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Sketch Guy, Financial Planning & Mindset with Carl Richards

Building Business Resilience

52:07 min | 1 year ago

Sketch Guy, Financial Planning & Mindset with Carl Richards

"Hello I'm Gareth. Welcome to building business for. Sanctuary. Financial Planning, which helps growth, business, owners and social media influences achieve independence. We're to passionate financial planners on initiative seek out new ideas, tips and tricks to help you take control of your finances and run better businesses. We delve into true goals and aspirations of our guests in order to ride you some real volume positively. Just clear simple song financial solutions. Youtube series to. A details will be at the end of the show, so let's move on to our guests. Welcome back to the building. BIZZARE Brazilian show, said fifteen, and if they show, we're GONNA, be talking to call Richards. Collins a certified financial planner crater the sketch guy column appearing weekly in The New York Times since two thousand and three simple sketches call makes complex financial concepts to understand sketches also serve the foundation for his two books, one page, financial plan and the behave cap. We got to call, but he's early years. His column in The New York Times mental toughness and making complex financial idea simple, so that much further. Let's get started I call. How's things? I'm great super. Thanks thanks for thanks for coming on and giving time. Pleasure honored to be here. How how you find your things in lockdown. Look. We've chosen to focus on. It's been amazing like I've had some of the most productive months in my life. From a creative perspective, it's given me an opportunity to really focus on. This stuff that we can control and and. squeal learned a lot. We are like family wise. We had amazing experiences we. Even the family that lives in the states like we've had. A regular Sunday chat that we. Didn't seem to have before, so it's it's. It's been amazing. We've learned a lot. I can't complain. That's for sure. Yeah, I think of the bad side of it. I think some very good. It's going to commit to it. On i. hope the things kind of changed for some people going forward and people don't just slot back into the old way of doing things and. You know the fast running around everywhere. It's definitely has made people reflect I I I've got a six month old, Dole? That's led me to spend time with her. Probably more time than I normally would have. Yeah? Yeah. I mean I i. hope that too I think unfortunately what we know about. Human behavior is that it won't take more than three months for people to slide right back into exactly the way things were. So I, but I do think there's something. They say that one of the most important in English language is remember, and I think if if if we can remember some of the things we learned here and remind ourselves it'd be cool I built some new. Habits even then I'm just like look I. Hopefully I won't break those, but yeah the temptation to just go right back into the current that you were swimming before is will take. Some real intention, right? And normally we don't do that. It's GonNa, be any different black I would imagine even certain things such as your neighbors there in the old world. You're allowed to call it that. They may not have been as friendly where it does seem that neighbors on people that live near should do seem to be more interactively more talk to and communicate more with each other, maybe because there within a bungalow of an isolated area, but it does seem to people people actually talking to each other now as as friends and humans rather than just grunting or even ignoring people as they walked in the in the streets in this time last year. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Helps out, so it's the positive positive, yeah! The Deputy! You're in London on you at the moment. and which PA? Westhampton. Oh, Nice, nice, so he's probably scorching in London. Yeah it seems pretty hot. Hot. We're conscious of time we can week. We have a habit of rabbeting on and stuff like that Gareth, mentioned there about London talked about your early years and bought to do at the. Start Your career or Yeah I mean I. I I got into this industry quite by accident It wasn't really my. Tension, I I was I was in university and in the states. We have this thing where you can be an undeclared major, which means you just sort of go? Knock out of your some of your basics way. You figure out what you WANNA do and. Undeclared Major. You know got a job at a big financial sort of call center quite by accident. But. You know what what what kept me in the industry, and what has kept me ever since interested is when I sort of uncovered for myself that it wasn't a spreadsheet and calculator job. As, important as those skills are. I'd I uncovered. It was it was a human job, and this was really like People's interaction with money was. Really driven by emotion And there's something really unique and primal about. Our relationship with money, and you know this this sort of shackles that we used to trade or the seashells, or whatever like that whole sense is? What's kept me interested in? So I. Moved on from that place, and went to work for the big brokerage firm, and I was giving advice for living, and noticed that my super smart intelligent clients weren't understanding a lot of the words that was using. and. It clearly wasn't their fault because they were super smart intelligent people. It was some shortcomings of so. In sort of a series of kind of acts of desperation, I I would say no like this and I would draw something on whatever was around yellow. Pat A whiteboard. Napkin and and I always got the same response, which was aw. Oh I, get it now. And so I. Started doing those more right, and and and started sharing them publicly, and one thing led to another, and I've made a career of it so that that sort of like the really short version of of. Your Times. Got You involved? Yeah, so I. I Initially was just sharing these like I noticed after the clients like them. I I anytime I would get asked a question more than once. That was kind of how I decided. If I got asked a question by a client or prospective client more than once, I would take my answer and I would write it up and then I would draw something to try and illustrate it, and and put it up on this blog. And you really nobody was reading it for very long time and then one thing led to another and it's. Rather rather long story, but the short version of it is I got an email one day from the editor at the new. York Times saying. Hey, we, we love these. Would you do on for us and I? I knew enough to say yes, and figuring out later so I said yes and. We did a little experiment I didn't not an experiment at the time, but we decided to do like a one week thing and then one week grew into another week and then. It was weekly for ten years up until the end of last year. And now it's just sort of what I have something fun to say. so yeah, that's been a blast. Ten Years Weekly was. Super Superfund That's how that all started. Is I'm a massive fan. I love the book We use using the office for people. I'm very much bought into the concept of the visual aspect like you absolutely loved piece. Is the was making the complex financial ideas very very simple. I know I'm going to trying resulted because I saw this. Yesterday or the day before. A tweet put out I think. It's try using forced constraints to learn more with less example, one right the proposal to find the two sentences that summarize proposal three to the proposal for send the two sentences, so you're. You're almost going from the visual now to and things like that, which makes absolute sense for a lot of people. Yeah I I think we We! Attend over, complicate things. We also attend I. Know I do this a lot like. There's a great quote I can't remember who said it, but sorry for the long letter. I didn't have time for the shore shorter one. and. When we go through that process, just especially around I love force constraints like I love anytime. Rub against something particularly something creative I do and there's a reason that I can't do it. I think Oh cool. What if we flip that reason on its head and the reason became. Instead of being a flaw became the feature like I wanted to start a podcast, but I didn't WanNa scheduled guests because it was just like scheduling guests. That's so hard and so I was like I can't do that and then somebody who was like well. Yeah, you could just be you. So we started this secret podcast, it's got over a million downloads now. Nobody knows about it. And it's just me right so that's just an example like I didn't know how to use adobe illustrator. I can't be a graphic designer. Away what if the fact that I don't know how to do? Adobe illustrator becomes a feature and I just do it with a sharpie and a piece of card stock and I've tried to go back because I've I've I've tried a couple of times to use graphic design tools. And I'll design something. I'll send it to. You know an audience wherever will ascended the editors at times I'll send it on twitter. Whatever and I get the same response every time, which is no, no, go back so the fact that I use Sharpie and card stock announced my IPAD, but it's still the same concept. has become a a benefit and a feature. When originally it was a constraint. It was the thing that said you can't do this. You're not allowed in here and I. Love those things so I look for him. Now like if there's. There's a roadblock I say to myself like I. How can I use it roadblock? As. A feature and fuel instead of a roadblock so I love thinking that. MAKES ME Super Happy? It kind of is used. A ride sank by more so. In the finance sector profession define financial adviser financial planner, and it does seem that the financial planner is using yours. Would it be writing saying more because the? People will find make the simple complex to justify high fees, but those that are doing an all encompassing full financial holistic review plan for someone is trying to make the complex assemble. So s almost using your titles. He's doodles to to extend the person how simple the plan is going to be! Yeah I mean there's all sorts of that goes into that statement and a big piece of it I think is just as an industry. The Financial Services Industry speaking broadly. Is! For some reason scared. Of Making things too simple I think we've. The. They don't we don't understand financial planners or financial advisers like that? Don't understand their value. Because every busy successful person I now. Uses words like cut to the chase or give me the bottom line or hey. And then we send them two hundred pages of documents. It's not what they want. What they want is to be thoroughly diagnosed. They want you to understand the situation really clearly, and then write a prescription and I. I think we have a lot of fear around that I and there's a great. A Great Latin term I won't try and pronounce the Latin term, but it's. It's fear of emptiness. And in modern design theory. It's used to describe this Latin term used to describe the relationship between white space and the perception of value. A- tendency to fill empty spaces associated with lower value products. and Vice Versa so to me. White Space Space Simpler speaks of confidence and value. For some reason, the industry thinks it speaks of fear and I'm not smart enough and I'm not complicated. It's the opposite the smartest person in the rooms one that says the least. And I and the most. Certainly, the most confident person is the one that says the least, so I think I think just as an industry that financial services industry needs to learn that. Probably never will yeah I like I think. We probably referred to it like noise. Relief is just so much noise rained. Won't we do as a profession industry We'd love to become a profession, but we also industry the Mobilink. But he's trying to cut through all that noise and that's effective is home of the onion. Yeah for sure I think. As the world gets noisier. The value of a clear signal goes up. and. If! You understand that. It'll change your career. Very. We. We saw these podcasts. Sometime ago with the intention, we gonNA, run them May next year, and then I think this virus kicked in, and we said let's give it a go now and. Originally used to help business owners off preneurs and stuff like that and. Three underlying themes have seemed to come through this with them. adaptation. Mental Strength Resilience and adaptation for you. You guys living in Utah. You decided I read somewhere or Here podcast you're on that. You were intending to go to frauds that somebody said go to New Zealand. You spend a couple of years there. Then you decided to, was it? Your wife was getting a nursing. Qualification Tear Interior Integrity Design Oggi's in London and you came here, so you've had to adapt to different, not even two different countries to different continents. Yeah it's I, mean I. You know I I, didn't necessarily sign up for it or know that we were doing, but yeah when we decided to move to, we were happy established in our home in Park City Utah and Six months before it might even been for months before we moved to New Zealand. We had never even thought of it. You know we had we had talked about trying to spend some time outside the country just outside the United States just to have the experience. And we had tried to go to France to show many actually because my kids and I love the mountains and climbing skiing and. And it never truly work, so we sort of put that on the shelf and then. We decided to try like the an opening happened in. My wife mentioned it to somebody, and they said not only of New Zealand said and so we ended up in New Zealand. We were going for a year. We stayed for three and a half. And then. My Wife Has always wanted to go to design school. And, she found Interior Design School in London and applied, and we really didn't think that she would get in the first time. And this was in August, and school started in September. And she got in. It was like I'll just defer I mean we can't end the family Saturday said no, you go, so she? She went September. We all followed in January, and now we've been here since January and it's been. It's really interesting to me what you learn by putting yourself in. Sort of put yourself at risk for learning something. Right by by by doing something and. It's been super valuable. It's also very tiring like we the cognitive. Demand, the small decisions like where's the man? As what do you mean you close up for like how come there's like how come everybody's driving on the other side of the road like all of that kind of stuff is is also a challenge. Would you remain the New Zealand for? Periods of time. Did you get involved interested in? Don't their religion down there. They are had you. Oh, yeah, yeah, we love Love New Zealand I just sort of sheer luck. My strength trainer trained five of the current all blacks in this little town we lived in, so you would go into the gym and. Kane hames would be in there and Liam Squire. You know it was like in America. You would think that's like walking into the gym and Lebron James's there so I got to know some of them. In fact I watched. That I watched the England. New, Zealand New England all. Blacks Game World Cup game in. My House with a couple of them, the ones that weren't on the on the team and Loved. It loved it loved. It loved everything about New Zealand There's almost nothing except the only thing we didn't love how far away from family, so that was that was that was it? We'll be back. Did you, then you come up up to the UK media in. London rugby isn't as massive, so, did you? Did you develop? Fondness for football is noticed that Mr Smith took took you to Cuba? The weekend we got here yet. My daughter is super keen football player. yeah, so she she loves it I've always loved that I played in in in my school days, and always loved that sport and you know obviously. We haven't gotten to see any of the super big matches yet, but that will come around. Muscle. Thing we we you on his mental strength and toughness, and we've chatted to a few people sporting profession bid coaches. Backs backroom staff, and even players themselves, and even Olympic athletes an Olympics Empire Olympics. We asked the same question when you've heard about day. How do you? How do you park supposed to say anything as we all have bad days? Is something that you can shed light on its if somebody's having day, how do you? Get. Yeah. I mean to me. It's becoming increasingly important to allow myself. To feel those feelings I used to just be like no, no bad days I'll just go like like I would just grind through it and now. I think it's more important to like. I am having a bad day and particularly the people around me to communicate like hey, way to know. Anything I mean. That's going on. It's all about me. It's about you. And and. Have a couple of things now the thing the challenge with Goto things that make you feel a little better is to find ones that are actually positive rather than negative, so ones that that help the situation like sleep a walk because what we want is a little hit of dopamine. Sit Down in front of the TV. What we WANNA do is spend two hour scrolling through twitter twitter. What we WANNA do is eat something that will give us a little bit relief, but that doesn't help. The problem creates a deeper spiral, so I've just. I've just tried to replace those things with things that. Make Me, feel better, but also helped me long term. I developed especially now in the last few weeks when we make up in the morning. If it's about night's sleep or something in the past we may, you may have a little bit of arguments major, because you haven't had a good night's sleep on that manifest over the day so in our house. Now we wake up. We'll scale our on how we feel. Scared one ten in it sounds actually, said Beleaguer. I'm I'm a full were three. Right you need face an added. It works that way for some absolutely crazy in very simple, but it seems to work in our house, so you might make an say. Oh bad night's sleep in two or three wife goes right. Got A bike. Don't come back until. Till the endorphins kick in, and you feel good again and it does work. Yeah. It's for sure is facing a simple thing to do, but you're. You're the person that especially tour gives permission to people. You Give Permission. People ask you, can they do this? You get grudge. Yeah. We're going to expand that project. Actually but yeah started a couple of years ago with A. New York Times column where I just declared myself I. said. Look. I'm the self-declared King of permission granting if you've got a thing. That you want to do, and it's important. Understand of thing agnostic. I didn't really care what the thing was. I mean as long as it was not evil, I think what thing was I didn't care. It was big or small her Roic, or whatever I just the thing, and and so I just said look I grant you permission, and if you need it more specifically. Put me email address the call and I've got hundreds, hundreds and hundreds of emails, and they were the ones I care. I'll tell you one story like one of them was like. Thank you. I just quit my job. And I replied, was like Whoa hey wait. What do you have a plan? And The lady was like? Yeah, of course I am a senior partner in a law firm I've had my resignation letter in my drawer for four months. You're calling gave me permission to do it because I want to move home and help my parents with the farm. So I've followed up with some of these people just got an email yesterday. Monday from somebody saying Hey, do you remember they were responding to another newsletter? We'd send out, but they said. Do you remember two years ago? You granted permission to quit my job and start my own company and I wanNA. Tell you it's been amazing, but I follow up. Some of those people. There were people like one lady wanted to move to to Scotland and write poetry. Somebody else who just wanted permission? To leave work at three thirty on Friday to pick his son up from school. Right, so when it rains from like I'm quitting jobs moving to France to like I just look just WanNa leave work like and I have like I can do it. It's just I. I'm not giving myself permission to do it, so Yeah the. Lady who quit her job I checked in with her, and she said Yeah I moved home. To help my parents with the farm. My Dad passed away eighteen months later, so is there to get everything stable. She was an attorney, so she's like we worked out all the legal issues that were going on with farm. And now I've set at the small office helping other farmers in the area with their legal issues. She's like I've never been happier. So it's it's fascinating to me that people we all need it. I think what we all need. Permission and some people have figured out how to give themselves permission to do the thing. That I've always wanted to do. And other people needed somebody else, and I'm happy to be that. I'm happy to be that person, so we're going to actually expand that project. Of, granting permission over the next couple of years. That's a an a new big project. I'm working on probably end in a book. Sounds Amazing that you've? You've changed. So many people's lives. In without one of the person without realizing, it got to spend the last eighteen months of other parents life with them and enjoying the time with them without even. Realizing that they didn't. Have may have thought they had longer together and. made it must make you feel really really good site because you're just telling. A fan words getting permission, but for the people say I'm GonNa do it now, and then for to work out so well must make you feel really good. Now! It's been really fun we had we had stickers made that said Carl, gave me permission. And I'm just like here. Put this on your saying like but. The ultimate the ultimate form of permission. In fact, we had a a financial planner that you probably know that lives up in consoles he. You wanted permission of a new mountain bike. He said I don't have a problem I. Don't know why not a problem buying bikes, but I I can I have permission permission granted sent me a picture two days later the bike. but I think the ultimate form of permission is. Like the last step in this process is is helping. People realize that you don't need the king permission granting. Like you now have permission to great yourself permission right and you always did by the way but I'm glad we got here now so. Yeah and I. think that permission we just. Always looking like move to New Zealand. Who Does that? You're not allowed to do that well, we did. Who gave you permission to do that? Well I. Did I don't. Know wirehouse so I think. What I'm encouraging people to do is just. It all starts with a thing. You know there's some things that you wanted to do like we all know it. Most of us have figured out how to jam it down far enough because the system sort of just crushed out of us. that. We can't even remember what it was. But next time you're on a walk, or you're out doing something, or you see some of our or you something and you feel it. You're like Oh. Yeah, that's right. And you go to jam it down because that's what you do, reflexively I'm just saying this. Just wait wait before you. Tamp that could you just dance with just a little bit I'm not doing anything you have to quit your job. You'll have to tell anyone just. Could you start by just dancing with it again? Go Hey I remember you. Used to come around a lot like? Sorry for this treated you. Can you just hang out a bit? Maybe write it down. Just let it and then when that thing grows a bit and you often it starts as unspeakable thing. I. Think that's why we have that term in art like its own speak, I don't even know, use the words, but once you get some form around it then you start to realize like okay well. I need I need to do this. You're like well. I'm not allowed to well. Yeah, you are you can? You, can yourself permission, but if you need, mine just emailed me. I'll help you. I'll send you a sticker. You're if you're going to start franchising this. Life and the UK version of King of kings and permission. FOR SURE WE START I like I've had so much fun with it started ministry like the ministry permission. Granting is open. I will check Oh Jeez. That's a tough one. Let me check with the whole group Oh. Yeah, we've we've decided in, and you can. Yeah, it's been really really fun. It! It's strange because I. Think I know the person you're on constables I think free people I would no I think if it's the same person on thinking about that person is on twitter regularly showing routes. That, they're just on on a mountain bike and at the same person. They probably did need permission to to justify spending the amounts of money because it was probably. In a nice way something that was affordable. Just probably something that may have had three other bikes. They just wanted to do something. So much fun out of it now just by asking the third party. Can I do this course you? Going to? Me At permission granted. Some highs some lows in your career sir. Yeah. I mean I think one of the toughest times for me for sure was two thousand eight to nine I mean. I was really my own firm. We lived in Las Vegas Nevada, which was ground. Zero of the housing crisis our own financial situation was massively impacted by the housing crisis and some decisions we'd made around that with the best intentions The business was massively impacted. And? was tough I didn't know exactly how to deal with it. Nobody teaches you how to deal with. You know we're not allowed to talk about money. With anybody. Financial planners were certainly not allowed to talk about because you can't show any weakness there. So? That was tough, lonely tough times. And it all turned around really when I decided. That no one coming to help me. Right when I finally was just like no this I did this. I care about the system I. don't care about the whatever mistakes that were made at banks or what I do not care. This is my responsibility and I will own. It all figured out all suffer the consequences. I'll take the consequences. I'll be honest all the way through, and we'll dig out of this like once. I decided that. Things turned around rather than looking for somebody to blame or feeling. Sorry for myself, so that was definitely the low. I have highs all the time like like. There is simple as an email from somebody who's like. Hey, granted permission to years ago. Publishing a book with Penguin was a a pretty high. Light just because I'd. I'd grown up with. Like from a work perspective. I've grown up with seth. Godin books around. And I'd always looked at the spine and portfolio. Has that archer on spying and I? I never would have dared. Say actually sale like Someday I. WanNa published book with portfolio. His own by Penguin I never, but but but I think it was planted in my head, because I looked at those books every day, because they were on my credentials, all three, three of my favorite of his number twelve books, and they all had the archer I always thought that'd be cool. That's cool I don't know I don't know ever said that would be i. just think that's cool, so when that actually happened. That was pretty cool the New York. Times is always like my first cover story. The first time I ended up on the front page of the printed. They send you they send you the the press like the metal plate from the press. has pretty cool so from from A. Work Perspective I all of those things actually Kinda pale in comparison to the single reader emails were like. Hey, this really changed the way I think about the silver. Like when you get a sense that you were making a difference. To An individual! That's pretty powerful. You mentioned. Just might be a You the the crisis back in. The two thousand and eight, and so you'll resilience to. Adopt Change and just with Mexico is with the the the world is now. It's going to be a lot of PODCASTS. With business owners and stuff like that and I suppose they have to basically realize they won't be a huge amount of people to help them. They just need to. Adapt and get on with it, and they will be licensed into the just like you had. Import, it sounds trite to say like if you can just remembering those moments like it it. I mean I'll tell you what changed for me. Is Something Eckhart Tollway? Author of the power of now, I would listen to that book. The audio to fall asleep during that time. and. He said something droopy crazy. It's still kind of drives me crazy, he said. Problems. You. Don't have any problems right now and I was I. was like what? What do you mean like what about to lose my house, my business? Is. That something you're about. To have happened you. It's not happening. Now like right in this moment you have no problems and it really really annoyed me until I started to understand like. Even that conversation. My wife I'm like look I remember saying like I assume you were going to you and the kids are going to go, and she's like what. What are you talking about like? We'll move into an apartment like. Are you crazy and I was like Oh really? So my point is, it's it's. It's not going to be as bad as you think. Even if you lose everything you know like we have the ability to get through it and I think if we can just my pattern for this. And to remember like it will pass. When you're in the middle of it, you can't believe that's true. That good things will. Just like we have positive surprise negative surprises that you never would have been able to think of like what we're going through. There can be positive surprises that you would have never been able to think. My son reminded me of DOT. Echo months ago said that don't forget. There could be positive surprises, the ever thought of. But I think even in my pattern for that now. Is Number one assess the current situation and I think that's where a lot of the problem starts. We are just hiding like we're. We don't WanNa know. Will we drink our way out of it? We eat our way out of it. We get angry. We whatever, but when you can find the courage, and it may take a little while, and that's okay like patient with Yourself Gen. when you find the courage to number, one assess the current situation just like. I, remember when I got there. It took me a couple of days. Of focusing on the only thing I felt like I control. which was my breath? I literally like for a couple of days I can't think about anything else. Just okay. Go back to your breath every time. I'd start looping on how bad it is and go like. Go back to your breath just. Don't loop, don't loop. Once, got that sense of control from my own breath expanded. I found the energy to go. Kay, how bad is this? Like okay, let's get it out of the looping out of our heads on new piece of paper. Like what is the actual situation? And once it was out, I was like Oh. I don't have to walk around anymore. Wondering like it's there. And then step number two after your current situation is take action like small micro action like what's the next thing and realize it's a guess situations changing so fast. No one knows so you? You just make a gas and when you take that action. This is so powerful to me. Like most people get hung up first of all. They won't look at the situation if they do then. They think they can analyze their way to finding the exact right next step, so he spent all this time trying to make perfect plan and the exercise. I take people through is like if you're if you're sitting in a room right now. Look around the room as hard as you can try and absorb everything you can in the room. And then take one step forward. And notice what you see now like there will be. You'll see new stuff just because you're in a new place. and. It wouldn't matter how hard you had tried in your previous location. You could have been the hardest looker in the world, the best looker in the world. You wouldn't have seen that stuff, so that's step number two. Is You just take an action in the direction that you guess is the right direction. And then what will happen then is new. Information will become available to you. And then that will allow you to course correct to say okay. Now you repeat. What's the current situation? And this is all from academic literature that the best way to solve to navigate a complex adaptive environment, which is what we are the definitions of those earned aborting here, but we're in a complex adaptive environment and adapt is important. Understand adaptive. And adaptive environment is an environment that your interaction with it changes the environment. Right, so when you make a decision to move, the environment actually changes because of that decision, so we're in a complex adaptive environment from the academic literature, the only way to navigate that is to solve what the literature says solve for the next local optimum so with the the next best decision you can make and I like to think of those as micro action so small that it feels like you don't. You shouldn't do it do that. You just repeat that and and in a really business owner right now that is you know maybe GonNa lose the business like. The cycle rate through assess current situation taken action assess cartridge like the cycle race just sped up. Right, so the cycle race driven by how volatile the situation is so you might have somebody who does that once every six months. Your portfolio is fine. If it falls below one point two million. We needed to talk see in six months, but you. You may also have somebody who's three or four times a day. And I'm finding. It's massively helpful. I found back then, and I'm finding right now to get that out on a piece of paper so that even if it's like. Two or three times a day when you go on a walk. And it comes back. You can go wait I've got that written on the piece of paper. I don't have right now. I have to think about that. Right in step one assess current situation. Step to take my correction and sorry, there's one the third step is set a trigger. For when or what new information would warrant? Thinking about this again, so it could be like tomorrow at ten. The banks going GONNA. Call me. Write that down, so it's seven o'clock tonight. You know the situation. You know the next action. You know there's nothing you can do tomorrow at ten. K. Let's seven o'clock when you go to walk at seven, there's no reason to be thinking about it. And you will anyway, but you can say oh, that's I have it on a piece of paper and I've found that to be massively valuable any decision. I just got an email today or two days ago from. A friend of mine who is trying to make a big decision? And he comes home and talks about it with his wife. Every single night and his wife finally said I have had it. I can't I, can't so they went through this exercise? And like look, there's no new information for three months. We don't need to rethink this decision. Unless? These one of these three things happen. He wrote me like man. It's changed our marriage because we're not every time I try and talk about it. My Wife's just goes. Points at the fridge where the things posted on the wall. So anyway, that's how I think you handle those really tough. Tough situations. That's. Pretty good. That's a great. We're looking at a computer over. Analyze everything delay. I think if you can follow those sort of. Three three point mention. Then you know you, you just pull it back. You deal with when you need to deal with it. Yeah for sure and you don't rethink we. Were constantly like every day. We talk about where we live next, so we've done the same thing like look. Here's the decisions we've made. Here's the guest. Is We have? Here's the couple of things that could change it. And if somebody brings the topic up again, we just look as any of those none of them. Shane okay done. arcus it, it's amazing the micro action a big thing I brought into the work. Environment Low needed to look at it. In sporting contexts, context is a British cycling. Then Team Sky Tour de France Day. Do all these micro actions were know if hunger changes is a hundred percent change in they were they weren't getting great sleep. I think on the guy at the time Mattresses undergrowth mattresses every night today than you. Hotels still slept in the same type of beds, and that was the micro action better sleep and all that so all those little steps I think you have a picture of it. Where does that the but the big? Micro actions it works. Super Yeah I didn't what do they call that marginal gains, right improvements or marquette gains and I think we underestimate all that like just if you improve its James Clears work right like a one percent improvement every day for a year. You're in a different world. He go to the gym. I've only got twenty minutes to go to the. John Knock on a bulbs day. Goes Twenty minutes extra. You've got on the. But unconscious tying now am we finish up? Over all the. Places that you visited and all the talks you've given. The has to be some funny. Moments that you can share with us when we don't need to share the time when you were in Newport in Wales about seven minutes to get it into your own Tranessa Myers guy gives you a listen. He watched as you gripped the doors. With all your mice thinking flying down the end for a city state, but you managed to get A. Really good, thank you for that. That's funny. I should keep track. There's nothing really coming to mind other than. This. Is kind of. Funny to me I'll give it especially when I give a talk to financial planners. and. I feel like I've shared this really like important stuff and. These big mindset shifts and way to think about things and. Inevitably somebody will raise their hand during the A. and say. What because I present using my ipad and people will say what program on your IPAD are using like. Come on, really like I just gave this huge thing. I was reminded Stephen King. Apparently at a at a writers Congress, two thousand people there, and he gave his talk, and the first question was what kind of penalty us and he was like seriously. What Kinda I think you've missed the point. So, there's that I haven't had. I mean one of the one of the. I. Think One of the most interesting events for me. Well, there's two actually I'll tell you the one here. I can't remember what year this was. But Greg Davies, who is a behavioral finance you know. Professor really like one of the smartest people I know around risk and behavioral finance. He organized. This thing called the. The, stock market opera I think it was called open outcry. I can't even try and explain. You'll just have to google it and see A. It was amazing it was held at. What would we call this? The Lord Mayor's House that the last of the city palaces in London right? It's called the Lord Mayor's right. You know. Where where the Mayor Lives! Yeah, okay, it'll be a little bit. Anyway it's the last of the city. Policy is beautiful. Place right down in the city. And Greg asked me if I would come over and. Do an art. And I'd I'd recently done a big fifty solo exhibit. That ran for eight weeks, and it was. It was Super Fun and gray was like yeah, so we created these chalkboards. We put the images on these chalkboards and. And my dad and I came over early a couple of weeks, and we found an art space, and we actually built the chalkboards here we went and got would and did the whole thing and. We go to. The we go to install it like the day before the event. And there's in this in this building with some really feeling bad I can't remember the name of exactly, but there's the Egyptian. Hall the Grand Hall and that's where the exit was going to be. An I thought we would like you know. Put Nails in the wall and hang the things on the walls, and but there were all these Dutch masters in the way right like like real like there was a Rembrandt. Real art and they're like no, no, no, no, no, no, no, you do not put nails in the wall of. Egyptian hall, so they had these they had these. They had these walls built little like whatever maybe like eight foot, high walls and where the was going to go, so I just remember being like what and And this is maybe a good topic to end on is is. What always happens at those events, and it still happens to me today and I actually grown to love it. When I. When I, that experience of the like, here's my. A chalkboard with one of my sketches on it and right behind it like I, have a picture of this like my chalkboard, and then right behind it in the background is a Dutch like a super famous Dutch master like original or something I. Don't i. don't even know. The right words to use and. That feeling, and then I came out later, and the guys who were hanging the stuff on these walls the that they built. They were laughing. Right like the the the installers of my work, we're sort of like what what is this and they didn't know it was and I was like. Hey fellas, could we just, could we? Hang the stuff like you can keep your commentary until like you're out of the room, but I remember this sense and I referred to this. There's a word for this feeling because I can remember this in South Africa when I spoke to an audience of thirty five hundred and you know is in Cape Town the. There's this thing that shows up all the time single time. And it's this feeling. Of like, what are you doing here? I hope no one finds out. Who you really are! Like who gave you permission? Built A. You're a kid from the hills in Utah like that's kind of the feeling and I bet everybody listening to this is related like. In a business meeting. Sit Down to conference room, and you realize you're the adult in the room. Right like everybody's looking to you and you're like Whoa. How did I get here and I didn't I was I was really? Puzzled by this feeling because I would just be like I. Just Grit my teeth and do it anyway. And then I was having a conversation with A. Sort of one of these psychiatrists psychologists work psychologists that accompany that I was working were hired and everybody everybody. When you got hired you got to. You have the meaning with this lady and I. was telling you about it? Did you know that has a name. Now, what are what are you talking about? She's like that feeling. That feeling has a name and it was like what's the name? She's like the impostor syndrome. And I was like. Oh, no way. It was so exciting to me that it had a name because if it had a name that meant other people felt it and other people felt that it meant that I wasn't crazy and so I've learned without feeling so that was that was here in London. I mean of all places like. Spoke at the event and like the Guy who spoke before me? The most famous mathematician in the world like a mathematician with one hundred and twenty thousand dollars on twitter. His chalkboard was one of the chalkboards that was the whatever theory was used to. Like. They've solved that on his chalkboard. And he kept it with him when he would move off anyway I. spoke right after him and I'm like what? That feeling shows up now what I do and that feeling shows up. Is. I've learned gone back over my life and realized like every time I ever did anything that mattered. Everything cool like. By marriage. My the birth of all my children actually. Any big not to compare them, but any big mountain by grace, an adventure something at work, the first book the second like all of them that it's for me. It's a guy I. personify, it's homer. Simpson's boss is what he looks like Mr Burns. He's there. And when I realize that, I was like wait. He's at all the good parties. Like I thought you were supposed to kick fear in the teeth like no fear. Now I realized no, no, no like I. Want more like I want to go wherever that guy is now when he shows up. All clinched anymore I go. I have to recognize that clinching feeling is that and then they go? Oh. Oh, that's right like hey. Man I'm glad you're back like we must be about to do something cool. Let's get to work. So to me, that's that's maybe the most like sort of interesting funds story from any event I've done. It's just like how I became acquainted with the impostor syndrome. Amazing. That's. What's? Just very quickly will next call. Yeah I. Don't know I mean I just were were were I think of my career is just a series of projects and and success is that if each project allows me to do the next one? Right successes allowing me to continue to do projects, and so we're going on a couple big projects one of them. Is that what we're internally? We call it. The permission granted project Obviously we do a lot of work with financial advisers, which we just launched a bunch of stuff that's been. Amazingly Fun and well received and so I'll just keep working on projects and I've learned that serve embraced the uncertainty of all that mean just. I don't know exactly what's next, but I know what working on tomorrow. Society thing is almost like Campsite Club. You don't talk about. I don't even know. I don't even know what you're talking about. Absolute pleasure talking to you Sir I. I've been thank. You need looking forward for a few days now on I'm GonNa Gordon Very Tra- China. My pleasure. Thanks, for instance. It's questions reincarnate. Thank you very much for that. It's been an absolute pleasure talking to you at some great takeaways as usual from the episodes head over to our website. WWW DOT SANTA PITA CODE UK to learn more about us on our journey. That's it for this episode next. We're talking all things. Business family cleaning with Rachel Flanagan founder of Miss Book of cleaning services. You can hear that wherever you. You get your podcast because don't forget to click and subscribe to Cannoli steps soon as they arrive now. Don't forget to listen to our new chats. The bar sues coming out every Tuesday for short insight into business money finance aspirations dreams and planning also enjoying our series. Please do leave some feedback with a quick review. 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Hackers | 3

