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Fresh update on "mj" discussed on Skullduggery
"If someone told me, I was at eight percent I'd say that's pretty good but we still have work to do. That's why we have initiatives. You have people like Lebron James out there. We have an initiative called chop it up. These are conversations with African American. Men about politics and we've been engaging surrogates across America having these conversations. We also have the same challenge with Latina women are in the same stratosphere and there are those disparities with Latin men and we're doing the same very targeted investments in those communities but the. Things like the debate I think actually help us last night because when you have a president who looks people in the eye and tells them that I'm the best president for African Americans since Abraham Lincoln? That is. One. That might be the most out. He's made so many outrageous statements. We could have a spirited battle as to which was the most outrageous statement. I mean you're all remember the central park five where Donald Trump was race baiting. In that case, I mean he went to communities across the country in two thousand sixteen and said to African American voters, what do you have to lose? We now know the answer to that your lives look at cove it and the disproportionate impact on African Americans your jobs, there's been almost one hundred percent increase in African American unemployment under Donald Trump new civil rights. Look what he says he he can't utter the word black lives matter every time you hear black lives matter you hear from him all the dog whistle politics and so. People are really really motivated and the fact that we are not content with eighty eight percent shows the work that we are doing. We are leaving nothing to chance. We WanNA persuade everyone and we have been working our tails off and to finish the Senate piece because there were one or two more Ni- good friend Jamie Harrison in South Carolina if you told me he was GonNa be in a dead heat race with Lindsey Graham. That's remarkable and that races integrity Jamie has an Lindsey Graham doesn't and because Jamie has been such a prolific fundraiser. He has raised his name ID he was like forty percent four months ago. Now, he's like ninety percent. So people know who he is. They know who he's fighting for and there's a lot of Republicans who The former head of Michelin. Tire. North America who was Lindsey Graham's finance chair for two cycles is cut a really compelling ad for Jamie. Harrison and it was about integrity. It was about how can you be close to John McCain and then you desecrate his memory after his death and there's a lot of military voters down in South Carolina they'll remember that so you. Know I'm I'm bullish on the Senate I don't know which ones of those races can we run the table while anything's possible. But when you have all those dead heat races, that's why I get back to what I my most important point is we gotta get out there and vote. We left too many boats on the table. I. I was talking to folks in Texas. Latinos forty percent of Latinos voted in two, thousand sixteen in the presidential forty percent in twenty eighteen, eight, hundred, thousand more Latinos turned out in Texas and Beto lost then in two thousand fourteen and better loss by only two hundred thousand votes but three point five million Latinos in twenty eighteen in Texas, where eligible to vote and did not the possibilities are. Limitless MJ Hager can win that race if we continue to see dramatic increases in turn out especially in communities of color, and that's where Joe Biden comes in because Joe Biden has built a remarkable coalition of Hardcore Democrats. Independence Party of Lincoln Republicans John McCain Republicans John McCain beat Barack Obama in two thousand eight among Cuban, American voters almost two to one. Cindy McCain is a major surrogate for us in south Florida with Cuban voters. Cuban voters love John McCain. Love Cindy McCain, and this is the kind of micro targeting that we are doing right now to make sure we're speaking to everyone were speaking to the issues they care about we're speaking to the concerns that some African American men have about. Opportunities and you know. To that, and we're doing it in authentic ways and we've we didn't just started a month ago. We've been doing this for three years and I'm hopeful that these investments are going to pay off for us. But only if people vote, that's why make a plan I won't vote Dot Com last question for you Mr Chairman have you voted already and if not, how do you intend to vote I did vote already because I'm on the road. I voted by mail I actually dropped it in a dropbox that. From my house and Having that dropbox was. My method of choice have you have you tracked your ballot? Do you know that it's been processed? It yes. Well. You glad to understand the. They can do that in a lot of states until eleven thirty election night when we're going to be checking in with you. For joining US and I will certainly be having you back on skulduggery that look forward to get out there and vote I will vote dot com make a plan Okay thanks a lot always. Talked about you. Thanks for all you do..
MJ Hegar wants to bring Texas values to the Senate
"MJ Hagar Welcome. Hi. Jonathan. Thanks for having me on. So okay. I I had a set first question, but I'm going to ask my own separate question and that is we started out the clip intro this moment. With your doors add. You ran when you ran the last time to me was one of the most powerful political ads had seen perhaps ever was it important for you to tell your story in that way? You know I think part of why it was. So powerful was the moment that it played in. In that moment people were. Being exposed to the horrors of family separation, for example. And the fact that it resonated so much with people almost. Sad. I want it to be successful, but it was also kind of disheartening to hear so many people reach out to the campaign and say, yes, that was me I had doors closed in my face to I've been trying to advocate for. Disability rights because my child has down syndrome or whatever it was that they were trying to be heard by other elected officials and they completely You know empathize with that that experience of going to DC and having your elected officials closed door in your face and treat you like if you're not a big donor or you don't have any political capital to barter with and you don't matter. And so it was kind of a bittersweet thing. It was great that it got the campaign so much attention but it broke my heart a little that people were. So gut punched over family separation and and so used to their government just not working for them that the message really resonated with people. And so you you lost that. That that ad was made for and now you're running for for US Senate most polls I've seen have you around by points within five points of Senator Cornyn the Cook Political Report classifies your race as likely are which I expected to be solid are given whose Senator Cornyn is from your perspective how is the race looking? Well you know I mean if you I love you know just talking about like the INS and outs of the data although I do think the data shows. That, we have a much better shot than Beto did against Ted Cruz a lot of people think that beddoe crews race that if anybody you know. If we couldn't beat Ted Cruz and we can't beat anybody in Texas. It's actually not true independent voters really like Ted Cruz Ted Cruz had a fifty two percent approval rating when he wants went up against Beto. and. Better almost beaten and John Cornyn has an approval rating of anywhere from twenty eight to thirty two and the vote exactly the same way, and so you have to try to figure out what the differences between the white has one why once a while popular in Texas and one's not And, the reason that that John Cornyn is not so popular is because he there's not an independent bone in his body. He just does he's told he does as he's told by his corporate special interests he does he's told by his party leaders and. You know that's very Texan. It's very Texan to have backbone and grit and integrity and stand up for your principles and so You know I don't really look at polling that much. Even fivethirtyeight recently said that Democrats in Texas are always going out will recently at least maybe not always are outperforming the polling in part because you poll people with a reliable voting history and we've been forty nine hundred fiftieth in voter turnout for decades. So who's reliable voter anymore when when you have double or triple the turnout at the polls, a lot of the people showing up to vote which by the way the people who are getting. Engaged to go and vote who haven't been reliable voters tend to be not good news for whatever political party is in power right? So we expect to outperform the Coles the polling we're we're a lot closer than Beto was in the polling against Ted Cruz and yet he's still almost beat him. So I, have every confidence that. After the debate we only have one scheduled that Cornyn. has agreed to he has kind of chickened out on the other to even though he told the Texas Tribune that he would be. Willing to do more. I think that he knows that he can't run on his record I. think he knows that the more Texans learn about him the worse it is for him we pick up a lot more of those independent undecided voters because my vision for this state is a lot more in line with Texas values in. Want.
One Strange NBA Lottery, and What We Learned and Laughed About
"Let's start with a little draft lottery reacts from your draft, lottery experts no dogs no. Timber Wolves won the number one pick in the twenty twenty NBA draft last night after winning the League's annual draft lottery many entered the night with a fourteen percent chance of moving up to number one the same odds as the warriors and the cavs for best in the League. Best chance at that. So here's the full lottery breakdown for you guys at Number One, the wolves to warriors three Hornets four, bulls trae. Hawk six. Seven Pistons Eight Knicks Hilarious. Nine. Wizards. Ten Sons, Eleven Spurs twelve kings thirteen Pelicans and the fourteenth pick in the lorry goes to the Celtics by way of the Grizzlies. So the big winners yeah. Besides the wolves were those two teams that made significant jumps, you had MJ's Hornets moving up to eighth and trays bowls moving up from the seventh position. All the way up to number four congratulations to you is that a win in your books you'll love to see it. Somehow the Bulls aren't drafting seven I don't even remember what that's like what a summer for the Bulls Boylan, his gone second place in horse and now the fourth. Everything's turning up for Chicago I'm. Thrilled
Dallas - MJ Hegar Leads Royce West In Texas US Senate Democratic Primary Runoff Election
"Incumbent Senator John Cornyn. November is the top issue for the Democrats to primary runoff candidates facing off today. Carol, these Austin bureau chief Chris Fox Rewards Air Force Veteran NJ Hager and State Senator Royce West are both focused on winning the general election. State Senator Royce West says his 27 years in the state Senate may came the most qualified to beat Senator Cornyn in November. He has just done everything that the president and Mitch McConnell wanted him to do what I've frankly representing dangerous attacks and J Hagar says Corning's out of touch with the top issues facing taxes. He doesn't think Social Security is a big deal because he's not worried about Because he's on three taxpayer funded pensions, and he doesn't think our health care system is broken because he's never been discriminated against for a preexisting condition. Hagar leads in the latest polls, 32% to 20 over Senator West in
Interview With William Hill
"All right, so tell us who you are, and what you? So, my name is William Hill some people may know me as MJ mostly for people who've known me like for a long time. But most senior software engineer currently at new relic now before we get more into what you do, and your background and everything. This is a question that I've been asking. You know guests I guess for the past few months now for the show, but like we're recording this now in the middle of a global health pandemic. So how are you holding up with all? All this going on I'm doing about as well as to be expected. It hit at a really I mean it's never an opportune time for global pandemic right, but it had a pretty it offered to tie for me because I already accepted the job in new relic, so was like basically transitioning between two jobs, and I had planned to have six weeks off. You know starting at new relic, so I was GONNA. Have all these plans I was going to travel? I had like two conferences. I was GONNA speak. It already had tickets a couple of NBA Games. I was GONNA like go through all this stuff. And you know obviously none of that happened so but just kind of sitting back relaxing. You know since I was fun employees for several weeks at the beginning of the pandemic, so it just kind of caused me to slow down for a little bit and. Capone from video gaming. What is it like kind of being unemployed because I know that like folks are in various states of working or not working unfortunately. During this time, but what's it like in that transition stage with all this is happening right now. It was a little nerve wracking on going into it, because like I said at already accepted the job before the pandemic really started to the curve released to ramp up. So like I said I had all these plans with my employment that I was looking forward to doing it was going to be because it's so rare as an adult to of get time off. Tear voluntarily getting time off knowing that. Hey, I already got something else lined up, so let me take some time off. Just kind of breast recharged and have some fun. So going into it. It was like Oh. This is going to be great, but then it quickly turned into like a nerve wracking experience, because I'll say I'm leaving a very very stable job and you know, keep an eye on the news keeping an eye on the at blind and stuff like that where I'm seeing all these technically also just layoffs in general crap. They you know I'm going to a new job. I don't WanNa. Be like you know the last hired and first fire so. I kept having conversations with my. Who's going to be my new manager and I was like Yo. Like is our house. You're looking. Because I've lived this other job which was pretty stable. I was already set up. You know to work from home with them, but I didn't want to take that leap in these strange times, and then get the accidentally in. There'd be left without a job. Yeah, I mean that's a hundred percent fair. A very fair invalid feeling I mean granted with the way that they've just sort of check out with the pandemic you have industries like the service industry you know restaurants bars, but also hotels and things of that nature like in the hospitality industry that are suffering from this, but tech is also having big cuts. Was Reading the other day about Uber lift having pretty big cuts. I know Airbnb just laid off like a large, I think most of their design team like It's affecting a lot of industries in different ways, and so that's a a really kinda valid point. Did they SORTA? Reassure you that like you were fine like we hire you. You're good. Don't worry about it. They! Did they kind of you? Know says they are already a public company. They kind of share with me. Manager kind of share with me. The financials the with me that he could. And even just the nature of their business motto. Me To believe I would be okay. Yeah, because their whole thing is application performance monitoring, so you kind of think of a large large ECOMMERCE, large streaming site, or something like that they will use new relic service to monitor the health of their application, the health of their servers. You know high performance is and stuff, so everyone being stuck inside that leads the people you know doing virtually everything online now whether it's streaming whether it's shopping or whatever. Their business model actually Kinda Linda itself to more people being online and dealing with larger amounts of web traffic. Once I kind of thought about it from that perspective. I'll say. This actually if I was going to go to a company, that's probably the business model of company. I will want to go to during these times where there's GonNa. Be a heavily increased traffic on the web yeah. Also I mean it's good on them for being open and transparent with you about financials. A lot of companies do not do that. At all, so that's good that they are being upfront about that with you. Yeah, because I was nervous, man like I can imagine that's that's a scary feeling. Yeah, because I had everything pretty stable in my at my previous job. You know I was leading a team there. Yeah, you know that will head a government job yeah man. Like. I was I was I stayed if ever wanted to. Retirement about. But yeah. I was like I wanted I was looking forward to making the leap and I'd already kind of accepted a job before everything happened, but man. The world changed in a blink. Yeah.
Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott contract rumors continue to swirl amid negotiations
"Lesson here with the cowboys and Dak and Prescott the last time that they did in one theory of these working towards working in two thousand out thirteen a contract with Tony Romo. before the July Six Fifteenth years one hundred Deadline. eighteen million For them and to get Romo a deal couldn't done. be That's franchise fifty tag four could days awaited. from Instead now in Dallas. he got Of a guarantee course place of the fifty exclusive five franchise million and eighteen tag point on one Dak million Prescott average. back in The March guarantee and since was then. the second It feels most like there's among been a quarterbacks lot of talk now very in fairness little to movement. Prescott Romo was Get working to the bottom off a sixty of this already. seven Water million dollar is standing contract by and Prescott a made about bunch four of numbers million got on floated his rookie out deal there yesterday. so There was a sort little of racing bit of a difference around there the Internet for those for a guys little while. a huge I always difference. wonder Obviously when in so that many sort of ways thing I happens I think if is I'm a fan if there today is an the agenda. question I What want can to ask you tell you us is. about Is where there things any stand reason right now? to be concerned? That deal doesn't get Well done by posturing July fifteenth. are always a part of high profile Well there's always sports a reason contracts like reason we're talking to be concerned about here. because when you get to that The deadline facts are it what can really crop matter. up Greenie pretty as fast. you know But when in twenty fifteen I believe again the cowboys another history have lesson Dez offered Bryant Dak had the Prescott franchise tag something approaching and that a went five right year. to the deadline Thirty minutes five before the deadline. million dollars He signed per his year year. Seventy deal million which dollar would contract be with the cowboys what? Russell Wilson and makes as they the were highest able paid to get player that in the done NFL after he was not but really Prescott around during run the off season adamantly right. Now there's denied really to nothing me that Prescott that they've missing proposed on forty the field five million dollars because of this virtual for a off-season fifth program. year has now I've been reported. a feeling that greedy. According to my sources We're GONNA go of through primary this for another difference fifty between four days back and on and that fifty the cowboys fourth day you'll is that see they the cowboys WANNA four and Dak year Prescott deal. The come cowboys to an agreement want all right. a I five have a year. Deal or book longer us for live on and that one morning source tacos. told me. We'll Greenie definitely that need while then. there's no If agreement that's what it's GonNa on get the money done. Thank you so that much. the Well parameters have a great on weekend a per all right. year He's basis here's or close my crew enough today. I've got Mike that Tannenbaum they feel they're and within I believe striking making his distance first in appearance that regard on. and that Get there up is this morning a deal and it to will certainly be made not be the but last the is fact our buddy that New fact Rodney remains Cabbage. green. That Who will get to in four a second but years might want to start is with you because what when Prescott we saw these wants numbers anything flying around else there yesterday as a total and then almost nonstarter immediately considering everyone he was saying. took This the isn't risk true. of My playing first out thought his contracts is all. The recent back quarterback to when contracts this first started. have I been had a four lot year of players extensions on here saying so the team for actually the report had five to get out there or to start more trying years to make. of Dak player Look control. bad to try and turn That's sentiment not the case against here him. Does it has feel played to out you his contract. like? That's what's It almost going on never here happens with a high profile quarterback thoroughly in the NFL. indirectly. But it has I could here see and Jerry. that's Jones been that's speaking created of some friends and some associates unique
Von Erich Wrestling Family Curse
"Welcome to ghostly stare von Erich family curse. Go-slow is a podcast. That comes out every other week each episode we take it goes story or paranormal event. And look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real in. My job is debate those pieces of evidence and get you the listener prepared to vote on. If it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that subscribe button as always we are your host. I'm Pat I'm Rebecca and we have with us a special guest that has been on the been on ghostly more than anybody else can hold on. I'll take that record. Yeah it's Bob from Bob after dark. Oh Hey there everybody. It's Bob from Bob after dark. That's me that is you Mr Bob Anderson. Hello Everybody Hi Pat. Hi Rebecca. Hi So What's been going on with you guys. The question question. Let's do it in a positive way. We just had Chicago's paranormal panel. Also that was a lot of fun. You've been bill and Ted Today. Most excellent each other do. It was Super Fun as Friday night on Youtube Youtube slash. Go See podcast. You guys can go check it out and it was a lot of fun. Ursula told some crazy crazy stories about Hancock building in Chicago stuff that I did not know about And spiders such usually horrify spiders from Mars and good addendum to our poltergeist episode for sure That was stuff that we touched on in that but she definitely had more to say And then Steve Michaels who wrestler so related a little bit too are today Told me some things about. Msi that museum science industry. That I did not know about so people don't know what is like college at first after. Hospital of some sort of the Surrey State University Institute exists. I don't know but Yeah anyways it was. It was a lot of fun. Let a good story. So Yeah. Well we have a lot of episode ahead of us So we're going to save more of this kind of discussion for the end. The right now. We have to get to the listener mail and I know. Rebecca has a very special one disease. Finish up the series of finishing they. Mj series the third word steamed right with our Last ants Stuff going on on. Espn No this one is a little long but I wanted to just finish it out. So just as a reminder. This is a family that has now moved into a second house and the entity has now moved across the street into the House with them again. The little boy like let the thing in so let's continue absolutely in March of two thousand nineteen. We had decided that we would add a puppy into the mix. I don't know if this is what caused to what happened. What happens next to happen but it seems like things started to get worse a few weeks after we had gotten our dog we had seen the entity more often and it wasn't shying away anymore it would start flickering the lights and slamming cabinet doors. There were constant cold spots. My son started to think there was a monster in the bathroom and the kitchen. All places where weird things started escalate in May of two thousand nineteen so not that long ago? We woke up to our dog crying wanting to go side. He's using the bathroom. My husband took her out and she refused to come back in. My husband dragged her back into the house to the smell of sulfur or eggs. He woke me up to verify that I had also smokes something off. We searched the house that it was stronger from the back of the House. Where the kid's bedrooms were. We got the kids and took them outside. We called our landlord and said that and they said there could be a gas leak. They sent someone over to check and it was a gas leak after that gas leak. We decided to investigate other places to live. I liked that this family follows the rules. Get Out Right. At least they're trying. We packed her belongings. And they're the entity was again looking at are things at this point. I was done. I I yelled. Is this what you wanted? We're leaving and do not follow us. Something seem seeming to hear me Russia. The dining room to the back door. Slamming the door. She's a she's a tough lady. Talent is entity. Yeah all right. We had moved into a rent to own on Thursday June. We had originally seen this house's something we could make our own a way to get away from all the things that we've been dealing with it. The previous you places had everything moved in by Saturday. Still were working on a packing that first Sunday of living in this new residence. I was moving things around. And the kids were in their My husband was outside with our dog when I saw the dark. Figure a get so like moved to tone totally new house there. It is again the Third House Third House. It was standing just by my side of the bed. Just watching me. After about five minutes of just standing there started to move towards me. I grabbed the kids outside on the first Monday of living in this new residents. I was laying down on the couch in the living room with my daughter underneath the AC unit. Because it was in June Kansas so a little warm in the house. My son was playing on the floor in the same room as us by husband was setting up the house. Our dog started whining to go outside. Seeing I was with the kids my husband. Said said he would take the dog outside to do your business when she was done. She refused to go back inside the house again. She kept arguing toward the House and tried to drag my husband away from the door trying to drag him down the driveway. He ended up putting her on a chain right outside the front door and came back inside. He opened the door. The smell of sulfur hit. He asked me if I had smelled it since we were sitting low to the ground in constant movement of air from the AC unit. We hadn't initially smelled it this time. The smell was overwhelming and not at all like just a few weeks previously that we so we determined to the gas company to be called instead of waiting around on the landlord to get back to August and the gas company told us we needed to get out of the House immediately and get as far away as possible. We all sat outside in the car Sitting in the street is far away from the house but still close enough for the gas company to ask questions if they needed it after. The gas company came in surveyed the leak. They determined that if we were to go to sleep in that house. We may not have woken up for sure. If we laid our daughter down she would not have because the gas leak was coming from her room.
Would Michael Jordan Rule in Today's NBA?
"Kirk. So I I swear. I promise we're not here to debate. Mj versus Lebron. At least not until the end of the interview believe me I have my stance. It is locked and loaded. We'll get to that. I don't want to alienate half the audience before we begin so over the last few weeks. Those of us who have watched the last dance have borne witness to the greatness. That is Michael. Jordan and that greatness does inform the Lebron debate insofar as it has reminded us of how dominant Jordan was but of course he was playing a different era. Basketball was very different from how it is today which can make it hard to compare those two players or to evaluate how Jordan would fare in today's NBA. So let's start here and established that point of comparison. What was the league like Jordan came into it? Well Jordan came into the in nineteen eighty four and it was a very very different place. The best players in the League at that time or Magic Johnson. Magic Johnson Larry Bird bird again. Larry saying the crowd here. This is what came to see. Kareem abdul-jabbar was still really good Long story short meaning the the NBA was run by big men just as it had been since its entire district and eight of the ten highest play players by the time Jordan even retired centers Jordan was drafted in Nineteen eighty-four just to give you an idea dominant. How valuable centers were sixteen of the twenty previous? Mvp Award winners heading into the one thousand nine hundred four eighty five season worst centers so Jordan entered an MBA. That's fair to characterize as a centers -ly And obviously it's very very different than what we're describing here in twenty twenty. So how big of a deal was it? That the best player in the League Michael Jordan was a shooting dude. You can't overstate. How big of a deal. It was really weird. I mean magic had showed us that point guards could be great. Bird showed us the power forwards and shooting. Forwards could be great no. Mvp had ever come from the shooting. Guard position nobody had really ever dominated the leak or won championships from that position or in that way and again one of the main things the makes Michael Jordan's such a special character in NBA. History is that he deformed the various static of MBA greatness. disrupted to use the term from from Silicon Valley. What it meant and what it looked like to be. Nba superstar love deformed as a verb because it sort of implies that he bent the League to his own. Will he did that man? I mean he came in there and it was violent and it was beautiful and it was for the betterment of the future of the sport a couple of weeks ago. You're at a piece about why. Michael Jordan was such a transcendent score. Can you explain what it was that? Made that dominant so unusual. Yeah well it starts with the fact that he's a he's a guard and again to contextualize it against what was going on in the eighties. Nineties is is shooting guards in wings didn't dominate the NBA. We had the occasional superstar like Julius Irving. So I'm not GonNa say that he was the first star wing but he was a jump shooter. Long Story Short. He was a jump shooting guard. Who could attack the Rim and boy could he attack the rim? So the early part of Jordan's careers. Obviously marked by these highlight jump. Man Silhouettes the dump contest leap from the free throw line and Chicago. Stadium can picture that in our head along Dominique to Michael Jordan but by the end Meena Jordan would beat teams with just incredible mid range shooting And if a majority of buckets in the last dance season in that second repeat came off of the mid range jump shots that either came from post plays Dribble pull-ups quick stops just an endless array of mid range jumpers. Mj On the way away. Jumper and one scout told me a really stuck out is like I've been watching the last dance for eight hours now. I haven't seen the same move twice. It's not like he had to go to move over and over again. All those phase pretty close but man he he did it all but he did it in this area that we don't use very much anymore. Aka Amid Ridge and he's also very difficult shots right thinking about it this way. If you're going up against the Bulls in his nineteen ninety two or nineteen ninety-seven and year in opposing coach. Year number one objective is pretty clear If you can stop or slowdown Michael Jordan. You have a chance. If can't you don't So almost every night the Jordan played he would get the other teams best defender. And that person would WANNA play their best game of the year because everybody in their Rena was watching it and so he did. This eighty two games a year to put up the best sort of scoring numbers in the League against the best defensive performers in the league so you made a heat map for Jordan and then in the same story you made one for harden and you put them next to each other and trying to comparison it almost looks like urban and rural America right or like to to heat maps. That are just wildly different. Almost like people playing different sports one hundred percent in hardened deserves all the credit in the world for becoming the best score of this era but this era is dominated by sort of this moneyball dogma efficiency efficiency efficiency and when you look at James Harden shot signature. You see a guy who shoots near the hoop. He's great Basket attacking guard like Jordan But then away from the painting of the student only shoots threes. He avoids the Mid Range just like he avoids a shaving cream. And and then when you look at say Jordan you see almost the exact opposite remember that old image of Pan Jia and how the continent sort of fit together these two shots hearts kind of look like South America and Africa. Where Jordan is one shape all mid range and then a hardest jump shot activity is sort of surrounding that all three point airs. Jordan didn't shoot a lot of threes.
