finding over this girl and that's half of the appeal and so I was like I really don't want to hear your opinions to be honest but. It's actually. Pretty well, produced show now I mean not not like high production value, but there's a there's an artsy quality quality to it, which is lacking in any other show on on the on the platform Yeah, it's got a different kind of entertainment value She's she's talking about right wing talking points and everything but. Like the first episode starts off and she's bound. By, the hands and she starts talking about all these like like I said right wing talking points and then later in the show she out and then she's in. The back of the car, a car getting kidnapped while still talking about like right wing talking points. So they've got all this kind of surreal. Almost I wouldn't say David Lynch ask but in that direction. Like artistic level to it which I appreciated. Yeah I don't I. Don't know how I don't I didn't get to see the show. So I'll check it out I can't get it to work though I. Well, I don't know why won't play computer. That's interesting. One of the things that I was going to say about it so First of all, it's cool that through your APP through your account I was I was asked accessing the an APP on my phone though some degree you can share this with other people. And the. The APP was. Very, well, done actually, the user interface was very intuitive it was much more responsive, much more reliable, much more easy to use than even something like shoot is currently very, very professionally done very little hiccups. There's a couple of minor things I would complain about, but they're so minor and few and far between that I won't even mentioned the. OPPOSITE EXPERIENCE DESKTOP Website. It's Buggy L. it doesn't automatically log me in. So I have to like I'll go to click on a video and then it's like you're not logged in it. Back to the homepage again, and then I have to go find the video again, I'll play videos and they won't they won't play off to refresh to get them to play. This. Exact opposites might of my experience with the active used the APP at all. I haven't tried the post whatever I'll let because we're not. We're like not supposed to share an account like. Do that well, it was like well if. If Jason uses the APP and Canada and I use the website like maybe they'll just think I'm using EPA. They won't be able to catch on. The APP is great because you can. You can download just the audio of any show that you want and you can play it yet. You just play it like a podcast. That's that's wicked. I'm telling you it's a sweet APP. It's a sweet APP. I was really surprised by how good it was actually. Wow that is a big plus actually at that would that would honestly. Like I was kind of on the fence about recommending this I think that seals the deal to be honest like having an app where you can just download it and you don't have to like you know how you have to leave you to open and hit the. Hit Your screen offers. No it's not like that at all. It's not at all. Yeah. Like I'll walk on my house and the Internet will switch from like. To my my data and Youtube freezes all the time and fucks up like I. I just wish I download audio how much money did it work in two months? So like normally it's ten dollars a month. But if you like every single creator on Youtube, we'll give you twenty five percents percent discount if you use the code. So the one that I use. Atheism stoppable. I. Got The I got the whole thing for eighty bucks us for the year. Yeah. That's not bad. That's not it's not that bad like. Everyone has a lot of like I have net flakes and I know people, Netflix's Disney plus Hulu like. It's getting expensive man having media is more expensive than it used to be just to have cable now and you like I mean you get a lot more but there's only so much media you can digest. In in in your day, right. So like you you have to pick and choose what what you're going to pay for, right? Yeah. You really need to like some of these like you would really need to be like Gavin McInnes fan or like fan of like a really solid fan of any of these guys for me to recommend it. I mean when it's free when I'm accessing accessing it through your accounts, I, like it. I like that it's there. Maybe once every couple of weeks. All WanNa Watch something but as far as using it daily even weekly. honestly for me like I I enjoy watching Gavin McInnes contact from time to time I. Enjoy watching a I use content from time to time. A bunch of people on their enjoy watching the content from time to time. But only when they're covering something I'm interested in on that doesn't happen too often like you know maybe one in seven. Videos it is is unstoppable maybe one in seven of his videos or WanNa watch you know and yeah and okay like let's talk about that. Atheism is unstoppable was banned from Youtube I like multiple times and then I guess he was on Bitchy for a while. But like he he does this exclusively for a living. This channels fucking amazing. Man It. This guy is consistently putting out content today I watched an episode is an hour and twenty minutes of content and I was laughing out loud like it is absolutely hilarious I. Love Him taking on T. Whitey like I. Love the Shit that puts out I heard a Gavin talking about that he's pulling in Sensor Dot TV a lot of money to like they got they got a Lotta subs off of oriented I heard I heard I heard that Devon Tracy's saying like, Oh, I just moved like a God a lot of money now like so apparently I think he got paid pretty well I don't know how they get paid but. yeah like apparently it's working out well for him. A. Few people that they started if they wrote the cave time podcast maybe and some other people. They wrote the podcast I think it would really take off for that. I think I think. that. Would put the no jokes. Some of this stuff like dusty bogin. That's one of the guy's name right like. It's like. Our content is objectively better. It's actually objectively better except the content is just garbage like who would watch this I'm thinking half the time. And if you look at like comments like no, but it's a graveyard like nobody you know like US amazing. He gets like thirty or forty CARMAN's for video. So there's not a lot of interaction on the comments, but you can tell like the biggest shows get you know under her comments and their shows with zero like nothing nobody is saying anything dusty bogin. Man So does he bogan is this like Australian? Guy. He's a proud boy. His content is garbage. It's awful I don't know how the fuck I guess if you're just a proud boy, Gavin just lets you on I don't know what the fuck is going on. Maybe he doesn't have to pay or something what is the show doing on there? It's terrible. It's terrible. I watched one episode and I couldn't watch anymore like I I watched episodes and the entire time I was like this must just be a bad part of the episode. This much be like is going to pick up it can't all be like this in it was all like that for an hour or whatever it was. Yeah I. think that might be the worst show on there there's there's. Just trying to get through. Did you watch Friday nights Friday nights. Alright. Yeah. Yeah. The Milo Hill Yeah. Nights all rights. Men, what the fuck, the production on. That was fucking terrible on some of the episode like I guess like the first couple of episodes it took him to while to get a set built and stuff but like the sets awkward, they didn't have regular. Mike's then I saw episode they had one Mike that they were sharing and then like. They didn't have a table. So you're looking at like everyone like there's this one episode I watched driven was wearing shorts and you're looking awkwardly at their like legs and I'm like, what the fuck like, who framed this, what is on like? Gavin. Mackenzie. Really normally excellent. At this kind of stuff because you know he worked in media and whatever broadcasting for. So long the his shows. Really really good. But like Milo Milo will do shit like I don't know if you've seen as old shit where he used to just use his laptop kind of like I am right now and he's got his iphone headphones in and the and the Mike Milo has no fucking idea what he's doing with like aesthetic which is weird because he's gay he loves aesthetic. You know maybe he's like technically retarded or something I don't know what the Fox up with Milo but the ASO like I mean I guess if you like mile that's a good show. Did you watch copper cab? Did you watch Nicole actually I didn't I've been familiar with them though but yeah. I don't know I don't know like I can't figure this guy out I cannot figure them out. I. Don't know if he's trolling I don't know this is an act he's on like copper cab famously had a fucking boxing match with Gavin like they famously have a feud and he's like he he's getting paid to be on the network own me. they patched it up like is not a current viewed. I guess I guess. So he was remember what he strands when he was like I'm a woman and now he's not anymore. Yeah and his his show was like Fuck Gavin Focus Network I'm Gonna I'm GonNa fucking I'm better than all these fucking shows on his garbage GonNa fuck and rip it apart and a Mike. I don't like copper tablet. What the fuck is going on like how did this happen if you like opera cab? I mean that's where he is. I guess he's just not allowed on any other platform. Did you watch did you watch so F- I've I've seen her a lot before. At briefly tune into one and seemed like it was the same content she used to make on Youtube I believe she got banned off Youtube to, and that's why he's there. I mean. I'm not a fan of self. It's like it's okay for like. Five minutes or something but like. You know what I'll give this to her like it's it's well written and it comes out consistently. So if you like it, it's there. It's reliable. Ten minute segments. I just feel like she would be better on another platform. I think like she would do a lot better on on a platform. Like Youtube why band? That's she's there. Yeah did you watch the Wayne Debris spill? Yeah. I did watch a little of it. What do you think of that? I think it was pretty basic Republican. It looks like a low budget Fox News panel. In conservative takes I'd like the only appeal is like always black he's up conservative I think it's like slightly further right than the average Fox News host. Maybe. Maybe maybe it's not a bad show. It's not it's not terrible like it's okay. I mean, they said absolutely nothing of value the entire time I do but. I mean like I feel like I feel like a lot of news is like that. So if like basic news, you might like that show. I think I Like this this. If you like Boring News, you might like. But like But you know what? I could see people buying this like if you wanna spend the money and have news. You. Could you could use a site Fred, you could just get all your neutral here. Yeah, you think it's sufficient. Yeah. I mean they put out yeah. If maybe not for you me, we're kind of like news junkies though at this point I think we're I think we're like tuned in more than ninety percent of people. Oh, for sure. Yeah. Yeah. But for most people I think I think it'd be fine. I got punk Rock Patriot do you how my God terrible this is fucking terrible. So there's not been an episode since March twenty. First, this guy is a conservative Latino from California. I. Got Another proud boy. Oh. My God. He's like. He's like Libertarians like he's go. He's got this fucking boring attitude that concerns me I don't care if you're gay or straight or whatever. But to me, the Democrats are the real racist. I am Republican like. It's just that's what's so crazy to me is like I'm walking the stuff and it's it's censored dot TV we can't even exchange direct messages not even public messages just messages between you and me willing participants in the conversation we can't talk about it on Instagram we can't talk about it on twitter and talk about it on facebook and I'm watching the content and Seven years ago, eight years ago. This wouldn't have even been edgy on Youtube. This wouldn't even stood out on Youtube and now it's like where the sea hit on some of the stuff some of the stuff isn't even engine now like I'm watching the free speech conversations which I said, my might be the best thing on there and I'm like this fits on Youtube there's no reason why this can't be on youtube except for the fact that Gavin McGinnis standing in the shot like. He's the boogeyman or something I mean, Hey, I'm coming off of like you know. Constantly, listening to Ted Kaczynski's voice in my ears the past week and the they just seem like censor TV. But the most part they all seem totally on board with like like the mainstream like bill they'll be like, yeah we agree a racist is the worst thing you can be and we hate racist we're gonNA hunt them and we like we hate them. But we have a different opinion on who is racist like in that and that's the thing that's that's what's so crazy. And Yeah, I mean like what? So there is. There is some stuff like. Gavin McInnes was talking about. He he was talking about how like Hunter Biden fucked Obama's daughter or something and I was looking up I was like that that did not happen. There's no way that happened and so like he kind of promote some conspiracy theory I guess news I don't own up about that. I don't know enough about that. My understanding is our need to fact check this to luckily were not on streaming on Youtube right now. So I can say whatever the fuck I want to some extent but I did I did I have seen the picture There's a picture of him cutting coke with. A woman's daughters credit card. Now, this might have been like doctor and I'm not really sure I should look that up right now and look. into it. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So apparently like she lost her credit card in the club and somebody and he found it. All calm on. That's a big convenient. So the the picture the picture I've seen is just a credit card like he's not in the pitcher. Yeah but it's on his lap. With him holding. Oh No I haven't, but it's on his laptop I read I read I read that this picture was circulated like two years ago. It already seen it. Oh Yeah. That's what I. Read. She lost she lost her her credit card in club and somebody started cutting cope with it taking photos. Okay and. Then there's a photo of him like fucking a blackjack from behind and like you can't see what it is but They like all they have the same haircut and it's like well, I mean that's like. I'm not GonNa take that to the liberal news media as proof. I find it very hard to believe that a like a woman in the circle. Face slopes. Slopes is by no means Gospel. But they're saying there's zero evidence and I I'll just take them at their word for that like yeah. I find it pretty hard to believe that like you you are Malia Obama and you're going to want to date. A creep like hundred Biden like this dude is fucking disgusting. He's disgusting he dated his his brother's widow. Like he's he's a fucking crack addict like I I just find it so impossible to believe you know. Army I don't think I. Don't think Obama's daughters are like huge catches or something it's not like they're. Man. No but they're like men men you know how much like did they must get their way like just being thrown at them all the time. I don't know okay wealth and fame just for the wealth and it's the same with with same with hundred. Yeah I mean I just don't see it like the power dynamics. So different like you know it's so much easier for women to get like high level men that is for men to get high level women and the kind of women that hunter is sleeping with like like he he might be having sex with underage like prostitutes in Thailand and stuff like we like it's ridiculous. This guy, this guy is fucking insane. So I mean, we got that punk Off The record I do not care for this Kinda. Shit it's Gavin McInnes going through his record collection I'm a pretty big fan of punk music but like I don't want to get music advice from Gavin McInnes like it's just he's he's old and out of touch and he doesn't know enough about music where Michael like he's doing on this. It's just like if I showed you the music I like and be like, yeah. All right. That's cool. Like why would you care about my opinion? You know I'm not an expert I don't have anything interesting to say, I just be like, Hey, check out the song my like it and that's it. So like I don't Wanna I don't WanNa pay for show about it. You know. Oh. Yeah fuck. What else we got we got fighting with Larry Barnes this is I don't understand this fits on here at all. So it's Larry Barnes who I guess is an old boxer commenting on boxing matches and like I, don't care about sports. I guess if you like sports, this might be good I don't understand why this is not an youtube though why doesn't he just put a show on Youtube? The only thing is game against isn't it some time? So I guess the can't I guess they just canceled on Youtube because he's he must be friends with Kevin McGuinness or something yeah. Well, I mean they definitely. They definitely, the the center piece is like political incorrectness but. Obviously they're going for more of a broader. Image Right. So it's like it's not like every single thing on there needs to be edgy or everything on there needs to be something that would be censored from Youtube. So Censor TV. The whole point of it is like this is too hot for Youtube. This is too hot for the Internet and like. You can't. It's. It's fucking insane like nobody nobody I know would would pay for this nobody around a single person. Yet like most people I know if you talking about gambling us to like, oh diet dot guy like the white nationalist, the new Nazi like twenty is like in the at every opportunity there like I hate races anti Nazi like. It's insane to think that this guy is is a danger. It's fucking vanity like the the amount of fear that is around Gavin McCann s is is so unwarranted and it's so like the myth is propagated that. Did. He did have some clips. He did have some clips around twenty sixteen where he was like saying like, let's beat the shit out of people like. Yeah. Okay. He's talking about like if you're growing if you're in a fight with Antiga, just kick the shit out of them like don't put up with a shed. Yeah. Somebody should somebody should kick the shit out of ANTIFA they're burning down cities they're burning cities to the fucking ground they're breaking into two shops and ruining everything they're they're destroying modern civilization, but it's in the neighbouring statue in the name of antiracism Mike. The voice on her. Can. You imagine have you seen the arrest of these people have seen what they look like the meth addicts? Imagine. Imagine you're like a native American or disenfranchised black person and you're like Oh whoa is me life is so hard like I just struggling so much race them everywhere, and these are the people that come to your aid. You'd be like You, know what? I'll just take care of it myself. I'm good. I'm fucking good I. Don't want you guys anywhere near this problem. Don't help me with this. You guys are fucked. You got your fucking problems. Light Shit out like who want them to help you who'd want Antifa to help you in any situation it's fucking ridiculous. Oh my God. Let me just finish up here. So we got like Gary's mailbag this I do not understand to his guy is he some drunk or retarded guy or maybe both? Male that goes to get off my lawn. It's a cower Howard, stern kind of feeling to it from like the nineties the kind of like. Howard Stern. You stop stupid people on all the time and kind of just make fun of them. I. Mean I never really watched the show but here A up and then we got. Man Up with Jacob Wall, I? Guess this is kind of like. Their. Know who Jacob Ball is because I don't know I mean we've talked on multiple episodes but yeah and I think he might have been the one was either or Jack Sobek with Laura Luma but yeah, it could ball pose a lotta stunts. I mean just. I've talked about on previous episodes like he did that Elizabeth Warren. Sex Slave. Press. release. Thing. He's pulling a lot of. Stunts, in the media notes are just not get Netflix. While they couldn't I. Don't think. He's Nick flenaise light like he's more boring and has worse takes and he's not as interesting. He's Brenswick does. I mean you know what? If you like that kind of stuff maybe that maybe you like that show but it's not for me again and then I guess the best show on there is get off my lawn. It's Gavin McInnes going through news every day for like two hours Yeah like I was. Quite a few episodes of that and it's pretty good if you're the kind of person who I mean you could. You could probably just watch this once a day or once every couple of days whenever comes out. and. You could probably get all your news from there you like you probably fine you'd know what's going on in the world. If you're not a big news junkie if you're not big into it, it could be it could be a replacement for like. Watching Fox or watching watching any right wing news they like. You know it's it's a pretty decent show. Very funny. It's well produce His? His fucking Tech Guy Fuck Shit up so much and he just makes fun of them all the time though I don't know why doesn't fire that guy? Guy Only. Ryan cats who rivera a I. I. that's part the show though like, yeah, I guess. But I I always feel like Ryan's more or rather Gavin's more of an asshole than the guy's fucking shit up like the guys doing a decent job most of the time and Gavin just astle. Maybe. Like if Jamie Foxx something up Joe Rogan. Dory both it's no no I. I. I feel the same way about the Jeroen. Rogan. Show I feel like he's kind of like shows. Rogan can't do this stuff that James doing and Jamie's doing it like ninety, nine percent of the time. Flawless. Yeah. Yeah. So like that guys like the Robin on Howard, stern although there's like a, there's a format where people have chip they have like a sidekick. You know and so that shows Dutch was pretty good. I would definitely recommend that and that's everything that's everything that's on there. So it's not a huge amount of content. It is not I think you'd probably get like maybe two hours a day Oh content total on average. And I don't I, don't know if there's plans to expand it. it's not that bad though like I will I would say like, okay would you would you recommend this? Here's here's my question. Would you recommend this and if so who would you recommend? It's wired. He said like if somebody is a big fan of anyone or any number of people on the platform then yeah. Sure. like if they're a big fan of Milo AAU Gavin. Or some of those lesser known people than Yeah. Sure. But Yeah I think I think I'm going to enjoy it for the year I. Think it's Nice to have alpha go second year it'll depend what happens 'cause like if. They're going to need for me to fork over another eighty bucks. They're going to have to get some better people on. It all they're gonNA get more contact is like their biggest stuff kind of leaked. So like Milo Nick, winters interview that you can watch that on Youtube. WAS THAT ON CENSOR TV originally. Yeah. It's. It's the I believe it's is. Friday. Night is all right show. Okay. Yeah. I did watch that on Youtube before and like Gavin puts out, I can thirty minutes of a show on Youtube, which is probably enough for most people. atheism stoppable is bitch shoot he puts it like. Fifteen minutes every show ageism staple. It has the best fucking show on their man. That's my favorite show by fire. Fuck incredible. Yeah. Yeah I don't know I don't. Know I really I. Really I was really upset when he got. It's the reason. It's the reason I even looked at censor TV to be. On us. Yeah, there's he's getting a lot of hate on Bitchy people like fucking Jew get. Stopping stopping by to pay we we get that to we get. We get the fucking Jew stuff on to. Like a lot of people are angry at the Jews on Bichir but we love bitch you shout. It's it's where we where we exist it's we've been where we come in exile to where we're allowed to. Conversation. Looking at sanity, it's fucking sanity. Some I was talking to somebody like why do you want those people to watch your show like why are you going after that audience and I was like I'm not like it's the only place. I'm allowed to have a show. I'm not a laptop shown anywhere else. What do you want me to do? Where should I put it? In what sense are we even going way way way? No, there's. There's a lot of fun. There's a lot of fine people bid shoot. What is what is wrong with like? What you just do you like I'm originally I I'm I'm one of the people on shoot. Yeah why? What's? I don't. Like. Like it bitch. If they got their shit together would be a better site than youtube it would be it just would be. Yeah. Well. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because then it also I mean the content as it is like we said in a previous episode, they need the more mainstream stuff there too like they need the kind of cat videos like the sports. Like the you know fart spray videos. Yeah they need the I mean just like what you know you see big platforms anyone who is worried about being censored has a bit you to count. Well Yeah. Pretty much I mean even like you got like basic people like temple. I, Love I love Tim pulls attitude. He's like I'm on the verge of being canceled and it's like to like you're the most mainstream newest guy on earth like you're not no one's GonNa believe temple stop telling people that. Is Looking out it. But I could see somebody like Tim Pool on Central TV I could see some I like that. Gavin's got Gavin's got assigned more talent. He's got if he wants us to. If, he wants us to work. And yet like you said before we it's funny enough like we would fit in perfectly there we actually would. Yeah, I, mean, a lot of our production quality is probably it's substantially better than like bogans or something. New. Milo Milo. Milo. Just tastes somebody do it. You're flicking rich just pay some fuck. I don't think he's rich anymore man. He'll think so. Well maybe shouldn't have blown all that money on fucking DC all the ridiculous Jedi happened parties throw. Man Maybe should have been more conservative with his wallet and not so much as ideas. The. I mean. Yeah I. Guess I guess that's pretty much everything on their Juvenille overall. Oh no the you know who jim goad is. Yeah, actually. So that was that was one of the things that I kind of. Turn. My head a little further towards sensor dot TV winner because I used to listen to their podcasts from time to time they were kind of like in my rotation. Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah. I I always didn't like when they started doing the kind of like buddy buddy talking about music and you know like personal stories and just like outside of political commentary, their political commentary sometimes funny. Sometimes even inciteful. But when I tuned into it on censor dot. TV It seems like all they're doing is talking about like. Beef stew and. Throwing football. It's like it's like it's just it's totally banal boring to me. I didn't like it. I didn't like it at all I. didn't know they had a show before I'd never heard of them before. I Dunno JV beverly is. The. Most recently co host, Jim. Jim. Goad. Me For. Himself writing a pretty good writer a lot. A lot of people actually even some mainstream people really respect is writing. rednecks manifesto and I think it's called the new church ladies one of his book where he says like. like the left wing right now and like left wing women who are like policing. Social Justice and making sure there's ratio and gender and sexual. Equality they're kind of like the new church ladies are the ones who used to. Ensure that nobody was sending everybody was going to church and all these things. Now it's they are the new church lady. So he kind of made a name for himself writing books about that type of stuff. Yeah, that's interesting. Do you. Like. Do you know the name of the book? Yeah. I think it's called the I think it's called the new church ladies. Let me just look real quick. I think I would check that out. That's that sounds pretty interesting. So maybe you know what? Maybe I'll give that show a second look like there I've got it for a year maybe I'll maybe it'll get the new church ladies the extremely uptight world of social justice. All. Right. Then then that that that's yeah. All right. So you got another decent decent guy on their decent show. I would recommend you know if you're at all interested, just pay just pay ten dollars go use the coupon coke at twenty, twenty, five percent off at his driver month like ten dollars bringing the bank to try for more month. All. I would say it's definitely worth writing for ten bucks like you ten bucks. You can't even see movie today for ten bucks. You can't do anything for ten bucks is a beer is a beer in Toronto one beer Throws fucking expensive. That's a decent tipper. Well, I'm Brown. So I'm not. Seven bucks for you. Separate. Yeah. I mean I guess. I guess I mean that's short and sweet but I guess that's it like unless you have anything else to say. Not Not really like. I not in a insulting way at all. I'm just unimpressed like there's I don't have much to say about it like it's a god, it's all right. That's my review. My view is like, oh, it's all right. Like if you're a big fan of any of these guys, check it out. There is really good. The APP is really good that that is five at five stars for me. Well maybe I'm wrong feel point nine I got a couple of his. Reviews slightly more positive side say try for month if you like it. You like it. If not, you lost ten bucks, I'd say it's definitely worth one month for drive for shark if you're at all conservative. I do not see anyone liberal likeness at all if you're a liberal. There's no liberal content on there. I mean, there are some open minded liberals like you know I mean I I for a lot of my life I've loved watching the far right and far left political stuff. So I could see somebody who just wants to add insight into that spirit of thinking enjoying the content. Yeah. That's true. That is true. But I mean, everyone's so like everyone's so fucking. Adam not atomised divided right now. I feel like I. Feel like people will arise pick a side. Yeah, they're polarized. Like I feel like people who like to watch left-wing new is do not like like if you're a grant Glenn Greenwald fan knocked you're not gonNA check out right wing stuff. You just think that all those if you're in that sphere that circle you're just like all those people are fucking terrible racists, I don't have anything to do with them and you don't you don't like it's just the rumor, but you don't watch the show so you never know. Yeah. I. Say check it out. So Thanks to our sponsor censor TV for. You in all seriousness likely. Let's say there was an opportunity to go on censor TV. Would you take? I think it would. It would like just like just the audience that we would make ourselves if we did it for six months even. Like the amount of people, we would get eyeballs would be unbelievable. Yeah I don't think people realize how hard it is to come up not having or. Want to say out of the box I don't even think we're that out there but. I mean if you listen to a previous episodes, the amount of. Tech Bullshit that we've been through that we can prove that we can actually prove we've been through as far as shadow banning on Reddit shadow banning on twitter banned videos on. Youtube. What else suspension on twitter? I'm sure there's more that I can't even think of right now these are just the things that we can prove I mean it's kind hard to come up and gain a following. When you're facing all these hurdles, you have to constantly be vigilant. I'm not even going to mention censor dot TV in the description or title of this for any of the mainstream platforms that we put this on podcast will not have censored dot. TV. In the title or description might not even mention Gavin McInnes his name. Because we all constantly have to worry about these things and yeah, just huge hurdles to get over for an up and coming person whereas a lot of these people who made their names got like you know followings of tens of thousands of people like even two three years ago the landscape online is changed. Yeah I mean there's There's this like liberalizing of the me of the. Of the Internet media as it becomes mainstream, you know we're getting to the age where. Know, we are the last generation. That remembers what life was like before the Internet. We Are we are going to be the last human beings who didn't have the Internet when we were growing up until almost two intil the revolution Mike when it all disappears. Until ANTIFA fucking burns of Burns America to the ground and then there's no more Internet. or or or? Or? They. Or they released Kaminsky or Kaczynski. It's. Yeah Yeah Oh man. That's I can't wait for that that episode but I don't WanNa get into now because we're GonNa talk about next week. there's there. It's ridiculous like I'm we're almost forty like in a couple years will be forty. and. You, know like little more than a couple but yeah. But you know what I mean like we're GonNa hit a tipping point where. Half of half of the developed world will not know what life was like without the Internet. Half of this half of the people alive and eventually people won't know what it was like to be able to do what you want it on the Internet. Yes. Yes. That's true too. So like the Internet is being more and more What would you say? What's the word like monitored? Controlled monitored or controlled censored I wonder if I wonder if people will even be allowed to go on in the future without a license, like you might have to get a broadcasting license to go on well recently, there have been cases of people getting warnings I'm not sure if they were locked out of their account, but they got warnings or things that they put in their playlists on youtube videos that they made themselves. Yeah. Yeah. They're watching leader bladeless what and what? Put. Wait. Wait wait wait wait. Wait wait but that content that's youtube that has has put this content on their platform. LEANING GOING On can't watch our content that we allow on our website. You can't put it in a playlist watch our content, we will ban you. Or we will shut on your calendar. Band Oh man I'm just I'm just going through messages just seeing this stuff where it's Instagram we were messaging on instagram. I'd normally don't like to do that and it's a long story. But yeah, just the not allow me to send messages that have the text center dot TV in them. Insane. But I'm just growing through a message is trying to find because actually sent you. Some of this stuff with people not being able to them or rather getting a warning message for you from Youtube for what they put in their playlists. Might Take it might take a minute or two. Oh, and there's just getting suspended from twitter. Yeah if you WANNA keep talking I'll try to look it up. You hear me. We might be an own. We've talked about this before. Yeah. If you go if you go look at our big. Big Tech Censorship podcast. We talk about this in-depth like the Internet the landscape of the Internet is completely changing and it's not. It's crazy like if you're twenty years old if you're fifteen, you know if you're if you're a young person like you don't understand the Internet used to be a place where you could see anything, you could go and look it anything can put up anything it's not. It's not like that anymore it's really like. This you gotta understand like we do not have controversial opinions like we don't do not have these. We do not have army. How are you? How do you define? Normal lives. Why I mean just like the overtone window like Do you think we're that far outside of the overton window? today I think I, think I, think I mean I think I push it. Yeah. A huge delay right now with zoom huge delays awkward. Sorry. I got a delay. Man. That's a funny moment in the in the playback that you'll hear. You think I don't think so I disagree, I don't think we're that far outside of the overton window. And it certainly it certainly I mean I've changed my opinions as I get older but like it seems like the window is shifting quickly very quickly I think saying that I still don't think we're that far. Saying that. Men and women are different on average in more than just biological characteristics is outside the overton window at this point. Yeah do you think maybe right? Do you think saying that free speech is important is outside of the overton window at this point I. Don't think that everybody says even Justin Trudeau came out today. We've had since since our bit shoots episode. Went got kind of popular since we got enough. Four are Paris terror attack beheading of Samuel Patty video. Coverage. Since that happened, there have been two subsequent terror attacks in France. Priest got shot and we had another beheading. Dressing Trudeau is come out and made a statement on this and he said, well, he condemns terrorism. We should also acknowledge that free speech has its limits. Yeah I don't. It doesn't make any sense. How can you have free speech with limits? How. Can You? Bring that up because it's it's a it's a continuing story from our previous coverage. But also to say that everybody different defends free speech. It's very popular to say I defend free speech even someone like Justin Trudeau who says free speech is great but it has limits. I guess. So I guess. So maybe I don't know I don't know where we live I duNno I dunno where we live that. But anyways is there anything you have for for Grad badly wanted to talk about I guess we could talk about the Paris attacks a little bit I mean we feel like we've already been looked I think we feel like we're talking about grab bag right now yeah. Yeah, Yeah Yeah I mean you see the? There's one thing I do want to say there's one thing I wanna say I got my direct message to you. Fact checked by INSTAGRAM. It was a direct quote. Do you remember this direct quote from Joe Biden and we had a fact checker. I got a pop up on my screen. See why fact checkers say this is false. It's a direct quote from Joe Biden. It's a direct quote from Joe, Biden. It's about the eight year old child saying they WANNA be checked transgender to make life easier. They've got a right to transition. There's no reason for you to deny. Literally I have listened to this clip I've listened to it before and instagram. Factor for me. What did they say? What? What did they say about it I do not remember this I sent this to you I do I do remember. I remember but I don't remember was a contact all. Right now well, it says fact checkers Davis is false and you can click on it. I'm going to pull it up in like my actual messages so I can click on that. There's this. There's this fucking thing that's happening on websites like slopes where they'll be like. Someone on the laughable say something like that. So they'll be like. They'll say something like. Any transfer some has the right to transition. Even if they're five years old or something, they'll say that that'll be real quote and the right wing will be like no, this is this is nonsense. This is so bad and then people like that's actually not true and when you go and you look into it, it's like We, we rule this out as false because although they did say that in the past they have said something that is kind of different. Yeah and you're like, wait what what They said it's not fall. Over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. Just. fucking today I was reading the verge the verge like. That's a real thing like that's not A. Nothing website that's not a nothing website, right? Yeah I mean it exists look I've heard of it before in why PULL THIS UP AT THE The while you're doing it, I can say what instagram said false information in your post post contains the same information as opposed reviewed by independent fact checkers it may have small differences independent fact checkers at associated, press in USA Today say it's false. A notice was added to your post on October twenty second. And then there's the full fact check which I guess I could probably scroll because he did a screen shot I sent to you. So click the links on them I'm trying to find the actual post I sent you. It lets us this is the verge. This is the verge on the twenty eighth Joe Rogan is already letting Alex Jones spread misinformation on spotify show, and so like this, this is the verge reporting Joe Rogan's podcast has only been available on spotify since September that's not true. The first the first line is a lie I've been watching the Joe Rogan show on Youtube still and I've been watching it. I've been listening to the PODCAST. It's still in the RSS feeds it's not only on wait sorry. The quote you to said was was true not to nitpick but Do you WanNa directly quote that again because it sounded true to me. Show podcast has only been available on spotify since September. That's not true. So what was available on spotify before then? Oh. Okay. So like okay. So it's only been on spotify like it just now is on sponsor Iras Witherspoon. True or not. But yeah. No. I'm reading it like. You can't get. Yeah No, no. No, you're right. You're right. You're right. That is that is. That is what it says. Okay let's move on this Logan, flow? contract. Out L.. Did they remove the fact check on it with? I don't know dude you can check the screen shots chat like they checked me but it's weird I'm scrolling back up Tober seventeenth now. Yeah. I I. Don't know what the fuck is going on with instagram right now I'm not gonNA keep on searching for this though it's taking forever. Yeah. All right. So we got the US coming up on Tuesday. Obviously it's kind of a big deal to some people. I mean it looks like Joe Biden is going to win I. Don't think Donald Trump has a hope. I don't I don't. Really even mainstream sources are saying. I. Think I think they're lying to us because. Liberals to go out and vote. Yeah. This is ridiculous like every. Every fucking. Every single single poll says that he has no chance of winning like the K.. So all of mainstream media is against him, twitter and facebook. Sorry I'll stop you at point eight. What do you mean? Every single poll says he has no chance of winning. Every single poll I see shows Jill Biden like ahead. Yeah. But he's within the margin of error in a lot of the bowls now man like. What what what states does he within the margin of error on a All the battleground states often pose the knows. Yet. No I I am not seeing any of that information everything I've looked at ten point lead eight point lead fifteen point lead like in bowel groundless. Album states. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm saying we're talking about what like Pennsylvania. Florida A white main. Florida Georgia North Carolina Ohio. I mean like. All the major right we delete wire and stuff like that. It's not looking good. Oh No, no, no, no no sorry I I. Agree it's not looking good. Are you just when you say no, hope it died I think there's a decent chance. I mean like. I think you broke brought an interesting point though. It doesn't. It doesn't matter. It doesn't look like in fifty years. Is there anything that's going to be if Jill Biden wins or DONALD TRUMP WINS? Well I mean I will say that. So when like let's say Joe Biden gets in it's looking likely that he will If Not Joe Biden's administration administration like his in the very soon future is going to be trying to pass hate speech laws. They're going to try to pass hate speech laws and a lot of things that are changing in the states a lot sooner than they otherwise would have a you're right like it's even even if trump wins, it's going to happen eventually but I kind of liked those things having slower at least like maybe not in my lifetime that like. The country that twitter exists in that facebook exists in are going to then be empowered by these. Trudeau ask. ways of looking at the world. Politically and have the legislative system behind them and it's Kinda scary. Yeah. It's very troublesome to be honest like I really feel like people take things like free speech for granted and I feel like it's such a slippery slope and people don't realize. Like how quickly things will move in a bad direction. You know people are literally can have liked their bank account shut down they're not gonNA get jobs. They're going to be like a homeless like there's there's GonNa be serious consequences and there's going to be serious consequences to like. Like you might think, oh, it's not a big deal like all I don't care about it. I don't care what hate speech I'm not a hateful person. I would never say anything hateful but like they're going to be things where you're not allowed to read Mark Twain because the N. Word isn't huckleberry Finn. These are the things that are going to happen already already they've ban that book from basically every school I think in the Western world. You're not allowed to read Mark Twain in elementary school right now because it's got the N. Word in it. This is insanity. This is this is actually insanity like one of the greatest riders to ever come out of the America you're not allowed to read him in school. This, is this is. Just imagine like, well, how long is it going to be until they ban Shakespeare like like you know what? What the fuck is going on what the fuck is going on with these people. We'll be ill you. So I go on Iou I owe you a bottle of whisky. You'd said something about that. But why? The judge was confirmed ACP. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what does that? For me as long as as long as Joe Biden die that's three. It's too. It's too. If Joe. Biden doesn't die. It's two Oh really that's it. I thought I thought it was okay. Okay. I have to go back to one guy this was the second game the first one I can't remember. So the first one was I thought Kamala Harris was going to be president and the second one was definitely made more than three bets on bottles of whiskies. Track yeah. We gotta keep in track like a towel. But. I. Actually. Going I actually bought the bottle today. Yeah, it's a lack of WHO and ten. So all right. I'm not sure if I've had that. So that's exciting. Yeah. Yeah. Fight you know. So we got that ACB ACP getting through Joe Biden talking about packing the court the whole the whole fucking Supreme Court is going to go to shed sooner or later. LIBERALS ARE NOT GONNA put up with this so they're just not gonNA put up with it. I don't I. DON'T WANNA move too far away from what we're previously talking about an ob ss being very stupid I like every every streamer that you know of has problems with. It does fucking stupid things sometimes for some reason, it's not letting me window capture fire Fox right now. So I'M NOT GONNA put this up on screen for the viewers but I'm looking at the battleground states right now these are the averages that realclearpolitics has collected. These are not high numbers that Biden has elite on. Now there's been a number of studies done that show this shy trump voter effect. I've heard anywhere between four and ten percent people voting for trump. Perhaps even more. Won't say in two pollsters that they are in for trump. And when you take just even that into account, a lot of these states go to trump. So you've got Florida the RTP average plus once one point six for Biden, you've got Georgia plus zero point eight for Biden you Pennsylvania plus three point seven for Biden you've got North Carolina plus two point three for Biden you've got Minnesota all these all these numbers are not only within the margin of error but when you include. The social undesirability of saying that you're voting for trump and people knowing that they can't say that and that they're they're actually in some cases. Their physical wellbeing is at threat if people know that they support trump so they're not saying this a lot of them. When you include that into into into this math. It's it's it's nowhere near locked for Biden. I'm not saying trump's going to win but. The the mainstream posters that I I'm seeing. I think I think the sometimes go up to even ten percent that trump has a chance of winning none of them are saying zero percent chance for trump none of them. None of them are saying that and I would go a little higher I. Would you know if I if I had to venture guess I might say you know fifteen percent. When he maybe. All right. So you're up, you're you're up three bottles of whisky. Let's say right now you're up three. Why do you want to do a bed I'll give you two to one odds. So trump wins if trump wins I'll buy you two balls of whiskey and if vitamins you buy me one, I would take it at four to one. But I'm not here. I take it anything else like I said like fifteen percent odds am I going to do to win bet either work at the math but You'll take a four to one out do four to one. Okay. Let's. Wants our will you seven balls a whiskey cruel cool. Playing never come down over next. Blasting. Thousand. Man Who yours you are you are. Like the way the game that you talk this is. The game that you talk this is a smart bet. Ya Think. So I think it's smart but if fuck. I'm just GonNa look so stupid like. I. Accurate on video forever, my children after I'm Dan do. Dad was really responsible. Also. What the hell, what the fuck that You might be you're. Like when we so we had our new zoos handsome truth episode we're trying to initially stream into. Eli Got fucked up. We ended up just ripping handsome troops. Stream and posting that to our channels. But. We're on D. Live right now. And the comparison to what was happening on d. live with our stream. Ben when it fucked up, we were on the featured section. We had viewers pop it in and then fucked up right now. Is. I just got the control panel from creators point of view. What are you looking at? Is Anybody watching this live right now? Nobody knows ship like one one person that I'm pretty sure it's me and I love I. Love how the thumbnail for this fuck YouTube Halloween Stream I don't WANNA crawling back to youtube after that you know. WE'RE GONNA post on Youtube with all well. We live on youtube anymore. Oh i. See. It didn't save my settings initially. and. The age restriction a tag on Youtube got set back on. I'm GonNa unsaid that right now. Get nobody who wasn't logged in and nobody who set their birthdate as anything below whatever it is eighteen was able to see our video and it was not able to be featured on the An- any pages nobody could discover our fuck, fuck. Buck. What are you waiting? Rachel, guys we got an amazing show here. We're professionals. We run the show. It's a Halloween scream were chilling out having a good time. That's what it was all about like I already knew this this this this is going to be like our least popular episode. No one's going to watch this because I can't even write woods about and the description of the title. So this is just hanging out having a good time if people happened to stumble and watch it, you know it is what it is. Okay. So I have a I have a question for you though if trump wins are you going to be happy about it or like. Yeah Yeah I definitely, I would definitely be rooting for trump to be honest. I. Mean I'm I'm not like a huge trump and it's kind of like you said it's so polarized right now that if you if you if you take side automatically, it's like you. There are so many people who will be against you and everything, but I mean like a candidate like Joe, Biden like Hillary Clinton like even Obama like these people are horrifying to me, they're absolutely horrifying. Whereas trump by just kind of. I'm mildly notify, and in fact, in some ways of these different than the average politician, I actually really do like. As far as how everything ways out it depends on my mood sometimes I just dislike them. Sometimes, I kinda liked him. I think I'm kind of the same way. But just slightly on the other side, like if Biden wins I won't be happy about it but I be like. He I think it might be better for the country think like I worry about all these riots and all this this I worry about the country falling apart under somebody like trump because. Everyone just hates him so much they're going. So fucking crazy over it and they need to calm down and I think like I just don't think they can handle it anymore. You know it's like we're selling serious problems. Like Philadelphia just fucking rioted over COP shooting. Yeah. So Completely. Criminal. What you're talking about right now is a positive to me. It's a positive to me. So you viewed as a negative view it as a positive. I don't see how it's positive that Philadelphia torn apart because the cop shot a guy who's got more fucking Mug shots than he does school photos. Like this is insanity. Have you seen this guy? This guy has thirteen fucking mugshots thirteen area now I I watched I watched the video that he was chasing after the cops with a the the cop shot him and everybody started screaming like. Why you have to shoot him so many times man folk who's running atmosphere than. Yeah and did you see the young Turks coverage of this? Like The police are allegedly said he has a knife like he didn't have a knife again allegedly allegedly he had a knife and like let's like if you know if this guy was white nobody would give a shed. This wouldn't be on the news and it happens all the time. Atheism unstoppable through this hour twenty minutes something like two, thousand, sixteen, eighty white people were shot by the cops a for going after them with knives and only twenty black people were shot by the cops in two thousand sixteen and it's like this happens all the time to to to white people. This is not at this is not an issue. This is not a black lives matter issue it's it's not helping their cause. What the fuck is going on the young Turks is openly just lying about added to like inside a race war at this point this is insanity. This is a news organization. Jason. This is fucking knows these people are journalists they went to school and learn like journalists have principals, journalists have ethics. It's important to tell the truth. Like these people are Fox Jason Their Fox, they're fucking insane like. So do you think they're actually like lying? Do you think they're actually being like? Disingenuous. I do not see in this case like this specific case how anything else could be the case? How could you look at this case and not think that the police had to shoot this guy how could you look at it? And not only thing they shouldn't have shot him. They're saying that their motives for shooting him was because they're racist the end there's like, how could you possibly know that about the this case like? I. I can totally see people believing that the guy knife. It's totally. I don't remember the exact term for it, but it's unequal force like it's like you could have just used a taser like why did you have to use a knife wide shoot them so many times even if you were gonNA shoot him why did you have to kill him like you could have just shot his legs or whatever I mean these these are not these are not my opinion's right but This is something that I could totally see people believing and that you know, we see all these cases of white people being very dangerous and they you know come home safe as their day like their day and trial but yet another black man shot to death in the street by racist White Man. I don't I don't understand how a thinking person could like a reasonable person could could see it that way? I. Don't get it I, do not get it. You really you really think that it's just innocent that is just there. There I do I think that a lot of a lot of people viewed in the story that way. Yeah. while. Okay. But this is this is not like. If you're a fan of say, the Young Turks let's say you get one hundred percent of your news from the Young Turks. I can understand how you feel that way because that's what you're told every day. But this, these are the people that make the news they have access to information. They see the same things that you and I see the have all this like they're looking at the video and they look at videos like this all the time they know the statistics, the these people are lying. Because it's profitable, I wouldn't agree that they're the ones that are making the news I think that. for one thing the whole network of people making the news, a lot of other a lot of other people. Are Viewing it the same way and I think a lot of independent private citizens look at the story themselves whether it's like Reuters or just just the facts just the video black white no pun intended again. But they see it and that's the same conclusion that they jump. Do I think it's just a part of our social consciousness right now that is something that many people would naturally assume to be the story. I don't know I I don't know I just don't I. Don't extend that olive branch the to the young Turks I don't I see I see what they're doing is like morally wrong. And they they're Cherry picking stories to frame it to to push a narrative and the narrative is being. Framed way in order to generate clicks for them in order to generate money. I'm. Actually. Wrong. So you I I think someone like checks outrage is genuine a lot of the time. You know sometimes he's obviously like having himself up a lot but no, you think he's actually the why. I. Think I. Think he left MSNBC because he looked at like. He looked at an opportunity and and sees it. He was like the Internet's going to be big. There's a lot of news there. I can make a name for myself and I think he's smart i? Think he's a smart Business Guy I. Think I think he genuinely was like in tune with the pulse of news and where it was moving got in early and new like I. I think he's got the personality type where he likes to be his own boss where he likes to be. You know he's very disagreeable. He doesn't like to follow rules he he's kind of like a maverick in that sense You know a lot of the stuff you could say it's very admiral that he's done. He really has built an empire like a news empire. It's huge what he has done But I think I think he's kind of pigeonholed himself into this this this universe that he's built, any key can't get out of it. At this point, there's no way he can be a serious journalist kit like if you look at the difference between someone like him and someone like Glenn Greenwald Glenn, Greenwald is as liberal as they come right and he recently just left the intercept the news, the news organization that he started because they were censoring him for talking about things about Joe Biden in a negative light and he had stuck to all his principles and you know I in the past look to collect Glenn, Greenwald kind of as Liberal Guy I don't. Really agree with him on anything I don't like the way he talked about Sam Harris I don't I think he's he's been to closed minded on people who he thinks are right wing like he was on the Joe Rogan podcast thing like I didn't want to go on your show I didn't even want to listen to it. I heard you were like platforming all right people and stuff in your just this racist guy, and he has the integrity to look at Deroga- to go on a show to apologize to him to say, Hey, I, was wrong even though he still holds all those leftist views and he has further laughed probably the check is right. I don't know about that. I don't know if he's further left in Shank, I would probably. Definitely over there in that area like he's definitely in the sphere. Yeah I. Think I think. The dog like he falls in line with a lot more of A. You must. You must distrust Tulsi Gabbard you must. All those types of things. jank fulfills a lot of them whereas glimmering wall kind of walk his own path but Glenn Greenwald and I don't mean this an insulting way in the. The, only the factual sense of the word word he's a loser. Like The the the mainstream left-wing or rather the progressive left wing that the kind of young Turks are kind of in the sphere of we'll always. Like overshadow a Glenn Greenwald and they were all a we'll always find himself at odds with the tidal wave that he nevertheless remains attached to even though he disagrees with where it's going the or at least he says, he disagrees with where it's going nonstop. Calming stuck in my unabomber. Phase right now just because I was literally listening that today even but it's totally living in Ted Kaczynski's mind. I mean like I'm working here. I am I worked. Sixty three hour workweek I. I my fucking twitter account is getting suspended I. Don't have time to go through the hoops that they want me to jump through to get suspended. My youtube videos are getting banned all this tech stuff people stomping on my neck and here I've got the voice of reason, Ted Kaczynski and my head by the way youtube by the way youtube that was a joke by the way that was not glorifying or inciting violence. I have all the right opinions I have all the correct right opinions. Gay People I love black the women should only work mentioned not work come. They're terrible. Nobody likes men nobody likes light people. I I sympathize with all minorities, the ethnic sexual gender minorities I realize that they are oppressed. With Asian while we don't sympathize with Asian people because that would be racist. I don't know where you're going with that picture. I'm just saying like Asian people are are you know they're not doing better than white people? Financially that's just a myth that's totally made up They're not committing less clack grind some blacks if they are doing better than white people just because they work harder than white people. That's it. He I but black people also kind of the white people and they doing better? Yet. And they should be doing better than Asian people to everyone should be actually Asian people should. Everyone everyone should be doing by the white people. White people didn't do they have contributed nothing to society. They have stolen everything from people of Color, and Trans and gay people and women and. These are the people that I have built society for free and never got any credit. We white people need to look in the mirror and ban each other off youtube step at a line at all at all. Are the worst thing to ever happen to the earth white people have contributed nothing positive. Communities all over the world were living fulfilling lives until white people came along. The Internet would have been invented by a black man. If a white man did not steal it, the Internet was invented by a black man. Money and finance what the white people didn't even know what it was and he was a for a thousand years before white people found Shakespeare Beethoven. They're pretty much all pretty much every major figure in history. Western so-called history. Her story let's call it. was actually a black man except for Hitler Hitler was white. Hitler was white and and he's the worst thing. He's the worst that has ever lived this never been an atrocity and there is. No logical thing that happened in the not. Just, totally random out of the blue pure evil that just popped up out of nowhere for no reason for no reason just because Hitler tricked a whole bunch of people nobody wanted to fall Hiller but he made them he made them him a small number of terrible people just decided one day they just woke up and and the alternate evil and they're the worst people I've ever lived and we can never do that ever again. Never it'll never happen a thousand years if we just listen to black people and stuff glorifying everything that's wait and we won't apologize for people who punch people who wear red baseball caps, but we understand why they would do that. And they're coming from a place of pure love. You should if you see somebody wearing a red cap that says, make America. Great. Again, you should punch them in the face well, nine in a way not in a violent way. This isn't a call to violence. This is to protect people. This is self defense. Yeah. I mean the Physical Act? No no, we don't go along with that. But the people who do the physical act they they do have good reasons we still have down violence, but like you need to understand where these people are coming from, it's totally legitimate your anger, their outrage and s yes. Yes. Yes. And people people who cut people's heads off for talking about the Prophet Muhammad I mean it's not good. We're not going to say it's good but is justified breach. Justified well, yeah. I mean I mean not legally we can see where they're coming from. So what we need to focus on All these people are on the streets there punching Nazis and yes, that is. Don't get me wrong I. I have my urges to. But what we need to focus on is just getting these people in prison putting them in re education camps just really making them see the world the way that we see it That's the humane thing to do here. Yeah. I think if we kind of around all these people up and put them in some sort of center where they have to go you know, let's say we tell them what to eat. Tell them what to wear. We force them to read books, and apologize, and kind of just just read re-teach them the values that we have I. think it'll be fine I don't think they'll be any any follow from well I think that's the blind I'm not I don't WanNA force anyone to do anything I'm a good person all the opinions, but any employer should. Teach all their employees about white privilege things like that. All banks should not be providing services. Any financial institution should not be providing services to anyone who doesn't acknowledge their own white privilege, and perhaps we should even just be taking a cut out of people's bank accounts and just funneling it directly to organizations like black lives matter the NWCG. Organizations like that that. Would would foster just well being in the global community. We can have like a like one minimum wage for people of Color, which is would be high let's say twenty five dollars an hour we have different minimum wage for white people listen correcting correct historical inequalities and systemic racism is obviously something we should be doing. So yes, of course, that is a good idea. Yeah. Like if we have if we have if we have kind of this wage thing, we could we could take the extra difference and we can give all the money something. That's why I'm so unhappy with a candidate like Joe Biden and that's why when I see. Someone like trump come out with the platinum plan wanted to give. Five hundred trillion I believe it was five, hundred, trillion dollars. Five hundred billion five, hundred billion. Okay. Well, yeah. I was GONNA see the five, hundred, trillion start. Jeez. I guess I guess five hundred billions better than Joe Biden's Butkus. Plan. But Yeah I mean once once we start get into the five, hundred, trillion area you know then maybe we can move on to bigger problems. No not that there is a bigger problem but other problems well, I, think also, you know if joe, Biden gets elected I, think it would make sense I understand that he was elected by the population of the country, but he misses. The White Man. We know we needed a whiteman. There are still way too many white people in in the West in general We needed a why can't? I agree. It sucks I agree it's at least he should at least I'm not saying he should step down but he should at least elevate a woman of his running mate level him. They should co presidents at the very least. Hey, we're all. We're all expecting him to defer to her you know learn it opinion and her. The experiences lived experiences and Yes exactly exactly and so like he like he should not be allowed to hold meetings without her he should not be allowed to sign legislator unless she also signs it I mean I, understand that she wasn't elected but she is a woman of color to brings the most important perspective to the white. House. You know what it might be better actually if she lives in the White House and Joe Biden can he can live somewhere in near the White House he doesn't need to be there every day. And don't get started on White House either. Wife. Blind I can't oh. My goodness can we please like a different color like this is this is just a offensive at this point even you know all the walls are just steeped in hatred just plow the whole thing down Glenn g you know some of the president's own slaves, the own slaves, Jason they own people like we need to rip down every single painting of these these. Disgusting Beings in the White House these these these paintings needs to be burned to be it's cancer. How could you? How could you possibly expect America ever move forward when it's built on the foundation of this disgusting always racing or the facts and idols of a bygone twisted era of hatred and disgust like we Need it causes pain. The images of these things cause pain. Why do they exist if they cause pain? Earning. Sorry I'm concerned. You know what? Maybe we should get rid of the White House maybe we shouldn't. We should build a closing down just plow it down, low it down. Yeah. Yeah and you know what? We can get some Nice transgender people of Color to design the new one It can be built with fair wages. You know there'd be good for the economy we can hire we can hire people of color to come build it and work on it, and only people of color will be allowed in it in the future who out for us by US not white TV. Time different here I mean we don't have to like not let any white people in but how about this for every white person that goes we have to let in five people of color at least and the an A- for them to be women. That would make sense to me especially when the borders are open. Representative of the global global population demographics more so that it's bullshit but he can't be representative. It needs to be more because we have to tip the scales to anchor at. Correct historical inequalities and Of course. Yeah exactly. Exactly. So I think I think day one when Jill Biden starts I think these are the issues is going to have to tackle if he wants us to take him seriously as a progressive leader I mean buddy we know he won't, but he's not trump is not trump at least. Oh, yeah I mean for at least prize at least tries not to be racist he is racist and of course, but at least he tries. Well I mean. He I mean, I'm not so sure about Joe Biden. He's Kinda got that willow us on friends with Barack Obama you know racists always say that I have a black friend I of a black boss I I work with Black Ball. I mean, that's such. A dog whistle at this point like huck like you know that Joe Biden and just you know that he's got these deep-seated. Thoughts, that he just like we all do we all. As a white person I know I can speak on behalf of white people. We are all deeply fundamentally racist and we need to lay waste and. I'm really proud of you as a person of color I'm very proud of you for admitting that is just I can't listen the I don't do enough. I don't do enough but every day I try well. Well, I, know I know you might never get there but. It's comforting to know that you have these things in mind and it seems like you're trying to move in the right direction I try to be an ally I try to be an ally I tried to get out of the way. I was stepping over. Yeah. Yeah well, you know it happens a lot. I'm kind of used to it. So it's okay it's okay. You're still learning right? It's a lifelong process. It's a lifelong process and you know what I don't blame you because the system has brainwashed you through colonialism to think this way it's all your fault. It's you. You are not completely to blame obviously, you're an individual you've made some bad decisions in your life, but you know the system taught you to hate the system made you this way. We really just need to dismantle that I mean, no one is born racist. No No. Actually that's impossible. Nobody could ever biologically have any sort of affinity to to people of. Their own race. Yeah. It would be impossible. Yeah. Born born high IQ like say hi, Q low Iq, fucking load of off yeah. Oh man like I few is meaningless. Yeah and it's like, what is this like eighteen sixty like who the fuck even believes in idea anymore you know it was just invented by a white people to oppress people of Color. They just did it so that they could like feel better about themselves. What do they do? The first thing I do? Oh, why people have accused blind people have low IQ is yeah. That's not completely suspect. Anthropologist any respected anthropologists? They'll tell you this is all just bullshit still the data. Just. Do It yourself like just go out and like a you know find any black guy you know give him an Iq test. He's GonNa do just as good if not better than any white person you test. Like it's Just doing yourself. It's. The only reason he would do worse is if he if he grew up in a in a city that didn't invest enough in. The eye test is actually racist. I mean while that's the problem in itself right like this like people say this is science. This is this Malarkey. This is complete malarkey like. You know they're asking they're asking they're testing how people learn. Oh, how how fast neurons fire in the British. These these puzzles it's like move this square rotate this square. So it matches the rotation of that triangle. Okay. Corners squares, white people, square white people's Square. Black people just don't really appeal these kinds of. Like these you know. They don't they're not in the box or not in the square. Colonialism in general has like this whites. Just so whitewash so like people look at things like medicine. Physics math like these. These are social construct Jason if you go and talk to people in the Dominican Republic they you know they have a rich beautiful culture of things like witchcraft and they get called superstitious but you can go to a man in a mountain and he will be able to give you a Mata cowl. So if you're sick, he will be able to see. Spirits and say prayer. Spiritual people were. Sandwich things that we I'm sorry I'm sorry to walk over here but. They're just a connected the things that all indigenous peoples used to be connected to until we kind of infected them with this modern, Sonia? Healers here that can solve problems that modern medicine would never be able to fix things like antibodies, vaccines like these are all just white buzzwords the if you know if you talk to any L. Boulder in the community of the Dominican Republic, it doesn't matter they might not even know how to read but they know a million times more during the body than any Western more connected with the earth and we are we're totally disconnected I feel much more comfortable. Yeah I mean I feel uncomfortable. I just feel like I at tradition thousands of years from passing this knowledge. Yeah, I mean I think. I just feel so. I need a prostrate myself before people like that. You know. forgiveness. Well I mean forgiveness we'll come will come It is very interesting. You know we see a lot of we see a lot of people I think they're very misguided. You know you've got ice cube you've got fifty cents now you've got little wayne who are kind of you know they're aligning themselves with these neo Nazi types they're they're saying things like Donald Trump You know he might not be the best guy in the world, but at least he has a plan and I'm not sure what Joe. Biden's. Internalize save internalize the same things that I internalize they to a large degree hate themselves. Yet I mean they must. They're just told every day that they're worthless because of the color of their skin. Color. Yeah and they have not been allowed to achieve the success that they would have achieved. You imagine how rich fifty cent would be if he wasn't black. Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness like think about like this man was shot. We're we're talking we're talking Jeff bezos money I mean look at how fifty cent is and he's black imagine imaginative that hurdle taken away. All my goodness look at. Okay. So like EMINEM EMINEM has had a number one album so much privilege though so much privilege. Out, my God, he's never that guy has never ever had a bad day in his whole life like nothing compared to. Nothing compared to a person of color every day imagine walking outside. Just hunted. In the streets. Man Like he's never going to have to worry about being pulled over by the police. are going to have to worry he never growing. Okay fine. He grew up poor whatever yeah. But I I want white people like me. We watch the purge and it's kind of like science fiction. It's kind of like, wow, could you imagine actually having like this level of violence and? Persecution outright fear in your life but that's wouldn't. That's what it's like to be a black man in. America. Yeah. Just open season on you. It's literally open. Top ACCOST IS GONNA wonder the blue and just like new in the neck tacking into the ground and just end your life just like that. Nobody's GonNa give a fuck about about you. I mean you could. You could be a child like just you know playing with a toy gun and you could be buying a bag of skittles and doing nothing wrong in some wipers cashew because all you're a criminal is your black just like you know like. Yeah. This is fucking ridiculous. Absolutely ridiculous like not even just an Jeff Basil's like look this like we know we know black people dominate sports they finally black guy in golf is the best fucking Golfer you've ever seen your whole life. Now imagine how many good black golfers we could have if black people could just afford to play golf like they would completely dominate the sport I mean two reasons I mean one they play, they play harder they play harder plain and simple. To. They have no other opportunities. There's no way for them to succeed in life. So it's like well, how am I going to get famous how am I gonNa make money while I'm going to entertain the white people I'm going to I'm going to. Put on my sneakers. Some hoops on the basketball court worked for the white people. I wish I, wish we lived in a world where they could just get regular jobs and be like teachers and doctors and lawyers and stuff I really wish it was just that easy we're. We are moving. We have made some Progress I. Know we have so far to go, but I mean, no man I just get. So distant hard like just feel you know it's been what Jim Crow was like what twenty years ago. I basically yeah. Oh my God it was like yesterday basically and like you. How long did it take just to get black people to vote like? They used to own. Suppressing their vote. We're still like voter ID laws is they need a driver's license to vote come on. This is ridiculous like you talked to any black person like that's ridiculous. That's absolutely ridiculous like how do you expect these people to be able to get driver's licenses? They can't even go outside without worrying about getting shot by the fucking cops the face. How are they supposed to get driver's licenses? How how are they supposed to get out of this? The fucking government doesn't care the do nothing. The government gives zero money to black football, fuck all these white people on welfare every time only to handle no problem you can be fucking method government will give you money. If you're white if you're black, what do they do for you nothing nothing there's no programs there's nothing for them. There's no education in black communities nobody's trying nobis trying at all. If it's just so upsetting, it's just bickering furious I think about. Where do we go from here? Well I mean, Kamala Kamala definitely a start. It's nice to have. It's nice to have a personal I colored. You know she's black she's definitely hundred percent black and her her voice. You know obviously be real. He does have a bit of a troubling history. She's not the person that we would like to see there but at least. Does have the lived experience of a black woman in America does have. How. Many how black women? You know what's disgusting? There was not a single trans person running for the Democratic Party now single one. Now a single transverse. Yeah all we have is Lindsay Graham in the Senate. There's not a single high trans rents personality high elected office I. Believe There's a couple. lower members who have been running I. Believe. There's some mayoral candidates but other than Lindsey Graham, I can't think of a single candidate in the Senate or the or the house. I mean I think I think we really need to look towards that I. Mean I know they're stole much going on with people of color and there's so much corrections to do. But like all these trans people are just getting left out and you know I worry that especially, trans people of Color. They're just not part of the conversation and say really need A. Person of color yet sentence you might as well have a little off on your forehead in just waiting for that bullet you. And then like it's so upsetting the news that they say like, Oh, well, a forty percent of them commit suicide or something like that suicide. That's murder. And Walk exactly why getting suicide that's the question you'd ask yourself why. Either humans these are human beings react to the world around them. Exactly. I mean if we don't, if we don't create, it's like being in jail. Crazy slowly because you're just deprived of every every human. Decent interaction that you could ever hope you know like we're men you and I get these all the time without thinking about them. Everyone just loves us our lives are so easy. But you know if you're a trans like everybody, hates you everybody hates you all the time every minute of every day and you just like that hatred looms over you come on like it's not fair. It's not fair to think that these people have a same the same kind of advantages that we have Paul's drag race. One of the highlights of my day like I get home. It my bottle of wine glass put on rubles drag race. That's that's kind of a smiling. Like. That's kind of my day and I just think of these trump supporters and what is going through their head when they're watching it and. It would they would kill. Second. Being a white straight male I. kind of have a lot of a lot of hard on myself about but I am categorically better than these people. Yes. I am better than well I am better than. I mean, it's not hard to be better than trump supporter, right? Like they're scum. They're worst people on Earth. If they all just die tomorrow like the world would be a better place at this. If you're supporting trump and you have paid any attention to the news. Yeah Bye bye. If you if you like. What do you not know how to read like I? Can you be so stupid could you ever? Not. It's not stupidity this point when it was stupid maybe twenty fifteen maybe some of these people were stupid. It's not stupid anymore Mike let's let's be real. On it's not even trump. It's not even trump like like Obama describes himself as a moderate Republican like this is. This is supposed to be our guy he's not on our side like. I mean he's basically bomber describing moderate Republican. Yesterday I was watching Jimmy door talk about it. You know Jimmy Door, I used to think that guy had integrity but he you know he's just a complete mess right now that guy i. Asked Oh my God come on man and then he's always parading this this woman of color on his show around like insist. crypto fascist deep. Oh my God. Oh my God like. This guy I can't even believe they let him on the how did they get through checks radar and you need a you need a PhD in Cryptography to actually have seen what was coming with Jimmy Door Have you seen this guy man he's talking about things like. Joe Biden is corrupt hunter. Biden. You Know The New York Post. He's fucking quoting the New York Post that fascist rag like who even read that to the people even know how to read if they can read that. Like. Basically. I don't know. Yeah, I mean like, oh. Oh exander Hamilton the phone that newspaper have you seen, Hamilton? Like it's brilliant. It's brilliant Alexander Hamilton would not like. It's not the same newspaper. He would not have had wanted his name anywhere more than one hundred percent. Yes. Yeah I mean Lin Manuel Miranda wow like i. mean sometimes sometimes I worry is not aggressive enough but you know it's really great that he could just paint all the all the figures of society as people of color like. What an America we would have if that was the truth. You know like you look at a country like Haiti right like yeah I mean it's got its problems but like, wow, they are doing an amazing job down there like they have no white people telling them what to do they they run their whole government themselves. I would say amazing job but certainly living more fulfilling lives. Oh totally totally, and it's just like black empowerment all-time. They have no slavery for hundred years like everything's. I mean you know if the US was not stepping on their next, all the time obviously would do a lot better but. yeah like it's just wonderful. Wonderful people wonderful culture just such beautiful country. Negative about a country. Hey, nothing nothing. I don't think a lot of people are doing just perspective. What we we do it seems like we've got no viewers on Eli Bright. Now, this this move to de live is not proving to be as valuable as we thought it would fall. We didn't think we're going to be valuable, but there'd be a couple of years that popped in I think having that tag on you know. Think fuck this over. Well. I. Mean. We'll see like we're still going to go back on Youtube for the for the video post just no more streaming I mean we just can't stream on youtube like it's just a death sentence for right. I mean we got. We got to move away from a youtube like it's it's it's an inevitable dead end it just a matter of preparing for it. Yeah exactly. Hey, did you. Did you look at the the audio stats recently Yeah y'All we got some fall like the the audio podcast is picking up since you moved to Amazon podcast. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean it's it's definitely steady growth. And we got some years in Russia and Germany. Australia. Ireland. Finland Sweden Norway. I'm not okay. We're we learn. We were doing a little bit of a bit, but this is actually serious. They they all are all air and shoutout stole them. Yeah, yeah yeah, yeah. No, it's great audio like slow and steady. I? Mean we might end up just only on Audio I. Think I think there's lasts there seems to be like a lot less censorship an audio in general. Well, I mean our audio, our audience is smaller on the gas than it was on Youtube. I think if we ever got a serious following on any of the podcast platforms would get some complaints as well. Oh Yeah. That might be true and that fuck bitchy bitch big shout. Michio is doing well Last I checked our our Fran. podcast ever our biggest show ever was over sixteen nine views over seventeen issued. Over seventeen there you go. So I mean that's that's all good news for us. Yeah. I. Guess That's it. I guess that's the end of the episode. Then Jason we're wrapping it up. Yeah I. Guess. So so did he do? Week. At, fucking Kaczynski fill unit bomber. We're going through his book we're going through his manifesto. Jason Roy wrote a couple of things. You wrote a bunch of stuff. Oh, really. All okay. Okay. So let's do more than let's do more because we got a whole week now and we finally have an episode that we know what we're doing before one day before it happens. Yeah Yeah Yeah Industrial Society. I'm sure is the main book that we're doing. Young. My goodness so like. I mean, just I mean we'll get a new more next week, but I wanted reading that book and I was like. What the fuck is this really the book is so relevant. Prophetic like it's beyond I was like I was like this is not the book. This must be some other books that are written hit that someone's someone said that he wrote this but he didn't write this. It's worms that he us. In many ways, it's one of the best books ever written not written ever ever. South, allowed for quiet quiet. Go. Just especially with this this hell of a week where I've been like bucking hating big tech bucking. So overworked. Like a slave to die poor. It was a really good book to have in my ears. Just before we end though I talk I was watching the. Jack Dorsey getting grilled by Ted Cruz. The common said, they sent a cruise missile but holy Shit there was a Senate hearing where they talked to. Jack Dorsey. They talked to mark Zuckerberg and they talked to is it Sanjay Patel? What's the Google guy? It sounds about right? Yeah I remember his name but a Berea. Yeah and Direct. Quote from like they're like, do you think twitter has an influence on the election and Jack Dorsey was no I do not think we have an influence on the election. Elected. Yet, my jaw hit the fucking ground and Ted Cruz was like you are lying like you are literally lying to the. Right, now and it Holy Shit. We might actually see some moves against big tack. The right wing is mad at them for censoring everything and the left wing is mad at them for not censoring enough. So I mean there's different reasons why we might see a move against them but you know we've basically got the mainstream laughed and the mainstream, right like gunning for. Jack. Dorsey. Mark Zuckerberg came off as more kind of reasonable. He was saying things like, yeah, I think you could make amendments to two thirty. I think I think it might be time for an update or something you know mark? Zuckerberg. showed up in a suit. He's. He's being less of a lizard alien kind of speaker and talking a lot normally now it seems like he's getting a lot more comfortable speaking with politicians. Jack Dorsey showed up. He looked like he'd been on a fucking acid been for the last three months like sleeping with Thailand fucking hookers or something. He's got this huge beard. He's wearing a t shirt. He's literally outside like he's he's on a laptop outside somewhere like this guy does not look like he gives a fuck about any of this stuff. He's taking it seriously at all I hate that Guy's Lord Nice to be a forty niner Not, a big fan but like it seems like there might be a move against twitter from the government in the future it seems like that might be the way the winds blowing. Heo See go after him. kind of like too little too late at this point like I don't know it's like. What's the point? What's the point? Yeah I, kind of agree with you. So I don't know if you'd know this by one we were younger they went after Microsoft and they tried to break them up for. what was it? It was like too much monopoly or something. Daig I wasn't paying attention back then but yeah. Yeah and like nothing happened nothing nothing came of it. They were not able to stop. Microsoft. Obviously is still the empire that is today the only real thing that ever kind of went against Microsoft was apple and again. So we're stuck with too like Os. We're stuck with two options, which is kind of crazy. It's kind of crazy to think about how much of a monopoly software For Operating Systems. Yeah, I mean there's monopoly but I think I think links is viable I mean. It's certainly not ninety percent of servers. Oh Yeah. Yeah like server side stuff. It's big like you know like NASA is running it on their shuttlers and stuff like that. But. As far as PC's personal computing, it's it's really low. I think I think it might even be lower four percent of personal computers. I think it's one percent. Jason. I'm not sure on the number but I think it's But that is kind of fucking ridiculous. We should probably do an episode on that one day but like that's fucking insanity like just imagine being like imagine going to buy groceries and there was only two grocery stores in. Hall world. Imagine. Like fuck. That might be the future might be Amazon and Walmart. By. Magin going Oh pharmacy and there's only there's only pharmacies in the whole world. Can you imagine going on a on a flight and there's only two airlines in the whole world? Can you like this? This is fucking insanity. Sandy that we don't have it's one point seven, three percent. Lennox one point seven three percent. Okay. Okay. That like. I mean. Again, like you said, it's too little too late I don't have a lot of hope but it did make me feel. Good inside to just watch Ted Cruz take take him down a peg. And Watch you know Liberals and Conservatives both yelling at this guy for six hours unless something. On the background in less than was Something's actually done as what speed someone in starbucks saying, fuck you jack like that's that's what it amounts to. That's crazy. That's fucking crazy to think about he's so powerful Jack Dorsey might be the most powerful present Earth Rhino. It's Man, what are you talking about? He censor the US president. He told the US president to shut the fuck up publicly and banned his fucking like tagged his speech and like he's literally swinging the election if Joe Biden wins by one percent two, percent five percent, it might be directly because of Jack Dorsey. He's definitely had an influence on the election for sure I mean trump could have done something Didn't. It's really it's really upsetting I mean trump like you know I mean he doesn't know his enemies are something like He. I don't know what the fuck he was thinking letting these people. Run run circles around him for four years and doing nothing about it maybe didn't maybe doesn't want to win another election maybe wants to ride off into the sunset or something. But faulk. Like many at the House of the Senate, he had everything he had everything he could have gone after Batak never bothered to do it. To end on a high note, we have been keeping in touch with Zeus to some extent a friend of the show we had him on a couple episodes check our back catalogue transracial although he doesn't necessarily. Claim that term as his own but. Were all intents and purposes brevity sake transracial youtuber. and. Rapper I reached out because on one of his playlist, he's got like a collection of songs and it's just samples and there's a couple of songs really liked on them and. Is Actually sent us the full version of that song, but it turns out. It's only one verse. It's literally like fifteen seconds longer than the sample was actually on. Yeah on that playlist. So at least we had the full verse now and I can share that with you. I've offered him fifty dollars commission if he agrees to complete the song. I might even go so far as the bump that up to one hundred film like us my name in something like in the story line maybe be like y'all my friend Jason gave me Bison like go off on that. But yeah. Unless you've got anything else to say I think I'm GonNa do the ultra. News Yeah. Let's do it. Show to Zeus. You could check them out. He was on flat TV recently. Holy. On Flat TV how was his appearance on? TV. I haven't watched the whole thing, but it's pretty low key. They interview him asking Bunch Questions the receptions, kind of like fifty fifty. Typically, you get that for new casseus like half the people of it, half the people hate it but is what he is men and he's a friend of the show and We'll probably have them on again in the future. Facing startups the Pumpkin again. Yeah George the Pumpkin Saint George. Recipes not not. Ironically. Man. I wish I had more than forty five minutes to spend on this in. Whatever All right. New Kazoo. Here we go. If you WANNA meet your mic. Yeah. Yeah. Tonight everybody. Happy Alley? The winter. Nobody. DOT, com. Pablo. owner. You Heart.