Russia Rising

24:02 min | 2 years ago

Hackers | 3

"Do you? Remember, the movie hackers? It first came out in nineteen ninety-five and back, then the internet was still pretty unfamiliar, which is partly why movie buffs. Consider hackers to be ahead of its time. The godfather of Jarrah inspiring other movies and TV shows that explore this dark underworld of hackers and cyber warfare in the need the world. Is the world. They inhabit the movie stars young Angelina Jolie and Jonny Lee Miller, and it opens with millers character a teenager named Dade sparking a financial crisis from his bedroom by hacking and crashing fifteen hundred computers on Wall Street over the course of the film Dade and his friends also hack an oil company and a TV station. I'm taking over a TV network. And they end up in a cyber battle with the movie's villain of fellow hacker. Who's created this virus to capsize a bunch of oil tankers? Now, I'd never actually seen the movie myself. But Alexander far sky suggested I check it out. Thought the Bosnian raised. I met Alexander Moscow told me that many aspects of the movie are actually pretty realistic. And in fact, the film hackers was partly what inspired him to become one. This. Our just for fun. And at first it was just for fun to prove yourself to your friends in the hacking scene. Say about bellator the political game started in the cyber world entered a dangerous time. I'm Jeff simple. The Europe bureau chief for global news. And this is Russia rising on this episode will visit the frontlines of growing cyber war where hackers from Russia, Iran, China and other countries are now battling for everything from the password to your online Bank account to control of your cities hydro grid. Consumer report shows found millions of smart TV's from major manufacturers can be controlled by hackers. We've all heard the scary headlines. A new sixty minutes report reveals that may be much easier to hack into a personal cell phone than you might think. And that's not all there are a couple of hackers who've even been able to take over a car remotely while it's driving down the highway, but how concerned should we really be? What do we need to know to protect ourselves online? And why is it that we so often hear headlines and warnings about hackers? Specifically from Russia. US officials tell C N N the Russian hacks continue around the clock. Well, who better to ask than a guy who used to be one? Thank you. Alexander VAR sky is well known in Russia's hacking seen or at least he used to be. He's now retired. He says he agreed to meet me at his Moscow apartment and somewhat almonds. -ly? He told me to bring my laptop. So he could quote show me something. But before the demonstration, we sit down for an interview. Please. My name is Alexander and. Haikus nickname and see as she for the twenty two years. Why did you start doing? Needs to be as it was inevitable computer of Cyprus key. My parents ran a business importing and selling computers. And as a result, I was able to get online before nineteen ninety-five much earlier than my peers Alexander grew up in the ninety s and like a lot of Russians his cyber skills are rooted in history. Science and technology were hugely important to the Soviet Union. Dating back to the days of Lenin a century ago. Joseph Stalin launched poly Technic schools to train military engineers, then came the Cold War with the arms race and the space race man had his first great success in space. Russia's push demand across but after the Soviet Union collapsed, unemployment soared a recession worse than the great depression in the United States meant the jobs for workers with those prized technical skills were suddenly in short supply back. Then Alexander was a bright tech savvy kid. Times were tough says, but this was music to his ears. Us when computers I arrived. They offered a kind of freedom in those hard times for Alexander generation, the internet provided an escape a lifeline and before long a way to make money both legally and legally he says he met a group of friends online, and they used to hack companies for fun on Seca. Geico fifteen it's cool to hack into Microsoft or Vodafone and say, hi using your code. Learned computer programs and codes. And if they were codes with restrictions the challenge was to find a way to crack. Those restrictions. Just for fun. And at first it was just for fun because I to prove yourself to your friends in the hacker scene. But boom. Preserve, the then the internet became a marketplace. But we ever you could buy and sell things views them web money starting around two thousand two thousand three's Cup. A lot of us were pretty experienced some corporations and some of my friends went to work for corporation. That's on cyber security firms, though, threaten others hoops laid dark side on the Dirk side and the dark side of the cyber world can include using the internet to steal both money and personal information. So Alexander asks to borrow my laptop and shows he hasn't lost his, touch, and you can see here web chart for anonymous. He opens a chat forum from the famous hacktivists group anonymous and he pulls up an archive of chat from twenty sixteen oppressively anthem of anonymous members calling for cyber attacks on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. This is on this Friday morning. That hacker collective known as an honest anonymous did launch cyber. Attacks on both Clinton and Donald Trump's presidential campaigns. They have hacked into Donald Trump's personal information. They listed on line. One of his cell phone numbers social security number. Now. Those anonymous cyber attacks didn't really amount to much some of Trump's personal information was leaked and a pro Clinton campaign website was shut down. But the biggest cyber attack of that presidential campaign Russia, if you're listening was still to come. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing this just into Russian hacker is managed to infiltrate the computer network at the Democratic National Committee, the cyber attack on the server of the DNC and Hillary Clinton's emails tops, a long list of recent high profile cyber attacks blamed on Russian hackers now the Kremlin has denied any involvement. But. In twenty nine page indictment submitted in the summer of twenty eighteen the US department of Justice detailed how Russian intelligence officers allegedly implanted hundreds of malware files on the Democrats computer systems to steal information. Well, another US indictment that fall accused Russian agents of hacking anti-doping agencies, including in Canada, Russian intelligence officers are also accused of launching cyber plots in the Netherlands against the world's chemical weapons watchdog more than twenty of the FBI's most wanted cybercriminals are from Russia. The most of any nationality followed closely by Iran, certainly Russian-speaking, cybercriminals are very talented group of people. That's Canadian nNcholas Palmer. He lives in Moscow and his day job is hunting Russian hacker. There's we cover many mainly financially. Motivated attack groups mainly Russian-speaking groups Palmer is originally from Nova Scotia and is now the director of international business at group IB a private cybersecurity firm based in Russia. Palmer has spent his career preventing and responding to cyber attacks on internet users and businesses around the world, but he says Russian cybercriminals represent his greatest challenge. We've seen them, you know, very easily enter Vang networks move laterally to different sensitive systems within the banks and conduct very highly skilled attacks against theoretically. Well, protected networks Plummer gives me a tour of his company's office. There are rows of computers with mostly young adults in their twenties and thirties furiously typing and clicking away. So actually, you're standing in our cert room. So this is our. Computer, emergency response team on the far wall. There's a large projector screen dubbed, the I which shows cyber attacks happening in real time. It's basically a collection of web pages. Many of them fakes trying to get users to click on a link or enter their personal information. And I noticed one website on the screen that looks familiar whether we looking at right here. So this is actually a fishing page. So it's a page trying to make people believe it's a Royal Bank of Canada page, and actually it's a page that suburb criminals developed try and steal the username password for Royal Bank of Canada customers. Palmer says the Canadians are sent emails that look like they're from the Bank. But instead contain this fake but convincing our BC website and others like it, which problem to enter their online banking password. And unfortunately, detect thousands of these that are hosted in Russia. In the Ukraine or other such countries and this team here. Search be actually works to take down these pages. So that Canadian customers don't lose their credentials and money cybercrime costs the Canadian economy nearly five billion dollars a year, including ransoms that are paid by ordinary Canadians to cybercriminals often in exchange for their stolen personal information. If you look at the the tools that are developed and used by different offensive groups that are trying to do so for for evil. If you will a lot of them are developed by Russian speaking individuals. I've actually thought about this a lot, you know, why is it that the Russian speaking cybercriminals is is so much more talented. You know, I think it probably goes back to the history of of Soviet Union and really investing a lot into, you know, the education of the individuals here, especially within the engineering space, and there's. Like, I said a lot of very talented people within the programming space. And unfortunately, sometimes there there's not always enough viably economic positions legal economic positions that they they can acquire here in Russia. So unfortunately, young individuals that have high programming skills with no job opportunities may choose the path of of quick success for for dollars. But unlike the painful post Soviet years these days Russia's unemployment rate is that historic lows and the IT industry actually has shortage of specialists Palmer's company works with local universities to try and recruit taxamnesty Russian youth to show them that there's a lot of really cool opportunities within the security space to to do and use your skills for good. And he also works to educate regular internet users who he says often seriously underestimate the potential for cyber attacks. Being cyber vigilant is incredibly important working in this industry has taught me to always be. Concerned about what I'm putting online where I'm putting it. What types of passwords? Do I use to use the same password on more than one site? You know, where do I store this information? How's it getting out there, you know, Canadian should be should be vigilant about what they do, you know when they access their their Bank accounts. Ensure that it's as GPS, you know, understanding if it's legitimate webpage or or not, you know, potentially a fishing page trying steal banking credentials using him in password. You know, understanding these types of things can can ensure that their information doesn't get doesn't get taken and used for for malicious purposes and financial cybercrime is only part of that question. Hi, Jeff to get a sense of the bigger picture. I connected via Skype with Mortiz Callan or cabbie for short. He's a leading expert in cybersecurity whose advised the Canadian government among many others on how to protect against cyber attacks. When we talk about the threats that are facing Canadians in the cyber world. What generally do you see as being the biggest one one of the things that we need to dive into just before we go into the question of what the biggest threat is kinda define what the cyber threat. Looks like cabbie divides, those cyber threats into three key categories or BA three buckets as he likes to call them. The reason that I'd like to do that is then the threats to whether that to everyday Canadians, whether they're to businesses whether the government they are they kind of shake out of the three buckets cyberthreat bucket number one is cyber theft. Hairless go get the money instead of an old fashioned Bank heist. The are now using key strokes instead of guns to steal money. Like, we just discussed with nNcholas Palmer and to steal personal data intellectual property even state secrets remember the time. The US government was busted for ease dropping on its allies documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the NSA may have been spying on Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Canadian government has also been attacked by cyber thieves the government's largest research organization. The National Research Council was hacked back in twenty fourteen and had some of its works stolen, allegedly by the Chinese costing Ottawa hundreds of millions of dollars. There are a number of nation states, which interested in what we do secrets that. We have the information around our economy, those sorts of areas cabbies cyberthreat bucket number two is this information like. Those Russian internet trolls accused of meddling in election campaigns, for example, some referred to it as fake news. But the use of a variety of digital channels particularly social media to if you like poison democratic system opposing some of the conversations and drive wedges in society and cabbies third and final cyberthreat bucket is probably the scariest one cyber warfare. It involves the kind of doomsday scenarios, we often seed dramatized in Hollywood movies. I'm doing America favor. Like die hard four, for example, where hackers try to shut down America's entire computer infrastructure. Just issued a critical the entire network down. Crashing just hit the entire financial sector. Now. Obviously, we haven't seen anything on that scale, which is fortunate since Bruce Willis isn't as young as he used to be but these cyber warfare attacks do happen. The damage is very real and one recent example, sent a chill around the world the life went out for hundreds of thousands of people right before Christmas, a cyber attack on the power grid in Ukraine caused widespread. Blackouts Russia appears to figured out how to crash power grid. With a click cabbie says that attack traced back to computers in Russia was a wakeup call to officials in Canada. I suddenly know that within the Canadian electric association, for example. This is a group umbrella group represents many of the electric providers in in Canada or the industry as a whole they have very concerned with this area. They have cyber security operating groups many of those involved in power and utilities do take the cybersecurity threats seriously. So they do take meshes, and they try to put these measures in place to prevent those sorts of scenarios from volving, but the biggest cyber attack of them all went far beyond a single country. I major so called ransomware attack is underway worldwide. The wannacry virus was a ransomware cyber attack in twenty seventeen that infected and shutdown hundreds of thousands of computers across one hundred and fifty countries security experts say this is one of the worst and most widespread pieces of now where they've ever seen causing billions of dollars in damage knocking banks oil companies, even hospitals. Fourth in hospitals across the UK to turn away patients American Canadian and British authorities blamed North Korea for that one a cry cyber attack, but perhaps the most important detail of that story, isn't who was responsible or even the extent of the damage. It's that the biggest ransomware attack in history started with a single Email. It arrived on a Friday morning in the inbox of some unsuspecting computer user somewhere in Europe. The Email contained an attachment a compressed zip file and in a split-second decision. They opened it. I will say this. The biggest problem with cyber security is the fact that we've got, you know, big firewalls and everything in place in those get breached all the time even with those in place what they rely on if someone cl-. Picking someone clicking a link someone actually bringing the payload in someone actually letting them get into the system of all the cyber attacks reported last year more than ninety percent were avoidable the wannacry virus like the cyber attack on Hillary Clinton's Email server, and so many others caused widespread damage all because someone received a suspicious, Email and clicked on it. Anyway. So the first thing I would take away from that is we tend to think about of security and the need cybersecurity as by mall firewalls, but Mobilink shiny things in place in we'll be safe. And actual fact the human component of it the social engineering component of it is just as if not more important. I would say that it is far easier to get into a break into a system and inject Melwood. Do whatever else you wish by compromising human be than by direct. Attacking that system. Okay. Spoiler alert at the end of the movie hackers. Remember, the film are Russian friend Alexsandr recommended. There's a massive cyber battle the goodguys Dade and his teenage hacker friends finally defeat the villain preventing him from capsizing, those oil tankers and causing mass destruction. And of course, Dade gets the girl. I can't believe they decided you won guys felt that the only way I'd get a date. But experts say that in the real cyber war, the heroes aren't hackers. But ordinary computer users that it's up to people like you and me to educate ourselves about the risks online. And to think before you click. For curious cast and global news. This is Russia rising an investigative series from me Jeff simple to unravel the mystery of today's Russia if you liked what you heard you can help spread the word by rating reviewing end subscribing for free now at apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcasts and every other act where you get your streaming audio. We can also be found a curious cast dot CA next time will investigate the case of Sergei scribble. The former Russian spy who was poisoned with a deadly nerve agent in Salisbury England. This girl or near Russian secret. I would never do that with a personal authors ation from Putin man, where they just berate in in very very unprofessional way. And we see it everywhere. The British government was quick to accuse the Kremlin and a slew of western countries, including Canada responded with sanctions and by kicking out. Russian diplomats will cut out the noise and examined the evidence, including what it reveals about Russia's secret intelligence operations. That's next time on Russia rising. If you have a question or want to know more follow me on Twitter at Jeff simple GM or Email me at Russia rising at curious cast dot CA and be sure to check out the show notes. For more information about what you heard today. Russia rising. Written and hosted by me, Jeff simple deliver. As is our story producer and sound design is by rob Johnston. Thanks for listening and join us next time for Russia rising.

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Why borrowing can be good for your wealth

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

29:23 min | 2 years ago

Why borrowing can be good for your wealth

"You're listening to a special edition of the briefing. Boca's live from the salinity Moberly in Milan on the fourteenth of April two thousand and nineteen on monocle twenty four the briefing is brought to you in association with Highland die. Hello. This is a special edition of the briefing coming to you live from Salone del mobile in Milan it Sunday and this world leading design event is once again bringing this fine city to live over the next thirty minutes. I'll be joined by some of the most exciting names in design and architecture as we so up all that's happening here at the world's largest furniture, fair the Salone del mobile that's a head on this special Sunday edition of the briefing starting now. Welcome to opera feature Trenton or here on via toner in Milan. You're listening to very special Sunday addition of the briefing coming to you live from Celona demobilised. I'm Georgina Goldman and coming up we'll be hearing from some of the most fascinating names in the wells of design architecture broadcasting from our pop-up monocle twenty four radio station. Just a few convenience steps from us special. Monica cafe where the floodlights have been flying. First before we go any further. Let's check the days Italian papers Monaco's Milan. Correspondent Ivan Cavaliers here Ivan thanks for coming in. It's a bit of a miserable day, but I'm quite convinced that you're going to brighten it out for us. Okay. We'll start off with some some hard news. Again. Of course Libya's is dominating. The the foreign section of the time papers there is a story about a ship of migrants that the Maltese authorities have have accepted, and they're taking on refugees that'll be dispatched to for European countries. Not not Italy. And so the Italians are obviously pleased about this because Italy has been bearing the brunt for for many many years the arrival of of migrants, and so this is an issue where returns have been been trying to work towards getting the Maltese to to accept some of the arrivals. And now this disagreement to to have them dispatched to Germany, Portugal, France and Luxembourg in this instance, I think will will at least help some of the tensions in Rome between the various members of the coalition because you have of course, materials Slovenia of the league always concerned and always. Discussing immigration, and and using it as a hot button issue to rally support for for his base. Now, there are many issues that thrown out by this. I the fact that of course, the conflict is continuing in Libya, which means particularly going into the summer the migrant season, so to speak that seems a very harsh way to describe it has has begun. Officially the the weather is good people are fleeing from the conflict. So Italy is likely to see an influx of people who are running for their lives. There's now. Yes, an estimate just today. One of the headlines of six thousand people that could be arriving soon I've been to Lampedusa in the past reporting for monocle, and in this was when I was there it was early March. And even then, you know, the season was the weather was quite mild, the c in terms of making that passing that passage across the Mediterranean, and it's something now, which is the big concert. Then then the numbers were were around. Sixty to eighty thousand depending on on the year. Of course, now we've seen numbers in recent years much much larger, and of course, Italy having to absorb a lot of that initially because obviously they're coming here. And then the problems of trying to repatriate or move them to other countries because Italy doesn't have agreements with with a lot of these countries you need to have bilateral agreements to then send back people, repatriate them. Oftentimes, you need a police officer or to escort a person chartering planes. So you can imagine the cost there. So all of these things people don't realize, I it it it amounts to a huge cost in terms of personnel. And man hours in Italy's had to deal with that for for a long time and often felt that Brussels and its partners in Europe. We're not hearing it clearly and we've seen obviously measures various operations in the Mediterranean to try to stem. This flow with some success, obviously, a stable situation Libya will. We'll we'll be the key. And we've just seen. Now, there's reports now the US bringing back so special forces. So maybe they're trying to in some way, perhaps see where they can stabilize in certain instances in Tripoli, it's going to be still hot point. So we'll have to wait and see whether this general half tar whether he decides to use diplomacy or whether he still takes the road of force to for for his rap power. I wonder what the tone is in the Italian papers. Because clearly these people would not believing unless it was up -solutely necessary. This is not an easy journey. People are doing it because they have to to stay alive. And I wonder, you know, it's seeping into the language words like stemming the flow and things that basically other migrants that that that make them. People that use uttering language, if you know what I mean that the make make them less a being in in terms of of press coverage quite often in many countries. And I wonder if there is any kind of humanitarian concern coming across in these pieces. I've seen in my experience. You know, the titans have done quite a lot. There are hospital peop- nation. They received these people that care for them in ways, which I think is quite commendable. Obviously the numbers in recent years have been quite quite large, and so resources are are, unfortunately, you know, stretched, and I think it's difficult and as the economy, you see a country that's in a a technical recession as economists like to say, and so this these mounting problems have been, you know, obviously, quite difficult, unfortunately. And so now you see in the emergence of of Matteo Salvini with his league party gaining in the polls. And he's now at thirty one percent. And he's someone who always uses the immigration argument every day to rally his base, and it's been affective. Clearly, and it's something where I think Italians are they're welcoming people, I think, unfortunately, it's it's been an exhausting experience. This. This problem with the immigration crisis. And so perhaps they are slightly less welcoming. But, but which is unfortunate. But obviously they have they've seen their their resources stretched very thin. I haven't just very quickly. We've got time for one more story. And I wanted to talk about great movements of people, but in a completely different way, and that's cues in public spaces. Yeah. In the local section of the Milan. Paper, quote, we have a feature on these these great outdoor installations, unfortunately with the weather today. People are going to be you know, under umbrellas, but lines have been quite long. I've heard from people waiting two hours to see exhibits. But you know, overall, I think it's great these these installations is actually one with a gentleman who is in in a in a big pool swimming doing laps. And so there's obviously the Leonardo exhibit over in via San Marco if you're in Milan, and you have a chance if you want, you know, battle that line queue is maybe maybe an hour now with the rain, but I think it's a it's a testament to how Celona has pulled in people not just to the fairgrounds, but all these neighborhoods and really given the city a very dynamic, you know, vibrant life, which funneling after this week, you know, my neighbor, which is fairly central it it closes up quite quite a bit. And I would like maybe not the crowds every week like this. But I do appreciate this quarter of movement and hearing lots of you know, languages from Scandinavia or Asia. So, you know, I think it's I think it's good for the city. It's of course, you're Italy's. Most politics. And I think it gives it a vibrancy which is important. Absolutely. Thank you very much. Indeed. That's I've uncovered. No editor in chief. Tyler has been quite a busy mom this week. He goes up with French designer an architect Murray muscle. They spoke about where Europe is headed during tub Bulent times, politically and economically from a design perspective. I hope that Europe will be will count as you know, there is no single initiative today. It's impossible to do by alone. Things we need to be to have a critical mass to people being involved together to make part of the of the path for me. And for Europe. It's really important that we would try to do something together. As far as you have to Maine were United States, China better. It's also part of the the diversity of cultural FRANZ for what could be off future as you mankind earth. Does there need us to to leave quite bet? There is some some steaks. And I hope you're up noise. Trees crossing some influence like every time the story when people are scared about you Joe, okay? The tried to fund some simple answer the note, positive one. But usually that going back to our scale, but it's the issue of today and McCoy's a new player. That I help is very progressive. You're here you just touched down. Tell me you've got a variety of things on the go like every designer a series of projects what is museum also unveiling at so only this year like let's say everywhere because I walk for ten years and even more with some companies with the same companies. So it's a long partnership that sometime we have new things sometime just few things you took good year. Let's say I'm very proud what we did together with body foam Potter novel with Dido upper an MD data that the main players in the industry of Asia. And also with the German company abso- saw where it's about four sets. It could mentor. We launch new big collection where it's about Eugene's best for them. And I think that's that's it. I end with that. Of course may new partnership. It's a smart company few people. It's patrimony of UNESCO. This company in Bosnia. When they asked me for. I don't know. I don't open from now sheep because I don't want to do more in nature field. When I understood it was the most I sought Europe is leaving the same caned of India Serie break where I'm scared about nearly one century ago before the first World War and wanted to have a look there. What does it mean? And I saw the place, and we we develop cref meant piece of furniture, where are just beautiful my interview, and it's all in wood and made with calving things. And yeah, I'm quite excited in did you find there was a different level of skill or craftsmanship as you found maybe in Bosnia that if you went to Portugal, or you went to Poland or somewhere else for manufacturing that they had to offer to be really honest Nov. The skills are quite the same. When you have good craftsmen boat would everywhere everywhere else to say, maybe in Japan, the are quite different. Let's say the of the Tumen and one mixed culture there and the develop some different kind of try. Bishop patterns that helps them to have different skills. I didn't choose this kind of fork patterns, but it was a pleasure to our with them. And to discover something different here. Really, do you think if you look at that region as well because maybe the Aud time, you you get a garment and you see it's made in Bosnia Herzegovina, but it's it's quite rare to say a product in. I would say in developed world context from there. Do you see a big chance in the Balkan region for maybe even more manufacturing and more? I mean in the same way that we see things, of course, more from North Africa. We see more things I mean, even imagined Portugal, Portugal was as always in manufacturing things. But maybe not at the same level. They are today. Maybe in Bosnia. It's three million in the Monterey. And it's not there is no industry. Let's say so the only way today for them, of course to work together. Like finally north of Italy where it's more than distribute. There is small communities of the re- shop entrepreneur in various shopping Rouge that walk together. To AARP this furniture editors or even the county's three like failure. Neverthe- Bronco connected together to make a big industry. Well, they don't have Eugenia three like in United States or in China. But there is just craftsman. And I think it's crucial for them. Because when I see in Europe, what we are in France like social manifestations and the things and you see their what their reality we feel like a little bit guilty to escape over two. And finally acuity for me was an adventure to try to to share positive g with these people that are angry to use their skills to to make business and step by step. I think of course, when you are living in the needs, you're smarter. It's like you have the d day knows the and the small mammals and mementos at the time just needs a few energy just to survive and to adapt themselves, and I met people that are very, very smart. So like everywhere in the world. But the needy. So we will see I helped that Europe will be we'll count and that is geometry muscle with a Tyler rela-. Now, the so much happening here this week from lands ever popular Celente Mobilink trading not alarm, which is going rather annoyingly earlier we dispatched our in Tom Edwards. Fred chat with Luca Martinez early head of city marketing full Milan there discuss what Selena means the city, but also whether new opportunities for the city to become a wider hub of design business and technology big in a city business in these days. He's a very tough business. Probably the toughest business as you know, Ron, Monaco. There is a huge competition coming from Europe, but globally each single cities investing to promote themselves and to offer new services as a city, we see the poor -tunities we launched a few months ago new promotional agency under the brand of. Yes. Lanna and we see threes. Specific opportunities for business. The first one is to become a gateway for Europe for the east of the world. We look to Asia we look to Middle East this nation cosc- Alleanza as get we. We can offer them and amazing quality of life mazing connection to the rest of Europe and specific classes where we are highly specialized so from facial design and financial services life science is getting bigger and bigger fintech is a huge opportunity. We're not where London is but the system is evolving faster than other places and Agritech is another space where Italy brings together the knowledge and the tradition of foods with the technicality of life science and everything connected to Trish in general. So we we see these significant opportunity in front of us. We are attacking the market rewritable. What I was gonna ask you a bit about the the news sort of age. Agency, and some of these new directions. How easy is it to enact a change like that to change? Maybe the structure of your department and others you quite fleet of foot. Are you able to try new things because often we think about things if there's lots of bureaucracy in city hall, this kind of thing is it quite easy to to make changes. The significant challenge of in general Miano specifically's that be we are a place where a lot of actors, and we are very much individuals and we play with his mentality. So it's very difficult to bring together Easter tuitions and people do achieve the same goals. He tap is when we have big goals tap expo is now happening with their Olympics that we are looking for four thousand twenty six mothers. Our biggest challenge is tried to make sure people come together around table and they play with the same objective. We believe that when we are able to show the paternity as city all in general as a citizen there is a desire to do more Moore our seas. I mean is Tom Brady's everywhere. I guess it's not Italy. I mean civic pride as well. The melons particularly proud of their part of the town. I mean, I think everyone is very proud. But we. We are not very loud in telling combination about ourselves. So we we love to be very much critic. But what we do. And in fact, in respect of other cities or other countries, we are less good in promoting herself as a as a teenager as a brand I think this is pushing us to to to do more at the same time. We losing some opportunities to show the confidence that we have in our city, and I mentioned your technical focus being on the technical side of the operation. Can you tell us a bit about the tools at your disposal that you'll mice excited about because a monocle we often hear about small cities even hair out the Hindustan everyone's talking about the digital transformation, which is ongoing. What are those tools? Let like are you most excited by this sort of digital realm? If I have to talk about tools technical, tools, I think data at the biggest challenge for city we and their process of restructuring our data hub, especially we are. Building that hub for tourists. She's very unique is bringing together a lot of not apparent ship with credit cards with tank are with lockup provider of data and together with that we are working to be the MP of the city. So a work into the global audience correlate this audience with. That the provider, and we believe is going to be a powerful tool. What stock when he started his job is that cities, Don know too much about their customers, which is very I think we live in a situation where cities and knows more about the city, then cities is know about the customers, which is unique in the business at least in Europe. So we have been forcing a lot is in order to evolve and change we made a new Sierra of the city of Monaro, so focusing on citizen, and we know a lot about them now in a positive way. And on the other side, we've been pushing the knowledge of visitors. Finally, we know who they are what they do. They move what they want. And it's interesting project. They must challenge one price. Let's play fantasy game. Let's say maybe hear even hear entertainer in in two thousand thirty. Do you have a confidence that you? No milan. Will look like we'll feel like then do you think that these long term goals that you've been describing fair e confidence about what the future will will be like CAIR Milana Mary much confident about the future of Milan. I'm less confident about the future of the country, not as easily as we see Milano become a center of gravity for the business and the rest of Italy's losing ground. We huge negative externalities. So I believe the challenges that we know that we we continue to grow in the city we become higher larger and we attract more and more businesses. But we believe that they will mainly come from the rest of instead of the rest of the war, and so create a significant inequality or to finally than always say, it's very easy hair on our STAN sun is shining. Thanks for sorting that out, and there's so much dynamism and excitement around this week in particular. But to those who pops listening from further away. What's the key message? Some of the key kind of campaign language that union colleagues have of why they need to come in. Whether it's for business for pleasure for design. Wait was the US pay the melanin still has to think we are able to balance very functional city and efficiency together with an incredible lifestyle. So I think you can bring together the best of modern life, which is driven by goals, and my business as we are Milano star equally together with the paternity to live at the different pace from the pace of the city of is unique. We are one point five million people. We are one hour and half away from the seaside from the mountains from the legs. And we have an incredible offering of heritage. But every target is alive is not that you look to the past by you see people making stuff team. So tickets it's unique and different feeling than living in Taipei these days. Right. I mean, it's different opportunity. But if you have interest in personal balance, I think lanell is one of the best choice across the world in his days. Speaking to Tom Edwards, you'll live with this special edition of the briefing next up the Spanish designer Patricia akilah, the newly appointed artistic director of casino, who's a longtime collaborator with her friend. Patricia morosi definitely needs met Patricia over at the mercy astound. I am. But later cure am designer first day of salon. Yeah. Exactly. And I saw before putting the finishing touches on on some of your set of how do you feel that it's going so far it's very early. But but camrose is a very good friend and the ended yesterday night. And then whenever I, but they were asking me if I like it when owner the position of the SAFA what's normal in in this kind of familiar relation to have this with Patrick here. And I know not point. I mean, it's been a collaboration that's been going on how many years now. Oh, I would say twenty years. What's what's the secret to having such a long lasting relationship with jemele Roseau? I think by this is being the first person that would be on the spot that believe in me, and those things you never forget. Then in another side our relation became very deep relation in a human way. Then is the truth. I think is one of my best friends, and we still have in independence each one. Does a lot of personal things by our own of the things works and everything bad. We keep a with a space for us for having a personal motto or to to share a path together. And I was curious to get your thoughts on is obviously that the salon ahead fiero. But there's also the forest Alana the events in in town, and maybe more than ever I sort of had people saying, I guess is it worth. Coming to the fire because there's so much happening in town. Then again, I've had people say that in town it's becoming a bit too much of a spectacle to sort of odd seen. What do you think is it a balance it's under then mobile has a long long story, but he's the copy of designed for one week, and we are more than half a million person here. Then what they think is each of us has to find his personal path. I call through to all these waves of information. I think there are many possibilities to move Salona. But today with the capacities of websites, friends, and blah, blah. There are many ways to find your personal time for doing the right things to do. Then I think the the Salone physical Salona if you have clear ideas, forcibly you can see interesting things and outside of salon. If you have the the right? Many times me I always asked two architects designers on friend. Please send me the first today's the things you like it, and then I inquire them. And I go to see the things they say to me. And then I obviously I have to work for the companies, I'm working, and that's part of the work. But I I always I always visit three full things that they needed to be seen, and it's all about communication. I've been involved this year in three things, which is here we are in Roseau and in the fear. I am always connected with another fantastic girl, which is a map from Ghana. They do carpeting, and she did not as a new insists that I saw. Yes. And in little space, she gave an energy, and we did a sustainable path. A very interesting thing, and we just a little no discovering imagination of people in a very innovative. Short were in a very easy way. That's what I like from gun. And I worked with KC that we have a space here you have to see whether they were they were reproducing because they have the rights for pavilion from richardneer Tra. And then they we just did I think a very dedicate an interesting on cultural little pavilion than a little journal inside the fair. Because of course, he also designed some of the stands as well as exhibiting your own products. And if they are my friends, we work together in France, we've we had this box, and we did a kind of shift with the callers, Germany three and the German three and we've been thinking this year about new materials, and this idea of nature and another way to to get this most in relation to many new research of of material. I'm very interesting about my work done with even with the p we did for data kind of stone. Carpets. They go. The name is for data for the stones than with the left of the painting. They used for doing cars is something which is doing a research about this kind of Materia, which is for the demand by the men, and it's done with left, and then we were referencing that in the in the economy graffiti of my work with says, it a p the are different things always look into new Materia kind of validation that can help us a lot to rethink part of our problems in relation with with process and production and Patrice as in the moment thinking a lot about this. We are thinking about new sustainable path new new arguments that I think is not we don't see them only this year. We will see them in the next years to and to work to all of us. And do you do the research together? Do you have your own studio? The way you try new materials and processes. And I have my own studio, and I do my research, but we've we've been always we speak up the phone concepts run by the phone. I said, you adjusted understood image, send me a photo thing. Then we begin research do the fabric in in with the computer in the studio, we speak with with a company, they produced Patrizia control. We look at them. We do the whole path. Really? She come many times to my house. I go to dinner we share a lot of things difficult is plan because it's really the note limits in between us when I began three years ago my art direction in casino, which is something. I'm doing is taking a lot of my energy. And and my time because this is a tough thing. And I'm very proud about. I only said to them I will keep in relation with morals because is at want and the energy of this flow of concept. And and research, we do and they said to me is okay. And that is Patricia Accua with Daphne cannons. And that's all for the briefing. Thank you for joining us.