1997 NBA Finals RewatchaBulls With Ryen Russillo
"Rewatch ables. We're doing the entire ninety seven. Nba Finals concentrate in the last two games. But this is such a fascinating document in so many different ways. This is. Jordan has become unassailable. Great at this point he's a superhero. Were all assuming he's going to be He's GonNa come through every step of the way. No matter what obstacle Utah Team. That had been around for a long time. We didn't really have a feel for them. Not Enjoyable to watch. We're about to cover bulls go sixty nine and thirteen. This is the culmination of just a brutal twenty months that we talked about on your podcast. And we did the wizards pod were they had hit this. This point of their basically the Beatles at this point this travelling circus. They're covered differently than any sports team ever. All that stuff jazz go sixty four. Eighteen eleven three in the playoffs. They beat the Lakers. The clippers and famously the rockets stockton hits the three The Lakers series. That was the Kobe ball series kind of lost in the shuffle where Shack first-year Eddie Jones Nick Van Exel. Pretty even series. I I remember in the moment thinking. Oh the Lakers beat Utah. You always loses. Utah's done and wasn't the case. It was MVP. Carl Malone still being an MVP so any we get to the finals and the subplot emerges the real MVP versus the guy who won the MVP but then this whole other thing about no Karl Malone was actually offered this year twenty seven and ten incredible defensive player such a good passer the double team. The whole offense is built around him. You know he's a deserving. Mvp where did you stay in in nineteen ninety seven on this question heading into the finals? Do you remember your do. This was none of us like watching. Utah back then okay. No-one did and even though there was never series of ours necessarily rooting for Jordan. I was I wasn't rooting for the Utah Jazz it just it was the NBA finals. It was on an there wasn't anyone. I was emotionally connected to about the entire time now because I was a huge Barkley guy and I know I'm biased. I've always thought Barkley was better than Malone and I think these this series is does not this. This is a bad series or Karl Malone fans by the way it's awful You had the number one guy in the history of the League setting you up on every single possession your entire career and malone was a really good shooter for big. He was incredible as a rebounder. He's pretty good as a passer as a closer on the wing was putting the knee up like pretty. Yeah Yeah and dude. He played every game. He played every game and he was actually a real tough guy. Like when he and Robin getting into it. There's part of me like want him to fight. Rodman for real because he would've twisted Rodman up. I mean he just he just would've but whenever I see some of those dollar memes about five four three build your Dream Team. Carl Malone's always unlike the four dollar line when he's on it and Barclays always on the three dollar line and when I think of peak bark versus people alone I know who I'm taking I'm taking Barclay. I wouldn't even argue it. But the the composite the full stat picture of WHO Carl Malone is is incredible so the fact that they're in this finals they have this incredible record. They're awesome at home. They have this amazing homecourt atmosphere. That's like ruthless. Which is part of the Rodman story when he says something about Mormons and gets fined. And then there's a weird Jim Gray interview where he starts crying before game six it. He was out to lunch. The sears right. He's he's so bad in the closing game I respected what Stockton and Malone did but it might have been the first time I was realizing something that you and I have just started talking about more and more the separation between playoff basketball regular season basketball. That if you'RE GONNA run this pick and roll with these two hall of famers you're GonNa win a bunch of games but when I look at Utah in the series there's like three or four guys who Utah they wouldn't even play in today's NBA. They're playing minutes in the NBA finals. So you have the two thousand seventeen finals. Golden State averages one twenty one point six a game ninety one shots a game in the finals games. The cavs were one fourteen point. Eight nine point two goes again this ninety seven finals and it gets worse. The next year the Bulls for the series eighty seven. Point eight points. Jazz were eighty seven. Point two seventy four point eight field goals for the bowl. Seventy one point two for the jess say that the differences. What how many shots? The difference is basically thirty five shots again towed out a lot of that too. You could talk about. It's not even defense. It's not in both teams. Were slow paced teams. Chicago'S SLOW PACED team. Because they're running their stuff but when you're running these side pick and rolls or malone a pin down where somebody comes up only to try to get it back to him in the post that takes time and that's what they did
MJ stands firm on 'Republicans buy sneakers' quip
"In the latest episodes of the year span documentary the last dance hall of Famer Michael Jordan didn't deny saying the infamous Republicans buy sneakers too live back in nineteen ninety when he was asked to endorse Democrat Harvey Gantt in the North Carolina Senate race over incumbent Jesse Helms but he did say the quip was meant to quote as a joke here's the director Jason air on ESPN afterwards about that comment some of the more sensitive topics we we discussed he brought a lot of those things up himself organically through the conversation we had met first interview in the blue shirt so Republicans buy sneakers too that came up just as as we were talking about how he's been missed for trade media and how is misperceived by some people Jordan also talked about those gambling allegations the came up often during his career saying that he quote never bet on games but did admit that the joint he enjoyed betting on himself
Kobe on 'The Last Dance' brings out all the emotions
"Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant play game in MJ's last all star game Kobe's first all star game is a nineteen year old the locker room talk was interesting all the background on the agent getting a deal with Nike and the air Jordans the Mars Blackmon Spike Lee commercial that was awesome the whole beginning of be like Mike the Tony crew coach games at the Barcelona Olympics in nineteen ninety two the flash back to Clyde Drexler and the Blazers in the ninety two finals all of that I do you want to talk about at some point because I think there's some really interesting stuff in there also no matter what else errors from this point forward episode five will always be my favorite episode of its documentary and I will explain why it moving forward well what I thought was really poignant about episodes five and six and it really started at the end of episode five but episode six shone a spotlight on the heavy price and the responsibility that come with the type of fame that Michael Jordan had has but really at the height of his basketball career he was as recognizable as any figure on this planet he and the president of the United States and maybe in some cases more recognizable depending upon the age group and yet you can see in nineteen ninety eight through this season that was actually documented with the camera crew the heavy weight of fame the obligations the responsibilities the phrase was be like Mike and yes despite him flashing the pearly whites and the Gatorade commercial and ends the implication that everyone wanted to be like Mike because his life was unlike any other behind closed doors what was he talking about getting away having the followers of his hotel room not having to deal with the obligations of the responsibilities not having to deal with prying eyes and nonstop questions end what else comes with fame edit it doesn't have to be his level of fame it comes with having a public platform anyone and everyone tells you how to live your life I'm not famous not even close but the public figure that I am does yet now Michael Jordan have social media during his time but everyone wanted to tell him how to live his life I experienced that in the beginning when I first started with social media that was the most annoying part everyone giving me advice and telling me what I should do and what I should do when social media is only a snapshot of who I am and most of its because of work people assume they know you because they hear from you or because they see what you put out there on social media but as Michael Jordan said repeatedly over the course of these two episodes on Sunday night nobody knows Michael Jordan you don't spend five minutes with the guy or any guy or gal and know that person you don't know that person because you see him play basketball you don't know that person because you'll spend a few hours with them and what do you say in in in a really I think really powerful moment in which he was tired he was exhausted mentally was worn out physically he said people say they want to be like Mike for a day for a week that's not being like Michael Jordan if you really knew what it was like to be like Michael Jordan you wouldn't want to you wouldn't want this I mean that's coming from the guy who seemingly had it all but yet couldn't get away from the prying eyes and the nonstop questions and everyone weighing in about his life and telling him what to
Penn State Cinderella Story Continues, Pat Chambers discusses his team
"All right. We'd like to welcome in Penn State head coach Pat Chambers One. Eight of his last nine coach chambers. Welcome to the world's greatest podcast with Greenberg dockage. Dan Open things up because he is the big ten Guru Guru. I like it. Hey coach last night what happened. We didn't make implicity the voting go in the basket. That's a big leads with that. That's the truth the balls gotta go in the basket for you to win the game. I mean it was a rock fight. Both teams played extremely hard It gives you all know Brad credit for what they did defensively on Stevens and our shooters and then I was fantastic me. He was hurt for about four or five days there and he comes back and he looked healthy and strong and extra little kicking his step for sure he looked fresh. I think that's why he's able to make any place down the stretch for them. Forget about that that game. You won't eight in a row. You want eight zero at Penn State. You've got sixty wins in two and a half years already. Which is absolutely incredible. Most wins in the three year period. I think if I'm not mistaken in the history of Penn state and he's got a lot of season left. How did this group happened? I guess is the best question each. That's why he loved dockage right. He just wants to talk about the negative sake us right. Oh recent Yay balancing. I was conscious classic. Look I just think Lamar Stephen Staying? The course and Mike Walk and staying the course. The older yet veterans Guys that are loyal. Loyalty is is very. As you guys know loyalties everything these guys committed state committed to not only but the staff at each other the players in that locker room and the program so at Penn State. You GotTa get older and you gotta stay old now. We gotta stay old and Dan you were you. Were there at the pleasure when these guys were freshmen. We've played each state. You knew we building something special. We just have to stay the course. We have to be patient and fortunately city Barbara was patient And that's why you're able to to go through some growing pains and learn and get some shared experiences. And that's why you're able to you know as SEF just said sixteen sixty wins in the last three years. It's a great accomplishment for these kids. Twenty and six Penn State two games out of first place with Maryland. I think I don't think Maryland has an easy schedule. I think this could still get very sexy coach. Talk about Lamar Stevens. His his sidekicks other than Watkins are gone from that game but man is he been good. We'll real steady Really Mature Really grown up In his approach and everything he's doing from from cold cubs yoga to getting it. Sure shot's taking care of his body take and then his leadership ability and autos and in the locker room that practice is a kid. Who's you know? We only got a few weeks left of the season regular season and he still bought into the culture of doing all the little things that we need. Do to keep getting better. And that's been his message. You know he guys what we can get a lot better. We gotTA clean this. We gotTA CLEAN THIS UP CLEVELAND. So if we can do that now you really. GonNa put put ourselves better position. I mean we're a great position now but he wants more. He's hungry for more. I mean he's gotta be up there for for player of the year in this league. I mean there's I know guards it and I know thirty. Counting cash is another straight players. But Lamar Steve has got to be in the conversation. Now you played last night. You've played it for a while now without your second leading scorer Myron Jones. What what does he bring? What's the timetable to bring them back? See Dan I'm learning this thing here. I'm trying to create some news out of this question and that was the kind of newsy question. Dan's radio show now. This is something different dad. We J. for sure. Obviously we're evaluating. We want him to be as healthy as possible before we bring them back on the floor. I think we would be doing him a disservice if we brought him back any earlier. So let's make sure he's as healthy as possible so we can really contribute any safe. You know that's important kids. Safety Ethic is what Penn State's all about But to lose your second leading score and go three and one is about the depth and you guys know this you know. We've never had that type of depth in my tenure. We're talking about Mike Tenure I was never able to go seven eight nine deep and this year. We were able to do that for the most part now. Mj's down guys have been stepped. Brockton has been stepping up tomorrow. Wheelers stepping up Curtis Jones has been stepping up as long as we get contributions from everybody we. We can continue to compete. Continue to get better. Hey you mentioned your Athletic Director Sandy. The importance of for one somebody sticking with someone Santa. Barbara's been amazing Look I Texas Texas Tech. Today we need to do a case study other directors need to watch not jump the gun and go find out what might win the press conference or make the public happy I think it's she's been inside the walls here. She's been inside the program she sees what we're doing a culture wise inside a lock room. She comes to practices. She sees developing our players. And how we're getting better and You know I think it's all pay off both of us. How about the environment? I you know you go to Penn State. It's got this great name obvious identity but I was so. They had some issues with the football situation but the environment. What makes Penn state like when you when you take that job? It's a big job and all those other things it's more money and and that's great now that you're there now that you're having success. What makes it the right place for you? Because let's face it as coaches? You're only as good as last season you can you? Can you know people have short term memories I? It's not an easy job. So what makes it where you say you know what not only can I win but I can sustain it? I mean what's the key to sustaining? Besides just getting players. Yeah. I think it's buying. I think you both would agree with that right. Top top down by into what we're trying to do complete and total investment into making. Sure that look we.