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#370: Troll (Milo Yiannopoulos)

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

4:34:18 hr | 1 year ago

#370: Troll (Milo Yiannopoulos)

"Anyway I was telling you about somebody somebody it just feels like a hug it's like a lovely if you've ever taken molly you off Sherman that's how that's how thank you were saying Mali and my country instead of Mandy I appreciate you making the effort oh I've only ever known as molly even when I was even know even when I was in Britain I was only listening to American music and hanging out with me it's a great motivator for trolls you can also do other things you can get people to really care really fooling people but when you see Oy is getting a rise out of someone so we'll do it however we can you know today on the skeptic tank I have just a passion project episode just a pure like him get angry you you see the results of your trolling way better than people that made me feel good you know that could be a good troll to actually now I think about it but it's just we have views on life but were much more aligned with what will make you angry trolls chief John Make it feels like a resolution like a prolonged and beautiful orgasm but way better than any orgasm from sex because it costs so long and analysis of one of the most joyous things in my life and that is trolling guys I'd like to admit something to you before we start I are fear sources and if I go to a Horse Convention like fucking idiots go get a car understand I don't care one way or the other and even if I do care I'm not going to be linked to that to that viewpoint I'm gonna go ahead and say whatever will get you angry angers a great rise because as a as a mother and housewife and he writes him in a way that gets people so angry at him but he writes under the pen name Nicole Mullen Whole Mullen blogs I guess he writes is like a housewife and oh man they're great he writes his for to see the results and I'd been a troll for a long time I mean talk with Nick Mullen once who's also troll himself if you don't know the Nicole Terrible and disgusting homosexual if I have upset feminists maybe he'll let me in any way and I'll get to heaven and heaven feels like the huge long me I like to say it like this if I go to a car convention I'll go in there and say we'll horses are better it's not a Chevy or Ford is just louis like melted chocolate orgasm of a long night on molly and that's how I feel when I call a feminist effect count you see them like flip out and you just go I've never had an orgasm matt good never banned from country yes one person or seven or eight people but now you can put out a tweet the fools thousands and takes almost no moments of your life continents you gotta pay the troll tool if you want to get into that boys oh you gotta pay the troll Gideon you want the baby folks that would be disgusting if you were sober and you just feel into and comforted and happy and wore it feels ah message board the troll their special thing was a subset of the What's that Jack Black musical group the age of trolling so what I did once a long time ago is I used to go on a special thing apiece and it's like this feels like the Eucharist it's hurting or maybe maybe when I die if I've been good even though I've been kit like like things like beat your kids for Jesus Shit like not quite that way more in depth and smarter than I just said and I've been a troll for a long time and guys and you know they don't know that that he's fucking with them but he's trolling so they get the combat sexual glorious it's all about how honestly it's what Nick said to me once the stand probably five years ago four years ago five years ago maybe was that we are living in a gold while these were fans of comedy there were just figuring out like I guess I should say something you know and it drove us nuts so some of us well me I would go on there and try to troll I started a website I started an account that was Millennium Virgin it was it was if you don't want to troll troll is probably a victim of trolls before patrol Hami was the first time a lot of stand up comics saw their saw the shows in any sort of print even let's not print but in in how much did you you trolls now you have it's so fucking easy listen I'm not saying it's a problem a lot of people were late eh uh well well well ed my friend David Taylor he was part of that scene a little bit too on the outskirts and he hadn't gotten laid since before two thousand so as of two thousand and four fives six whenever it was starting to Count Say Millennium Virgin he hadn't gotten laid since millennium posted him voice whole you gotta pay the role you got to get in Taneja D. and especially a subset and then the early audits they started talking about stand up comedy this reviewing stand up? Aj trolling in the old days you'd have to go on a message board you have to try to like fool one person and work really hard to full out there crazy shitty so that's not gonNa work people like guys it's just I post and they're like well I think it'd be anything ignore him about to start fucking operating my building so on this special thing this this all common was on there all the people at my level were on there talking about the reviews and the reviewers gotta wrong making this angry and goods message board back in the old days. I don't think he has any more full of trolls full of trolls but the mistake you have one post and it's something hi like months because not only would it say your post count it would also say your start date she'd started in the typed word and drove comics insane they were on there all the time Louis was on there pat nozzle account and then you'd have to put post after post just agreeing with everything you know you would join a thread that says the book you have it easy these days as if it's a bad thing it's great it's great you have it easy we are literally in the golden not literally but we're in the gold death ray later turned to comedy Bang Bang when they stole it from Porter Oh my God you don't even know about this so okay the rookies mistake is just to go on there and post inflammatory but they'll see they'll be like oh one post from a new account Scott I know Scott Aquaman and something porter I forget his name they started comedy death-ray they started at the bar host I think and then he would have his name in the lineup and so his name was a lineup with these great comics and that was in New York so these comics La was an sure nobody's GonNa fit right in also Sarah Silverman guys go down then another one the comedy uh-huh until they got mad he found out it was served me and he was right but you gotTa do in those message boards as you gotta go you can't just like I think the comedian aunt is actually better than Joe Rogan you know and people were like what and then you look real quick a one post guys Scott the troll Akron wanted Scott Port Bj out and so we bought him out and he said you get half of comedy comedy death ray they'd the show to whatever the fucking network is on now not fuel one of those small numbers IFC but so right before he sold it already central website message board we'd see a Z's I'm sorry all the time with these kylo people so they start I guess these on salary is fucking high level person Taylor did a I I don't think I ever did it I think they never had me they had me on their minor league show one time look this up. BJ Porter that's it so BJ Puerto at Scottclark of it started this show and I don't know what happened between them but eventually that was it I mean I'm not really all comic so it's fair looking back but wasn't Scott Porter anyway so a tough there was a comedy death ray show and and whoever was on and then and then Zach was on and then moved it from from embar to UCSB and he goes I want you out so we bought him out because you get fifty percent of it or and it was the old comedy show of the Week Oh man it was the all comedy show that we took over from Largo in La and everybody was there sir a good comment for sure she's she's moved to to Seattle Portland area she still does it up there I was afraid to nothing to do with that but sold it and porter is like wait but I started off the show because yeah you sort of coming death rates like Kim a comedy Bang Bang the same show in the same timeslot at she was dislike mid level the giner comic panels loved her should Keke I don't remember jokes but run ear wolf by the way who double dip on charging you if you run a show there they charge you for your for your podcast like ads if you're on your podcast and the they agreed on till the end of time at the same time apparently allegedly wherever you want to say Auburn working on a deal to sell have a deal in place and the right before he sold it he just changed the name he goes it's now called Comedy Bang Bang then right they post a bunch of posts and then sell it off so it looks real and then once I started with Myron did is his favourite comic was Riley Newton so run a fucking agency and they charge you for that so they get thirty percent and then thirty percent of what's left that's fucking respect they have performance over there onto the show and you'd have to go on there and say yeah I was at that show really great what a good time and I remember starting this account by the name of Myron left Koets patent or who's the best comic all comic going today and you'd vote patent Louis and Daca Akers fuck hardcore move and there's this guy out of started it but anyway so you would have to go on there and start these accounts right and and it really helped launch him in the eyes of the L. A. Comedy scene so you would have to do is you would have to take McCain down and Zach and fucking David Cross and and Odin Kirk and all the fucking all the fucking big names in the scene and me and my friends were killed go without saying anything not silence but without saying anything so we'd get up there and go you know the Riley Newton I would also say inflammatory things but one detail of Meyer left quits account was that he would always rep Riley Newton Hall and dice loves troll is loves fucking with people I mean he loves it and so when he David opening up for him she was my favorite comedian and every time she was on the show like fucking Riley nude and crushed that was just the troll to just promote this hard and then I gave it up and then I remember like a year and a half later came back she was on a show and I just wrote in fucking like thirty two point font on yeah Myron left grits and trolls by the way they're not always just like that I remember doing one David Taylor open for him somewhere three comics me Mike Black David Taylor in the background is easy he's just entertaining us at the expense of these other people he did a thing once it borderlines on pranks by the way I should mention this right now no I'll say this I if he he did this thing once so this oh she was on it was like an Riley Newton just got back flock es and everybody was on their longtime was like Whoa my God I remember this guy a you know how these people but he doesn't like four minutes and you're like you don't even talk matter anything and it's just he knows he's entertaining the two my alter ego and Myra left courts had to post a hundred posted gotta post at least one hundred you guys if you really want to get in there you gotta put the Lisa hundred sorry it was an all comedy thing by the way that gave birth rethink gave birth to the rise of Azizan sorry because he did these shows human giant shows that what they were but he would I smiled and I took it but a hidden I felt like there was something I was supposed to do right so when I took the picture union high school like staring at me the fact that he even knows my name is amazing staring at me and I'm like okay that was weird and then so I lined up the picture and the take it he didn't let go of the camera he held it in his hand that's not the trial he held it in his hand and he wouldn't let go and I'm like pulling there was a first he would like tap the Mike stand for a little while test and put his fucking jacket downers cigarettes on the stool and put us drink on the stool he he was saying give me a long introduction and David was like okay and dice loves talking with his own crowd I should my name so they will get a non dice dice autograph and he's looking at me I felt like he was saying something to me so I took a bad dairyman the eye and then let's go and then I'm like this imagine this new door guide the Comedy Store Angels Clay Guy Listened to it sleep away camp at the student award days of of digital cameras right and somebody he didn't like taking pictures of the people fans and the personalities like Nah but one it comes out and he's like what he says those guys and then I'm like you know how because I'm going to respond so now we're in a thing and it's like sure took it on purpose bad I cut I cut them out and then afterwards it Ooh look what was that fucking look this is a guy who used to have people sign autographs for him like guess autograph and then we give it to eleanor's you have to imagine the days dice is great troll by the way I think about it dice is great it borderlines on pranks it really does a UCSB on Tuesday nights you've just sold my shell and renamed it Ann Arbor that gives like yeah fuck off you get nothing and that's awesome he's like hey andrew can I get a picture this can I get a picture and he goes yeah okay which surprise may turn and look and he goes already you take the picture and at all Mike no because I think I'm I'm on his wavelength now he helped train me as a troll dice it's not like Yankee or anything just like holding these looks at me in the eye and he holds it for about a count of one two three the picture and I didn't know if I did that right or not I didn't know what I was supposed to do and they left and then it comes up to me and he goes did you get me in meant guys today on the podcast I have one of the greatest trolls of our time open mind that ideas this you are miss judging this man again it's going to be hard because I know and we'll talk and you talked about one hundred and seven hundred eight you don't have your one hundred posts beat something like that nowadays you could probably just go by accounts on twitter or wherever from India it's a pleasure and an honor to have this guy on his name is Milo Yiannopoulos and you might know him as it's going to be hard because we're all very emotionally based creatures and once we've made decisions on people it's real hard to fuck in change that even and I'm like no I cut you out a little bit of your your right ear and then most of their face means like good boy Dan who has made you angry in the past you might know him for a lot of reasons but I'm going to present to you an idea and I want you to listen with an Dan Mintz was on and he did this show and it was great and then B J Novak was on he did was great and it was just gave you pretty much the run open mind to take in this idea that the reasons you hate this man are because nothing more than he tried to get you to hate actually not good doctors for a moment we'll go okay I'll change and then go right back into prescribing the same treatment even though sciences now shown to be not right because thing where he black come and watch me at the comedy store and we'd sit in the back and watch eight thousand people in the room it's not like the comedy store now and we'd sit in the back and he let me see how long left wits was was me it was over control them anymore but nowadays people are so addicted to their anger out when he knows he's being trolled in this day and age it used to mean oh it's over when people found out that Riley that He handed me the camera guys cameras care Oriole take it and he handed me the guy's camera and I like went out to reach to take it and I held like that they deemed improper you know I've been flagged on twitter bunches of times for fucking trying to get people angry at me I've been banned addicted you kind of like a habit forming I don't know what it is a motion over reason so I want you him and he succeeded and it's GonNa be tough to admit and we go over it in this episode to like when a troll when he's found and I did it right he fucking spoke to me through his eyes and I did it right and those people get a developed a fuck and failed a month after I moved in this has been on the Patriot only for the last three months if you want to sign up my patriot patriotic dot com slash skeptics. Well I also got to tell you about this but I will tell you that Milo has a weekly show weekly Friday night chatshow starting October twenty fifth on let's just turn it up please you know and not really be set starting and then you know I was at the remember the one time he says I was at the thing you know and the twitter a bunch of times and has been banned from twitter youtube I think all sorts of different accounts all sorts of different accounts because he's gotten people mad at them and they have fucking flagged him so oh I did finish about dice I'm telling you right now the secret you're missing something because generally people aren't crazy homeless people are crazy but people and and control your fucking social media addiction because well one way to control it is to be deep platforms off everything so since patriotdepot platform also that it still works we went over it in this episode it's God I'm so fucking stoked on this conversation I had over my my house my apartment was like a because if you miss allred he's been called fucking child molestation Apologised and situations are not that crazy if you like what I can't believe that's obsolete I can understand how that can happen well probably there's details being left Oh and he looks over and dice he's giving the extent sign pulling taffy though like go longer so David goes longer and longer kick regard once one of my favorite trolls is What I did for Skank fest two years ago where I found out now they've started this fucking Bang on my God damn thing maybe I'll put this away for a minute actors they had this other study undock doctors they'll they'll they'll they'll be telling you a certain treatment is good for for a problem and then once new medical research comes out and says Oh that okay so every trial should have a code of ethics about them how do I even start this because it's an art form trolling perform appear simple it's an art form now you might disagree with the effects that are from has on people which is totally fair what is there is this a mass murderer who killed a bunch of people and then splayed out their corpses in like a like a hexagon ical shape he was a death artist he sculpted join Shakespeare was known as one of the greatest writers of our time and Andrew dice clay was one of the greatest comedians of our time in fact Shakespeare's third work and he started up dogs were you doing Brigham Voice soon dies given the extended sign extended like oh it's like he made these beautiful pieces of artwork out of human bodies now murderers sculpting dead bodies and you can say whatever you want about the morals of of doing that did he made sculptures out of people's bodies would like pull apart their their their skin and like put them side by side so we of having that as your art form but the fact that this guy was an artist is unchallengeable he's an artist pure and simple speech dot TV eight PM Fridays on free speech Dot TV that's where he's been relegated to we actually I talked to them like what are you doing pretty obviously that but this guy's art form was back actually had this episode as my first Patriot offering because I was worried that Patriot was going to censor me based on me putting up something that they didn't and facts a great artist because he's willing to do something for his art that I would never be willing to do which commit murder out I've been driven to anger by things like that before so one thing dice did was he told David Taylor give an introduction but he was extended so so uh on on creative arts that we all are are the whatever it is and he's just going longer people start booing to say I don't want trolling in my life it drives me crazy and I don't like it that's totally fair but it's still an art form my ideal for an art form to show you what in seconds he just keeps going and going and they're screaming Adam and dice is a loving it loving it you know a month later and the stock I took an awful picture fucking Dick Devices Nice guys a Dick Little they know they got trolled by the dice ended and he's doing longer and longer and dyson the side just dying laughing extended and he's going longer people who get the focus in this episode we're going to go over what trolling is how you get started in trolling what the the tenants of different roles are his specific style of trolling can people so I've only ever known as molly when you when you take molly you with friends and you're hugging because you get cold sweaty opener next man is an starts giving this introduction this long introduction what he did this and this and he starts giving his credits and then he's four time on guys any time you see a story and you look at Fox that's fucking crazy you're missing something uh who's not dice crowds comic he goes and does so so B. Minus C. Plus and then he goes all right this next man is and they're screaming for dice I mean no they don't want any stood up he's on like four minutes five minutes of introduction to a comedy show and introduction loss between three and nine hundred ages dead bodies in a beautiful manner that's what he wants to do with his art form again the damage it caused the people on is if I had to commit murder in order to stand up I'm not sure I would so this guy is a pure artist he ran month thirty day money back guarantee express VPN dot com slash Ari for three months free when you buy a one year package okay I should tell you real quick my dates I'm going to be in Nashville this weekend Thursday Friday Saturday Fox already Wednesday then I'm in Detroit on the fourteenth the Vic Theater in Chicago on November sixteenth and the funny bone liberty at Cincinnati just because he has a fucking set of rules and he abides by them and that's what trolling is it's an art form we're going to be coming up oh man okay so I got the San Jose Improv on the seventh eighth and ninth of November on the Internet one way to do that is to hide your identity and you do that by using a vpn a very popular network you're Ju- which means lucky for a few of the people like in Atlanta and Minneapolis places I haven't played in possibly Hawaii that will be adding dates to fill that time so I can be groove where my special get shot so look for new dates for January maybe something for February I got a second November seventeen th I will I don't know I should have a date for you for the special looking like February now for our it's not what it stands for express VPN dot com slash Ari that's E. X. P. R. E. S. S. V. P. N. dot com slash ositive I live in a liberal bubble of New York and I go to L. A. Lot too but the best way to get people upset at least in this bubble is so now back to this now back to what Milos I started to see him get angry and it seems like the best way to get people angry right now is to us I mean this is what the southbound guys if you only punk now the only way to be republican it gets people the maddest Republicans don't seem and again I live in a bubble I've said this before so I'm not contractor December but anyway back to what trolling is and by the way if you're going to troll well this is the perfect time for this fucking sponsor if you're going to troll the fucking sue someone who's super like activated in their political beliefs a hillary supporter hop and express what can you hear the kids screaming expressway began its shields your identity you become totally anonymous and there's no location more noticed him the more I realize he has all the tenets of a fucking troll he's looking to rile people up and see where you're like a computers IP address is one way to track you that's one thing the trolls know that if you use the appea- address for lots of stuff like this same ip address it did this one they don't know exactly where it's from but they know it's the same guy so of the piano cover that twitter's a great technique for that he's just post something and get people so mad at you ledin you can be sitting next them in in Tucson and you'd like who's this guy from Sweden attacking me that's what it'd be pianist goes to another country so it's less than seven bucks okay something Pro Republican whether you believe it or not and Milo Yiannopoulos I started noticing at first it was like always just as public speaker and then and she can access anything from anywhere you can go on fuck in Saudi Arabia and get porn You can be right next to somebody and you could be fucking with them from they get so angry it might be bullying it could borderline on that for sure but man it's fun who's more riled up than fucking feminists than angry militant lesbian feminists who are looking to be mad who's more rile up -able before Lewis and she goes oh God please don't so that means of course I'm going to and this is one of the great trolls I've had because it doesn't hurt Lewis by the way of course there's going to be a long intro would you think this was this this is me immature and I said can I the business there's no business end of it is just a celebration of comedy everyone loves stand up the performers so one thing I do I I was Christine Okay Persson said hey are Roy three months free when you buy a one year package visit express VPN dot com slash Ari so guys when you use a VPN there's no location tracking can't find you a day and I wrote back I am available day can I announce it before Louis like immediately might troll mind goes that direction what he's trying to do is promote is is is a comedy festival the Greatest Comedy Festival the greatest pure celebration of comedy festival in two years ago saying fest where announcing skank Fest is going to be on This Day let's say June twentieth Lewis is going to make the announcement in a week so we just WanNa make sure you available audiences I stand by that thing they run it right and Lewis wanted people to come with the larger reach in going to start and that's why he's an artist and I'm an artist for trolling and Milo Yannopoulos is an artist for trolling one of the highest level guys in the world when it is and so I said hey everybody Lewis wants to be the one to bring this to you but I'm going to ruin a form and I'm GonNa be the one I don't want it to actually hurt the person so if I did that and then it got you know the venue took it away from him well that would hurt him and to me that would go too far we talked about all of it we talked about how this is not even ruining it the magician you can't always checks because it ruins it the troll in this day and age you can ruin it and again Nick Mullen Great trolls I respect great trolling and so they were like we're having Milo Yiannopoulos on the lead view I robbed you of it now you can't be the one that I was but guess what more people know about it because I have a large draw I've the larger reach more twitter followers and anger people and by the way he might also believe in it but that's not really what he's about what he's really about is getting a rise out of you all these announcements for him and he was getting so angry but it didn't hurt what he was trying to do which promote the festival so that's my ethics in my trolling in my art so if you hang with Nazis you're not to which they haven't proven he's a Nazi ever say anything like that it's an amazing time to be a troll so I started notice Milo was troll I started to really revere him him secrecy and I started putting more names out there Michael Che I started nothing they weren't even on there yet because I assume they were gonna be and I ruined when they had him on I knew he was a fucking troll I could see it once once it became clear to me this guy's not just saying stuff because he believes in it but saying stuff too and then there was this uproar in the comic community how can you have this fuck in Nazi on they started saying if you hang with Nazis that means you're Nazi it doesn't ruin the troll you can tell them trolling and it doesn't ruin the troll you can see him putting the rabbit in the hat and they're still like how'd you get that rabbit out of nowhere protests outside where they fuck it attack people physically throwing shit at them they actually moved it 'cause 'cause Milo is but everyone's gotta figure out their own for their own our form the guy who S- plays out human bodies obviously he goes a lot further than I would but he figured his own ethics conservative or anything like borderline on misogyny or Race fucking idiots yeah they threatened to be violent towards the creek in the cave they have a violent my my head my hand and just going just like you know swoon whole time not say a word but I was on the road so I was like yeah it's the one with Milo it should be on for sure it should be on youtube he told me about the fuck in the UK sign that is the white our side Wpa when you hold your fingers up and it blew my mind I think we covered a little bit in this episode it blew my mind because guys can open mind it they know you get upset about anything I don't know and you could see me on the Legion gangs podcast That I did with my low they had them on this one already knew he was let's just added to the list I got spies on the inside after Awhile I found out Colin Quinn was going to do it I announced him and Louis like what the fuck you wherever just can't podcast and I was like I'd love to do that the same way when when when when Dak Prescott was on the bonfire I was like come in to you Skiing Festus on this date and I posted that and he was like what the fuck do that was my joy to be able to announce it might well I robbed a robbed how four Chan and we get into fortune it's troll group started getting lumped in as a as a white power group schism or anti-semitism they know you get upset so that's what they do they say what's going to make even though it wasn't even there that's fucking riled up he gets on people and he told me something in this in this episode in this League just gangs episode you've got to find I'm right there with the fucking conservative president and you got this nothing symbol it means nothing it's a okay and then when those member the member that that those because it wearing a make America great hats you know they must be of this this evil is white kids and they start showing them on the set and then that's what they say and fourteen is a troll group of course there are a few people on there that really do we believe it and they started this white powder turns out it wasn't available that day but I wanted to do that Prescott quarterback for the cowboys which is my favorite team I wanted to go and just sit there with my hand and my you can see all sorts of people in basketball using that signed because it's also signed for three pointer just a cool way of saying even few years ago Ray Allen flashing that side you can see who else Anthony Davis you can see Klay Thompson we got three doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean anything and fortune was able to get this thing started and just w. p. and my low on this legion skanks podcast episode he said that he helped spread that and start that and it really means if you hang with Nazis your Nazi and so I'm not because I hang with Nazis and then my dad who's a Holocaust survivor hangs with me so then he's a Nazi mighty you have no security there you should have announced when I'm out these people are fucking nuts they moved those people still vandalize the Creek Cave spray painted all over it it became a battleground it became like the left saying you can't use that and then the right by the way we're also told by it they started saying to the left you can't tell US era pinkie finger and middle finger all up circle with your thumb and you're pointing finger the other three fingers up a okay and they wanted to make that lashed that sign he start flashing became a see there's a fucking Nazi he's using it must be a white power thing everyone's taking pictures we assign the idea that like let's get this w. p. is which is a okay you know the A-ok sign you give him scuba diving everything yes it's a circle with the nothing and therefore it started four Chan said let's just make this some sign of the of the all right let's just pretend it is and then and there was a radio lab episode that talked about how four Chan was not an outright group but a troll group and they show how I always do and then I will if I can download I will add that podcasts at the end of this because they people like wait three Jews and a Puerto Rican or Nazism people like yeah that's right they are Nazis I'm like son of a Holocaust survivors of Nazi because he hangs with Nazis but also by the way it was a podcast on not this American Life Radio lab there's a radio ad podcast about fortune and then I start finding out names of people are going to be a scam fast and he wanted to introduce them Joe less I started calling commerce you're doing scanning right journalist who's cool and I'm like guys is what I mean when I'm saying please try to keep an open mind please try to face the idea that maybe this Guy Milo has fooled you into you making you think he's something that he's not four Chan is a troll group we will talk about it on this episode you know what if if I can find it I will add it to the end of this podcast I will do the podcast the song the outgrow another song now none of them know that if you look at Steph curry you can also see him black guy the place for the warriors you can see him flashing it you can see not to use it and for just sitting back laughing laughing and clapping their hands go look what we started we started kids that the native American guy was yelling in their face and they were like they were like smoking or smiling and other like these Nazi kids between these two people over a nothing symbol Malo find himself because he's just like conservative pundit near the president he just start last book court their basketball team flashing the A-OK side and like see there it is they are these Nazis they're using this as all right symbol their research showed was fourteen was just troll group and they went after Shiloh both to fuck with them and they add one weird extra nonsense correct group they're not not right group there are troll group and they made him take it down they took down that episode radio APP and it was one of the best pockets of ever heard so I will try to try to find it on your own if it's not the end of this episode because I haven't looked at it yet so so nothing and they presented a well researched idea that fortune was not an all right group but in fact a troll group who was amiss apologised for child molestation comes from an article and interview he did where he was talking about when he was raped as a fourteen year old and and book someone else to show the opposite side to fight with them and I think he started arguing with me right away like an antagonistic way until he kinda realize like oh I'm on his side I was trying to find some good in it this part wasn't even a trial I don't think I think it was just talking about his his own rape had saying well in some way own rate but it doesn't matter at this point the media runs whatever stories they want will cover that too it's so great how you can use the media to help your trolls AAC group and at first I think radio lab was like no no we're saying they're not not right group they are something else entirely troll group and people like to give them a platform stints fucking with Shiloh booth hard and it was a great episode and then people start complaining how can you promote for me just being on there was Youtube de monetize me I was showband on twitter that's been changed and lifted showband on Instagram I am still shadow abandoned instagram that means two thirds of the people who are the following you don't follow me no relation looted what else by the way by the way after that Milo Episode Legion of skanks the results what you do it's a separate thing it's not left to right it's a separate thing that's a troll that's not real that's a troll and it was a great winter fooled everybody fooled everybody myself and to a troll and then again became like soup pepe the frog that's an all right thing and the outright so we don't really came from because it came from four Chan because it means difficult thing it's one of the signs of a four channel as a nonsensical thing and that pepe the frog was at nonsensical thing they just added that and this Guy Milo is great at it I'm asking you to open your mind step back from whatever you know about them by the way the member the ones where people would like it was always like asking you to women to marry you at a ballgame and it was like a big thing and also put up extra shit you know put up a couple extra podcasts a month mailbag episodes things like that and then right he said something and I was like dude you can listen to the episode there was a moment where he realized I go no no I think you're a troll and I think you're one of the greatest I did a podcast with Legionnaire's gangs and I think he thought I was there the beginning because a lot of people who book can you search my name on instagram try right now two thirds of you will not find might will not find me you could put an Ari by the way who would come up before are no space maybe come up to hashtags of ours come up before me Hash tab small accounts like fake accounts with with twenty followers there's no anger on that one but it it makes people want the and that's a troll not quite identical but like it's thanks sign up now help support me building new studio so I can have video podcasts everybody you will help support that video podcasts of this algorithm it's clearly not it's clearly not I'm the one you're looking for and some nothing account is not the one you're looking for that happened it's alright group is terrible and it's almost like you guys did you guys even listen to the episode I don't I don't think they did you did you would understand like oh I was wrong there right after this Milo episode there's no one I can reach it instagram change it to shout Obama by the way I was ios before the time like this Milo episode is up there for for months only those people heard it God is a fucking good episode so let's get into it one of the marathons they had them run against the stream like into the runners and jumping up and down to just look like a salmon swimming upstream they've taken away every opportunity for him to do with trolling which fucking sucks to destroy artists at the height of his art form to finally hear this I really am I really really am this guy is one of the best trolls in the world cacophony society that would do stuff like put a guy in a there's another form of trolling they put a guy in a salmon outfit and during the Boston Marathon back fingers like whole the old male with the fingers doing that laughing oriented Ari Shapiro maybe so wish I'd be top three don't come from anywhere show fear don't come up our Chevere don't come up are you should and they said Okay it looks like you've been flagged for pornography we clearly see that you're not pornographic we're lifting that ban you now show up and searches before that as it helped me become a man like he was trying to think of what the goods parts of this are for him dealing with his own rape he's not saying child molestations okay he was dealing with this flagged on Patriots and you show band on their luckily Patriot there was at least a human I could talk to pay without saying the words it looks like I've been shadowed try to just fucking sucks twitter instagram youtube I tunes you should be ashamed shall we I think we show and by the other great trolls like the Cacophony Society that Pakistan with PLOUHINEC politic excuse me people start going like oh I can fuck with this and ask a woman to marry them and the woman say no and walk off and everyone looking like Oh and the guy will just sit there dejected trolls comments some of those will be trolls actually but others will be the result of trolls and they'll be like this and this and just going to get flagged that's the way it is when I put up a post after the Catholic church burned down of the Notre Dame cathedral and relying on the honor roll you know what I mean like it like butts up against trolling at least God I can't believe this episodes finally here I'm so excited cents you this episode Super Proud he came over he's going to sound like a for the first ten minutes because that's what he is the guy doesn't cause any physical or monetary damage to anyone still taken away his ability to use your platform he's it's just shitty shit trolling is are now able and are equipped to spot it and to appreciate it as the art form that it is ladies continued results of what a great trolling has done it has made people believe something that is not true and you the people who now know the truth about what tape hut and that ceiling was what the children looked at to go to the happy place as you were being raped and I get banned for you see the abuse that I take if you see on twitter if you see the youtube comments like this guy's a fucking Dick it'll be most people haven't heard the episode we'll just go look at the everything you've thought before really really forget everything you've thought before and I'm telling you I will take abuse for this episode and eighty but anyway that's the price trolls pay we know we're on the fringes we know we go for anger so we're going to get banned sometimes and he goes what are you talking about trump you could just see what do you know about and I was like I'm a troll that's what I said and he was like Oh yeah I'm a troll and I respect Louis novelist proudly starts now could tremendous and I wouldn't do it but the fact that he has an art form you get it to get what I'm saying he's an artist it post or something like that I think there's a way to like if you're on there if you follow me on their on instagram there's a way to like sign up so you're notified every time I post and that's the anyway otherwise there will make it so that you will not see my posts you try to reach out to Instagram we don't do that I'm like I mean I can just show you too a week and it's like why he didn't do anything promoting violence there was no violence it was fucking cigarette somebody throughout by accident a worker there was no violence and then eventually like okay but I don't mind I didn't mind because I know that he is he's trying to get a rise out of it wasn't going to happen so stick with it keep an open mind forget the gentlemen are severe sceptic tank episode three seven zero troll with the people just can't find me unless I'm tagging someone else's thing whatever but that's the price we pay as trolls the price we pay and I'm super proud those people are not stepping back with an open mind and those people are continued victims of my lows trolling they are you enter Ari Shapiro skeptic tank or should I gotTa Zang skeptic thank our fear wouldn't come up you'd have to enter my euro which is Patriot dot com slash the votes golf and I you know you lose a week of promotion the shadow ban it's like I can't promote my dates as well instagram on unless find by you gotta sign up to look at my the danger to second but okay you're at my apartment what do you think we just moved in here actually a macho I watch her I've actually taken a photograph of you I'm on the way back from I do everybody's everybody who's house I visit I take a quick snap of their bed yeah so that I have some sort of very similar electrify want to claim some kind of sexual or no just no just like just for leverage just like what are you talking about up in forget it when a man does your place it's like it's crisp and sexy and gorgeous and it conveys a sense of the guys personality when women tips but I got used to like really shitty look I'm just I'm going to pull it up so that you can look at what I'm talking about some accounts of like polyester and and they kind of crunch really sweaty in them you get sweaty at night in that do cover this surprise ask you about that she ordered that for me shorter that for me about this together the the great unspoken secret most men are not in delicate to admit mainly because they want to have sex again evoke the problem is that you haven't helping yourself with all of this extremist texture I'd how would you how would you describe this aesthetic regular financing on top of it is just some sort of to cover do you know what the worst indictment of your flat is I didn't even realize a woman lived here best the worst she's a full of textures and knickknacks that's on every every girlfriends wives they always have those shows full of crap they're no longer space that well because there are too many of them because you live in New York you live four square feet and eventually you have just this quite nicely science department from Manhattan Yeah Yeah the Pacific are always gone bedspread it's disgusting what do you mean that's hers who by the way as me because you aren't Jewish and you should know about these things I mean do do you need me to introduce you the concept of Thread Count Oh yeah dude I was poor for too long once I became a comic of course at a fallback plan of Jewish but the shelving you're already on the cusp you're on the cusp of maximalism is never a good place to be I'm just asking if it were is that actually men are all the things that women are supposed to do like men make all the best chefs men and women's cooks designed to get it is there like a little bit like why is he talking to that guy I can't believe it and then she's like she's pretty normal and see things my way most of the time but I the last thing I think she traveling where did you go got yards elephant pants hanging up they'll bring back you know kind of various textiles eh up and she made me make that bad or she was like I want to help you over here don't even know what no because it looks like one of those when you're seven and you got the wwe ones and they're yeah from places like Morocco she made the number goddess inch made it just keeps getting worse see look it's just it's it's really bad it's not a cover a little bit covers just a sheet yeah and and I can say oh my God I didn't even I didn't even realize that women lived here okay well given her freedom or complete of all the Yep Oh is this really interesting medicine buffalo that I picked up in Morocco spaced out words no but after after a certain period of time here then you've got this sort of like old reclaim this sort of like gloss bottle with a big just this wind white wolves wood floors and just a couple of pieces of really beautiful dark rich ornate furniture but everything else is quite spartan and quite clean and ah thrown into the space whereas men I think typically will come up with something more coherent like the place will have a feel to it when I'm decorating somewhere I'm like what are you or from all or something but he does have a woman brain for certain things and if you let him decorate what you'll end up with is just this hodgepodge of stuff he likes it hasn't really started very well the problem anyway let's let's talk about troll that's really what I think is amazing I'd be worried about is a fuck up her skirt what the real failure of this is designed what you've got lovely original features on the Wyss you've got this he's a full what does that what do you call it even I don't know if this is lovely regional features in the walls you've even got the you could leave a blank have one piece of art but what you have instead of canvases propped up on what is that she's not the painting that why she's in why is it here uh-huh let it go let it go change the subject to talk about but yeah I don't think people understand what a troll is it's going to be mad at me about that part I'm sitting here watching you like consciously be gracious about it and then you reached a point where you would like it's time to change nothing goes with anything and this is the problem when my husband's like this because he's got like six two looks like a football player you know it's like saving with a supermodel or I describe it as gap Yar da- Pr Pr like if you like well to do students we'll take a gap year a no go have your stuff like how do I make room for instead of going but if you have zero move into but the trick is to have better stay well fair enough runner which looks vaguely aboriginal then there's a box on top of it looks like she was in China like gigs I know these things Shinwari Acumen thing we all want the people that we hate to shut up you know it takes how every generation though it takes people to fight a new for freedom of expression Oh this is the simple answer is when one particular side of the political divide gets a stranglehold on culture and politics in your home is beautiful and grateful for your hospitality things but even though I'm not going to get good points that's fine even it's not even you think about this consciously but you just walk in your life you get some from the room I think the problem is I get what you're saying is that when you move in New York if you're not moving fresh awful and is a real thing and aside from that this is the perfect flat too because you've even gone little high in the ceiling so it could take a big armoire or you could and you could you've done here is take you know have you ever been to a very wealthy Parisian's flat where they have a very open austere kind of speech is what the left was built on but now they've won everywhere and everything there channing on it because it no longer suits them they're budweiser is in for You know the fucking what explain do you know what I mean it's very very wealthy Germans French people quite often have apartments like that which are every thing in there is an antique and his defend me so they they they picked call but that's why he's so clearly tongue-in-cheek about it that it was like an he's not your enemy he's not even what you're saying whatever yeah right I had a long talk with patron about an hour after that Sardana Vodka Guy got banned and I was like and they were like you should sign up a patriot and I was this other people put stuff in front of you that makes you really uncomfortable makes you reconsider the world and the law and life and changes your opinion this offensive nation things that never really quite happen but it's fun to think about that is itself a form of political provocation right because you're you're trying to about two and then I was like hey this stuff is troubling to me we talked about it and I was like joining with humor is right now even even if anybody doesn't pay bands people if they don't it's sort of like what they had to say for whatever reason I was banned in fact the reason that you know about Saga mcadoo I was just a couple of days before thought your name came up in the conversations there's no space your shit away this would love to have a closet from the rats on your grandma's wicca cabinet and on this wicket cabinet there's a sort of yeah and in fact up until now what's shame about the sensors up until now offensive free speech has been an engine of Progressive Progress I mean this has been a rights women's suffrage birth called pride month not just that but they did you say tweeted Budweiser I think it was the UK Budweiser tweeted a sexual pride it goes against their own interest that people are defending is not like I like daisies get him out of here it's got to be the offensive stuff matters and all of the institutions of civil society the natural instinct for them to pursue is to repress contrary opinion so natural healthy good for everybody and it should be the only permissible opinion in society anyway the point being there is this systematic the two hot to handle so when people Jordan Peterson made a fuss about it they made a fuss about call instead of me call being real name because you know it's just a waste too much hassle nick this thought experiment and this is what comics trading is thought experiments flights of fancy this is the basis of so much great comedy like little flights of imagination and the pamphleteer is the seventeenth eighteenth century in London and when the printing presses are all like going and cheap enough and all the rest of it you get people who print respectful challenges to authority now some of them like nailing your tenants on a church yes well that wasn't done honestly but yet nation of points of view and most important people who resist this and so what what used to be known to answer your question what used to be known as Polenz you know a thousand copies of something that says here's what these people are really doing and distributing them by hand around London and these things these pamphlets is become bunkers of course it's bonkers everyone knows it's bunks anyone who claims this is sensible or useful or whatever is lying or retard but the fact get people to think about something a different way in a way that will confound amuse them but on a more serious place political polemic which I mean if you go back to the their work not under their own names you know about that until later so the idea of anonymous polemic dangerous ideas thinking about things a mature into the first magazines like the spectators spectators is England's longest running longest continuously published magazine. It is yeah when you get to The Spectator magazine and you get bylines respite but publicis this name this is the name under which America's founding fathers a better example really is the is the founding of this country because these pamphlets very often distributed anonymously or under assumed names when you get into this big danger the stories and tableau and what if this was exactly you recall things that happened so much of comedy lives in imagine identify with as they say these are people who are brave enough aw wealthy and well educated enough they can get away with all whose opinions aren't really that dangerous so they don't Zien respite and these magazines are full of let's go provocations the full of of Gadfly Ish disres- is fundamental to the founding of this country people being able to provoke anonymously people being able to take their name out of it and say whatever they want without fear heart of the political landscape very often they're scurrilous and scandalous and full of gossip and and you know horrendous allegations these things eventually people from the constraints of ordinary propriety Manas you give him licensed to say what they really think the free from the risk of public censure they will say I don't like the way this country's changing because I don't like the fact that when I walked down the high street in east London every to be anonymous okay though in many cases I don't know that Hitchens ever did this but there are many examples of these preliminary tests and essays to published some things in their own name and some not the man all right which would they want to do so you have to deal with the argument that the left hates quote unquote trolls is these trolls on cares about the not just saying I'm not particularly keen on Madonna doesn't move the conversation forward and culture and the stuff that masses is the offensive free speech his polemic much without word okay so in the seventeenth eighteenth century people saw I guess what you would call the first sort of literary rebellion continuing along noble esteemed tradition of anonymous polemic which takes the name out of it and forces you to address solely the content just the the people who are not allowed to or haven't really considered it has not just not just a respectable decent history it has an esteemed history because the best that we have more people exactly so the the the single sheets of paper become bound or become folded into a little pamphlet they're either lying or there were retard no sitting no sensible person was going to say no educated you don't even need to believe that the social justice stuff is sincere you hear a clearer crisper and more honest expression of their anxieties because when you take when you allow their ID to assert itself roof of reprisals because it's not gonNA come back to their real name yeah the freedom that comes with taking your name away from something it means that they contact I am I'm in the tradition of the nineteenth century or maybe twenty some some repeat is out in the twentieth century but the nine hundred twentieth century polemical journalists the loss great one being because I don't WanNa ruin my relationship with the salona whatever the accelerator that is maybe having multiple twitter I wasn't racing forward would turn and face the congregation and they said they remember their parents going well does it even Christianity anymore you talking USA you're talking about the that's a much better sense of what they really worry about those atavistic concerns let's say for instance immigration you allow people to comment anonymously and ah I think for instance that swift published a modest proposal under pseudonym no way really eventually got published on but yeah getting for shop front is in Arabic and the place looks like Islamabad Lahore Karachi. It doesn't look like London anymore going to give you an example about eighteenth century salon I was talking about the hairdressers hairdresser when you the document no public patriots this is the name under which America's founding fathers are publishing a few weird mean horrible people who suffering I will say this it is right and proper to hate the hateful and there is a place for the per second a lot of times I think it's just uncomfortable with change and my friends Catholic parents were telling me about the first cavalcade where the priests would instead of also one of the reasons that the churches in crisis it is the it is the liberalization of the Liturgy and the encouragement in the Catholic Church of more hatred and outrage I mean but it's Oh assist hate well something so deserving of hate I happen to find the behavior and attitudes of most Islamic community extraordinary form of the mass that agenda and old right mass in which the priest is not face the congregation and they turned and then they were like well this is ridiculous and well they're right about that innovation I mean prior to Christianity women don't have to say I do men will just say I'm Mary you and that's it it's the end of the matter like that change people like that change it's probably a good the Hitchens who would put his his provocation great girl after he released I'm very much in that tradition or like might be wrong about that but there are examples of things eventually see that good tool or it's like this is too tacky I'm going to put this none of his name maybe back it up with me did you think it's good to great women's suffrage which I have more complex view off but only like women suffering nobody likes anyone suffering a good change for instance like gays not getting moded in the street for holding hands good for instance women being given consensual marriage which is a Christian wanting to think it through fully and properly I rather than charge ahead and get into a situation that we have now where we have prepubescent boys twitter argument how does the troll take the name out of it well because much of what's going on line is anonymous trolling it's dumb and a student and for sure for sure twitter I do it I take a different route. He's even in the West deserving of hate I think that they oppress women I heard in France have you heard about the Sharia Law and women just like we advise you not to go the for its own sake or wanting to be a little more cautious about change is one of the things that make somebody conservative the clue is in the name right airplane in I've been here for so long aeroplane in in Marseilles I used to have a house in the south of France Exxon pulse I don't anymore because you get was trolling because we no longer have spacing culture for polemic we don't have anywhere now I mean if you think when Christopher Hitchens died right would anybody with his opinions in his to say you want to say it but this part I don't like my point is simply that there is good changing bad change and being resistant to change is one of being resistant to change to do we'll this set off a chain of events if we allow this is the ultimate end point of this blanket euthanasia for anyone who wants it like I think you now have in Belgium women unless they were lefties in which case they can say kill all white men masculinity so fragile white man of the problem the lowest difficulty said and they can say the most hauling things about certain groups based on the identity politics the progressive left they can be way worse than hitchings but only in one political direction and that answer that sort of to safe then king and dresses drag Queens in gay pride where we have drag queen storytime two of two of those drag queens have already been arrested for every child porn on their computers think that having the same politics as Burger King and Nike makes transgressive and makes you oppressed you have a problem and your problem is the victims in Germany they're spitting doctors in the emergency room and the German taxpayers are paying for health care for two million Syrian economic migrants autism and all the rest of it which led to the child abuse crisis by allowing the clergy to be openly homosexual and turning a blind eye to it is it is precisely that kind of thing watering down it really matters nothing and it was accepted now but it's just not acceptable now and in those kinds of innovations off to the second bats as I know we believe everyone should be able to come here in quiet moment of quiet corner he's like dude the hate crimes are up it's like it's this thing that he's like you can't separate it national review is