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Queen and Drone Viability, Honey Fraud and Apimondia with Dr. Jeff Pettis

Beekeeping Today Podcast

56:42 min | 1 year ago

Queen and Drone Viability, Honey Fraud and Apimondia with Dr. Jeff Pettis

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So I'm worried about them. And and I've got friends in North Carolina that ARP pulling swarms out of trees. So yeah it's spring. Hey both speaking of swarms intrigues. You have friends in the Pacific northwest. We had swarms. I had a swarm last weekend there. Yeah Watch out. This hive and silly hybrid had swarmed in and and the swarm was underneath hanging onto Boorda hanging off the bottom board so swept into a pan and put them in a nuke and check them today and they're just Haman right along there just fat and happy. So mid April is that is that typical swarm time Pacific northwest. I This I've not had them in the individual mid April before the it seems I have to go back and check my notes but in May before swarms but you know what is really interesting not to put a product plug here. But let's just say I had a High Monitoring Abreu minder type product on my hive and I got an alert saying hey you might have had a swarm because noticed a sudden loss of Colony wait outstanding. I thought that was pretty cool. That's pretty cool. So what is it like an alarm? Go off in your phone or something. I gotTA. I received an email said. You're kidding you might know. It was a loss of. They'd lost four pounds. I think alerted triggered dealer and they said and and advice sent you an email. That said maybe pay attention. Jeff you just lost four pounds of yeah go go look out and I said I said you know just just like anybody in the new new world with instruments. I didn't trust my instruments and I said God stupid stupid computer. There's nothing going on out there. It's April it's Pacific northwest. It's been raining. I went out there and by. Golly there was a swarm hanging on the bottom board. You know what you need. Is You need Jerry. Berman shanks device talks to you. You know instead of just giving you a wait and send you an email and you device it just talks to you and says hey get out here guy. Yeah maybe maybe so I did use his guru APP and afterwards. So maybe we'll find out what the bees are talking about after this warm. Hey I'm looking forward to our podcast. Dr Jeff Pettus. You know from way back don't you I do. I've known jeff a long time and It'll be good to talk to him again. We're at eight Monday together. And I saw him. I don't know maybe five hundred yards away and we waved. He was busy busy busy busy busy busy so we didn't get to chat. So it's it'll be good to catch up with him. I haven't talked to quite a while. Well let's let's get right into it. I know he has a lot to talk about well. Dr Jeff Pettus. Welcome to beekeeping today. Podcast you thank you jeff. Good to be here. You and I WanNa thank your parents for what a wonderful name you have. I think redistricting except my my full name is Jeffrey J. F. F. E. R. Y. Only are correct. It's not Jeffrey and it's not free in it yet. So it's Jeff are- over anyway. I'm I I'm the Ra de well. Well we'll just just something throw him off and he won't know which is wholly Jeff. I liked to well it's K-. Im here and Jeff Peres. It's been a while since united had a chance to talk we. I waved at you briefly at the April Monday conference up in Montreal this year and that was as close as we got you. Were running full speed the whole time and it's been a while like I said it's been awhile since we talked. So what have you been up to since you left? Usda well good question. Kim Yeah I did. I remember seeing in Montreal. Montreal was quite quite a busy time quite a good quite a good meeting so I left. Usda in move on to do other things and most people think I retired well. No I didn't retire. I I was active. I had a couple of PAM. Ranz probably tapism grants and I'm still working on some of those also have active grant with Dave Tarbey. Usda grant would. They've CARPI working on Queen Quality. So I'm currently working on. Amateur azure assistants as well Luton. You're looking at whether we have amateurs was justice in the USO still pretty active on the research front. But the Monday a hat that I wear. I was already the president of this Be Health Commission so that beheld commission we cover you know roll mice af be all the things that affect afflict these worldwide and I was head of that for over four years and then this past year in Monday I was elected president and at Espada change a change in what. I'm responsible for stuff like that. So is a new hat. But it's a it's a welcome challenge. I think it's serving beekeepers global mobilink. That's good to hear it's good. I want to go back to your research. Just to start with air. Your we're GONNA with Queen Quality with with Dr Tarpley. How's it going not? Well I know I because we've identified shipping temperatures in Queens ship from quaint producer to the to beekeeper. We've identified Queen Shipping is one of the issues. But there's a lot of other issues McQueen health and stuff so it's only one of the possible problems and I've kind of modelled day or did a prototype obey not an air conditioned shipping container but a small shipping container. That would move air and kind of guarantee the queen's safe arrival but it will take more engineering to do and I'm not sure if the industry needs it and I'm not sure if you know industries ready for it so they There are some issues with Queen Shipping. And then Dave Turkey. We've been working on drone hilts and other issues with pesticides in Queens. So we're just continuing that work and I say it's not going well. It means that Queen is still a major issue for beekeepers around the globe. Anna the longevity of Queens is I know it's not what it used to be I mean people say. How do you know that used to see two and three year queens and we don't see Queen's lasting much more than sixty years to six months to a year now so it's an uphill battle on Queen Health. I think I think you're right there on the meetings that I attend. That's always one of the questions with what's going on with Queen so I think you're working on the right place looking at the looking at the things that need to be looked at well. One thing I'll give I'll get Dave Turkeys lab big plug. They they have what they call a Queen Clinic and several queen. Breeders around the country are using it. So if they've the Queen Breeder wants to know if his or her queens are well-made it in high sperm viability they can ship Queens today harpies lab and he'll analyze it for him. Give them a report on. There's queens and that's been helpful giving feedback. We know that early. Mated Queens sometimes are so good at the midsummer maybe heat stress or whatever so he's able to give feedback and provide some information back to queen about about about what the quality of those Queens produce. So it's a it's ongoing service that he's providing and we're still working together on said some of heat stress issues and also some of the pesticide exposure issues with So if I'M GONNA be buying Queens behoove me to to be talking to the Queen Producer that. I'm working with and say by the way if you run your operations who Tarpley's lab to see if things are going okay. Well it's it's not. I mean you can analyze ten queens and get a pretty good handle on Bajic Timeframe Yonsei of these queens coming out this time of year or really high quality. And you'll give you a score score. Based on all the queen's he's analyzed overtime and say these are eight plus Queens or these are B plus Queens or whatever so yeah it's a it's not a bad idea and what factors of looking at. I mean though scoring on a ship. Queens live McQueen's live. He starts ways the queen which is just a gross measure of you know we always think. Larger Queens are better than that may not always true. He does more for metric measurements also just measuring wings and stuff to see that. There is some of the key measures are he'll do sperm volume. The number of spur. The numbers sperms from Arizona in the sperm. Eka and then the live. Did those two measures so really important. So a a well mated. Queens should have over five million sperm and sometimes I have eight to ten million sperm. If they give below three about three million. They're probably not well made it and the other is the viability. Should be at least eighty five percent are better at the time? And we're seeing some of these. Failing Queens have thirty and forty percent viability. So they're their sperm. Viability is way down in some of these queens been he'd stressed or whatever So yeah he that the sperm volume of the number of sperm and the sperm viability. He also can do virus things like that but the virus numbers I mean. What do we do about viruses? What are we doing? What are we doing currently bias social canceling everything under the Sun? Doing with a corona virus. I know I know gasoline most of my trips. Well that's a question then is is he looking at? Queen's overtime brand new queens queens year old Queens older than that? So we've done we've done some of that. He did a very nice study with I. Can I can say the name. Oliver raise a number. A number beekeepers are really cooperative. So I'm not pointing out raise being exceptional. Although yes but dave went away and said Hey. Can I get some of your queens from the certain batch and then you run them in your production? Look at them over time so look at them over like six to eight months so out of this one mating group. They tested him right then right if they made it and then he put them in production colonies. Ship THEM TODAY. Across the whole season. Well they only lost like less than ten percent viability over that time period so they actually in the colonies. They held up really well so he he's done that. I've done in published some stuff on like become a super reacquainting. Variability was all over the board and then when beekeepers rated the colony is failing versus. Good the queen's in the well-performing colonies had much higher sperm by ability to nose in the failing colonies but but not all failing colonies have have have core made. Cooley made it or or high most firm. I go to Queens so but that's already been published. So yeah no we he. Dave looked at the time series effect. But now we're getting more into drones like making sure that drones are maturing in the Spring and Flight. Time and even pesticide exposure to drones are the drones before they ever meet with the Queen's. Are they in good shape to doing some of that work? And that's going and it's going to produce a pretty interesting picture when when you get some of these things done and also I can see where it's going to educate beekeepers questions to ask and symptoms to look for so that when I started this heat stress stuff about two and a half three years ago. Now it's been maybe more than that and the Queen. Breeders were already aware of heat stress in particular because when it gets so hot they knew you know the shipping in these battery boxes and sometimes a battery boxes overheat that kind of thing. So they're doing a lotta the adding extra water so they were well aware of some of the problems but we were trying to find what was the was the upper and lower limit for safe shipment and we actually think we've arrived at it. It's a ballot and I'll have to give it to you in Centigrade. I'll let you do the conversion I can I can do. The emergent is somewhere between thirty nine and forty degrees. C is the upper limit for equator exposed. To thirty nine to forty degrees centigrade for more than an hour the viability and within her is going to go down if it drops below about. I think it's eight or eight to ten degrees C. So even on the low end eight Tennessee which is about not much below fifty Fahrenheit. Eight to eight to ten degrees centigrade. The sperm viability can be damaged by the cold. We've got an upper limit of thirty nine to forty Centigrade. And we've got a lower limit of eight to ten ten degrees C and that's only an hours worth of exposure so it's really narrow. There's a fairly new window when they're completely safe. We had we had a shimmer. They got cold in July of Kim. It got to eight degrees being shipped in July in the US. So so how did that happen? Not In Ohio. I hope I can be on the air. What we assume it was in the airplane. It was something about when the airplane was at thirty thousand feet. They didn't quite regulate the cargo. Hold well enough and to the only explanation because we also put two thermo couples in every time to make sure we're not getting false reading this tract the same it needs. Yeah is it true reading? Wow eight degrees. Wads cold eight degree. Eight degrees C O Celsius. I think it's about in the low forties. I can't always do the direct conversion sixteen sixteen to sixty one. That's an easy one. That's easy to remember sixteen sixty one and Zeros. Thirty two zero three. That's that's about as good as I get right there. And that's all post-meeting right any any research into pre meeting stresses on the con- viability. I pay another good beekeeper Zach Browning I worked with Browning. He made it a bunch of Queens in California and we follow them and we expose them to ama- trousers in different ways and Ama- traffic's odor surprisingly didn't seem to affect that was actually amateurs treatment to the colony so he raised a bunch of Queens in California and retreated North Dakota when they got there and and that publication is actually fairly recently. Come out just we we. We even treated him with out say Some less than less than legal treatments because we wanted to mimic what the what the what the beekeepers were doing so we use a world the legal strip and we used to other forms of shop. Taliban Greece and use it according to quench common recommendations. And we didn't see an effect on the Queen so we've done that with actually were already made it on. The pre mating is mostly. We've been doing work on the drone side looking. At what what? What can we do to produce good healthy drums and year round because the queen breeders are still trying to read Queens all through the year springtimes easy except early spring early spring. It's hard to get a mature but mid spring on. It's really easy. It's summer that gets really stressful on drones as well so I would think the Post analysis are the Nelson. The Post Mating drones. We thinking it through you know you mentioned Dama Trez Jeff. Doing some other work with amateurs earnt you well. I think amateurs is still uses. Is it not yes so on practice tapes him again? I really good really good outfit Funding a lot of really good practical research they they funded both. Ramesh securely to do some work on amateurs resistance developing an essay or looking at a. Was there resistance in the Pacific northwest and candidate with Shelly Hoover in Alberta and then I was taking a kit that I developed a field that I developed and comparing it to the vet. A Pharma has a little might wash kit. They do and they've adapted it to run an ashtray. They've adapted it to put a little piece of amateurs in there but Li- bs at it and tell whether or not you've got might resistance or not to address so I tested there with with also with input from them. I tested their kit versus the one I developed which is just a A Mason Jar with screen lid. So I ran the two kids side by side. And they're pretty comparable now. The real question is. Is there resistance out there? There are my age that aren't as easily controlled but the question is Wendy. You Call it resistance. And that's that's the question we're still after we don't. I'm not seeing high levels of mice. It can't be controlled. But they're not as easily controlled they have been in the past so the two to compare to put in a little bit into context. We Sell Flu. Validate resistance come it. It came in at about a year year and a half or two. It didn't take long for it to really catch y camouflage resistance happening quicker than that it made. It just came in and you almost couldn't control. The resisted spread really quickly across the country for some reason amateurs they're they're they're partially resistant but the resistance not being fixed. It's not holding and I'm not sure why they did. It must come at a great cost to the Mites or something and so the susceptible. Is it out. There out outnumber so we're still controlling them but there are signs of some level resistance so amateurs is still working at the moment. Are you finding a regional resistant? Pockets of resistance across. I worked in California and Tennessee and on the east coast here along in Maryland on this coast. And I haven't seen anything that I would really call resistance. Ramesh Oregon was comparing his might populations with those Berta and the mite populations in Oregon were harder to killed in the ones in Alberta. But I don't know if you call them resistant or not. And he was getting even getting bs from a lot from California Oregon and Washington state so he was getting a number of beekeepers from the West Coast moving into do all onion and carrot pollination so he was doing cross section about three states. That work is ongoing somewhat. Beeson candidate coming in from New Zealand. Part of it. New Zealand and Chile. Yeah so that may be. It's certainly going to be a factor. That's true they get get get fresh. Okay well you're also keeping bees and keeping a few as here so I moved out of the Washington. Dc Area A high rent district. I was glad to get out of a very crowded is a good place to raise boys a great school system and stuff but I'm on. The eastern shore of Maryland is called. It's Salisbury Maryland is down or halfway between the Chesapeake Bay and the and the and the ladder Gauchan. So we're we're right in the heart of called Delmarva Delaware Maryland and Virginia but as Nice area and my youngest son Kevin and I are keeping somewhere between twenty five and seventy five colonies. Depends on what you're asking me but yeah it's new and I'm trying to develop into a small business for him. So he's he's taken really taken to beekeeping lately. Not Boys did it first but lately Kevin Scott Take into it and we're running a few bees which is nice. It's fun it's Jeff. You mentioned your guitars or an escape with a BS from here. Nicest scape you get had day. Just go out and and work bees and it'll take your mind away from definitely. So what are you what are you doing? What are you doing with the honey? You're making are are you doing any pollination well so yeah we're doing doing a little bit a little bit of pollination they grow a lot of vine crops lot wrong watermelons etc and a lot of beekeepers. Only sure keep bees on trailers. So it's just a a traitor and I was lucky enough to link up with Oliver. Collins is a commercial beekeeper. Here who's downsizing from three thousand to five hundred and bought a few of his trailers and I did a little bit of pollination of blueberries and Pumpkins last year so you put twenty on a trailer you never have to lift them and you just hold the trailer to to the to the field and was done your it back so yeah do a little bit of pollination and mostly honey production and we sell it local markets here so we selling control the whole priceline and which which when we get when we get to April Monday. We'll talk about hunting fraud because that's a major issue facing beekeepers worldwide and. The money is active on that. But I mean the best thing you can do for hunting. Well educate the consumer have the consumer by more directly from the beekeeper. And I know that's not always possible. That's the way it get rid of hunting. Fraud is no. 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Well you you brought up the subject Apron Monday and I know you for the last four plus years you've been you've had some role with them and that just changed but what were you doing with them The last four years or so so I was the president of the Bee Health Commission which we have about five scientific emissions. Be Biology be health of beat products? We work in all different aspects of beekeeping and I was the president of the commission so I work on Barreau and AF. Be All the pests diseases that affect bees and we are you know you know most people. We hold a big meeting every two years. It moves globally around the world and so I was in charge of the scientific program for Health for that art and in this past year Montreal of elected president of the organization so now I'm more doing more every more public relations and more just across the board trying to manage organization and and and help serve me. Here's better well. I'm going to ape. Monday isn't isn't really well known in this country and it's not really well by me. Can you just give me a matchbook? Cover sketch of how it's administered in how the administration works and filters down so and what does it do for me okay. Well that's so. Let me start with a little bit. Just a little bit history. I won't give you the good. Yeah but it started. It started out of Bucharest. `ROMANIA IN THE IN THE O. Soviet Union and. It was solved a publishing house and he was gathering information on. Beekeeping publishing this thing called API and then they started holding this meetings global meeting mostly European based but it was a of called April Monday started. I was in Copenhagen. Denmark thinkers in Denmark About one hundred years ago so then every second year they'd have a big international meeting well international it really was European and then the Americas and some other people started getting all became more international. It's mostly just bringing beekeepers and scientists together to try to talk about common problems and serve the industry. There's a huge trade show goes along with it as a chance for except for beekeepers from all over and scientists from all over to come together and talk for a week about common problems so luckily a you're right in. North America is not as well known but the Canadians have always been involved in April Monday. And they've hosted two and no Ben Cooper and then just recently Montreal but the American honey producers have just and they joined because of our work April. Mondays work on hunting for all. So I have to give a shout out to Norberto Garcia. Who's on our board? And he is active in international honey markets and trying to understand honey fraud and so his honey producers amid honey producers have been after honey fraud and adulteration for a long time. So American hyper. You saw the value in joining Monday. And so we have a common theme there at least in honey frog. Didn't I didn't give you much about the administration. So sorry President vice-president There's an executive secretary and he's in Rome and he kinda runs the day to day operations of the we have about a hundred and twenty to one hundred and thirty full members which are either countries or major organizations within those countries. So we have to represent the majority of beekeepers in a country or or the majority of humidity region of a country so you can be a full member. There's a lot of associate members smaller clubs and things like that. And then and these are producers beekeeper beekeeper organization so we represent workers globally all the different beekeeping organisations but within. Those are the beekeeper themselves. So we're we're the associate the International Association of Beekeepers Associations who we're we're the with a head body that kind of pulls it all together and our our. Our flagship is the meeting every two years. And but with beyond that we host symposia in different parts of the world on specific problems like we just had one in the Philippines about two weeks ago on sting was bees and people do manage stainless little small. Things B.'S. Bruce very small amounts of money with his as medicinal quality. So it's high value. There's even that kind of beekeeping but back to the structures we have President Vice President Executive Secretary and then we have these five to six scientific commissions and we have five regional commission so we have one for the Americas which is North and South America. And we have one for Europe of the East Africa and Australasia. So we we have the regions of the world represented by a by president from that region and not to bring the concerns aloof. People Ford's Monday so anyway it's It's been an organization. It was mostly focused on this meeting over the past so many years and before that it was publishing we were Kim You could probably appreciate that you know being associated beak culture. They publish the act of for a long time. That transform kind of fell out of favor and that we don't we don't do any printing anymore but I'm hoping that we're going to change you. Get better in the information exchange realm where we're doing more just like you're doing here digitally and with video streaming of so our conference information. That was what I in my goal for the Organization. I talked about three. Things was diversity. Diversity of the beekeepers the types of beekeepers in the types of bees. We keep so from APIS. Melissa distinguised Beasley just different kinds of bees and the diversity of types of beekeeping Very traditional beekeeping log hives all the way up to modern mechanized beekeeping and then communication at talked about having our meeting. Part of our meeting streamed so that people don't have to go to the meeting. You know and be there in person. They can stream it from you know from Ireland or from Africa and be involved in the meeting and I didn't realize that we were about to be hit by a disruption to world to world trade and commerce but we just had our first Zoom meeting of our executive committee. So I just set it up and we just use zoom to meet across about twelve time zones so but but for the Organization for April Monday and for the meeting. I'm hoping to create more digital content for beekeepers around the world to tune into so that that would be a goal in the last part is just respect for the B.'s. We have to keep the bees themselves are what we're all about keeping good piece anyway. That's a that kind of a long winded a Monday. A sales pitch. But it's a. It's a challenge because beekeepers very all over the globe but we try to represent them all. We try to represent their interest. How often does the board meet so we meet? Every may were year cycle so every may the whole executive meets in Rome on on a non conference year. We meet in Rome conference year. We meet in the city where the meeting is going to occur so last. May We met in Montreal and then we came back in September. We had the meeting so this year. Well this year. We're going to have. This is good this year. We're going to have a virtual meeting in May own zoom and cut down on transportation costs in our carbon footprint. And everything else. So we'll have a virtual meeting in. May the zoom and then hopefully next May will meet in Russia and Ukraine or Russia is who for Russia's site of Twenty Twenty. One are meeting at twenty twenty one so we meet in May there and then the and the following fall we would have the international meeting. So there's about we have thirteen fourteen executive board members and we come together and discuss the business and set the agendas and and work on the scientific programs and things like that for the meeting. Jeff and I normally work mostly at most three time zones. I can't imagine trying to organize twelve so it. Well guess what? Guess what. I'm you're right about north. America has not been as involved in April Mondia. I'm so there's only I'm only one one extreme time zones and the other is Jody Goldsworthy in Australia and she's she was tuning in at ten o'clock and I was tuning in at six. Am So and then we have this window of about four hours. Where I'm waking up and she's she's but everyone else is in the middle somewhere so it's We only have that one window because I I don't really feel like giving up tonight but it works it works and we're and we're GONNA have to get used to it so what I was going to come back to to the biggest issues that we're working on One is just honey adulteration and honey fraud. That's a that's a huge issue. I mean that's that's one of our major initiative and Jeff before you go further what's the definition of honey fraud? Generally it could be a lot of different things but generally it's the addition of some type of Syrup that is not honey to to you know to increase the volume and then an increase lower the price of the of the way so they add rice syrup or some kind of corn syrup honey and hope it goes undetected and if you can add up to fifteen or twenty or thirty percent of the honey then you just you just increase your profit because the honeys worth you know. Let's say five dollars a kilo and the rice syrup is worth you know thirty cents a kilo or something so it's is often it is it's the addition of the adulteration edition of other sugars. That are that are not really honey. The other way that we're worried about is not actually leading the bees process like just harvesting unripe nectar. That's and then. Just the bee's have an added the enzymes to it and things like that and you're taking really raw nectar extracting and drying it down and calling it honey and to us the bees. The bees need to go through the process of adding the enzymes lowering the moisture and then becomes honey. There's some issues in the tropics because tropical honey can have high moisture content above eighteen above twenty three percent so we have to be able to dry honey at some some point we should let the bees actually mature it and then we harvest it and there's a lot of harvesting immature honey and then drying that down calling it honey. So there's several ways honey frolics going on recently. There's been reports in popular science media that there are some been some scientists who have recreated the enzymes of a of a B.'s gut and can produce Lab honey would that be considered if they could produce at an production? Certainly hope that we would be able to recall back to the American produces a little bit. They've been actively they got an embargo. World Trade Organization. They went to world. Wto and said China's dumping it after call by name China's dumping honey at the US market below below below market below production costs and the World Trade Organization agreed with them. We got an embargo against Chinese honey for. I think three years well guess what happened to Vietnamese. And some other countries. There honey. Production went through the roof. So that's another type of honey fraud where you take honey from country. It's banned because of Corey and vehicle or banned because of some other thing and they transship it in. Relabel it as you know some other honey Ukraine there's issues with Ukraine and other. I don't want to call that all the countries. But there's a huge issue with correct labelling of country of origin and then and also letting the bees mature the Huntington having real you know we think of Israel pure natural honey one of the things that has come out of this with the American honey producers and others. I'm sure is Finally the the FDA has created something called a commercial item description see ID that Goes Way Way way the definition that we have in honey honey in this country? The official legal definition is a syrupy substance Nectar collected by these stored dried and. That's about it What this does is actually the? I'm sure you're aware of this description of honey that the government uses when they are going to purchase honey when the federal government's GONNA purchase honey for their own use and they have this for every product they buy a C. I D now we have one for honey and basically what it is. It's it takes the definition way beyond the syrupy sweet substance Outlining the tests that has to pass by what degree it has to pass them and and various different Analyses goes through so What the US is looking for us to have this adopted so that when something comes on shore there are testing facilities available and the honey gets tested and part of this. Of course you've mentioned mislabeling source poorest pollen testing. I'm sure right. Yep Yep but guess what? They're getting so sophisticated they there's another thing that happens because you get antibiotic contamination stuff because you know and then you ultra filter the the hunting you can get some of that out then they go back and add. Holland of whatever appropriate of plant that. They want to say that the honey frahm. So there's I mean there's some fairly sophisticated honey for all going on out there so I agree that honey producers and other groups have been really active ape among via. We've been working with CODEX THAN CODEX. Happens to be based part of his base at FAO in Rome. And we've got a a agreement with them and we're working with. Codex trying to get a better definition for honey and the other thing is we're working with Interpol Interpol tracking. Really guys. Honey. Fraud is number three on the list. It's for some reason milk. I mean milk a scary if you're adulterating milk or not. It's not real milk olive oil. I understand olive oil. I totally understand that. But in the highest number three on the world market is the number is number three adulterated product on the market a milk olive oil and then then honey. Interpol's interested and they're they're looking at things like where the shipments originating from and could they be real and things like that. Because that's a good way to pick up if all of a sudden you see these spikes and export where the haven't been there before. Then there's something going on. They didn't. They didn't improve their beekeeping that much in the last actor flow. Yeah so there's a. There's a y. Yeah I applaud any effort to better define honey and it'd be nice if we had a really nice tight international standard but we don't I mean we have a we have Kodak has a definition but it's not is not stringent enough well since the. Us imports eighty percent of the honey. We consume We Are. We are market of choice for everybody that produces honey anywhere and One of the things that I've been investigating are not investigating but but Become aware of is that One of the Nice things about producing honey is if a country decides that they want to get into this export market. It's fairly easy to train people to keep bees and their country and one of the big advantages of you. Don't have to own land. And and and so I can. I can be a non-landowner still producing agriculture commodity. And the government's going to pay me for it and life just got a lot better for a lot of people you had. You had a long association baby. You're still associated with the route. But you know we're all the good good clean wax. Cummings all coming out of Africa Africa right buzz. They practice a style of beekeeping where it primitive traditional whatever you WANNA call it there in natural areas. They'RE HARVESTING BLACKS IN THE COMA. Wax and honey at the same time and they produce a lot of good quality wags again. I'm going to wear my apron Monday half for a minute. We have a whole section that is using bees for development. And that is exactly what you just talked about. The bees can transform people's lives. I mean they can. You can not own land have twenty hives and and by your house in certain parts of the world. I mean it's it's amazing what they can do and and so we're using that and we're working closely with FAO Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations in Rome and trying to partner with them to increase the use of bees for development. Because yeah you're right. There's a there's a lot of untapped nectar out there that could be utilized and change people's lives and international standard. I I think you hit on the head this honey. He's got to be the same everywhere. Which would which would make things better? I think I think there's another way because people are gonNA they're gonNA keep trying to sell this artificially produced honey and this stuff with added. I actually think there's a market for that if people want something that's honey like. Just don't call it honey. In other words it's a call it. You know honey syrup or something but use some other designation and and I wonder if we could ever get to a day where there's some kind of better traceability we always thought pollen would be at. You can filter that out and you can have it back. But if there's some set of enzymes or something that we look for I know you can't look for things that if there's ever been heated to a degree you look for things have changed in it but a standard and I don't know if we can figure trace ability to trace it back to Zimbabwe trace it back to you know Kansas you know and it will. Last last year we did have eric winger from true source on the podcast and he and his outfit have are working on a method to true sources from from audits and seals. Seems like that's one option that is has some legs would be. That would be an option. I guess what happens is the volume goes up as you get into these bigger and bigger volumes in these large packers. And that's where the things start getting loose and and then you end up with honey on the shelf did you can't trust and we have to find a way to correct that I like. I like you know if you can convince mostly consumers to go look locally they can find somebody this labeling it locally and hopefully they're you know they're honest you have to but up and then make the Kroger's the Safeway's and targets of the world do do better about they're buying they're buying a service honey honey is a commodity honey nut cheerios. And the like. That's it's tough. It's tough to to work with at large volume with You know being used that way so much now so this is this is going to be one of your goals as president of Apron. Monday at to clean up the world honey market it was as we've been actively working on and we recognize it and we're GONNA continue to to work on it. The other is just for me is just better communication from eight Monday and and being more inclusive as far as global beekeeping and trying to Ma- let us work together better so yeah no I mean I think hunting fraud is one of the major issues facing the industry and I think we need to work to try to correct it the best way. We can just quick question on the Biki so this is a beekeeper association association. Yeah I think he is what you said so if an individual is a beekeeper doesn't join EPA Omonia I would encourage I your association to join. You can actually join as an individual member to it and you get that way. You're at least part of the you know the bigger group. You don't have much in the way of the only people who vote and we vote on where to hold a meeting and things like that. Are the full members in full members. Like the American Beekeeping Federation the larger organizations that represent the majority of Beekeepers Area. Some of the whole country. Sometimes this is just an area of a country all right size yeah interested. Parties interested beekeepers are free to join and attend conferences. Kansas beekeepers or even individual beekeepers can join. And join your right while you're going to put that When we wrap this up that'll be on our web page how to how to were to go to make that happen right. Output I'll I'll ape linked to they money website some good. We'll have that up on our show notes and additional information about APP ammonia. And maybe even some of your research also you need to do is go out to Google scholar and they can find a lot of information and research you've done. That's been an honor to sit here and talk to you. Well I'm still. I'm still doing a little bit so I kinda opened with. This thing is comment but retired. I'm like that's not the right word. I'm I changed what I was doing and I'm still doing research in a couple of different fronts. Actually I didn't talk about it I got. I got a small project in France. I'm working on a small supposed to leave in two weeks to go back to France. I'm working on a project with apis Melissa Melissa on up the the old German Darby they call it. Just the Darby European be and there's a population existing there without treatment. Beekeepers don't treat and they have a lot while its own islet happens to be on an island so it's probably isolation shopping him but I've been following it for a year and a half and its existing without my treatment at all so not that we can all do. But it's an interesting so I've got several different research projects that I'm continuing and that now this April Monday your hat and try to keep my own bees from swarming. I'm busy enough. Yeah Well Jeff. This has been fun and it was good to talk with you again. I definitely hope that you can come back after some time as being able Monday. President give us give us I A broader view A time lapse view of how things are going and where you WanNa go Knicks and love to have you come back. I'd love to be right. Good thank you take care now. That was really good talking to Jeff. I learned in all of our podcast and I hope our listeners do too i. I learned a lot and what I found. The he's doing great work but what I found really interesting what I really keyed in on was the the queen limit and the viability. And how important that is to the success of the Queen's that we receive in the mail I mean so there was some discussion on the the Celsius temperature range so I went ahead and used no power of the Internet. I did the conversions so he said the lower the lower. Let's see no. I'm sorry the Upper Queen limit was thirty nine to forty degrees Celsius any any greater than an hour. And if you convert that the upper limit is one hundred and two point two degrees to a hundred and four degrees Fahrenheit. Four hundred and two yeah. That's pretty warm. And then he said. The lower limit was Eight to ten wasn't yeah eight to ten. Thank you eight to ten degrees Celsius. And that's thirty nine degrees to forty degrees Fahrenheit. So that's I mean it's a very narrow range and and You can really see where there's a lot of room for exposure to those this shipment thing has been a bugaboo Twenty years ago. They were looking at it. They're putting putting thermometer in a recording devices in Queens in boxes shipping queens and they were funding out that there was an issue and you know the post office is down to the point where the only thing they will. Ship are bees and baby chicks. So so I can see. We're you know it's hard to have environmental controls in that sort of environment so I can see where there's that's going to cause some problems you know what one of the things that I wanted to talk about or wanted to mention with Jeff and you remember our discussion with Jonathan Lundgren where researchers became farmers here we have researchers becoming beekeepers and Jeff is in the real world of pulling trailers and lifting hives and worrying about pollination and selling honey and he's getting that perspective of what the real world of beekeeping is about how to apply what he's doing to that part of the that part of the industry. I don't know a whole lot of people that are doing that and I think it's I think it's going to be really good from his perspective and for our gain and what. He's what he's able to find out an an apply to real research the other thing. I like the other thing I like was his goal is apple Monday president of April Monday. What are we know about it but Monday? Well now we know a lot more. I do I go back a lot of years. They put Monday when I was chairman of the Board of. As and there they weren't warm and fuzzy and I looked at. I looked at April Monday. Kind of three steps back most of my career and because they just haven't reached out a lot of friendly A lot of friendly hands. It's really good to just part of the snow to get the. Us enabled Monday On a much better relationship. I really like his goals. Better Communication April. Monday really has a lot of good information at the a lot of resources at their Beck and call and they can share it and now with him. He's looking at at digital communication. And you know conferences on zoom in whatever I see I see Monday really stepping up and joining the rest of the world or the US and able Monday. You're getting together and doing a lot more together. Which can only be good. They've they've got a lot of resources and we've got a lot of resources. And then I'm really encouraged about his about his goals on Chasing honey fraud. You know we did. Yeah Eric with With true source. And that's a good step in the right direction with with in international Take on on honey fraud and the things that they're looking at and the project the private. I'll get it right yet. The projects that they've got planned in what they're looking for and how to fight it and how they ended Can only be good for America. Beekeepers? So I'm really really encouraged with Jeff taking over. I'm glad that the US American honey producers in April Monday or shaking hands and. I'm I've looked for this being really. Really profitable for global beekeeping. Sure sounds like it's a step in the right direction. I was surprised him. Saying that some of these Bad actors are of hyper filtering the honey and then adding to it and then adding pollen back into it to Mike. Sounds like anyways. That's well you know. That's quite a challenge. It's quite a challenge. The guy that we talked to honey fraud earlier. He says there's no basement on pricing. There's no ceiling on the amount of fraud that people will commit so Jeff just kind of pointed that out again You know seventy five percent of the honey. We eat consuming. This country is imported. So we're we're the market of choice. I was glad to hear him talk about his be there. Bees for development program and getting people started If they can get that regulated so that the honey they produces the honey we get. That'll be a big improvement And you know it's win win win in the farmer wins. The country wins the. Us Consumer wins I see it as being a good thing. I hope it pans up any too well. They've got a good good lead there if the money with Jeff Patterson front all right. Well that about wraps it up for this episode of Beekeeping. Today podcast before we go. I want to encourage our listeners to raise US five stars and Apple podcasts. Wherever you download stream to show your vote and review helps other beekeepers find US quicker as always we. WanNa thank be culture the magazine for American beekeeping for their sponsorship of this podcast. We want to thank a regular episodes sponsor Global Patties. Check them out at. Www DOT global patties dot com and finally and mostly? We WanNa thank you the beekeeping today podcast listener joining us on this show. We feel free to send US QUESTIONS. And comments questions beekeeping. Today's PODCAST DOT com. We'd love to hear from you anything else. You WanNA mention him. Well Jeff I gotta go check bees while the sun is shining. Take Care you too.