How Kobe Bryant shared the Mamba Mentality with the next generation
"About the passing kobe bryant and his daughter jonah he just passed away january twenty six twenty twenty early on in the morning from helicopter crash died died at forty one his at thirteen and it's just so unfortunate and still surreal even still villages saying it i can't believe it it's something that you know he's such a big icon enter die at such a young age is just mind blowing and it's hard to really grasp and he has one of the greatest legacies in the sport of basketball he's he's one the greatest athletes of all time and something that you know will forever forever be quoted forever be trying to be replicated indicated is mambo mentality and it's something that can't really be define although he did his best to do so mama mentality is basically basically just pure concentration pure focus on what you're doing and the two nasty to make it a reality he competed competed like none other the only comparison really i can have is to MJ who you know is heralded as the goat still but he was the closest thing to it and i think like i said he was he was the MJ for this lost generation on in on the biggest stage in LA too with the bright lights following reputation like showtime he kept going he was the fire that kept LA going his pure timothy and everyone my age maybe even younger a little bit older as well if you're crumbling of a piece paper and you're thrown into the trash you're young kobe i never did of course 'cause i was never really a big fan of him but a whole generation with would be yelling kobe and it's funny because just a couple of days ago i saw people tweeting saying that it's sad how nowadays no one does that because he hasn't been in the league time ah for a couple of years now and you know that's that part of his career's kind of being forgotten the whole kobe be was saying like curry we now and stuff like that just different new stars people even say like lebron or something i don't know it doesn't sound as it doesn't ring the same as when the people yell kobe just starring trash away
Kate Upton; Model, Actress, and Founder of Strong4Me
"Welcome to skimp from the couch. I'm so excited to be here okay. So we're going to jump in Skim your resume for us. It's been a crazy awesome journey. I started modeling when I was fifteen. I am like a real adventure heart and convinced my parents Let me travel the world at fifteen and working to get yeah. I couldn't convince them to let me stay out to Oleg. I had like my big break at eighteen when I met with. MJ Day. Ah and was a part of the sports illustrated family and went to meet with and work with some of the most iconic people in the industry you know from Ana Wind Tour Tony Goodman Steven Meisel Corinne Rafael Steven Gan. It's just been an awesome journey and made me. I understand my body like I'm losing the skin part of my resume. Um made me really understand my body starting from the place ace of just being the typical model which was like skinny skinny skinny and I wasn't enjoying my life. I didn't have energy on set and I didn't have a whole life but I didn't have enough energy. Gee to go out with friends or be the best girlfriend. I could be so asserted working with Ben Bruno and we find the best way to ultimately love your body. Love your unique differences from everyone else and find your strongest bestself Matz ultimately why I wanted to launch strong for me is bring all that information to the everyday woman. So what is something that is not on your wikipedia page. We should know about you. There's a Lotta lies on I. Look Oh my God. What's the top lie that you're how did someone even make that up that I was a violin player and he's just own that for sure just I would hate to go to a party without a violin? They'd be very disappointed. Well lucky for you. Maybe not like he found while. I know you brought your sister here today and shouldn't have told us as your disturbed. So what is something. We should know about Kate. Sister did remember one thing that was on your wikipedia pedia pages that you graduated from Indiana University. which funny enough is where brother goes now? I didn't even realize that something that we should know about her. That like like no one else does. What was she an annoying younger sister? Oh Okay I was always motivated and driven and so sweet One thank you know. She did. HAVE MOM walk into school every single day. Try Yeah I mean at least fifteen into what do you mean literally until my mom was like I refuse to. IQ It'd be fifty. Yeah she's like you're embarrassing Scott. Housley I don't care where you and Marissa your mom then had to go to school every single day and like did you walk ahead while I was in college college. Yeah so yeah I mean. She's other people thought she's like come on mom. We're going to do you. I WANNA be the emotional support. Yeah I one of the most support I love just like you know having a little chat with her it has. It is one of the things that I don't often say that I have things in common with. I'm excited remodels. But before you were you. You were a competitive horseback rider. Yes and I couldn't compete but I grew up horseback riding and and love it. Yes she compete in college. I was on. I was on my college equestrian team for half a semester. So how old were you when you started competing. I think I was ten years old. When I started competing I really feel like the foundation of being around? Horses has helped me so much in my life. which is the hard work and being ready to get dirty and really put in the effort and learning about something new and the travel at winner on with competing? It's so cool at a young age that you were a pretty accomplished competitive horseback rider and then went on to have this career. Both things are very individual sports which interesting. Obviously there's a horse may have to have a connection. But how do you feel like that. Set you up to do what you went on to do. I mean I feel like it really helped because I was constantly meeting New People while traveling I was constantly out of my comfort zone in new cities. He's and competing. And then I did the same thing in modelling and I think individual sports which I've really learned from my husband is a whole different mindset. Where were you know I really had to get used to the whole team thing can be? Would you like to tell our listeners. Who Your husband is Justin Bieber Lambert? I feel like it's just a completely different mindset that I was able to fall right into and an individual sports jobs you have to represent yourself you are. You're you're only advocate and I was very used to doing that whether it was with horse trainers or judges or anybody in the industry so my modeling agencies definitely were a little shocked that a fifteen year old had as many opinions. I did especially where my career going before you were even able able to give those opinions to the agencies. You had to convince your parents that you're fifteen. You're getting literally walk to your classroom every day by your mom or your like totally really trust me to go across the world completely fine. How did you convince them to the greatest fun fact? I presented them with a five year. Plan I was like I am going to make a career out of this or go to college so I decided if I started at fifteen eighteen I was young for my grade and I could still be in my same age group going into call it a workout. Yep We're GONNA take a break from competing eating horses because it was very stressful a lot on the economy and everything and then that's when I was like great like I'll just go make my own money. Then ah I convince them and they came on a lot of jobs. My mom him down to Miami. I started in Miami with me a lot and she refused to go into my job though which was actually really great. Those probably the right. Yeah like she knew out but she was really wanted me to learn how to represent myself. If your mom's in a room you're going to depend on her we would have prep interviews or prep castings exactly how supposed to act or what I was supposed to say a walk with me so I could handle it myself and make it a career. I did she tell you to say I mean I was fifteen so from everything like how to be professional national how to respond like got into trouble like so. You're at an age where most people are in high school all but also starting to like go out and be social and you are living in an apartment with other models and your mom is there. Sometimes WHOA I was that age like for you because here you are doing something that is GonNa be the backbone into your career and you sound very driven and at the same time you are our young and beautiful and making money and living with a bunch of other girls away from your parents. What was your life like? I worked every single day and ultimately our still proving to my parents that I wasn't moving to Miami just to party so I was paying my own bills and working constantly and I always say models roles who get the reputation of partying doing drugs or either the ones not working or so rich. They're only working a few days year because otherwise you're so exhausted working working twelve sixteen hour days every single day. I remember asking to get days off when I got my period of like. I'm so tired. Tired conversations go agencies like just let us know if you need a day off. I'm like actually I need a week. I'm really curious because it is obvious. How driven you are in Daniel? Just said like clearly from your question career and into into modeling what obviously modeling is infamous for how harsh the criticism is internally. And you know this kind of striving for perfection and these ideals of perfection and we'll talk about the public criticism that you received which is ridiculous. I'm just curious what it was like for you emotionally every day at work to be told turn this way. Look this way. Don't smile like that like what did that do to you. It puts you in a different mindset mindset because suddenly you almost have to remove yourself from your body and just blackout and do what they say and it also leads. I think angrily young models to do that in their everyday life and just do what is being told of them because you can't really especially being a young model have have an opinion on set. It's it's definitely kind of a crazy mindset that puts you in a very very vulnerable place so when the outside critics came in it was so hard on me because mentally. I wasn't strong to handle when you think about you today as now a businesswoman. How do you translate those experiences at that? Young Age. Chew the businesswoman. You are today. Did it feel you did help you. compartmentalize where do you think it laid the foundation for you today. Yeah definitely only fueled me. It made me learn that I really need to speak my mind and that my opinion does matter because of all those experiences and you know there was so how many times onset when I'd be like way more efficient if they would just do this or if they would just shoot me from this angle. 'cause I already know that lightings bad it it's GonNa take three hours by would just keep my mouth shut because no one wants to listen to the model onset and now I'm like no. My time is worth something and I'm going to say it and we're going to move on. We're going to get this done right. Did you feel like you had a support system in those early years. You weren't the household name and you had those opinions. I mean my family was a huge support system for me but ultimately nobody in my family was involved in industry previously so they could only give me advice from their personal life experiences so I felt a little bit lost becoming well known it was like how do I deal with anything. Everybody was overwhelmed. No one really knew the advice to give me and then shooting the other woman cameron and Leslie gave me like just so many life lessons. That was such a fun movie to watch. I had fun and watching it and it seems like you guys had fun filming it so much fun. Filming US shade you find mentorship from Rotary with other models that were coming up at the same time or is it pretty competitive. I feel like it's not as competitive as people think because when you're a model it's up to the client. I'm maybe the only place that it gets competitive is your agents like Oh is my agent giving me those same opportunities or I should be doing this. I never felt like I was competitive. Have with other girls and you ultimately do work with other models so you become friends. You're in the same place. I mean everybody. She has jealousy but I didn't feel like it ran friendships or
Cannabis and The Road Ahead for Investors
"I'm let's start with cannabis though because we are wrapping up twenty and nineteen and I talked a little bit a with emily flip in a couple of weeks ago on this show she had gone into. MJ Biz Khan and you look at the coverage of that and it's and it's really from a stock perspective it is. I think the Uber Narrative of the year for the cannabis industry which is the loss of tens of billions of dollars in market cap of the biggest publicly traded cannabis companies bunnies. When you look at that as someone who analyzes stocks do you look at that and think a lot of this makes sense because has there was some inflation? That wasn't deserved or do you. What do you think when you look back on two thousand nineteen? Yeah so I think you have to look at twenty nineteen in the context of two thousand eighteen. So twenty eighteen was really the year of euphoria. You hype marijuana's going to take over. It's going to be a multibillion dollar industry and there's not gonna it'd be any speed bumps two thousand nineteen though was really the reality check ear so I mean this is an industry that is being built from the ground up and also the infrastructure I structure is being built from the ground up around it so with that twenty nineteen. We just saw a lot of missteps. We saw he kind of bumbled rollout in Canada there are some oversupply issues in Canada. There was also lack of access to product in Canada as well so all of the sales expectations that we went into twenty nineteen just did not pan out. That goes to one of the things emily talked about was when essentially you're creating an industry from whole whole cloth. It's not just a question of creating that industry. It's the support system around it and so here in the US among other challenges because there is not at federal legalization basic banking services is a challenge for so many of these businesses and unfortunately will continue to be challenged. Chris I mean you look at the Safe Banking Act which you know in two thousand nineteen it was all about. Oh the safe banking out. We'll come and they will actually see these businesses get access to things. I've just been able little process credit card payments but what we've seen in two thousand nineteen I think will be interesting. Even heading into two thousand twenty is a lot of these initiatives. They'll get started in. Congress will pass through the House only to stall in the Senate and of course the Senate being controlled by the Republican majority right now and so. I don't see a a lot of that changing as much as I would love to say in twenty twenty. It's an election year. Things are going to be turning around at least in terms of the the regulation side of things on the federal zero level. I don't see that happening. I think until number one I mean the big wild card right now is okay with the two thousand twenty election. Who's going to get elected president if you look look across the Democratic candidates right now all but one of course that being Joe Biden actually believe that? We'll see some sort of Legalization on the federal level but even so alternate comes down to the Senate will it remain under Republican control if that changes then we could start to see some movement on things. It's like this safe banking act even the more act which is attempting to expunge records also implement some sort of federal tax And Really D- schedule decriminalize marijuana but until that happens that's really the big question. Mark for twenty twenty. We talk every now and then about mindset for investors and it sounds increasingly like if you're looking to invest in cannabis more so than other industries. You have to ratchet up the amount of patients that you have in terms terms of your expectations because anytime you're dealing with the number of X.. Factors at the federal governmental level. That you just laid out then. Yeah I mean when we say we like to invest for five ten twenty years we do. It's just that ideally we're investing in companies that are also also offering us some type of return in the first one to five years but it seems like with cannabis there will be winners. There will be rewards for investors. But it's it's really gotta be something where your your patients is higher than normal. Yeah I think it's patients on one the hand but also too. I mean it's going to be slim pickings even going into twenty twenty because really what we saw in two thousand nine hundred ninety saw access to capital markets. Really start to dry up as we. I started to see a lot of the the hype and euphoria start to wane and so you have a lot of a lot of money right now that is sitting on the sidelines. Not Coming into the industry you have a lot of companies. It's really under a cash crunch so I think you'll continue to see into twenty twenty companies. Who won't make it But I think as long term foolish investors that also gives us tremendous opportunity. Because we can't afford to be patient there are companies out there Segments of the market within the cannabis days space that a really attractive attractive. I'm thinking about multi state operators There's a company called truly. It's a multi state operators based out of Florida. It's got about a little over forty dispensaries stories but they are planning to expand places like Connecticut Massachusetts California. This has been a very financially disciplined company. They're actually profitable on. The stock has been up here to date. I mean they have been one of the bright spots in a lot. That's been happening. But I think multi state operators right now have kind of been thrown Out with all the other bigger names. That have really had a very very tough year. I think that's one space to look at for long term investors. Another space. Chris that I think is really interesting. Are just some of the other picks shovels place. So I'm thinking about companies like n wave they make dehydration technology. We know a lot of these companies are trying to bring down the cost of production and canvas. This is a company. That's really expediting that entire process by helping them to dehydrate. The plants So that's it's another one that I really like a valid grow. Works there in extractor Emily and I had a chance to interview the someone from their management team. Really impressed by their strategy strategy and their place within the derivatives market so Canada recently legalized derivatives. We're talking about your edibles your cannabis infused beverages averages. This is a company. That's I think. Really going to be shaping what that looks like. So I'd say if you're a foolish long-term investor think about picks shovels plays and also think about on the US side the multi state operators. Should we expect to see certainly in two thousand twenty but maybe even for a a year or two after that consolidation here in the US. I it just seems like some of these. Smaller companies really can't sustain themselves absolutely absolutely. I mean there's it's only a matter of time before we start to see even more headlines with that heading into two thousand twenty And I think it's it's not even just among the cannabis players. I mean consumer packaged goods companies are really seeing this as an opportune time. Especially now that valuations pretty much been cut in half sometimes seventy five percent or more for a lot of these companies so yes. I think you'll continue to see consolidation. You'll continue to see partnerships and you'll continue to see consumer packaged goods companies coming into play as
Houston Chronicle, Editorial Board And Freddie discussed on Michael Berry