as awful as they become now I mean they're old thing used to be you know standing for history yelling stop or whatever so they they wanted to resist change for its own sake and consider change can consider these new innovations slowly and carefully would they contribute to the greater good of these morally right the politics of Nike and Burger King you don't have that many problems now the main component this is a very long answer your question but it's very good well it's not polemic at all really when when agree this happening right now in this city right pride month we need a month now if you airplane there and you're at risk your life is just so so it's those things you're saying about how you can talk only in quiet moments and I remember talking to a French comic and Scotland once and mile who is twenty-five get hired Vanity Fair no slay you could not have say only lesbians or often the not they turn out to be a pedophile surprise fucking surprise so enter cautiously as you know this is this is William F. Buckley killed for being a troll what do you mean well because he's because he's upsetting the Greek powers that be to the point where they say you are such a dangerous influence on the Adenauer don't at all but so they're they're not they're not because with Kebab shops everywhere don't you that there is good change in bad change I mean if you have to eat poison and die right that's what happened Plato tells us about this right so socrates forced to eat poison because he's corrupting the minds of the Youth Socrates script you've been handed telling you that your victim your whole life when actually you live in New York and if anything you have advantage competitive advantage being homosexual here yeah we were talking about that and they're spitting at doctors and you know why because they don't WanNa be treated by women because they only want male doctors say I'm okay with the culture but you can also say but it's not through to tomorrow Annapolis if I can put it like that you have you have these great history yeah some some more modest than others who who who locate us this is the mark of a coward not somebody who suited for the highest office in America Twenty nine hundred and you only came out a few years ago what is wrong with this guy anyway you we'll continue the main component to visit the most in-depth breakdown of trolls I've ever heard so I'm really I actually am enjoying speaks about this is intelligent is it deserves to be is like that in in Europe being able to resist these things strongly and doing so in a way that may offend people anonymously has become known she'll good in this and what you always find is that they're speaking truth to pasture choose to authority and this trolling thing it dovetails with the other great cancer in a wig with some you know with a with a sexuality problem we had lifestyle desperate to get in a room full of children to read bedtime stories there's something up with that person and literature nobody can I say this has put the church in crisis in the first place so I don't think it's okay you don't you don't want to I don't you're on the floor because it's never even occurred to them before but what's really really happening is not men being mean to women online because half the abuse that women get online is from other women Laura which is this obsession with abuse and harassment right will actually is going on and once you hear this most people hear this and they kind of look at me with their oaken about trolling properly understood has a history going back as far as socrates Plato Sophocles was critise was a troll we're also going to get into by the way I've already lost everything I can lose the the real thing that's going on is not men being mean to women online or white people being racist online the real thing that's happening is a class war between the educated upper middle class professionals the doctors the lawyers and the journalists especially the university professor keep chickens did you know that if you have gay listeners they will be amused by sixty you let it up keep I have people like him because like I thinks he's gay guy that says he didn't come out until like twenty thirty decades decades decades I must be Dutch or something like one of those chickens chickens is google gay chicken and look for a description woods don't don't is the students were arrested and the working classes in America who was suddenly given a voice by social media by comment sections on newspaper websites by twitter by message boards by facebook what happened in the last decade was that journalists suddenly found out who their readers really were Oh and they didn't like it very because it turned out that their readers control right he's the one who's who's asking people to think for themselves and don't take things for granted and the rest of it but at great length and Plato from Socrates Might Miss Because you matters because this is based on an idea that people at home are dumb Hicks who needs to be saved from themselves hundred fifty of them make something brilliant the Internet is the funniest something wrong so much missing closed quotation mark I'll be told instantly in a way don't happen to believe that I think is based on a horrible patronize a patrician patronizing condescension from people don't obey the propriety and manners laws that the people living in these rarefied New York they wanna be right into the puck in ah they want to right under the under under someone's newspaper call him you are a stupid fat hog and you're wrong about these six things right and what happens is very only people voted for trump all racists which same thing with Brexit so you heard about that where it was like the racist change and then I've had really intelligent political friends who are like maybe the difference in the vote you just search google gay chicken just don't do the images let's not many blockbusters for sure what language is a when you discover the comments sections are more intelligent and funnier than wants above the line right because of the funniness of the group is that the great ones pop out who went to certain class of university and who now block for the daily beast visit against people have ordinary jobs they think there's people that dumb dumb they just didn't have the same opportunities and those into his apartment I've I've woken up next this is his bedroom and then it's like is this is this is this not your bedroom well yeah I don't remember Oh no he wasn't my house once per by the time you lose very often are funnier and say more things than people who work at the daily beast as discussion with real feminist like woke big comic and she was like you know it's like if someone's a closeted gay like why would they not come out it's like oh it benefits you financially are you crazy look but to judge whose whose name by the way single day I get a response to a to a status on telegram or two a calm I've written or to something under under under on Youtube or whatever I think God I wish I'd come up with right one out of the all new so you can say that to women women tournaments show so hard you say it publicly and it's fuck you if you say publicly women will deny it and try to fire you say it privately guys he looks like why does one is because I don't want to have sex with him I don't mind saying publicly because it doesn't cost me any that other people have this system failed even worse than that are the ones who do come from those areas and then forget their roots and some of them they're like visiting help on their own racist vote but it's not that often but here's what I told her I was like Oh no you've never been Dayton you've never gotten out of your limo and walk around a depressed city it's not just about bizarre to me when people who live in extremely wealthy and enormously white areas or white stroke Jewish areas you know very often stop people from expressing themselves respectively in reasonably when they have normal opinions about things when you call them trolls call them abuses call them harassers closure class war being perpetrated against the working classes by the middle and upper middle classes they just don't like hearing from real people because we're not allowed to freely express yourself people solve political disagreements with guns you hear people typically do not at least not yet but it's going that way rates of working closeness be offended by me saying that it's just what it is that's my whole family right and so it's it's so where does the troll commit when you is a testament to the great to the greatness of the American people when you comment sections ban them from twitter ridicule them on TV lie about them as happened in the last election cycle they don't have many options left now in those so what's really happening with trolling abuse and harassment and they're all they're all different dimensions if the same the same stone if you like there aren't any num- statistically numb but this was this is erected is the most disgusting to me and my whole family is black now ultimate example of this because nobody comes from L. A. Really people people people moved to l. a. and then move out when it doesn't work right but New York has this too and particularly in media the extent of this generational hatred from twenty thirty forty somethings living and working in New York none of none of whom actually come from here all of whom Oh and what my neighbor's kid is in Iraq right now in war neighbor's kid was abused by her uncle across dresser and that's my basis for understanding this politicians meals all the rest of it like Manhattan your will which is the apex of that are lecturing the rest of us about attitude we should have to racial harmony in Dearborn adjacent you have a different opinion of Islam than if you live in New York where the only Muslims you know doctors and of course they're perfectly nice people because they're not really practicing understand real people they don't share they don't not working Americans concerns and anxieties because they don't suffer from the same things if you're living in Michigan and you're living Eddie beat the shit out of your mom who was an alcoholic and they both they both voted for trump and you hate them so much and I now I get where this is coming from and I think that we sometimes under estimate escaping somewhere else the thing about better than the exactly they have graduated out of it and it is now the moral responsibility to shit on it so la is the as a testament to the greatness and to the magnanimity and to the extraordinary patience and forbearance of Republican America that gunning down the law of you because Muslims sorry to say but you're not they don't go to prayer well that's the thing to trans bathrooms when that was humongous but it's like you talked to someone in middle of Missouri Club never even seen a trans person invaded Manhattan and killed the fucking of you and frankly trump is the least bad thing that liberals deserve trump everyone in my family is back on my family and they also have been another race not wealthy they're all from New Jersey in various issue okay yes ultra never met a gay you're like Ooh what's what could be a gay person but nobody's manny trannies because there aren't any on Arthur going that way because the left to censor the right and it is the only that is the only reason is happening because woke and don't realize that racism is prejudice plus power when a married to a black person you know what the fuck is amazing that they haven't had which I don't agree with it's an amazing testament before Barents and the good sense of the American public that they have chosen rather than up that babies and make different choices in life but wage gap the specific implication of which and this is the charge that they may locations this go here is that we'll have left because you're not allowed to express yourself certain certain facts are impossible then to say in public like you can no longer say that you know certain things about transgender people without risking your career turn on the TV and I see nine year old boys tw- working while gay men Leering at them and the boys kissing these these men in wearing spandex co where it used to happen except in all of these left wing organizations that are constantly teaching the rest of us how we should live or yes all with their fucking slave made iphone all the ones who get busted full paying women much more illegal since the sixties the seventies I don't remember but it's been illegal since the seventies it doesn't happen now there are always going to be individual earnest's are unable to establish a statistically significant wage gap right it doesn't exist there's an earnings gap because women schwinn rows under paid less for the same work as men doesn't happen except by the way in left wing and left wing political campaigns where it quite often does seem to happen except at gold take up arms and they have instead taken to the Internet and just started ridiculing these losers right because they instinctively understand that ridicule and humor is a powerful shit allegation against him and go to target and the Children's section they've got gay pride in every target gay pride children's clothes and unless not Republicans when was the last time you heard about a republican campaign who got busted for paying women less you done but they're looking at any SAUNAS campaign did it Hillary Clinton offer the guns because if you look if I saw my my son is being has been kicked out of university because a woman made an unsubstantial see you must insist that there is a gender pay gap there isn't you must insist that that's a weird one well no it's not what we wanted simple in that every study when I talked to him it's like all right well you WanNa shut whatever up like what do you think's going to happen then do you think we're just GonNa go away or not have a job and just die off do you think the hideous track record of trying to hunt down people who posted comedy videos on the Internet to try to shame them and the object of which is to scare people into not doing to do so CBS hence trolling hence polemic right and people do it often not under their own names and the daily beast has a CNN both have particularly going to shoot you and that's what's going to happen and you did it not them you did it so way but you're just want to get back into the troll a little bit you said your the way you just mentioned it was trolling is the lightest most gentle punishment imaginable but I try to walk left America has done two flyovers I try to grow with new oak which is the worst woke but impression that many Americans have about how the Public Square works they turned to the time honored strategy to topple dictators which is humor and ridicule hence ridicule Aziz you know and I and I and I'm told the I am the real moral morally deficient person because I'm like insufficiently slowed down video of Nancy Pelosi right you're not even allowed to mock the third most powerful person in the country anymore if they're a Democrat without risking CNN or the daily beast finding out kind of inclement certain circumstances given the tyranny of all given the authoritarian feel that many Americans you know comes out afterwards from from economists go we don't really think exists and they go it's Meta contests like well it's women economists to and then female up get out of here in your profession that's a fact question you got the medical facts are without risking your career you can't talk about statistics on it's not us the reason Dave Smith says the best that goes he goes listen if men could if we could pay women's seventy whatever cents on the dollar why would we just feel in cases sure but on the whole economy white it doesn't happen through the troll comes in and try to correct yes so this issue Congo on television yeah try to hold you hold your own against it just just explaining basic economics they all know and the lying to your face in line to the view is about giving those he says he's like the equivalent of cops during shooting your dog no always next door administrator in the facebook group in which video emerged but people don't know what it is there was a video of it bit but nothing annoys people like the truth and when you and this is one of the great this is one of the Great Maxim's of trolling so my my first book dangerous older every six weeks she has to revert to a bat you know she's hanging upside down to cost in Transylvania for a few hours to regenerate on what and who you are and Duxing you and this guy was a black forklift truck operator got the wrong guy right he says so yes it might not even be him it is it is it not you guys but it is them they do it right every time a New York I feel like I'm an enemy territory so I just say it is a bad people there's not let let me put it this way it's not the first example okay but if you want to upset people draw attention to something that is true so so you have aloud why is he so mad he's mad because everyone has seen and knows that Nancy Pelosi is getting old she's not like beyond incapable of doing her job but she's obviously overstretched not surprising it doesn't even reflect badly on her it's just a natural part of aging but because it's true and real and people have noticed they went a shit about and his name's she I think she called trump Bush or something you know stuff like that tumbles out of people's mouths when they get sixty or seventy years old and they're working eighteen hour days seven days a week Mike Pence whatever become president or you're not allowed to make fun of her when you put those allowed to make this country basically let's just slowed down and made it look drunk and the funny well the worst bit of it is she is getting daughter and everybody knows it and the reason they were so incensed is that nobody heading flourishes because it does it will work both ways though there's trolling on a giant grand scale where you live and is also trolling on weights smaller scales his campaign did it did it hold on paying women less paid less than what he wanted as minimum women less than men for the same work go look it up corporations with cheaper labour every Indonesia get cheaper liberal I wouldn't go to America no Mamedov it'd be hired again if you would you ever hire a man one out of thirty men charged WHO's the vendor boy Anderson Cooper Okay on CNN furious that facebook would allow this video to exist she sure has she's obviously brilliant at her job the whole back room wheeler-dealer whatever she's obviously great to that but when you're in public she very often does stumble over words she forgets the weapon the hypocrisy intellectual arsenal but it is also it's the most part it's a powerful weapon but it is the weapon that you leverage against tyrants because they tried to process that this was like fake news because video is slowed down it was just a comedy video designed to humiliate and embarrass her and you can't ah about the third most powerful person in the country you now allow to make fun of the third most who could if they were an accident on Air Force One for instance there's no wage gap without without the only way to do it these days and on American TV I don't they can happen at all but on British TV sometimes you're allowed the token right-winger to go up against a panel of three other people which is your local governments or your local people who are in charge or whatever are the does your Supreme Court definition of harassment okay which is the only meaningful thing that exterminated you know and and any of that stuff when people are not treated fairly equally when you undo what is I think the primary innovation in inside search has a section on trolling Jesus I call it and it's as maximum patrolling and one of them is nothing annoys people like the truth true facts and you know this administered twitter without having asked for permission you can talk to them I well I'm sorry but that can't be how it works yeah great great cartoon about nobody gets annoyed fucking old sake bus who steals a youth of America who really does every every I don't care what side he's on and tyranny in an authoritarian become popular with people because they erect double standards whether it's communism tiny rich ruling elite who have access to all the stuff they want and the brought that up I just realized because about that one but you don't Wanna I don't WanNa fuck if you'd have you'd have to spell it out for me a bit more people don't whether it's fascism well any either extreme of the political right or left ends up with people being oppressed or ultimate their daily life normally right so if you are bombarding someone with relentless emails calls text messages let through their front door the Ken Thompson terrorizes them and they can no longer yeah and like all old people she's getting tired and when people get tired they stumble over their words a little bit they forget names that's all that's happening she's not has in his twenty six year old royal yeah this gives rise to other kinds of quality like equality before the law like the if you if you murder somebody it doesn't matter if you're rich or poor black or white the prestige the prestigious civilized debate in newspapers and on television is ridiculed is being a gadfly now as a brick I have a sort of natural idea that we can spend up all of our leaders why make fun of a because she's a Democrat now this these are the conditions under which press releases before everybody else you don't or you get to be used as pawns in some scheme you don't really understand no the best thing to do is to hold thank you can talk about in in in terms of this if you're if you unwanted attention the affects somebody's ability to conduct their harassment at these words of dumbed down like the truest cartoon I've seen in in two decades because it's double standards the fundamental basis of Christian Western democracy which is every individual person has unique intrinsic worth and has an equal being trumpian populist nationalists political side I just nuke somebody from orbit who should be an ally of mine but presided over the most appalling behavior by her employees allowed to appear on CNN and defend the case on the merits and the rest of it the only thing you have left is being in gadfly is pricking people from the edges and this is what the public are doing this is why so many understanding of this because our our media are not like you'll media so your newspapers or grand and pompous and you'll get this is the opinion of the New York Times editorial board auction they can't short to work without birth you are harassing them right but this word has been diluted so extraordinarily that now appears to mean disagreeing with the and once a year they have the White House correspondents dinner where they schmooze with the same people that reporting yeah this does not exist in Britain the prime minister Britain would be too terrified to have dinner with any short sentences even when they're not mothers than male criminals do so how does the troll coming incorrect the only weapon you have left when you are unable to participate in the IT's breaking down because if things like racially aware policing in Chicago which ultimately just destroys the black community by giving free passes people for bad behavior which causes reporters love memes and troy trolling how else are they supposed to express their opinion go to CNN dot com go abc they don't have comment sections anymore they've closed the mall it works has worked for a really long time and it's probably still the best system now as Brit I have this natural gadflies tendency which overhear people make some of it's ridiculous it's like somebody hate them tell them the truth that goes the old saying the best that Adolf Hitler Mix some truth with these lies and they'll be way more likely to believe it shouldn't I have this the unwashed masses being allowed to have their say and their embarrassing are journalists journalists sue by the way the most incompetent journalists anywhere in the world American journalists are the dumbest incompetent hopelessly political politically compromise journalists anywhere in the world they are the worst the absolute worst anywhere in the world to the next person we Christians put it is we are created in the image of God and we all have the same unlisted little room full of them because all we want to do is just rip you down Oh it's hilarious watching parliament Everett screaming at each other what is this system right so bodysuit account in the same way I didn't win this is going out but just this morning I published a ten thousand word essay on my my sight dangerous which is about people on my own side on the emerged incomes and forensically dismantles your narrative and explains not just not just that you were lying but how and why you're lying it can it can all stand we can as you guessed it more bad behavior anyone with children knows that like likewise the fact that you know female female female criminals get vastly oh you adopted when you wanted to communicate because this is typical of the kind of plus based prejudice that we've been talking about in this conversation features easy and who is a video game feminist of her shovelling Shit over over a wall and crying foul when somebody comes back and saying abuse harassment Aristocrat or a pauper if you murder somebody go to jail and you get this and you should get the same sentence don't that fundamental understanding of fairness has begun to break down era you could go to a to a washerwoman and getting more intelligent point of view about politics than you could do from John Stuart Mill writing on liberty because it's the right thing to do this is not going to see a wrong it doesn't matter which side you're now I see is cleaning house rather than my point being when you're porter's because they're all mental Disney Disney was insisting years that the politics and SBN had nothing to do with crashing ratings right Oh it's just because those things have become so politicized by the left I mean fashion is fashion has always been a bad offender but look happy? SPN Why do you think people troll Espn we're just full of emotion and bravado gun-toting some sure but on the overall we're just say I'm right interesting is a class based revolt I think that working people correctly see economic inequality Marietta with political hegemony Orthodoxy and from Alabama I I have completely rejected what components of that I have from my brain and decided instead I would much rather in class revolt but I think it goes beyond politics you control sports you control fashion you control anything there's a joy with people really exists early short you're a nice guy who understands these things is not as far along the chain is me on some of these opinions and all the rest of it but you can at least appreciate it as a reasonable position but on the other side of London of course no that would be ridiculous but today in America twenty thousand nine absolutely okay so trolling for you is definitely on the political realm it is he's sort of terribly low rented low class they don't be noted with this because if you'll reporting on politics you need to be involved the right parties or you won't get access no go to the right partisan get you don't get access so people are taunting is how bond paying the Piss out of each other is how men become friends when I was when I was being Beasley about align myself with common sense working people because they're right more often not always not always in history I wouldn't say say I wouldn't say in the Victorian and I point is fuck you for that because it's your and second of all is I would trust somebody with that accent who works in Walmart to tell me the truth about something actually fucking highlight that might be the reason they're turning off you think so the fucking highlights man I don't care about their backstory and who their mom is show the fucking highlights I think the lives hell by mocking them and by but I'm saying that's not just if you go into a bicycle bicycle message board this needle them that's not true Roy before I would trust the reporter at the New York Times and I'm right to yeah but you see how ingrained is because you're a nice guy it's my dumb accent is either southern the let's say the non trump the Republicans and all of the Democrats and they want to tear it down and one of the tools at their disposal he's just making these people I agree with you I think it's American like the average job in every level journalists are feminists are everything is just like together new Dr one other pop no woman will ever truly understand how it can be that I sit here for five minutes and apartment to shreds and you like me more by the end of and so not further apart me more not less by the end of that because you knew that it was good natured him and it was just like comedy just like chat up lines away to come rene and they see themselves as being in opposition to a wealthy well educated in elite of both Republican and Democrat this is what's going on under the surface and it's not the way that women communicate but because twitter and the media and the academy and the entertainment industry have become so utterly feminized we'll get the sports news from the Internet these days become TMZ ESPN finely. They've admitted about two months ago of US keep telling us they don't like the politics and realized consciously is I find you a threat in some way I think you might be important or funny or powerful or successful or popular and I want to kind of reassert myself right live internalized these same attitude exactly right it's popping wealthy Jewish what have you grow up in a certain right we can't understand the idea of Professor Blaine to one another I'm showing you that I can be I'm communicating to you that I am sophisticated that I have tasted I'm Waspish I wanNA put you in your place a little bit and what this communicates to you an an Atavistic man you understand that so you know what I'm trying to do with the posturing thing maybe because I'm gay I'm trying to assert I'm might be fag but I'm still dangerous I can still whatever there isn't a space for that kind of communication anymore and what it means is that men can't even make friends in public now without look at those white men talking it's it you and I were doing this conversation they're doing the same thing that men have done since since language first emerged from the from the first neanderthal grunt which is posturing as a way of apartment that was a way for us to bonds what women will never I wasn't like how do you know what women will never understand is at the end of that you and I were close my friends publicly and I say what was shit wasn't you should a phrase that different people go right on right infighting no this is how men talk and when somebody goes onto to a bicycle forum and says what do you what do you like Vegan losers doing why don't you get it why don't you get a pedal engine actually get there on time doing the same thing I just think it's an amazing way with twitter with this time with on TV and YouTube When you can be on a youtube clip we can reach so many more people to make uh-huh closed them all because of his abuse harassment? Trolling no you just don't like it when you're embarrassed when somebody comes in veto the rely no not just why not just wrong but when someone the end of the story that out of ignorance and Daedalus one of them stay one of them does live so seeing Douglas Fair Enough Eric colored be our wish we're bearing our teeth a little bit like a dogwood all middle-age feathers or something that's just how people talk no but you like cars are the future and bicycle should be outlawed you're just trying to get a rise Outta people tell people this is not some new innovation meant that we share your reprimands fun bossing where we were yeah we were ball Bussey we were kind of like we were peacocking with one another favorite from leaks games podcasts is you get this thing well I'm thirty four you're not different generation or no no it is not a generation but a thing of like this I did go online create a fake account make one hundred posts showing that I agree with you by the way it's still like I'm still allowed to like fuck you I like my best friend but you don't care you might not even have ever thought about it again afterwards but it was angry it's almost amazing it's delightful it's fun I've discovered in fact the moyal banned the Moyal power to annoy people because they're always be your presence the game because they're ashamed of it because now they're fokkers you know it's like bitch you come from Cincinnati and you know it's like you know your dad was out of most of your child building a rapport that's what is interesting is when I started trolling okay I don't want us to you guys have it easy here group but we had to make get on a message board create an account make a hundred you try to generation shame me maybe a little bit I'm saying your lucky I'm saying you have a great older you forty control you went to this height and I think it sucks you gotta take away all the right to to lead the ritual that you understand you understand share your stuff and it's like you make a difference with you there because people still shed your stuff and you still have access to pretty much the same audience so I have whatever twitter valls talk just tell me Your grace right after aretha Franklin could tell you the favorite I can tell you my twenty favorite sentences I've ever written okay have have some pride in bed what I do I think the two people that I have I have almost three people most often been compared to in addition to Jesus Socrates echoes talk then stir tanking and fucking needling week nobody else winner now you just make a post and you mean thousand people if I write a shitty tweet about a deer celebrity that just died I usually try to do shit on everybody's list you'll force your best one what are you most proud of you're like you try to fight sometimes you're overcome with dissolve fine where I'm like where we're talking complete we're talking about how you get recognized everywhere bothersome and I'm like we'll try having a normal fuck like two hours off to the headlines hit you say thank than we think this is this is this is my favorite comedy it used to do this a lot right yeah it's such a measure it's a golden age I've been bombed back to your generation because his message message around the left-wing eighty four says that your dared fly too close to the sun is this idea that you can lifetime of Diabetes Fuck You Bitch Burn Hell yes so my followers no I'm joking tweet it to my non followers mad right after the Franklin died I mean this is an hour and a half afterwards found out about I was like aretha Franklin showed a nation of black people or a generation of black people that big beautiful thereby damning them to like me there are certain things that still jolt me out of my natural disposition to be a Dick Abortion veterans there's a couple of things I do take seriously and so you like watch all other things very pompous self important fourth of July stuff everything to do with every national holiday now the veteran's war stuff fair enough even even even disrespectful irreverent person offender is the mawkish Saccharin like side-splitting Lee cringe-worthy Whitney's up here she's she's making fun of herself exciting covered and the other the other one I hate like this is Republicans who feel the need to very solemnly celebrate Eh was just after Whitney Houston right I drag queen from the north of England which is a particularly bleak kind of existence dressing up as a female Improve the very yeah very very very best drag queen joke I ever saw almost immediately after Whitney Houston died one of these drag queens up north clown drag Queens to north wasn't asking you I was telling you I was inches her week from blonde to black and she comes in she goes Jackman knew hair it's called the Whitney black and died in the bath I'm kidding they're sort of cloud and it's a very bleak existence the north of England no money like very very miserably kind of thing you probably get paid she posted a picture of her on a plane with looking out at the sunset or something like that she goes it's beautiful here Whitney's up here because she had just died and I wrote back and added her I was like no she's not anger is an applause to me roles their anger is standing ovation I am I am basically married to a supermodel but but but I have been marriage I think the scales will tip and he'll finally poss- The troll Bona tally right now I don't even it's not even close Tim two years and in my life if you talk about where most of my erections have come from in my life yeah from people getting mad at the Internet in about four years in a bathtub but she's buried pretty sure she assistant overdose but the the offender in that situation is not you a lot of right wingers won't because they think improper because he that constitutes laughing at troops which obviously doesn't we're laughing at the self-regarding yeah it's great it's a great it's my favorite do you have any other good ones because I'm enjoying after oprah she posted after Whitney goes dead the queen the troll have to be aligned so that you can stay one hundred percent heterosexual Hatton after about two or three years here offset a number of people at once and the newness of it like joke now it's like okay she makes jet is rangers walks out and everyone's like that's a new look for you Latisha whatever time okay let's give it up for the troops really contract that you spend the last forty years looking the other way while the left ruined it because you didn't want to upset are no longer fully straight you start wearing red shorter shorts really queen which is very nearly what your lips life's great joys it's delightful it's delightful because I think I think it comes from from puffed up self-importance and the is I think that people who take themselves too seriously who imagine themselves as some kind of institution that has to represent and you just show up yeah I just want to be much less on the right but it does happen on the right typically in the direction of the armed forces now there's lots of sincere reasons to be grateful and all the rest of it and I am and Blah Blah Blah Blah but there's a lot fuck you you have no right to be proud of you presided over the decline off I love what I don't quite taste in their own garbage way stop cooling many Italians there the Italian you know how do you know how unattractive is to that's what I can see what you're wearing I can see the flat and you have to complain because the smokey Eye lady they have no look there starbucks goers have no taste literally sitting in your apartment Jersey which is shadow how dare you federally smoking just just because they were body con jewel hundred just now I think its puncturing pomposity yeah from a whole number wherever it comes from is one sure sure Judge Janine believes from Jersey I think Judge Judy is from Jersey I think whose that lovely polling the people without saying something like that so much clever ways to think about think about there's a wonderful line in in American horror story Jews blacks women everybody I don't like it when people talk in that way about people it makes me uncomfortable trash people so much fun what did how he's supposed to mean I love it too yeah is is your your your response was gay than mine I just went shut up or your husband's allow me once again enjoy your attention to your class snobbery Bay New Jersey has some fucking intelligent people talk up any of my favorite people from Jersey we're having so little money that she's got to use the clairol die off home ducks multiple levels on that it's great it is it is a great Kramer to talk of people like oh they're just garbage people garbage where I am like supposedly like America's meanest person or something I'm the nastiest bastard the our garbage people right but but I I'm a Christian for all of my Dick Sucking I am and I I don't like to think of people in that way it accidentally and my entanglement home is from Jersey take off your rich people their garbage I'm sure a few of stood out unattractive is because first of all it's very rarely funny it's not actually very funny it's just kind of unkind and mean and when you very good to think of people in that way and what you find typically and this is surprising that often is the case with Republicans you often especially people of faith they often very uncomfortable oh shit and the bullshit I do find funny whenever we fought for your right to freedom of speech I'm like when did you find As with any bigotry as with any prejudice when you engage in it you lose the ability to reason which is why you wonder just now the most extraordinarily amusing hypocrisy to me of calling people who live in Jersey a saying people who live in Jersey have poor taste you know when when the same attitude with the give it up for the troops thing unless I know it well no place unless it's less than Veasley insincere case I laugh along to and and I just spent ten minutes ridiculing the lack of designed in your apartment and you're sitting opposite me unshaven in some horrible t shirts Oh when when you talk about a particular class of person based on behavior and you say that this is garbage behavior like for instance murderers or but I think every group has over I know that I'm over tuned to this but the classism offers as as whatever it's not nice way to behave through your fellow human beings and I'm not getting too much but but the the reason that it's dumb because look garbage people means I'm the last person in the world is going to police comedy or how people talk or whatever I'm just saying every group has the garbage people so black people N. words because their their garbage people right Yorkers hate long islanders because they are garbage people what do you call that bridge and Tunnel Something Donald She Jersey style Oh so you think New Yorkers better dressed this nasty grungy trusting like also most going to remind the parameter New Jersey Strip malls and toxic waste you know and it kind of makes the same point but it's not just like garbage people I hate glamorised of Jersey which gestures toward what it gestures toward an absolute ideal of beauty based on female archetypes right they won't be what does this do not Madonna thing where I take on the accident around you know I didn't really sound like this really really posh accent the region of people's individual humanity into into the realm of personal choice and sin really because what you're talking about is you're you're making a moral judgment about someone's behavior so you're effectively accusing them obscenity where where somebody says she's GonNa be banished a parameters what's the line paramus New Jersey Strip malls and what is it gonNA consider I don't personally find this funny creative about it I think is a term that's leftover from my college and I was trying to better terms it's it's greatest sin is that it's wind knitted beanie for everyone in New York looks like they have aids syphilis or both there did they everyone helix fucking homeless and miserable right here versus the aspiration have big boobs nice teeth you know they're aiming for an aspirational aesthetic goal the concordes with most men like now they might fall short through lack of sophistication but they're trying and they're trying to get to an absolute ideal of beauty smokers or cyclists all three all three of those morally reprehensible yeah you're talking about things these which is that that's your the camouflage shorts the men the men in their own way are gesturing toward roic masculine virtues ultimately ultimately they may not be Enya but but you see what it sounds like you see what you're doing I'm writing off exactly and it's just it's just because it leads you into unreason and unable to see yourself so call boring and not very funny and they're much better ways of doing much more elegant funny ways of doing the Paramus New Jersey Strip malls and toxic waste you get more interesting it's virtue virtue signaling Republican vetches England gesturing constantly toward this this oh yeah everybody happens both ways right it's these women in Jersey that you hate so much are gesturing toward an ideal of beauty that all men want in their women look I'm talking about think it means take care of yourself because you're treating yourself your body with the respect that it deserves as an instrument of God and as somebody who created in God's image right that's what that phrase actually cool with the kind of ring closest sort of a it's almost like a denial of humanity somehow you just have all these go home it's up in the conversation I caught myself saying process I don't say that I see process started for them honestly honestly and particularly because my put something real and true to contrast that with the streets in New York where everyone looks of indeterminate gender everyone looks dirty everyone looks diseased in my case it would be more so anyway I happen to think that this value to be found and what you would cost as the trash people who smoke weed or whatever listen to music I do exactly the moral judgment as much isn't aesthetic judgments umbrella judgment in fact it's probably mostly moral judgment Oh okay so it's all I still don't do it it's a broad term but the same way said degenerate when I talk about people smoke pot all day I don't WanNa leave me totally different if you're applying it to a particular folks tonight to go to try to recycle the People's joke stresses woman I've been deductions ridiculous the best ones are great over the arrest or our unbearable but call just in one defense amid because it just makes it worse. La Garbage people you know I still do I would tie we'll take an Atlantic city or Jersey City over Brooklyn a Williamsburg any fucking day because of the coins of male calls right the big old stuff is about wealth because they know that women are attracted because women because women are gold diggers but because women craves and see and all in their jewel tone body hugging dresses with their big hair and their perfect teeth of the rest of it I see I see a group of women who are trying their best to be beautiful to respect themselves so take a Dallas or Salt Lake City over a Seattle any day okay very nice I love that by the way I've never heard such a passionate thing and interesting this but this is what they're doing right through through picking Alpha choices through cultural things they're ultimately gesturing toward this idea of our mascot virtue that is what women want when they were it and it is it is it is a manifestation of that is being shaped by trashy capitalist influences but it's gesturing right that's really what you're doing ultimately is you're saying I know what the virtuous life looks like this isn't it that's what you're doing when you're doing when you make fun which I think is essential for us to maintain because when you've pash style it's but I mean it honestly mean it when you look at these Republican Women Komo cargo shorts there gesturing towards militarism what they're doing is they're they're aping the style of militaristic what is you being waspishly agree about the working classes that should tell you something about those particular jokes it should tell you that they're there is what upsets me for sure classes now but I don't see you doing grease still willing to do it and as a gay man I have sort of half male female and one of the things that women do when they want to connect with somebody is they mother and boss so I have taken turns both Taunton in alignment somehow with the people who want you exterminated professionally speaking and therefore that perhaps you might want to double down on other areas of comedy generally do for TV thing in which case you should probably compensate them in some way say okay thanks for that was for TV show I'd like to offer you some money in exchange for signing these people who basically are dedicated the annihilation of your profession that's really what they want they don't want comity they don't want comedy no the people who are dedicated the annihilation of your profession the only thing that they would laugh at yeah but this other joke about lollipops wasn't funny you didn't try to ban them it's not just about that it's about American changes coming trying to censor your comedy and all the rest of it and I'm saying treat their bodies as the gifts that God created the image of the rest of it this is where the tax and Frisco high the heck closer to God right it's not some throwaway nonsense Dolly go in European it's only opinion Kenitra go too far are there limits to so like been pranking I have these laws for myself secured women want a man to protect the half and home to provide her with safety to show you that Maserati let me show you that can do that fraternities where pranking goes quite far and is completely acceptable within that community because the accepted norms are widely understood right one looks miserable appear it's fucking Horror Hawkins constantly for no reason horrible horrible grimacing Oh God could pregnant rolling are similar but not the same is I don't want to cause any physical or monetary damage to anyone yes and if I could back off that than almost anything else goes so pranking I I think pranking you have to have pre established relationship with somebody to prank them I don't think you should prank okay. If it's a completely harmless fun thing they could maybe pranked members of the public it's fine if you have this relationship with somebody that's between the two of you to know whether limits there are male addresses too much fake gold jewellery I shot it because they wanNA look I'm being glamorous what are they doing are they doing let's think about this to be allowed to go only only only authoritarian regimes punish people for trying to leave like North Korea and Islam. Trolling goes I I prefer to punch up and that doesn't always mean that my target is going to be celebrities and politicians although almost invariably they are but it also means you could include in punching up what I called virtuous trolling or trolling for Jesus which is which is trolling people who deserve it voting against gay marriage but has a gala from the side without disclosing it if you're a gay man and you don't agree bishop punching up if you if you exposing hypocrisy is punching up weighted by the except for the Hulo laugh of fellow snobs and I don't like people like that and I know that one of them which is the reason I'm giving you such tell you that garbage stuff the garbage is left over from college where I should you're absolutely right should come up with a more specific and unique way of saying because I think the people who were talking too much it's the same thing but different than you're just say stuff in new clever interesting ways you know when they attack us to delight people when they attacked us so people who have stolen money or people who are hypocrites somebody who somebody who's somebody who for instance is Jack Ass let's say hey don't shave your head if if some guy the street to that to me I'd write killer and if exactly and this is about pre existing if if somebody wants to leave that then you know a little mild humiliation is probably okay provided that you give them a little something in return to basically to be a good person apologize being an asshole right as far as in you know the people who the worst people the only jokes of yours they'd like would-be when you call Jesse people got and that should tell you when you look at talk so much shit in your living is because I know you don't really want when they attack comedians try to silence us it's usually it wasn't even funny and then my retort is always if you are in a fraternity you have to leave if it's not your taste so I think that it just depends on your relationship with a person and certainly if you're doing it to remember the public for comment for a story that's like some new bundle of lies about me or something and I'll reply privately to that journalists in a text message just to that guy I call wait for the right wing death squads Oh harm to people in all circumstances a lot of people would attribute the opposite to I don't know why I don't know why I spent my entire career I don't agree public and encouraging people to shoot journalists and you see how like and you could say well why did you why did you make yourself a target by saying they give you the chance to take the new I'm sorry it was wrong it was terrible I'd like some redemption in which case you do still get the pedestal kicked but you have a chance to around your neck or not but I'm going to kick out for whatever is under you take it off take it off you have about five minutes and that's the purpose of requests for comment lepers doing it right whoever's doing it because they're putting themselves in position on a pedestal of moral superiority while lying to people that's a rickety with with political violence and then what they do they're desperate to pin something on me to suggest that I'm pro violence holy so someone writes to me and asked you can pretty much do whatever the hell you like you mean the choose your target so you're exposing hypocrisy in a way that has some kind of public interest or whatever serial rapists let's generally go to like shit three people off and have ninety eight people go you see I one of the one of the things that men do is taunting when they want to connect with one another well who say he's had enough let him up well yeah depending on what is yeah we'll see our say bruce pige and then accept the premise that I've been publicly calling for journalists to be executed but that subtlety it's not a question of subtlety being lost it is doc gunning down journalists in the street just to be this is my way of saying fuck off. He publishes that and then it becomes the narrative that I've been threatening journalists in at the end of the last book I think it is that she'll be perfectly happy when the New York Times editorial commit suicide that was probably a better thing to say them right Bill Hicks like you know don't start gunning down women and children feminist I think I should write the handbook for the civil war certainly because I could probably act as a restraining influence on on I want to be like Caesar from from those movies but presiding over you know the right wing death squads if it comes to it use it in the TV show if you don't I apologize if it upset you I'm really sorry and I'll walk away now and I'll get I'll hand you over the memory this to John so that you know we're not gonNA use it for that I think is eh but when I see something these absolutely right at the half of my brain wants to mother in Boston shape you because I have a bit of a female brain to Cana troll the office of the facts by Activists Jenner works I mean it works but I refuse to play the game I don't give a shit so I will continue to stuff like that privately and they can try to grind my reputation rather it was a good metaphor I like that I think that with trolling provided that your target is virtuous ever did happen but he's not saying he's saying he wants to do and he's not tell anyone else to do it what have you don't call physical violence I never had someone in private because I kind of it was a private correspondence and nobody would be dumb enough to to see somebody says he's sitting next to me in a private text everything ritual public humiliation to where she can bear to get out of bed in the morning because she's worried someone will spit on her in the street I'm fine with that right wing side because I think that the society would build in the end would be better I don't want that to happen I very much wish I hope that the left starts rolling this stuff back down selves in the public eye like someone comes on television tells a lie about something like colleges are full of like Sabrina early who wrote that Rolling Stone Story About Uva Rape Scandal yes and I think you are justified in kicking out from under them even if they have a new strand the next time join us a down to earth or hang literally you know it's up to you you could for happened right if she's on television saying yeah so like a college hopping hotbeds of rape and that's why we should close down fraternities and all the rest of its she deserves people to express themselves again but if they don't the point is inevitable and there's things to plan for it anyway some people will take that in itself as enough of a justification that I support violence half an hour I wanna be ridiculous come what's the what's the battle royale movies they made this this mice I like but everybody who has joined with them no I'm not playing that game I'm going to continue to say to you I will be very happy ankle to does the same thing in her books so want to happen I want to be clear on this podcast wanted but if if civil war does erupt I would like to be the big gay dictator on on should be shrieked out of the profession or like a priest who fucks a prisoner's wife yes and then it's like oh you just can't be a priest anymore and publicly richly humiliation person go respond to the mother and of course you don't you're right I could see I could see the back of Asia Oh my God he's right I'm sorry in the back of your head I could see you thinking I've got to change that slapped salt and what they're seeking to do by using something like milkshake which sounds harmless and looks funny is provoked a response from the right wing person so they can say the right right wing one was violent find with that because she's got it coming advise anyone to like but I was never anyone to strike her scream at her in the street yes yell at her shelter humiliate I something like they did with the fuck you want to them I don't care if we're on the right side there's monetary damages to them Fizz I stopped short of physical there's one hundred hold up for ritual public humiliation don't don't commit acts of violence against them and I'm joking about the tomatoes because I don't agree with this career no this is my snow I only know of original mango I can't remember the name of the Hollywood version Hunger Games yes br then afterwards I think if it's going to happen to have a hand in it so I know so I advocate away I think I'd like to write a handbook for the right because I want them to to know where the line is L. advertisers pretty much eloquently should be killing you know he doesn't really mean line them up and kill them no he doesn't want to do that I mean you know who knows if you turn that's this is my own kind of Jimmy Lonesome Cup one or two American audience I don't is because people are on southland shame I'm not I'm not prepared to play this report is don't be up but if you if you if someone is lying if somebody is and that's a joy for all of them I bet a lot of people probably thought you were racist to is basically saying I'm glad glad another woman's dead because that's the level of sure that's the level in which they interrogate things but make hold her accountable for her terrible fucking behavior yes especially in her job keepers like this Joe Brian when Brian Williams went on blow and the guy stood on television. We're like wait we only trust you because you saying we're giving you the truth right so do another job but not this job anymore this person shaking thing that they're doing right wing politicians in Europe by that because it's just a precursor to acid all the police violence it's GonNa Happen Awards possibly let people throw tomatoes at them I'm not sure I'd be an afternoon serious put a police officer then are serious violence but a couple of times the show milk and then he broke my nose is in the right wing violence like fuck you if you attack me you get what's coming to you most of your instinct we understand that but the left doesn't because none of them ever been clues they also feel like they wanNA throw milkshake even run away Robin saying I hate you I think you deserve a slap in the face can I give that it's like men are misogynistic vile pigs by common I'm constantly having to face my own ideas of free speech which which is you and taking their chances you know no they wanNA throw a milkshake and run away quite often from behind because cowards just like journalists who close their common sections like a hit and run the exact opposite was true this was a consumer revolt against politically modulus coverage that was basically just relentlessly circus circus freaks who will lecturing other people on how they should live who aren't part of that world now it's not like a New Yorker Breitbart ever since it me and all the time I was there they wouldn't let me publish a column the headline of which was going to make America hate again because they said that it might play into the whatever and I said what are you running pr for the guys shitting on its own readership right so you got these game blogs that are red sorry to say almost exclusively by men because it's mostly men who play the game excellent women play stuff like bejeweled and we're talking about generally obviously you can't communicate in this you generalize General Tommy Women Your opinions let her go around so I think that people who commit heinous acts of hypocrisy deserve public ritual humiliation yeah but we do want him to window we're not saying let's go fuck with me I love the Guy and one of his biggest supporters but the reason I want to write this column was about what we talked earlier saying that it is right and proper to hateful and if if feminist activists claim that they're in support of quality but actually what they're doing is man-hating than it is right and proper to hate those people because those people are hateful hypocritical bullies why they saw it as a lucrative new frontier in the feminist wars and of the market could the hatred economy these hateful people you know can you know women do the candy crush