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The Arrival

"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward. That's why so many people work with us on everything from city traffic to Shen plastic smart loves problems. Ibm A. B. M. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT com slash. SMART to learn more. Today is opening. Lebron goes Acedemy load and MSG Last Night Richard D. Do you like to see Lebron Toy. What's offenders like this? Honestly old me would crack jokes about MSG and the Knicks. But the new me. It's just going to say that's a very tough shot and great defense By Taj Gibson. How long has this new you GonNa last like two minutes? Probably about five minutes is over. Yeah we just need to know what the plant exactly. Vanunu Jefferson. Welcome to the job. I'm wait till nickeled alongside aside our resident head coach David Physio and indeed the NBA Champ. Richard Jefferson coming up in a few moments. We will announce the rosters for the twenty twenty. McDonald's it's all American boys and girls. There's a lot of high school hooper's hopefully watching your show right now on the ESPN APP in class. No maybe I shouldn't say that but hey the year for you and we will make you way too long. I though you know there's a guy who always races to put first on everyone's post and yeah it is pretty much always guy. I don't know who started that or who thinks it's ever but it's not like it only happens online everywhere you go. There is a rush to be the one who said I predicted it. I wrote it. I saw it wasn't a surprise. Last night that Went Zion Williamson made his long awaited debut. The evening was rally declared a dud God after he played just a few minutes of the first quarter. What do you mean that? That was his only shot attempt. What do you mean there were no ducks of course in life and and in basketball what happens? I is usually not the most interesting part. And it's certainly not always predictive. Richard Jefferson sitting next to me certainly knows what happened to anyone anyone who declared the two thousand sixteen. NBA Finals over off. The warriors initial lead arsenic. Last night the Chorus of Zion Naysayers had to eat their words. It's too because here. Is the fourth quarter watch. Syon go up top. Overreact pertile to grab the rebound Puerto is seven foot one Zionists six foot six and yet at the height he gets and then the court vision as racist down the floor to thread that passed a more and after that well the Dam Burst Zion's flood of scoring started with San Antonio go given him all the room three point line thank you then this lob from Lonzo thank you then another three in haste I might want tighten up that cushion just a little bit Here is put back Zion fights for very impressive then another three out here and this is an absolute absolute bedlam was breaking out in the arena season escorted the ovo twice during that stretch. You might not have noticed it. But the PELICANS actually sent players to these scores Gore stable to check Zion. Out of the game. I Nicole o'malley then. Derrick favors both guys especially just came back to the bench coach. Alvin gentry was arguing at that point with the medical staff. See the plan going into the game had been to give Zion short bursts of minutes each quarter to avoid him getting fatigued because fatigue fatigued muscles if more susceptible to injury that's the science but of course there is science and then there is an absolute hot streak and that is what Zion was on so according to our Marc Spears. Gentry actually bargained with the athletic trainers for just a little bit of extra time. He got it. which is how we got this? How's IT TC talk? Tuxedo SCIOLINO Oh Welcome to the NBA Zion Williamson and and as you can see there. The ripple effect of what he did last night wasn't just felt around the NBA. It was felt around the world. You Know Zion only took four threes. The the entire preseason made one of those but he said during his injury lay-off there were a lot of days when all he was allowed to do was spot up shoot and hey I guess practice makes perfect perfect and certainly at that point in the game was Zion. Four four from three and having given the pels the lead there was a push to leave him in but finally at the time out eventually deliver the news design he was done and again. According to Spears Zion argued saying quote coach. I can win the game for this team. He apparently still felt that way. Right on the podium later here he was to the media is very hard You know nineteen honestly in now me. I'm not thinking about Jerry. I'm thinking of that game so it was very. It was very tough. The PELICANS HAVE ONE ZION had stayed in. Maybe does does it matter in game forty five of the regular season I mean if New Orleans. This is the playoffs by just one game. Sure maybe but the truth is that this. This isn't really the Pelicans and Zion Aren't playing for his first night as an NBA player. They're not even really playing for this first season because being I isn't the most important thing being lasting is and showed us anything it is that he is someone worth waiting for. And he's someone we want to be able to watch for a very longtime Richard. What were your impressions? Is You were sitting there and you did not turn the. I don't know I tried my best but I didn't turn it up. This was my impression of of Zion and I I like John Moran tweeted something just a a little bit ago saying like hey everyone's trying to pit us against each other one versus two. I'm happy for Zion. But we see how great mirant is and is going to be absolutely and Zion Williamson was a clear number one so that just let you know what we were expecting now. The three point shots impressive but we all know what he's able to do how hard he plays his passion for the game even basketball. IQ That is something that we understood. He's going to get uncontested shots. 'cause guys aren't going to go out there and art him so he's going to shoot an above average percentage but all the other things that you thought the intensity the size the like a match. I Chuck Nightmare. This is what we've been waiting for and what we've been so excited to see absolutely and I just I I keep coming back to the guys that they have around them. They have a lot of playmakers. Chris guys that know how to get him easy baskets and the more they play together the more rhythm they get the better team is GonNa get and they made the right decision. I think you know you can't risk. Go over one game Trying to win that one game at risk you know the longevity of him and so I'm looking forward to continue watching him grow out of not expect four for four from. Yeah but I also think that what you're going to see is that injury may have ended up being a benefit later on that he got to work on his jump. Shot and If you have to guard him out twenty five feet away from the rail watch out Li well and the one thing I'll say though is that Science Williamson is going to create spacing very rarely do non-shooters shooters create spacing. But what he does. Because he's such a force when he's in transition that you have to give a wall very similar to Jaanus at very similar to Ben Simmons or or even a young Lebron then like wait. We need three bodies to stop handle but he has the I q where he's able to kick it out. Make the right play each hey. Jj Now yeah. And so you had that that component to them and it's very rare that shows you special ability that a non shooter can create spacing thing because of his size and what it'll take. Stop them he hits threes. I don't expect to go four four for one hundred percent every night but if he hits threes even at a clip that is more than we expect. I do expect expect players to play up on him a little bit more and then of course he can blow right by them. So you have a little bit of that going onto we've heard from age emerge unscathed. Pelicans had basically pulled away from the trade market. Where two weeks before the deadline? Because they think that they can make a little run here and I love what you were holiday said last night and he was by the way one of the names that when they were going through that thirteen game losing streak. Everyone's like history drew holiday available He was up there at the podium with signed last night. The PELICANS obviously trying not to put Zion not by himself too much but I got asked many of the questions and and one of the final questions was hey. Are you looking forward. Now that this is over your debut or are you looking forward to getting back to normal and science start to answer like yes. Of course I am Andrew interrupted and he was just just like with this kid. There's never going to be normal. Every game is sold out now. All that energy in there. And that's that's what the whole city Brandon Ingram. Great having an all star. That's what they've been waiting for the NBA's waiting grapefruit league absolutely all right. It's a tale of two halves last night for the clippers. They played the hawks. Now I'm going to say without. How would you say or Paul George? I'm just GONNA say. The Clippers went on a twenty to nothing Brian. In the first quarter they held a nineteen point. Lead at the half which I mean again. We saw this this clippers team without PG or last year they were very good. It's what we would expect except the second half when the Hawks refused to go down without a fight trae young not on this eighteen. Last night he sat out to nursing injured by John Collins Scoring thirty three points sixteen rebounds. The hawks ended up beating the clippers by seven. So coach the clippers now have fourteen losses. This season was last night. There most embarrassing the embarrassing because night you can lose to any any team especially with their two stars out there playing against a desperate team in Atlanta the one thing that's interesting trae young being out as good as he is ostensibly. It took a a non defender off the floor in added more size to their lineups. Non Defender off the floor better. We're right now. I just think it added another guy on the floor that can help them get stops it. That's how you come back from a twenty point deficit is you gotta put together. Some stops you say credit to Atlanta behavior in there and dig it so this is one of those games where you look at you. Look at at the end of the season. When you're talking about postseason matchup? Well they lost is like it's it's just one game you don't think this is i. I don't think it's worse loss because trae wasn't there there weren't there like what does what name I'll say this though inside the clippers locker room. Those players and doc are disgusted with themselves. Yes right because it's inexcusable. They have enough talent. They have enough enough scoring. They have enough defenders and they play the right way that this should never happen. Do I think that this is going to have lasting effects or are they really know they're pissed off at themselves and rightfully so but I I wouldn't say that this was her worst every team has a stinker. That's just how it works you. Just you'RE GONNA. You can rack up two or three of those. They don't matter how good your team is tab. WBZ TV some stinkers. We had some show the film. You're just like we're just GONNA put that in the trash and go. Do want to ask you though. phys about the chemistry of this clippers team. Because I think they've done some smart things with how they have or haven't played Kawhi Leonard. He looks so rested and good right now. And this is the part of the season where you WanNa start to get going so all of that stuff keeping him out keeping Paul George out. When he's even just mildly heard all of that clearly has been good for getting their stars where they need to be in the spring but what about the chemistry aspect fatwa? Obviously it's not killing them too bad because they're they have thirty wins on the season. So they're they're pretty Dang good but I think what. You're going to start seeing as post all-star break they're we're gonNA start playing those guys more together. Start seeing them revved up for the play offs. And that's what it's about. You GotTa think big picture when it comes to a lot of these things again. I go back to that Toronto team. It was a part of and he was on low management. There and look at what they did is they started to put it together in the second half season. And you want to be a better team in made and you weren't in April. You want to be a better team. They were so chemistry. If you're a team that believes that you're going to win a championship. That believes you can get to the conference finals so then you don't worry so much about. Oh chemistry now because you realize that you have all of April and you have all right. That's what you really and truly believe. So it's like if we play four or five games against the same team team so we can work on our chemistry and our communication. You're not stress now. Are you have guys that it can get. MVP defensive player. There's no because those are regular season award so you pretty much talk all of that up and just say hey. We're going to focus on improving like he said to the second part of the season I know on some of your cavaliers teams. You guys didn't even start to work on your chemistry until the first round in the first round of the definition of doing a lot of off the court bonding Bush. We're building up to that. There you go the difference between teams who think that they're playing a six month season versus eight months started off. I isn't always everything and you know what we're doing on this show. We are going who announced the participants in the McDonald's all American boys and girls gave this is always so fun. We got the names locked and loaded. Don't go anywhere it's right after this break break I though it's time for our first replay today and we're GonNa do Ninety Eight McDonald's all American Richard Jefferson was awesome coast Hanson looking at. It looks like you're you're trying to look at the lay though lost the replay. Look at this and not the best takeoff and I the house. Hey look what's crazy and clear easy to what I made more money than anybody else. That was all my teams. The cuff is brought to you by. Take Donald's and the McDonald's all American game where the future's starts how do you judge someone not by what they say by what they do. We're a nation of doers. 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Can't I believe this is watching my time this week. What to say they can help with the car but now with that new filthy God part of the NBA on ABC? Look into the camera for the job to say. It's a make mislead. Okay then you don't have to say I appreciate it possessions where people down. I can wear people down to check out. This incredible defensive play by Jaren Jackson. Junior ooh Ooh Ooh he'll technically did release the shot steel steel. That's gotTa have a shot at the import to be a block. Angle the angle is that the new Basel Ellis. Aw ooh look at that. Go Up there is a meeting at the rim. Not so that's a steal because the ball never say. I think it depends if you're doing it at the rim versus out where he did right right. Yeah that's nice. Maybe about selfish same game lookout. World's Marcus smart starring in tobacco. JAZZ IS LAW IS DROPPING DOT COM. Oh now that's that's back to back days now some of the Don left-handed game slowing down form. Okay look at that what you thank you know what it is though. Start Feeling yourself to mark looking at J.. Grew up watching. That's right correct right here. That's pretty nice though. I know you had on your game not the job. Marcus respect did you speak into the forum to every former player I grew up around. La Has Long Story. There we go. They make plan all their and Fox. Welcome back to make her. Ms How to a huge poster over Christian qualify Defy Fox Lonzo. lumberjack this this is the thing that you can't even go back right kids. Look at you differently your time to your your wife makes you order dinner. Snow Cook dinner for you. Get down down like that and that was the point guard to post. Your brother doesn't text you back when that what happens things get real weird us a nice Smith's age we mentioned earlier in the show. Why or PG thirteen the clippers last night but came through with this blue never seen it? Okay Goes Lou that that was easy to be a cruiser for the last ten years younger. Well Luke he saved his legs with these dumps Louisville dedicating a court a basketball court today in his off time Really really done some great work for the community so to him for that. Absolutely make theatrics James Harden guarding nickel. Yokich near the free throw line. You'll get sales fell and James Harden of all people upset. is He allowed to complain about no no. He's he's allowed to complain. But it's going to fall on these through that so many times as a coach so falling all over the place. I'm not no dance. It doesn't matter who it is no. NBA Player has ever fouled individual and no doubt about the ball. Never anyone go out off of of me. No one ever failed and no one has ever flopped ever left for the pianist. Finding flops published Albanese couple earlier. This season when it's egregious. They say that they do. Joker joker just a couple of bucks again. If you're doing it against against someone who is a practitioner of the art. I'm just going to say it that way. Maybe maybe there's no fine all right. The wait is finally over. I'm thrilled about this. I I love the jump is entrusted has to do this every year. We are going to announce the boys and girls. McDonald's all American rosters this is where some kids who have been working their butts off across the prices get rewarded awarded. We are honored to highlight all of the great young Hooper's each year. The top twenty four girls and the top twenty four boys in high school basketball are selected to participate in this event and this year the Games are going to be played at the Toyota Center in Houston April first. Twenty twenty the McDonald's all American girls game is going to be live on. ESPN two five o'clock eastern turned the boys game seven o'clock eastern on ESPN and before we announced the rosters. I do WanNa take a moment to pay respect to the founder of the Mike Donald's all American Arken Games Morgan wootten. He passed away earlier this week. Wooden was the head coach. A basketball powerhouse. DAMALF Highschool Heights Maryland and if you grew up around the DC DC area like I. Did you know that legend does not even begin to describe this man. Wooten was the first coach at any level to record twelve hundred wins. He wants five National High School Championships. He was selected by. ESPN ABC is one of the top coaches at any level of the twentieth century. So really a man was just an amazing legacy died. At the age of eighty eight lived a very full good life was a fixture around the area. I grew up with both as a coach and then a former coach. And I think this McDonald's all American game is going to be played with him in mind and out of respect to him US impact on the game. Well David Stern Yeah. It's been a heck of a loss. All right. You Played Richard. We showed some clips earlier. The Ninety Eight McDonald's all game Magadan member for about being part of all remember. I remember this going into my senior year. Are The the the summer I wasn't even a top one hundred kid and so I worked my tail off all the sacrifices all the traveling proving myself in every single tournament and then to see my name look at all of these great players like it was hard to crack live. Look at all of these pros that play the exact same position as me bright so I was just trying to crack. Listen I remembered. This was probably the most proudest moment that I've ever had. Because because all the sacrifices the no partying the no anything that walking to the park and playing in a hundred and fifteen degree weather every day during the summer as a kid in Phoenix. That made it Paul worth it. When you saw your name next to greats? And it's all gone downhill from one hundred percent gone downhill point play games next to McDonald's in the all right all right game time. Here's part one of the boys Roster Brandon Boston junior junior out of Sierra Canyon High School you are gone ranked sixth on the ESPN top. One hundred heading to Kentucky Kate Cunningham ranked third at Montvale mcadam demand Arlington Texas. He's heading to Oklahoma state and Jalen Green. The number one prospect in the class of the prolific prep in Fresno California Arizona joined the Family Jalen currently undecided but Richard Jefferson is recruiting u On a long list isn't a recruiting violate no and mobilink right number two on the ESPN top. One hundred. He plays for Rancho Christian and Temecula California headed to the University of Southern California. Jalen subs at a Minneapolis. Minnesota number five on our list and he committed to Gonzaga and Dire Williams. Also hailing from Zairean. La Devon on the top one hundred Arizona also undecided for gray light. Gray live out there. Every game is sold out all the time frame win actually interview with young man and he said he was so blown away by just what a good head on his shoulders. All these kids not to be able to see them playing this game and I want to take a look at the girls roster cameron brink ranked third in the SPN top one hundred per South Ridge High School in Oregon. She's heading to Stanford and Oregon. That's a big old speakers. Ranked first overall in the class of twenty twenty twenty. She's from Hopkins High School in Minnesota. She's going to be attending. Of course Uconn in all the got another one and Camilla Cardozo from Hamilton Heights Academy in Tennessee tendenc- she is ranked fifth. In the top one hundred she's going to Syracuse Sydney perish from Hamilton. High School in Indiana ranked tenth overall. She's heading to Oregon in the Fossil Oregon. Instate Oregon got one back. Angle res The number two prospect according to ESPN. W she is from. Saint Francis Academy in Maryland will play college ball to University University of Maryland and Haley. Van Left who from this from Kashmir High School in Washington state eighth ranked recruit. She is committed to Louisville so congrats. All these young ladies. Not Wait to watch the Games on April first. ESPN ESPN to get into it family. uh-huh still always be recruiting up. Wolves President of Basketball Oscarsson Rosa says that Karl Anthony towns quote as untouchable as they come as as the trade deadline approaches. Is this good news or bad news for cat. We'll discuss it back two of the Association's best teams tip an NBA Friday on ESPN wine. The clippers in my ami to take on Jimmy Butler and they need a Eh Eastern. This is GonNa be a good game coverage beginning with NBA countdown seven o'clock on ESPN and the APP. All right welcome back to the jump. I'm away from nickels alongside alongside Richard Jefferson David Phys Dale. Despite recent rumors speculation. The trade deadline quickly approaching Weight Timber Wolves President of Basketball Operations Operations Gershon. Rosa's insists that Karl Anthony Towns Minnesota's franchise guy. Here was his quote. Karl Anthony towns as untouchable as they come. He's he's the best player on our team to use. The Guy. Were building around everything we do to help him become the best player and to help us become the best team we can be. He is a special talent. Allitt we are going to do anything possible to help him achieve his highest potential. You hear that Andrew Wiggins did you hear that Andrew Wiggins did you hear everything that he said about Karl Anthony towns. That's all I got to say. Excuse that's the right answer. We'll look for Gerson roses since that's of course we he should say I mean you. Don't get an asset like Karl Anthony towns every day and he is someone that you wouldn't just give a give up on. He's been playing spectacular. Obviously before for the injury The we started the season. I'm he was lighting the building on fire. He's such a special offensive talent. I think he's caught up more defensively than people give him arcs but the team just has not been able to be around him what you would need to be a consistent playoff team for their winning title. They've only got in the playoffs once since he's been there and that was on. I think the last night at this time we saw. Yeah with last night. Jimmy Butler led team a Jimmy Butler leads. We see what Jimmy Butler is doing right now. Is it good news or bad news for Karl Anthony towns that he is going to be in Minnesota. I think you always want to be wanted. Rather be on that side of it then the team saying we gotta get this guy out of here And so I think that's a good thing I think they're just they have to start putting together the pieces around him however it is via draft trade Free Agency that really really opened up the game for him and you know there's no way I'm wetland Ohio. Let me let me say this. I think there's two things one I believe that Karl Anthony towns sounds obviously eventually in his career will play for somebody else. Secondly the thing that I want to say about is up to Karl Anthony towns. Do you WanNa take the easy route and go pair yourself with somebody else or do you want to sit here and say that I want to make the mark. Go give me the players that I need to make the mark and I'm going to do it. The hard way Kevin Garnett did it the hard way for what what twelve years or twelve years and then he did finally say okay. I'm ready to again but again the best years is when they brought in Sam Casella Bottom Latrell sprewell they brought in town then Latrell tro. Sprewell didn't come back it. Start in there okay. Look I can't in my career point being is Karl Anthony. Towns has all the talent all the ability to do it the hard way John has all the ability not to do with the hard way. And it's like you know you might not win a championship there but you can become a perennial all star and take your team to the playoffs multiple times then if you WANNA walk away. I'm okay I can't ask out at is if he's agitated trade that he is in your five he signed with them he signed a long eared. long-term deal do you WANNA see them. Try to deal wiggins even though they're a hundred percent for him at this point in time Andrew Wiggins needs a change of environment. I love the kids talent. I love woody can bring to the table but he has just not progressed seen so many other great players progress. You look at Jason Tatum. Jalen Brown Dante Antigen his second year. Look at how these guys have progress and look there was criticisms out there. There's crayons out there. And he was upset that his his two K. rating wasn't high enough and he started started off the season. HOT CLEVELAND AND MINNESOTA SWAP BACK SIN. Kevin LOVE BACK TO MINNESOTA BACK TO CLEVELAND. I can think of one patio last night. Sixers Raptors Game Josh Richardson. This is tough exited with a left hamstring strain less than five minutes in source telling Adrian Merge Naski. He's GonNa miss at least two weeks. The team already playing without Joel embiid so coach to starter's down. What do you think this injury means a huge blow to them because what he allows him the do is he t guards those quick point guards and he provides spacing for Ben Simmons and all of those guys out there and another ball handler? He's as competitive as they come. I got the coach. Awesome in Miami and that's going to be a big blow for them depending on how long he's out because not knowing be no him. That's tough it's going to be Along long into the season for them. Because you got guys that are banged up like you said and look their space and that was the one issue that we looked at the Philly team and said what are they lacking talking. Okay well they probably are lacking some shooting and then late game guys that can go and get it done. Because Tobias Harris hadn't proved it Joel embiid. His help was always a concern court. Mas has done a good job of becoming that shooter for them but he needs to be paired in my opinion with with Richardson. And Look Matisse divulge schedule scheduled but he's still learning how to become a rook. This is not an easy list coming in other words are in their in the hawks. But you've also got the Celtics. Don't take the heat. I'm just saying there was an amazing. Thank you won't be that way next year again by the way. This is going to say a lot about Ben Simmons over the next couple weeks and what kind of star he can really be no. That's certainly true. And he has been he's been and stepping up and one thing that I like about. Ben Simmons is he plays fast maker. Miss that ball goes in the hoop. He grabs it and pushes it because Z.. Knows that that's the key to his team being successful so he's doing his best absolutely. I want to talk about the rockets because it happened. They snapped their four game losing streak last night with a win over the the nuggets now Denver fans will make sure. I say that they were missing Jamal. Murray and Gary Harris and Paul Millsap Aah Mason Plumlee and Michael Kazini injury players Muslim. Dan Point who was playing. You have to beat the team in front of you and Houston at sometimes his lost to teams. They're not supposed to lose two so I still think it matters that they won this. It was a season low attemps temps in threes. The rockets only shot twenty nine three pointers. which for them is like one for the re for for regular What do you think this means moving forward that they got you know kind of off to the side and got this is great? It doesn't matter sometimes. Use need a win win to clear your mentality to feel good about yourself. It doesn't matter who. You're playing again in Harlem. globetrotters would have gone at the Washington. Generals would have been out there. The Houston Rockets. Just needed to win The Washington Jan disrespecting the general. What the one thing that I'll say about this team is that I stand by this? The Houston Rockets are talented team. Lot of talent everywhere top to bottom but they have to prove to everybody else that their system is going to work. They can't they can take this criticism but they have to prove to the basketball world. Their style of play is going to work. We know it will get you. MVP's we not score a lot of points but is this a basketball that you can play in the postseason yet to be seen and I think two things one you can see. They made an adjustment from the guy before what was giants seventeen The day before for them for them to suit twenty nine threes is really low. I think they'll get back to get up to forty five to fifty threes but at the end of the day the Houston Rockets. Half the show that they are committed to defending and if they they defend and they can get out in the open court and make plays in transition that's when they will take the step forward and do some bigger stand by this shooting. Threes is easy. Shooting threes is easy in the sense of like just throwing up. Three's percentage Probably in the mid mid thirty thirty seven yeah. I ended thousand degrees freezer. So no big deal psycho sometimes ball movement moving bodies cutting back door. That's hard work. Yes and so so is winning championships. So if you're just going to say hey I'm GonNa Shoot Twenty eight threes deny and just see what happens. That's not proving how hard it is to to win. Well here's what I would say day is that I have held the rockets standard at this point saying kind of like you said earlier. Show me in the playoffs right at this point. I know how good team you are. I know you've got MVP's on this team. Show we in the playoffs. If I'm going to say that to them about the winds I kind of have to say that to them about the losses you you lose four in a row during the regular season. I don't care that much. I want to see what you do in the playoffs. Awesome either either way all right coming up. Senior sneaker had the man with the best tidal. ESPN Nick Dipaolo. Joining US discussing Jordan Brand Plan for Zion. Lots of sneaker news to address that segment stick with us for that. I know here's with jump recommends for today on the ESPN APP Zach Lowe picking his NBA. All Stars views are guys that starters get announced tonight but Zach has all twenty four players plus the biggest debates. Check it out. During the break. The most anticipated it'd be debut sits Lebron James host the twitter zone. I guess breath. Oh man what a night everyone talking about. What Zainuddin on the court last night but our senior sneaker head expert wants to talk doc about what is going to be on his feet by the way nick not only the best tidal? ESPN senior sneaker head. But best shirt of the day options options pretty good all right. So what was I wearing last night. And what's Jordan brands plan for. Moving Forward Air Jordan thirty four last night and he wanted to faces of that it it was a special. Buy You boys theme. There's gator prints and these are actually going to release in March. Obviously everybody in real time was asking actually come out and they're gonNA come out in March as we get into the all star weekend. He's one of the faces of their unite campaign And they're really bringing him along slowly. I think it's funny when you look back at Lebron's debut game that's probably the most Nike had a commercial shot in that arena. Shoe he was wearing was called the generation. It was as much hype as you could have had their brings along some more slowly More welcoming him to the family the first ad they had for him last night also pants a debut games of all the other Jordan guys across the roster so cool kind of welcome in Jordan ran killing it because they not only Zion. They've got Luca Danni What are the next steps for him? And Jordan brand going forward. I sat down with Luca and Dallas couple weeks ago. Having his own sneaker has been like one of his dreams teams for his entire teenage years. And now he's going to get one he's he doesn't necessarily have a signature shoe yet but it's a great opportunity for them to have that you know Russell Westbrook's the only other guy with the shoe all right now So you look at you. Look really hot summer when this Japanese background along with Jason Tatum and Luca those four going to be the face of the United Campaign. Jordan's really going to be looking at taking this. Totally globally now They're you know twenty five thirty years in as a brand yeah And so it's how do you expand beyond just the likeness of Michael. Okay and you guys do a a great job of that but obviously like Carmelo Chris Paul those have been some of your anchors for the past fifteen years and you you have Lucan now and you have Zion. Do you think did I feel like it's harder in my opinion watching this when you're with Nike. It's like they make stars right like your shoes. They talk about win. That shoes coming out the release date the color ways I feel like it's a little bit different for Jordan brand. Do you feel like that. That impacts how guys want to be on Jordan versus Nike or versus another shoe the company. I think that has been the case when you look at guys like Ray Allen Michael Finley Even D. Wade they were still compared to Michael Right. Now we're seeing a shift. Those ion might be the first face of the brand. That doesn't play anything like or anything like Mike. All right Obviously they have the air in common but outside of that Jordan brand is looking to establish themselves as has a brand new company and get away from the House it goes. Do I get a coaching shoot. You have to be college coach. Apparently you'll get the shoe deal and the kids you get nothing. I'm John Moran. I WanNa talk about him. He's exceeded expectations. This season even competing for an all star spot and on Monday Nike chose Mirant to debut. You the adapt phoebe two point. Oh against the PELICANS. So Nick has the way he has played this first half of the accelerated. He's playing for him. He has games electric I think he's is basically a combination of Russell Westbrook inquiry and has a sneaker brand not says exciting as it gets Adapt that he debuted as an auto racing shoe. They're four hundred bucks. Yeah inspired by. Take the tagline for the shoes the future of the game and they feel that he could be the future of the game from that position Some of the signature lines lines are obviously agent when you look Lebron K. D. Yeah And they've got six right now but tell them to their face their age. Yeah there you go. WHO's the right word for him? He is electric. I WANNA wear short okay. So we talked about Jordan Gordon brand who they do have but Jimmy Butler left Jordan brand. He is a sneaker free agent. Now still planned in those Jordan shoes I is he gonNa Sign Zayn with anyone else. So Jimmy's Jordan deal was up in October of twenty twenty They decided to part ways. Now he's looking to land the new deal of right into all star weekend possibly so we could see him debut view the new brand on up to six brands. Right now. He's talking to we could see him debut that in the Sunday. Are you guys still trying to keep him. Are you guys decided that they were. You said uh-huh say Jordan Jordan conversation is over okay. That's yes so that was obviously. Yeah but I think you look at new balance. Puma that are back in the mix Under armor they've had conversations with what about what about any of the overseas. She was like D- away. Had the leading shoe is something because of that relationship is would jim do that. Yeah so you have those three barons based in the US and potentially three from China. I mean agreeing in Miami. You see the power of the brand new way built And Way of Wade even though delayed retired he has eleven stores in China. They're still making new models he he signed Miami thing about as they give the player a ton of creative control over shoot. Remember D. Way was he has so many different flavors of shoes he was handing tic TACs all in forty to fifty dollars a seasonal. No doubt benefited from that and so yeah so leaning has cj Jim mccollum they signed RJ Hampton from this upcoming draft. And they just signed the Ngelo Russell. Who's wearing wade now But getting a starting two guard on a number two seed Miami team right now would be a good fit. He's looking also he knows if he's if he's going to make decision and it's going to debut at all star week talking to six brands right now potentially essentially more that could get in the mix. They're gonNA take some meetings in the next couple of weeks. Multiple millions of dollars being offered and then he'll land on a deal he going into anywhere. The little bit Lebron Kyri. They're going head-to-head tonight in Brooklyn expectations for that match up first time for our second distant replay. He play of the day. This one from this date two thousand nine tires Thomas Walk the minute. He called Kala Online. who was raw? Just say the late Jermaine main. O.`Neil right there is this before or after the Strauss with dunk on him. So the job is brought to you by McDonald's and the McDonald's all American game where the Huger starts I noticed minutes away. Pablo an hour discuss alive manning as a hall of Fame Case Zion. Live live up to the hype. The bill belichick leave New England. And it's trey young and all star stay tuned this week aren't NBA Saturday. Prime Time match took the Lakers finish up their five game road trip in Philadelphia Against Ben Simmons and the sixers coverage begins with the job. I want to go eastern on. ESPN EH APP as well. Richard Jefferson. You've had your chance we are the pre-game show we are excited about is crunch time here on the Jeremiah. Moore's GonNa miss her second straight. Wnba the twenty thousand for a very good reason the Minnesota Lynx Star told The New York Times she's plans to sit out again so she can continue to push for criminal justice reform. Richard how how much will the NBA miss her The NBA will miss her. But I think ultimately these are her goals. This is what she wants to accomplish. Heavy I did. I did a with her athletes in action when When that she was in college and I was a speaker there and so this has always been a part of her game plan ever since she was in college and then to shut up dribble? You gotTA respect. The young woman sold for putting her career to decide something bigger than herself. Obviously criminal justice is a major issue in our country for her to step out of what she loves doing in the prime of her career to do this unbelievable great respect right now. My more is excellent and thinks she does. She's excellent at that as well. Lebron twenty one points last night versus the Knicks. It is now forty five points. Shy Passing Kobe for third on the all-time scoring list Lakers faced tonight. Anthony Davis is questionable. Because it's the second back back to kind of be careful with him coach. Do you think Lebron goes for the record tonight in Brooklyn Against Kyrie Irving cassiem definitely going in order for it and I just think it's pretty cool historically to see what he's doing in a laker uniform. ooh about the past one at a great basketball players that ever wore that uniform. He's doing it in tally. It'll get done in philly national television actual tell them. ABC Games is very very tactical and on top of it. He philly's a great basketball small town and they will show respect type of respect that needed averages eleven assists a game while he's doing this if you're a Kobe Fan. How do you feel about him passing Kobe but in a Laker a uniform? You're furious Laker fans. Arriving as I mentioned back tonight sat out Monday with a tight hamstring. It does mean Lebron is GONNA go head to ahead with his former teammate. Look at their numbers. head-to-head Lebron has the edge in every category most importantly of course winds coach. What do you expect does of your former pupil Lebron Lebron versus his former teammate curry? You always get up guys that you play against play with In the same uniform and now he gets to go in there and try to rip his head head off but I think carbon is gonNA come out really trying to play well. Yeah Yeah I think people's jobs on the show I was just I I was just Kyrie is going to obviously take the challenge. But KYRIE's one of those guys that he believes in a much bigger broader things so he doesn't view this as him versus Lebron he's GonNa go out there and try and play basketball. Lebron is doing what he's done for two hundred seventeen years. I know how competitive both these guys are. Absolutely I think that you know some of the head to head sort of just stuff that was gone between them. Dissolve last year member But I do think they still both WANNA show out against each other play well and different reasons reasons points game a lot of fun all right. Thank you to coach Physio. Thank you to Richard for joining me today. Congratulations to all the McDonald's America's America's great great moment for all of you. We'll be back tomorrow.