"Find somebody who loves you as much as the Houston Chronicle us Beto o'rourke the chronicle's editorial board has begun embarrassing itself this is like Freddie outside Eliza Doolittle's flat brownstone when she's living with Henry Higgins and he's out saying it on the street where you live it's embarrassing is terrible over the last year the chronicle has been one of the biggest cheerleaders for Beto and their love for him has not stopped over the weekend the editorial board just gushed over Beto pleading with him to drop out of the presidential race and come home to Texas to take on John Cornyn they adore Beto silly grandstanding behavior following the shooting in el Paso writing we aren't used to seeing candidates act like real people frankly it's made us wish Rourke would shift gears and rather than on pause his presidential campaign we'd like to see him take a new direction so Beto if you're listening come home drop out of the race for president and come back to Texas to run for senator the chances of winning the race you're in now are vanishingly small and taxes needs you good call let's have but blow another hundred million dollars I'd be great first in a bloody primary fight with MJ Hager then in general where is presidential run is given corn in ample ammunition come on home beta come
Mattel stock jumps 8% on reports of rejected merger offer
"Low-tech. Good morning, there will not be a big Birger in the toy business anytime soon Battelle based here in southern California rejecting. Another merger offer from bratz doll maker, N, G, A, M, entertainment, according to MJ's chief, executive officer CNBC's reporting response, Mattel, chief, legal officer, Rhode the company's board unanimously concluded the proposal was not in the best interest of Mattel, and shareholders, of course, Mattel, the parent company of Barbie and other popular toys, Mattel stock is taken a hit this year, but his rebounding, a bit today of about a dollar eleven dollars eighty cents a
Warriors embrace a new NBA Finals challenge with Raptors
"The NBA finals are set. It is the warriors against the raptors with game one on Thursday. It will be a showdown between the two best players in this postseason, Steph curry, his scored at least thirty points in five straight games and quite Leonard has recorded seven thirty five point games before the NBA finals joining MJ LeBron Elkin, Valer Hickey, Malaysia, one in Bernard king as the only players to accomplish that
LeBron James and the Winning Basketball Play
"Let me defend Kevin. So Steve Kerr came out and said I want him shooting thirty times a game. And I think Steve Kerr smart, but I think Steve Kerr's wrong here. Here's why I always defended LeBron James on this. Lebron always made the winning basketball play LeBron's not Michael Jordan, LeBron's not Koby. He's not he's more. Magic johnson. The Bronco criticized. Michael you almost always took the final shot first of all he didn't he let coach Steve Kerr impacts and take a lot of shots. Michael Jordan, did don't tell me Michael took the right shot, but LeBron came into the world post MJ in the middle of Kobe's career in the bronze like guy wide open on double team at night. And I always supported the let me support. Kevin Durant here. They were up by thirty doing it Kevin's way don't blame Kevin for the loss. No team in the history of the NBA is had what Kevin has Kevin Thomson Steph curry the three shooters on the planet are arguably Steph curry Klay Thompson, Kevin James harden and Tokai Reardon in there. So I disagree with this idea that you have to just generalize. Hey, my star player shooting thirty the warriors are different. They have arguably the two best shooting guard. It's the best back and history curry Klay Thompson is better than. Jerry West Gail Goodrich, which I grew up with is the best backcourt shooting in the history of the NBA. So it's a completely different paradigms and Kevin Durant. Saint Louis I can shoot you forty three percent over Patrick Beverley and get the hard to. But isn't this sport? Now about the easy three not the hard to and Durant's the best hard to shooter in the world. But Kevin's got it, right? Is I can do that. And I can hit that. But I got I got wide open world class shooters. I think there's been a way to play basketball and everybody knows now the worst shot in the league. Now, even though Durant best at it is a hard to and Durant. The best hard to shooter in the world. But the better shots, the easy three in Durant. San. I'm going to distribute to these world class shooters. If clay was on this team or Steph wasn't I would say shoop thirty. But I always defended LeBron this I'm gonna I'm gonna defend Durant on this. They're both the same guy. They're saying I'm going to make the right basketball play. And I will always we got too many guys mislead that don't do the right basketball play. They take bad shots when you can get a starlike. Lebron Durant goat. Now. I'm gonna do the right basketball. I love that. I'll defend that for the rest of my life. That's the way. I love the
"mj" Discussed on MJ Review Potcast
"Hear. That question. Why shouldn't you be able to ask your doctor? Hey, look, I've got flower. Oh, well, you know, you also have bronchitis. Maybe it shouldn't be smoking flower getting out of order something that he was talking about five go to the pharmacy. Medication and they're like have any question. Yes. How bad is this for me? Yeah. General tell the truth we should totally test that out. You guys can run your own sting operation on that one. So let's go into the stash what's in the stash. Let me check at the WD forty or four work. Actually, we bought a completely new stash box. So much nicer may I tell you it's made of rich. Mahogany, and it is lined with a nice silk like vinyl on the inside. It's a nice, smells like leather and wood. And we'd and all right. Let's particulate time. It's mellow. Sweet this time on the stash box. This dash box. So to do we have Joe lotto, buy gold leaf tells more. It's not ice cream. Oh, all right. I mean, I'm still excited but less so. Yeah. Yeah. I know I know, but I would try to eat it because also good Gillette. Oh. Larry Bird is a nice Indica dominant hybrid strain, and it's mix it. It's the mix of sunset sherbert and thin. Mint. Girl scout cookies, it's their sweet little love child. Originally from California and it made its way to Illinois. Thanks to gold leaf. Thank you leave. Thank you. Thank you. So the method of consumption was again flour. And the luck of this dense bud has dark orange hairs like fire dancing across a field of green and purple heavy header has blanketed with a beautiful spread of crystalline tricalm's as well. That is a description right there. Tell me more. The Roma this it's like walking into an Italian gelato Herria with a skunk walking around the back. Agility might be July store guys. Store. I'm not attack people that don't know. Yeah. Well, the more, you know. So this one. Yeah, it's mel's like Gillette astore Gillette there. Yeah. How are you set with a skunk walking around the back, and it's got a nice wonderful sweet citrusy meant like Roma. It is nice. It is just like the name and is nice the flavor profile. This one has an awesome sweet sherbert like taste to it. The cool thing about it. Is that Minty smell also has this Minty cooling effect that meshes extremely well. With the sweet citrus. Berry flavor almost making you feel like you have some some nice sherbert Gillette in your mouth. That's nice sounds incredible. I mean, we've had some very good strains on this one. Is this top tier strain right here. This one actually it was a hand hand trimmed premium line. So it was very nice. It is a little more rare, Illinois, Illinois. Unfortunately, but let's go into the medical benefits. So if you're feeling like, you just can't relax or feeling depressed. The strain is fantastic option from our experience this one eliminated stress all together and really up lifted all of our moods and back pain was curbed dramatically after about an hour put us right to sleep. So it's really nice for the end of the day. It's great for pain and great for insomnia on top of the heavy stress and depression reduction. So it's a nice all in one for the end of that night. It was recommended to us at from a patient at earth was definitely did the trick. I can attest to the whole falling asleep. I this morning. Took a three hour unintentional nap. Good personal anecdotes. And it was and you know, what? Thank you shout out to the man who recommended this one. It is. Up to par with everything. Well, now, go onto the recreational benefits. So Sheila does heavy euphoria inducing affects bring on a super, relax. Matthew, mcconaughey? Hey, days and confused type cool. All right. All right. Exactly. It will keep you calm as a cucumber and happy as a clan with his uplifting affects not to mention the artists, and you may come out with a highly highly creative side, the other cool thing about this. Is you have almost a laser like focus affect it really keeps you with a clear head. It doesn't cloud your mind. Like, some other Indika strains would. Yeah. You don't know we get that Edmund into now. It's really nice. And by the way, this one actually sits at a whopping thirty percent THC level. So ace. Ace strong lawn. I I've seen twenty six I think twenty eight point two is like the highest in Seattle when I was visiting there one time, I don't I don't think I've ever seen anything even approaching that other than a distant. Yeah. I've seen some, but there's not many so. A thirty percent is pretty nice if that's what you're into but negative effects. No. Always have too much of a good thing. True. Never can and dull djing in. You. Never can have too much of a good thing. You never can I would beg to differ. So the popular saying but continue on. All right dole djing into much of this. Tasty dessert will bring on an extremely dry mouth with very dry is which does not pair well with the anxious paranoid effects that could possibly occur. If you have too much. So please be careful know your limits. Start low. Go slow go slow like that. That's a good slogan that art. Host slow that people tell edible implementing that. Yes. We're that is now a part of the show start low. Go slow. So all that being that I give the strain five out of five leaves as an artist. I did notice the mind agile creative affects of the strain as well as Lee delicious Roma and flavor profile, and let's be honest who doesn't like to feel uplifted and happy all the while, reducing pain stress and depression era. You wrote five out of five leaves Jill auto by gold. Leaf sounds very lake you. Thank you Jalad. Oh, thank you, sir. Who recommended July auto gold, this one's awesome? Your name is not just a name. Deliver the goals of leave. I hope that they come out with a strain. That is literally gold. That very interesting. Just lots of orange hairs are you mean like old press super unhealthy smoking smoking metals Schorr goal. Oh, so we were talking about like just going and dipping noggin. Just a little bit of gold. Let you go in the the great unhealthy birthday Christmas gift to a loved one that you don't really love. I wouldn't recommend actually smoking it though. Yeah. Just keep it around. Well, you know, guys, let's close the stash I was at all right for the week. Thank you, Jake so much for your stash review time, thank you Marlon pleased for bringing up to date with the states. And, you know, thank you guys just being you. So sweet today only thank me. I thank you guys for being you. Oh, thanks nice to be included in the generality house. Somebody is a little too. We can definitely see the parties forming here. All right. All right. 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"He's able to go about his day. Part of the reason why I just wanted to tell this story is because it's it's not quite as fun. It's not quite as boisterous as what we've heard in the past. But this is just a quality of life. That's perfect. We want all stores said we want. We want serious. We want medical. We want fun. We want silly. That was beautiful. I'm really happy to hear that it's helping them Pat parents helping quite a bit just very small mount keeps it in. Check hasn't been in the hospital for two years now while that's amazing. Awesome. Thomas. I'm glad as did kind of have a happy ending. Oh, man. All right. Well, thanks Thomas. Thanks for Senate in that story. Thank you is. Well, we appreciate all the stories that you guys share. We love story. Sure. Do we we have a bunch of good ones? So I don't mean that we can't wait to tell the rest of them. Well, thank you guys so much for joining with us this week. We had a blast talking with you as always and. Remember to always pass it on. Thank you guys so much for tuning in. We are so excited to have you guys listening in just remember to pass it on to your left that it'd be to your friends or family or whoever it is that's to your left. Maybe it's your imaginary friend, if they can listen that really help us out tell them to leave us a review to on. I. Friend. Fire. Do not do that true to shea to Russia. Russia. I coined that. So. Instagram Twitter Facebook at m j review podcast, our website is MJ review podcast dot com. And if you guys have any stone or stories that you guys wanna share or any comments questions? Please Email us at MJ review podcasts at g mail dot com. Thank you guys. Take care.
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"Pepper. I mean it'll help but it's just there are some natural kills pistachios. Citrus. Oh, like, orange juice pepper to not maybe a whole shaker of it. Just don't put a shot class in their nine take that. Yeah. Again, it got to say maybe weird hobbies for you. Maybe other people just want to go out and get some salt and pepper pistachios. Spicy. Either way. There was are awesome things that can help you help bring you back from the edge. If you just walk a little bit too close or even go ahead and jump off. It don't do that. Don't do that. Don't evolve it. If it does at Chris. So much for that. Awesome review. Jake. I am you time really looking forward to trying that again. Are you gonna are you gonna use it with trick or treaters? I will. And I will be ghosting them on my train into Hayes. Okay. By ghosting. You're going to get an answer the door candy. Got from behind the curtain make sure that they see you and then just put the curtain back away. That's a good Halloween costume to be a ghost train. Caboose? A big scary ghost in the front. Good one. All right. We'll thank you guys so much for listening in. We just want to remind you to keep us in your rotation. And remember to pass it on to your friends family co workers people that you love people that you hate just. And please subscribe review that helps us out tremendously on all the podcasts apps that you guys are listening to and check us out on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter also. To where on their. Yes. Nineteen and our Email is M J review podcasts at gmaiLcom. If you guys have any questions comments just wanna give us some feedback or just want to say Hello or give us a stone of story. Just reach out to us at our Email. I'm Jay review, podcast edgy, mail dot com. Well, that's it. Thank you guys so much, and that's a wrap broke peace out.
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"Tastes. The medical aspect of this is pretty good. That's a this is a unique one in the sense of if you use more or less, it'll give you different affects. So this one is particularly good. When you use it less. Really helps with depression and stress. It gives you a really uplifting. Happy feeling after the effects kickin. So it's really great for that. If you start low if you keep smoking a little more this though, it's great for severe pain. Thanks to the high amounts of THC in this really good for bad back pain. Or if you're just having horrible of you broke your arm or something really, really, bad pain or chronic pain, really good for that. And then if you have just a little bit of this. There's a little bit of secondary medicinal benefits. I would say it really helps with appetite loss and mild headaches while okay? Yeah. So it it does have some nice medicinal benefits. Would you say that this is a strain to, you know, have your out for if in case you're under the new alternative opioid, Jack? Yes. Because it will last you out longer you'll be using less of it. You don't need that much for that. Instant because this is a super heavy hitter. Okay. So that that would be a really good one uplift your mood a little bit that being said recreational effects are pretty fun, but they can get a little a little unfunny if you use too much so like I said before dose low start low go. Hi, you've been warned you've been warned. But this one's definitely a fun strain as long as you're not a very anxious person that that's one of the negative side effects will go into in a second. But goes Trane Hayes delivers a really strong uplifting. Euphoria really heightens the mood brings a straight to your happy place that it's a really nice one for that. If you just wanna have a good time with your friends, you wanna laugh a lot giggly. You guys are gonna have a lot of fun. It also is good for energy, actually. So if you are feeling a little drowsy little hazy, this is kind of good to smoke in really small doses. During the day, it'll kind of Energi. Is you and then as the effects wear off the hazy relaxed state kicks in? So it's great for the end of the day were around like after dinnertime, he smoke some of us just a little bit a little a little bit of energy but couple hours go by effects wear off. And you're laxed. You're ready to go to bed. It won't put you to sleep. But sure will put you in a relaxed state like a great, bud. Yeah. And that's not even it there's more but late. Tell me tell me some microdosing this strain. So you don't really you're not really going to get very high. But if you really microdosing so you go lower than the low dose, and I suggested before than it really helps with concentration and inducing creativity. So it's great for artists of any sort interesting cooking, culinary painting, photography, whatever kind of the model. How much time do you guys have did co wilting? Like all day. But I feel like there's more that you're not telling us. You're right. You're right because people want to know the negatives. So every great thing has its negatives. They can't have too much of a good thing. So that being said since it is a heavy hitter. I'm going to stress it again, be careful with dosing this start low when you're trying this out. He take too much off the bat. It definitely can induce anxiety and paranoia. So be careful the dosage nobody wants to be paranoid. Nobody wants to feel anxious. We're trying to leave those. So be careful and on top of you also will have dry eyes and a dry mouth just like any other just like any other bud pretty much. You're gonna get some dryness. And also, you might have a little bit of a little bit of dizzy failing. Okay. So this is one where you definitely want to start really low in then build up because you can always smoke more. You can't really smoke less. Exactly. Exactly. Says more. So be careful overall though, this one I would give it a four out of five goes Trane Hayes. The only reason I'm giving this one four out of five just because you need to be careful at dosing. If you don't that's not gonna be fun with that being said four out of five stars fantastic strain. I love this one is a real heavy hitter. If you really into heavy hitters, if you if you don't have that much money, and you want to just get a nice, strong sativa strain that will last you a little while. This is a great one this one should appeal to you, then and just wanna reward everybody there is that little bit of double edged sword. Breaking help you with things iding, depression, but smoke too much, and it'll flip it in the opposite direction hundred percent true. Absolutely. So that's that's why I stress with this one be careful dosing start low. And if you go up from there if you are comfortable, and if you are a medical patient and just on accident. You do have too much. I think that we've got we can recommend. Yes. Actually. It's a fantastic product. Yeah. We heard about this undo the vitamin that. Actually, a natural all natural herbs or vitamins and minerals in there that lower the head high but still give you the minutes before benefits of it. Right. It won't take away. Your high completely however will take away that anxiety and paranoia feeling if you feel uncomfortable or stomach achey from it. It really helps with that. Honestly, I was skeptical about it. I was like this gotta be a placebo hands down see though. And then I took too much oil one day, and it's like, well, I can always undo better try that out. So I did and within like twenty twenty five minutes. I started feeling much better. I was able to enjoy myself once again, I was not feeling uncomfortable. Bill can't get their hands on some undo because it's still new product. It's not a. Everywhere we recommend CBD Mako CBD. Definitely, you know, levels out your, hi, I'm -solutely definitely can help level you out CBD can help combat that that psychosis that you're getting from too much THC things -iety or entire container full of pepper.