kind of games right and by hours spent they probably about equal to men in terms of like number of game is whatever but it's a different kind of game gaming blogs are typical and they were coming straight white male is the lowest difficulty setting which we know is Sean Kentucky which at times part of coca and this was relentless and they deserve to be driven from public life if we possibly can to save US whatever so make America hatred and I thought was funny the only time I've ever said email and these these video game journalists trade press presses like trade practices and the same standards lowest standards are on the mainstream they don't even have both on my telegram account today about this essay put out this morning just saying oh you're just bad accession Josh your hopelessly compromise your liar India the nine year old boys working and gay pride rallies. I find that outrageous drag queens storytime I find outrageous I think that's probably worthy of the monarchy hateful things because it is there is this is what I'm saying is it right and proper place for outrage some things are outrageous lent relentless and in the end the game is we're just like who are you people let's look into you and it turns out he's feminists rural hypocrites cheaters liars trainees just sort that's where it was supposed to be like all these straight white males gap on the Internet to like bully women of color and I was the reporter who helped kick all this often push into the mainstream emotion like there's a reason it exists evolutionary speaking we should be able to indulge it where it is justified the left is ruined outrage for everyone if you like by it hate speech Jesse bells a hate speech all I do a speech speaking hate yes of course offer some hateful the only thing I've ever been since the only career but I wish I had to I'm not one hundred percent I'm not the Howard working all moments but I would like to be those moments you're not thinking yesterday ah degenerate that you brought up earlier I think that is degenerate I think it's outrageous and outrage like anger has its place it's a it's a worthwhile essential human and if you don't if you absolutely absolutely absolutely insist then we'll probably have to do it because we do believe in you know which I thought was very good at them even hated the idea completely and in the end I was like okay fine exercise what they know is their cultural and social power over you by saying I really offensive and really inappropriate and I'd like you to apologize knowing that they have it's very politically modernise in video gaming because it's all for the GEEKS and they're all these game is on the play zone customers on but the to the community was tending to be mad about nothing axiomatically right sometimes I want to go to the I don't believe you don't believe you're mad about this or not and they're not that we have to stop talking so much it's bothering somebody from Michigan New Yorkers stop coming into New York and saying what are these dog stands about trash should fight tooth and nail against and those in other words where we see injustice we are right to be outraged not the conflict decibel dirties you up completely that doesn't mean that there isn't a proper place for outrage because there are things that are outrageous and offensive a mark on you and if you don't and probably either way apology don't you're already you're fucked anyway but the the best you can hope for is a desperate in and they have that coming and that's okay is there anything else which roles go too far no not really I m most of the things you hear about are lies that whole game against scandal with video game scramble back to semi respectability by begging for whatever that's what most people do now I don't play these games I don't like these Games did outrage of the modern left but the outrage born born out of this innate a loathing of injustice I think we will have foreseen in the process of finishing this now and I was just I was thinking two days ago Sean just show of it and write a book make America again about why it's okay to hate yeah and that's what I mean by make America great again I mean there's a there's a proper place for hateful things deserving of our our an anger and those are the things that we you actually are outrageous because they're injustices for instance slavery is an injustice that is outrageous that has been corrected there are probably some they never they're liars they're not mad about it it is an exercise of power not an expression of pain there are no pain no misery they just want to yeah I was just like you buy yeah so these these these these these who were who were coming into video games because Eddie fuck trump fuck white people similarly deserves restitution individual yeah I think it's okay and we should surely congregate around the things that not many but probably some remaining justices my argument my my belief about this stuff is that the left is creating new justices where they had not previously existed on black is getting beaten up and dragged behind trucks and you can say this is outrageous this is this is something that requires restitution punishment right any sane normal concerned not with bejeweled and candy dog but rather destiny and League of legends whatever so these Games are overwhelming just things happen to people who don't share our politics right there unjust things happen to people all over the place you know you could say racism is not the problem the left makes it out to be and there are still videos of Sarah Palin Margaret Thatcher Michelle Bachmann Condoleeza Rice even uninvited and called on the aren't you I've got a book who feminism is cancer often my most famous utterance available dangerous Not yet not yet there's this book that I'm in the first is finished this cancer women who are Republican look at how they took all this stuff about misogyny look at how right we look at how left-wing men look at how left-wing men talk about campuses if you're a man in culture if you're white in in all of society if you are a minority group with the raw politics just look at how they talk about professional contexts where women can get men fight on their say-so no man can the woman ever under any circumstance for the injustices visited upon women if you WanNa see misogyny write these things I think are injustices and these are being created by Desi politics created by progressivism progressive created by the left and these are with the subjects for comedy proper subjects were comedy the injustices in the hypocrisy that created by the left by the power imbalance between women and men and during your contract you're not going to be like well you know whatever you know likewise the black kids who cutting the boy while they were yelling often characterized by ignorance stupidity and close mindedness Democrats are just fucking evil malevolent end manipulative and they say I say this particular one yeah I mean look at how left-wing men talk about right wing addressed by very many Netflix specials. I see a lot of netflix specials laughing at white people I see a lot of Netflix specials laughing rich and being on TV as a young comic field and I'm sorry I can't book you and it is not because you're not talented is because of the system we're living in now and I failed and I'm sorry this is green new deal Eric Garcetti mayor of L. A. While his city is descending into one giant trash sheets for homeless is Greenville sounds great on about the trash problem Oh that's a federal issue we need some national leadership on that what fuck you like this they're very happy to look because okay for a black person or win no I've had to pass over more qualified man for less qualified minority and I'm I think it's true to say what people think it's our system right now well look I think Republicans is stupid and Democrats are evil to be honest I think Republicans I'm just GonNa fix schools in black neighborhoods which by the way is not the Democrat Party Republican Party either but but but but Democrats make things worse Republican find to be unjust sponsor is not yours as a producer on TV show to socially engineer the world if you think the world is unjust vote in political party doc is it okay that we like America this much you know this is the right is in like these paroxysms of self doubt whereas the left is like okay let's do the thing you know you go bill de Blasios don't really believe in very much now I forgot where I was going with that but the point is an injustice these injustices are these are injustices that I do not they struggle to remember these things not being racist and not having a lot of these prejudices I have to try to remember things that I've been accused of saying what is it people applying for college or the wrong skin color track to head of them who drop out anyway because they can't believe so I've had to do this book to television show and you need diversity Shuna stick they didn't seem to believe in very much which is why they can look left so dramatically and not miss a beat whereas the right kind of like torturing itself over the trump era that more meandering and I think maybe I've got the impression of him it's kind of like on the on the the retirement run from that I don't watch his best stuff so maybe that's on me a war between the Fox News Department which is Bret Baier which is basically pretty bulletproof reporting you know nine and a half times out of ten you can't find anything wrong with it there's what's the female uncle Tom thing is you don't uncle Tom's right yeah yeah I remember this is not funny it's not funny it's not funny and I've watched all of it all the way through yeah it's not funny and as good or better job than anybody else where I try to watch things I don't think that you listen to Shapiro whatever moaning about Lena Dunham I think he's ever fucking funny lines in it it doesn't really it doesn't really enjoy it but I'm watching it because I think it's important that if I'm constantly cracking jokes about her I've actually seen her show right for sure Zombie and Fox News and I was like I think all journalists have reaches point where they're kind of intentionally lying to me or make me believe the untreated and he goes yeah but Fox News is just I Boston's I also like some Murray apparently his name no I like him I like the I try to do what most most Republicans most right wingers don't do which is actually watched the things I say I hate I I have seen talk to my buddy about the best hand to to to have integrity in that way right I have seen several of Schumer's a special special she starts talking about a stinking these when you ask who's doing a good job I got no fucking clue because people I watch your old dead I like I'll watch bill Hicks I like those old canteen all between that and the opinion side the Sean and the talkers and all the rest of it right they -pletely different worlds at Fox and if you listen a Dame Edna Barry Humphries because I love this very sophisticated comedy most Americans don't get all of the stuff that's going on you know when he'll say something terrible and Bret Baier and Smith some of the rest of it I might find them a little bit to quote Unquote Cup a little bit too like Rhino they're hard news reports and in many cases doing well I mean it nicely it's unless you had a grandma like that it's a very sophisticated brilliant character so I like stuff like that I don't think many right-wingers we'll do that I don't think I don't think any thoughts anyone you see pontificating on twitter cracking jokes about Lena Dunham fatness I don't think any of them have seen girls I tried an episode of girls I've seen the first three seasons I've made all the way through yet but I am watching it I'm not enjoying it but I'm watching the first season was good I don't enjoy it became shoes people who is doing it with bill burr will attack people like that yeah but he's GonNa pass the peak of his career now isn't it I mean he's he's I think he's thousand ninety five cents but if you steal a belt they have to take that into account and now all the belts cost twenty dollars because they have to take into account the thefts yes when you see a shitty comic here's like a joke point joke point as many funny jokes in that as any bookbinding comedian I don't watch a lot of it because I find it so repellent and I've been to a lot of open MIC nights I've watched a lot of intelligent and I've been pushed very very far away from it does it there's this idea that if you steal a belt from a store it should cost nineteen it makes your view of comedy go down by one percent yeah it does it and it hurts me on that level because because comedies become a branch of political I'll tell you the truth I don't watch a lot of comedy for this reason because of the politics it's probably betrayed you in the UK or whether it's whatever I think he's in his prime I think you're seeing a guy in his prime years he will eventually like everybody start out I think he's talking about I listen to his podcast and listen to his shows and his paw causes oh is as much college tours off jokes and the rest of it I mean this is reasonable claim for me being some kind of you know comedian ish certainly if you re doing it the exact same point to the point now where they're making fun of that sometimes I think the reason I became popular so quickly here is that I was in college liked what is that yeah because it's the same people cracking the same joke to the same audience is about the same subjects I mean you can go to Scotland Edinburgh I like the old cantankerous Boston so I do love I like a lot and I like a lot of that honestly I as somebody who with straight from the beginning to the end semi wash nineteen accident on Apple Watch never watch it I'm like what's his opinion based on and he wouldn't even know that there was a there was a how funny it's nothing money those eber hours a stop at forty minutes in they get serious they pull up a chair and they talk about their dad who died and it's like guys you're hacky your so enthralled with the idea people like you're so brave showing your gross she just did it nonstop because yeah I I'm enjoying it I don't particular like it has made me chuckle there Ian Lesbians who are still cracking the same jokes about Margaret Thatcher right you just go just like you know if they actually told Hof history history these days is history of science or whatever it's just as list of women who didn't really invent anything and that one black guy in the nineteen fifties who truncates the career potential of anybody who is insufficiently woke and that to me says that the profession is not really about amusing rich from the Mexican version of Google get Edison Bell because the famous American event is who actually invented shit right so so the American is really really woke and so I was making jokes audience wouldn't alive in talking about he's got a good impression I've never heard her kind it's virtue signal it's kind of it's moral gesturing right into this because I was like I wish there was somebody who made me laugh and there isn't anyone I will tell you there are still hardcore comedians operating where they should which is in basements all over Manhattan it's like diversity of opinion and I do want someone from England it's On for America so much just chat but I've told them man I'm like hey just so you know I know this is a big opportunity for you as an individual right which I'm sure you have to okay and you go you go to see the Scottish loose those UK festival hours ossified old Caledon Elena box of crayons and accidentally drew the plans for Mike but Nobody makes jokes like that and it's bamboozling to me because shakeup in my in my financial circumstances the trust fund whose abruptly cut off and has to go from Limos to Uberpool American inventors. You won't see Edison Bell you see Black and female faces you've never heard didn't didn't abandoning whereas if you Google is doing results but if a hobby for ridiculously wealthy people which also has the happy secondary function of money laundering there people actually challenging on HBO and if they're not on HBO to me that says that there is a sickness in the entertainment industry and in comedy that I just wrote a book my finances a very up and down as you would admit Britain well I've done it just a little short one recently called how to be poor -taining people but rather is another bronx your political activism and that's how I lost interest in comedy to me it's like do you view as an art form and most people say yes if you haven't the argument and then at that point you're like well legitimate for them to say that comedy is but also should subscribe to particular political roles because for them aren't is not something to be pursued for its own sake that gestures into this decades ago sculpture and painting became from the you know from from great heights in you know whether it's whatever you like whether you like the money laundering scheme for very wealthy rich wives so park their money in shit total garbage is a it is a it is a very little but jokes a nicer like you know if you read history books Google Gerrymanders the search result so if you look for famous it's not my job like I'm a pundit I'm a writer and author commentator slow my job to be funny but if not all going to do it then I'll crack some jokes you know he was like I was kind of like forced the ineffable beauty and truth and majesty autism political tool so they can well Coronado of course not but when when when for instance the visual arts political weaponry right this is when you start to get tate modern and the GUGGENHEIM and this fucking garbage and this is now the state of contemporary are is now that it is basically just can you attack subject matter and technique that's been style that's because leftist Artis Political Fr- because they can't agree that how can you read a book about a Strip club jokes about Muslims telling jokes about women refreshing yeah it's like fuck he really went there like oh I never heard anybody to know because I would make gay jokes that'd be like what's gay of Islam in terms fifty bucks a canvas seven the pain is this it's now worth seven million Damien Hirst who doesn't even draw the okay he wasn't wasn't an ideolog in that way he just saw what they were doing you know and and he it very learned brilliant man but caustic and Waspish in in a wonderful British way about about contemporary off he's basically rated about a a gay pride parade like well I don't want from the activists point of view is propaganda so they prefaced perfectly cover I think it's got like re read looks a bit cubis on the cover I'll send to military right but he also writes for a beautifully about his own life the last of the breed gone that's it and he died again I would guess like five or ten years ago and I think maybe maybe even more recent I think I feel like it's more reason he loves dogs who've deeply humane spiritual man he did a TV show about a techie about art. And I I remember what it's called I think is called you'll know we'll sue he was one of those elderly homosexuals who is very auction camp hysterically funny bitchy hated most modern art but not exclusively he wasn't soon seal S. w. e. l. l. so he he his best writing I think is called there's a collection of essays is that the critics who point this stuff out are all dying off so the greatest loss I really paid attention to call Brian Sewell and he was that's it is Jeff Koons piece is just an assistant picking paint on the canvas and suddenly you've said the stuff that's worth Friday night you've got twenty men in a room stick in the in the you know like it's not that funny but why is no charge a little bit funny but it's or Dan you know sculpture painting it from the great when the business and the art world gave into as being an instrumentation it's being a political it's an art okay I'll of disability on this level are the trolling is an art form only in the most trivial sense of the expression art form conduit for for Catholics and for Christians be is as an cleverly funny yeah just suspending a crucifix in urine rules that he insisted sells it the same circles for fucking a thousand bucks and he's telling for a million and it's created the same circles by the same person and the great tragedy is not clever or funny but it is today shocking them in a place where like we've never seen this before excess food trolling control it's it's rolling it's good to great troll role not believing what you say playing devil's advocate but you can also be a troll playing devil's advocate for some higher purpose like exposing hypocrisy so I do draw distinction between Rembrandt or Kandinsky which is the deep into the rock to be honest with you but let's let's go get rembrandt or whether you like Botticelli all maybe it's in the last five years his nineties but the the art world now is nothing nothing about cystic value going on in any truth and beauty and we should be spiring to to being free capitalist Christian Democratic we think his is less less morally incorrigible even if it is funny yeah and we say that you know like oh he's raise such such high are in the casual everyday meaning of off foam yes but as an awful might painting or sculpture of course not row ride I relate to a mother who is not enough and there's an art gallery I forget where it was too had to cover up paintings because they might offend Muslims I woke the talk about Emmett till and and I don't know if you heard about this and people revolted because she was a white lady you can't ever relate to this if she goes I'm a mother going further and being more brutal and more trolling more hurtful than mealy upsetting somebody for the sake of being which is Brianna gallery great tragedy politics where it's like peace what was the lift experience a fuck off dead and there's no one like him to replay there's no other place because because the lobbying so heavily for him to be completely excluded and nobody else will take his place because nobody else will get I am not good enough this is this is what I'm saying they should be on. Hbo For sure why on the board art we're like I don't give me decide what you're doing and this is this is the same industry that produced piss Christ right nihilistic troll who merely troll for the sake of upsetting people which I see no value although sometimes of course it can be funny it can be funny inspired me to say do and be whatever we wanted to have guns and shoot people if they break into our house you know trolling the is in service of some higher okay that's going on the troll have to be aligned with the words is using or is it just about the reaction he or she is getting I think you can moral or political purpose for me is more just morally justifiable and I think that that trolling which has done for a high moral purpose is justified. It's about finding people angry with virtuous trolling that I do which is for what I think is a high moral purpose which is reminding people that there is such a thing as how you know like your your body's shot you're old and you hate your penis this is this is just you know it's not it's just it's just therapy just don't want to pay for that's like trolling you like code of ethics I think that you're justified in going further and harder and and at the end of the day done a good public service and you may wouldn't laugh about it but I I think that if you if you do it with some if you do it with a purpose in mind which is perhaps to expose the hypocrisy of somebody in power and I think that's code of ethics with yeah wouldn't stand ups not really in our firm either of course he's got jokes requires some kind of permanent some degree of pumice you know if you're just standing up and talking a pure about it and when people are in my comment sections berating me just leave the character you know this people commenting on people who kind of like reading each other you know like the library is open kind of stuff who just being mean for the sake of hurting someone's feelings I don't see much value in that I do see a lot of value in political trolling at the same time being educational and amusing better than that versus just being mean because you can because you're well educated in a bitch and you can get I've never had an orgasm that good oh never banned from a country yes a continent country continent Australia and New Zealand they will the warm creamy feeling in your mouth the end of what might surprise in tune and comforted and happy and wore every it feels like it feels like a resolution you know like a prolonged and Milo is milo is something that feels warm and comforting is it slides down the back of your throat and it's also beverage maniacal idiot also pictured death data that's my kind of comedy anyway I was talking about somebody coming role somebody Oh yeah it's just beautiful orgasm but way better than any orgasm from sex because it lasts so long and you're so at peace and it's like this feels like the Eucharist let me in any way and I'll get to heaven heaven feels like the huge long Melissa Lewis like melted chocolate orgasm of of a long night over known as molly because even when I was even even when I was in Britain I was only listening to American music and hanging out with American people so I've only ever known as molly when you when you take a warm icon explain it without reference to an extremely graphic homosexual act which I'm going to inflict on you because I figured this is that kind of focused it's like there's a picture of like Dave Rubin and Darth Vader and I'm like you know as self-important slightly so self-important Meghan and so when I go to Australia with my show I said I said I know that you love Milo down here big mile of fans molly and that's how I feel when I call a fem fat content ah incredibly humid I like I like those really old like ooh mode and like that's my kind of comedy it's just maybe maybe when I die if I've been good even though I've been a terrible and disgusting homosexual if I have upset in feminist maybe it feels like a hug it's like have you ever taken Molly Sherman that's how that's how feels like you were saying Mali and my country said of Mandy I appreciate you making the effort magically brutalizing drugging and raping young White Girls Release Won't investigate because they don't want to be seen as racist xenophobic so they turn a blind eye to it for a decade during which time so stealing and when you see them like flip out and you just go coach shooting things like this are inevitable when governments cover up for the misdeeds of Muslims and punish everybody else like Rotherham and tell in London where you've got Pakistani rape gang system dislike revolt against Islamisation feminists and blue so the revenge for that was banning me waiting for me to say something about Australian right can I come in your pants I just WanNa put hand just to feel it it's feeling a standing ovation for you thank you so much thank you what a fucking high level yeah got Laura Luma I'm the most banned women in the wealth bitch I'm Ben Thousands of women in each town have been victimized by these these Pakistani rape gangs and almost over Islam phobic the most like this happens the more people are going to shoot up mosques it's not fucking rocket science it's obvious so why don't you treat everybody the same that was enough to get me banned from New Zealand Australia but the real reason band is that I had a phenomenal so UC Berkeley as a thing that most me from in this country where I got UC Berkeley burn down because I wanted to talk about cultural appropriation and the leftist activists burned down you know well about every in humility modest though is your overall because after the off well yes it's actually retaliation it's not really about anything I said although I did say that I didn't like it when mm-hmm and suck up to Barbara Alien regimes meaning designing terrorism and I said that the new New Zealand Christ I'm in the way that I'm in it unless you are cognizant of accepting of the consequences and a modest though I typically am about my you wouldn't have gone to the TV show now quickly obviously I mean you know people like yeah I'd be a sell out but I would also they get censored because he knows basically he can only really be top dog if everyone else get censored because he's not talented or funny enough to survive if he actually has real competition incontinent thrown out of a bookstore is great I love her she's great but come on I am Benjamin talk would you do molly and you're with friends in your hugging because you get like that cold sweaty hugs that would be disgusting if you sober and you just feel obviously that's what I'm naturally disposed would've loved gay good looking Gay well-spoken but I won't shut up about Muslims and I won't shut up about feminists and I won't shut up Berkeley Most People Manami for that February twenty seventeen I had a similarly culturally transformative moment in Australia would in days about this Ad Pakalitha on Youtube because he doesn't want to upset anyone on the left who might be reactor now bullshit he said nothing about coming he's seventeen when I did a tour down there and it was like this moment when they'd never heard anyone talking sense for like twenty years in public life because the media is on the same way as ause and it just created these people currently the best the right has to offer an ESA pissy and it's only really because it took a long time to get to them because they had much more funny and effective and persuasive people like me to Asia and Australia and it's like holy that multi multi multi powder hot water to a chocolate version of that does he goes quiet right and similarly with other he's fine he's a leftist I get it it's not his job to stand up for the right but people on the right Steven crowder for instance who do not stand up for other my own whatever but but but yes it is a kind of modern because because if I had if I had watched myself if I had not gone there if I had been more careful actual income and stuff like that that suck terrible terrible side effects I honestly it's like it's unfair it is but you don't go into the business now it could be an engine of reactive regress which is what we need but they won't stand up for it and that's why I think America is original mother but but you are you are accepting I mean look if I had really been careful about what I say in Wall WanNa break let me just tell you this that are going to be in Nashville this weekend Liam is a form of martyrdom you are not you're not you're not being strung up on the highway out of out of Rome but you are I could quite easily have cruised into a right wing version of a Bill Maher for instance right I could ever ascend to write a centre-right real-time quite Saturday zanies I'm GonNa be in San Jose November seventh eighth and ninth all tickets are at Ari Shapiro Dot Com I'm going to be in Detroit second show added in at the magic bag out all my venues would be and people who people who all prepared to stay quiet when it really matters like Jordan Peterson who despite the fact that Youtube made him has not said it's not it's not an organization it's a it's a message board loads of different communities and the one that typically gets the most flak is Paul which is the politics much like you outside I don't really know all the details they seem to have been a misdiagnosed group organization like who are the in November the fourteenth the Vic Chicago November sixteenth and then Cincinnati November seventeenth feeling to them and using it as an excuse not to give me a visa but they don't understand that's like they're just paying you yes control does yes yeah separate about variety of other things and I'm just too pro Christian for for for Republicans to support and this is what tells me the American side is basically doomed because it's not prepared to you want some Scotch Scotch I dunno culture Bro mccallan whisky it's not prepared to stand up for that offensive speech which was typically and historically as we started this conversation talking about the province of Progressives and an engine of progressive progress okay well yeah I mean you know why like brandy not whiskey it's wild like black man because it's one black man excuse me these I really decline at this point changes batteries but I won't talk about Fortune and the second chewing board which has a blend of people who don't like us very much all the way up to just edge lords trolls and people who just like upsetting people lords edged doc part going you see again you know no one else would tell jokes so I have to visit a multi drink cold Milo is very popular as but what the black people have sex differently you know it's it's a different thing it's very very different fora let's move on in late I figure now crowd is on the way out and all the rest of it and they're all you would not believe the text messages I've been getting in the last couple of months that people say I'm so sorry just hoping the crocodile will eat them we saw me as making excuses for Anti Semites and what was really trying to say is Jen's e the Post millennials the young people I got a lot of trouble with the sort of very Jewish neo-con establishment right in the last election when I was pro-trump because they stepping of the application of antisemitism as a as a criticism right it has become it's become begun to be military fetishism if you like the Republican right there's also one which is bipartisan about Kris kind of thing and I'm just like you can all fucking done can all burn and you will you will burn I don't give a shit about anything anymore I'm going to be funny in Catholic boys he said nothing he said on on stage in I did talk with them recently and he apologized for some of this and that's okay but the point being that he's he's golf the WHO you WanNa come over all you have to deal with this yeah all right let's talk about because ah x zero both kind of nihilistic fun loving individualists and they love smashing taboos particular unlike off too drastic park nine thousand four three four off about nineteen ninety-five Tabu breakers and nihilists like Jenex was millennials millennials a conformist totalitarian status like what's a young people who always do anyway and zero to booze on the right as well as to boost and left we spoke about one of those whose earlier that sort of misapplied just like racism and sexism. I think that it's overstepped its bounds as a as a argument tool right I think the right if Hamas is in a school is it okay to bomb the school I would say yes you would probably say fuck no right say that they had the thing with ambulances sizing it seems like young people this is how they would describe it I think anything Jewish any person with Jewish surname any behavior allowed to say the Jews run the media you also say criticism the meteoroid somehow subtly anti Semitic how the fuck does that work I think that they're right to identify over let's to Manley for me any contact something warmer and Z. I'm very much into that Melissa Lewis Hug we're talking about the warm glow the state of Israel does any any kind of thing that might be vaguely perceived as having something to do with Jewish interests criticizing the media alone at the same time as you say agent parents it's got nothing to do anything America does you enter our country illegally you're lucky that you're allowed to stay here in a detention center and not just be shipped back off into the middle of the ocean somewhere long in hoping that they would get away with it and they brought their sick kid those parents are fucked their depraved cruel you know what does that is that come on and fuck constant is the Bogan Billion Continent Australasia into illegally enter that makes perfect sense to me put him on Cuba okay with the parents if there for a couple of years when I was a religious Jew Unorthodox to sashes at you and I'm Super Pro Israel at the same time I see it's always great dot com now let's get back to the show my low is done pissing clubby l. have ugly hideous regressive attitudes frankly my foreign policy boils down to new Mecca because I just want I just want that cutting themselves to make excuses for it look ridiculous to everyone and it's just the worst example of dhimmitude which we saw what happened in Andalucia in Spain I bought two almost nobody in my Zionism I'm a massive fan like Israel can do pretty much what the hell they want over there and I say this is what we're talking about it it is Palestine where ninety seven percent of the population believed that homosexuality is an unacceptable lifestyle or annex is unacceptable that sort of thinking doesn't go I bought two almost nobody maybe you and I have very different views on this I have no idea it's very difficult to predict what even if you know the politics what did you think about Israel but ticket belief system wiped off the face of the planet because it's evil it is evil sick and wrong and it drives people to do terrible terrible things and the liberals can reasonable person we'll agree that you know I mean wish that little nine year old didn't miss her arm now when she wasn't doing anything difficult ones the predecessors have made it so I take I take my pocket knife on a plane but I can't because there's other people for me those people fucked it up for you redirect your anger fuck it out and having said that the only people who is going to be doing tony the left should be grateful Ilhan Oma breaking the Damn on that because they can all admit what they really believe which is they don't support Israel their pro Muslim and the population enslaved and covered up in rags it's just sick and ugly and I hate it and it is a rational normal position to hold about a belief system that I have investigated and found wanting plenty of you in this points because of Lawrence Buckling and they said ambulances guys go through someone's dying and then they started smuggling arms in the ambulances and so they're like well we gotta check ambulances now and then in the Middle Ages anyway back to this I don't like that particular belief system it wants me dead it once you know only decided they care about Jews so much that they're going to invent allegations of antisemitism against trump supporters because it was suddenly suddenly the outbreak of people who hate Jews in in Wisconsin period yeah no I'm not saying dump them in the Ocean to kill them I'm saying ship them off to an island somewhere like Australia does this they have the island to a standard like punches card of the eight nine topics that the left has to hold the White House there's they have to hold the anti Israel in the media yes but not in politics not until two years ago because Israel was was was the only was the a great great demeaning term Lord give me because I will I will swat you he's seventeen year olds on the Internet you're afraid of doing to you they do to the left about racism and sexism bogus allegations of antisemitism but it's not like Palestinians don't support what Hamas is doing they later from US government I mean the most hostile country for gays in the world who lived through the second mobile they're not talking about this stuff in in school because history lessons have become subordinated social justice culture which is just a little bit how terrible would have been right by sixteen thirty one right ones wherever it appears regressive social attitudes homophobia the oppression of women systematic blow about right I'm perfectly happy with Israel whatever the hell ones but this was used as evidence that trump supporters because he was associated with this Mimi culture were were voluntee- Semis and I know these people are doing Palestine and now they're going to be able to start saying on Democrat side and so within I think within half a decade you'll see the Democrat party dramatically changing its attitude everything everything someone coke everyone thinks cook anyway because I'm fidgety and hyperactive and I talk really quickly Between the ages of nine thousand nine hundred twenty eight okay whatever I trust you I believe point being I when when when fortune when Gen Z. These young kids get through where people who the ocean paradise of now rue Indonesians who come in these boats in Australia when they're caught they get shipped off to narrow while they're processed so they're not in the country they were the Palestinians will say how dare you and it's like well because we can't train bombs obviously this one guy who's dying it's not his fault along people these kids who are dying on the southern border in America the fault is not with with the Border Patrol or ice is the parents who brought them illegally into a country they do not uh-huh supports I unfortunately hi how the fuck did we yeah there's a lot of tweeting Ben Shapiro Gas Chamber memes right only bipartisan given in American Politics Maybe F- right Democrats Look Democrat Democrats are up in arms about antisemitism especially now they've decided they've said any specific attitude towards years so when they found out look you know you have kids or you know if you spend time on message boards designed serve ridicule just like bogus allegations of racism and sexism deserve ridicule and they're just doing the same to because these people like nobody is alive in these kids lives ray the space shuttle blew up and they sent us teacher I think so and they sent a teacher just a regular civilian teacher up in space and we were all watching every fallen out of living memory for them with the consequence that it isn't as real for them as nine eleven still would hurt for them right because remember it's not in living memory they don't have they don't have grandparents standard of like they're beautiful and peaceful like the native American and pity militarize but now you might say his Roberto the bottom line is to trigger people and you give these people access to twitter accounts where they can trigger famous people and they do and they start getting a rise out of somebody for a particular class of joke and I fully support those kids right to bust taboos because I don't think that that was coming from a place of Jew hatred I I think it was coming from number one for trolls for kind of trolls that we were talking about trolling for the sake of being mean which I don't necessarily love and celebrate but I will damn right defend your your right to do it open my comments suck but himselves into target number one with obvious results and entry have the same opinion about Christianity I happen to think that's okay we can have those opinions this quickly belief system results in the rape of young girls especially do when something is forbidden and this is the this is the attraction of some of us who've been banned become irresistible is the same as the it's Madonna in donner MTV it's Marilyn Manson becomes resistible for teenagers and by reacting with pomposity and apoplexy at Muslims which were not really I don't think primarily motivated by antisemitism will hatred anybody particularly but we're really motivated by mischief yet MR I don't WanNa stop doing it oh I'm sorry I did I tell those jokes anymore they're going to quadruple down so when when John Potterat saw or rolled Republican magazine journalists horrified by this just because they don't understand the Internet why do you think that this fifty six year old guy getting upset about it and the offices of national review in Washington colonialism and it's my holocaust anymore yeah it's natural also just like this seen that happen before so they relate the Holocaust until the hon it's just in the before time in a big way in his as an expert on taking it I know I I I get it I get why fifty Laura what do you think those kids on on for channel going to do they're not going to stop they're going to send ten times the number of oven jokes Oh yeah and of course that's what was happening the Florida coast time from fourth and fifth graders yeah because this is wrong so we get joy out of this the generation the Holocaust is not in living memory because their grandparents were alive then right because there's no one they grew up within their family was alive then it has school was like we're going to the Ma- blew up and he was maybe two hours before the first like jokes are coming out or any of the National Review Guys Job at national review go you throw their hands up in horror and clutch pills discussing trump's supported anti in general each successive generation people are getting less racist less sexist less bigoted injury and all about almost everything you hard rising woke up to expect them to understand how Internet culture works which is this extraordinary mystifying language community speech community that even some of us who live in it A place of of transgression for its own sake for its own sake when when when the weren't here the space shuttle I was fourth fifth sixth it's definitely been bad in a lot of places Jews if have have got it in the neck throughout history places rest to make the case that millennials are more prejudiced about anything than genetics and the Gen Z.. Off to them what are they more prejudiced about than their parents were say when I was alignment they just don't the two it was more to do with getting a rise out of easily triggered people than I mean you're like someone's in your office reading my emails and deciding whether to send me an ad for dish soap because there's just they just don't get it they don't even understand how the basics of online just fine this works ruling on it no they don't and so that's that's the majority of it and so I don't really see huge antisemitism problem the single parenthood and drugs and being an getting degrees they end in studies instead of learning engineering or whatever but come on I mean dickey's there's some evidence that Gen Z. are a bit more family oriented because they've seen the mess that their parents have made D. C. understands the Internet any better than the Republican Congressmen who's asking a number askings October or something is so if you're reading my emails it doesn't subscribe to Youtube Channel so you couldn't assume she'd see it cuts I subscribe to one puppy thing and then the rest kind of do have you there's a joy in when you troll somebody wealth there is the most satisfying feeling at all really the there is a there but it's there but it's always been there I don't think it's enormously big or small it was twenty years ago and I think that Gad's going to put it by reacting with pomposity and apoplexy I think Jews in the media generally right end lift made themselves targets it's always been dangerous to be ju somewhere in the world ever since that have been used and it's probably the only minority could really say that about maybe I don't know maybe it's not but but air Christy McAuliffe was was the was the she went up there and what's her paper brand of shampoo head and shoulders because she's but where where did you take a vacation all of the and I don't really think I mean yes there are some antisemites yes there are some people who have problems with Jews there always has been it has always been dangerous to Ju- somewhere in the world ever since they have been Jews we are you can thank you yeah so he was on this podcast and he was like the interesting thing is when they're like we we will against you because your girlfriend you said you're trying to piss there's your coffee and get warm to your itchy nose and your coffee I do think touches no it's fine bluish itchy and then the more I touch it and feel better so much who might wish you hadn't done that just like I'm very America and I might have started bombing in office even if it's like you're not helping yourself absolutely and technical technically Jewish lean on it lead on it when I need you to embarrass the left he's honest because why not oh I'm Jewish I'm not a proper Jew my mom is Jewish so by Jewish rules match beyond Jewish but Saddam but I was raised Catholic so I consider myself a Christian wonderful any kind of criticism whatsoever I think runs up against this anti Semitism thing and I think it's become a sort of well sexist out and they're not I think there's a willful ignorance of how some of these Internet community I'm on does anyone really believe that the next generation coming up saturated in social justice politics and all the rest of it aside from a little bit of rebellion is going to be more racist you know his daughter converted to Judaism and his grandchildren are Jewish periods and when people say this is the most I don't get mad about very much when people say oh they mock you for when you say like Oh my best friend's black racist 'cause your best friend black to which I want to ask the question ooh I'm not compelled to buy my private life doesn't have a diversity quota even in my job does right if it doesn't persuade you I am I the race agnostic or even in my case preferred company african-americans the white people yeah I do I do the best thing they've come up with among many wonderful things including the OK hand sign which bubbled up on fortune and then basically because I I was really good argument against the proposition that you might be racist if the person you choose to spend most of your time when you don't have to is black and you love them yeah probably it is quite it doesn't persuade you that I'm not racist in the people I choose to spend my time around when I don't have to when I'm not at work and what not if that doesn't persuade you can fall in love with and marry and dedicate the rest of my life to a man who I think it makes me makes me what award because he's so pro Israel his daughters Jewish kids are Jewish pro Israel forget pro Israel his family's off Jewish the white nationalist thing chances are they'll put onscreen next day you know well the crown all so yeah so I was at the very forefront of making sure that happened in the last election it was we understand the left doesn't want us to be reciprocally proud of being white like you're allowed to be proud of being gay or black or a paraplegic lesbian immigrant whatever H is put together so it stands behind Hitler and now that's the new thing we're trying to give you anything you give CNN and you tell them this is the secret so stupid stupid a new one is the is the fash tag because if you draw a hashtag symbol what do you call it here pound pound it's actually like to it was demonstrating that it is now in American public life not even okay to say it's okay it's not it's not great to be what it's okay to be white yeah yeah this was so four Chan is this makes me mad anyway so for Chen trolls extraordinary jewels extraordinary that Shiloh buff stuff the best thing it's like I was pushing it through all my channels and the access of course oh I was not only deeply embedded in all of that but I was making sure that all the trump activists provided to people and it was suggested that this should be on t shirts and posters around college campuses it caused chaos and madness and fury on the left who DESCR who described this as an expert Russian of white supremacy and white nationalism and the whole joke which they just couldn't see and therefore walked straight into is that they the the about Jews after all the Anti Semitism so we're going to brand his supporters anti Semitic if there's any content on the Internet that must be from trump's supportive eight it's just another front in aw they came up with this it's okay to be white so the idea was this is the most unobjectionable imaginable statements white pride remember joyful person but as you can tell from my yelling get surrounded by person but the only thing that really really annoys me is we're doing OK hand sign to make omnipresent to just just to fuck with CNN right so I was I was spending a lot of spending that much articles and ninety percent of my time faulk would persuade you I'm not racist and the also causes nothing because they don't they're not really interested in reading it really annoys me yeah and that is ornate free speech and they burned down Berkeley to stop me saying it thanks drew done so that's that's what I do as a comic it right and that's the holy grail of trolling when you provoke your opponent into making your point for you for instance I want to call this tool saying the left isn't elections it's just a place people go to hang out who like similar kinds of humor and hate the same people are you familiar with the Cacophony Society no okay since I've just been appointed I wanNA talk about this go ahead a really great interview we will anticipate your next question and provide you with me very much at home in this world in which world in the world of what let's show Apocrypha that is a perfect example of what I call that she was trolling right Getting people probably the one that propelled instantly bridge the one I was the one who I did at the White House and the press briefing room while you see the cameras are going on and I just went like this fucking with the left at the the best thing about that you're getting both sides to can't use that and then the right goes don't tell us it is our side and your the it's it's the Grand Marshal of Boston's upcoming straight pride parade the idea look if you can be proud of being a a AIDS ridden Chutney to be more haunt even say that and they walked straight into proving everybody's point right so this is this these are my people I deep frankish group they started burning man they started Santa Con it was just like let's just kind of luck with people's ideas of products yeah there's one guy would and that's what a fortune beautiful drove with that great hive mind of brilliantly funny and nihilistic seventeen year olds yeah seventy and they got written off where t shirts and putting up on college campuses it's okay to be white because the response that it produces the response that it produces makes the point have like a Santa cones kind of boring it got out of there out of the hands they do a marathon they'd just a guy up in a salmon and made them go against the marathon jump up and down Flimflam who looked from CONTO con they're Chutney Chutney punching on swallows isn't it UH anyway if you're allowed to be proud of child abuse I think I might be allowed to be a I call myself a gay ally of the straight pride movement clear. ACS became this weird thing where like my friends about Oh there you go what over as this thing to say I guess but I think it's tokenism what you do is it sexual and romantic architecture that has built Western civilization which is the nuclear family should be proud I got a kid it's a similar yeah that's an old joke from England never mentioned anyway so so they were looking for somebody younger and more handsome very craftily worded it nowhere cease and desist did it mention the phrase straight pride because his lawyers correctly intuited having Brad Pitt will not be associated with straight pride my actually Data always let the motherfucker burn because they all deserve it so that one of my favorite one though is when wind fortune decided they were going to I mean in tune with the heroics so I I said okay fine yeah it can't be anymore obvious this is not a hateful fuck gays thing if they are this hate group but it's I don't even know what the news CNN they say this is an organized hate group out of your fucking mind this is a bunch of teenagers some it's just me so have you seen that picture of little girls smoking while the house is on fire in the background so there's a house like emblazoned three story house blazing tobacco and this girl from Roggin the essay I wrote this morning that's into that is that is doing the rounds in conservative media circles is about to get videographers who did all kinds of awful thefts Jordan people drift in and out and sometimes things come out of it and sometimes they sing like stunts but shot there's no President Ashley Straight Pride Parade makes it clear that this is not a hater event but it is in fact specifically designed to laugh at them that's why they're so mad about it that's about it because up to it's okay to be white it is the amount of Whoopie Goldberg on the view saying how these people should not be allowed to express that's the joke made penalty bisexuals opposite of this like Cobb peace only outfit of the Gay Pride Parades you know the sneakers and like Oh we can't characterize us a hate group just think we're ridiculous and you're making us look stupid this cannot be allowed really so grit to happen during sure who's nine year old child is talking on the high street I can be proud I give you my proudest I came in taking a just a gay as they're fucking Marshall that the it's so clearly a joke right moral conundrums emerge you know these these Muslim parents in Britain who are withdrawing their kids from school because they don't want children to be an LGBT quality causes like Jesus what is offered from from the handmaid's tale except instead of being the left saying that this is the way that trump is pushing the country I want it to be all and I called them Chutney punching horn swallows and it's one of my favorite I take great pride in listening to you know I I said they were classic mounted by mountebanks support of of course in this particular circumstance you have to come down the side of the Muslims because you know I don't want my seven year old child learning about fistulas not thinking about perhaps the sultan of Brunei because that's that's quite a straight proud country only after international pressure did they roll back their new alienate him from some people who like him very elegantly written very clever was masterful and I give I get old you credit to sue grab it and run the law firm when you do that have you good time it's fun and what they like all authoritarians they cannot bear being laughed at and appointing me as the it's like you know I really want to do is say all the women don't bring Bras to burn bring your briefcases so into boone their briefcases and I want all the women to come dressed thank Allah that's so gay ally the straight Prime Minister I might might people might be allowed might they not to be a fan of the lesbians on the other hand could smash the shit out it doesn't really matter what it is the statements there so I don't think I think the only thing that remains outfit I just used you'll hear a short explanation of breath do you ever get trolled I do I've never been trolled no one's ever successfully told me this is the questions I'm trying to help I want to get through the end of this week over fucking the like for example after spend ah so we had Brad Pitt as the mascot and unfortunately due to a scheduling conflict and also SEC which was aren't really in communion with one another so it becomes a becomes a question of of emotional manipulation because reason doesn't work when these two belief systems don't it one funny celebration and then to when you get the reaction it's like Oh hell yes even my hand wanders down to my groin and I just excellent yeah truly excellent and just like you suggest stuff to the coffee inside somebody called on people show up with that wouldn't like for communicate with one another in a in a doesn't work we doesn't work so you have to appeal to people's emotions and feelings which is why the pro-life side of things is winning cricket to be honest that's the abortion where it's like they're so against each other around Mike you guys aren't really even discussing each other points pro-life pro-choice are not opposites uh of course he doesn't mean that got me I think maybe the subjects on which I'm vulnerable as abortion because I don't find it terribly funny right so I think about like you know like month eight abortions or something and I think that they might get me but no one's done it yet yeah is going to be some instances of me on camera getting like somewhat worked me up or something but I if honestly I can't remember an instance where I feel like I got because I don't take anything seriously angry about it a pushing people right words instead of leftwards I can't think of another example but these flesh colored three D models of babies in the womb mums can now see when they go for their tone which I find it difficult to laugh unusual that's your trigger unusual yeah everybody's got a thing where it's like that's just my thing for me for me it's killing kids which seems quite reasonable because it's a lot easier to convince people that killing kids is bad than women should be able to the children also interestingly this is one of the few areas I think in which advances in technology oops is speaking past one another I get it it is a woman's right to choose but is not exactly a contact to come from different value systems and these different value systems it's just a no show cells doctors are saying is that when when mothers see the this three D. flesh colored model they're just not aborting no matter what joke about it because in reflexively I'm like you don't want to be you're going to be that guy like my thing is no no I guess that also your in the world I'm sorry to say that I do struggle with my attraction to two men but I'm seeking to overcome it which is one of the reasons why I'm trying to persuade the organizers actually of straight pride in your unique you're both pro-life and you're both pro choice you're just applying it here yeah the yeah it's it's an insoluble problem because he's too months but alas why would never give a permit during prime month for this of course because pointed gays would go crazy not that they would actually do if what are they doing gay riot look like if somebody would have come really hard and fast about infanticide all you know like if somebody would have come at me than you have less than such humor about it strongly right and disgusting classes would be my other could be my other trigger would be you're snobbish nece here's one of your big trolls case assist how much how many photos of me taking in the ass by drug dealers do I have to post for you to stop saying the white nationalist MHM to allow me to do a live conversion therapy session