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Acting with Dominique Moore

The Screenster Podcast

48:57 min | 1 year ago

Acting with Dominique Moore

"Hello, I'm Georgie and this is the screens to podcast. My guest this week. Is Actor Dominique More Dominique started her career at an early age in the west end in shows like the lion king where she played young Nala, since then her been packed full of radio shows TV dramas and productions like horrible histories. The list goes on. Though as she tells me, it hasn't always been straightforward journey, Dominique. Can I chat more about this and I also? Also, find out why she set up her own company. DNA where she mentors younger professionals I'm a huge fan of Dominique's and was so happy. She was able to chat to me today. If you enjoy this podcast, please do leave near review. It's a really help others to find the show, and of course lookout for more dominates wonderful work. Thank you so much and I hope you enjoy. Jumping, straight in then. Start at the beginning. You've been acting professionally since a very young age I think. By the age of eleven, you had more credits on your CV than I've had in my entire adult life. That's funny. Can you tell me more about your early career and how you knew such a young age that you wanted to go down this road? I don't think I've ever thought about doing anything else. I know from my family telling me that I was that four zero two. Annoyed everyday who came round the House watch my show. What's my show for in this and I could read or not, three may have the Internet and stuff so. We only had libraries. so we can let. That's where you had to go to read the books and I lived in a library. Any library nearby and I'd read all these books in the library have to order new books in May and then. I'd write my own versions of the stories, and then put them on. Perform them plays and make every single person who. I met watching as as that annoying kid. Who's just always performing? Inspiration because I looked I watched that I watched youtube clips of that show Paddington Green that you are on why you auditioning for the scholarships to get into Sylvia young and the confidence. You had such a young age already. Jealous I don't have that confidence anymore I wish I did. But Yeah I just I guess of those raised in a home of around the family. He told me that if I work hard I could. She of anything. And so that's what I did is always worked. Really really hard and I was quite a pushy child to even really understand that there was this entertainment industry that you make can professionally at the age of full. I knew that. I guess. I could tell stories and I wanted to tell stories I enjoyed tennis stories in pretending to be other people, and that entertained able, and then when I went to school. I would. Ask if the school didn't I went to law schools that if didn't have a a drama cup or like the the one that wasn't lot today withdrawn I would set one up. My mastery Oh. I'd ask if I could help direct the school productions in primary school. Quality. Really shame conscious and probably really annoying. And one of my head, teachers, I'm still Francis reminds me. My first school I knocked on her door, said hello. My Name's Dominic Moore I'm to start today and I was wondering if I could teach the whole school in Assembly South African mission. Why. Why she's so confident in. He failed and she said I couldn't say no and shouldn't need it then. You stood up in assembly to host school. and. Went on our help. I'd suggest shows that they should do for the scoop reductions every. Choi get was was delayed and I just I think growing up I always thought that I could do anything as long as I taught and. Yeah, that's what I believed and I think that's why achieved so much such young age I didn't even realize like. I was a minority or the. Many of The people because I felt like every room I will into I was really. Open these yesterday and. Yeah I felt like a lot of the time when I was a kid I, feel like a of time as a kid, I don't remember being told No. I don't remember the rejection at I remember. been devastated, not these rose in the same way that young actors today. Kind of fail and that's that's probably because I just don't remember all the jobs that didn't get. But then I think the look smaller than. The less people you know who are actors in Dunes thinks that definitely helped, and but yeah I was really confident now, so yeah can do anything I'm GONNA go now. that. Yeah Great attitude to have. You a young Nala in the wonderful, the lion king on stage in Oliver, what would those? Huge experiences like at such a young age then. I did all of our owners about a in home for nine. and. Two that's my fast western show. And I remember member. Be Nervous that have been scared. I remember going off night it. This is it standing in the wings. SP- blackout gone, stage of Mehta. Happy and I think in that. The opening number were meant to be like really sad orphans and I. Think I was trying to smokes of just so happy. That I'm going to be in the west end in show and I'm not even ten. And this is the best thing ever and are just so so happy. That's how I feel. So Nice 'cause a lot of people. I don't think you will I certainly haven't come across. Many people who have started their career, so early worked very solidly since normally. When you say, see famous of no child, actors onscreen you find. That's a big position between the young self and trying to get career as the oldest self. Did you find that? Was it just a natural kind of progression because you were always working? Really interesting question. I like. The way I see. My career is like pre having cancer an post having cancer and our of Gum really don't really quickly, but that is kind of how as my career and I feel like pray having cancer. I did have quite A. Steady growth in my career and when I was filming, hai-tao trouble preceding was number one in the cool sheet, and in doing really well at life and I'd always where I'd love everything that I did and it felt like I was growing as an actor in. And then having a kind of. Stopped the whole world I'm reminded me how replaceable I am because I was replaced very quickly. In that show, not. McCarrick nigger place. They replaced me with an actress. He looks very similar to me playing a different character. And try to almost like it's fine. It's fine. It's fine. We're GONNA continue the showed in the. Dying. And then trying to come back after that and do some more to continue were just didn't happen that no happened so I've had to try and I guess. Convince people the I'm still alive. And did an actor because you. Didn't know you were still no I didn't die. That's. The last thing I remember me an. Immense people I'm not still twelve. Of people just go. You look exactly the same as when you like twenty one now I didn't probably my age, but yeah, I do I haven't necessarily been able to continue from our I. was there I've had to just try. Cov out a different kind of. Pause and do different things which is fine, you know. I loved Hennion stories I love playing characters. I love. Inviting people into world they might know about an making. People think that's why I love acting and say that's why I'm always going to do it, but. Is definitely not been. I guess a Janney the I would have chosen for myself or or I feel like. I could have had So yeah, I think the reason I've continued is because. I, love doing it. And also I think 'cause go of different skills so I've been able to Neapolis stuff and you know. Myself an amazing singer, but I can sing. Hope to Choon said I would beg to defy. Singing as I always think an if I can't seem like beyond. Say I'm just going to be. I don't close myself as thing of. It. But I've been able to do other things and. I think then having a child when you've been told you know you're GonNa die, and then you don't, and then you don't have children, but then you do. Have Been My son helped me to go. Oh, yeah, I'm still here. Still a human being still got like stuff to offer the world, so we're just going to do that. I'm so sorry you went through that you were diagnosed. With Hunt Gins famers that right? Yeah, bless you. And how old were you twenty four I think. Oh Gosh. I'm so sorry. I'm so happy that you've come out the other side. Yeah A. Thing to have gone through and so did it. Did you did it? Take a while to sort of build yourself back up after that experience? Who Weekly at the time when I was having treatment and came in everything, I filmed. It I those production company. Who Might Age in that had? It's time to to film this and Yeah Okay. An end because I'd Paddington. I kinda thought well. We've kind of had documentary crew around us before it'll be fine. And it was obviously not fine as in. It was really horrific. Experience in my family hated the fact, the I decided to film critic and then when we went to A. Two Week I edit together. They said that they con air it because it was to roll, the footage was to. And I thought that was weird because I. Hope surely you'd want it to be raw people to get a real insight into. A young girls experience of something like this and to raw and then. I was advised for. Not to be at because I'd be known as go had cancer, and not the actor probably wanted nightmares. Which I've kind of the advice that time, but. Now my well! I think it was a really important stories tau, but anyway we told another point. And so then kind of dropped and. And Literally, they re lovely, but yeah now. Dropped again from the production then they did it. Will they? Those that will. There's no point like a window. An air it because it's to rule, so it will for me. Being dropped again. Klitschko dropped TV tonight. It kinda just felt like that. said that didn't ask so then I asked if I could make documentary for kids to see BBC and got in touch with CBC producer. And he was like. Yeah, you know you've got an audience and I said. A really want to do something with this experience. That's positive and I want to educate people so that they understand whoa this. The big C looks like for young past, because we kind of I don't. We talk about enough. And I was twenty four and I did had no idea. I'd no idea that outcomes infamous something that all of young people have had can get. All the I didn't know what Chemo was can let. You didn't know what that meant you would have. What would happen I didn't have click and I wanted other people to have more understanding. We made this lovely documentary CBC. Cold it was a new documentary could live with cancer, which is great and so I did get to do that and it felt like something positive. came out of the experience and then I was like. Why I need to get back to walk, Oh, wallow is having chemo. But Oh filmed of horrible histories, because I'm amazing Carolina. Norris Dominic Brigstocke in affirms I. Do. You want to still do some filming with that. Make you still feel like you're mckiness yes? Yes, yes, yes, so I like have the came in the next, said to set and film abet, and that was really nice to have. Something today. That still made me feel like myself. But yeah after. When I filmed the documentary, some kind of felt like. A cams able to find something posted I believe everything happens for Raisin Matt. How horrific it and so. I. I don't. Account for that happened to me for reason, this is the reason that happened to me. Movement to just tell sorry for myself and own Will be things that can come from that experience that will allow me to help the wild world in a way. That makes massively I think you're such an inspiration as well the sharing your story, and for having gone through that so thank you for talking about it just now. Have you had a particularly memorable job or favorite job. I haven't had a favorite job, but I think being in the original cost at the lion king and the West end is probably one of the most incredible experiences I for half in my lifetime. And yet it was just. This wild and we just had twenty year anniversary, which is mad, but it's when. We kind of own reconnected and it's just amazing to. See People that I haven't seen in twenty years and this this like really special bond that we all have because we shared such A. A unique experience. So that was. Something I will never ever ever forget A. I assisted cheesy like really love acting. Love where K and I. Think too I! Think I remember I remember every single job I've ever done, and I remember what I love about why why learn sat from everyone else and. This, yeah, I I loved. That some of his. They haven't had the best time on. Most jobs have done I've loved. Do you have a I guess it's along the same lines, but do you have a preference on stage or screen? No because when you stage, it's live. You can live reaction from the audience. a vibe and energy of Benedetta is like. I'm not anything else and then Watkins screen. It's great to be able to play around with staff. Have another guy. To, really cool occasions and stuff so now I love them both. Do, you know, a production. I I mean I've enjoyed so many of the the projects you've been, but. I went to Wyndham state torched on one. Knee Yeah David Tannen. I loved that that was a great production and it was pretty. It was a yeah that was a moment. I'd never done anything like that for in my life. And I remember Modish in with Patrick Marlboro and I think he'd be really really good. Paying. The wife, and I was like no I really WANNA play. This I. Know, you'll pick like the wife and I was like please. Not His. And he just wasn't show, and I knew that I had to like a new if when I came back in a hack to show him like I can be locked into a service, so ten and Thea who. Pain Pete was already in the room, and those people wishes and I walked in. Animal can ask the character a half the show him I can do this. Because I've really I mean he was you know Alvarez, the wife she's the wife Roe and he I know he's that looked. He's in about twelve pages. Or twenty pages and I was I free. WanNa pay nothing. She reminded me of Chanel paid in football vice. Extra time in a really really wanted to pay. No one will expect me to play this character. Please in his, and then I won't ten in. From the moment are walked in the room until I left and I was shaking and I'm Thiab. You're not you came in. Boston me around, and you tell to move my chair. You because that's what he would have done and I kind of like. It was a boat May to be the character. Snow doesn't always work out. That it worked out JIM say. Gaza lesson as well for a great tip for actors I think it's something. Lots of our struggle with is going in making a bowl choice and running with it because I think often. You feel like you've got to fit into some sorta version of what they want you to be. Done in the past and got absolutely nowhere. Rather than being bold as you say or taking a risk and it might not pay off yet if it does. That mean this jobs hard enough as it is, why not make creative decisions and go with that? Yeah, I think I was at. The point of audition for that kind of. Gone Vary. In a place, whereas like right of major decision I wanNA to play, and I WANNA be I. WanNa guest on ridicule comedies I wanNA have American representation. Have made of this boat decisions at the time and I was like yeah, just going to do this. When a channeled dominate the kid who's pretty confident and I did in like achieved over these things in three months so just in that head space. US. But when I left August I was literally shaking. Of. Would hey day vote, but pretend to be really confident. I did is the time I tricked myself into thinking. I'm really confident about something and then leave and Oh gosh. How did I get through that? You can do that, so that was exactly fake it till you make it right. Yeah. You've also revisited histories a few times. Haven't you and you've played various notable historic figures, such as Mary Cole and Rosa Parks. What was that like amazing unloved? Being given the ot to play those women. Especially because there is not enough. Black history. Tool in schools or obscene on TV in this country. So it was great. I mean I definitely would have loved to have played more and yellow? The Church of explored. That history, but more but. I'm grateful. Those two got through and Harriet Tubman FA as well which is Great. And it was really beginning of Chintzy, and it's nice that now people can go back can still so low of teachers message me, say no, we use your songs and things in schools teach kids and I'm like yes, that's great. Do More do more so I'm very happy either to kind of. Do those, but yeah, we need more of that stuff I think. Absolutely on that note the black lives matter. Movement has highlighted the incredible lack of diversity in this industry. There's still a huge way to go, but do you see any change being on the horizon? I can see a lot of people saying that there will be. I. I hope that there is but I. don't have psychic powers so I don't know. I'd like to think so I mean. Madison in twenty, twenty and being black. It doesn't mean you're not equal. To people who whites mad any sense. And it's tiring to always fail like. Lesser than. Let's hope there's going to be a change and there's GonNa be more opportunities for everybody. Not White! That'd be great say. Would dominate. You also run dominic. More Arts also known as DNA which helped James to help young professional actors through workshops mentoring. Can you tell me a bit more about that? Yes, so am. I just had child and decided to step business. We know when you can I say say what what can't you do by? Diko to school and back without this. Tease me. All I can here is. An because I can't breathe shooting. Of An animal, No God, I don't. Get this. GIVES THE BY. Ovallis you. See I can't do that. Okay. visit so I have over. The is whenever I've worked on something whether it's been a young person I've always been drawn to them and I kind of feel like it is not to give the the insight. No one gave me about how this business works. I always will. If. I've connect with young person say like. Become men, the fairy Godmother, very stage, mother, or wherever, and so of yeah, tell them all the things I wish. Someone told me when I was younger. I've always done that and then. An kids which parents would say, how can you help them? Let the script them just over the years I've always done it. Yeah, of course. Mental different people and stuff and I feel like as if we have the opportunity to be in a position where we can help people who may we always should because it's, it feels like such. A. That's it feels. Let's just closed doors in in. It's hard to get into so I think if he can help. People get injured. And then. I? I think when I was pregnant, which was pregnant I was I was asked widely to not go to an agency or stage girl, something and do like a workshop or tool, and a it knows like. Oh, my goodness like. This of course. This is so easy I tell them. She's go in front of a group of people and tell them how to do it, and then they can just do it. What is it everyone this? They really know if anyone will be able to like three and a how to work with kids. I don't know how to do it and so. I all psych friends of mine who took kids, and had different schools of coming up and look and see how it works and I couldn't see anybody. He was doing exactly what I would do. which was somebody who was in the industry now walking by was? Who's kind of guiding. Young actors who wanted to do it professionally into the industry. It was also seeing a lot of people judging Saturday schools where it was so fun or Doing things where they were teaching kids, but they actually want ensure anymore. I just couldn't see anyone doing in the way I want to. I didn't want to have stage score substates. Go I want it to be something that. Kind of bridge the gap between the industry and talented people, but can actually help them get. So yet just had to. Do it now jet. Y decided that, but had really good slings. When you have really good stage, take it every were. Meeting so it's like to hungry to just have smell folks just. Go of everything we'll make it work. And so I decided I'm do a workshop and I'll just put up flyers. Apply in this day and age anyway I did. I love it. So like email as people I didn't know it was really bad of promoting it, but managed to. Thirty people so I'm going to do a workshop and I'm GonNa bring script from shows that I may have been in, and it's going to be like an insight into industry, and I said if he can pay pay. ECON don't and I'll give you an insight into the professional world, and if it sounds like some that you're interested in great tweeting our chat, bother after so this workshop and it was amazing, and these brilliant kids there and three of them are still what with today? Aniko Chris Kamara Yvonne Gerard, and they were a Filipino, not six or seven mangled decide, it's really innocent. Babes. Had this natural talent, and afterwards suspected their parents and I just said. Like I feel like they could be in this industry for rail like really okay as I am. A. I didn't know what to do next. That kind of need to work with them on a one to one basis and night. Denote, can you not come round that day? Yes so then. Started Game One two one two kids and then. I would say to them. Okay, let's look all the things I was assess their talent walkout. What they could what? They were good at strengths, weaknesses, and then I was like what kind of things she wanted to interested a whole thing that I just made up myself. which lots of people have now decided to? Do their own versions of mission fine. and. And Yeah came up with this I guess way of assessing a young person who has for talent, but not hasn't necessarily have the training or access the industry at. And then I contacted load of. Agents, costumes going on mentoring young actors like Do you need any new kids like everyone's respect? What like what you doing like an really negative and Mike are you saying up an agency? Are you trying to still did it another? Because nobody had ever done, or they might have but. People didn't understand why I wanted to help. Young actors like why do that. People still say that our data. Why would you do that and I'm a? Kiss why would not. Accept and I would have loved someone to me and then once I got an agent and kind of. Any her I knew the I had of reach out to like yeah great last night about who they are will and stuff. Then I kept I did. More workshops Uri and found mobilink kids the one, too. I thought real gems. And I'D SAY LIKE I'M DIM private coaching. We do that then. We D Private Coaching Cheddar small group of returned to kits and I thought Oh, how can I like? Get them all together and like? Show them off to somebody industry survey or Damascus's so once a month for me and I went back to patent where I I did acting and stuff, and they let me hire room. And I'd have. Friends that cost to Psych Amanda back I'm Flynn Cap Deke. Any friends of my pipeline new industry who? Wanted to make time to kids like come on this day I'm wondering across together and we'd wet for like six hours and they got to show what they do in front of these professionals. This. Snake. Amend they get jobs and? This is brilliant with love it and it's this actually makes my heart and makes me feel like my time in industry has been worthwhile because everything I've been able to land. And all the things I've realized that you shouldn't do I can pass onto this. They don't mistake. Make the same sex I did like parenting. The children will make mistakes, but hopefully not the same ones he did. They are like my extended family will be young people. And like the three that I mentioned. They've now they Ryan with me, and now doing as me. One of them's in it shown sky, and this will soon cw network ones. A series of was theater, and that just smash hit in the Bane. Amazing. This loads of what would now And it kind of Descru- three people kind of lots of workshops and then. Agents would cool coup and I've had such amazing support from agents and costume, actors and directors and producers m just so many people have supported the company and helped it grow, ch-. Where is now and I? Really do love being able to? I guess give young tools an insight into the industry and then show the most. To people who can give them jobs love it. Sounds like such a great platform for them and such a great training ground as well. Would you ever still encourage young? Actors who you are quits to then go on to drama school, or do you like? What's your opinion of drama school? These days we'll I didn't go to school, so I have no idea. It sounds horrific, intensive, really scary and intense. I can tell you that. Did you guys jokes? Go Yeah Hey. Oh. I want to. Stay, I think I'm I'm a bit of rebel as well so like. I I don't always live by imagine. Everyone's really well behaved. Everyone does really good listening and I don't know that's just how I imagine it and I think I would have been like. Now don't do that. It's it's it's definitely not for everyone. In your students. going straight will not straight necessarily, but you know you mentioned. Someone had a job. skype production, which is incredible and you learn so much on the job as well. Yes, we. Will yes so why do the kids every month? They have A. Moscow so they'll have a direct to come in or costumer producer. I days cinematographer makeup artist to set design that by the time they go and set. They've met everybody who walks in one of those. Rose. They understand the the whole thing and. As because when you're a kid, go and set your treated like Little Ato. So I treat them, not Leo. Adults and I said to them that you you're going to be expected to. You're going to be on set with adults, and you have to behave well, and you have to listen. You need to understand what going to happen when you onset so I teach them seven everything they need to know. What told me. I wouldn't say and I was like Whoa. That was sad. Why are they doing? That didn't know Iceland set so I. Just teach them and it's really lovely because one of the Gaza with Orissa, she. Every time she goes on set show in big compliment heroin. Say while you know so much intelligent by reinsch. This dominate teaches me after guy when. was. To have top people tell them it was Yo-. You don't have to say. That everyone should know that you've taught me all of these things, and it's really lovely because she gets feedback from directors and producers in data. How do you know this stuff already? How you so professional? And I think that's really nice, because then they have to worry about all the things that they might have to worry about with other kids who maybe don't have that information. and. They can't just get on with filming. which everybody wants to do I feel like? If there's anywhere to Lana bit of discipline, it's onset because everything so regimented and the Times a strict, and you've got to be a set place a set time and they say don't work with children or animals, but if kids are going to be professionals at such a young age, then I feel. Feel like quite quickly. They can learn how to as you've mentioned how to be professional and how to work with adults, and how to be treated with respect and respect other people, so I think that yeah and I also think it's really important for kids to be kid, so whenever we do while shops that summa row, even in most cases I always make them play I might. Not The phones they have to play and like. Hang out and talk to each other and will go down. To the word, so we'll go out an have football or tennis, or whatever like you have to still playing have to still be a kid, because if you all work in industry at such young age to a professional level, you are your work. You know you have to behave somewhere. Did ethnic sample kits is still be kids so I encourage a lot of play and just being kids as? In terms of lifestyle Dominique when you're not working what you get up to. When I'm always working. So. They've not note that's really interesting, so. In terms of getting you jobs say an average month when it wasn't the pandemic, for example a you like what does your average monthly like you literally going from job to job to jolts I. I'm in the middle of filming. A series of the moment which oversee has stopped because of covid. So I this Antony for the. Not that one it's could finding allies are TV. Co through like I am to say them in. But who knows. I think? Yes a with filming that the moment. So, be doing something filming. Wise and then some voice thing. Of animation. As well and then running the business, so I have an A friend of Michael Melissa Bachelor. Who is an Auburn actress who also? what's with me at DNA? And so she coaches as well a mental senators. So all these be if I have to so for example, my the ad I work with our here away Atlanta to buy. will either of the UK. The stuff I've been over the last four years is online anyway, so which works because if? For example I'm in the car. Going home from set. I can still face time say grace. In Atlanta to help prep. Screen tests for nickelodeon before she goes in because of the time and stuff. But. Of the CAD spend time with my family. When your when you're less busy? Yeah, what do you like to do then? What kind of stuff do you go up to hobbies? Wise lifestyle wise. I feel like okay so I love to watch stuff, but then kind of work is an watching stuff own. Says Russian stuff. We we do a lot of like going. Outdoors is a family as a three We love like going to the word scar on our bikes. They identify on the by casual fun will riding out to. On a bike ride. The school runs that stress me out by anyway. So, we do a lot of like officer. I for picnics like we love down adventure, if it back in the car back in back, and then we love hanging our friends. We I, we do a lot of like. We're big hosts. Dinner Parties and We love eating. We. Go out to dinner a law. And Cath, my fiancee. We're like by Freddie city. Together. Even we could discuss and Mike hang out white up somewhere and despite a really cool spot. We just hang out like teenage his. Last night pretend to be deejays Mike. tyrod can do this genre, and then he gets his phone. He says so, and then I have to check on within DJ crash, and then I have played a topic chipper. That's just to cities. That's great women to get married, but. I saw that was this when we meant to get married again. Sway all bless you. Nation. Yeah, have you new date yet or a yes? New Day is next year, so that's good. Yeah. That'd be lovely I. Mean everyone will be well up for a party. Then as well. It will be a celebration like no other. They'll be like Oh, yeah I still. Did. It'll be great. So you've got because you're going to be working on the drama Antony. Is that right for the BBC? Have you start making that? Yeah, yeah, we finished. We finish finishing it yet. It's just not come out yet. It's. It's the story of Antony Walker. A black teenager, who was tragically murdered in a in an attack, an in a racist attack, and then imagine what his life could have been if he if he hadn't been killed yes, yes. G. Wanted the opportunity to see what her son's life could have been like if he was still alive, which I think's really lovely idea for. A show and it's great. That came from her, and that's kind of what she wanted. And it's a really really really powerful pace it was. The hardest thing I've ever worked tone. Because? It wasn't just about somebody who had died a million years ago. It was somebody who was the exact. same color is may could have been my brother. being murdered because he was saying he was black and colored may could have been my brother. It was on so many levels. It was really hard, but thankfully gee, was there his mum quite, and she's like our our mom, no. Who played the we all still whatsapp group together, and she's like a mother figure, which is lovely and. Amazing and incredible, and she made sure that we were case. She kept on Checking K. and this is a lot less speak and. Is, Salah. Is A lot. It s a very. It was yeah. Find the right west to describe it, but I hope that. Yeah I think I want everybody to his name and NC in a version of his story and learn more about him and. His mom is doing great work. Antioch Foundation. Says that people can kind of. Know about that. It's really Ha. We took about identity. How Gold Shit but I mean and I'm just an actor who was in a tiny bit like he has a whole family who are. WHO experienced over this in real life so yeah. Absolutely! Be Looking out for that then. Dominique end things. On this episode. I'm going to finish by asking. What are you watching at the moment? I saw your eyes lit up then he'll be like what the hell is she going to ask me? I ask my guest this watching at the moment on television. Oh watching say many things so obviously fulltime ten three times. I, know I feel so terrible. I've watched half I didn't realize how long it is washed off, and then I had to go to sleep so late in the minds stuck in sourced nine. It is really making me miss the London Karpov nine. Friends who've been in it like Alison Brown his in the moment Sharon and Johnny Bishop Jar like light, may people in and watch in the American. Costs made me really want to see the London caustic et. August. Pretty share. Them from just having worked with them on your school and the foot. Yeah So. I think I am just going to always watch it. I ever knife and is everywhere Oh. Oh. Oh. Have you seen the AD. Seen four episodes and I knew how not power the not binge-watch though. It's. It's amazing. Five else am. I may destroy. Best thing on A. Maturity behind really behind, but Kevin I have to watch it together. Obviously, we have a lot conversation that is swapped from watching it, and so we kind of really to catch up. We haven't had chauncey at to like. Be On the same shed, Joe to sit down and worship. Best thing ever. What else? Oh I guess that'd be Motrin enough documentaries. Of and then I'm trying to. What did we watch the Dow? Actually towards this to just not think about the world. What was it? It was something funny and silly. Hormone NBA. Yeah, I'm industry is the thing that we currently J.. Lo notifies everywheres. Thing that I've just finished watching. but as so much I need. Oh, I know what we watch. We worked on Apple TV. They've got. A DEA is it cooed like? People who've been by by someone say there's like. A. Miranda. Episode and it's an IT's about him in his journey in his life, and then there's lots of people who he has inspired, and they read Veletta's Badri into him. A whole series and that was read. That's not look nicer. Those kind of look. Other people stuck on them. Apple TV did you say owner WHO TV I hadn't had it I need to write that down. The. Street. And I always have to watch something. The kids have recommended because so for example they'll say so. That I'm always make sure. They're ready for dishes and stuff from what they wanted to reduce classes as well. Office, what's everyone watching and they'll say whatever, and then I'll watch it, and then I'll get a good scene from it, and then wear. Them will welcome it so around the time of. Black lives matter movement of starting and people be more aware of it and blackout cheese. Cheese was it chased I and I. I wish will like. It's my duty to kind of. Keep the kids aware of. Things again on the wild through acting. It's a for that and express himself, so I did I watch the script from. My blink my blank. What's the. and. and. A script from wound circum. The, Hey you give the movie the he give. And so and then we I was able to have a conversation with them about race and racism and. Stuff it was. Like a really intense Wednesday evening but I felt like. I had to have this conversation at bay. Oh look to me, somebody who? I guess teaches some things and I am claim. Ounce came going to I have to take absolutely have to discuss this with them, and you know what with young actors who? Who trained with me for free. Who? Here on scholarships, people who from. Backgrounds like all different races, but people from all different kinds of backgrounds and life experiences, so an having them all together and talking with them all about race, and with these different things that I guess people Nassar was may not have ever discuss it and have them in the room together. With. Script was the hardest thing I've ever done, but also the best thing I've ever done. Because, we were able to ye something that we had in common, which is acting and understanding scripts and characters to talk about this issue, which is a really powerful like evening, but it was. It was intense caught my point once it was about what I'm watching Oh. Yeah, so I'll always be watching something. That? The kids are watching to be able to help them. Understand the world and things. Does that make sense todd Yankee. No it does, and it's a great reminder of why. We watch the right stuff. So important and so informative and. Hold a mirror up to the world that we live in. Yeah, always ask them like. Why why are you an actor why you want to be in to that? What impact on have on the world? Because I think a lot of young people want to be in the industry to be famous like just to have followers, all of these things that just what didn't exist. When I came into it and any young person that I worked with because I am selective about the young who are coming into DNA I. don't I don't. I'm not going to be the right person to be around you if you just want to be famous and having these one of. My own to work with young young people who want to have some of impact on the world understand what that is a know that they have a voice that should be heard and their stories always going to be unique, and we have the saying where we say no one issue that your power. And that. I WANNA. Make sure they're empowered enough to understand how unique they are and the. know that they are. Able to have an impact on the positive impact and an influence on others around them. and. They can do that through their art and then. They're not just like they'll come in go. Do you know the actually you'd be really good at poetry and we push them in that direction as well. The thing is that musicians that writers are like innovate that creative artistic genius is kids. So. Yeah I think it's really important things watching, but I mean how to create their own things as well. Thank you so much dominate. Thank you so much for listening to the PODCAST. That was dominique more and I'm Georgie. If you enjoy the show, please leave me a little five star. Review it to help others to find it, and as boys IB super grateful I'll see you next time. Thanks again bye bye.