"mj" Discussed on MJ Review Potcast
"And that's one of our in future. And then we have Meshulam, of course, talking about his view of where he thinks is going with cannabis, and then we have our legal panel. We have lawyers from here in Colorado talking about some of the pitfalls of writing medical marijuana recommendations as doctor and then have some patients who suffered some legal issues result. Well, you might ask what are some of those problems the legal problems people might have? And there's a couple of things that people don't realize, you know, hospitals tend to take federal funds in half to follow. Some federal rules because of that so any baby born in a hospital in Colorado is actually diaper tested for the presence of teach see in their bloodstream or in their urine. Actually. And if the baby test positive for THC, the child protective services agency can come in and take that baby. Even if the person was using medically, so it's a real conundrum, and it's been a problem on. It's something that we have experts to address we also have a wonderful lecture by Dr Laura borger of the sky school of pharmacy, who's the world's foremost expert on cannabis in pregnancy and lactation, and she'll tell you whether or not that's a big deal if the baby test positive for teach or if it's no big deal. We do know that fetal alcohol syndrome was real in serious risk right yet. Guess what? There is no such thing as fetal marijuana syndrome. It doesn't exist. It is not a thing. So it's once again that actually may be a point. Where we don't have enough research one, you know, that one I am definitely personally as a female very interested to hear. She's a pretty amazing research. She's the world's far most expert on cannabis in pregnancy and lactation. So what else are you interested in? We probably got it on all we have an interesting one also on day one we opened the day with Dr Regina Nelson. She's a PHD. And Dr Nelson says right now if you're patient is death. There is only worn American sign language signed for marijuana. So if you're talking to your definition of cannabis the really isn't language to complete that encounter in a meaningful way. So she is working towards adding in new American sign language signs to describe medical cannabis and to help the doctor with that encounter. Wow. That is so neat. And it's called signs for the times. We hope to have everyone up there waving their hands in the air and figuring out new ways to talk to their patients. We've got some famous names coming to Dr Rachel knocks Oregon's who's a very. Sought after speaker, and we're really lucky to have her and she's going to be talking about some of the pitfalls faces so drug interactions cautions. In most cases, as we know marijuana's never killed anyone. But other drugs have I mean too much alcohol you die. Take too many of some certain pills, and you die dick too much marijuana. You have a bad afternoon, but it can have very bad afternoon, and you can actually exacerbate some other drugs with marijuana. They can make even worse. So she's going to be speaking on cautions drug interactions for us. That is definitely something that we in Illinois are questioning about our governor just signed in an opioid alternative act, and we have a very large amount of people finding up for cards. But just the bud tenders. They're telling us that they just are really nervous who's gonna be watching over the patients in their interactions with their drugs, if they have any liver issues in so on and so forth. But that will be definitely a good. Good stuff that we should share with people too. To you know, that's actually a good point. Then we're going to talk about that on a couple of our panels is different ways, different states approach medical marijuana. And how to work within the laws of your state to really help your patients, for example, doctor demoss actually works out of Miami, Florida, Dr previous works out of Pennsylvania. And then we have Dr Donna ball and out of NASA -chusetts on that's very different than the way things work in Colorado. We have Mara Gordon coming in from California where we have different laws once again. So we had a speaker last at our last one from Illinois that we talked about earlier than I think you've met Joseph Friedman actually pharmacy year and Joe's actually, a pharmacist and he works out of a dispensary advising patients. So everyone does it differently. And there's a lot of different approaches to take. But yeah, so are the ticket syllable. There are absolutely to still tickets available. We sold over two. Thirds, but there are still few left if you want to attend it is three day conferences starts on Sunday. So, you know, if you're brand new to medical marijuana, you wanna come all three days, if you already know the basics don't need that cannabis basic certification from Sunday come for Monday, Tuesday, if you're most interested in international research, that's they too. If you wanna look at into the future day three is really a great day. Or like, you said it's we've got a lot of women's issues on that day as well. And we have the legal issues will thank you so much Martha that was incredible to hear. So we are hoping that you guys are excited just as much as we are to go to this nj for MD conference, and we are going to be sharing everything that we find out that is beneficial for everyone to know that was just a huge stash of information. I think we just got so excited to actually be there this weekend to find out. Just what's going to be in that? Stash? Do you wanna see what's in my stash? I actually I think I might what's in you. Stand. A good one this time. It's a little bit festive Halloween. It's ghost train Hayes spooky shoot. Coming through goes trae. All right. Anne way. Let's get into this one. This one was a flower that I consumed, and this is actually from San Francisco, California. But this one is a very heavy hitting potent sativa in derived from the ghost OG and Nevels wreck strain. Just like the Chicago blue dream from last week. This is a unique one even though this is not it. Harbors? Dent buds with a heavy coat of try combs covering the buds like snow pretty so it's really very pretty perfect for October. Hence the name though, larger doses are known to induce cerebral haziness. So it's a good idea to start low at this one dose low especially for Jake. Definite dose, low kind of guy. I believe in less as more. So here, let's the look of this one is really pretty this one has more of a dense luck than most achieve as I said, it's coated with a nice thick layer of THC tricalm's at fall off to touch was really nice. They mostly have a vibrant green color with the mixed orange hairs underneath all the try combs. But on occasion, you will see that pretty purple color. That's always a nice little treat when he get one up some. Purple buds. There's nothing nothing better than purple buds. Even though it doesn't necessarily mean. It's better buds now. But. Little splash of color vibrancy that just makes pop above the orange hairs purple. It's it's almost it is almost two holiness. Very contrast. Very nice. Yeah. And royalty. So we're gonna dress like a king or clean smoke. Some of this of its purple the king of hall Queen Royal purple now, let's go right into the aroma of this. Once you open this jar ghost train Hayes, you'll notice a real pungent skunk, aroma mixed with a nice citrus scent. I love citrus scented bugs and just like the smell that taste of. This has a nice earthy citrus. Taste I want to imagine. It's like picking a lemon from a tree and just kind of like, you know, rubbing your against your thumbnail or something to get the citrus juices. So you just lick that earthy citrus. Copies my friend. Just my that's just what I think. I don't know. I feel like that would be a reasonable comparison of tastes.
"mj" Discussed on MJ Review Potcast
"Guess what? Marijuana doesn't work that way. You can give the same dose of the same thing in cannabis to seven different people and you'll get seven different results. Here's the thing. That's eight. Okay. No one has ever died of marijuana overdose in the history of mankind. So it's very safe medicine. No matter what the does. Now what we do about. That. Is we bring in researchers from all over the world to speak and present on what they're doing at the conference. Yeah, we're really excited to be hearing from a lot of people from Israel to France to our homeland state to everyone across the nation. This is going to be amazing to hear all these updates in the medical findings that they have and just to hear their stories that how they have been struggling to try to get their patients. I'm sure to get on board because everyone has different thoughts to this cannabis. So examples of that. So Rafeal Meshulam who I mentioned earlier is eight years old now he's called the grandfather of cannabis medicine because he's a man who I ice related THC in the nineteen sixties, and he went on to write the chemical structure for CBD later on in the nineties, and he made all these discoveries of THC CD all the other cannabinoid along the way he was the first person to talk about whether or not the body makes its own cannabis. And he's the first person to discover that it does any name that chemical anonymous knowing that's something a lot of people don't know is that our bodies actually make our own cannabis. And that's why we have receptors for. It's not just for a plant that we smoked. So Meshulam speaking via Skype because he's eighty eight and he doesn't travel to Colorado anymore. He doesn't feel so well at the L Tutut, but we'll give him a pass on that speaking via Skype on day three about the future of cannabis medicine, and how he sees that progressing into the future. Now, we also have coming live Reuven or an oath not of Mogi has on pronounce your name, but they're coming from Israel as well. And they're gonna be here live talking about their work with cancer patients in cannabis in Israel where they actually have a dispensary inside the hospital. Whoa. It's totally unlike here, it's a the cannabis dispensary is literally in Adaza Research Hospital there in Jerusalem Shula marks at one end of the building and Reuven or does not Omondi work at the other. So we also have people coming in from Puerto Rico in France, just like you said, we're so excited have these people. So another example, let's talk about where to Rico. You know, you remember hurricane Maria last year. And you heard about the problems with getting medicines to people after the hurricane. So Dr Jose Francis chigney is the chairman of the department of psychiatry at university of central Caribbean medical school in Puerto Rico, and he's talking about how cannabis helps he'll mind and body on one of the things that happened after the hurricane was there was a rush of people to join the medical marijuana registry in Puerto Rico because that was the medicine they had available. So it's really fascinating how it helps people out even in natural disasters. So for. The three days that we're going to be there. What is it gonna be like, can you tell us a little bit? It is a lot of chemistry lectures. I'm sorry to announce nerds. When we love that stuff chemistry, lectures. Galore day one is our cannabis specialist basic certification day. So if few tend on day one which is a Sunday on purpose. Just in case, you have a regular job, you know. But that day you actually get an eight hour certificate for having spent the day in the classroom learning about medical marijuana. So it's the basics. What is the end of cannabinoid system? How does it work? How this cannabis move through the body. We're gonna hear from some doctors about how they treat common conditions with cannabis. Doctor Mitch breeze is a physical pain rehabilitation specialist. We've got Dr Joseph Cohen from here in Denver and he runs a medical marijuana evaluation clinic, and then we've to dispensaries in there as well. And we've got native roots and late shade. And the way that it works is everyone talks about one condition say migraine headaches back pain in sleep, you know, common things like that. We all see every day. So the doctors go through what they know. Normally recommend to a patient for medical marijuana and the dispensary say haha, we don't have anything like them on the shelf. I mean sort of but they say here's how we would approach that recommendation from Dr product standpoint and then on day two we have cannabis in international research. So we've talked about the Isreaeli coming over. We've talked about Dr Francis chigney from Puerto Rico, and then we also have our morning who is Giovanni Marcico Bordeaux France, and he's been working on cannabis neural adaptation in the brain for fourteen years now with a team there. So they're going to be talking about pathway of the CB wonder sceptre through the brain. And how it works as moves through all stages receptors in the brain because cannabis is actually the largest receptor network in the brain. It is ten times larger than our receptor system for morphine. Will that is incredible? It is a huge system. And then we move on that day to cannabis opiates. We have Dr. Madonna volun- who manages a cannabis opiates. She gets people off of opiates by using cannabis out in Massachusetts. And she also worked a lot of professional athletes, and some of the athletes are pretty amazing. So, you know, Mike Tyson the boxer, of course. Okay. Do you know how Mike Tyson used to be a bit of a kind of a bad? Boy. Yes. Definitely. I guess that's one way to put. It will Mike Tyson is now actually a vegan. He's a famous vegetarian turned his life around and cannabis has been part of that journey part of that transformation. So we're gonna be talking to mR Tyson. Also, do some other NFL in H O athletes who have found that marijuana has been helpful to them after their play days are over on. They still have pain resulting problems from playing sports. Those will be some interesting panels to listen in on. I'm definitely excited to hear from the NFL players. And you said Mike Tyson is he going to be speaking or yell? He's gonna be on the panel. The panel is run by Dr her demoss. Now, her was actually born in port au prince Haiti, but you know, turned out to be a football prodigy on was drafted by the Buffalo Bills out of high school and or out of college. And unfortunately, he tore his Nita shreds during his first year playing for the NFL, but that's to our benefit because he went to medical school them. And now, he's a full MD. And that's what he does is. He helps people who have problems from their playing career recover from that using medical marijuana while that'd be incredible to hear on. Okay. Moving onto DC three day three is cannabis into the future in. Oh, we know how it's working now with opiates, we know the research is going on with with different cancers. But what's coming up? One of the things that happened in Colorado. This year was we tried to add autism as a qualifying condition for. Medical marijuana got pretty far actually eighty five percent of the Colorado legislature voted in favor of adding medical marijuana or autism spectrum disorder. Unfortunately, it was vetoed. By the governor. At the last minute saying there wasn't enough research again back to that old line. So we're gonna hear some of that research to find out whether or not cannabis may be a good choice for people with autism spectrum disorder, and