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Announcement Corona Virus

Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Announcement Corona Virus

"Hi One by now. Everyone knows that Ed Colvin nineteen overgrown. Avars has taken pretty much all over the world and here in the US. We have one of the highest cases and aw also here. New York City. We have very high cases Matter of fact the highest cases in the US My focus has been to remain healthy To have my family remain healthy and as such. I've decided to put my three podcasts on hold as we're busy every day trying to keep up with what's really going on. Hopefully this will be over sooner than later and life will somewhat begin to reestablish itself on but as I like to say all my podcasts one of them in this life is about possibilities not impossibilities. Milo podcast. Allied to say Although light may bring many storms. Love always wins. And my other podcasts. I say life is for the Living Livid till next time please stay well and I was. Solid chartered to the same thank you.

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A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Announcement Corona Virus

"Hi everyone by now. Everyone knows that Ed Colvin nineteen overgrown. Avars has taken pretty much all over the world and here in the US. We have one of the highest cases and aw also here. New York City. We have very high cases Matter of fact the highest cases in the US My focus has been to remain healthy To have my family remain healthy and as such. I've decided to put my three podcasts on hold as we're busy every day trying to keep up with what's really going on. Hopefully this will be over sooner than later and life will somewhat begin to reestablish itself on but as I like to say all my podcasts one of them in this life is about possibilities not impossibilities. Milo podcast. Allied to say Although light may bring many storms. Love always wins. And my other podcasts. I say life is for the Living Livid till next time please stay well and I was. Solid chartered to the same thank you.

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Outtake: The Coronavirus Canceled My Play

The No Budget Filmcast

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Outtake: The Coronavirus Canceled My Play

"I'm Kinda pissed because my play guy cancelled. I haven't done an actual life life theater in years. Yeah so additional January and then they emailed me for the second round in and it was when I was in New York sore played the email. Basically saying hey yeah. I'd love to do it but I'm in New York this weekend. So probably can't and they never got back to me so I just assumed they did respond to me Mellon castlemed and then somebody messages me on facebook like. Hey Milo were you know sitting up the read read you know the scheduling catch somebody else. And they bail like no no no delays getting going to Mike Okay so we went into did a reading on Sunday for first reading and then our first proper rehearsal was supposed to be Wednesday and then Wednesday morning. They're like hey guys yes sorry. We're having to cancel the production. Closed for teasers is like when the cultivators a big theater no it's yeah. Brookside is the Brookside so new players is no clue. The play Clue Stewart. I know that they didn't put your mood. The movies popular Tim Curry in it. So it's supposed to be for that so. I was looking forward to extend relate theatrical production. That's what you're getting starship. Damn you Again it is. It is against a real protective clay on is usually two weeks go. Oh my God I will initially. If that's not true. Visually the two two over two weeks ago we would have been He's totally cancels. Like totally on no sir. You got lucky there because yeah you got time especially because the last week because I have some happened in the middle of the show is on the last week.