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Which Characters Are We?! (doing Tangled quizzes)

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Which Characters Are We?! (doing Tangled quizzes)

"Couldn't you crown a conversations Anna and today we're GonNa do some fun tangled beamed quizzes. Yes we've got. Three quizzes picked up that we are going to do together. And they'll be linked and the episode descriptions. He can do them along with us if you WANNA get interactive with it. You're probably student home board right now so you might as well right unless you're a central worker of you are we. Thank you for your service. Oh Yes yes wearing masks people wear your math ordered one Oetzi because my friend Alexis Grandma makes them and she's like Oh. You should buy mass from my grandma on our facebook and I was all I should get one because I work at home so I've been wearing one a good business opportunity leash she doesn't she next door and it was very cheap but I wanted to keep one. I haven't fallen them with Bandannas but it is a little bit of a pain to remake it every time. Nice to have one of the more comfortable on your ears. So yeah or if you're like me and you never leave the house and you don't need to worry about that. He believed to house for him. They yeah quarantine is still going okay. nothing else really need to talk about. I don't think and how long has it been since the show ended about a month? Now Yeah I think so. I ended the first day of May. Wait. Was it the first day of. May I think it might have ended the first day of May kill but it's not may or the first of March ten which actually been almost two months? I can spend a little but we're still doing this podcast for now. So so you can still get your tangled fix and Seattle as just a nice little short episode. The some quizzes for fun but hopefully in the next week or so We're going to have another interview lineup. which I'm sure and everyone else's excited about but for now we're going to start on the first quiz. It is from. Oh my Disney which is like Disney's buzzfeed rip off It is what's your tangled DNA. I'm not exactly sure this I'll do the title. It says we've been studying our Disney. Dna patterns remember when we all found out Disney princess DNA. Now we're going to go even further into our DNA codes by studying the characters of tangled. Answer a few questions about yourself and we'll tell you exactly what your your favorites from tangled makeup who you are trying to get. Children Interested in science does suck the DNA. Sounds like a witch character you quiz but a little bit more science. Yeah my alley and I'm pretty sure this is just from the movie. So get that and I. I was posted three years ago. So yeah so the first question. What is your favorite time of day? That's an interesting one. I mean I know like what time of day like. I'm a morning person because I get up early but I'm not sure it's my favorite time of day. This is hard. Could it depends on the day and what you're doing. There's dawn afternoon evening and midnight. None of those favorite time of day. Thank you every time of day is like ten in the morning like after worked out and I'd like felt productive breakfast and then I can like really start doing things. It's GonNa have a lot of motivation like towards the afternoon I started. My energy is a little bit drained. And I I mean I like the evening too because I like to read and I'm more of a night person and I usually go to bed around midnight. So Oh yeah. She is a night owl bird. I'm just going to go ahead and say dawn for me. I guess just because I do always wake up early and I do like that holiday could just. There's no distractions and everyone still asleep. So you feel really like productive because there's nothing to bother you and everything I guess we'll say evening 'cause I like to do ratings or watch movies with my family okay. What did you pick listener. Oh yes I can see that entertaining explorer. Can you say Cordona okay? Second question which of the following best describes your dominant Personality Bossy. Funny friendly or serious every year. I'd say funny because I'm not well. I'm Kinda Bossy with some people. I feel I know into doing this podcast. What would you say for me since I picked for you kind of? I think a serious but I don't WanNa be serious but I'm more of a serious well not that I always if humor but I think that some of the normal things that people think are funny. I think are infantile. She doesn't like Fart joke and she doesn't accept the treasurer. The lost treasure of heard their song was the funniest episode of the series K. Near than online. Do you want to read out to powered here friend? Describe you as a very weird picture of Flynn with few key expression like this. Little drunk is like logical. How would your friends describe you daydreamer? Hard worker planner or leader. I'd say a hard worker. I'd say daydreamer hard worker a in planner. I'm not really great planner. And I I mean I do James. Sometimes but I think in general my friends but describe me is more of a hard worker. Yeah what do you think for me how you I guess I'm also here's why don't I don't know I feel? You're you're more of a quiet leader so I don't know how you are in your work environment because I could see being a little bit of a leader you like to plan things. I don't really think of you as much of a daydreamer. Really interesting this is not my perception. I would say plan okay. I'll go with planner. Ooh This is easy. Pick a favorite color purple gold or all of them. I hate this kind of question on quizzes because your favorite color is never one of the options. Mine is I love Purple. My favorite okay. Well I like yellow so I'll pick gold. What do you dream of love? Success riches or travel all the above. I really want to travel. I love traveling But I guess need riches in order travel so catch twenty two and I feel like success is defined liberated from people. So I wouldn't say that love to is different types of love. Every family nick another. He's loud different types of love so I would say already have love success and a decent amount of money for lyles walkway travel. Also I'll go cliche and say loud because it could be the love of travel could be the love of whatever you love so. It's a lot of options. Well I already have a long love so now. We have to pick a song from the movie I. See The light mother knows best. I have a dream or when will my life begin? This is actually an easy one for me. It's going to be. When will my life begin? Because that's the first song in the movie and it's my favorite song from the movie. It's just super upbeat and very singable. I think I'm GONNA go with. Mother knows best because Super Fun to sing and go shoes To be really funny with your voice in your actions and very dramatic. It's just a fun one to to see sorry. My best friend is texting. But I'm right here s Second TO LAST QUESTION. Until we find out are tangled. Dna which tangled character. Are you most like so? Is it just going to say wait? Whichever one you read lady to kind of character makes up you so I guess what Weird Way Gene Jeffer- character you pick here. Who Do you who giving which for Each Other? Maybe not the characters who can choose from our mother. Gotha Flynn Rapunzel and Pascal. Let no one like I mean. I'm a young woman by the Gospel sometimes in the mornings. That's why I say up. Pascal does that just mean you. Don't talk and you change a lot of quiet and use a lot of actions to demonstrate your well you do know sign language so maybe you are Muslim Pasqua while of all. Well I guess he speaks his on language right. I'm I'M GONNA say re Pencil just because I'm not an evil witch and I'm not like a cool criminal guy and I'm not a lizard so I think Republicans are good good pick. I'm GONNA say Pascal. I think I also know when to let friends go and go their own way like he did with little hope wherever you are a little big. Guy. You're safe quarantined in a cave. Which Tanka character are you? Lisa like probably win. I think you're I'm yeah he's not. He's extremely silly and university and responsible. I despise there. He's not solely responsible anymore. Yeah the capital the goal. Yeah he's really grown but I mean in the movie we're talking movie like back he we're talking about. How can you gene photographer? Horace Talking Flynn Rider and writer on the lease like fluoride. I guess I'm probably what would you say? I'm Lisa I'm it's probably there and the mother goes just evil characteristic dish you know. She's very resourceful she is. She's very passionate about things versus people because you have kid to. She cares about herself finding herself above everybody else. She has a very high instinct of self preservation of the site view. I'm just going to say I'm like a lot of appearance as I see. Aspects of myself in Gotha in Flint puzzle but Pascal on kind of like Pascal. Twosome also at least like Pasco wash so it did let this. Combo thing like yeah. We're like that's cool. That's okay. Who is your. Dna daydream combination of her puzzle. All of the pub thugs together apparently as a collective and Flynn. You've got a dream and you're going to live it you're daydreamer like Rapunzel. You have a lot of goals like the public's that's true. I do love goals and you are willing to do anything it takes to find your dream just like Flynn writer. Wole not anything like the CNA combination makes you an adventurer and a free spirit. I said I was serious. Lamb I am a pretty free spirited like and that will help others see the light when they need it most inspiring and cliche okay. I may powerful combination of wraps Flynn rider and maximum just like Rapunzel. I'm fearless when it comes to chasing my dreams like Flynn hilarious but I also have a really big heart. That's true at the same time the maximum as part of my DNA. Make sure everything in my life is an order with the combination of these three amazing characters. I'm sure to be successful in whatever adventure I decide to take. I am access to that handbook. What does it say that rule five eighty three point two? That's funny because I feel like you should have got mine because you answered like serious and stuff like that. I mean I like I mean. I have become over planner by aled. Think like you're more orderly than I in general I would say so. Maybe maybe so. I'd say we both say mixed mixed results here but kind of somewhat accurate. I mean. It's interesting that it's like a DNA like you're kind of a combination of the characters that this is true it off enduring box. What did you get listener? Oh my gosh. You're going to cut that out right. Oh okay onto next quiz. Which is from buzzfeed. Answer these questions. We'll tell you which character from tangled the series is your bff. So this is geared toward the series. Which I like. There's not enough quizzes about the series. So whoever may actually this was made by Helena or Helen Rosario Seven Oh eight and like I said link is the description if you take these yourself so let's find out which character from the show is our bff now before we start. You just want to say what you think or who you wanted to be. Oh I'd want my bff to be. I mean obviously she'd be the best friend you could ask for. I want to I think to be very in. Oh because sci. He's so smart is a great. It'd be good frontier for you. But repents I think is the ultimate friend. It's interesting the question is what's your favorite color. I still know what that has to do with you as a person like like I don't know connected like if your favorite color is black maybe a Bruder cast as best but also I thought best friends. Don't have your Favorite Cup favorite color Blue Purple Brown or grain. Of course you're gonNA say Purple Missing. They don't have my favorite color on here so I guess I'll pick my favorite of leaves for. Don't really have a favorite color. These shirts blue denim shorts dentist. Who usually shirts shirts that are blue. I do thinks you do shared his blue. Your offer jubilation to rainbow tied up the end of that. Anyway I'll I'll say I'm GONNA say Purple. I mean I like all these colors were purple purple little. Never seen you where purple just. Because I don't wear it doesn't mean I don't like the color I mean against us to then okay so we're both saying purple second question. What do you look in a friend? Loyalty compassion creativity or support. I mean obviously look for all these things connected. I guess the first thing would be. I'm torn between loyalty. Creativity in or creativity is nice. But I don't feel like it really makes a good friend necessarily like if they're creative but they're not nice you know. They're not loyal friends so I'm torn between loyalty and support towards Compassion and support not has got to be loyal. I'M GONNA go with loyalty because I mean if they're not loyal then they're not going to be there for you over not loyal and they won't support you is okay. She's a character from tangled than it has allowed US. Pascal Maximus and Meta Gaza. Beautiful Hand. Cressey it's a little weird that this is a quiz about the series. But the the movie versions. Yeah well except what? They can't use movie version owl. Yeah I'm definitely going to go with owl. I love me some al. I'm going to go with Pascale. I think really interesting though I never was. I mean rip Rudy but I've always huge horse girl. Okay Oh the final question is what's your favorite season winter spring summer fall winter windows. Your favorite. It's hard to pick because I do like the snow but I don't love driving in the snow and I don't like the heat but it's nice to play in the sun in the summer. These quizzes don't work if you're not very opinionated about I just thought the Song Lantis Summer Moon Sun lesson number one. I want to watch the live action version. It's doesn't officially come out yet. Because the whole delay thing like Iraq you must be. I guess I'll go with Spring because it's just a nice flowery talent it's not too cold. It's not too hot. You've got some spring showers which I love the rain. Spring is my least favourite. Thanks very well. We both we both. Yeah that's right Doing are you She's incredibly sweet and will always make sure you're okay of course every time you're done. Her Energy will always brighten your day. She's a true fan and will do anything for you even kill someone. Oh my yeah Yep Chevy and choose the ultimate friend. Everybody's P maybe apparently did did you get rapunzel to listener. We picked a live different enters. We picked everything different except for the color and Oslo terminate factor. I guess I'm happy with that. I'm sorry you didn't get varying K now. The last quiz is which character from puzzles? Tangled adventure are you And now so. This uses the title of the show that it got changed to in the second season. So I'm hoping that this is like a true fan of the show so it's going to have more show kind of answers just moving. That's true this quiz is by Emily. Magritte and it's on how stuff works DOT com. I like how each of our quizzes was from a different site Okay so first question. Are you an introvert ambivert extrovert or what You can say you're a huge extrovert. You're an introvert on your middle name is leave me alone your classic extrovert. I'm not sure what. The difference from classic and huge. I guess you just like over the top of you can't be on. Classic is more like I do better around others Amna Vert which is like. Oh you know sometimes I like people to be loan it off and Duterte is like no one ever my room. Family interpreted embassy ambivert because that seems close option. Yeah I mean obviously I wanna be alone sometimes but then also I like doing things with people sometimes so again everybody opinionated but all just to be different from you. I guess I'll say I'm I'm. I'm pretty introverted. I'd say occur. Would you agree? Yeah probably On a scale of one to ten. How tricky are. I'm going to be a zero on the Turkey factor. Guys tricky interesting. I like that though. I- tricky are you. I think There could be eligible definitely could be so so Cana- Kira and Catalina I think there it's interesting that says on a scale of one to ten. How trick or you lose. Only four options will be out. But they're like kind of spaced out. I'd say how tricky mind I'd say on a scale one to ten year. Probably a very tricky. I feel like a two or three more tricks than David David Blaine. He's a famous magician. Okay Yeah and I. It's somewhat tricky. I'm GONNA say four. I can be decided but to be direct I've been European. So you're not very right. I'd say I'm like a six. Maybe would you. You're a lot more devious. I think. Devious Dorsey okay. So we have to ask what kind of have curly curly girl you curl out there. Forty natural hair care battle. I feel. Yeah the phrase is a real issue. This is a weird picture of wraps on here. She's like sleepy east end. And she's like meditating with her hair. Like how do we get these pictures like? Wonder Flynn on the last cruise. Do they not just find the worst period in charters? Because she's going Oh like she looks like Pocahontas. Where'd you standing? And the reason we went on the phone like hers blowing in the wind. And she's like have you ever heard of crying. Much is having some deep meditation go. Where are you curly? I'm not long and flowing more. I'm not sure to waive your shorten wavy. Hair go shortly. Oh my look like they're fourteen just random stock images on this kind of why we're never took over pens on film together for the couple quest. Yeah that's kind of weird. They look so young too. It's always so I work at atmosphere for young children like we saw baby staff in some of our babycare she because the models look like they're fifteen enemy NASA mom's like camels if they choose but it's just really weird that's not like the main like demographic I would think going to our store and it was like these really young like models holding babies and this is really weird MOMS. Want to view themselves. That's Kinda strange. Okay what is your partner like or if you don't have a partner. What kind of people are you attracted to Geneva partner? Anna no oh forever alone. Not yet one. In twenty you guys or girls who have a little swagger no all right away from Saugus as my mom likes to say. I'm an ice cream. So if you love interest isn't tough incompetent. You're not going to last long. Sweet and cute is your favorite Combo or I like people who are funny. I'm GONNA say sweet and Cute I was GonNa say you can't grind fear acuity you know. I thought you'd say tough incompetent. Well as been what you mean. But I don't WanNa present look what I think of that. I think Just a strong knows what he's doing any people who are empathetic so and I feel like I should look like album the chipmunks sweetie pie coming up to you. Well I mean I need to be. Thac between keeps closer than dislike go. Just an academic is very tough and like I dunno. Average president saying wrong answer tough incompetent so next question. Imagine you're at a very fancy party. Looks like a shot from crazy rotation promptly those. I don't think so. How do you feel? Are you excited? Can't wait to make new friends. Are you intrigued? You never know what's going to happen in a big party. Are you happy I would be at? That party? Should be good food and good company or annoyed. You hate parties are very fancy parties. So I'm imagining like you have assigned seating. You have like a three course dinner in case I'm happy because there's good food and good company. I really depends on. Who aren't really like them in general but like a very fancy party like this where there's like a meal. I guess I'd say intrigued because a lot of murder murder hit home zero deal that like big fancy parties. So I'll go intrigued I guess. Oh Wow gosh quizzes weird I I hate anything. I don't know I just fake take. A rogue is a more. Can you complete the sentence? Everyone's obsessed with me because of my amazing looks. Rakish charm warm personality or cool hard to impress persona. I'm GonNa say warm personality. Wow COMING UP. I would say everyone's obsessed with you. I say for you. It'd be your cool hard to impress persona. I'm not. I'm not trying to impress hockey. I mean once people get to know but like everyone like if they look from the outside. I think they'd like like you know what you're doing. And you just go about in your cool. You don't take no flack. You're you know how you perceive me a- Sweden quiet. That's mostly what I get like like my roommate. She's laughing at someone because some said Yeah. I don't know very well. She seems like really quiet and sweet. Like she's not quiet. GotTa goods nervy last. Most people think I'm the nice quiet girl opinion. We we both know that's not true. We have opinions I actually my as it looks right. I had how many friends through the years you've had crushes on. Actually I think on may be cool hard to impress persona at least from outside. That's what people say about me at school. Are you just saying? Let's let's ask is Ohio. Your friends I'll just go with cool hard to impress thing because I don't really have well. I don't think I really have a warm personality do I? I was a cool hard-pressed of the outside. Oh Okay and what are you doing already? What with the person on personality. Okay next question. Who if you were a desert? What would you be? This is making me hungry? I still got some Easter Candy. Left guys and I'M GONNA go eat it right after this I would be. Would you be a cupcake? A king-sized almonds studied chocolate Bar a Sorbet or cherries jubilee. I don't Really Know What Cherries Jubilee is. I'M GONNA look it up for just so now. Dodging Cherry tart kind of thing. But I think for me I would probably be I mean. I love a good cupcake but I do really like chocolate bars. Like Candy All. The different kinds of candy is so interesting to me. Take five take fives are the Best Candy Bar Cherries Jubilee. A Dessert dish made with cherries in the cooler which is subsequently flown. Baid and commonly accepted the sauce organized crime. So it's like Oh fancy sauce thing. I'm never had it so I'm not GONNA BE THAT. I'm going to go with the chocolate almonds because I love chocolate and ice cream and I do love sorbet but I feel like if it was like an ice cream versus I feel like I would still do like the chocolate okay. I'm GonNa go with cupcake then because I do love a cup good cupcakes. There's this one cupcake that I used to eat at the dining hall which I mean. Obviously I can't go there anymore warranty but it was like it was a German chocolate cupcake and it had like coconut in the middle of it and then on the top added chocolate covered almond really good. We should do a poll on who likes coconut. Who DOES NOT CAUSE? Aw I don't like it okay. We got annoyed girl with a comb. What is your biggest hair annoyance? My hair always getting tangled. My hair flops. In my eyes curly hair takes a lot of words my option for I wish my hair thicker. I'm very low maintenance in general but it does definitely take a little bit of work for me not anymore because actually I little sister Lizzie gave me a quarantine haircut but before that it was definitely my hair flops in my eyes. Yeah definitely that. You're always hearing the Justin Bieber not. Oh Wow have you ever pranked someone. No I tried to but I'm back. I am the worst pregnant hugh I feel. All that mechanical prego so much like remember. When you get those things might the White House and store and you'd like put like fake. Pooh on the floor and you put like toilet seats that sprays you the gum that sprays you know as a trick prankster. Yeah so I'm definitely going to say when I'm not pranking. My siblings I'm pranking. I'm definitely a prank. I'm GONNA put no. I tried once but I'm very bad at pranks so this is kind of a demonstration. Actual is here but it's not really kinda like pregnancy was also like me just not being trickier Negi. 'cause when I'm my game and I was like hiding in the closet. That was gonNA come out and scare them because they I was supposed to be in jail. Or whatever like not trapped in the closet like and. I tried to sneak out and I tripped over my bench and like this. You drag it and I can just not sneaky to save my life also. I put my best friend. I put vaseline door handle one. Time did not work out. She totally shouldn't she was like it was so it's not not very good and we tried to go in there and put her in hot water to see if she'd wet the bed but then. I kept the. She woke up because he talks in her sleep. Sometimes she's like and so then. I got really scared and runaway. Sounds kind of pretty but I guess you bring people next question. Can you complete this sentence? Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent. How you deal with it whether you have money or not being prepared for it or not sweating the little stuff. I'M GONNA say not sweating the little stuff because I'm pretty good at doing that. I'm going to say how you deal with it. 'cause it's always your sponsor situations that's really important. I think this is actually a really long quiz told you this is a good one. I hope we'll see. Here's a serious question Disneyland. Disneyworld Disneyland Paris for none of them. I've only been to Disney world. Say but Disneyland. Paris sounds sounds Nice. But I'M GONNA say Disneyworld I guess just because it's the one I've been to. I'm going to say none of them just to Disney park person. Alana's does virus Imagining there's always too many crowds screaming children. Lots of germs. Lots of waiting in line. Let's paint extra for extra passes to be at the front of the Line Rocket? It has a rocket But it is really fun if I was GonNa take what I would say Disneyworld but since. I don't know if the same thing I am going to parks is not like my favorite thing but I don't want to be there for multiple days are usually so we got to stay at a hotel. One of the Disneyworld hotel is when dad was on a work trip when we were little. And that's when we went there it was. I thought qualified at our look down at your feet. What kind of shoes are you wearing is? I'm not wearing shoes either but I mean would do they want us to answer normally or at this moment because at this moment. I'm not wearing shoes but normally I would be wearing brand new sneakers probably free. I'm going to say question not wearing cheese because I I'm one of the people who've heat people wear your house like people I do well. I'm not wearing shoes. I now so I'm just GonNa say that yeah more. She's Oh we got a cast picture finally. Has anyone ever described you as tough? I'M GONNA say you're a big marshmallow. Well I think I'm a motionlessly. Tough like we let him out. Everything in life is always easy and I feel like leg. We both have been emotionally tough so I've had people starving. It's tough in that way like they're strong person but not tough as in like I'm to beat somebody up. I'm not sure anyone has ever described me as tough that I know of So I guess I'll say I described myself. Should I should kind of the same. Should I say? Ll not no. Because I'm not a big marshmallow will distract you. It's tough you said you would say like our kind of tough. Do they mean. I guess? I'm taking a picture of Casas. They're like cast is kind of like verbally tough. And like we're like I'M GONNA say L. Note because I'm not I'm a marshmallow. Would you rather be invisible in destructively? Strong a great cook or have have thoroughly random. I'm definitely GONNA say it is because I feel like that has so many uses. I mean not not to be more but you can steal. Whatever you needed like sneak into concerts that were sold out. You could was really more. 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There's no subtlety in these quizzes around much. Well they really. Aren't I right now so I say they're not really around much so no you literally live with them right now? Yeah like they go to work or they're like working separately like I don't really sit down and give us a ten minute. Lectures ought not really parenting. Much more dolts. But maybe I guess we'll say change. It's not really other normally around mortgage twitter. But I felt like there could try and in some ways but I'll say okay. Can you complete this sentence? The opposite of love is not hate. It's boredom indifference cruelty or anger. Who I'm going to say I'M GONNA say cruelty because I think being cruel and love. That is total opposites. Love it love and hate or two sides of the same coin. Cruelty is cruelty is another thing entirely. I'm going with cruelty. Does it bother you when other people don't like you? How long is this quiet there this one? I like the anti has taken this thirty minutes. 'cause you log episode this is. I'm glad it's there though. The other ones were kind of surface level. I feel excited character. I better get felled. Spar I hope I can Feldschlausen for I'm going. To be asked is not going to be whether no. I'm probably GONNA get a seal or something I'm GonNa say I don't think they are i. I'm going to go. Its favorite but you can't expect if we want to adore you. I don't really like no one's ever told me they don't like to my face choice. I guess like in my head I would say I don't really care but like in my heart. I probably would care today. I don't like it. That's for sure. Here's my ego. I guess. Yeah but I'm definitely prison like what would get along but I mean it's I mean. I definitely hope that okay. Oh it asks your favorite Disney villain out of Ursula correlative. Mother Gotha or Malefic Ursula you Paul. I'm fortunate so I guess my favorite Disney Princess Film is. I mean I in frozen and brave. They're like my two favorites. I guess neither one of them have an actual villain villain except for Hans. I guess but he's not audio yourself. I like malefic. The best of these form it. I don't really think of her as villain. I guess after those Line Action Movies Ursula is pretty cool I actually no. I'm going to go with Carell. She is just so weird you know. She wears those puppy coats and I had to play her in a skit woods for acting class. No you're crew cab when I was doing crazy monologue when the puppies. She's in the bar jumping on her head and I'm going to skin you alive. She's in this weird like human world. Everyone else looks you in. But she looked so just like like an alien yeah. She's really fun. Yeah her name is crew. Ella Deville F. I wrote the song about her watch. You probably B.'s. My if I was taking like actual. She's funny cat. And then about okay. If you're a flower what would you be? Daisy? As Zinni. A- a Red rose an Irish. I gotTa look at a picture of Zenia an Irish. 'cause they don't quite remember my favorite fires account lily cow which is a sign of future. But I love them. I think they're so beautiful. But yeah they're sign of mourning. So I guess I have a very serious present. President gets then. Yeah I have a friend named in. Yeah I'm just GONNA go ahead and daisy for me because it's yellow and white right. That is the days yet and yellows my favorite color. I think that's just such a happy. I'm GonNa go with an Iris. Okay what gets you in trouble. You're always rushing into situations. Sometimes I try to pull off cons on others. I try too hard to impress others or on overly suspicious. Who and lovely says? I guess sometimes I try to pull off cons on others. That's probably closest one for me. All those those great deals child by my UCD for fifteen dollars. I'm overly suspicious. Have tell me I'm too closed off. I don't say that I joke about with. I don't take your to obey suspicious. I think you're good love for the record. Are you thirsty for the good life? What is the definition of the picture? Like a lady Yeah Pool. So like the Ritchie Avocados life is a meaningful life not a luxury Swiss. That's very true. I'm going to say I like luck stuff not going to lie like it'd be nice and stuff too but I must say good. Life is a meaningful lifestyle. Look how do you feel about mother gough? Yes an animated like a different the the animation. Berge then lower the animates. She's so mean a keep her away from me quite like her actually or I can relate to her. Aj that's from the series like how she abandoned cast and was so mean her. I'm just GONNA say Keep her away from me trouble. We was bad enough of it knowing how she affected casts. She's a munster. I'm going to say I guess same thing okay. Can you complete this sentence? The number one reason people fail in life is because they mindlessly obey authority. Aren't self confident enough. Trust the wrong people or get stressed over every little thing being get stressed over these pretty every little thing because if you can't execute a good plan like pick yourself back up like you'll never get back like like stand up when you fall out and I thought people who distress finger like I can't do the scandal. They just get trapped ninety degree. I've picked the same thing to some. Let's say you going camping. What would you pack? Pots Pan attend a canteen at guitar. All I need is a knife and a handful saul. They're pretty funny. I don't do camping. I'm more into Glam bean or e camping. I'm GONNA say Pots Pans Cantina guitar like doing traditional campy not to copy you but I mean we've all glass. We got a differ. Let's see well. That's a weird picture. Proposal Looks Kinda creepy with taps. Oh he looks like he doesn't know what's happening aside from re puzzle and Flint. Do you ship any other Disney couples Ariel and Prince Eric Princess Jasmine and lodden Christopher on or Tiana and Prince Matvey. I'm going to say China Princeton Wien 'cause Princeton. The fog is one of my favorite Disney princess movies. I love China. She's one of my favorite Disney princesses. And I feel like the relationship was really funny because China puts him in his place that you use them how to do some practical things and then he realizes he doesn't need the high lifting more he just needs the simple life to work hard and I think she learns a good lesson to from him. They kind of like balance each other. And he's like you need to learn to let go sometimes and enjoy life. It's not all about just like make the money so that's good. I thought that there are people. I Guess Chris an odd Jefferson things too like with Prince Jasmine Aladdin and Ariel and Eric. I don't feel that they really teach much older Disney movies. Where you know. They weren't as good. I mean what does the air why? What did she seem Eric? He was just like who his abortion been Merman. I like I'm going to pick Chris off and on because there I think the best. I'm not as familiar with turning Princeton. Means I couldn't really comment on them but I do remember. It was kind of a a but of the start of the CRISANTO. These actually started off a little rough but they just. There's such a good couple now especially after frozen too so I remember watching princess and the frog with Aubrey and she starts crying at the end like when Princeton Wien dies and then dogs yes four. Well he gets. Who WELCOMES BACK? I guess he doesn't die but he gets like very seriously hurt and like the firefighter is and stuff I think I think she was like sexy. These movies feel sometimes or something like that and it was so funny because she's so little on such she's very seriously and she is like she's our offense. Funny the next question. Have you ever had any minions and the pictures of a million with Ukulele man? I'd say I used to have millions in middle school. Unfortunately they all. How did you have many different today? I don't I was a little bit Bazi so maybe I'll say I'm not copy because if you were in high school which stereotype. Would you be captain of the cheerleading team and lead in every school play and slightly visco actually? I'm going to go back and change that everybody needs friends because I feel like they were only minions is actually. We were friends like did things together. But I feel like I didn't really like just out of bus- fair enough. I'm sticking with my mini school. Oh my are you captain of the cheerleading team and the lead in every play an slightly visco a cute juvenile delinquent the Jock who wins all the trophies or the popular joker that gets invited to every party Oh I'd say like which would I be or would I want to be. I would be I would probably say. Oh I'm GONNA say queued I was GonNa say that too though you would really be a juvenile. I don't see that you would be the captain of the cheerleading. An item slightly VISCO. I mean I guess I do. I don't I don't like being the leading plays though because it's not as much fun. It's more fun to be part of the route solve. Because you don't have to be a stressed okay. We're both going to be cute juvenile delinquents. Then I guess you jealous of others. families parents aren't strict jealous of people who are able to act. Chill Joseph. People aren't shy or Joseph L. is when they have better clues. I WANNA say jealous of people who are able to act shell because sometimes scenario around like a or something like I like new. People like really really shy and like. I don't know what to say so I'm like just like hey. 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Oh this is the last question like if people people Sass me or like the summer someone things like. I can't do something or or whatever if I can be someone who wants to do something to prove with someone else Ron so. I can be stubborn. Okay I'm GONNA say clever because if you try to stop me I'll think of a way to get around you. Devious did you okay. So after all those very thorough questions which character from. Tanglin the series. We're best buddy. I got you. Jeez I got lance strongbow. I guess I do like singing and I do want to foster teenagers and he adopts them teenagers. You and I do like to cook cooks pancakes for that. I can be me sometimes. But I'm not the instigator of being funny necessarily okay. Let's see I think this is a good quiz if you pick one of these quiz debate definitely takes lots of little long. But I think it's worth wow. Oh my gosh. Okay let's see Lance. We HAVE TO SAY YOUR MIND. This of land strongbow like him. You're chill and a good talker. 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22: Postpartum Depression & Mental Health W/ Momma Doctor Jones