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"Vote. Wouldn't say detrimental. I mean, I hope everybody's going out to vote. All right. This is a really important time to go out and vote guys. This is November two thousand eighteen we're going to be voting in a new governor. Hopefully with all you guys going out there to vote tell your grandma tell your mom, tell your best friend all your dog till everyone except if they're dead. They cannot go in vote portly or. Dog though. Let's see who's working in the grind. We have Martha monta Meyer here with us from J M D conference that we're going to be attending. So we just wanted to point out that when we went to the cannon expo last month. There was a lot of people just having a lot of issues with their doctors not being really informed all with cannabis or bud tenders even having issues just prescribing patients for their illness. What helps them out at this point? It's still test and trial with your own body because everybody is still different from one another. But this conference is a great conference of this is our first time going to it. But this is the fourth annual year that it's been going on. Some great things from some other people in the industry as well. They went to an attendant they told us to this going to be really beneficial. So we're going to be sharing information with you guys from there. We're going to be gathering some interviews from people there as well. But that's this October fourteenth sixteenth. That's the this week, actually. So we're lucky enough to have Martha Monto Meyer with us here. And we're so excited. Thank you. Martha thank Margot were really looking forward to having you at the conference. So this is our third MJ firmed these conference in our name was originally instill kind of is marijuana for medical professionals. But we didn't realize that having the m word would cause us to be rejected from so many sites and not be able to join Google for nonprofits and threw off of all these other problems. So we shortened it to MJ from dis. Anyway, nj for him dis is a conference designed specifically for medical professionals. But that also. Clued professionals who are working with medical marijuana patients in that might be bud. Tenders might be dispensary owners might be people who create as your dose edibles for sale in those dispensers. So really anyone working with medical marijuana patients? Now, if you are a doctor or a nurse, you do get special credits for attending the conference doctors get what's called Siham, ease or continuing medical education credits, while the nurses get see us continuing education units that they can use to help renew their medical professional licenses. So we find it's really great to put these two groups of people together dispensaries and the doctors, and that's because of weird conflicting laws that sort of leave the patient out of the care, for example, in Colorado right now doctors allowed to write a recommendation not a prescription, but a recommendation for medical marijuana to a qualified patient now that recommendation though, as it's not a prescription is often kind of Lou. It's often suggestions on where to start a couple of things to try. But the doctrine Colorado is not allowed to have a relationship or to recommend any specific dispensary or caregiver. So it's kind of you're on your own kid now problem as soon as you have the recommendation conversely editor dispensary dispensary workers are not doctors. And so they're not allowed to give medical advice. But all the time people are walking into the dispensary going. Hey, I have migraine headaches. What should I try? So it's kind of a conundrum on that's one of the things that we try to face at the conference can't really just blows my mind that you know, that disconnect between your medical professional, and your bud tender that supposed to be helping you with your ailments. We've heard a lot about that at the Kennedy expo that we went to earlier in September. And this is a great conference to answer a lot of those questions. But like we said it was just trials. You know, everybody is different. But yes, so tell us more. About the highlights that you're going to be having at the conference. So the everybody's different brings up another good point, which is that medical marijuana doesn't fit the conventional model of research. One of the things that we hear all the time from politicians when they try to deny medical marijuana laws in different states is that there's quote just not enough research. But if you go to PubMed dot gov, which is the government's site for publishing medical research, if you type in the word cannabis or cannabinoid or marijuana hundred twenty six thousand entries come up between those three words actually tons of research out there. Now, here's the problem though. Marijuana does not conform to the conventional medicine model of research on that model is that you have a single molecule that the certain chemical that can be synthesized in a lab. And that particular chemical has a regular affect at a certain dose on one hundred fifty pound, man. Guess
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"Yeah. Welcome to nj review podcast. It's Chris here. Catherine it off to my left. Hey, guys. It's Margot over here. And I'm gonna pass it on to my left loves up. Everybody. It's Jake here guys. Let's go. You know, what we got some really great information here. Good stuff updates in the cannabis industry. And we're gonna have a really awesome guest on here with us. It's the director of cannabis clinicians, Martha Montemayor who's going to be talking about the MJ for MD conference that were heading to this week guys. Packed. Oh, yeah. And always remembered there are tickets still available to this awesome conference that we're gonna be talking about in just a little bit a while. So yeah, you guys what's going on in the industry. Let's be blood. All right. Well, I think we got open it up with what's happened in Massachusetts. Exciting news for Massachusetts choosy. Since I you know, what I I don't know that live in Massachusetts overly does Massachusetts come across. I think Massachusetts I bet it's Massachusetts. Are finally Foley going to be getting recreational cannabis within hopefully a few weeks Ray? Well, I mean probably a lot longer. Yeah. Damn won't be able to go buy it. But it is passed it has going through lab testing. And once all that lab testing is done they can start producing and bring it out to the retail shops. Now, they issued four retail licenses going to bring up they are. They are limiting the scope of this recreational program to start let's start and it's a nice start, exactly. Well, good luck with that. Massachusetts will see how long those lines. We'll see you soon. Yes. We will. So I wanted to bring up something that was really cool because we need it. Illinois is now seeing skyrocket numbers in the medical marijuana program that we have the opioid program. That's definitely where it's all coming from with the governor rounder signing off on the opioid alternative act that we had it's going to be a mess, but I'm happy to see numbers or up. Another report that went on was that medical marijuana uses up eighty percent in Illinois. So that is really awesome was on the TV news. And Utah's backing their pop plants apprising -ly. So we'll see how that goes. A mormons. I'm so sign Mormons back their pop plan. You're talking about Utah. You're probably talking Mormons. So yeah, that's our let's be blunt and anyone have any hash. It out comments that you guys want to enter in probably just a few words for any Massachusetts or to site. She sites. However, you tell us what the name is for anybody living in Massachusetts. Don't go grabs money out of an ATM right now, you're going to be waiting for a little bit these places need to be tested. The lead needs to be tested before it can even be shipped. That's going to take a couple of weeks. Good news. Just hang hang tight though. I I think that they should already get into into line for their dispensary because for four dispense like high phone to be sick. You gotta get your camping gear. I don't know if you need to go that far, but definitely identify which one's going to be closest to you. Yeah. There are only four so you could be taken quite the hike to get to one. Hopefully, not I don't I am looked at a map of where they're all placed. But I would hope that there is some equal dispersion, you know, try to get a little bit of state involved. But not. And just in case you were wondering if you do wanna find these retailers that were licensed that's a north Hampton, and there's three and light glide Chester like like us. Never been there. Massachusetts lie Chester. You know, make your make your places easier to pronounce. Have a hard time talking here. I've just bad at pronouncing. It's all fun. We love you Massachusetts of Corey and congratulations on your recreation. Yes. And with the numbers skyrocket guy, rocketing Hilla. Well, this is time to be happening. I mean, this is still a pilot program in Illinois. So we could technically you still lose our medical marijuana program. But we definitely want people to go vote. Oh, yeah. This is a reminder for everyone out there. Go register to vote because voting is right around the corner. You already know for fact that you're registered just go check again and takes thirty seconds. And you can be a one hundred percent certain like we moved here. And apparently now I have to go reregistered engine address nano that, but yeah, just registered to go to vote because this November is going to be such a jet detrimental potentially that tremendous of owning time to go out to vote.
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"Going. So bad idea slave, all it's a bad idea. I'm joking. Okay. Let's go onto the next Senate Bill that we had presented the Senate Bill two two nine eight. Yes. The unforgettable one which I forgot earlier. But so that is the one where governor rounders letting businesses apply for licenses to get their hemp growing license overs gonna vote it right now, I think this is absolutely ridiculous. As I stated before you can grow certain other psychoactive plants or fungi, whatever. However, you can't grow up plant that just has some additional benefits. It doesn't even make you high doesn't make you go crazy can operate heavy machinery, you can technically drive. You can you can't even grow that plant. That's like growing lavender in your house because you wanna come down a little bit. Well, what if they put a regulation on growing, lavender? I went a little off book earlier, but basically copy paste what I said, this is ludicrous, and it it is my all goes back to the fact that in December of twenty sixteen CBD was re clarified as the DA explained as part of the marijuana plant, which is schedule one, which means that CD is by extension also schedule one and can't be sold legally. Yeah. That is nuts as ludicrous as this Bill seems to us. It is a good thing. Because at least they did pass past few there, regulated which it's not the worst case scenario at least now it can be grown and distributed and sold. Well, just I. To be able to grow our own. At least see me D because that has so many medicinal benefits. And it just makes me think that will that happen will wholeheartedly agree. Will that happen though? Will we be allowed to be able to grow our own? I know certain states have that ability. But do you think it's going to happen? It feels like we're going down into a pharmaceutical pathway, definitely more corporate kind of environment. So we'll hear give us the -bility. We'll look at who's really paying starting to pay attention. Now, your company's suitable company time who are looking at it very much from the medical side what they can gain there. Then you also have companies like the parent company that holds corona and Speedco. They recently invested four billion dollars into the industry that is a big number to risk on something that you're afraid might go way. Definitely. But. Just having them control it. I don't know is worrisome. It's a low worrisome to me is a little worrisome one. It's like cigarettes. You don't know what they're putting in there. What if they're putting some extra stuff in there? Yes. They're doing these lab tests. And yes, you have these results. However, what if there's some kind of additive I've heard some rumors that there were certain medical cannabis companies that what we're giving people headaches and stuff, and they found that they were putting an extra additive into their plants. So I mean, that's that's a rumor I heard. Yeah, that's scary. I mean, it is scary. But anecdotal Alpher share this is solely a rumor. This is. If anything more on it. Yeah. Like, we'll try and find more information for the next episode on that. But yeah, but I just wanted to give a shoutout to Senator toys Hutchinson for monitoring this Bill. Thank you so much for all the hard work that you're doing and for pushing the movement forward. Appreciate a definitely definitely thank you. And I moving forward. So the Cana expo so you guys wanna put in your thoughts with that. Yeah. You know, what I really I really liked it one thing that I would say was a little bit of a negative was finding the place. It was still in more of a office area. It was in an office building hidden the sign I've never seen a smaller. Sign to turn here. Eleven piece of paper almost but it was cardboard, and it was just impossible small hoop like somebody was holding a yard sale. I will say though is thank God. It was it was in a real a real business center in it was not bad Allie of somewhere. Yeah. Which is something that I bring up with dispensaries later. Placement. It was a great. It was much better location. Most we've been to not being in a convention center. Yeah. I think you know, once we actually found our way there turned out to be really nice building is really clean really well organized that was apparent immediately whole the whole expo has organized. Very well, they had people bringing you over to where the speakers were. They they everybody signed. It was great. Yes. They had people signing you in. They had people to talk to you. If you needed help figuring out anything really great professional, very one of the more professional events that I've been to and it wasn't just revolving around. Hey, check out this pot. Check out this product used to smoke this pot. This was more of hey, I wanna teach you about what our dispensary does. And the products that we're giving out we don't we're not just giving you a bunch of goodies. We we actually want to give you some nal. We wanna help you. We want to build this.
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"Service. Those great time though that was a good time. And I will say though, I probably won't be eating edibles before walking into an airport anymore, especially since airports freak me out. I guess that's the second don't them. Yeah. Third one do not bring anything onto the plane. Well, that's a given. Definitely don't do that. You just be smoked. No. That's that's crossing the line. Let's let's that's going over federal federal law. Yeah. Thank you. There's a out worth having fun binging and place where it's recreationally. Okay. That and then trying to bring it over steep borders. Even though it's recreational feels okay to do don't do it. All right. Good times two times. Indeed. Thank you guys so much for joining for our second episode of the MJ review podcasts and don't forget if you. Technically, I. Second is going to be. Behind the. Not necessarily recording. There. Okay. So just remember to leave us a comment or leave us a review on itunes or wherever you guys listen to your podcast Spotify view on the. Yep. Up on all those. And if you guys want to keep up with all the schotz from our shows, go to m j review podcast dot com and follow us on Instagram and Facebook, don't forget to send those donor stories to us. Yes. We don't have to tell all of our. We will run out one day. We will it will take awhile will it. So that you can send 'em J review podcasts at dot com. And just in case, you have trouble spelling that you can find it in our episode notes or the title as always and with that. We're out peace peace out.