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Whiskey Like Dear

Armstrong & Getty

39:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Whiskey Like Dear

"This is kind of a big deal. Ebays redefining refurbished rebooting it. Remixing remodeling at introducing certified refurbished from ebay up to fifty percent off your products direct from the manufacturer shop. Smart with certified refurbish from ebay. They're pointed be great pressure on you guys to be honest with you fox news to rescind your call. It was. It was a premature call. You know we were livid about the fact that you and then the made that call. There are seven organizations that call states on election night from time to time seven. Five of those seven did not make that call. Want to be in a position. This lead joe biden to falsely declare himself. The president elected some understood. And they're saying that the outstanding vote is over six hundred thousand and that the president is on schedule and terms of what they see to be at over sixty something percent. If that were the case would that state move. If if if a frog had wings i mean what we believe. We believe fairly strongly that the vote is going to come in. It's going to confirm our call. Others will then call arizona for the former vice president. We're confident in our call. I don't really get the point of arguing. These things you tell me. What the political advantage is you. Don't just say let's counting find out. Politics in motivating the base and getting donations is all about a myth. Making in scenario like setting expectations and assumptions and beliefs. And then using those to motivate people and make money and if you can make people believe the election was stolen in on both sides that keeps people engaged in whipped up donating in voting in the rest of it. I'm in the way you do that. we got a great email on this Somebody pointed out that Biden and his and his peeps When trump sues because philadelphia had a hundred thousand dead people vote. That's evidence that he's not leaving office just like we said he's the new hitler so they can you. They set these vague expectations. And say we told you and keep people engaged so the quick headlines and then. I've got a tiny bit of analysis. The quick headlines are arizona announced. They're not going to give results probably till tomorrow. So we're probably not going to. Who's president till at least tomorrow. Nevada is going to like an hour from now Released their number. But it's not. It used to be that. If nevada goes for biden it's over trump can win but since arizona's still hanging out there now kinda yell It's it's not over if nevada nance's The other part of it. That's interesting to me is One bret baier. That was so that was the first clip. You heard was a trump lawyer guy arguing with bret baier and that they called it for arizona. Bret baier made the point later in his show that look we stand by the call. We made our department does. But we don't make this decision. I mean it doesn't actually mean in doesn't have the weight of they'll count and then determine if we're wrong you know we. We don't change anything so weit up is basically what he's saying but will be hilarious is so right now rudy newt. Various people trump are arguing. There's all kinds of shenanigans going on the biden crowd and a lot of democrats are saying. No these are good honest citizens that just want do the right thing and count the votes correctly. If trump over sudden it turns out he does win nevada arizona. I assume the scripts will flip completely. Oh yeah then just hand them to each other to save time yes. They'll just fax each other. The fax email each other the script so that now the democrats can say it's rigged we weren't allowed to watch vote counting how dare they and the republicans say these are just good citizens. Counting the votes in the right thing happened right. Yeah that's even has lawyers and each side scrutinize the hell out of the process and it keeps You know real Vote fraud from happening in large amounts. Ooh some of the the big one party cities that are run by machines. They absolutely You know if there's electoral reform that we really need And it's tough because the states are in charge of the processes is that Your needs to be just complete transparency of the mechanics of it In in some national bipartisan committee ought to recommend xyz all the states and they adopted just to end some of this wild You know see conspiracy theories and or exaggerations and or opportunity to actually cheat. I don't know where the opportunity comes in. Because i don't actually know how the vote counting works. I don't know where the best chance to manipulate. Stuff happens in can't be at the individual person counting the vote level. It's gotta be higher up than that because you couldn't change enough votes if you're just an individual vote count well in all of them are almost all of them have security cameras now and trust me i you know i want trump to win but if i sat there and every ballot was biden write down how many were biden but the crowd that actually believes trump is a racist and a white supremacist. They would feel like they're doing the right thing for the nation shore. Yup which is why it has to be super transparent so speech transparency. I i think this may be a glimpse into my soul. And i think it matters to a glimpse into joe soul music for that. I don't know if we do not welcome to a glimpse into joe seoul hosted by joe. That's me why. Am i the announcer to. I'm a one man shop. Welcome again man. Show right like you on a stage in broadway with a single spotlight. I hadn't experienced last night. That i think you've probably had before check. I'm not sure. Judy and i were eating so much until downstairs. While i know you've had that experience. No i didn't go upstairs last night. So i'd say the humiliation so judy Made some absolutely fabulous meatballs. Who had sound the heck out of a meatball and home made talion style of mehta saw man. I would eat that all. It was so good. Just spicy. Enough just fabulous in at The midway point of the meal. When i started to get full i said to her. Hey is this milo milo being the name of my friend joe's steer that got to the point of His his fate was have a name on the animals. you slaughter. he'd become half a pet to the family but they had a meeting in pop up pointed out. Listen mild something wrong and actions have consequences. I have tried my low and found him guilty but he said look because they ended up. Adopting milo can't remember if he'd gotten injured or who is going to raise him something happened. I can't recall the specifics but they ended up adopting milo. They've got big big place in the country and almost enough grass defeat him but anyway and the fed them tons and tons of hey the rest of it and he became half a pet for the family but they had a family meeting in. My buddy pointed out to his kids who were both teenagers in terrific. Young people He said listen. Milo was born and raised to be beef cattle. He's had an incredible life for a beef cow. I'm hungry has he ever been to europe but having said that there is no going europe or getting your graduate degree in realising his dream as whatever becoming lawyer. He's a. He's beef cattle to move to adjourn hilarious. Wow the eight year old demographic really responding to that child. i'm gonna go down. that road knows. I'm not too good to do it anyway. So that and the end will be painless. And he will realize his fate so anymore want beef. I guess sir we knew so. I brought that up in the minute. The words were out of my mouth. I thought oh should. I have said that. How am i going to react to that Because i petted my low. And i met them met him and everything and he was a nice cow a nice steer bowl whatever with what do i know. I was born in the suburbs He was going on like twelve thirteen. Hundred pounds though. So you had to be careful if if the probably typical for yeah he would knock you for a loop just accidental body shaming steer. But anyway i thought oh. Am i about to get nauseated. Because i'm thinking about milo next coun- no he was delicious. And i just kept eating. Well good for you. I is it. Because i'm heartless or just a realist. Try to be rational. How i can picture some people who i know and love who would have thrown down there fork away from the table and tried not divine. My wife and youngest son right both. Have this problem since we have so many animals in their all pets Their their ability to eat meat has really gotten difficult whereas i have no problem whatsoever. I if it's a man woman child thing or different personality types. Yeah but i. I don't know. I can separate the two. I'm you know judy was fine too. By way i have this animal. That's a pattern. I like it and have this animal that a pet. But i'm going to eat it. At some point. In their natural letting the animals roam free you know as opposed to being raised for meat or whatever. Their natural end was going to be food for another animal. An terribly bright gruesome being torn apart. Yeah now could. I like realize i i was gonna take something out to thought. Hey let's eat baxter. My dog could do that question in. What's the difference part of it. Well extras a good boy. Baxter is an extremely intelligent creature that that lives to serve and please and socialize. He's a pack animal. The rest it they say. Pigs are very intelligent though And i've eaten hell outta mini-pigs life I don't know. I don't spend a lot of time thinking about these things but home. Yeah my my wife and youngest. My eight year old have gone through periods where they dislike. The idea of it was an animal weird amount because they spend so much time around animals Has had that effect on me. But yeah yeah. We got some chickens recently on. I'm really for some reason. I finding it very satisfying. I'm not exactly sure why. They're free rangers runaround or property and so i pull in our gate opens and i go down our driveway. And there's chickens crossing the road. I have no idea why. Why and And and just there's something pleasing about. It's gotta be something deep down about our genetics or something that i'm getting pleasure from this another friend of mine Retired police officer still involved in policing consultant. Type work He got the very same sort of chickens. He is more fond of those chickens than i would have guessed was possible. Yeah it becomes a thing like feeding them and they all run over and just see him about once. I want chickens. That's the thing for me like When i get a house or whatever that's one of the things i want is a little chicken thing right out. Get some eggs. Yeah but even just the the yolk color on the eggs that so incredible so vibrant so yellow. We got a dirty egg second dog so we haven't been able to get any eggs because this one of our dogs justice obsessed with finding the eggs needham probably dogs. Do on oregon. Do about that but see you could eat them said no. I couldn't do that. Okay do that okay. That i couldn't do settled. Why i don't know not exactly sure Our is five to nine five k. Ftc i think we brought you up to speed on the latest on the vote. And we're not going to know most certainly today who's the president of the united states and as we mentioned earlier in the show. Maybe we ought to repeat. That doesn't look like the republicans have the senate wrapped up after all might need another election january fifth for that. Oh good which is just what we only cause. I'm so disappointed. The last ones over that and other stuff on the way. Uh the armstrong and getty show. That's covering it quite covered by the world. Love for your viewpoint is covered up this feeling. That was the last question going to wrap this chain around your head so they ignored the tank. Top guy who ran in and said that who seems a little too perfect and maybe like he was trying to become a youtube star or something tanked up t shirt with the sleeves cut off with the three words barbecue beer and freedom. Just right on the front yeah. It just seemed a little to try too hard to be a certain kind of guy. Little lady gaga pretending to be middle america ish. What story didn't talk about unbelievable I just saw a headline that for major league baseball the nfl and nba. They think those three leagues thirteen billion dollars this year from ovid than bind. Yeah wow and any reason to think it's gonna be much different next year Yes because as of now major league baseball won't play unless they have fans in the seats so you lose even more my role they they just lost too much money putting season and paying the players so did they not have to pay the players if they don't play more or less yeah. I can't remember play than it took so long to get going again. They're trying to they're arguing about how much salary a pro rated. The players would get for the shortened season so cute because you reach a point where it's cheaper to not play. Yes you'd lose less money okay. So i And it's more a. I'll admit it's more than i understand because of the tv contracts and the rest of it. But i have it on very good authority in fact. Espn had article at rob manfred the commissioner baseball of no fans. No play I was thinking that maybe the mathworks you're paying these people anyway so any money you make it all better than nothing. But that's not the case correct so they. There might not be sports right. Wow so we can happen. Might not be baseball. I think basketball is making a very concerted. Push to to get their season going by the end of this year. I think really now. But they can't do the bubble thing right. You can't put people in bubble an entire season. No they don't believe it'll be bubbled. There's been talks of Reducing travel by making You play you travel a city once and you play all your games against them kind of like a baseball series interesting and then kind of going. So they're finding ways to reduce possible points of failure but the talking about doing the bubble again boy so but it could be a worse sports year than last year. That's wild well see i. I would be very bombed by that. Aw for obvious reasons. And so no concerts in twenty twenty right. I mean twenty twenty one entirely possible. Wow yeah maybe fourth quarter there enough people immune end or vaccinated or whatever therapies. It's possible i don't know you know. I think i don't know i do. If most people do have this feeling that next year will be closer to normal. But there's little evidence to show that It might be the same or worse coming up whiskey. The taste like deer diseased mink running across the globe and forced lady part exams at the airport. Whiskey the taste like beer or deer. The kind the antler animal. Okay maybe just misspoke. Whiskey tastes like that's interesting. Whiskey tastes like deer no whiskey. The taste like deer misprint. Because he thinks with beer and whisky. Just drink beer. Armstrong and getty who armstrong and getty here and take advantage of limited time. Black friday savings and let hellofresh spice up mealtime at home with simple recipes and fresh ingredients their sourced directly from growers delivered to your door. Contact free with more than twenty two weekly recipes. There's something for everyone to enjoy including family friendly vegetarian and low calorie choices. 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But he says is not a sure thing anymore. I know we ruled they. One way we believe it but For him to move it out is if you're a high five euro biden fan. Maybe you're dancing. You get in the end zone. So it's kind of funny. That nate silver who is beating up on getting the polling wrong when he takes arizona off the biden side and says. It's too close that me as heavyweight jack. The it's like having a heavyweight psychic so just to bring you up to speed on. The latest. Arizona has not been officially called by them And so it's still out there Biden's but anyway they're going to announce tomorrow. They said they probably won't have announcement tool tomorrow. Nevada is going to announce a little bit later today but since arizona's not known yet unlikely that we're gonna know who's president till at least tomorrow nevada just updated with a small batch of stuff. I believe biden's lead went from seven thousand to about eleven thousand but it was an a little mix. She's two and then pennsylvania there what far-right a probably. Maybe saturday. yeah they just announced they might have some information later today but whatever okay Anyway wake me when it happens. Yeah yeah i'm fine with that Have you ever dreamed of a whiskey. That tastes like deer. Stay with us. Nobody has so whenever one thing on the arizona race An interview wednesday afternoon with an arizona official said you saw some of the networks. Come out and call the race shortly after we got our first dump a balance. He said we're shaking ourselves. Head saying yeah. This is really premature. So some of the people counting the ballots saw fox and ap call arizona for biden and thought they do that. We don't know who won. How do they know who won so maybe arizona is in play. I don't know wisconsin which went for a wish. Wisconsin and michigan went for biden yesterday. Wisconsin's within the little margin where you can ask for a recall if you want it recount a recount if you want it And it looks like the trump people are going to although there's no specific evidence of irregularity former governor of wisconsin. Scott walker said. I gotta tell you we've done this a couple of times and it only changed votes by a couple hundred votes right and you're several thousand behind twenty thousand five hundred votes apart. Yes the rounding error the five hundred forty. Two votes is probably too much for recount. Never mind the twenty thousand So you know they can give it a try but michigan by the way. What's the final number in michigan. One was a little more solid. Win the two point seven percent. Apart as opposed to wisconsin which is point seven. She's just amazing. yeah arizona the current number in arizona. I think you know what. Let me refresh this just to make sure i'm not gonna say something crazy the current number in arizona. They're making me do the math on this website please. I'm a simpleton. Two point four percent. They used to say. When i was younger it was popular to say. Well you know. One person's vote doesn't count. People won't say that for a while. No you got like ten states where it's almost exactly fifty fifty so it's worth voting. Yeah absolutely craziness. We'll be alright witness day. Oh yeah and then So silliness and georgia. We don't know who the two people are going to be win Whether republicans are going to be the senators georgia and it might take a runoff election january fifth to determine whether or not those two are republican and whether or not that keeps the senate republicans so we might not know that till january which is just what we all need. I can't imagine the amount of money that will porn georgia. If that is the difference maker for control of the senate because that's really where the money is. Well how how. How much scrutiny were will there be over the Mail in ballots. That will be counted in heavily. Blue atlanta for those special election Races once the regularly scheduled senate race in the other one is a special election. Because i can't even remember what happened. Somebody went and took another gig where something got offered. The manager of the local petco petsmart So yeah that's there will be like gangs of people pouring over every ballot than some sort of fight to the death or vote or something who knows. That'll be courteous. Oh we have to deal with another election and a couple of months that would be hugely important. Why am i being punished. If biden wins in control of the senate is determined by one election in georgia on january. Fifth holy cow. That's a big deal to simultaneous elections. Just so people understand their two seats in georgia. Where ever happens Just happens because of the special election the was. They had seventeen candidates on the ballot. And you had to take a majority fifty percent plus one otherwise. There's a runoff. Well it looks like they're gonna be two runs off fifteen days fifteen days before biden takes the oath of office if he wins and then he either has control of the senate and can do all that crazy stuff. People been talking about or not right right. He gets the senate as well. I move to paraguay. uruguay can never remember. Don't pick the wrong one. You know it's funny. Is steve lopez of the l. A. times who's usually pretty reasonable breuil but the east easier reasonable liberal. You know we could absolutely break bread and the rest of it And he's a good writer. And he's i think mostly truth. Teller really shocked to read his column in case of a trump win. I'm weighing my options. Canada mexico secession. Way does mention mexico. He spends most of his time talking about Going to canada. I mean if his name was like carpet. Chuck or something. I think canada's names lopez. So i know you can go wherever you want. But he's actually semi i Seriously talking about Leaving the country for quite some time because if trump gets elected reelected but a specific specific just can't handle trump being president the evil ying and billion lying that that seems like such a weird reaction to me. It's always seemed like a weird reaction anytime people say. I'm gonna move to another country. You don't try to convince people you're side makes more sensor. I think there's a bit of like the the people on the left. Don't really understand the people's on the right disdain. For me i'm media like they understand it and they'll tell you no no no i get it i get it. I think there's a similar thing going on here where there's on the on the right. You really don't fully grasp the disdain that the left has for this man sure you get it philosophically but there. There is a deep. I don't feel it right right right. Although it might you might have to leave the country just to feel comfortable when just to find a safe place yourself in the mirror. I at least. I did what i could. I did support i. I don't know what that would be but well. I have sympathy for people who think okay. The governance of this geographic location is something. I don't want to deal with anymore. Assure bad we witness the thousands of people leaving one of the prettiest places in the world. I'm probably gonna. I'm probably going to do that myself. Some right so i get it. And i've said before the united states is not a landmass at its core. It's a set of ideals and if those ideals are no longer practiced on this land mass. I will find a landmass where they are. It's it's fine with me. I've lived all over this country and in one foreign land when i was a little kid. It it's not unthinkable for me to go somewhere but not another country. Sure why not into it seriously. How drastically would it have to change to actually do it to leave the country. Not a state. Because i was about to say the number of people that have declared. I'll leave the country. I'll bet i'll bet you can count on one hand. The number of people who've actually left the united states who made declarations like that. Oh my gosh. where's it. And i mean i you know not including like just dep and that and moved to france so new partner crazy people. Exaggeration is a bit of the the coin of the realm. Is it says. The world's biggest idiot a shot of whiskey tastes like deer stay tuned. I want to read this to you. It's a note from. I think we can yet. Kelly johnnie walker denison kellyanne. I have been corresponding a bit. Nsm not dennis do we. She's sorry how do we still have the clip of the cute little girl who her mom astor who the president was from a couple of days ago or would that be really hard to find Anyway it was kelley's daughter have been corresponding back and forth and kelly and company live in germany. They're americans but their experts. They live in germany. And i said how's life in deutschland nazi germany. No regular germany. Modern day german. Thank you sean. And she writes. Living in deutsche land has been a fantastic experience for us. Of course there's some difficulties in courts but overall we love it here. Life is a little simpler. Everything closes on sundays. I love that work. Life balance is respected in kids have crazy amounts of freedom to explore in growing their independent. That's interesting they go after after school programs where they build multi-storey flirts with hammers and nails and build fires. Little supervision walked to school without adults starting as young as kindergarten. Take the public bus train. Schools downtown starting in fifth grade. I can go on and on at all. Sounds like my childhood in america. Right so i go back to my kids childhood right but i go back to your disbelief that anybody would do that. And it doesn't seem that all strange to me. Of course. I thought of doing that when i was in college. I don't speak german though you kinda don't have to. I've i've looked at a lot of websites. Best places for american experts to live crag the healthcare guru the data not has looked into the question to just in case things. I mean if if biden wins gets both houses. He dies comma harasses the president. The filibuster ends. They packed the court. They add states all that stuff. They're talking about. Would i go somewhere. Where sixty percent of the population already speak. English and i learn a little conversational whatever. Yes the answer is yes i would. Maybe i'd have to see. I'd have to decide. See what judy thinks. The rest of it but I consider it unthinkable at all. I wanna be somewhere. That's more like america should be very have goosestep around germany not fanatic. I don't think i would. I hard to imagine why would do that. I just use my regular walk. I am not fanatically patriotic about a geographical landmass I'm patriotic about a set of ideas. And if this landmass leave those ideas. I will leave landmass there. Lots of nice landmasses dear flavored whiskey. Yeah are you going to tell us about it or else that coming up next you finally get it to it it's one of three flavors and to me the deer flavored one is the best of the line. Your shirts not beer flavored whiskey because that makes only drink beer. Because then you'd be drunk. I just invented some vanilla flavored chocolate ice cream. Just vanilla ice cream. You invest on me. The armstrong and getty show to this point. I actually think there's going to be about twenty four hours a divergent interests between donald trump and the remaining republican leadership. Become cutting before the so. That's rahm emanuel former chief of staff to barack obama mayor chicago smart political thinker. He thinks when it's over the republican leadership and he's assuming biden's going to win is gonna start breaking with the whole trump crowd quickly I believe that was probably true. You one thing about rahm emanuel. And that's my favorite political team hamming chris christie on abc. But if you notice. He's missing a finger when he's gesturing and everything like you know when he's pointing at things. He's missing a finger. You know how that happened. Knife fight lost it in a bet when he was working at arby's has a high school kid. Oh my finger. Oh my lord rican rb santa. Jeez that's gross. That's just something though isn't it. I mean you would think you'd have a more a different story than that arby's nicely. Tell a different story. This headline reuter needs to be fired. This new whiskey tastes like deer. Seriously it's one of three. New whiskies unveiled this brand. That i'm not going to mention because a they didn't pay for an adan be sounds disgusting. Don't most people who like whiskey. Enjoy the flavor of whiskey. Most whiskey drinkers like the flavor. Whiskey don't need a new flavor. Yeah what do. They need venison flavored whiskey. But that's the reason. The headline writers should be fired Well i'll tell you. The deer sliders crafted with three year. Old white wheat whiskey allows the venison flavor to truly shine. Distilled was slow smoked red deer venison and seasonal ingredients including poor seaney mushrooms cranberries juniper berries and green pepper corns. Like some of the jin's that ver- got cranked out especially like five. Ten years ago that we're like po- pary baskets in your mouth or disgusting. But there are other brands jacker corpse flower brandy. Not for the faint of heart. Distilled with the famous famously stinky durian fruit dubiously dubbed. The corpse flower. It said to be just horrific or the people that want that and finally there are singular. Musk proudly features and old world flavoring technique that uses oil acts extract from the or gland of the north american beaver. That's anal gland friends. Glands in my whiskey beaver amos whiskey. It's not a good name. I mean by that t shirt. I'd seen band. Yeah but i'm not drinking. It is a sick and the full bodied two year aged bourbon. Whiskey has a bolstered mouth. Feel not in my mouth. It doesn't mean. I'm slapping my tail to danger with a vanillin. Knows and notes of spice. The addition of burchell raspberry in canadian snake route woody spice akin to ginger commingled with the natural fruity. -ness of the kastoria. I you know i've never. I've never done. Would it take to know the natural fruity. -ness of that particular gland may be very intimate with a beaver. Yes yes indeed definitely not the first date. Something that consent. Wow wow let's see. This stuff is Sixty five dollars a bottle. You can get much good. Whiskey for sixty-five bottle doesn't taste like beaver. Yeah the south. End of north beaver. It's not what i'm looking for my whiskey. Oh my final was named. Here's your host held onto that story till the end of the show mistake your host joe any. Let's get a final thought from everybody on the crew. You press the buttons. He keeps us on the air. Mike lines final thought. Yeah i once went to a movie theater. Watch the film and just because i paid for it. I sat through the whole thing. I just couldn't wait for the end. This kind of how i feel about the election. I just wanted to end positive sean. Our producer final thought. Yeah earlier this year. Congress gave americans the chance to raid their own. 401k accounts for Without penalty because of the pandemic but according to fidelity investments only about four percent of people. Did that. shout you guys. That's that's that's some savia savvy money management. They're interested jack. A final thought for the folks. I am ready for whatever. The next thing is that america is into. I don't know what it's going to be. I still predicted crash in interest in politics. Hunger games promoing. I don't know what it's going to be. But i'm ready for that next thing. My final thought is probably worth mentioning that you know. Every day really after november first sport a full length mink coat his that denmark the world's largest producer mink i plans to snuff all their minks in the country because the minks are infected with a mutated form of the novel corona virus. Wow keep your lips off your her and don't be cuddling up to know live mink either. The virus has mutated and mink. Mutated virus has spread to humans. Said the prime minister of denmark so. I didn't think. Kobe was going back and forth between animals and humans. Quite that way i mean i remember the tiger got one mizzou in that sort of stuff and it came from a back but This this is a serious story from a fairly serious news outlet. Well yeah completely serious news outlet and i have a feeling you'll be hearing more about this plan. Good because remember. There was one dog in the country that died from it and were fear was against it starts going to pets and back and forth humans. I we'll never stop this. Dr armstrong and getty wrapping up another grueling four hour workday so many people thanks a little time. Good armstrong and getty dot com for a lot of great podcast. If you missed the segment you can download them there. Plus that video of michael Coast is parody of cnn's election night coverage. So funny really funny. Send it to your friends. How was your shift at arby's today. Well i got promoted to cystic vice manager. Something but lost a finger. God bless america. So i did not say shot here for over three hour and fifteen minutes. 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006: Preach

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006: Preach

"Hey everyone at. Thanks be to this. Kobe and this is a special episode for Nate. Ni- with our patriotic community. Were starting to offer her weekly homilies. And if you don't know what a homily is. It's basically a sermon. Every week on our Patriot on page. We're going to be producing being short five. Ten Minute homilies. Somebody US somebody friends somebody people. We haven't even met something. Something is formal and religious as sermon. Camby triggering for folks uncertain about their relationship with Christianity. So we wanted to give you a taste of these. He's homilies to determine if it's worth it for you if it's something you're willing to give a chance again. We wanted to give a low risk opportunity to hear hear what a progressive Christian sermon might sound like and it should be noted that this is not the only form. A progressive homily can take aac as we breathe in the mystery of God in Lean into the creativity in playfulness of the divine mind. These homilies will take many shapes. So if you're still listening and instill willing to test the waters of preaching again we say thank you if you had the courage and trust to play on this episode so even though you knew what a homily was thank you for trusting Nate Ni- for the willingness to step into fragile. Conversation for at least skeptically coming. Back to facet of spirituality that is often misused in mistreated so as we move into our homily for today. I'd love for us to just take a moment Lately I've been feeling ought about prayer just confused about what I think of it particularly and this is coming from from three years of theological education and a lot of time. Spent trying to figure this out. I'm still not sure. So at this point winning my life at this moment prayer to me is just a conscious deep breathing where I recognize the life that moves through me and for attempting to enter a holy space a sacred mindset together. Let's take a couple of breaths as we recognized nine the divine potential within each of us So I've gotten into a habit of taking my puppy Milo. He's ten months old right now gotten into this habit of taking him for a walk basically every day after. I get home from work if you have me on instagram you know Milo He. He's the bomb his mom. Tom Was a healer and we think dad was a Jack Russell which we were aware of when we got him. But Little Milo is Tinier than we An -ticipant but jack beyond belief in every afternoon we start out down the road together and always end up at this cute cute little park less than a mile from our house on these days I get home. Let him into the backyard and I- suit up into some athletic gear and once he comes inside he usually does about three circles around me sits down put his leash on him and we're off and but I noticed something recently as we leave the house. Milos frantic in very suspicious of every single goals. Little thing that we pass. You've seen this before if you're a dog person if you've ever had a dog or just watched them anytime you're on a new path for new route. Your dog needs to sniff everything passes so I call him. I tug him. I encourage him when he stays on track and somehow he remains nervous as we approach the park. We pass this patch of trees and it gets. It's a bit wooded and then it opens up to the clearing and you can see the whole park incite there's a playground with swings and a slide and pavilion million fewer kids birthday parties. And there's this track that runs along the outside perimeter of the park so ads we leave the wooded area in the clearing opens up Milo's ears every time without fail perk back he gets it's the sweetest little trodden his step and he gets up ahead of me and makes the turn off the sidewalk into the park without me guiding him. That is the story of the Bible to me. That's what it's all about were lost. Were confused suspicious. Curious alone worried and terrified sniffing everything we a pass to make sure that we're okay with it and before you know it. The wooded area with trash in strange smells opens up into the all too familiar arms of what we know in love. The Bible is a collection of stories of people in exile. Finding finding their way home perking their ears. Back Im- bolting to the spaces that we know in love. Milo doesn't have to worry Korea once we get to the park. He knows what's going on there. He knows that's our spot that it's A. It's a home for us but one day last week everything was just about the same. We left the house. We were curious and suspicious. We we got to the trees and it opened up to the clearing and we trod into the park like we were home from a big journey and as we did our first lap around the outside of the park there was a family with children on the playground as we approached miles ear stood up alert. And y'all know this cannot be good next thing we know the stock easiest dog I have ever seen is bolting at Milo. I mean like dog on steroids Straw bounding towards US marking aggressively at us. So I for better or for worse. Drop the leash knowing myla's going to need to use his legs to handle this guy. There's no way Milo being being a little bit small could stand up to this document. Huge dog console. I know he's going to have to start running in my was a fast runner and he starts off weaving and running. I start hearing leading out. Whimpers in his tail starts talking as low as possible possible behind his legs in I in standing there unable to control the situation. Just hurting for my little guy. I'm calling for him thinking if I can just get up in my arms I could step in and handle the situation but Milo keeps running. mm-hmm fearful terrified confused alone worried. Finally he sees me Arms out calling for him and he makes it to me and leaps up into my arms in I use my best pivoting skills. Listen to keep this overly aggressive create eighteen injected dog off Milo until the family can come and get him. Milo was totally dazed. Mind Hazy what had just happened him. What happens wins when the place you call home becomes a place where you're attacked an unloved? The place of confusion fear loss terror error. What happens when your home becomes the place of exile? You see what I'm getting at here. You know you know this feeling feeling it might be home and family as you've started to deconstruct has become a place that was once safe. That's now feeling in a little bit like exile might be Church as you've opened up about your identity about your questions. Assuming this place of Home Kansallis was safe. A safe space to be vulnerable. Do what happens when the shelter from the storm the the home that welcomes you out of exile comes your place of exile. It's quick to search for blame at the park with Milo. I was angry. I was mad at myself for not seeing that the family had their dog off leash as Matt family for letting me walk a whole lap around the park and not Li shing their dog that whole time I mean. Surely you have to know. Your dog's temperament went at this point in. Its Age enough to know that this was about to happen. I was worried that Milo would blame me and be upset with me that I took him there. You know. I know that. That's overly dramatic but you have to imagine that ran through Milo's mind. How could my owner ever let this happen to me? I must say we've revisited. The park and I think Milo is recovered from his trauma he still willing to perk those ears and trod on into the parkway arrive but could you blame him if he didn't. Could you blame him if he was hesitant. Sceptical on nervous confused. Suspicious no longer excited to be at this place that he wants thought of as his afternoon home. The Bible is a collection of stories of people in exile finding their way home. Uh but that doesn't mean that Christianity and the Church Mirror that very well that that is certainly my hope for Christianity. But it's not fair to say that we've made it there yet. It is okay to still feel like you're an exile is okay to feel suspicious and confused and scared and lost alone and and when it comes to Christianity but we should always be looking for are opening in the trees something worth boldly trotting into with jewelry. And that's not to say that place is fully safe. It's not to say that one day when you get there. There won't be a stocky dog ready to chase you down but it can be a home home for you on your journey. It can be temporary space. That feels a little bit closer to God names as you find home after home that worked for you in your life. Your Person Hood. I'd encourage all of us start asking. How can I be a better home to other people searching on their way? That is our message for today. As we start to read this contentious book together on Patriae on. How can we be looking for home offering home? Are you in exile right now. And what are you doing about it is someone you know in exile right now and what are you doing about it. What are you doing to give them that? Solace that relief that home from their suspicion confusion and loneliness like Milo L.. Let's be honest about our suspicions and our confusion sniff where you gotTA sniff. But let's not let that stop. Stop us from the opportunities for joy when we find something that works exile in home death and resurrection. These stories can lead US and guide us and we hope they continue new to they have at one point in our lives for the most part. So let's continue along to seek hauling together Thanks for joining us for another episode of thanks be to pod. This has been our first homily. We'll be doing these every week for the folks that are in our patriotic community which you can join by going to patriots dot com slash. Thanks to pod The folks at patriotic this show possible so we wanted to do something special. We'll be back next week with a regular episode But until then this has

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Filmcast EP9 - Bad News by Blake Ridder

The No Budget Filmcast

15:32 min | 7 months ago

Filmcast EP9 - Bad News by Blake Ridder

"A quick introduction to this episode. We do swear quite a few times throughout the episode we also discuss Feminine Hygiene as well as a few Bathroom type jokes that are mixed in with the episode as well so if these subjects make you squeamish or uncomfortable you might WanNa skip this one and listen to another episode. Welcome to the no budget. Indie film cast where we dip into the independent film universe in selective film. So you don't have to. We highlight those little films that you might not have heard of elsewhere. I am your usual host Mile Denison and joining me. This week is Mr Andrew. I was intentionally mispronounced. Your last name for old time sake but then I figured anyone listening to the podcast would know that. So they wouldn't get the joke so Pronounce IT Correctly Androulla J. But if you watched our show on Youtube you would know. It's Andrew Ligi well. You know my name's been butchered since the dawn of time. I'm pretty cool with that. It's not as comfortable and easy as the Walmart named like Milo Donaldson. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's very common name. That Milo Dennison mispronounce his first name. They always say Millo. Mierlo acts in Europe so America. That wouldn't do that now. They think the second letter is in the instead of by. Most Americans know the the phantom toll booths to you'd be surprised many don't or maybe you wouldn't be surprised. How many actually all right. Let's go I'm not joking. Only once in my life when people hear my name usually they say oh like Milo and Otis which is a stupid cat and dog movie from like the eighties or something air or or Michael. J. Fox played you. Yeah or it'll be a milo this They were like oh I was on a trip somewhere in. They had this chocolate drink called. Bilo or something like that. Only once in my entire life have I encountered another person it referenced. The Phantom tollbooth. When I met them a friend of mine his wife was like with you. Well that's okay county you that's too so prior to you. Only one other person did and it was lakes usually The Phantom tollbooth. I love that book a favorite books and I'm like Oh you're the only person that knows my name from that book. No there's lots of people out there that know you man. Maybe all right story over into the movie. So do you want to introduce this one? Since it was are find. Yes sure what was it called? Your film is called Bad News. Bad News that's right. Yeah critter introduced it didn't you you did a good job. Give us a real brief synopsis breach Nelson Art. What Blake's done here is. He's created a film that kind of cumulates Tara with comedy and it kind of draws you into a certain set of cut of misleading pretenses. As you go through the film so Ke- It really kind of captivates you a little bit of humor because you. I think he shows up at this girl's house. She's a prostitute and as the story unfolds. It gets more suspenseful and on top of that a tad bit rows of which. You know accumulates in this dramatic ending but for the most part it is something that. Kinda makes you chuckle along the way so when you said to me of course I'm like Oh yeah watch it and I agree. It does get gross. So there's a bit of why you didn't just agree. You texted me dot movies gross man. That's really gross. But when I asked you said Milo but it's a good film you were like yeah I guess it is. Yeah that's enough. That's an enthusiastic recommendation is I think it should be. That's why I'm kind of like standing up for it. I think it's I think what he's done here is he's created a really good film. It's a really good short snippet. That tells a good story line and really kind of chuckling. Laugh and get a little grossed out. Yeah he does. I agree with the A. I've been involved in plenty of short film. Productions and a flaw in a lot of short films is people. Try To make him too complicated and too much going on or too many locations. You can't do that on a short film. The best short films usually work. If they're you know maybe one or two locations very small cast is very simple stories. And you're right on that aspect. He does very well on this. The my main problem with it is it involves a feminine hygiene monthly thing that should never be discussed and as far as anyone should know doesn't exist. It's that time when when women should just get on an airplane and go somewhere and come back a week later in their at their aunt's House Milo Milo. I just wanted to take this moment in the show. The point out that the points of views expressed in this episode are not necessarily the points of view helped by all participants at the I am too. I mean like without misogynistic attitude. I could take a spin off into all sorts of things that happened this week. Speaking of little short films did you see that little short commercial type of thing. That was You know be a lady that's That was very poignant in captivating. And that's something that you know. I think that aspect of feminism I whole close to my heart so this reference to hygiene without like offering a spoiler alert. I think it's You know I think it's something that you derogatory like it happens. It is whether this you know. I don't WanNa talk about me going to the bathroom and taking shit either. That's one of those things that happens in private doesn't need to be discussed. It's Kinda the same thing But there's been some great scenes in movies that evolved shit jokes. I mean come on. You know like there's this whole shows that are shit smell that's true so yes so so if you're like so here. I'm squeamish on any on on a lot of things so even lake giving blood. I'm squeamish on that like I could never be a doctor I so I. I fully acknowledge just out we. You are used to seeing gross disgusting things and I'm not and I couldn't be in a fully acknowledged that as an aspect of who I am. What you're saying is is your pussy in certain situations. Absolutely what the fuck man to man. You're going to be part of this show really. It's more I'm a Dick not a Pussy Pussy. I'd be moral fair enough fair enough so me. It's like spoiler alert and just actually talking about it. I just want to say that okay so Milos referencing near is he's referencing that. Unfortunately in this scene with the fortune tower she directs him but she too is unfortunately mistaken direction that he has to drink her menstrual blood and it is such a nice twist though you have to admit it was a great twist to the story you know. I was sitting there going watching. Like is she foolish. Shit fucked me she doing. That's fucking crazy. Like him actually like sinking his teeth into it. You know like where he was about to like an army literally his teeth and whatever lead clot. He was drinking but for the most part. Yeah it was pretty pretty gross to see that whole thing kind of lay out and out. I think that it was really unique and funny though in that sense. I can't argue with you on that but absolutely true. I mean come on. Did you not think she was a prostitute when he first walked in yet? That's totally way. You got out of the conversation clearly. That's what he was setting up to kind of. Throw that whole That she's a psychic kind of twist in there So now that we've ruined it for anyone listening as opposed to link we. We did say spoiler alert. At that moment. You had every opportunity to shut us off to us Yeah I think that like the way he kind of takes you through the first introduction part even makes him say that he's a virgin which he's not which is integral to the storyline for the whole like curse to be undone or whatever Or a even love the fact that he accuses her. And really in the end technically. She didn't kill him away. So it's very I think it's very well done like you said it's really about just that kind of one location one the really small storyline that pans out quite quickly like that. And it's really it's good. It really is. I mean like you could easily like go off and create films like that if you really stick to that kind of core premise. I mean look you could jump right from the tangent there at the same you can easily make a film. That's a short snippet about a interaction with a prostitute. Fifty minutes like that. That's that's something that like. You have to sit and work with the writing and everything and I think what Mr Ritter is done. Is these really written something quite well? It's nice next to say I I feel like he's GonNa go places. Yeah it is it is definitely a. I know. We have a lot of Nobody filmmakers listen to our show. I think as a lesson in short filmmaking. This is definitely a watch for that. Very reason that that he to not overcomplicate your short films there. Absolutely and he's he's done quite a few shorts. I looked up on IMDB and apparently he just released one called Corona Virus. So so apparently he's pretty good at picking up on the on the Zeitgeist as well so I think he might go classes. He's He's produced a few different. Movies has yeah all shorts though so he's written produced directed or written directed and starred in a series of shorts located. I think he's a UK based according to campus. But Yeah so props on picking up on the current virus credit there right. I mean no time like the present All right so you liked it. I was a little iffy if you had to walk on your loved it Milo. I Will Never Watch. That is for sure. You just don't feel it. I just WANNA throw in a shameless plug right now. Everybody should be watching mythic quest beggars banquet. Thank you very much have a good night. Zenit. Tv show. I've never heard of that. It is a TV show and it is brilliantly written. Okay all right well this is not a TV show podcast. It's a shameless. Plug is whether it is okay out of five stars If you had to rate it out of five stars what would you give it Five being good. Why being you got. Yeah in a previous. Coho gave a film point five star rating which. I'm Kinda beginning against yeah. I don't think you should go lower one. But anyways he gave wants to one point five. I'll give it a five. I think for what it's purposes and it's it's very well done. Yeah I'M GONNA go three. I probably I could even almost go but I'm GONNA go three because I do think it is a lesson in filmmaking. I JUST WANNA speak on behalf of Mr Ritter and all of us fans out there. This twitter that we hope that corona virus how stumbled by your direction. It will absolutely not perfect. I guarantee you will not get it. I'm glad this is a pod. Jack You WanNa avoid pandemic stay home. Threes threes good rating. I don't think three's a bad rating I twos in one sir. When you're getting into bed I don't understand why you're not gonNa for what it is. Would you like a a four star? I could maybe now. I gotTA stick with three. I'm sorry why because as we established as yeah all three of those stars are lessons in filmmaking in that's why people watch but but since its subject matter that should never be discussed but Lucinschi's tons perfect in other news this week mad might Mr flatter through went down to the earth pancake but unfortunately today shy of actual pack there. I saw that actually so flatter got pulled down to Earth and died. This episode will be going out well after this piece of news happens. Yeah I was. I was kind of like I kind of felt bad for him. You know in a small wise because as I was watching it I was like well. The rocket didn't actually make it into the stratosphere that he could actually see the conference of the globe that he would've actually gotten the impression that the earth is not so in his last moments he really just had a good height view and that was it unless he suffered intense steam burns on the whole. We don't know but Yeah I thought it was. It was interesting that yet. Another human life has gone as a result the stupidity. But but that's you know it though. Are we observe all Darwinism? Darwin is? I don't know that's a completely different subjects. Not for the show before evolving not down the road from Taus his actual house where he lived now. Let's go can you do Tour is like a tour site. Your the check it out next time neighborhood. Thanks for joining us as always if you're listening be sure to give us a positive rating on whatever podcast platform. You're listening on and tell your friends about the fantastic nece that is this show and with that we will see next time.

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Snoop Dogg, Milo Ventimiglia

Ellen on the Go

41:24 min | 1 year ago

Snoop Dogg, Milo Ventimiglia

"Hi, it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening. Welcome to episode. Seventy three of Ellen on the go on today's episode snoop Dogg, talks about his love of Martha Stewart and his love of Twitter. I guess so the show. Ellen attempts to explain the end of game of thrones and Milo Ventimiglia helps us play million dollar Milo. Wow, I'm Ed glavin Andy last ner. Mary Connolly, Kevin alien the second, and it's time to pay off our big cliffhanger, last show. Listen. We asked Kevin Leman, what he did last Sunday from noon to five right? Most people are doing Sunday stuff, right? I did Sunday stuff, whatever Sunday church, but certainly was a beautiful day. So you are outside -absolutely. Kevin, what did you do from noon to five explain what happened for you? Well, there's a little place. I like right next to the church, I go to called San Manuel Indian casino. Yes. Amari out there for church on Sunday. Right. I decided to swing by to play one of my favorite slots called dragon link. Okay. So you in a bunch of your friends decided to go what like many of my habits have to do this alone. Okay. You go alone. I go alone because otherwise people like I understand that I gamble like not normal people otherwise like to move on to a different recycling was paying out. Let's go over here, then you to have a method I like to sit there until I really feel like we're done, and you don't wanna feel like someone's waiting for you to go. So it's like other things other things that Kevin likes to massage alone. He likes to massage. So here's my question. So on, on a day like that you go to the and you take out two hundred dollars three hundred. No, I take a bit more than that. But you, you you're not going to the lot of expenses in my life. Right. I don't care about brands or clothes. Really? That's evident. I know quick question where in your houses to save? I'm not telling. Okay, so you go took a good chunk of change. Okay. Gambled a little so lucky to not have kids go ahead within the first ten minutes. I had probably one two thousand dollars when you hear this kid, what happens then is you get in the car, and drive home. See see that's where your brain is smarter because a lot of times than I would have won when the times I end up leaving down. But my brain says will now this is their money. I'm playing with. Yes. So I can use this two thousand dollars to keep going instantly. Go. This is I've captured this money. This is lightning in a bottle. Never feels like my money and time in my car. Okay. So now you've put your money away and see. That's a very important distinction. Yeah. So now you're playing with two thousand dollars of the casinos money. How many how much per pull of the slot machine fifty dollars a spin. Which is three credits. Isn't it? One hundred the total all in fifty dollars fifty dollars. Okay. Got it. So bad day, does that do anything to your heart? Like when you do that, you're, you're you become immune to what that feels like. No, my heart slows down. If I have less than that. It's boring. Got it and remember he's now playing with casino, money, two thousand bucks. Fifty bucks a spin. How many spins is that not that may sporty? So very quickly after that. I say the name of the game, you're playing dragon link dragging, like okay. Get the bonus at in this bonus. You have to have six of these medallions on your screen to trigger. All the medallions have a dollar amount on them, and we are paying dollar machines. Like I am the lowest didn't get as fifty dollars. So let me be clear, this, you're, this is what the casinos money casinos money, and I get the bonus. I get the six coins. All of them are fifties, and you get three spins to get as many more coins you can. Okay. So I'm spending my one all good. I got two more fifties on the second spin, I think it was a twelve thousand dollar coin drops into my screen, and I was like, and you already know, like you get all the money that adds up to say, you know, you're now. Thirteen thirteen thousand dollars thousand dollars thirteen thousand dollars on your second spin okay of the bonus. Okay. So they come bells go off once the thing is done, and they pay me out thirteen thousand dollars cash, and they walk you to your car. Oh, no, no, no. I stay shuttle. Game sweat shirt that says get lucky tonight on the backs like oh, you are lucky. You're lucky during the day to oh, God. So now you have thirteen thousand in cash, and my original investment, money, and the casinos might from the first few got it, do you text anybody at this point, I was texting my fiance, Kris. Okay. And saying, saying baby, we just paid for one of the casinos for our wedding 'cause we're getting this place of Mexico bunch of casinos, and we'd like family. Got it. So then I'm all right. Come home. He likes so then I play, I'm going to make this faster. I play. Oh, I love it. And it was so weird. The exact same thing happened on a different machine. Still dragging link different machine. I got the same bonus. The coins were almost in the exact same place at another twelve thousand five hundred coin drops into my screen on little was like, what is happening. So you've at the moment you've already won thirteen thousand dollars. Not including two grand that you wanted to start your playing with that money. How many spins after you won the thirteen thousand dollars? Honestly, maybe eight to ten okay on a new machine when you get paid out late now machine I moved machines after I always spent a couple of times after jackpot in a move after jackpot is a good idea. If if it's small jackpots. Yeah. Again, fifteen hundred the two thousand and five thousand all before I hit the thirteen this is that he doesn't even talk about because it's small doesn't. He skips thousand dollar pay as if it's not with a hold on. Right. So you've now on thirteen thousand so you're like at fifteen thousand plus you now win another how much fourteen that was right around fourteen. Right. So fourteen do the math for me. Mary fourteen. Well, thirteen and fourteen twenty twenty seven twenty seven to nine thousand two thousand nine thousand so then you're not done last detail about this game. It's this is this paid in hundreds. Yeah. How do you fit that in your pocket? How thick why talk my sweatshirt on with the pouch? So my pouch was full of cash, and I could tell sticking out and I was getting a little nervous. Oh my God. I know. So put any of the money down your pants should because Lord knows you have a lot of twenty twenty nine twenty nine thousand dollars in your pockets. What do you do? So I play another drag. Link now people around you. Yes. Well, luckily, it takes a long time to get the cash from the time you hit the jackpot for the time to bring the cash. So a lot of people gather around when they hear the bells and whistles, then they come reset the machine. So then it'll dispersal a bit. But then you get a new crowd when they start paying you out. And they see how much it is. Okay. But in feel safe. No, but there's a lot of cameras. So at least they'll know who killed me. So far. There's like I think for a there's ten total dragon links the salmon. Well, so I go play one more. They're popular. So one opened up, and I went and played that one. I'm playing next to the sweetest little eighty. And I was like I've never seen someone fill their whole screen with coins because if you do that, you get what's called the grand jackpot, which is a progressive that keeps adding throughout the day at this point in the day, it was up to fourteen thousand nine hundred and I told the sweet little lady, I'm like I've had so much luck. I'm giving you all my luck. I've never seen someone all the coins, I wanna see you get them and she's like, okay, I'll show you in the new show me a deal. So we're playing playing playing all of a sudden I get the bonus again. Believable, I guess six coins yet the same six that triggered the bonus. I do my three spins that was nothing. I mean, that means what that means five hundred fifty bucks. That's hundred fifty dollars or something just nuts. Yeah. So I keep playing sure enough hit the bonus. Again. I get the six coins. But then it started dropping in seven not ten long story short, all fifteen fill up with coins, which hits the grand jackpot, along with all the money that was added up so that came out to seventeen thousand some. Oh my God. You mind. If we pay with a check this time, I'm like, no, please. Give me a check. You are literally taking all their cash, they had it. And Tracy, I cleared fifty thousand dollars that morning. And I almost died hidden camera. Now, your dad, who we all love likes to gamble. He call him and tell him what happened. No, I have not told him that yet. Well, listen to the podcast, right? Yeah. He'll here the. You know what as a smart person, I can tell you. That listening makes a smarter more connected people. It makes us better partners. Parents leaders and there's no better place to start listening than audible. Audible is where so many inspiring voices and compelling stories. 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And here's a great offer that Kevin wants to tell you about. You can start listing with a thirty day. Audible trial of your first audiobook plus to audible originals for free. You can visit audible dot com slash Ellen or text Ellen to five hundred five hundred that's audible dot com slash E. L. L E, N or text. E. L. L. E N to five hundred five hundred. Is your thinking how I'm gonna spend it or there's people that appreciate slot machines? I'm excited tell and those people otherwise it just sounds kind of crazy. It's so Kevin Leman. Is he? Kevin leman. Day from noon to five. Yup. One fifty thousand dollars in cash that he then takes home with him salmon will today, actually when I asked me about this to invite you the said we have two great tickets to LA soccer game if you'd like to go on congratulations on your last jackpot. They go there. You have to go sign for the tickets at 'em. And well. Yeah, exactly. That's now is there a hotel there? Can you say this brand new one he's a beautiful? We should ask for an ad. Yeah, it was like we're doing an infomercial. We have anything to talk about on our show. Isn't that I want? Yeah. It's, it's. Let's Andy, what's the most, you think you've ever wanted most I've ever won will not on a slot machine? The most I've ever won was playing blackjack the most I've ever left a casino up was like seven or eight thousand dollars. Really having started with only like five hundred I had a run with blackjack in Vegas. I don't know how many years ago that was there for one of the kings games when they used to do. Yeah. Games in Vegas for preseason and I and I hit that's amazing. Yeah. I like going to. I like gambling. I never it never is. Yeah. You've usually. In a few hundred. Yeah, I take some money and I play with that money throughout the evening. And I go up, I go down, and like, in nights of entertainment, what an eighty. Eighty maybe twelve hundred fifteen hundred. Gives me when I was in college, I would literally take a bus to at NYU I would take a bus to Atlantic City, and I would go through all my money to the point where I had no more money left to my name, except for the bus ticket back and then walked from port. It's already down. I keep thinking now when I have a little bit of money, I having Zayed's when I'm playing like, you know, a twenty five dollar hand. It's weird playing back then blackjack. Wow, occasionally, I would do. I never did slot ever until I met you. I didn't really do slots, Julie likes playing slots. And I do play slots. And when I play slots, I really think this next spin could change my life. A really fun special weekend for my mom used to be my dad would take her to Atlantic City for two nights, and she would get like a couple in Nichols. And she play the nickels lots. Oh my gosh. Oh, I used to love when they would choose four foot eleven white hair with a Winston sticking out of her mouth the whole weekend. That's okay. Remember the Cup stack. And it made her very happy. Never knew one or not. I almost don't know if she, you know, she always wanted to win, because we were always broke, but, but she loved it made her very happy. That's all she plays very relaxing. Like when I had, though, it's me at work, I need to just go go gamble. That's relaxing to you. Oh, yeah. So relaxing. So I think. Relaxed by you know, juggling swertz. It's not relaxing immoral of the story is don't have kids, and then you can gamble money. I actually think it's I actually think it does, relax me. I don't when I go to Vegas, it makes me happy to gamble, even if I if I bring two thousand dollars and lose two thousand dollars. I'm okay with it. Like, I'm I don't expect to win with loose. I just think that you've always been very good about the thing is, I'm okay with losing. And I generally lose Kevin is okay with losing any generally actually wins. I do think there's something to, like, there are people who are lucky. Yeah. And Kevin is one of those people winning what here's willing to gamble a lot, which, and here's the thing, Kevin doesn't always win. No, it's, it's important that doesn't always win. But the thing that is impressive of about about Kevin is that when he loses it doesn't seem to ruin his week, right? He, he sloughs he seems to win more than anyone I've ever known who gambles we. But do. To trip. We do we do need and just. About gambling, anybody, questioning this. We all went to Vegas with Kevin once. Yes. To watch him gamble. Yes. While we were there. We didn't come to watch, but we had some time to gamble. We watched him. Yeah. And he stuff this pockets with cash and Dame over this. We have seen this insane and it is important to note that he doesn't always without is Greg. And I'll just say this. I, I, I am certain at some point in my life. I'm going to win a huge jackpot. I'm sure it will. Sure, we'll see. But it hasn't happened yet. That's what happens to me. When I just think we'll my life could chain anytime. I don't go to a gas station and put gas in my car without going into buying a lottery ticket. I just do it because I, I can't I know I'm going to win, but I can't win if I don't play just gotta be in it to win it. Replace to stay in Vegas go a Caesar's as listeners to this podcast. You can win two nights at Caesar's I think we have those right we do. Let's say we do, do you could win two nights at Caesar's palace. I mean it's a fricken palace. It's right there in the name of by simply doing our new contests were doing. Just what Kevin Mary's loose. Lots lamar. Summer. You're going to win the jackpot. When you go to Caesar's palace, just like she knows she's gonna win each Ben. So simply hashtag, hashtag Mary's loose slut summer. Yup. And tag, three people that you don't think of listened to the podcast and tell them to listen to the podcast. Mary's slots loose loose loose. Lots Mary's loose slots. Summer hashtag right now. We're. Search all the hashtags that say. Caesar's but Andy as a New Yorker, you will, you'll know this. Yeah that over the cabs. They used to be signs always, for Bally's that would say Bally's are slots. That's right. Bally's slots valleys are slots Bally's are slots. And when you when you'd call Bally's because we stayed there once the Letterman show that say have lucky day. Snoop Dogg was on the show this week dog was on the show. He's always fantastic. He's always has not on our show a lot. No. It's safe to say. He is always high when he doesn't, and they put him in addressing room. Our towns apartment put snoop in addressing room. That is connected. That shares a wall with Ellen dressing adjacent. Yep. And to hear Ellen talk about the contact high of being next. Snoop cracked me up. She's like here in California, so he walked free. You kidding. When you love him. And Martha on game says are yes. Yes, I don't think anything would happen quickly. Mary, do they listen to the podcast, Martha. You know they. You know they they're new to the podcast. They're new to it so far, what we know is confirmed, as we have portioned Rossi. We have home hangs if Rita Wilson definitely listen. They definitely definitely listen and welcome snoop on Martha and well, welcome to quit clips of snoop. One clip is snoop talking about Martha Stewart, and how they met and how they have this unlikely friendship. So we'll play that here. Listen to that. Oh my God. I have I had your cooking book now. That's fantastic. Thank you so much. Now is their pot involved in all of these things. No, actually, there are no recipes that have marijuana infuse. No, no. I wanted to keep it clean. Just my first book. I wanted to keep it clean on my next book he'll probably do that. Yeah. You, you busier. I mean, could you imagine when you started out that your career would would not only last this long, but all the different areas that you would go into our of always been like like the class clown ever since I was a kid. So I was able to try different things I was able to, to be different and not be afraid to, to, you know, go out on a limb and just put my career put my life just put everything out there. And that people noted I don't care about what you feel care about what I feel sometimes feeling good is me express myself in different ways in different avenues, and you've done that in so many different avenues now. You're acting right? Oh, you have trying to bang on screen sometime. You did law and order. And then you did a movie. And then what do you like better movies or TV think probably TV faster faster? Yes. And you can mess up. More tv. Well, you also, I mean, we'll Martha Martha fantastic together that is such a great idea, how that came about and how I didn't think of it, I mad. You must have so much fun. I mean that's like just a joy to do that. Martha stewart. She, she is just a joy to be around and I mean you wouldn't think that when you think of snow dog off the top, but as dog grows until he becomes it's just a perfect matches. Holy matrimony and holy matrimony at the same time. How did this nuke dog? Meet the Martha. Well, we, we had a relationship based off me coming on her show once on a time, and I was cooking some brownies around Christmas. And then that's on to us doing some Justin, Justin Bieber his roast. And when we did his role, she happened to sit right next. She got a second hand smoke. Currently make contact. We started, you know, connecting the connecting, you know, we started talking chopping enough and before, you know, we was on screen to go. Yeah. Because that's what you'll hadn't come and you both enjoy that right? I mean, she enjoys gardening. And, you know, all that, vegetation, other way. Now, the other clip is Ellen asking snoop if he is currently high during the internet, that was so funny, and I found this highly amusing look what he did their congratulations on your, your star on the walk of fame. That was fantastic. Out. Let's talk about your speech. Did you work on that it was? I remind everybody who you think. The speech was it was a moment. I didn't really have time to come up with none. Because I felt like the people that was there that were instrumental in my life, I wanted to speak to them. And then I wanted to speak to myself, because I felt like I was the one that did most of the work, and I was the one that, you know, that had to go out on the line and do it and make it happen. So I wanna give myself some credit because a lot of times we feel to, to give ourselves a Pat, on the back and I wanted to take that moment to thank myself for doing all of the work that idea to get to that point had you not. Thank you before. Never that was the first time you always think anyone else. It's true. Now were you high? When you did that. I'm pretty sure I was. When are you not high, like are you high now? Actually. Your bathroom is a nice hot bots area. I actually shot footage on my Instagram that you'll be able to look at later. Okay. I have to tell you, your bathroom has a direct pipeline into my dressing room and I was smelling, what was happening in their snoop is here for sure. I just wanted to let you. Yeah, I know. All right. Now you have to go watch DVR because we also play a game with snoop. Oh, my comedy producer Joel was playing the role of target and he'd pop up behind some, like stationary targets and snoop. Once he found out there was a person MAC there, who's like laser focus just drilling jolt head locate. So the tour Joel. And he hit Joel's head on the five times, six. Yeah. I also thoroughly enjoyed when snoop walked out. He gave Ellen a copy of his cookbook. Now Ellen does not cook. And so I know there, you know how, you know, Ellen doesn't cook when she describes the book as cooking book. We're, we're gonna need to you'll hear beef at home. There. Mary sent the F word. Starting. Start over marrying. No. Tom Hanks listening dog tours apart. Well. I know sometimes we make it sound like it's all like rainbows cupcakes working here. But there is one permanent. Now, I will say is a delight to every single person and makes everyday better. Thank you know, not Andy. Twitch twitch. Yes. Was it to watch him go from like against DJ, every once in a while to our full-time DJ to then tastic? He gets the frigate hosts the show. Jamie. So happy for job. It was really fun. Helping him. Do that, that day. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was great. I thought it a great job. And so appreciative of the whole thing I got him a gift for hosting. You didn't got him a cooking book. Oh, really? He did great twitch. He was really fun. And he had we had our lead guests with twitch was Coon, all their. Oh, we're talking about the big bang theory finale. He's like a neighbor here. Sort of on the lot. He's friends with Dave, Dave McGuire day Maguire on the podcast. Out of executives. He's worn this executive, he's hard to pin down a lot of stuff, but we'll have them here soon enough, he's a listener. Maybe if we do it live from lakeside. Here's a little taste of how well twisted when he hosted. Wow. Thank you. What's up man? Thanks for being here. Thank you so much absolute. I need to say thank you for being my first, like celebrity interview. No. And congrats on the finale of the big bang much or should I be saying, I'm sorry. Like how, how are you feeling? I'm, I'm hungover. Drank my weight into kilo last night. So no, I am exhausted. We showed on Tuesday, and then last night yesterday in the morning, we gotta hands imprinted in front of the Chinese grummin Neo. I don't know. I don't think there's any would in any language ever written that could describe what I'm feeling of eating all of it. I'm feeling sad. I'm feeling exhilerated. I'm feeling tired. I'm emotionally. I'm cried out laughed out all of it. So probably a little overwhelmed. But I couldn't miss this. I'm so happy to see you. I'm like suggesting like you and your dressing like me exactly what we were going to do. That's what is. But then you let you. But listen with all that emotion. You made you made history, you know, you guys are the longest running sitcom twelve seasons. Two hundred seventy nine episodes. Got to know how was that final Tapie the final taping I had held it together pretty much like pretty well. But then the in the last scene that I was shooting the added a joke, and I said it and I thought I would get another Johnson because we shoot most stakes twice, but no, I got it. And then they said, all right. Moving on. And that was the last words, I was going to say his character so as I was walking up to my dressing room with every step, the realization that those were the last words, I would ever see as Raj began to really sink in and, and I, I mean, I cried I cried a lot. It was cathartic it was nice actually, I'm much of a crier. So it felt really wonderful to cry. But yeah, it was. You know, I'm really gonna miss playing him because it was nice to show up every day and character. That was so pure and so innocent and hopeful. And I think that, that's pretty rare these days. So it's really wonderful. You know, who also is just always a great sport for us and the audience love seeing him, every time he shows up. How del thank you. Howie Mandel true. Yes. And of course Sean Hayes. Yes. David Spade, of course. But today, I'm talking about my love intimately. I love came for a Sweden. Yeah. And we sort of tortured him, we Ellen through water balloons, Adam. You just get the sense if you were gonna help, then you need someone to help you Milo Ventimiglia would be right. He on the side of the road. And that's how I picture, he surprisingly, not a fan of the podcast. No. The graphic says it says million dollar Milo me low Milo, it says my low who's Milo on Marlow. About red nose day. You went to Africa with red nose. I did I went to Africa to red nose day to see some kids living some pretty challenging places. But then I was also very inspired to see the great work that red nose day, does for these kids and the challenging lives of their living. That's wonderful. Well, okay, we we're about to do million. Dollar may, we'll do million dollar Milo. We'll raise the money for a red nose day. Also. All right. We should tell the story of how things don't always go right on our show evidence. The live shot that we had today in the great city of Houston. Oh, yeah. We played a baseball tossing game. Yeah. Well, we did what we call a Twitter hit Twitter has playhouse Twitter hit works. We send out tweets telling fans in one specific area to show up, there usually wearing a costume of some sort. And then we'll play a big game with a lot of them narrow down throughout the hour. Slowly building to the exciting climax right before we have to say goodbye, and that for man with a big price. We started early in the show. Yep. And we finish it later later in the show. And so we account for that game taking several acts of our show, several segments. Right. And a lot of time. Yes. And a lot of time so today we do a Houston. Yes. At the Houston Astros stadium wretches. In Houston, Houston. I guess probably on a on a game day, Kevin's a big baller. Big baller? So it was exciting. Yeah. We had an amazing price, and we also have this insane pitcher this. Justin came series winner through almost threw eight innings of one hit baseball just the other day. And we had a car to give away we have ten people. Yeah. All they have to do is throw a ball into a little hole. Right. And so the point of big hole, actually. Feet away. Not that far you would think child of five could get the ball. All right. When our heads right? We're going to play a lot around this game. You get the ball any make it through the next round. Like first round figure six people are gonna get probably right. And then six four five, and so that if we keep playing it later in the show, we'll just have three people. Right. So Jeannie, Jeannie? I love genie's bright. But she why we love her. She, here's someone who is not Brian guest has become sort of a regular show. Happy paste. And we put her on camera to show people, you can do people anything's possible with the Ellen show. For genie. Luckily, literally, an angel from heaven, I love her. Gina Saint, and Jeannie, really is, she would forgive us our sins this conversation. Yeah. She's she's like good for us. She makes us better people. Yes. So she lines up all the people person number we have ten percent. One misses by a long shot. Yeah. I number two nowhere near the whole. All right. Next next. One's bound God. Oh my gosh. Here. Come's hits the backboard and note does bounces out. Yup. Four. Same thing. No five. Don't think it may all the way to the whole grounder six no seven way over the fence nowhere to the whole eight same nine no, no. I'm the whole. Now this puts us in a pickle. We are expecting multiple people to get the ball through the whole so that we have another round. Right. So what we can't have happen is have the last person. Only one person, get the ball in the hole in the first act of the show. We can't have that would give them a car for literally tossing. One ball into a hole. Even even by our standards are very loose stand. She was twelve years old. So this woman comes up there with their ball. Yep. Yep. Big smile. Didn't look like she's going to hit it winds up kind of throws it, right. Into the whole, right? She goes crazy. She goes so I'm in the control room. She they're all jumping up and down at the live shot. You guys are looking at cameras like. What does that what does what does that mean and I turned to Kevin and Kevin goes? She, she just won the car. I knew instantly she'd won the car and, yes, Mary goes. She just wanted to car car and their silence on the headset. There's never silence on the headset. It was gray area. That there were silence on the headset. Yes, she won the car. Oh, yeah. And Ellen looks at us. Those, what are we going to do? Now. I go well, we're gonna figure that. Scramble England was so excited. She was so thrilled to it was amazing. And then the nine Sharon she was forty one years old. Sharon from Houston, is now, the owner of a beautiful red Chevy blazer, so the nine other people who missed then storm her giant group. Oh my. That was really. Your DVR to see how all the pantheon played out, but those in Ed rallies with are awesome integrations team. I think Stephanie was point on this one yet and she makes them calls, and they're like, all right. We're fine for the next act Chevy said, give ten thousand dollars to someone else who can get in the hole. So we keep the other nine we wait and that none of this is planned at the top of the show is not. Yeah. So that woman winning the car, Sharon winning the car in the first act costs us and Chevy another ten grand. But the show must go on. So, and there was just it was. So it was really fun. They practiced for throughout the whole show, when it came time for that act, two of the nine right? Got the ball in. And then they went back and forth for a couple of rounds. And then one person, one time, sandy, we have this, awesome writer here name, Adam. Yes. Who can make very smart parallels in the universe. And he pitches idea to Ellen and she was on board. And it's one of my monologues we've done in quite some time. Yeah. But he laid out a path L in defined where there's parallels between the Mola report. Avengers. Endgame, and the end of game of thrones. Yes and only Adam could only adamant Ellen can do this is exactly what happens. It's wednesday. I think it's safe to talk about this by now. How many of you watched the finale of game of thrones? How many of you never seen game with thrown? I'm sure you've told everyone you've never seen it. Those people are so proud. I've never seen it. I actually I loved game of thrones but to be honest, I found it very confusing every single week I would watch with Porsche and sit and say, who's that? Where are they going? Why is he? So naked question but I think I finally figured it out. So I thought I would get the rest of you caught up. So it is set in a place of it's called west rose. Okay. And it looks like Germany or Iceland, but everyone speaks British like so I don't know. I think it's think they're in Europe. And so then there's this girl in named denarius and targe Aaron and she looked Swedish. But her name sounds on media. And so I don't know where she's from. She's from Europe or Glendale, and. He's a strong strong female character kind of like the captain marble, which reminds me the avengers, just ended too. So I should get you caught up on that. So in the last ten or twenty movies, Thanos stole the Infinity stones and now the only way to get them back as time travel, which could bring the characters back from the dead. And then game of thrones the characters also come back from the dead, but it's not because of time travel, it's white walkers, and although denarius had a lot from Starbucks. So there is time travel. Anyway. On the north side of west rose is a giant wall, like the one that Trump wants to build which reminds me Mullah report also ended. So I should get you caught up on that in the motorsport. They found that the foreign ruler tried to infiltrate a country while our leader was hiding affair. So it's like game of thrones except there's nudity and game of thrones and not in the adventures or the mole report. But there is a porn star named stormy Daniels. Not to be confused with storm born which is another name for the nearest Kardashian, so game of thrones all comes down to storm born Peter Dinka JR. Who is also in the avengers movie, but not the mole report. Although there were some parts that were dactyl so could be a part of the motor report. And we don't know that yet I think that explains everything tune in tomorrow, when I try to explain detective Pichu. That was a very funny model guy. Enjoyed that very much. So we've received some comments about our first ever video podcast. 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An American In Paris (1951)