Baby Steps

51:58 min | 3 months ago

22: Postpartum Depression & Mental Health W/ Momma Doctor Jones

"About today that wakes up and meditates for two hours every morning and i thought to myself month be nice little different for me gang unless you count meditation as like like kind of moving one block of wood and the truck back and forth over and over and over again or like reading good night. Good night construction site over and over and over again. i feel like that's like a mantra. You know playing with a toddler absolutely. I think of that as as like meditation form of meditation. Yeah especially when west tells us no talk no talk me an aerial trying to talk about something and says no talk no talk. He just likes to stand there watching for your mental health and speaking of mental health. That's what we're talking about today. Welcome to baby steps. I'm ned i'm aerial. And we are parents of two but really where parents of many were pants of. All you baby steps out. Today is a very special episode because we have got danielle from mama. Dr jones on the air today. Hi danielle how are you lo. I am great. And i'm so happy to be here finally have you. We had planned to have danielle on about four months ago. And the same day that we planned to have you on the podcast. I went into labor inconvenient. And give me yeah the most convenient thin and now you're doing great and have a sweet baby. Is that right. Yes we have a sweet chubby baby. He slept for nine hours and forty five minutes last night at eight and he he did not wake up until five. Forty five did happen when he when he woke up at five forty five. He was awake for the day. So there is that you're like oh god okay. We're doing this sort of give up one evil for a different evil. It's like waking up at two. Am feeding putting them back down and they sleep till i dunno seven thirty or just waking sleep through the night and waking up for the day at five forty five. I don't know which one i liked. Better step in sure. Next thing you know they'll be off to college. Just star net big saving mean aerial back on the farm this raising a family. A dogs chickens anyways. Danielle is a board certified. Obgyn and youtuber mother of four including twins. Whoa why yes. I had twins in medical school. And i was just telling you before we got started. I try to block out that residency part. And that's why. I had to six month olds and was working eighty hours a week for four on your feet for a lot of that time so carrying like poles and being on your feet all that time. That must've been so difficult for you. It was an adventure. I'm only five two. So i felt like i was bigger around than i am tall but we made a happy daniels toasts a little bit about. How did you get started making videos about women's health. I mean it's kind of your journey been from the content perspective. Yeah so i got online as a medical student and i was just kind of blogging my way through medical school that was way back in two thousand nine and it was super weird for medical professionals at that time to be online. And i just kind of found the love of the creative side and then once i got out of residency and had time to focus on it again. I figured out that this really filled a need. That i couldn't fill in my clinic. I have more time to talk with people. If i can make this content and put it online where it can live and if i don't have an hour to talk to somebody about postpartum depression or p. c. o. s. than i can send them to the video and we can talk about the video after they've watched it if they just needed more information so if filled an educational need for me and i i think helps get good information to people who maybe haven't had the best experience with doctors and i. I think anything we can do to make health information more accessible as a good thing. I love that. that's fantastic. So you said your patients to your videos and you say okay. We'll watch this and then we can talk about it next time you come in. Yes sometimes if a patient twenty minutes. And i make a diagnosis and we obviously over in the clinic. Because i'm a constant explainer. I like to go over things like that but if someone is really the type of person who just wants more information a lot of times i'll tell them you know. Check out the youtube channel. There's information about a whole lot of different topics there and you may find more information if you're interested or it may direct you to other good information that you can bring up at your next appointment. We're more about entertaining the people we. I don't know if our educational aspects are always a thousand percent but that is one reason. Why is we're so excited to be talking to you today. An actual expert And we're talking about something a little heavy but hopefully it will provide lots of helpful information to everyone out there listening. It's it's postpartum depression. It's a very very important topic because postpartum depression affects a lot of women. A lot a lot of women as i'm sure that you can tell us all about that I mean do. Do we have any information about. Just how many women postpartum depression effects. Yeah it's really common about one. In ten women will experience some level of postpartum depression. And that's not necessarily know severe depression that has to get treatment but at least bad enough that we need to talk about it and be addressing it in the clinic. How does it start. What would be kinda the definition of a really good starting point to discuss. This is that it's different from baby blues so a lot of people after they deliver we'll have kind of this sadness and crying and irritability it usually starts a couple of days after the baby is born and it will notably resolve completely within two weeks. This is kind of a hormonal shift. A lifestyle shift. It's transient it. Should go away and it shouldn't be anything that is so pervasive you can't do your normal daily activities of life. Take care of baby things like that. The difference with postpartum depression is that postpartum depression is something that has to be present for at least two weeks and it won't go away most of the time on its own in. It's a little bit more intense a lot of times and baby blues. It definitely lasts longer and it's something that is more similar to kind of depression outside of pregnancy and outside of the postpartum period whereas baby blues pretty specific to pregnancy and postpartum interesting so so baby. Blues is kind of that rush of hormones that you get after labor Your body is readjusting to being not pregnant and and having a kid. And i mean we certainly went through i what i would call baby. Blues is a transition period. Where now. I didn't have a baby and now you do. You know you're not sleeping. Well so i can. I can imagine how that that first two weeks that is going to be a time. That is different from other time. Like that distinction it. It makes me feel a little bit better about the feelings that we were having You know in the immediate term and also gives them a time marker for someone that is continuing to feel bad to to start to look into getting some help for it Because i mean having an infant Particularly can be very isolating not even taking into consideration like covid and not being able to go outside or visit friends or family you know and so is postpartum. Depression is it related to Like labor hormones or is it completely separate you know. There's probably some kind of hormonal association here because otherwise we wouldn't see such a rise in onset of depression after delivery so they're probably hormonal players in this discussion. But it's a little bit less hormone triggered and situationally triggered than say you know the baby blues part of it and i really liked to make sure my patients know that postpartum depression can affect anyone. People can start getting perinatal depression even before they deliver. And so i want my patients to bring this up with me anytime in pregnancy or they feel like something isn't necessarily feeling writer. They're struggling and a lot of those symptoms can exacerbate in the postpartum periods. If somebody's having kind of feelings of depression or excess guilt or loss of interest in activities and things like that before they deliver. That's the best time to bring it up with your doctor because we would like to figure out that's going on before you deliver and get you at least set up with someone to talk to or a discussion of medication if you need it even before you have. The baby is visiting something that only affects the mom. I mean ken. Dad's pd too so there are reports of kind of a similar type of behavior in the partner and it probably is kind of the same thing just situationally expressed kind of underlying feelings of depression. That kind of come out at that time. I'm obviously a little bit less versed in that. Because i am usually treating the person who's had a baby but there certainly are reports and people who say that they saw worsening or new onset depression as the partner of someone who had out baby as well when we had was d. Did you feel any of those feelings. i think a little bit as the non birthing partner. What like what were some of the psychological changes that you had as well. It was a big change. A big lifestyle change. You know i think on and off. I've had feelings of being little down or you know having adjusting with with big life changes so That was a that was definitely a an incident type of like a moment that creates a lot of A lot of extra feelings. But i don't know if it would have risen to the level of Capital depression sure and so danielle. What should people be looking for Win talking about depression versus baby blues. I mean what is the distinction there. Yeah so baby is definitely should go away within two weeks so if there's still something going on after two weeks that's always a reason to bring it up with your doctor. Most doctors should be or midwives or whoever you deliver with should be doing a perinatal depression screen at your visits visits and talking with you about that. But if they're not you'd need to be bringing up any of those feelings with them. And i always encourage partners to get involved with this as well because although a lot of people who have depression or anxiety after delivery have good insight into it that it's new and that it's not normal on that something's not feeling right some people don't and sometimes it takes the partner saying hey you know we've been going through this. She's not sleeping well and remain as i go through this. You'll notice a lot of the symptoms of depression kind of overlap with. Oh my gosh. We also have a new baby. You know your eating habits change your sleepless or you're too sleepy or you have anxiety about things and some of these kind of overlap and so i always encourage partners to come and bring these things up as well so that we can really tease out. How is this something. That is normal adjustment to having a new baby in the house or is this something that we really need to be identifying in getting a handle on before it gets any worse and so you had mentioned medication and that medication was a. You know a possible treatment option. Yeah how does that factor in with breastfeeding with postpartum hormones. I mean what are the options. There i always tell. My patients are primary treatment. Method is going to be therapy. And that's because that is proven to be the best and if you need medication with therapy that's also a really great option as well usually trying to treat this. Only with medication isn't super successful. But it can be and sometimes we will do that if someone doesn't have access to a therapist for instance because we all know that getting mental health care in this country can be a challenge. Sometimes i would still prefer therapy to be the first line. However the treatment during pregnancy or after pregnancy. Most of the time we can find something that is safe for pregnancy. And that say for breastfeeding. And that's always argos as well. We want anyone who's breastfeeding to be able to continue to do that safely. And we want our pregnant patients to have their safety and their babies safety in mind as well but at the end of the day we always encourage treatment. Because baby can't be healthy if the person taking care of them is not healthy also and we see effects of postpartum depression in babies. They're at an increased. Risk for having bonding problems in feeding problems in growth problems but notably if the depression in the parent is treated these risks. Go away for the baby s. Well really i remember when west was born. I i went to some therapy sessions and it was really helpful to just be able to talk to someone about all the things that were going on in your life because it's a perfect storm for bad things to happen because right when you have the most overwhelming feelings and different senses of things changing you also are the least equipped with tools to deal with it. You are running on lack of sleep. You don't have as much time to do other activities. That might dyke help you feel better. Exercise exercise two hours of meditation. And it's like it's right when everything is swirling around you in a storm is also when you The roof was off your something totally. So i actually. I was diagnosed with anxiety depression when i was in college and And my doctor was very aware of this. I have been on medication for it for fifteen years now and i stayed on my medication throughout pregnancy but actually went to just a lower dose And then after labor. I felt like i was at risk in particular for pd And so right after labor went right back up to my my like normal dose so that actually helped a ton and my doctor and i came up with a treatment plan. Made sure that we were both. You know aware of what was going on and everything but are people that have been diagnosed with depression or anxiety. Before are they are they at a higher risk of having this After after they have a baby. Yeah i was gonna say. You're very astutely Acknowledging something that we all know which has a history of anxiety and depression is a risk factor. And so i always like my patients to tommy about that. You know when they come in for their first prenatal visit even if they're not actively on medications if you've been treated for depression in the past or even if you feel like maybe you had an episode of depression that went untreated you to tell me that so that we can keep an eye on it and i can keep the lines of conversation open at your visit so that we can put you on medication if you need it or increase your does if you're feeling like what you're on isn't working. Yeah it's it's such an interesting thing. I never actually thought about mental health and women's health coming together like that you know before they were very very separate i would go to the gynocologist. Get pap smear. I would go to my like psychologists and and talk about mental health. Talk about Medications things like that. They never overlapped. But then when it came to having a baby and being pregnant and being postpartum they were very very much intertwined For this very reason you know this is. Women's health in general has long been undervalued in research studies and so it was not too long ago where people just were assumed be not adjusting well to having a baby and there wasn't any acknowledgement of this being an actual physiologic problem. That could be addressed. And that's why. I always bring it up with parents that you know. This doesn't make you a bad mom. This is just something that happens it. you can't control it. We can help with it but you shouldn't feel guilty. You didn't ask for this to happen and do anything that made it happen. It's just something that happens right. That's a really refreshing point of view. That i think is really helpful to hear. If you're struggling with this. I have a question that's about if you are a partner And you're supporting Someone else that is experiencing some of these symptoms. How do you support someone who's going through. Ppd and also if you're on the outside looking in what are some you know external symptoms and kind of things to watch out for that. Maybe you could help them get the help that they need. Yeah that's a great question so you know you always wanna be keeping an eye on just like normal day to day function do. They seem like they're normal. Self of course things change postpartum. But you should still enjoy the things that you used to enjoy. Should be on a take care of your baby. You should be able to get out and go for a walk or you know you may be so consumed taking care of the new baby that maybe the other partner needs to take on a lot of the toddler. Care that's normal but it's not normal if you're not able to get out of bed or you're not showering as much as you can when you have a new baby and just doing like normal daily function. Things and partners tend to know each other and their norm and their baseline. Pretty well. And i think having a close partner or just whoever's your social support if there's not a partner involved is is really important because we don't always have a lot of insight into that ourselves anxiety is also something that people will get that maybe they don't feel or and they're not having problems with eating or they're not having problems with you know filling guilty and things like that but maybe there's a lot of going on that's kind of a level that you wouldn't expect so it's normal to worry about your baby but it's not normal to worry so much that you can't sleep or that you set up all night making sure babies breathing or that. You're making pediatrician appointments every week. Because you need the wait to be checked again. I mean there are levels of of normal anxiousness that come with being a new parent. But those are that i would want you to bring up. Because maybe that's kind of bordering on postpartum anxiety level is will her sure i feel like some of these symptoms. I have definitely had where like. I didn't want to leave the house within. I just i ned was like. Let's go for a walk. And i was like no no i really. I don't want i don't want to do that. I wanna leave the house. I want to stay right here in my bed with my baby on my chest. This is this is my safe place. It's hard because some of that's normal. You know like there are are normal levels of i want to protect the baby or i've just been through nine months of growing this kid. I'd like to hang out here doing skin-to-skin and watching whatever i'm watching on netflix. There's a level of that. That's okay and i think that when it becomes pathologic is when you are sitting there with baby in the bed and ned saying. Hey let's get up and go for a walk and you're thinking in your mind. I would really like to do that. But i can't. Something is making me not be able to. you know. It's okay to want to cuddle up with your baby for a couple of weeks but at some point you should be able to feel comfortable getting back to normal life and i think that's important too is all of these symptoms can come and go and a lot of them were saying earlier. Overlap with normal postpartum stuff which is why this can be so confusing and often honestly underdiagnosed not talked about enough even in the clinics. Often doctors are not well equipped to discuss those but when those symptoms are there's a whole list of symptoms but it's basically having five of their symptoms every day for two weeks and that's kind of the cutoff for this. This is not normal anymore. Would one of these symptoms be when west is playing with something that's metallic clinking and then aerial and the other room says i hear knives weird eighty dinner. She's like ned go check on. I hear knives is so so. I have when my son who's four now was maybe two and a half. I woke up one morning and he had come downstairs from his room. Carl out of his crib and come downstairs and pushed a step stool to the counter and gotten a bag of like powdered sugar doughnuts and he had a butcher knife that he was using to cut. Open the doughnuts so he was sitting on the counter with a butcher knife in his face covered in powdered sugar. So if you think you hear my just check it's probably thank you. Thank you hear knives. Just chat what she said. She said she said just check. Just don't make your husband go check. Excuse we are no. You're right you're right. You're right you're just giving your time but no it's true if you hear knives check on the knives because they could actually be knives and it's better to check. I have before i really. He has played with knives he. That kid loves sharp things. He does love scissors and his baby. Scissors are don good enough like dad. Why are you giving me the bitch scissors. Gimme the stuff. He's like an ass back to put her package he says. Can i open them with the pokey scissors. Mom i'm like. Oh god i guess i guess you can open them with the like five incidences of of something that you feel like. It's going a little too far. That's a good marker. Because you're right. There are so many things that you get anxious about as apparent kind of it's a constant anxiety stream but then there are if if there's like multiple instances where you feel like. Oh this is. Maybe i'm overdoing it here. But they're good marker. I i remember also when we start talking about this. You mentioned Guilt which is is one thing that i have several friends who are pregnant now or You know like have fresh newborns. I children and and they're saying. Do you have any advice for a first time. Mom and saying don't let anybody make you feel guilty about your parenting choices. Because as a first time mom that guilt can be overwhelming absolutely overwhelming. And i had never really thought to to kind of put it into perspective of postpartum depression Do you remember kind of that. That guilt of oh are we. Are we feeding him enough. Are we doing this right. Are we doing that right. Are we supposed to be doing sleep. Training this way even just like my own mother saying. Don't you think the baby's cold or something like that. And i'd be like oh god have a terrible parent. My baby is cold. You know. I would think about it for hours after that. I'd be like the baby was cold. I can't believe i left a baby. Get cold you know. I think some of that is normal. But that's probably not normal. Yes certainly hits interfering with live for. It's kind of a constant the in your head. It may not be normal and i mean honestly it's probably correct me if i'm wrong but even more difficult when you're in the public eye and people have all these opinions that they have no problem sharing and society really kinda sets people up for feeling like they should feel guilty. If something's going on you know with their baby or their newborn and it's something that i try to combat a lot of my channel. Is that like sometimes things just happen and we do the best we can with the information that we have and if you look back on something and think well. I should have done that different. That's fine just do it. Different moving forward. You may not have had all of that information to make that decision at that time right. You can't dwell on something that has already happened you know. Just do the best you can for your kids with the information that you have. But it's hard not to see like instagram comments. Or you know all sorts of social media comments and not. Have it affect you right. I mean i remember. I had to turn off comments after. I posted an instagram photo. Where it was Like me and wes on a city street doing something funny. And i had on a mask on and weston because he was young at that point in time he couldn't figure you know like rib it off anytime and put it on now. He's older and he understands. Actually he's so good at wearing masks that he gets home the backyard and he's like don't need mask anymore but when he was younger he didn't didn't get that anyways as like a ton of like mask. Children comments something. Oh love it was like there was a whole like fight happening in my comments. I was like. I don't wanna be this is not. It wasn't even it wasn't even that it affected you so much but that people were get- where like arguing with each other in the comments where you know like one person was saying no this is right and then another person was saying. No this is right. And i feel like that is. That's very much a the parenting world in a bubble Is is just one person saying the way that i do. It is correct and somebody else saying no you the way you do. It is absolutely wrong the way that i do. It is correct and it's about raising children. Which is the most important things you have to have the correct whichever person is correct. We really should be doing the correct one but the answer is there's a lot of correct ways. Yeah so something that revolutionized my parenting was watching. Ted talk about like the actual science behind parenting. That basically this is not meant to be as sad as it sounds but almost nothing you do in parenting like decides the final outcome of your child. I do not find that depressing at all. I i find that free. You know just the fact that your kids are going to be who they are no matter what like have did just enjoy them and enjoy being a parent. That is kind of where my my head is at at this moment is. I'm just going to enjoy my kids. And i'm gonna enjoy being a parent and just hope that that rubs off on them. Yeah i've developed a perspective that if you give a shit you're probably a good parent like if you're trying. That's what the premise like. You just need to care and love. And then aside from that everything else is just however their life is going to play out and as long as they were loved. That's the most you can do. I love a one thing that you mentioned. What could you do for a partner. Yeah i would be a if i did not mention that. Sleep is such an exacerbate her of depression so people who have depression and anxiety see significant worsening with lots of sleep and something. I really encourage my clinic is when someone is is battling postpartum. Depression or anxiety is to help them get at least a couple of days a week where they have some saulat uninterrupted sleep for at least six hours and i know that for anyone who's not apparent listening six hours is like that's all of sleep but when you have a newborn that's a significant period six works and although now we're spoiled after last night i your child damon child. You're with this eight ten our lifestyle but when a baby i mean you know before i would say four six months babies only sleeping about five six hours at a time and then you know it's it's slowly gets it. It gets longer over time. But i mean you can't expect an infant to to sleep for for very long so ned took on a lot of the The sleeping duties with west. I remember we kind of shared it because we definitely had the the first parent inclination to like whenever baby wakes up. We both wake up. And we're you know we're so new at it that we want to do it together. Quickly realized that was a terrible idea. One of you should be sleeping. One of you should be taking then when the second child came around. We literally had beds in different houses. We converted our garage into a guesthouse for you know the in laws and the parents to come and now we had literally in those first couple of months like the person that's not on duty during different house. They get to her sleeping in the garage. Thank you very much. Do not disturb mode on life guess nationalize that. What you need is to not ever feel guilty about doing things like that. Yeah absolutely take taking care of what you need totally. Yes we're gonna out okay but then again. We got eight hours of sleep last night. So we're just living dream over here. We're like wow. Why do i feel in such a good mood. I feel like everything's going. You know how. I know that things are going great for you. How when i smell you. And i'm like you smoke it and you're like i show show boy wait so tell me What what is the opposite of that. Like if if i don't take him versa poop it's nice to see well treated depression and supported care and and especially in so. Who's willing to talk about it. So i think that is a lot of good. Oh yeah nobody ever told me as a parent how i just was completely giving up my right to privacy in the bathroom yeah. I didn't understand that. No nets still thinks that he deserves privacy in the bathroom deserve it. But i try and come up with shenanigans to achieve it. I'll find when we're at Areas parents house. And there's like five bathrooms feeling up to. I'll like i'll try and find a secret bath from that. Mobilink poop from so that if west goes looking for him which he inevitably does like if net has gone for more than ten minutes than west is. Like where's daddy and usually that he says and i'll play a little game with west. That's let's find out where daddy's pooping let's go. Let's go find him It's finding i send in send in the missiles so for postpartum anxiety. We were talking about that as different from postpartum depression. What are some of the the treatment options for that and kind of what. What are what are the ranges of of outcomes when it comes to different different levels of symptoms. It's actually really similar as far as diagnosis and treatment. Obviously the symptoms are different with anxiety. The prevalent feeling is worry and anxiousness about things. That either are completely out of your controller. Maybe you're no. You're worrying too much about things that are in your control. So the symptoms are different. But the diagnosis is similar to weeks of that being kind of a daily occurrence. That's interfering with normal day to day life. The treatment options are actually pretty similar as well. Because the pathology is is pretty similar and so therapy is always going to be number one and therapy. Plus medication is always going to be the second best or kinda step up option and then medication alone. Only in circumstances where we can't access cognitive behavioral therapy. If you had a pd or pba in your first child are you at a higher risk and a second child or or maybe by then you've developed certain tools and strategies for dealing with it that make you more prepared. You're still at an increased risk. People tend to notice a little bit more easily because they have familiarity with canada feelings that they had and then also they tend to seek treatment a little sooner if they've been treated in the past because they know that they can feel so much better but you're certainly still at an increased risk in subsequent pregnancies. And it's you know. There's even a risk the postpartum period as far as talking about things like this goes up until about twelve months and that is the depression. I usually ask patients if they're going to be on medication to do that for at least six months. And then we'll do a trial off the medication been about fifty percent of people last for at least a year and once you come off medication you stole are at risk for recurrence just like with any other depressive episodes are diagnoses so i think it's always worth kind of being aware moving forward of your risks so that you can keep an eye on it and help your partner keeping on it as well if you are seeing any of these symptoms in yourself. Are there any lifestyle changes that you can make to combat postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety without having to go to a therapist or without having to start on medication or something like that. I'm i'm thinking In terms of maybe exercise or diet change or something like that for someone who who has never experienced anxiety or depression. Whoa are are there things that you can do. yourself without expert help. Yeah so anytime. A patient comes in or they're just kind of calling in to talk about this. I usually tell them if you have clinically diagnosed still abol depression or anxiety. You're not going to fix it with those things but if you have these kind of feelings of depression and anxiety and they're not getting better but they're not severe. You're not having any like intrusive thoughts suicidal idealization. It's not interfering with your ability to kind of take care of baby and love your daily life. Then i'm always okay with a patient trying to improve their sleep improve their exercise change their diet and see if that helps but i always always always wanted to hear back from them within two weeks to see if it's getting better or getting worse or staying the same and so it's really important just to have the conversation as far as if there's any healthcare professionals listening to just continue to touch base with these patients especially if they're trying to get by without therapy but. I think that i love therapy. I'm a big proponent of therapy. I think we should push therapy more as a preventative measure. Because if we can get into therapy when we first start noticing those feelings than we may be able to avoid having to get on medication and things like that so i know it's not accessible for everyone but in an ideal world. I would have a therapist for everyone absolutely. I think it is important to make the effort to seek it out. Because i find that the biggest hurdle with by therapy for me was just the process of finding a therapist like it wasn't super easy. But now there are apps like there are directories and like you can find therapists and even in your insurance. Maybe over that is actually quite tough. And i think issue barrier to Yeah it's a big barrier. Let the exercise version of treatment. Pat is helpful to me. But sometimes when i'm feeling down it's like i don't feel like exercising. Yeah it's like if you have any sort of momentum to take action or if you have any sort of your ear partner is aware of it and helping. I would make take that first step. Yeah i mean that that. I would say as somebody who has had anxiety and depression is that is the most difficult thing about it. Is that an object at at rest stays at rest and then an object in motion stays in motion. You know and so if you if you are stuck and you don't want to leave the house you don't want to leave the bed. You're not able to kind of get out and do the things that you normally do it. It's going to be very difficult to change. But then when you do making those changes and and committing to to feeling better actually does come out smoother. Let's you've committed to that you can do it in conjunction. I love that and talking to your doctor. I think is the very first step That gets those things in motion. Yeah thank you give you a referral and i if it's okay i would. I know it's a hard topic to cover. But suicide is one of the number one killers of postpartum women. And i think it is super important to acknowledge that any suicidal idealization especially with any kind of plan needs to be seen in the emergency room. And that's always an okay to call nine one one or go to the er. That's not something that should ever wait for your postpartum -pointment. That's that's great thing to call out. Yeah i remember just from so for listeners. Who who don't have kids or been through this experienced before. When you have a baby and you go to your postpartum doctors appointments or you. Go to your pediatrician appointments. Usually or in in at least in my case they have given me questionnaires. That say you know. Have you been able to do this. Have you been able to do this or are you feeling this way. Are you feeling this way And i recognize those as looking for signs of anxiety. Depression in me Is that is that something that that is across the board or is that just something that i've experienced. It should be across the board. I mean it should be standard and that's called an edinburgh depression scale. There's another one but that's the most common one and that's a scientifically verified way to screen for depression in the postpartum period and anxiety. Well actually my kid's pediatrician hands out because you see the pediatrician. So much more than you see your ob or midwife so they would hand us one of those at every visit. Which i think is awesome. And when i was working in that clinic at the same place that my child's pediatrician was out and then she would screen like my postpartum parents. Who came there and then send me the results if i needed to get them into discuss it which i thought was really really great because at the same time she was doing that she could also identify. If there's anything going on with baby that would be a warning sign. Which i'm not you know someone who's capable of doing the baby kind of overview so i think yeah your your doctor or midwife should be doing some kind of depression screening and those questions are helpful sometimes If anybody wants to look up edinburgh depression scale to just get an idea of what you're looking for. Yeah absolutely but i remember. One of the questions was going back to the self harm. Topic is Either harming yourself or harming your baby. That's definitely something to look for as well. Yeah absolutely and postpartum. Psychosis is a lot more rare but that's a lot more serious than just postpartum depression on its own. Not always but typically and that's something we have to watch for as well i. We only see that rarely clinically but that kind of question of homicide. The asian is is kind of bridging that gap to to screen for psychosis. Well are there. Signifier that differentiate between ppd and regular depression or is it really just. It is regular depression. It just happens to be in the postpartum period and accentuated by all of the things going on postpartum. It's it's essentially the same. It's just diagnosed in the postpartum period. And so anyone even who had non postpartum or or perinatal depression diagnosed. You know in their teens. You know it's hard to kinda decipher. Is this like a new onset of postpartum depression or is it just a recurrence of the other depression but we call it postpartum if it's in the first twelve months after delivery and it's functionally the same. It's treated pretty much the same as well doesn't feel the same probably because there is so much more going on. That's i can imagine like there's probably a lot of people out there that have never really suffered from depression and then all of a sudden you first baby comes and the feel totally different. Yeah it is because it also kind of brings in a lot more feelings of guilt and anxiety and worry about the baby or if you're doing things correctly so you're right. I mean it's not exactly the same because the presentation is somewhat different. But i think that's how it kind of got the separate distinction of of the postpartum period. I think there's a misconception that certain antidepressants you can't take during breastfeeding or when you're pregnant But that isn't always the case right. Can you speak a little bit to that. Are kind of medication. Mixing with babycare must took most commonly used depression. Medications are safe for pregnancy and most of the commonly used anxiety. Medicines are also safer pregnancy and the same for breastfeeding. There are a few that. I prefer not to use in. There are a few that. If i'm starting on a new medication i would prefer to use what we call an s. Sri i usually try to start with one of those. Because that's what we have the most data on but most of them are safe and your doctor should be looking at your med list. If you're on something before and making sure that you're on one that safe. But i rarely have to take somebody off of of their medication because the commonly used ones at least when you look at safety of stopping medications versus being on them almost all of them are better to just continue. I remember that something your doctor was saying. Oh yeah that was something that i absolutely had to consider. Yeah was what is better for me and for the baby. Is it stopping my medication. That i have been on for a long time And that potentially you know kind of having some effect on just my everyday life Or or just continuing and being. Okay with taking that medication. While i was pregnant while i was breastfeeding Alternately choice that i made Because i think that it makes me a better parent You know just being on a medication. That i know works for me. That's really important and we actually have studies on like scientific data on untreated depression or under treated depression and pregnancy and there are some distinct fetal effects that we see for people who are not on medication and so sometimes people like to think well if we don't know a whole lot about the medications and their safety we think they're safe but we don't you know their classy or whatever. which is. They're probably safe but we don't have randomized trials which is pretty much every pregnancy medication. Then they like to think well then. No medication is safer than being on it. But that's that's really not the case because we see actual effects of untreated depression on the fetus. As well so. I i would much rather my patients have stable treated depression. Then go off their medications without a plan. Yeah do you remember that book that we read before we got pregnant. That was i think it was called. Get ready to get pregnant and I remember reading a chapter. About how similar to what you're talking about where you just sort of that that those untreated feelings of depression. This was about untreated Stress daily stress that could potentially affect the fetus. Just that. I think it's it's cortisol that that kind of just courses through your body when you are chronically stressed and how that can affect your pregnancy in effect An you know an unborn baby. That's why we send being delivered my sister's beans our dog and the people worry about this a lot because a lot of people say like oh. My job is stressful. Is that gonna affect my baby. Most of the time and you correctly said like this is chronic untreated stressor. We see these effects with the stress levels in cortisol levels more people who are chronically stressed due to living in an unstable environment or being surrounded by kind of abusive partner or maybe they have food insecurity and have trouble with accessing getting a roof over their heads. So these are the kind of people that that we see the negative effects on pregnancy of stress. On so i always like to make that distinction. Because i know like me like my job's kinda stressful is going to hurt my baby. And the usually the answer is probably not. But if you have these major stressors in your life as you know a little bit unstable then that may be something to bring up with your doctor and see if we can find any resources to make a difference there. Yeah are there any misconceptions more broadly about pd and ppa. That you'd like to bring up and dispel for people listening. Yeah you know there's also another kind of ptsd type syndrome that people will occasionally get. Which is someone. Who has these prepregnancy stressors that i was talking about somebody who has a really complicated pregnancy or a lawsuit pregnancy during pregnancy or a traumatic birth experience. These patients are at increased risk of postpartum depression. But there's also kind of a ptsd type syndrome. And i think a lot of the internet is currently bringing a lot of light to this and they call it birth trauma. And i'm glad that people are starting to talk about it because i think it was a long under recognized in our field and so i think that's something that we also need to kind of keep in mind as well but anybody who has any kind of traumatic delivery or traumatic pregnancy will be at an increased risk of of postpartum depression. Aside from that. I mean i think the biggest thing is that i just want people to know how treatable this is in that if you bring it up with your doctor or your midwife or whoever's taking care of you and you don't feel like they're listening or they're not giving aren't any options that you know it might even i know sometimes it's hard with the entrance and stuff if you don't like you're being listened to please find somebody else to talk to because it is treatable and your babies only gonna be tiny once and if you want to be able to enjoy that then we need to be able to get you help. If you're not feeling like that something that you can do. Yeah i mean absolutely are. Your feelings are valid No matter where you are in your parenting journey It's you know and and and if you are feeling out of sorts off And even if you don't think that it is postpartum depression a talk to your doctor about it and they can give you resources to help you feel better and you know. It doesn't have to be medication. it doesn't have to be therapy it could. It could be anything but talking about it is the first step. Yeah exactly get help. Y'all yeah we'll post some links in our description and some phone numbers as well so that you can have some immediate access of some some touch points of places to to to go get help and Well thank you so much for chatting with us. Danielle of mama dr jones. Where can people find you. Thank you for having me. I'm so happy that we had this conversation. And i really truly appreciate you bringing more attention to this topic. I think it's really important. But i mama dr jones on all the platforms and you can find me pretty much anywhere on the internet. Much my lack of free time now. But and i imagine we will be having you back again not to talk about other things not just postpartum depression. Because you're you're. I mean you can sort of span the all the topics of of women's health we don't know we're doing and that's kind of the point like the premise of the show. But it's good to hear from some people that do know what they're doing right right. Yeah i am so happy. You think i know what i'm doing her parenting thing where you just you. Just gotta do the best. I have four kids. And i still don't know how to raise them so there's no one right way but if if there's one thing that i have learned in my short time being thank you so much we will see all next sunday. Make sure to subscribe rate us. Five stars and leave us a review. And hey if you're listening on youtube and you're like the like even cooler is listening to on i tunes or spotify definitely a head on over there dropping five stars and i have not showered yet today. I just realized that. So i'm going to go hit the showers by.

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Peppa Pig, A$AP Rocky & Digital Fur Technology?

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Peppa Pig, A$AP Rocky & Digital Fur Technology?