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"Story? I think we shouldn't be that excited to talk about stone sores. All right. Can't wait. That'd be more mellow. I'm always excelling break in those stereotypes. So what's in store for stone? Our story, let's see what's in the box. The mailbox is to have a line. Of our own this time, we do we have. Sure. This one took place in Seattle Washington. A wonderful boy, wonderful recreational Seattle and happen to be a beautiful sunny. Seattle day. Yes. Typical weather there. Sorry, chris. I know when we went to visit. I was so upset that we didn't get a single rainy day that rainy day. I do Chris wants to go on vacation and stay in the Airbnb and read a book on a rainy day. I do Indika. On the couch. Doesn't sound like a bad time. That's a great occasion. For a lot of people. So in this particular time, we were there for a wedding of one of our good friends, and we decided to indulge in the recreational. Washington years ago was a few years ago, even Illinois was medical. So we were just there for the wedding excited about the. Varies may the wedding fun. Yeah. Not that. It wasn't gonna be fun. It was fantastic. So we went on a dispensary trip of our own. We mapped out all these different dispensaries. We went to maybe six six or seven of them went under dispensary crawl we dispensary, but we'd crying. He's in one day. Days. How many stores do you think you guys went to about six or seven some and we came back to some of these stores too. Yeah. We came back. We went with a friend who is. Inexperienced canvas user, I would say. And so we went in each suspensory. We asked him about, you know, what's what's your best products? What are your favorite things? What are these different ways? We could take it. We like some of each of those. Long story short. We got way too many audibles. Yes. Way too many joints yet. And I think we got like quad of flower on top of all those joints. Oh, good. Lord. Yeah. And some drinks as well. Yeah. Yeah. What did milligram drinks powder? Mill dam drinks, the one just just so you know, it's the one way around the limit. So we are at the wedding. And we have way too many edibles way too many joints way too much cannabis in general more than you should have in three days. But we are so excited more than you probably can happen. Three day will. Wait, wait. So our Airbnb so we went back to the every and be after the wedding. And we're like, you know, let's indulge in some of these we're tired we've been dancing. We've been having a good time partying. So we start eating edibles. And we realize we're leaving the next day. Night in the morning yet. We have a fridge full of animals. In the fridge. All we have the friends we made all the bacon and eggs. It was gone. We ate it all. And so we start eating out of realize there's no way we're going to be able to eat all these. So we started smoking the joints, which we had about fourteen. In the logic. There's no way we can eat all these edibles. It's too much. We all the joint. Hello here. Here. We thought that people would want them that we could go around and maybe give them to people. And so we were like, oh, we're not going to have a problem getting rid of these items we planning on playing weedy calls. I've just you know, walk around this lock street and try to get. And I asked you know, people that looked of age made sure that they were twenty one. I would ask them. Hey, you guys what some weed it's free. And some people were like, I'm not gonna talk to you. And walk. A dream come true. Free edibles. Somebody walks up offers me free. We'd I might think twice about that. Too. I don't know. I would take I think it'd be a rug. No. I think we could tell now, but some people took it. So people talk it most people were like taking back, though, what I think you're already using the story a little bit. So the night before you guys were smoking the joints. And then it was fourteen joins. How many do we have? So we had fourteen joins. And luckily there was a burger Dick's burgers right across the street from our Airbnb shout out the decks great burger, by the way. And so we had fourteen joints. And that we need to finish before the morning, and basically have no more time to do anything. We are stuck at Airbnb with fourteen joints. So just be expert. Here's so your antics burgers. You've got fourteen joints were not added. Dick's burgers were at the air BNB. Okay. The expert across the street important part of the story that you've got fourteen joints between how many people to? Yeah. I. Darker? Oh, friends did not want to partake in our joints. Some might say. They made the better decision there. We felt like how soup dog normally feels. Yeah. We definitely did. We we had fourteen joints that we finished in an hour and a half. And we did after take a break which is where burgers comes into play. We walked over to Dick's burgers just completely stoned out of gourds and the line at Dick's burgers was behind the sidewalk. It was wrapped around the sidewalk. And we were so high waiting for these burgers of felt like an eternity our mouth wasn't watering because it was so dry. Goodness. And this is this is seven joint said we decided to do a half and half. And we get back and after we finally get her burgers, eat them. Yet was like, well, we should probably finish the rest of these joints. We finished the other seven joints. It took. It took about an hour and a half for the entirety of all the joint smoking. We had never been. So stoned, snoop Dogg more power to you. My dude. We couldn't do anything. So we still had the drink though. Milligram drink. We had some. Terry cakes case, a minutes, we had a bag of Gumy's, and I think some chocolate Multan milk balls. Yes. So this was a. Excavated where we on the way to the airport just decided to leave random edibles every. So when we went to Seattle few years before this even I did that actually with a little bit that I have of Dover as well. I looked it on a beach for somebody to find. Yes, you did have to do and don't up Assode one day. Yeah. Maybe one among the dues is be careful that you don't wind up having to smoke seven joints an hour. Yeah. It wasn't what we wasn't ideal. I is that even fun. It was for a little bit a little bit until you couldn't really breathe your throat hurt. And no matter how much liquid you would drink. It would just dry up like desert a story of excess. Then However, I will say I do not regret it. Okay. Do not regret. It was a fantastic night in a fantastic memory. See I don't remember that at all. Because I wasn't there for you were asleep. Use ages. Screw that. I'm going to bet. I just know the edible story about how we started passing along leave it around for homeless people to find. And hopefully, if they aided they would have fun Morrow Margo nomadic. People nomadic. Image of you guys just laying these edibles around and somebody finding it in the food. It's like a fun Easter egg hunt. Don't people that don't know. Well, hopefully, you know, now that I think about it people don't pick up food. They find on the street. It was wrapped into but who wrapped candy and probably not gonna be squirrels have fun with it. I hope so those things that they need to calm down a little bit to keep the squirrels pacified. Yeah. But did you take some metals or did you drink the drink before we went to the oh, I took some edible? All I remember sitting in that the place where we take off the terminal the terminal. I forgot what it was called. Then to sitting there watching parks and rec and also it was time to go board the plane, and we tried to get up and we were jello. Not able to move calling the wheelchair service.
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"Welcome to review the podcast. This is Chris and keeping improper rotation pass it off to my left. Hey, guys. It's Margo over here. And I as well, we'll pass it off to my left or thank you Jake here. Everybody. How's it going? Are you guys doing good awesome? So the mission behind this podcast is to educate. Everyone about the overall canvas landscape in a fun and entertaining way. Whether you're Kenna curious, a newbie or a veteran to this lovely cannabis plant, and we truly believe everyone can gain something from listening to the MJ review podcast. And that's why we came up with some really clever segments for you, just like our dispenser review where we're going to be visiting dispensaries in our medical state of Illinois where we're all patients, but we're also going to visit some dispensaries in recreational and other medical states where they can allow us. We'll figure that out. But we just want to give you the insights on the locations of how it feels when you walk inside the products elections, the sale prices, the bud tenders their knowledge the atmosphere. Everything just how it is inside. And hey, let's be. Blunt. Not all dispensaries are the same which brings us to our second segment. Let's be blunt bringing you all the facts news and insights, you need into the cannabis industry from changes in laws nationwide to new breakthroughs in medical marijuana. Let's be blunt will bring you everything you need to stay educated and once your education, well, everything needs to be discussed. And that's where we're going to hash it out. We'll be discussing our own opinions and bringing you the listener into our cannabis conversations. This is we're going to be getting really real and speaking of real wall. So be talking to some real people. Yeah. That's where we're going to bring people onto the grind. That's our segment where we're going to bring guests from the industry, whether they're influencers advocates, bud tenders growers. We just wanna hear their stories their grind and how they're able to be successful in this. Industry. So always remember if you know someone that you'd like to feature on our podcast, please reach out to us. We'd love to have them on you. These people are grinding harder than your own grinders in your stashes. Speaking of stashes, we're going to be going into what's in your stash where we'll be covering new products from grinders celebrity products to magical butter machines. We're gonna cover them all and not just that my favorite part of the segment is the strain of the week where we're going to be going into different methods of consumption, whether it be concentrate flower edibles or more we're also going to be going into the flavors aromas affects and so on and so forth. But you know, once the haze clears the strain of the week, gather, your thoughts and send in your stone or story x-l-e-a-r stone or stories whether this be a medical breakthrough. You think you came up upon or just you and your friends and in your basement having. Good time. Something happens. Let us know send them in we glove to hear them. We always enjoy hearing from you is shared do. And we want to put that on our podcast for you to share with everybody else. That's the reason we want to work together as an industry to bring cannabis into the mainstream. So we're also going to have some bonus content to Sierra bonus where we're gonna go to Expos and different events in Illinois and other states again, and we're just gonna give you the feedback. What we see what we hear the kin of the industry news insider news insider, and they're also be some, you know, parts over just messing around you guys. We like to have fun. And I'm sure you guys do to schedule fun at least once a week. I don't really like to have fun. Yeah. You so. Yeah. Guys, be sure to subscribe on wherever you listen to your podcast to stay up to date on all of our future uploads. That we will be uploading every Wednesday and make sure to check out her Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, that's at m j review podcast. And if you have any of your stories, if you have comments or just stories that you guys like to share with us reach out to us at MJ review podcasts at g mill dot com. And lastly, check out our website MJ review podcast dot com. And if you don't know how to spell any of that just look at the title of our episode and with that we're out guys.
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"Did albeit attached faster humid call six one seven two five four ten thirty billion two phone calls to this point sweetheart mj and wayne i know there are many many many more people out there so if if a mind to dial in let's talk yankees rent they're all driving to the cape how true a lot of them think or to the new hampshire mountains this time of the morning it'll be an easy a trip down route three that may or may not be true i'll throw it a trivia question mr trivia go right it's just for the sake of doing it george charbonneau george sharp all right a former red sox player by the name of gdp drew yes was involved in twice in a historic aspect of baseball twice not just once but twice something in my mind rings a bell of familiarity and so if you call i don't ever prize i don't know if morgan has brise but skew we got tons of those just just for the sake of answering the question if you're out there tell gene drink right away and then you said i don't have a bryce jeez wbz penn i'm sorry i don't have one no i never got one so for trivia coming up in about an hour and a half i will have a wbz shirt it will be a large there is no exchanging right grandmothers been listening since nineteen twenty one for his game on and she's an extra large good find someone else in the family a large that's what i have i went to the promotions department today and that's all beth had oh large just a well large is usually pretty good it's not a small well it's not an extra large but i want to tell people you know somebody who would fit a large teacher so if not you are to a sibling offer to neighbor our effort to a child that'll be the prize and i learned my lesson with writing i wrote a great game last week it was a great game if i do say so myself and it just didn't get embraced by the listeners so i had to pull out of that game and come up with something else midway through so it's unusual for i'm going to be hesitant to write games and i got july fourth i'm filling in and three other july dates i'll be filling in could this gain it didn't go over that well be tweaked to go over well maybe we'll find out more about that astor cbs news cbs news update july ninth that's the date president trump says he'll announce his nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on the supreme court while the president says he's already whittled down his list to around five names he wasn't naming names cbs news legal analyst jane rosenbaum there's a number of people on the list who have a direct connection to justice kennedy because they in fact clerked for him when he was on the supreme court cavanaugh on the dc circuit judge katherine john the six have been mentioned for that reason could be the front runner according to the university of louisville's justin walker he's a very strict textualist which means that he looks at the words in a statute and awards in the constitution and he applies those words as they're written as they were understood at the time the wall was passed or at the time the constitutional ratified cbs news update i'm.
"mj" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Well i think people in show business typically are more liberal because the reality is and i'm not trying to be a jerk here but the reality is i think you when you're in show business you're just you see all kinds of people it's the opposite of a homogeneous environment and i think quite frankly performers actors and writers are required to draw from a lot more empathy and i think that's something that you don't see on the other side and it's very sad to me that you don't so it makes sense that you know people in this business are looking at kind of what's going on doing oh this is this is not right it feels wrong you know i'm surprised surprised that there's not more kind of people standing up i think you know obviously you know i think we're still a lot of people are programmed you know you know mj's old quota republicans had a buy sneakers to i don't think claims said but i'm sure it was stemmed from a vibe at least if nothing else if not edgy that yes i didn't even know he said he didn't fit yeah but like i think it was happening now is just quite frankly to important and you know my my theory is is like if i there might be some people who are afraid to say things because they don't want to alienate their base and i understand that and i do respect it but i think what's happening right now two important and quite frankly i talked to friend of mine god you know are you worried that you know someone might say you tweet about trump too much they knew what i truly thought was going to happen it's going to happen they would want me to tweet more so you know right it's like it's we're living in such insane times and you know if you have a platform and you're selling inclined i say use it and make jokes and or or keep people aware or don't it's.
"mj" Discussed on The Paris Review
"He dared me to do things stupid things but i was a coward pussy brains is what mj called me i barely cared he could say what he like he could do whatever he wanted to me i knew when the time was right i would get back at him one afternoon we found an empty house in hoisted each other in through an open window m j went straight to the basement but i just stood frozen in the kitchen waiting afraid to call out to him heart tearing through my chest when mj came back up he had a hammer in his hands for squirrels he said he opened the refrigerator inside it were the most delicious foods i've ever seen there was a roasted hammond there an assortment of cheeses and there was a pie blueberry i think something came over me in that moment i pulled the poisonous berries from my pocket and smallish them inside pie up under the crust m j gave me the thumbs up that was the first time we broke into a house together a stole a chip of rock for that day we went back the next day and i stole the rest of it this went on i think for months until her mother enrolled us in the aftercare is still have a buffalo nickel that i stole from inside an old role top desk in one of those houses sometimes i'd sit at one woman's vanity smell all her perfumes and lotions stare at my face in the mirror while mj mucked around in the kid's room i douse my cheeks with a powder puff i'd lie on the unwieldy waterbed i'd sniff things lic things then put everything back in its place.
"mj" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"A classic shah's party so max of m j four mj you now m j does this whole remodel well i mean she hired her friend postel she pays for this whole remodel and this is the part of the property brothers where it's like well look it's just like our three d rendering you know it's like a cheap version of something expensive he'll wayne and then mj supposed to jump up and down and cry and then thomas can holder and they're going to promise each other to spent so much quality time in their new living room but ataman raza come first and make the whole thing about their stupid bucking fight stupid stupid stupid zia though there in the department where your resume rare cds per year for the pre byrd he nato so we see our new decor which i guess is improvement over the lack of decor but i personally gonna to be very cluttered there were like avocado as you mentioned before it was definitely resumes imprint of resins imprint was there there are chevrons everywhere patterns and the carpets shag like overflowing on every pillow latah textures very busy there was a whole wall of what looked like oh my god this okay i'm i'm uh highlighting my ignorance again is it yet enshrining what are they caller as arabic writing oh is arabic it looked like a pie signed with two dots above it as a we'll third is that like my grandmother the giant chevron would while i thought that was really cool i like that i actually like the chevron would while i was found that everything else department was very busy will as very property brothers in matt one room was dander like we did your whole house and you see the one room but they never go upstairs or so heather parts and then they so mta go to the bathroom is still just like it mj nightmare there's just everywhere curling iron spilling out a drawers.