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An American In Paris (1951)

"I'm max baril and this is classic movie musts where every week we break down a classic movie while looking to provide artistic insight and historical context at the very least. We'll talk about what makes these movies classics. Classic movie must releases every friday ready to complement your weekend. Movie viewing plans. Thank you for joining me this week. As we discuss an american in paris we are going to get into vincent minnelli's relationship with the studio system in our feature presentation. We've got all the usual goodies in our buzz from the back. Lot segment mud first. Let's get into this week's opening credits are film. This week is an american in paris which was directed by vincent minnelli and was released in nineteen fifty one an american in paris stars gene. Kelly and leslie caron. American world war two veteran gerry. Mulligan is an exuberant ex patriots. In paris trying to make a reputation as a painter his friend and neighbor adam cook is a struggling concert pianist and longtime associate of a french singer. Rebe at the ground floor bar on retails at about his culture girlfriend lease jerry joins them later before going out to sell his art a lonely society woman and rs. Milo roberts fines jerry displaying his paintings and takes an interest in him and his art. She brings him to her apartment to pay for his works and invites into a dinner party. She's throwing later that night after singing with french children on the way home. Jerry goes up to miles apartment. He quickly finds out that the party is actually a one on one date and tells milo that he has no interest in being a paid escort when he attempts to leave after giving her money back. She insists that she is only interested in his art. Go to a crowded bar and milo offers to sponsor an art show for jerry as a friendly gesture. Some of my close friends arrive and while sitting with them. Jerry sees seated with friends at the next table and is instantly smitten. He ignores my and her acquaintances and instead pretends to know lease already and dances with her. She is standoffish and gives jerry a wrong phone number but is innocently corrected by someone at her table. Milo is upset by jerry's behavior and suddenly decides to home on their way home. She tells jerry that he was very rude. Cavorting with the girl that she does not know while in her presence. Tired of mileage tries to get out of the car and bids her farewell the next day. Jerry calls lease at her work but she tells him never to call her again jerry mile meet at a cafe and she informs him a collector is interested in his paintings and she arranged a showing later that day before going to the showing he goes to the perfumery or at least works and she consents to a late dinner with him. She does not want to be seen eating with him in public but they share a romantic song and dance on the banks of the seine in the shadows of notre dom however she quickly rushes off to meet honoree at his performance. Where on re tells her that he has been asked to go on a tour of america and asked her to marry him. Milo gets jerry an art studio and tells him that she has planned an exhibition for his work in three months. He initially refuses the studio because he does not have the money for it but eventually accepts it under the condition that he paid milo back when his art proceeds allow him roughly a month later and after much courting these abruptly it runs off and jerry arrived taxi at his apartment when jerry complaints to adam adam is shocked to realize that both rian jerry are involved with the same woman. Rem jerry discussed the woman. They each love unaware that she is the same woman that night jerry and lease remain in the same place on the banks of the seine close to notre dom she informs him. She is marrying on re the next day and going to america. These feels a sense of duty to unreal to whom she feels indebted for keeping her safe during world war two. She and jerry proclaim their love for each other. However feeling slighted jerry invites milo to the art students masked ball and kisses her at the raucous party with everyone in black and white costumes. They meet on rian lease and jerry. Finally tells milo about his feelings for lease on re overhears jerry and lise saying goodbye to each other and realizes the truth as on re and drive away. Jerry daydreams about being with lease all over paris. His reverie is broken by a car horn. The sound of honoree bringing lease back to him. An american in paris had a budget of two point. Seven million dollars and it brought in seven million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That would be a budget of just over. Twenty seven million dollars and box office hall of just over seventy million dollars. An american in paris was nominated for eight academy awards winning six. It was nominated for best film. Editing and best director for vincent minnelli. It won the awards for best story. Best cinematography best production design best original music. Best costume design and best picture now. Do you have rhythm because it's time for our feature presentation. Classic movie must is supported by listeners. Like you over on patriotic at patriot dot com slash classic movie. Must we offer you a slew of perks for your support. Not least of which is our to exclusive podcasts. Classic movie must double feature where we talk about more recent movies destined to be thought of as classics right now. We have our most recent episode on drive. We've got episodes coming up on inside. Lewin davis and the master. And then there's also our show max's movie musts which is a top five movie list show where you get my top five movies for all sorts of listener supplied topics. You can also vote in our monthly polls and help decide which movies we discuss on the show. All of those perks are available for just one dollars a month. So please consider supporting the show again over at patriotic dot com slash classic movie. Musts vincent minnelli's authority signature is the product of a juxtaposition between his collaborations in the studio system and his own directory all personality this combination of efforts produces a signature characterized by a lush and daring use of color the seamless fusion of music and camera movement and a decorative scheme that mates the cast with inanimate objects in voluptuous counter points while manelli style can be seen as an epitome of mgm's style it is also unique. It is difficult to distinguish between manelli as an artist. Only apparently at home in hollywood and manelli as one of the most imaginative interpreters of the industry even in the late nineteen fifties. When a steady commitment to one studio had become unusual minelli remained a faithful salaried and gm employee minnelli's signature carries over from the melodramas to his musicals so the one john rep functions as the foil to the other. Hence minnelli's pessimism is latent even under the happy surface of an american in paris. A fairytale musical. He directed the year of his difficult. divorce from. Judy garland vincent minnelli tackled the theme of painting as creativity whether he was directing a melodrama about vincent van gogh going mad or a musical about a mediocre painter. In love with the french girl in an american in paris paintings have positive and negative connotations. It can be reconciled with love. Painting is caught between art and money between the flights of the imagination and the laws of the market furthermore although it enables self expression painting also brings to the surface conflicts of national and sexual identity. Thus minnelli's work bears witness to his reputation as a highly visual director in hollywood while it also points to the opposition that hollywood locates between american masculinity and artistic creativity for manelli. The autour painting means creativity and art whereas for minelli the mgm employees painting means neuroses and an unsettling indulgence in the senses in the image specifically and american in paris turns the city of nineteenth century painters into an anticipation of disneyland. Which would of course only come four years later so that the quintessentially american institution of the theme park contains the staging of french culture there for a span of a dance painting does disclose the creative potential of a self perfectly integrated with an image of its own origins. An american in paris is not a film. Typical of the hollywood musical as a genera. There is a fatal emotional rupture in the plot. Between the black white beaux arts ball and the climactic rainbow wish american in paris ballet despite conventionally happy ending romantic reconciliation between jerry and leaves. The film ends a somber downbeat mood. The emotional rupture occurs when jerry after having lost lease finds himself in the middle of a polychrome. Feast celebrating images of peres in painting in this city of the mind. Jerry dances with lease again while she impersonates the women subjects of famous french paintings the colorful. Ballet sequence contrasts with the black and white forest built by art students for the new year's eve ball there. Jerry sees lee's leaving for america with his rival honoree. Eventually the colors of painting will bring lease back to jerry yet. Once the artists stream is over the two lovers must reunite in a non painter. Lee world the last quarter of the film is uneven and even disconcerting jerry's artistic life is not resolved it is presumed but then what about my low also adam is forgotten about and finally there is problem of the ballet at the end of the film. Which as part of a whole is too ambitious for. Its own good. It throws the entire film out of kilter. We can see how jerry avoids losing himself into painting. Thanks to this love of lease while the happy ending of the french girl distracts us from the difficulty of being an american male painter in paris at the same time from the plot on it is hard to tell whether jerry will continue to paint after marrying lease. The length and energy released by the ballet of the parisian. Canvases is so stunning. That minnelli's film while implying. That only hollywood love can neutralize the unhealthy side of parisian. Art does not completely resolve the rivalry between art and love unbound male creativity and the routine to which marriage leads from the standpoint of hollywood. Painting is a sense. Orioli overloaded time-wasting enterprise that weakens the masculine self and does not fit with a profit oriented society. How then could manelli rely on. Mgm to celebrate art. The final ballet is an energetic demonstration of the technical and financial resources. That engine can command to conjure cinematic dreams with minnelli however the self reflexively typical of musical genre escalates into the fantasy of a market free creativity that soars above the dictates of the industry itself while the ballet bears witness to the economic power of hollywood studio and in doing so support. Milos belief that art is only about marketing and money. Jerry's love painting is so authentic that it longs to flout both the market pressures and the social conventions that regulate the contradictory facets of his identity a male painter and an american in paris eventually the weakness of the happy ending indicates that art cannot win over both love and money. Rather it is love that becomes an ambivalent sign of how much manelli wants to be for art but how much he has to be for money. Children provide a telling lens through which to view minnelli's ballet. They appear in the sequence devoted to russo. As if to remind us that a child loving american could be happier dancing in the landscapes of a painter than among intellectual abstractions furthermore the presence of children reverberate across the whole film as if to underscore the freshness and spontaneity of the american spirit. Children are conventional ingredients of spectacle and plot in fairy musicals. Just think of south pacific. The sound of music all over mary poppins childhood. However is a theme charged with ambivalent connotations. In an american in paris the figure of the child plays a key role by setting up the contradictory terms of minnelli's attitude toward art. Children can find jerry to a hollywood fantasy but they also launch him into a utopian space of creativity at the beginning of the film. Children's voices persuade jerry to snap out of a recovery in front of his self portrait as a serious artist in this case children. Bring jerry back to reality. Instead of surrounding him. In a russo. Ask moment of fantasy. Minelli depict childhood and adolescence as transient states comparable to a creative from which the artist must awaken in order to remain sane jerry's uneasiness with the limit or frame of his painting and manila's difficulty with the boundary between hollywood and becomes most apparent in one specific episode. Jerry is standing in a room full of recently finished canvases for an art show organized by milo with a puzzled expression on his face he holds a frame in one hand and with the other he moves from picture to picture trying to find one. That will fit the frame. The humor of course stems from jerry's failure to understand that the best way to fit frame to a picture is to try many different frames on one single picture yet. This painter who cannot paint who holds a frame he cannot match up with a picture is not simply comic but emblematic. Jerry exemplifies minnelli's peculiar position in hollywood like the protagonist of his film. The director cannot quite set the boundary that are authentic utopian discourse would need to produce a space similar to social reality but also totally move beyond it as a result in manila film. Jerry's frame risks ending up on the wrong picture and the limit keeps shifting minnelli's. La uses music and dance song and painting to stage the possession of jerry's creative soul thus perpetuating the myth that hollywood's utopia an artists hand find his or her true self unable to draw the boundary between dream and reality art in hollywood. Menelik cannot fully revel in painting as creativity to criticize the collective myths that american cinema produces thus the director balances himself right on the border between cinema and painting while holding onto a compromise between these two worlds. This limit bound placement of manelli in hollywood nor in art which reflects his need to keep flourishing in the industry while nourishing himself on painting becomes apparent. Minnelli's character to find that space somewhere between madness authority between the imaginary and the symbolic between one kind of dream and another kind of life is central passion of several of minnelli's protagonists by standing right on the threshold between cinema and painting. Minelli holds onto a precarious position and the anxiety. That comes along with his tight rope. Act plays itself out in an american in paris of film obsessed with finding a temporary space between the demands of the box office and the madness american culture attributes to art between the promise of self realization stored in the ideology of heterosexual love and the boundaries containing the full outbursts of masculine creativity. The inter textual -ality of cinema and painting an american in paris is made of broken frames yet. Frames unbroken frames can be found throughout the fill at the level of narrative structure. The idea of the frame becomes the limit separating the ballet in color from the beaux arts ball in black and white with minnelli every film portrays two types of festivity. One is formal organized and imposed from without an affair that the protagonist must attend resulting in an embarrassment or hurt. The other arises extemporaneously a creation of the protagonist a buoyant and lively occasion. It is as if an invisible barrier were standing between the space of dream and painting and the space of social conformity and marriage. Manelli actualize is the concept of the frame at the level of decor one piece of decor continually crops up in manila musical the window frame and its extension. The balcony ledge beside providing a framed the composition the image crystallizes plot conflict and theme the window frame balcony ledge situated yet opening onto a view perspective or horizon like some warf on the infinite contains the dialectic of imminence transcendence present and future reality and fantasy the climax of the ballet a moment of perfect coincidence between the frame of cinema and the frame of painting the dissolution of one into other rhymes with leases disappearance behind jerry's towering figure during their dance on the fountain by contrast the happy ending of an american in paris is weak because it marks a compromise between art and love set against the beautiful skyline of paris at night when they finally reunite. Jerry wears a black and white outfit while elise is in virginal white. They stand on the same side of long rail and meet halfway along a deep flight of stairs the rail signifies that they can be together because they both stand on the same side of the frame while the barrier between hollywood and art is firmly reestablished. It was the french critics who were first to detect minnelli's a tourist signature yet. They did not fully grasp it's contradictory components. The happy ending of american in paris clearly bears the trace of an inner struggle but it is no unhappy conclusion for jerry does avoid the worst namely marrying the boss's daughter minelli became an tour because while conforming to hollywood's containment of art in the name of love deep down. He never resigned himself to working in an industry so hostile to painting. Minnelli's resistance to the industry is exemplified in the painter. Lee nature of the cinematic style that made him famous and also enhanced. Mgm's reservation in an american in paris. The representative of french art is caught between two extreme versions of the american idol. Eighty a rebellious search for origins and a happy return to the days of childhood. Thus in an american in paris french art goes to america and enables minelli to interrogate himself about his persona as an artist or a tour in relation to the way his own cultural background defines entity. Now it's time for our buzz from the back lot segment and as always it is worth noting that no words are spoken during the last twenty minutes and twenty five seconds of the film. Even though vincent minnelli is credited as the sole director he was sometimes tied up with his divorce from. Judy garland another directing projects leaving gene kelly to take over the directing duties for several scenes especially dance numbers oscar levant more of a pianist than an actor signed onto the film because he was actually a friend of george. Gershwin the seventeen minute dance sequence at the end took over a month to fill an it cost five hundred thousand dollars alone leslie. Caron had suffered from malnutrition during world war two and was not used to the rigorous schedule of filming a movie because she would tire so easily. She was only able to work. Every other day. Much to the annoyance of gene. Kelly alan jay lerner began writing the screenplay in december of nineteen forty nine and finished it in a twelve hour stretch in march of nineteen fifty on the night before his wedding despite the objections of gene kelly who wanted to shoot on location in paris. The movie was shot. Mgm studios in california on forty four sets built for the film. It was reportedly difficult for the studio to secure travel. Arrangements or locations for shooting. Two shots in the picture are from paris but they don't involve kelly. Arthur freed originally just wanted to buy the rights to george gershwin's number and american in paris. But ira gershwin said that. He'd only sell on the condition that if a musical were to use the song it would use only gershwin numbers as its other songs. The ballet sequence was almost cut from the film because the shooting was behind schedule. But mgm studio head dorey sherri stood by. Arthur freed vincent minnelli and gene kelly in withholding the release of the movie. Because he felt the movie wouldn't be effective without it and gm originally wanted maurice chevallier to play the part of honoree but he turned it down because he didn't get the girl in the end and finally this is reportedly gene kelly's favorite of all his musicals. That concludes our on an american in paris. I'd love to hear what you think of this. Classic movie must feel free to tweet at movie must potter email. Classic movie must add. G mail dot com. Thank you to our patriot producers. Eleanor max re pedro orion de jonathan brady and steep scofield remember episodes. 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Valorant racks up the views / 8-bit UNLV Esports co-founder Milo Ocampo

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

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Valorant racks up the views / 8-bit UNLV Esports co-founder Milo Ocampo

"Hair we blew are just wanted to take a second to thank you for listening to this podcast. You know everything. Outside is pretty scary and uncertain. But we're committed to helping you get through your day by talking about the sports teams that you love most. If you're looking for more great podcast distract you check out blue pods dot com. Thanks for listening. Enjoy THE PODCAST. And stay safe. Welcome the land parties from the Las Vegas Review Journal. This episode is brought to you by online. Welcome welcome everybody. Thank you so much for joining us again. I am one of your host Ryan Smith and with me as always is Lucas. Egg in Lucan. How has it been Luke Lucas? How's it been sorry I just wanted to mash or two names together there. I am doing well I had a weekend full of trying to play super smashes Mutsu and that was about as productive as my weekend was how you doing. Sounds like an amazing weekend I know that on smashed. You'd Mu Two's Is Pretty Pretty Beast Ivan? Play that game and a grip but it is. It is a ton of fun My weekend is good. I finally got my desk built that I have been working or I'm sorry. He's been sitting in a box for about six weeks now right before this whole. We're into two five weeks into this lockdown and I finally got around to building it so that was a beast. My Body is sore but the canoe battle station is up. I've got I've got my. Pc APP just got a decent decorating and stuff like that Dude. So it was good other than that. I just I just chilled it rained. We had For those that celebrate Easter. Hope you had a good Easter We did the the Easter egg hunt and all that stuff so good weekend you know I thought for sure you were about to say my body was ready. You're about to go full on. Reggie right there. Nope NOPE is is like a sack of potatoes. Hammerings or any kind of energy now. It's just like oh I'm GonNa fall apart so I feel. We got a great show planned for you guys today. We're GONNA talk a little bit about asserted remake that just came out to a tiny title. That you guys might have heard of We're GONNA talk some velour rating some overwatch hero pools but we're actually going to start with a little bit of a pretty cool online tournament that's going on and allied. Each sports is Putting on a tournament calling the clubhouse now if you're listening to this on Wednesday it's happening today if you're listening to it after Wednesday go back and watch it They've got some Major League baseball players competing with some fortnight professionals in to raise money for charity and Ryan Not only. Does this seem like a fun? Event just to see. Two worlds collide. It's becoming a theme. That were seen in the sports world where you're seeing. Some of these. Traditional sport athletes taking part in sports with some of these professionals while and I think Chris LaPorte. You know he he. I felt like he was spot on as far as with this. And I've been seeing some of his tweets some of the things he's been saying on social and he's really you know again pointing out and we talked about this a little bit before we kind of got into this situation about people being innovative about about gaming having an opportunity To really you know jump even further into the spotlight and we're seeing that now you've got these athletes that should be in either starting to train or you know into the I know baseball season here would have started Here a couple of weeks ago. So these guys these athletes And women are are they. They can't do anything so technically you know. They're out of work as well so I love that. They're taking this time to to dive into this digital space to be able to connect with people and we're seeing cool tournaments like this again. This is You Know Allied East Sports. We know that we have the Hyper Serena out here so we talked to the we had the interviews with the guys last week. I just love the fact that they are you know. This whole group is pushing for creating events and things for people to be able to do stuff to be able to interact with the community. They've got professional east athletes with professional athletes. This is this is a win win. I see You know hopefully they get some decent viewership People are looking to connect with some of these Major League Athletes It looks like a bunch of I think it's a bunch of it is about to baseball players because the the Charity is a Jackie Robinson Charity so this is going to be a fun to watch. It's going to be a live As you said Today Because we dropped today on Wednesday three PM t twitch dot TV slash allied e sports yet. You don't want to end US kind of an aside to that we we saw some NBA players. Take Part in two cases ornament. And so what I'm kind of interested is is how this will continue and how much it will continue. Once things can get back to more normal circumstances and you know the question that I've kind of been had the back of my mind is once traditional. Sports can get back into the swing of things. Where where do you see eastwards slotted in once that happens when it's no longer the only game in town? Well I think that number one this whole thing even when things go back to normal. I feel that it's never going to be the same normal that we knew once upon a time. You know what I mean So I I don't know that I'm hoping that it continues to find that momentum. I hope it continues to become you know because they've passed laws now to You know so that you can bet on sports and things of that nature so it's helped to push in change that landscape and that landscape will not change back. I don't think Once we go back to doing air quotes Normal so it'll be interesting to see. I can see it continuing to push forward with this momentum and people are now getting to see how much they can actually connect with With people socially using things like a twitch and broadcasting doing these tournaments. You have all these wacky people that you would never see in the same room. And they're not in the same room but they're together they're interacting and people able to watch and interact with them as a lot of fun. I can I. I could continue or continue to see it. being successful. Yeah me too and you know if what? I hope also continues this interaction. This intersection of world's between traditional sports eastwards. You know I would love to see that. Continue to grow and evolve and it just makes it more of a a fan friendly event the more names you can get to things like that so I'm hoping that is just the start of a new trend and I I think you and I think it really is because I mean you can even see within these es boards Leagues I mean. We know that it is not cheap to Have a team in these sports league. We're talking twenty five Mil You know what I mean just to have a team within this stuff and then you've got these professional sports managers and owners and things like that that are investing in east sports. I feel like that is going to be a continuing trend But again they're still trying to figure out what the heck to do with it. How do we how do we know what I mean like? How do we translate those numbers that we get people going down to a stadium now into a virtual space and I feel like it is? You know they're they're they're they're doing a lot of cool things And really making drumming up these productions to be productions like you are actually at a stadium or something of that nature so I can only see that pushing forward and actually becoming more and more normalized just because of the situation that we're in You've got these eyeballs. That weren't looking at this stuff or didn't know about it six weeks ago where they have you know. They've had six weeks to acclimate and and watch things and understand. How stuff works as far as in the digital space and you know you see some people taking advantage of it and you see others Know that work as prepared as some of these other places so you know again. They're trying to play catch up whereas You know you have a lot more going on. You have a lot more eyeballs That are actually watching watching these events in watching this stuff. Yeah definitely. It's it's going to be interesting. I mean this is a moment that East sports is definitely taken advantage of so far. I'm excited to see how it evolves from there and speaking of potential export stuff of the Lawrence had some pretty strong viewership numbers but Ryan. I know that you don't quite buy into who the narrative just fully. Yeah we talked about this on the CF game cast here this weekend. obviously they. They set a record with this game ahead. Let me just double check real quick. It was a record breaking day on twitch with Would one point seven million concurrent viewers a total watch hours in a single day? Thirty four million hours watch. That is number one. Let's kiss I gotta give props to that because that is I mean. Those numbers are astronomical. I don't know how many TV shows or anything like that that you got those kinds of numbers and that amount of viewers concurrently watching this but there is a little bit of a Asterik In my opinion Now I don't know if you're familiar with it but without the only way to get a Beta key is to watch certain streamers you have to have your riot account connected to your twitter account and then they have to have Drops enabled there's a couple of Saisi things I feel as far as with that obviously in a situation like that you're going to have people trying to game the system. Had He gamed the system. You basically our body now. People aren't actually actively watching. I've been in these streams. I'm wanting them people leaving streams of streamers on a regular just because I was like well eventually. Hopefully it'll drop for me it drops for me this morning by the way before the pad. The podcast started before we started. I haven't even had a chance to go on and play it yet. But it's waiting. I'm ready so that's ASTERIK. That's ASTERIK number one. You have Twits viewers now basically creating multiple accounts. And they're just sitting on these streams so even though the numbers are high. I don't know how true that is. As far as active people watching maybe interacting and again. These are big streams. So it's difficult to interact at least for me in streams like that anyway. Just 'cause you kinda get lost in the crowd. The chat moves real fast. They've all been in subscriber mode. I literally subscribe just like well. Maybe that all sweet. And that's you know Kinda like you feel like they're in subscriber only mode. You can't even chat so it was like well maybe at the chat and effort the registers. You don't have to do that by the way I'm just didn't I am just as skeptical fool So that's so that's kind of the first part of it is like I don't know you got a lot of people. Then there's there's other things so you have other streamers and and I don't mean to to call anybody I I mean I do. But so so so dr disrespect so he put in his title even though he does not have drops drops available. So he's kind of there's there's a lot of there's some some shade thrown around on social media because that is kind of like people are going in saying. Oh you know. I'll go in here. Because they have drops available. I have a chance to get a Beta key and I get to watch the stream or whatever But that's not the case. He doesn't have drops in the. I'm sure he had opportunity to get in early on this and must have passed it up so he does not have that Ability like some of these other streamers do however something I thought was kind of dirty. Was that I mean again. You Got Right and riot. Says that they are not paying any streamers to promote this game Which I kind of have a problem with that Just because it's like look man. They've got a ton of money. You're telling me that they're not paying. These people streamed as game hours on end letting these drops come and and you're not giving them any kind of compensation for promoting your your game and whatnot and breaking twitch numbers So from that and a developer standpoint. I felt like that Kinda Mike it's weird. This is a weird game again. I've I've been watching it all weekend in south and I'm just I mean again. I think this is very much. If you like games like cs go rabo seed six the slower kind of F- PS Games. I think this is right up your alley for me. I'm still not convinced that sounds like I gotta get my hands on this game. I've got to play this game because I don't release the big hype. I feel like the again a they intentionally. The graphics aren't the greatest and that is more so so that it can run on whatever you know it's going to be an FBI I'm sorry in a PS A to play game So they want to get this and be able to have this as a as many people's hands As possible again they're gonNA follow that same formula That they did with With legal legends. Essentially it I'm sure there's GonNa be dry or drops but In game in game. Purchase things and stuff like that You know that's fine is free to play. This is going to be big everybody. Everybody wants it because everybody's At least he's big streamers are streaming but you are seeing two on social media Some people With differing opinions about the game and are kind of mirroring. What I'm saying even after playing it. That is Kinda just like if it's cool but there's a lot of hype and I gotTa give it up to riots Marketing Team in how? They went about launching this. Because it is on everybody's lips and everybody Definitely wants a piece of the action. Yeah and you know. Let me start by also given right props here that one point seven concurrent viewers was second to only the twenty nineteen legal legends World Championship. So obviously a ton of people good job of being the hype beyond this is unreal to me really like for me. Kinda like like the height. Cata snuck up on me like I don't I didn't quite get a wide gun to level has gone into and I don't know they still do but yet good Kudos to write for getting them to that You know it will be interesting to see their their viewer. Stats this coming week to see how much if it if it does drop and if it does drop by how much I think that might be a little more telling to see kind of what people are thinking. And and some opinions that are being formed So so that'll be. I'm curious about and yet you know this game obviously is going to be successful. It's a right game. I mean. Obviously anything they put out right now is GONNA at least initially be super super successful. It will be interesting to see the the legs on this one deceive. If it's I mean do they have another league on their hands or with this kind of tail off. So I'm interested to see kind of the long term viability of this. I think I think is there. I mean again. You've got this 'cause you got this game was built four Four East sports essentially. It is it's literally a mash up of two weeks sports. Cs Go and and An overwatch you know so I think they built this with that intent. They are making it free to play which is smart them that means any in everybody can get their hands on it and then. I'm sure could I think what happened? Is that maybe they worked out a deal with twitch and and they said hey we will exclusively give out keys if people people have to watch certain streams which is obviously going to boost up your numbers. I can't imagine somebody didn't get paid. You know within with you know within that so it just kind of trickle down to the actual content creators which to me is a little disappointing. Obviously they're going to get a boost and sobs they're going to get a boost in in other areas but I mean again that that to me is is is still marketing. If something like that and I feel like they should have gotten some heads. Some sort of deal worked out With them but it is. I mean it's a little unfortunate because I mean what choice do you have? Right? You're not going to say no to a game like this guy. Did I guess that's true? I guess that's true and I would say the vast majority of streamers would be like all right why I guess I'm saying yes and so I feel like for a lot of people that are like well. I guess I don't really have any leverage to be like to push back and and so that's the unfortunate part. I guess in all this is like yeah I mean riot. It would have been nice for for them to throw a little something anything. It's always hard to feel sympathy for these these giant companies. Yeah exactly it's like. Oh it was oh trying to save some some profit margins there or or what do you like? I mean but you're right and they kinda you Kinda have to otherwise you're just GONNA get left behind because there's GonNa be a bunch of other people that do take that offer. They will reap those benefits. Even though it's it's like I it's I mean to me. It's almost like somebody going. Hey you'll get all kinds of. I'll pay you with exposure that I looked you got enough exposure as it is what he's about. You know what I mean like. You should be paying me because of the exposure that I'm bringing to this game. The other thing too if you remember league was in in Beta for what five six years before officially launched. So it'll be interesting to see how long this state I mean that's kind of like fortnight to though I don't even know that fortnight is officially out I think is that still an early access game. I have yeah. It sounds like some of these companies. You'll see them. They'll be in Beta for five years in all of a sudden it's like. Oh yeah now. We're officially launching. Is like man at the longest Beta test. Do I do some games do that? 'cause I'm like wait? Hasn't this for years now. Exactly Dude that one space game I totally have. I cannot think of what it is dude. Things been in development for like eight years right more of a kickstarter type. Adeel map to go and and look. I have the game terrible. It is gorgeous game but yeah I think is like this game ever GonNa Release. At what point do you think you're a companies just like note for finally done new in Beta release? Don't even know how that works or what that conversation would even look like just like our guys. We did it. Search US mainly cleaned the cobwebs beard. And isn't that we're done out of Beta thou. We're officially logic. That's crazy man. That is yeah. That's funny it will be a turn. Hopefully it's not in Beta super long. Well it's supposed to release again. The official release is supposed to be this summer So you know so. The thing is is George should be fairly close to a polished product. I imagined that they you know. Uh they'll probably do some tweaks here there but my understanding is at it. I guess it supposed to release this summer but you never know never know in this year. Were everything seems to get delayed. I I am just until it comes out. I will not be completely sure. Come out when it's exactly no you're one hundred percent correct on that and also speaking things dropping we just got for for our over watch fans hero. Thirty two echo is officially out today. Don't forget to update your APP Just fired on even if you don't get a chance to play just get that update in But she is out. I still haven't had the opportunity to play with her But I'll definitely be be getting it in At some point in time tonight just to try her out and and play see the updates. I haven't I haven't picked up that game and a grip just because I've been playing some other stuff Obviously and we'll talk about it here later final fantasy. I can't wait to. I gotTA spoiler free. Here's my thoughts so far on it But I'm having a blast playing that An an Yeah obviously Valor it has come out. So everybody's been talking about this game But Overwatch obviously you know one of my faves. We have that we have hero thirty two and I've never really understood why they drop new characters in the middle of a competitive season season. I think it is one of the dumbest things are changing the game by introducing his new hero at the end or mid way through a season. It makes no sense. What are you doing? What are you doing blizzard? It doesn't it? Doesn't you drop a new character rape before a new committees and start to help build a little bit high hyphen interest right? Oh no that but then it gives people a good chance to be able to now. She won't be able to. Bill actually won't be live in competitive until I believe it's a week after the release is either a week or two. I can't remember exactly Before she'll actually be introduced into it but it's still in the middle of a season which funky To to do that I feel. I guess there's no coming back. Their seasons before there was like a good week period before new season would start Now I think it's like a day or it's like the next day or two that the next season starts so there's not really I guess a good window to be able to drop a new character. You know what I mean right. I mean if if that week delay before they become legal I guess maybe near the ad might make sense because then you couldn't use them anyway in the current season right I gotta look and see how many days are Are left this season and then I'll come back and I'll I'll I'll give an update. It's just weird because I mean obviously the pleasures a ton right with over It's the release. Timeliness is weird. Things that they're doing is always throw me off and again. This is a very much live of dated game. So I remember and I've been plan from the jump off when it came out you know. And and there is the there was The competitive self. And Oh my goodness what am I. Oh yeah they're is competitive and there was like I was saying there is that week where they would drop them towards the and there's like a two week period before you get actually use the character but then you also had that week off from competitive so you really got a good two week period to play a character. Get to know them. Get a good feel for them and then you know next competitive season starts. You're able to actually use them. You figure out different meadows or whatever something that would throw a wrench in any way would be hero pools. And they made a change Papa Jeff they announced they are going to because they felt like it was a little confusing because overwatch league had a different hero pool. Then competitive You know just normal Normal competitive play so they wanted to make it a little easier to understand so they there as of right now anyway. It's a hard one tank too deep. Es One support Will be out. I B I believe it's on a weekly basis. It is going to go based off of the people that are that could be chosen are based off of playwrights So if a character played a lot more they will be entered more times into the lottery to see who will be abandoned. The next In the next round But the the big change is the fact that they're made both overwatch league and competitive now Have the same Hero pools so if there yeah so. Let's confusing the people and I think this week is brawl brawl and stunned people You've got Bridget for Heels I know. Oh my goodness Hampshire the hamster. I can't take the hamster. I never use them terrible. Remember HE I can't. I should a terrible terrible mental look this up beforehand and I had it and I forgot to pull it up. I'll find here in a second win. When Lucas talking I kind of find with the unified pools of I think as a rule of thumb simpler is probably better anyway to just make it a little simpler so everyone knows And it's kind of on the same page and Yeah I don't know I haven't played a ton of overwatch lately but it seems like it's Fun League. I feel like it's having the desired effect of very play. Obviously I'm not. I'm not anywhere near competitive player but I like to play for fun to jump on with some friends and my brother every once in a while and so like I. I've been enjoying it so far. Run I don't know how much you you've been playing the last couple of weeks But have you enjoyed kind of? Do you think it's having the intended effect here? I think it will. I think I think it does. I mean again. It makes you have to especially these people that one trick number one. It really hurt one trick people because if your heroes band you're basically not playing playing for a week because you're not good with anybody else. You know what I mean so you know. I think I have that effect. I like the fact that it does move around. Because it makes you change up some of these compositions that maybe you wouldn't have done before. Or maybe this certain. Meta is is super powerful when everybody is running this now. You can't because they've they've eliminated. Heroes that that allow you to be able to do this and going back to the hero pools for this week. It was Macree and widowmaker for DP ASS REINHARD NOT HAMSTER for tank and Brigitte for Support so as horrid me that does not affect me one bit I don't you. I don't play Reinhard I don't use Hardly ever how ever having her out now allow like a tracer these flank characters? It's going to be a lot easier for them to be able to do. Those plant moves because she is a counter for for these flank characters. So you see it starts twitching up like. Oh this person's out but now this is going to make this person a lot more effective because because they don't have to worry about getting stunned by Brigitte or macree or something like that with currently no NBA NHL or MLB. You might think there's nothing to bet on. Well you'd be wrong bed. Online still has hundreds of events games and props to wager on from their online casino to poker and Blackjack they're bringing vegas to you. You're missing the NFL. No problem because bet online has live daily madden. Nfl Twenty Simulations. You can bet on. You can still bid on survivor. Big Brother American idol stock prices. In even the Nathan's hot dog eating contest all open twenty four hours a day an all online use Promo Code Blue Wire to join today and receive your new welcomed illness. Bet Online your online wagering solution. Yeah you know like I said I find it fun because it does force you. And it's it's definitely made me. Just be more proactive. Trying out a bunch of other characters that I had not played or barely played a just to kind of expand what I am okay with so that that way would my favorite characters best characters are banned. I actually have some other Goto options and it does. It makes it a little more varied It makes it makes you know when you play with friends. Sometimes we run. The same things over again is forcing us to try. Different things. Weird things at It's making we're having more fun. I think it renewed our interest a little bit more. I agree with you. One hundred percent and like like for me though I love my favorite mode is mystery. Heroes strictly because it will force me to play other characters that I may not typically play But then I get to learn some of these other characters I get to see. Oh I'm not that bad with this character maybe I'll try them in competitive or you know what I mean because again. I'm not a big. Gps person but like you know there's some EPS. I forget. Oh Yeah I've done decent. I can play decently with this character so if I do WANNA DO DP S I have a couple of characters And each each basically That I can play but I'm excited to try out echo to dude. Like she looks awesome. I know they did some nerve since he originally hit the PR But she's Again they did. Do Gotcha that she was going to be a healer and she ended up being a DP S. You know so it's like okay. Go ahead and keep stacking up but you know something. I would like to see from them. I would like to see. Some heroes introduced a little more frequently than what they have. You know what I mean. There's a lot to this lore there's a lot of characters that we know you know. We haven't even thought about yet as far with the overwatch and then the lender the bag is the opposing the opposing forces. So I'd like to see them drop a little more. I completely agree with you there now. I know that a lot of work has to go in to try and balance it and all that kind of stuff so you know I understand the difficulty there but it just seems like these character drops while they are fun when they come happened just a little bit too infrequently for my liking. Well you look at some other games where they dropped new characters. It seems like like double triple the amount of time then watch stars so we'll just be nice to get a little more frequent than keep up the freshness keep up some new strategies and just just keep up the interest overall. Yeah no you're you're one hundred percent correct with that Too so I. I think everybody kind of feels that way to some degree. They want more But you know again. They have a plan. They don't you know again. They're they'RE SPLIT BETWEEN GAMES TOO. So maybe they don't have the resources to be able to pump out characters As quickly as as some of US would like Again I would. I'm very much in the in the Bodell If if you know I don't know what's going on behind the scenes so I don't WanNa be that guy that's just complaining about something. I have no idea about because who knows what's going on you know in the background But Yeah No. I'm glad I I can't wait to try out and and play her. I'll probably get some in today. I did get some competitive in any But I've been I've been superheavy beyond Lasso ACIS and then Final fantasy last the couple week couple of days here. So we'll see Alabama. It sounds like you got a busy rest of your week. Yeah I mean we're going to get some gaming and that is nice too. I took a break from screaming last week so I didn't stream it all last week. Other than the Podcast on on Saturday. Soils Nice to Kinda rebalanced. I'm working on production things on the back end and I'm hoping I'M GONNA say officially on here. I'm hoping we may possibly be able to next week. Livestream recording of LAN parties. So we'll keep your fingers crossed as far as that. I'm working on some back and stuff Making sure that we get all the all the approvals and whatnot that we need but that is That may be a possibility next week here yet. Man So excited for that and you can you can see us and and probably all my glorious mistakes but we're going to give it a go. It's GonNa be awesome is going to be and and I'm going to preface. I'M GONNA preface to interview with absolute scumbag needs as are all melting in Lucas. Off The setup the interview with Milo over a bit and I completely spaced it I. I missed his taxation. Hey man you're going to be here for. I spoke the Milo Milo my apologies. I'm sorry Mr Interview but I know oils good when I got to listen to it. I got to listen back to it and it was fantastic Lucas give give us a little detail. Here yes Milo is one of the CO founders of eight bit e sports and It's an organization. Obviously the that feels a couple of sports teams in the also is running helping run. Unlv's sports programs and so it you know he's a super cool guy. The story about how these guys can afford. This is pretty amazing. And he's helping to bring you into the sports world and they found a lot of success here. I mean they've had some conference championships in the past and and so he's kind of lead them into the future. And before beginning the interview Ryan I was a good co host. I told him you had a mead. Just busted myself. I didn't but here's my low. We chatted about obviously a bit and his plans. That you would all be so. Enjoy Milo how you doing today. I am doing as well as I can. Given the circumstances of the world. Yeah it certainly A unique time will live in an right now. You know my little. Take me through your history for people who might not be familiar with their story. Here talk to me a little bit about how you started a bit okay. So my e sports journey my professional sports journey started back in middle school so around. Two thousand six where my brother and I co founded this video game club in our middle school and we called it the Cyber Sports Club. Because he's sports wasn't a term yet and basically for those three years fifth grade to ninth grade. We'd run after school tournaments once a week. We'd get like a bunch of kids to play in this video game tournament. We'd make a few dollars and we learned a lot about tournament organization when we entered High School We went to a math and science academy and they told US straight up. Video Games do not fit our curriculum or after school programs so we couldn't start a video game club so I use that time to really. Just hone my skills on the up and coming eastport which is now the biggest in the World League of legends and I had this huge dream of becoming pro and I was bronze so that dream died so fast it was soul-crushing but that's okay because Around senior year of high school. I was really good. A call of duty black ops and I was actually invited to play in MSG. And when I got that email I just kind of laughed and I said East sports that that's not a real thing so I leave that email and yet year later my brother and I founded eight. Bit Eastwards at UNLV. And that's because riot released. This or announced their collegiate initiatives saying that they wanted to better support the community so the best way they thought was to just sponsor video game or collegiate video game clubs and my brother and I looked at each other and we said you know we have experience. We can run this. So we applied. We became one of the first twenty schools to get accepted into this program by riot. And since then it. It's just been this massive amazing community organization that I'm so happy to to run and you know not only has a become massive in numbers you guys have had a lot of success conference championships to boot. Would you know when you had the vision for this? Did you have a time line on and markers that you're trying to beat and you know what do you think about the growth that you've seen through the years we never had a metric and we never had? I guess timeline because we started this with four officers so four founding members. Which was me my brother. My brother's girlfriend my brother's girlfriend's best friend and we initially founded it just like in middle school with thought we could turn a profit but when we realized that. East sports was a lot bigger than us and this was a quick realization. We quickly shifted from. Let's try to make money to. Let's try to make lifelong friends. And my whole it was a lot of work and it required a lot of self discipline and a lot of self motivation and the honest to God reason why I even put this much work and wipe still putting this much. Work is because I always wanted to make sure that gamers never felt out of place when their eight bit because I felt super out of place like in high school and I'm actually one of the most extroverted people have made right now but in high school I wasn't I was introverted and I felt out of place so I wanted to really just build a place where people could come enjoy games. Never like if. You're an outcast. If you feel alone like we've said it my brother and I've said it many videos we've said in many interviews and we still say today like come to eight bid. You'll make all the friends you could ever want so just following that guiding principle or that guiding light just kept growing because we kept wanting to make friends you know and I have talked before and you know making this organization. Open is a big hurdle for any organization right that determination factor than a new member might feel. Do you sense that I guess how? How easy was it for you guys to can overcome that that that when a new member walks in and meet you guys for the first time but they walk away feeling excited about becoming a part of the organization as opposed to some other times. I remember growing up being a little intimidated. The first day showed up to a club for instance but it was. It was actually really really easy. Because my way of recruitment our way of recruiting was word of Mouth. So friends invite friends and my friends and my friends so we really just had to focus on providing a good experience but the way the word of mouth spread was again me being extroverted I would meet people at sports events. So let's say smashed tournament or some land center that was playing in that day. And if I or you know just the library. Unlv IF I saw people playing games I go up and talk to them and it'd be like hey do you. WanNa hang out on Friday. And of course it'd be like what and I'll go. I we run a riot sponsored each sports club and we give away riot sponsored pricing. Would you would you want to show up and goes The the most common like I guess hesitation that I get would be. Oh I'm good at games or I don't WANNA play in a public setting. It's embarrassing that's what I would say. It's okay I'm the vice president. I'm the CO founder. I'm bronze and all of a sudden they just start laughing because there's some like either it'd be okay. I'm not going to be the worst person in the room on Friday. Okay If he is bronze then and he's like accepted any loves this club then. Obviously there's something there worth checking out or I WANNA get I wanna get riots sponsored like prising. Let's go so like by removing all the obstacles by removing all the excuses we found a lot of success. Just getting people through the door you know. Do you have a result that that you guys have been able to do this year? That you're most proud of you. Guys have had a lot that you guys have been able to do. Accomplished you have a few that that you look back on and that you're you're really proud of what they're able to do like throughout history or just this year Just just this year. Let's start with this year this year. Not West champions so three years ago. The Mountain West Conference said let's tack on E. Sports on top of the basketball finals. So we said sure and we fought against Boise all three years and we won all three years though. We're back to back to back. Mountain West Conference champions for at least over watch for for League of legends. We we were a first place year one. We were third place here too and we were. I think third place this year. But that's okay we're still have. We still have three trophies at know that level of success does that. Does that. Put some extra pressure on the players. Delete take this. Do they especially now for the overwatch team? You know going back back to back to back is this is this you know them. Throw down the Gotland go. Hey you know the expectation knowledge championship. No they again so this is a good a good story. I remember my league of Legends Coach a few years ago before mountain west. So let's say four years ago. He came up to me and and like we. We were butting heads a lot and when I asked why isn't the League Wiesner League team performing he said we just don't have the talent and I called him out and like I said I don't Care Lake? Stop looking for talent. Start Looking for people that want to learn because if you foster an environment just like dislike the club itself the community. She fostering environment that encourages growth on an environment that encourages critical feedback and community and friendship. You're going to get a group of people that love playing with each other and we'll just naturally get better. Given the resources we provide. I told him I would rather have five silver and bronze players willing to give their all every day to practice and improve and be coach -able than five challenger like five toxic challenger people because those guys will just be butting heads and you'll never be productive so I gave him that advice. He took it mountain west champions the the the next year so the the pressure is an on because we all day all love playing with each other. They will their practice. What they're dedicated practice is just another. Hang out for them. You know when you're seeing that is it easy for you guys to spot players that work well with each other. No it's all trial trial by fire. We were lucky in early the way I. I don't know if it's the right way to do it. I just know that this is the way that we've been doing it and it's working. We got lucky and we found five players for league and six players for over what that enjoy playing with each other and have good synergy whenever someone wants to challenge like an like. The new player wants to challenge a spot and try out we rotate them in or him and we see how well the energized the team. How well they can take the calls. How well they can take losses wins. Basically everything is under critical review and if the team enjoys playing with person they get an offer to play with us to play for us. But you know the only reason why it works is because we had a very solid baseline of people that are already enjoyed playing with each well. You know it's always good to have that base definitely those players players that had don't each other before that's all based was that all they all came together and it just just kind of worked out. It all came together. Yeah it's nice when it works out like that right. A lot of this is definitely hard work or a lot of eight bit successes is definitely like tons and tons of hard work. Long nights like tears heartache. All that stuff but a lot of it is look to and you know the the best saying that I have for that is. It seems like the harder. I work the luckier I get. So that's that's kind of my own core principle. Their what are you guys as numbers? Like right now what? What kind of participation do you guys have a right now with the pandemic Radhi? Nice solid thirty. Yeah but Before the pandemic we were running like hundred plus people weekly events and we're getting sponsors on top of spas on top sponsors so we were really thriving. You know if I can touch a little bit about the pandemic and all. This is unchartered times for everybody here. How much In communication are you with with the rest of the people and and I mean how you guys dealing with with this as as a group you guys supporting each other talking to each other a lot. Honestly nothing changed okay in regards to leadership. We have online meetings like we've always did. It's just the content in which we speak that's different so leadership is still. They're all still doing their jobs. But instead of running live events and focusing on experience. We're now focused on content generation and an online presence. So yeah and it's also hard to get sponsors because everyone's on emergency funds and of course there's a lot of layoffs and furloughs and really really weird time like. East sports is at its peak. Viewership and a lot of people are ready to be open minded about sports. But it's just so much harder to run these like sports related things right. Of course you know we've had conversations in the past and it does seem interesting right now obviously is a moment for sports to get in the public's eye for obvious reasons. What do you think people are taking away? Maybe people that are maybe trying to get into East Sports. Viewing for the first time here seriously. And where does it go like what what needs to happen? In the immediate aftermath after we start to get out of this pandemic that can sustain this momentum so I heard yesterday that riot the Lcs Championship so legal legends championship is going to be broadcasted on ESPN. And that's great I trust riots production quality I vary. I highly trust riot in everything that they do but League of. Legends is not the most intuitive game to watch right. And what needs to happen right now is we need to make a good first impression to the general masses because those people that have seen E. Sports on ESPN. There's of course the whole. Why am I watching this this? I'm supposed to be watching basketball. Supposed to wash traditional sports blah blah. So what eastwards needs to do my opinion when we transition out of the pandemic phase and back into normal life which is going to be slow not just like. I said like on and off switch rate. We need to take that great first impression that we had we need to build narratives around it so we start caring for these players because the origin of some of the best eastwards players in the world are very similar to the origins of some of the best athletes in the world like being bullied in high school being bullied in school in general not wanting to go to classes to hone your skills not being good at school all that stuff. That's all the same that I feel like. That's all the same for anyone. With a skill that requires a sheer amount of focus and discipline so as long as as long as we give a reason for people to keep carrying while we're in the spotlight when we transition out people will continue to care. That makes a lot of sense you know. It's funny because I look. I've looked at something like what Nascar's doing right and they've got participation from some other bigger stars which obviously helps. They had their product in places. Ira seen already. The groundwork was laid. But I do kind of wonder if once once life starts to return to normal. There's going to be more competition. Obviously viewing wise is going to be more things getting back to normal. That's going to be start to broadcast so each port is having a moment right now because partly because of a lack of other things out there that for people to consume. What what does he? Sports need to do to kind of hold their spot wants. The competition starts to come back to do you get one trying to say so. A lot of people don't know this but there is a lot of crossover between traditional sports enthusiasts and e sports enthusiasts in terms of people that watch football have a high rate of also watching sports and vice versa as long as competition is natural especially when something is new everyone tries to flood the market rate but the best people and the most consistent people with the strongest fan base. That's being built right now. Throughout the pandemic will retain that as long as their quality doesn't suffer and everything like everything gets saturated then. Everything kind of just ballots is out because people that are in it for the wrong reasons or people that are in it that cannot execute on a consistent basis will lose their resources and lose their reputation. So it's Kinda just a waiting game. I personally think and I've always had this this notion like as like an all mayors of these sports east sports doesn't need to be anything more than just sports. We don't we never needed to broadcast on. Espn it's nice. And it gives a spotlight which is great but like take the fighting games community for instance they've been thriving for twenty plus years purely off of grassroots support rate. No matter what happens eastwards. Sports doesn't need to be anything more than it already is. Which is East sports? So if the viewership fades and everything returns everything goes back to just exclusively on twitch or mixer or facebook or youtube. It doesn't matter because each sports doesn't need the general masses. Is there anything that you'd like to ask her ad or touch on right now? You know five years or not five years ago. Eight bit is eight years old now result so five years ago or seven one of those two really early. I attended my first ever professional sponsor meeting with Ralph. They took us to the five star. Cosmopolitan steakhouse and we live with my brother and we were supposed to discuss a meet and greet with a Doda player for the team. Doda player and they told us everything or this this entire dinners being paid for by Red Bull Order. Whatever you want and me being seventeen years old. I'm like Oh my God. I don't know like everything here is like one hundred plus dollars. I'll order the sliders on every everyone around me is eating like the greatest thickest steak and here. I am eating frigging sliders but I asked him or like we. We ran the the meet-and-greet and it was it was great and people were asking him questions and the biggest question that stood out was. Where do you see in five years? And he said remember. This is like twenty twelve twenty thirteen era. He said I will. I imagine in five years seeing E. Sports on ESPN and we got that right. Getting it still whether we like it or not looking forward when people ask me. Where do you see sports now in five years? It is just so weird because I was so hungry just to chase a fish like let's get eastwards into mainstream. Now it's can. We keep eastwards like to the people that know you sports. A lot of people jumping in and a lot of people are really ruining a lot of people's first impressions on it right so so you know personally. Where from this point on twenty twenty? Two twenty twenty-five where do icy sports IC- eastwards as fully embraced as next level entertainment or the next wave of entertainment and just in working? What's the word in tandem and working very well with traditional sports in terms of broadcasting publishers and viewership so just general acceptance in the next five years? Well if people are interested in finding out more about a bit. And you know if they're GONNA if they're gonNA come back to you in. How can they find out more about you guys? Just follow us on twitter at eight bit so the number eight be. It Underscore E. Sports. Follow me at Queen's Milo joyner discord which is honor socials and. Yeah just that's where we usually post all of our events and stuff. We'll Milo thanks for joining us today. We appreciate the time and yeah glanced conversation me too. I love talking about sports. Thanks again my little. That was super entertaining interview. Thanks for joining US and yeah you know. It is really cool. The sea obviously the local communities embrace east sports and Siham can build an Easter program at UNLV. I think that's awesome. I love it again. Unlv to they love how open they are about this stuff and how they are seeing. These technologies You know they see the potential in them. And they're kind of on the forefront. I feel as far as building out a east boards You know they. They've got that they've got the Oh my goodness. There's at innovative location. Which I'm look. We'll we'll talk about that another. You know what I'm talking about. Yeah is it Black Fire Backfire? Yes yes yes yes. Yes so we need to talk. We need to Get an interview with them too. But I love the fact that you know again because you know even with East sports and and Video Games you also have to consider casino industry and this is very big entertainment. So everything's kind of all intertwined and I feel like they're kind of forefront of Really Making us more of a norm than than something that You know as Oh video games or just oh yeah. We've been doing this for a while now. So you know that fantastic interview and I know too that they know that I Milo knows Jairo from VEGAS INFERNO I believe. They're they've partnered up a little bit or have worked together at least On doing something with the East Sports League and and The East Sports Team Inferno yeah definitely so you know. Hopefully we'll have milo back on and Hopefully they continue to find the success that they've seen so far definitely. I agree Kind of moving. I feel like I'd be remiss not to talk about a final fantasy seven My Gosh it is. It is absolutely beautiful. You know again. This the remake. It came out this past Thursday night. I have sunk majority of my time into that game. I basically that's why I haven't been playing overwatch or or even last oasis acis like I haven't picked it up since final fantasy Came out. I'm just trying to grind through it So much nostalgia. The graphics are fantastic. The movement is the movement. Kind of a little clunky. At times I find but it's nothing I mean again like that as a minor blip on the amazingness that I'm having just re re re imagining and coming up with this game again. I have extra an extra. I don't know I guess it's extra in my feels. This is the game that I never got. The finish win originally came out because my brother deleted my safe spot again adage. I'd never actually finished original final seven. That's another reason why I am so excited. The plate is because I never I still to this day. Do not know how it ends. I don't know he plays out dude at this point and this is like twenty plus years ago. I think it came out in like what ninety seven or something like that. Yeah still like in middle school at that point so this is years ago so like my mom my memory as far as what some things are like add this is basically all new to me but there are some moments in there. It's just like and especially the music too but there's a lot of moments and they're just like. Oh yes. Yeah I remember I how am I? How could I forget this and just kind of learning that story? If you're a fan of the final fantasies I don't know how you haven't already pick this up and are not playing great yet you know. Obviously final fantasy. Seven is a lot of people's favorite final fantasy game Probably a lot of people one of their favorite games this period and with good reason. So let me ask you this. Because obviously it seems like final fantasy fans especially those that have fond. Memories of seven are loving this game. There's now a generation of gamers that probably have not played final fantasy seven in any fashion. So if they're coming in with no prior stellar no prior experience with final fantasy seven. What are using. Do you think they'll still find this game last absolutely absolutely? I mean if you've played a even if you haven't played seven before the story Subaru engaging The the cinematics The all that stuff is is solid it holds up on. Its Own. The only thing that I'm not the biggest fan of is the fact. I believe they're gonNA drop it down in three different. What would you call it chapters? I Guess Not Chapter Chapters Dinner. I don't I don't know what you call it. But it's basically you will come out in three installments whereas the original was four discs right so at first I had heard someone say something about it. They were talking about trying to do it in in six six different drops. Essentially you gotta think though this is going to be so this game essentially it's GonNa cost you about one hundred eighty dollars maybe more inte- talapity To be able to finish it so after departure or sixty bucks. I'm guessing so either that or they're gonNA draw. I don't know if that's the thing I don't know they're going to drop it as DLC's within this game or is it going to be something separate that you have to get separately each time I don't know I I be pulling out here. Hopefully because that means it would be a little cheaper. Hopefully I have some slight reservations as they were. Drop these three yet. Sixty bucks each of and that's mainly because it's not that you're creating you know final fantasy seven in lake a new sequel the final fantasy seven. It's you're you're splitting final fantasy seven up and then you want to charge me a full price game each time. I had a little reservation about that then again. That's the only that's only and I don't think anything has been confirmed as far as with that it would make more sense. I don't know though because if you're thinking so they're saying that this is probably a thirty to forty five our game Like fifteen hours in I think or close fifteen hours in But it I'm GonNa get it plays pretty quickly I'm able to go you know. And and that's what doing all the side quests Within this as well is probably be about thirty eight forty five hours so that part again. Can you really then say then? What would the second part B. at imaginative at least be equal and link? Can you just tack that on as a DLC? I don't know how that works. I guess that's true. I don't I don't know how that works. I know that they could probably justify by saying. Hey you know you're getting another forty hours of game play and hard to argue against. But I mean we've seen by counterargument would be. We've seen these massive games that have hundreds of hours of stuff for you to do. And and then the you know the the base game has eighty one hundred hours of stuff right and they just release it. So there's there's arguments both ways. I guess I just my wallet would hurt a little bit if it cost me. A hundred and eighty plus to finish the story. But we'll see and yeah. Yeah and it's finding that you say that too because Which McCall IT Persona Five Royale? My Buddy just finished that. And he did a spoiler free review but that was he said what one hundred twenty hours based game who? Yeah No. That is a monster of a game. That is right I mean. Nc There's there's the argument. I know some of my friends make is Hanes for that. One hundred twenty two hours would equal. Roughly three parts of file. Fantasy hidden costs. You a third of the price simul. There's there's obviously no easy answers. I don't pretend to know what these game developers have to go through to make this work but it seems like some developers are able to do this and because you're splitting up was one game. It's probably a harder sell. I think to some people. Yeah no absolutely absolutely so. We'll we'll see how it plays out. We'll see our plays out but regardless is a gorgeous beautiful game square. Thank you so much for for doing this. Fan Service and giving this to us because It is it is fantastic so far so I think that's going to do for us today. Here Land Party. Don't bring it to the hit US UP ON TWITTER. Lamb parties pod You can hit us up on social media reports seven or Lukas. What is your social. Hit me up at Lucas Meghan. Let's Lucas with a K. C. Just because a weird weird things that's GonNa do for us again guys. Thank you so much for listening on this beautiful one day or whatever date is for you today we appreciate your support. 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What is a Cancer Survivor with Scott Capozza?

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If we CAN START REHAB SEWER. Maybe that helps them tolerate treatment fetters so that they stay on one of the things that we see in our colleges if patients neuropathy gets so bad that the oncologist will increase the dosage of that chemotherapy or they may not get that out there at all. I mean that that patients get into full therapeutic benefit of that therapy treatment which is going to affect their overall survival talking about college physical therapy today on the show with Scott Capozza physical therapist. Who works with this patient population where where does physical therapy fall early in the diagnosis right at the diagnosis during treatment and actually post treatment? Where do we fit? What about all the time we get into it with Scott who who works in this setting and he gives some really really good insight professionally and personally? The episode is brought to you by our friends at Owens recovery signs a single source for. 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You're living example of exactly what I was just talking about You reached out and said Hey man I'm a. I'm an analogy physical therapists. I'd love to share some some insight and then a couple of days later we reach back. We get in touch. We make an appointment and Bam. You're on the show so appreciate you reaching out. Oh yeah no absolutely I appreciate you. Getting back to me and again appreciate Having this platforms to talk about oncology so oncology physical therapy you mentioned before we hit record. You're the first oncology physical therapists where where you work and literally no where that is sure so I worked for hospital which is worked in conjunction with Milo Cancer. Hospital Smile Milo Cancer Hospital was created as a standalone cancer hospital. Ten years ago and yellowhammer hobbies been around for a long time and so the doctors and nurses treat oncology patients at Milo that they need to go back to the community for for Rehab. It's the An hospital that let's see them so I know it's kind of convoluted you know. He's saying yell and call kind of all one big umbrella but we all have our our kind of areas of where we working here so so here at Yale and it's Milo. We have some amazing length. Edina therapists spread to our different outpatient clinics throughout southern Connecticut along the coastline of Connecticut. But even though we smile Oh see upwards of ten thousand patients in year We did not have a dedicated on college. Physical therapist or in College Occupational therapist to to work with these patients especially as they move past after treatment. You know as they finish even and they're trying to get back to work trying to get back to their normal lives they minute they're fatigued and may have regime ocean issues and they have curriculum rob at the end. So I I approached my supervisor's actually a couple of years ago. Listen this is an unmet need is the all these issues have knees for Rehab and we need to be able to meet back and we finally were able to treat position. I was able to come on board all summer. Prior to that I had been working at Neil for diem basis through the cancer centers survivorship clinic. There's actually started in two thousand six. When the idea of walk term survivorship was really an infancy and there really was no blueprint as to what survivorship care was going to look like for cancer patient when they finished with their active treatment when they're done with surgery chemotherapy and radiation therapy and so the the the doctors and the team at at. Yeah. This was even before smile. Cancer Hospital even existed several. You know we want to be able to create. Their service for our survivors was kind of bridge to the rest of their lives right. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. I designed the multidisciplinary clinic. So it's not just going to be medical we're GONNA include psychosocial and the emotional support that survivors need and so we brought on a social worker to address. The nutritional concerns that survivors have an all the questions that they have about nutrition and meeting through a lot of the misinformation. That's out there are when it comes to cancer and Diet and then they wanted somebody to handle the rehab component they exercise component getting people stronger and giving back shoes to light and so the oncologist who was charged with starting up. This clinic recruited me and so I'm actually the last original member of that team from two thousand six. So I've I've had my how in oncology renewed so to speak Arabic now all and giving both of our ship at allocation. Well good on you for seeing something saying something and not not quitting until something got done so good on you for for helping to found that program a statistic that jumped out at me. An estimate seventeen million cancer survivors in the US in twenty twenty alone surreally that means no matter what setting you practice physical therapy and you will encounter a cancer survivor and even prepared to treat them safely and effectively. Let's talk about that for people who and I'm using air quotes at a podcast here. Scott for people who don't work in oncology pt that stat is showing that we all work in cancer P T. What are the things that people working with? These patients need to pay attention to sure. You're absolutely right. Jimmy that with that number of cancer survivors in their country. You know regardless of what setting you're in And and where you live in the country and you know you're going to have a cancer survivor. Come in through your doors. And they may not necessarily come related to their cancer specifically they may come in and they have a knee issue or they may have a shoulder issue but if they have a history of cancer. It's informed feels a look back and see what their treatments were and know what those treatments entail. Because there are certain things that you might need to tease out as part of your normal orthopedic. Allow your normal your normal pediatric Abou- really offer our pediatric oncology patients. And so you know it's important for pt's to know you know what. The side effects of chemotherapy drugs. Are you know for example? There's there's three different classes family. The chemotherapy is that can caused performer albuquerque. Which is the numbness and tingling in the hands and feet and so obviously if somebody can't feel their hands that becomes that person's GonNa have issues with their deals and if they can't feel their feet and obviously that becomes a balance on a false concern and so to be able to go back and say okay. She's history and and identify. The station have particular chemotherapy. A little alarm should go. Oh I need to be hypersensitive screen for balancing this patient so physical might be paying attention saying listen. Scott telling me that. There's cancer medication. That causes peripheral neuropathy right. That's an easy eight A. B. Connection and then some would just throw up their hands and say well physical therapists. Don't change medications. But you're saying you need to pay attention to do what you can is a physical therapist. A skilled therapist to work with the side effects of these medications. Yes you can't change the medications nor should you but your physical therapist. What can you do knowing that this medication could cause this right exactly and this Jimmy and this this cruise that on College Rehab? Pt AND OT really should be starting from the moment or diagnosis for for these patients. Who get like you said these particular types of chemotherapy drugs if we can start Rehab Sura and get them moving and get the exercising and specifically having them doing your weight bearing exercises maybe that helps them tolerate their treatment better so that they stay on treatment. What are the things that we see in our colleges that if they should Robbie be get so bad that the oncologist will decrease the dosage of that chemotherapy or that? They may not get that chemotherapy at all. We mean that. That patient's not getting the full therapeutic benefit of that therapy treatment which is going to affect their overall survival. I like how you frame that. I mean that just shows of valuable role of a physical therapist from the beginning from the diagnosis of a person with with cancer. I Love I love how you frame. That's great all all I heard you. There was was advocating for increased access to rehabilitation for all cancer patients and survivors of cancer. I love that. Yeah and and again it. You know we we talk about establishing baseline data and no work starting from before you know before they have or whatever it may be. I mean the whole idea. Rehab exists for total hips total knees and that sort of thing so we're not recreating the wheel the wheel resist. We just need to be able to take this wheel and apply to To the cancer. Great shut while said if someone's listening and they want to get more involved. I'm an advocate of the American Physical Therapy Association. So I'm going to say that. The oncology section is a great resource anywhere else. You'd point someone who is now saying okay. I'm buying it. I'm listening to what Scott is saying here. I'm going to I already do. I already have come across patients in my practice who are actively in cancer treatment or their survivors. Where would you point people to get really good resources? Sure absolutely yeah it'd be on the AP TA's Academy of Uncle Physical therapy. The which is there. A college inspection is a great place to start. You know if you joined and you get access to their journals act with lot of their online resources that they have a going back to the chemo. Chemotherapy induced for Iraq. For example. They have a great factsheet. It's really just still out perfectly. What is the drug what you know? What are the names of the drugs? What are the side effects and so it's spelled out very specifically it's a quick reference. There's also a great source of on that Academy website as far as coming up with or be using different subjective measures and objective measures. That have all been vetted by the academy economy hasn't special What they call edge passports which had gone through and looked at all the different salad screens enriching motion screens and shrink screens. That we all use in our daily practice and found. The ones are the most reliable the most ballots in US population so all those resources are with the academy question. Physical therapy all heart. I heard you say there was listen. The basics already done you're not reinventing the wheel. The wheel exists. So make sure you take advantage of things. Like the Academy of Oncology Physical Therapists it exists. They've done the work take advantage. Yeah absolutely and so then the next step from that would be you know to to reach out to tease. Otm's bat are or in the community that are reviewing this were in the process. Now I think we as as I got the academy Of trying to come up with a contact with like a mentor which and try to do it regionally so that if you live in Nebraska whose. Pt's that are in Nebraska. That that are doing oncology. You know whether it's hostile to others out each it you know because we learn best by working together and about tonight off of each other. You know last year at this time I was studying for the new Board certification in oncology and so. That's that's what I was doing was. I was looking at articles online but I was. Also you know kind of remotely texting e-mailing colleagues of mine saying what do you think about this or what would you do in this situation because ready for the exam so there are teas that are already out in the community doing this on us to organize ourselves a little bit better but we are out there And so to be in touch with somebody who's doing. It is a great resource for any new any new Grad that interested in it Or even somebody like my club was kind of you know midstream in my career. Kind of made a change standby. We'll be right back to the PODCAST. New Step created the first of its kind twenty five years ago. That was the new step. Recumbent cross trainer. Now it's a mainstay in Rehab. With physical therapists worldwide new step now continues its tradition of innovation with the new step transit. Another innovation in recumbent cross trainers for physical therapists delivering real time. Biofeedback with this piece of equipment letting you use it. 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I actually just my first marathon but when I was in the midst of a Grad School I was actually diagnosed with cancer. And you can imagine that at any age A cancer diagnosis for a loop. But when you're twenty two and you in you're otherwise healthy and you're trying to get your PC degrees. You know it was. It was a bit of a struggle. I distinctly remember. I'd I'd I tell people all the time. I distinctly remember that I was diagnosed file Friday night. Because we were on trimesters and so the the foreign week we actually had finals. And we had one of our rotations after that. And so the now oncologists comes after had bunch of blood word games and everything and any says a US cancer and said. I can't deal with this right now. I have finals on Monday and Tuesday and then I have a vision of the best sports medicine clinics here in town you know. Can I put this off until winter? Break 'cause that power my brain with thinking at that point I think any twenty two year old with that right total Total student mindset. Yeah Yeah we've got a study. I got I've got Rural One and kinesiology up those priorities. And but no I I so I had to I ju- surgeries while I was in Grad School Second Surgery Really. Set me back but my my professors and my classmates were amazing and took quarter and they were gonNA make sure that I. I finished school on time at the restaurant. So they WANNA finish my academic on time With everybody I did have the phone. My last clinical rotation because chemo but then I found out rotation and I was still able to graduate with my degree behind the rest of my class. Good for you. I can't even hearing you you you you tell that story. Of course you know we chuckle a little bit saying how your reaction to your doctor was. I can't deal with this. I got finals that still in the hours and days after that that. That's gotta be pretty heavy to deal with it. I cannot imagine yeah I I didn't. I intentionally do not tell anybody not even my roommate so final for over. You know 'cause I didn't want people to worry about and be distracted and and that sort of thing so And even as I moved through my diagnosis I was hoping to try to actually keep it under wraps you know. I think I think for so many of us you know. We're dinosaurs cancer. All we wanted to normalcy and so the most normal thing for me at that point was being a PT student. And I didn't want to tell my whole class because I didn't want them to look at me differently. You know we all right. We all have our labels whether we approve of that or not like you know. I'm a wrestling fan. And I'm a runner and Amateur students classmates and look at me differently and it wasn't until I had a Lotta complications from my second surgery where I'm minute four weeks of Class. That people were wondering what happened. And we're go and that sort of thing so with the support of my professors. I actually got up in front of my classmates and cold. What was going on but But yeah it was. It was hard but again I was in a very supportive network. I ironically no. I think being at school was good for me because it gave the determination to get through my treatments and to get you the cancer diagnosis because I was so focused on finishing school and I needed that I needed to finish school true that losing the battle with cancer and I needed that normal in. Yeah good for you man. I'm loving here in. The storage is because of the things that you're saying but but it also must transfer over you know when you're working with individuals and cancer treatment. Do you bring it up if so if so how you know. That's a good question I don't bring it up all the time I actually. I try not to especially if I meet somebody you know new for the first time I mean I can. I will not and I will say that I can. I can understand what they've gone through. But I you know especially you know an initial now the first time you meet somebody you know. It's really about patient but if I am working with somebody and they're really struggling especially if I do come across a a young adult who you know is saying. I don't know how to get back to working out. I don't know how to you know. Get back into the workforce. I don't know how to get back into dating. Then I might bring it up because to me and I went through all of that so I do a case by case like a majority of the time I will bring it up but when I do bring it up you can just see how the patient just kind of relaxes and two. Oh okay he gets it. Yeah I love how you frame. That is that You make it. This is about them right. So you leave this in your back pocket until you until you've determined okay. This might this. Little piece of information might benefit them this. This is what I'm going to play this card because it's going to helping them. It's not about me. It's not about my stories about their story but if my story can help their story now I play this on. What should people know now that the audience listening to this show can kind of understand that you've got this insight? What are some things that you can only tell us as a physical therapist? Who's gone through this? I mean this is. This is really really great knowledge that you learned you earned what. What are some things that we should know? Pay attention to focus on more or less deadly again the idea of normalcy and so because people will ask me all the time you know they someone will come up and say you know my pharmacist. Diagnosed with cancer at my. You know my aunt or my mother or somebody was just diagnosed. You know I don't know what to say I don't know what to do and I always told them like. Treat them normal. That's what we need because when we're when we're in the middle of a cancer diagnosis. We have no control really as far as we go into. All these doctors appointments another doctor says you also look. This scandal will show up for the blood work. And you know your shoulder surgery and so you know our life is really not our own and so as the provider and or friend you. WanNa be able to maintain as much normalcy for that person's possible you know more so on the on the federal level you know I. I can tell you that you know the more that we can help. Our patients moon hoping which we have helped them with exercise that becomes their stake in their own health. That is the one thing that they can control as they go through all and so we may not be able to see it from that lens necessarily but being able to sit down and say hey you know I want you to work on. You know this home exercise program. I want you to start working on your garage. You know when you come into the outpatient clinic. We're going to build up your endurance on the treadmill or the new step or whatever it may be. You're giving that patient and ability to actually have some control of their health in a situation where they don't have any control. Yeah that's a good thing to focus on is that you know if you want to be normal you're saying focus on normalcy. Was the first thing you said. A lot of things are out of control. Okay well we can get you as close to normalcy as we can but you have to do some effort and here is the thing that you control is what you're doing so I can. I can put the path in front of you. You've got to walk it and and this is the thing you can control. And and that's what I'm doing now especially in an outpatient rehab. That's how I'm framing. I'm saying especially for anybody who makes still be an active treatment or no is getting radiation therapy like okay. I know you're going to radiation therapy everyday for the next five weeks but this is the way you can do every day for the next five weeks you know you can go for a walk. You can do these exercises and so this is your contribution to your health your well being as great. I love that anything else. You'd want the audience to know J- just from your your career working with these people and and learning from them with anything else you'd like to leave him with cancer. Patients want to get better but they may not they may not know that is what therapy is even an option for them. I've had many patients who come in and they said Yeah. My doctor said she'd come from physical. Therapy wasn't related. Sure why you know. And then you screen their strength or you screen the ranch emotion on your screen there now and it's like Oh this is probably will. I needed Rehab physical therapy and so as much education as we as Metoo. Onto for the oncology provider. I think the initiation education that we need to do for the patient as well because the more of the patients see the benefits of Rehab around. We're going through treatment and after treatment. Then they're going to continue the advocate at themselves and they're going to push their providers to make those referrals to to Rehab so so there is a big education piece. That goes along with Oncology Rehab and I think it's both for the provider and the patient that's great while set. Scott you can find him on twitter at Scott Capozza Scott. You ready for three questions. I am still on the hunt feet with three questions on the PT podcast. Thanks to our friends at Arias medical staffing all fifty states in Washington. Dc called out. I just kept saying fifty states. WanNa talk about where Aureus has Placements for physical therapists to find jobs and and Washington DC. I won't leave out. Dc All settings orthopedics neuro inpatient. Outpatient oncology physical therapy. You can throw that in there as well. Arias has placements literally in all fifty states and all those settings right now so take a look what they have to offer see what fits you let the PT licensed. Take you where you want to go a U. R. E. US MEDICAL DOT COM. It's a U. R. E. U. S. MEDICAL DOT com. They've been doing it for a couple of decades if you are in to travel. Pt Fear leafs. Lean in that way. This could be something cool. Check it out. There's some things that pop up licensure licensor exchanges in terms of states had to get licensed in multiple states. Do they got you covered there? What about taxes? You live one place. But you're treating other short-term they've got that covered housing see us. These these questions come up. Don't let these things these questions prevent you for doing something. Cool like travel. Physical Therapy Arias has the answer so a you are a US medical dot com one. More time it's a you are A. Us MEDICAL DOT COM Scott. First question on three question is aware question. If you could go anywhere you wanted to within the fifty states and where would you WANNA go? I WanNa go someplace where I could be closer like a national work 'cause I loved. I loved to be outside Let's run cycle. Probably I would think maybe like the the mountain area like glacier national park yellowstone lake like those areas maybe even glacier more so just because I'm afraid of planes are gonNA milk. Here's yeah if you if there are people there they need physical therapists so That's the great part about this profession. Is You can kind of let it take you anywhere so positions again like I said you are a US medical dot com. We'll have that information second question on three questions. This is something I ask Joe completely for myself. What's something you've watched? Listen to or read. A movie podcast book something like that. That really inspired you so I had to think about this for a little bit I actually I came up with a quote K. Coal from from Young Cancer Patient. She was only like twelve or thirteen at the time and she would actually drove all she was just coming out of treatment and she was the spokesperson for A LOCAL CANCER CHARITY EVENT. That was going on and then very wise beyond her years. Twelve year old said something in her speech where she that cancer is not who I am but it helped define who I've become and I think that her quote when really the starting point for me and realizing that okay I've gone through my own cancer experience for a reason and our physical therapist so I need to start thinking about how to move this forward. And how am I going to define myself mentally? That young survivor is now a young adult. She is She's gone into bio mechanical engineering And she is smart and healthy and doing well. So but yeah that quote you know. But she's ever she was twelve years old has always stuck with me. Wow that's that's fantastic and we got a little chills. Here that's perfect. That's that's one of the best answers we've had for For that question on this show so well well done on that. One third question is who question who someone the audience should know more about. Yeah if you want to know. More about oncology we have in general definitely following the Scout. Cheesman doing oncology Rehab for a long long time. She's a spoken on the national level. She is spoken on the international level. If she had a great advocate for college. We have you know. I know that This summer she's presenting the American side Clinical Oncology's annual meeting which is where all the it's around the world com. So so she is definitely connected and she is a lot of energy so she's She's definitely a follow. Yup She is and if you want to follow her. We've had her on this program before calls on twitter at Nicole Stout. Pt is where you could find her. Scott you're off the hot seat man. That was three questions again from our friends at Arias medical staffing if you think in travel. Pt might be right for you a U. R. US MEDICAL DOT COM. Last thing we do on the program is the parting shot. This is the parting shots. The parting shot is brought to you by rock. 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