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I can't wait and new episodes every Thursday. Find out what happens when the knicks generation stops being polite and starts getting real again in facebook click on the facebook watch icon and search the real world on Watch M._T._V.'s the real world Atlanta streaming now only on facebook watch welcome to the the puck Israel and everything you need to know but the celebrities don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsay Lindsey Weber and we did not die after watching the cats trailer. I feel dead inside. Though it took me a really long time so I saw hours and hours of tweets before I actually saw the trailer and and like did it live to the still somehow even more deranged than what I expect it. I like gone through many different phases of emotion about it. You know you know the the exploding brain meam the the first one is like this is bad. The second one is like <hes> C._G._I.. Is Ruining feeder movies <hes> the other one. The next one is like <hes>. I'm definitely going to see this in theaters when I'm stoned and the last one is like this is actually this actually make sense with cats like this is the only way to fulfill the vision of cats dearly I mean I think that's where I am so where I'm at as like when cats came out as a musical in the first place a million years ago people were like this is stupid it makes no sense and is honestly too sexy and we're uncomfortable but it ran for a hundred million years at the longest running emily's musical emily's loved it. You could just like I mean it was still it was absurd. It's a weird combination of Iceland result. I'm really annoyed that I didn't see the revival when it happened. I mean Andrew Weber like suck suck sucks but what's so funny is just like this. This musical became this like absurdist masterpiece somehow and people and it appealed across all ages appealed to everyone and everyone loved it and so that's why when I saw this even at first when you see this trailer like this is trash what is it but then you think about the spirit of the original cats which did feel the way that I felt watching this trailer. Yes so having never seen cats but like grew up in the in the eighties nineties Ibn I still new I was aware of cats and I was aware that it was a joke like I knew that people thought cats was ridiculous but I also knew the cats was huge kind of cultural phenomenon and I think the fact that it was both of those things is very unique. Yeah like it was as big of a joke was of a hit you yes and cats was like the Magic Mike of Musicals like the cats. Were like in everyone's like Oh. Why do the cats have boobs? It's like because in the musical they were just people in sexy catsuits suits and they had boobs and they wouldn't come out to the audience and be like Ooh and you know get away from me. Cat like it really was a huge mcat as a joke that was third their golden girls jokes blanche and rose or in cats and it's supposed to be funny any there's laws screen whole there's the whole joke in six weeks of separation that we were texting about about how the the white people that the young black man is conning the rich white people that he's conning in Manhattan one of the constant constant. <hes> promises that he makes to them is that he's going to get them cast in the movie version of cats that like is never going to happen well. You've seen it T._S._A.. Elliott yes years ago benefit for some school disease what they can't make the movie of course well. They're going to try my father will be here auditioning cats. He's going to use people courageous stand. They thought of lots of ways to go animation. It would be nice but found a better way as a matter of fact he turned it down. At first he went to the producers as a courtesy all the reasons why you couldn't make a movie of cats and going through all the reasons why you couldn't make a movie of cats. He suddenly saw how you could make movie of Cat. There's a really good scene at the end where the there with the kids like the college age kids and the college kids find out that the parents wanted to be in the movie version of cats and you're like mom you hated cats. You said it was the low point in like American theater or something. It's like it's been a joke forever. What is so funny about me funny to me about this? Movie is the casting it's like we took all of the lames in Hollywood and like they wanted to do cats so we let them like us. It's Taylor James Corden rebel Wilson Jason Derulo. It couldn't get any lamer probably the lease lame person and this is Jennifer Hudson followed by <hes> Judy yes dench but because judy he dench and you know Ian mckellen they could shoot their scenes unlike a day. They're not believing they're slow for a long time. Like like is sort of embarrassing Idris. I guess as sort of hydrogen embarrassing last night meat eaters is embarrassing. He I think he's kind of embarrassing person. He doesn't care also and sort of shameless and then you have the ballet dancer. Who is the lead cat? I think her name is Francesca. Something got I should've maybe maybe look this. Up is one of the big she's a big ballet dancer in Ballet Dancer World and what's that what's that cat's name. I I like Valentina. I WANNA surname. You're over Toria. Sorry Victoria Area Francesca Hayward Hayward. I really liked <hes> Victoria. The White Hoods Joe the name of the cat by Victoria the hobby poster and the trailer both say you will believe an patrick just said in cats uh-huh what's funny is sort of takes that sort of the takes that believe it takes that that confidence in cats to make Katz hit and I think cats is going to be a huge it will also the best part about cats returning to our like cultural conversation is now you get to go to people who you know. Our fans of cats are I've seen cats and you say this is the best party trick ever and I recommend you do when you're stoned. Okay tell me the plot of cats. Oh people who love cats love talking a lot but they'll lose their mind and they'll be like okay. Here's the plot like do you know the plot of cats yes. The bicycle tells the story of this is wikipedia. I could tell you it but it would take me for years. This is what comedians succinct description the musical tells the story of a tribe of cats called the jellicoe. That's not a real word. They just made that up and the night they make the jellicoe choice deciding which cat will ascend to the heavy side tied layer and come back to a New Light Life Eva's heaven side layer when they sing it. I'd always sounds like heaven side but I guess it's heavy side. Who did Yoda the revival? No I only saw it. When I was ten three times? I also like that. Everyone who's seen cats and again. I was noticing this yesterday to we'll see like the only real song memory but then there's the delicate dance like there's like you know that song that those are the only two I know but you look at the list of it's still brought me musical so it's like one hundred songs. Well has no memory each song about a different cat. We just did something which blew my mind I clicked on it could have aside layer and it's real okay is a layer of ionized gas. This is where the cats go occurring between athlete ninety one hundred fifty kilometers above the ground faced one of the several layers of the earth ionosphere on a sphere it is also known as the region it affects medium-frequency radio waves because of this respective layer radio waves radiated skycam returned to earth beyond the horizon so cats when they get jealous colder whatever they go to this place ill there's like cats like hanging out just floating zero gravity. I hate that this is whenever you go to the have aside layer wikipedia it says in popular culture and of course is only one instance because who else would be crazy enough to put this in their work of our other than android Weber member how in the nanny Mr Sheffield's like an nemesis android and he like makes fun. It's so it's just really funny how much people know like how much normal more people like myself. I'm not even that theater person just the extent to which Andrew Lloyd Webber as a person and as an artist has infiltrated pop culture is really why that's crazy. The Hamilton of like the eighties like it was a phenomenon it ran ran for years. People may jokes about it across all culture like it's not some small matter and like <hes> like a lot of Broadway musicals it takes a really long time typically for a Broadway musical to turn into a feature her film and usually they don't even work out. I think Hamilton's being sort of fast-tracked but like remember Phantom of the opera took decades you know honestly one the wicked musical has been the works for so long and they can't even get that they were waiting perfect the C._G._i.. And I feel like they should at least thirty years later. What is the what is the new technology digital technology technology they say in the in the teaser ch the feature at her Tom's pairing them with kind of level technology which I think he's ever been used before the digital technology to create the most perfect covering the these people but they cats and this is kind of the teaser for the teaser trailer we are all in the same seem like Valley of aunt of uncanny hair just waving around like it's natural it is not natural uncanny air member the all the conversation about the digital technology in the first monsters inc where they were like well Pixar and again look at the for but were they were ready then the question is will anyone live up to the the high standard set by detective pokemon -tective peak itchy Pok Mon because that for looks and looked like it felt so real so I just wanted to I wanted to touch peekapoos for a have no interest and touching any of the cats no? I don't WanNa touch any of these cab. Are you kidding. They're like rose and life and sexy. I don't WanNa talk to them. Before we started recording once he was like we have enough to talk about right for the episode and I was like Yeah. Of course we spent ten minutes on. We've spent ten minutes on cats. Were GonNA be okay looking at the cats wikipedia. Tom Hooper Tom Hooper <hes>. How do we know Tom Hooper because he went an Oscar for the king speed right? That's that's the main reason letting him do this. fucking thing who wrote wrote the given this is this is the typical blank. Check thing like this is. This is what the blank check podcast based on like Tom. Hooper one made the king's speech he made a lot of other things he made those that John Adams mini series to WHO Ooh like once he did the king's speech he was like I'm going to do what I really WanNa do and what that what he really wanted to do was make fucking musical. He did that horrible Les Mis and now he's horrible cats. That's insane to make a genuinely good movie and be like thank God. I got that out of the way I gotta get back to what I'm passionate about then this cads he's another. He's a con artists. He made the Danish girl to which like who remembers the Danish girl and it went an Oscar he got all those stupid things out of the way I mean stupid and then he was like now for my true true passion adapting musicals that people cared about in the eighties like Les MIS lame is also held the same cultural fascination that cats did took forever to turn into a movie yeah well. I guess it did determined to move but not a real because there was set Liam Neeson one it didn't get turned to a true Broadway adaptation like until they fast tracked her life to this very moments could be okay. We have to move on from cats. I'm sorry I hate musicals. They WANNA know fame it. Oh my God let's the move on from cats and talk about crust. See how about that. There's a transition you can be proud of. I think this is really fun. I love personalized pizza orders. I think this is charming. This is like meam Bait also and the presentation I love it. All I loved it. Looks took a scissor and cut around so what happened here. The Jada Kiss <hes> rapper who was way more popularly fifteen years ago like an early to thousands <hes> but it's still culturally relevant Jada data kiss posted that <hes> he likes ordering pizza with just crust so no no no cheese no sauce no pepperoni know anything just crossed and he posted instagram of his perfect pizza order. That's a pizza box and inside is just a ring of crafts and three dipping sauces inside it and people got furious crushes always my favorite part of the teacher from when I was a little kid and then as you know now more healthy thing and I found out bad dairy is used to just rip cheese off in this Ethan pizza like that then my bucket list was always going to pizza shop and try to order a pie you know trust a a pile of crushed by I never could do it into my man randy. He got the cuts in slices pizza shop in Brooklyn so I had you know. The owner was my man on like Yoki. You think you can make me a pie just the crust he like you. Serious Kessler like yeah man just make it just drive so he made in <hes> I went by God. Everybody was laughing by joy the main the world is you got at the choice. They eat whatever you want. Ever you WANNA eat. What's funny about it is that somebody commented this but he made breadsticks like you know how like we invented like pizza bread sticks? It's just like pizza crossing the lake in longs instead of instead of literally just having sending him. breadsticks this pizza place which I think is known for doing their custom pizzas was like oh we'll show you who's who and like come to literally just cut out made a pizza and cut out the middle of the of the pizza unknown whether this pizza had cheese on it at all. We'll never know these are just a hole in the middle of the pizza with three Mary Harris and he doesn't he was like I don't see what so ridiculous. Everyone was making fun of him and that was getting written up on websites and he was like what's the deal. I don't I don't eat dairy so why not just eat the crust. It makes sense. What's that famous pizza domino's me more? He orders like one half a half cheap. I do you know what I'm talking about. Half Cheese. One have one hold. I have none or something thing half yeah when one side of the pizzas completely empty non pizza with left beef you guys know about this right. I feel stoned. I'm so it's so early I feel so picky about a domino's mean. This sky went on the domino's website members domino's also find he'll do anything yeah and you can use these online systems to you can use buttons to Sir in the buttons where like whole left right blaming the domino's APP come on and then well you can do have like this the other half he selected none cheese and then he selected none sauce and then he selected left and then he got the pizza and it Whoa and he took a picture and honestly it's just it's really funny. It's just crust but it's like it rose too much because there's nothing on it and there's just beef thrown like literally like scattered on the left side of the box hawks come. My stomach hurts. I'm happy honestly sells its way what's happening now. <hes> see Lindsey still in New York and she's going crazy because it's one thousand degrees starting to get hot hot in this room now like it just finish. Let's do the episode. I don't want you to burn bobby's in a car to Seattle which is even sadder than being in my room with nowhere nowhere to record. Just there's nowhere to at least cooler than it is here. It's cooler alert. It's GONNA get hot car. No no no. It's it's coolish because you know it's is. It is going to be a hot because then you'll hear like seagulls at Seattle from on you'll hear like frazier sounds. Uh scrambled things like Seattle. You'll hear Jane leaves like getting angry. Someone raised a crane or whatever means the crane. Okay what what accent where we just doing okay miss that gray the rain what I've been watching every accent is like every accents just turned into Irish yeah. What do you think about cormack? Which one is he again? You're talking about Jewish right <hes>. I didn't use okay. He's a taste of the U._k.. Love Island on America America. I don't know if I love. It looks like a stripper like he looks like you should be meanwhile. Irishman Cormac chats up Carro because he still hasn't found what he's looking for. What's your type? There's me like I'm dark hair dylan blonde hair. I still love Weston apparently has problematic tattoos which I did not realize how will you should see I so showed you the guy from Levion U._K.'s problem as he has a native American figure on his breast Ono anyways ways moving on what's happening in Australia. This is so insane. Some influencers in Australia got like a Beta version of instagram by accident that didn't show likes and they literally had a nervous breakdown including our favorite Tammy Hambro who was like what happens when Instagram I am gets rid of the likes as a photographer at the night as you left a nightclub in Los Angeles then we'll delete instagram from my life Tammy replied before climbing into a taxi saying fuck instagram. It's it's just really funny. How how much of an influencers is life is completely arbitrary software? Yes that could be changed. I mean look who's talking podcast change tomorrow and the out of a fresh podcast dot apple podcasts dot org but but what is every day so many of the but so many of these things are hanging by thread and I mean so I understand their anger but <hes> it is a little more embarrassing when it's based on lakes I mean any moment like this whole thing it'd be switched off and you'd have to tune into like ninety five five point twelve like w x Arcadian home of who weekly but you'd have to derive to like Iowa to hear it because we won't be able to figure out how to get it like beyond local radio waves good after you know the next after those it would have been trying to say after the <hes> the underground cables finally break your seat at the the it was like an an under reported fact about climate Shea ruin the Internet cables and I was like Oh God finally something that may sort of air. I sort of hope I know but I sort of hope. Climate change just like ruins the Internet cables. I mean if we're GONNA climate change. I'd love to not have the Internet to go. I the Internet cable should go first of the Internet and let us all just sorta bobby. It'll be broadcasting over shortwave radio wherever we're located after climate change ruins the world and you will have to move there if you wanna hear who weekly which honestly won't even be back good because one of the Internet even research things that are the point of weekly. Oh Oh no. We have to keep the Internet. We have to keep the Internet. How are we gonNA find out Australian that the Internet okay I'm okay podcasting goes down me writing review who weekly was good until that world ended and they couldn't research to Nasha anymore? Oh my God anyways the WHO's in them's of the rash online okay so here's the funny thing that I who's them's of the Corentin zone would be great content for me to okay. We'd have to barter it to get more shortwave radio parts hobby almost out of battery can you can you give this guard twenty five beans so I can get a little bit of juice. I'm sorry you're hearing. I'm sorry you're hearing some noise in today's episode like Lindsey and I they have rigged up our microphones in shortwave radios to a pair of exercise bikes power then by exercise. Yes Oh my God sec okay. Let's talk about let's talk about. It's best which face up this is the only yet so we're talking about. Everyone's like making themselves. Coup fucking cares honestly who cares but the only thing that I saw online that was funny about face APP. Was this headline in photo so the Daily Mail just like fucking there gene Thir- geniuses so there's a headline on Daily Mail U._S.. showbiz lance apologize for claiming Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney aren't legally married dot dot dot dot taught at wins the face APP challenge with instinct pick so what they're doing here. Is there mixing two different stories one in which Lance Bass accidentally claimed that to reality stars from vendor pump rules weren't legally married and another when Lance Bass made himself old on face APP so the photo of that they're using as the headline photo is a photo of two young people who are not legally married and Lance Bass as the old man via the face APP. It is incredible. It's a really good collage just incredible side by side like normally we're used to being it being like tragic where it's like so and so did so in what as someone else mourns the death of blue of Corey Monte right yes so we're used to that but this is like a joyful one in which they're like we got podcast host Lindsey Weber rigs microphone to electric bicycle amid reports Liam. Shell L. is celebrating the twelfth anniversary of Corey Monty Steig L. C.. You're saying in six years. We're fucked yeah. Oh Yeah Oh oh four. Let's say four four. I can't let say four likelihood of this broadcast lasting through the apocalypse as like honestly I considering or apples are new apple podcast reviews the only thing getting me through the enter the apocalypse although can they take out that weird noise always of that weird exercise machine noise. Can they get rid of that. Isn't there technology to say inconsistent audio quality since the end of the world began. It's like out of <music> all the all. The vacant screams in the background aren't really helping my love of it's okay. Please love these two really annoyed by the constant preppy ads crappy you talking about the C._D._C.. C._D._C. ads that are going to be out of the like interrupted by like emergency announcements emergency broadcast system the WHO is actually GonNa take out ads on who weekly when the world ends the world held organization uh-huh okay what's happening with Miranda Lambert. Oh I'm not alarmed by this or are you or do we talk about face at more like everyone's like it's the Russians of course it's the Russians look by the second affect me changing the thing like what are they going to do with my selfie. I talk about this understand the we've like the Russians are going to get your data. It's like they have it on all these selfish. They're all they have my dad honey if there if they're on face up there everywhere else okay sweetie so like do not nervous about this already. Everything's everything he's not going to be scared of the Russians taking my face eight years ago the Russians Purchase Live Journal. They already have everything I've ever said and thought my whole life one to when we were I doing fate the filters on instagram Russia launched. Oh sorry not Russia a company in Russia launched the one that ended up getting bought by snapchat and so if you don't think that Russian technology is being included. Do I think that's like odor stealing it for for nefarious reasons. I actually don't really know that but there are a lot of Russian people creed and Keping don't really know source of not confirmed. It's like saying like Oh silicon valley is like doing this so it must be nest. It's like no that's just where some of that technology is being being like the likelihood of that technology being built there is high. There's a lot of people in Russia who are working on this type of technology. <hes> I sound like I'm you know I'm trying to be like whatever I guess they already have. Your information is what I'm saying thank you that's that's. That's what I'm saying well. They have ever like what you think. They didn't already have this they have you're. You're horny fantastic already. They have your self easier more. They have your news. They have your crowd them flower. I have a saying I was of. You know. I'm in Seattle. I'm visiting Josh's mom and you know she's a mom and watches the nightly news she was like the rents have our information. We'll mobilink the local news every just kept being thing like the Russians have your thing that was on the today show on the local news. It was on the Lester Holt News and I was just like you see all them talking about this more than they ever talked about like the molar report. This is getting them up in arms perfectly. There's no there's no more there's no better collaborative R._V.'s then the the new generation being ruined by their own vanity where all making ourselves look old were so curious what it looks like more old that we give our information to the government like willingly and it's like Black Mirror and we fucking love it of course of course I loved seeing my old ass. I looked you took a by your sent them my face oldest hill. 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Brenda Lambert's husband Brennan McLaughlin takes a leave of absence absence as P._d.. Of course he does and honestly he's probably not gonNA come back and I don't think that means anything. It just means Oh. He has a famous life now. He's going to be to work in boyfriend now. He's living I would if I remarried to Miranda Lambert. I'd like what do you need today sweetie. You know like I would stop working. I take care of the House. I'd Cook Dinners idea clean up I'd redesign. She knows what she in delivered. You sign up for and you gotta do whatever it takes. Miranda Lambert not angry. I just my life would be making sure she's upset. It still funny that radar reached out to the New York police and we're like and ask for comment and they were like he's an authorized leave of absence. The department is not legally allowed to disclose the reason for the request just a but police officials have said that members of the service take a leaves for various reasons many which are personal in Nature Okay so Purple Wiggle Laughlin her nineteen million moving on. I don't really understand what all let me just read that light. I moving on exclamation Mark Purple Wiggle Lachlan Laki Gillespie purchases one point nine two million renovated semi-detached home in Sydney dot dot after X. Y.. After ex wife Emma Watkins settled on a one point three million million dollar property and he said Perma wiggle. I just got this. What do you need to know I didn't I thought this person's name was purple? Wiggle talk to you didn't know he was the wiggle first of all you don't go into reading things on Australia Daily Mail Australia thinking. It's going to be about the wiggles I know we've talked about the wiggled before but I just thought you thought it was purple wiggle. There are so many people you come across the Daily Mail like Purple Wiggle. What was the name of the town of the <hes> Blueblood? I just want blue was Unin instant hotel the first coop the P._d.. There's a town uncalled Kupa P._d.. And they all keep saying like all. I've always been to go to Cooper P._D.. And they keep saying Cooper P._D.. And it's in the middle of nowhere it's one thousand degrees. It's where they filmed like all the mad Max Things Opel minds everywhere. Kentucky I'm raised Siri said L.. Would I really we're GonNa Ryan a Pomona and resume the biggest. Jim Found he's more far in the Stein and Jayme it. We've got an tug adding eighty and that's also purple wiggle sounds like the name of someone from coup Kapiti purple. He's a wiggle wiggle purple within that interesting when you find it. It's just one of the wiggles so oh you know this. We talked about the wiggles break-up. They're still wiggling together but they broke up because they can't leave such a lucrative Gig now would you I keep wiggle wiggle in despair next to my ex-husband. Actually that's so we were if the two of us were feuding yeah. No I wouldn't quit. Don't say that because people will think refuting oh no. We're not viewed it. I feel like it would be really obvious if it would be very obvious. I'm not very good feel like I'm not I'm not very good at this. If I'm really not why not very good and I feel like you're less good. ooh Is that route of me on our view refuting now because if you know you like on lap blocked the last episode where I was like stop interrupting me that was like real yeah. I know I kept it in. I have cut it to new role pension and that was like you know I wouldn't say that's like it was funny. Yeah it was fun but it was real. It was like you know you love to save you love to say moving on what I like that we're being honest with each other. Remember giving each other constructive of criticism. I'm actually growing from that and I learned but it's at the Tara banks I grow from it and I learned moving moving on hotel. Staff comes to Hannah Bronfman's rescue after wines bill snaps articles and page six twelve words. I could read the whole thing read the whole thing. I Love Hannah Brockman content. She's hill who is great like did her publicist send this directly to them to the hotels publicists. Send us do them like were. They working in cahoots to get like it. It is such a stupid small bad stored. I someone from page six was there and talk to her. Yeah Okay Headline Hotel staff comes to Hannah Bronfman's rescue after wine spill staff who Hannah Bronfman again is is the heir to the Bronfman Lake Fortune and she's like kind of a knee slash wellness influence or oh. My God barbed. Hannah Brockman had a wardrobe crisis before a big D._J.. gig about an hour before taking over the decks at an event at the newly renovated renovated w hotel in Washington D._C.. A waiter spilled a tray of red wine on the seagram heiress ZAC posen dress the hotel went to a frenzy trying to help and ultimately was able to get the stain out with clubs sodas that source she later played spill the wine by war for guests including Queer is Anthony Rousey so this article has it all Hannah Brahmin D._J.. -ING SPILLED WINE W hotel new renovation in W in Washington D._C.. Antony Proski a song club soda like one more. Do you need guests including queries hits me practically means. He was the most famous person there oh easily which is like hilarious because they're like at the newly renovated w hotel in Washington D._C.. God I wish I should have. I should have screen-grabbed this but I guess the new queer eye episodes are out and they are. I saw some tweeting I think it was someone we follow on. Who So it was probably a hooligan tweeted something like <hes> <hes> I've really turned a corner on Anthony Pro athlete gone from hating him to loving him and it was like apparently he just like recommended with Rotisserie chicken and one of the new episode Atip Rotisserie like our friend? That's like a law attest the best Tim Yeah we've talked about thank rechargeable show up to parties with chips with useless garbage you roll up with one rotisserie chicken. Oh honestly everyone will love you forever you can you can do anything with anyone. Over the age of thirty we'll look at that chicken and go protein and fucking can die. Maybe people who are in their twenties won't quite understand but th- over thirty protein a few deputy bringing deb everyone over thirty is like taking a note oh like riding on a post at bring rotisserie chicken credible yeah no also so great idea of you have like a dinner party just to get rotisserie chicken. Don't make it too hot STU. Have I told you have I told the the story about the post it notes. Oh My dad's desk on now on the podcast. Maybe really funny told me ultimate. Maybe I don't think my entire childhood at some point. Let's say nineteen ninety three perhaps nineteen ninety-two credible beginning nineteen ninety-two when we moved houses so it must have been nineteen ninety nine so for seven years of my childhood my dad had posted on his desk rolltop desks and <hes> with when you roll it up he always kept it rolled up but they had all those little drawers in it Tunsil drawers and on one of the drawers that was posted and it said to movie recommendations from my aunt from one phone call that he had with her in nineteen eighty two and the movie recommendations never moved from that spot and run a postal vote and they said in full Funny Family Colon Captain Ron Funny Adult Colon my cousin vinny that that posted no was on my dad's desk for seven years we I don't understand why I'm just saying big picture my dad putting a posted over that said party tip rotisserie chicken wait funny family Captain Ron. Is that a movie Captain Ron. Yes alike funding for the whole family. Captain Run Funny Movie For the Adults Mike Magazine which is ironic because my cousin vinny would become like your favorite movie of all time as essential so it's almost like it was like foretold. Yes funny adult family. He raised. He raised a funny adult. My cousin Vinny Yeah. My funny family raised a funny adult. Was that even a funny story or was that going to go to the Patriot. I don't know I made it meaningful. At the end. I turned it into meaniful narrative for you but yeah no it was good great. Some sort of like sad wistful for music should so beautiful yeah. I'll place that I'll play some nice music under it okay. What do we want to talk about Lindy Clem? I don't know who that is. Though let's move on from that well <hes> she's a ball unease a prince oh and she locked N._B._A.. Australian Ryan Footballer Oh my God I love like royalties always Mary honks from that are like Yeah Shaman or whatever she's really hot. He's really hot. They got married and it was sort of a big deal because she is like a hot princess slash model and he's just is like he might be rug- rugby. Oh No swimmer okay. He's an Olympic swimmer and fuck in deaf the Australian swimmers than they were married. It was like a tabloid thing because they're both hot than they broke up <hes> and now she is in the headlines because because she filled it instruments with her new husband who lost his like wedding ring in the pool or something and that's it like you know and she's making light of it and everyone thought like oh they're berlow she's mad and she was like pollock. Kim Kardashian no yeah although we should talk about a separate hockey right I think so I think we're at that time because you know it's I did it I was like do we want to talk about this. It seems like it's going to be cleared up by the time that we figured out but it really has not been cleared up and then I looked on why he was detained wind and it's really fucked up. It's not like he did something so terrible like it's a bad situation so ASEP rocky rapper. He's part of like a crew like they'll have like a SOP names. If you're familiar with that he's great those at like a super thank you. He's like really into fashion. He does a ton of fashion he will. He was like he's hot. He was at a ton of fashion campaigns. He was the president in the iconic national anthem video top three Lana saw to- J._F._k.. In the lawn of Video Radio History of God that is such a hot video damage of it is incredible but what is this like biggest song. Would you say like I actually can't even think of what his biggest song would be but no just like look it up so that I can pretend like I knew what his biggest song would be as I am. Scrolls songs probably from that right around there so it was probably like around like twenty thirteen 'cause I was the biggest bank. Oh yeah problems. That's his song feature drake to chains Kendrick the number one nothing else nothing really compares as terms in terms of like up that was a big song had big and had a great yeah. He's been featured on a lot of stuff. That's gone pretty pretty top anyways anyways also he has a lot of people really like him. So that's one of the main reasons he remains relevant because he's just around. I guess he was doing a show in Sweden and he got a fight near Times says a rocky himself has said he acted in self defense in a clip hosted by the wrapper on Instagram in his entourage entourage people. You tell the two men to stop following them. We don't WanNA fight you. He says but then they got a huge fight and I guess it was pretty violent because they threw in jail and he's been in jail for actually a longtime this Jill <hes> delight second so he's been lick awaiting trial or awaiting whatever for now eighteen days <hes> and to the point where a lot of people have been kind of like a you know we got you know say something. This is Kinda fucked up. He got a lot of other like famous people like in in his corner tweeting but then Donald Trump got involved and the reason why don trump got involved which is always the case. Is that fucking con Yan Cam on U._S. called called and asked for him is the one who was like Cognac Tanya call the White House. Oh my goodness Kamran loves you know she loves to talk about people being unfairly imprisoned but it really does help her brand when it somebody who's actually a famous person so trump tweets tweets. Were going to get him out Blah Blah Blah Kim tweets. Thank you trump. It's like insane but Justin Bieber tweets cool that you're doing this but like can you get the kids out of cages like the only somehow Justin Bieber who is working on one brain cell right now is the only person with the smart response to this which is like good for Justin Bieber Yeah <hes> what else good for Justin Bieber T._M._z. had the weirdest take on it which I don't even know how they got this which was trump says Milania pushed him to help. Hopefully he'll be home soon so wild as take so he might be out by the end of the month but unclear like the earlier today or <hes> July twenty fit M- wait key basically has to have a full trial or whatever they have to like. Let it go through the process but they didn't like let him out immediately. When trump said something the court has signed the remaining custody till the twenty fifth July risk the flight recipes rich this gives us time to complete investigation so <hes> weird also weird that Sweden usually they're not like <hes> you know the ones were yelling at right yeah? <hes> yeah that boring who cares that's what's happening who cares. That's a that's a factors. Oh jokes there. That's just facts right so Chris Pratt was walking around in a don't tread on me shirt a couple of Nashville right in Nashville L. Rian and people got really upset because <hes> of what the sort of like nationalism that that shirt and that slogan represents and especially now like maybe we shouldn't be wearing shirts like that. I don't if especially if you're a famous person already like very gracious I think touch our tensions are very high regarding that sort of nationalistic express not to be weird if you go to New Hampshire don't tread on me is everywhere like it's insane. It's not gonNA Texas. It's up. We are a lot of places it's everywhere <hes> but people were just saying like you're when you're famous. Would you wear stuff like that to make a statement when you're just like an old person you wear stuff like that to make a statement to but specifically when you're famous it's like pointed and people were like Chris. How're you doing that? Oh my God don't do that so since then I feel like I've been noticing sort of a brief influx of Chris Pratt and Catherine Schwarzenegger stories whether this out and about together and it seems like damage control to me even though what he did wasn't necessarily super damaging it was just like a teeny tiny bit of bad press <hes> but it has led to what is my favorite Chris Pratt and Catherine Schwarzenneger story of Twenty nineteen thus far which has is that <hes> newlyweds Chris Pratt and Catherine Schwarzenegger Hold Hands Cozy up together at Dinner Date and in this story is my favorite description of Catherine's Schwarzenegger. I've ever read truly running out of things because she's running doesn't have any yeah any go ahead. She has no more things Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger cosies up to her Bowen nestled her head his chest as they waited at the valley stand at the restaurant at one point Pratt pull the animal activist and close planted sweet kiss on the top activist since when she an animal affect somebody made like somebody at the <music> at US weekly biweekly right made a list of all the things that are allowed to call her and like that got added on last week somebody know Maria Shriver made the list retry ever made the list facts to them and was like you may use these truly since when though like truly since one I haven't heard anything think about this <hes> but you wanted to talk about Wendy Williams and Edco. Let's let's just quick thing. It felt like a little bit momentous to me and he co Wendy Williams both celebrated like ten years of their shows respectively zere which is kind of like interesting if you think about it <hes> Andy went on Wendy Wendy to just turned fifty five I believe wearing a crown from birthday party ward the entire show love her so much she is so she seems so light and happy and really together and he goes on her show and it's the first time he's been on in six years and the first thing he says Oh my God I gotTa Tell You something Wendy Andy. Your husband was not my biggest fan. Oh I want you to know I have been cheering you on for the last six years Asia and now needs like when he's like you and I I sense that that's you know jealousy thing or just like competitive keeping Wendy away from people that could actually give her good advice about what she's doing etc so he has around the show and she so typical Wendy. She's just like asking him the weirdest fucking Shit but <hes> that was to me the most interesting part and he was like you know I'm so excited to be here. Wendy's going to be on my show as the only guest asks who's GonNa kick off the fall season so like that's a big spot for a show like that's you know the the only solo guest I of the season and it was just like an interesting. It's on Youtube. If you want to watch it but it felt like Nice. I felt like a really good coming together. I mean the dark side of this is that Wendy is going on hiatus soon again. She I think she does normally go on a hand. She's been a lot of high as recently and Jerry who O'CONNELL who liked couldn't launch his own show. Oh is now is launching legal show within a show though but they're calling it jerry. Oh He's on their summer vacation the heat still Joe. It's a daytime event cheerio bye cannot tell fuel pellets cited. I am to be here a dream. Come true if we're GonNa talk about all the stuff that I'm already obsessed with but I have fun limited daytime exclusive so let's do the premier's lung August. He's like oh as an acronym blank. Yo is of them right. You know he's like he's like the Shitty Ashley. Oh like Ashley. Oh Jerry Oh Jackie-o Jackie O. It's like hope that. The Australian Jackie O it's funny that Jerry is like not just like Jerry O'CONNELL hosting Wendy Williams which I think he's done before. It's like Jerry. Oh within a show like I bet if this show does any numbers there will be like Jerry. Oh following Wendy. They're gonNA slide him into that cuts chance as so many I am and not even to be like whatever because her show sucked but Kris Jenner got like four episodes and Jerry O'CONNELL keeps getting keeps getting just it's very renting the of that that Seinfeld episode where with Kathy Griffin actually where Jerry like thinks that she's terrible and like hates that she's keeps trying and he's like Anne Kremer finally tells her. Why don't you just give up you just give up that's Jerry and that's what inspires her to keep going and become really famous ultimately right? Maybe someone said that Jerry O'CONNELL an inspired him. I really want him like that's the thing like though people who are famous and who have like fans and bubbles around the more slight bubbles around them even if they're smart and aware day get like such ridiculous praise for stuff that is honestly honestly not positive feedback that if you really do believe that you can do anything and so when Wendy Williams Joe comes to you and says hey why don't we launch your own kind of show within a show. Even though you ready just had a failed show that lasted like one episode on Bravo Great. I'll do it again. I deserve serve like I'm good. I'm good at this. I do this not that I'm like Jerry Ohad already but maybe that'll inspire him to make something good and successful Jerry O'CONNELL. Give credit like Jerry O'CONNELL. Give up already. He's taking all these chances from other people. Let other people try out. Why does he get to audition for everything over and over and over all he lists let people I would love to beg for Wendy better than he is? Obviously the obviously people are not responding to him the way he thinks that people should or the way you know network executive sick the people will because it's just now I host range to me to like just like wears on me whereas all my soul yeah I don't like it. You know it doesn't wear on my soul pepe. The PIG Fuckin- pepe the pig dropped banger pimp the pick them obviously pepe pick them them pepper pig them. I I was what to say just like them with children then but no. I don't have children on I'm shelter. I know all about pepper. Pick peg kind of them. We really should not be the reason we have away in but it gives Elliott who launched launched dropped their first is pepe pig. She pepper pick identifies a girl. Yes yes sure about that. Yes yes I looked at fully looked at he launched her debut album which is called my first album honestly iconic title. I can't believe no one thought of this yet my I album by pepe pig sixteen tracks including the hit single Bing Bang Zoo and song such as expert daddy pig which I've heard it's incredible Rainbow Rainbow in balloon right expert daddy because the only one that I listened about how daddy can make anything's engineer yeah. Daddy's an engineer. Daddy can do whatever he fucking expert and that's great. That's a really nice thing to say about your Father Sir. ooh I can't believe it took pepe peg pepe the pig peg fifteen years releasing album the public bangers. Everyone's like Riano like drop album pepe PAPPA. Where's the album has been busy? She makes a T._v.. Show so pepe peppis album came out on the same day as alias album. Honestly it became a meam started by iggy herself. She's funny. That's rising -Ly surprisingly new IGGY and you iggy new ideas funny new IGGY agee is funny. New IGGY. New IGGY got knocked down ten pegues somehow climbed up to and now has a sense of humor. I really think that she's still a problem. No no I think that's exactly what happened. She's we'd have one less problem without her would least at Louis. She has a sense of humor. Now I haven't heard anything since that one that came out right after the the like John Salley while go walk down the street. We and I was like Oh you're terrible. I hate that with one right after that and it wasn't good good whatever cares this is about iggy versus Pepe Iggy re tweets pepitas my first albums available to stream she wrote it's over for me now and then because it's over for me now is so fun and Happe- Capela responded because pepe is fucking very nice and for Children Pappas Pepe so fancy you already know pig Emoji and then she re tweeted pepe. This is brutal Collab- with me now are you'll end up breakfast special pepe it is Elliott has learned to only fuck with artists who were of her level and I think this works because she kept she learned from punching up and she somehow down she get champ touchdown across she's punching directly across into the face of pig girl girl perfect. Did you perfect of daddy expert daddy because he looks like I was like. I was like they all look like scrotum says the universe yet but I was like also he looks like A. I don't know a scrotum a herb. I Dunno would you a herb. He's peppers dad and peppers like the dish. She's a prop. She's the opposite of glasses. Pepe got center of PEP IS GONNA go violin like eight years old. How old is pope like I think peppis like eternally a child but technically I think peppis like fifteen? She's four in terms of how old she is four oh to permanently the violent. Please strike that from the record. I'm not suggesting pepe go to love island but to be fair when I hear peppers British accent I think of Love Island only so that's my own problem that video that Stephen posted of what you watch now he posted <hes> oh I think this video of pepe going like it was like well pepe snapped and and it's this video of pepe pig where peppis friend keeps calling. Oh Yeah Yeah yeah I I don't WanNa talk to you and then at one point the friend calls and she just hangs up on Pepsico pepper is calling her friend. I've seen that clip before unfortunately peppis calling your friend to see if she can whistle because pepe can't whistle Oh yes. She's like Jews. Look it's easy. Just put your lips together and blow. I'm running to whistle icon to it yet. That sounds hard. It's impossible <hes>. Can you whistle suze no good. I mean that sad if you can't with so the good because I can't whistle what's whistling anyway. You put your lips to get the. I'm blow like this pepe. You got to play that clip <hes> we have. We're GONNA play a game and we're also going to do Rita but before we do that want to do this like Jessica quick rundown of all these things playboy Vet Jenny McCarthy forty-six looks incredibly toned in a hot pink polka Dot Bikini while poolside as she applies C._B._D.. Cream this is my i CD cream spahn. I haven't seen this before. This is insane also label out Oh label of course label out multiple labels out she has she has all the varieties of C._d.. Cream with her at the beach you can be. Let's go to the beach. Applied Uncle Bud's expecting that uncle Bud's C._B._D.. Sunburn soothe her to her legs amassing our left her platinum blonde hair down and perfectly straightened. Oh my God they ran out of things immediately in two seconds next up. What are we have Bradley? Adly Whitford and amy landed or God Larry Their high love their great couple right. I don't know has a new show that looks that looks completely wild. Have you seen it. It's like joyful. Noise sort of joyful noise meets. I don't know any show where the country were. The city person shows up the country what the trailer he is about to take his own life in the car. He's about to intentionally overdose on pills and then he's like God. Give me a sign of you'd want me to do this and here's someone sing Hallelujah in its it's a choir. He's a Princeton music professor who becomes this and it's really N._B._C.. Primetime yes. This is going to be like cheesy funny. It's GonNa be really cheesy but then like these dark and Whoa key elements like I don't know addiction. He finds pushing the WHO are rate. He goes it goes when former Princeton music professor Arthur Cochran unexpectedly stumbles into choir practice at a small town church he finds a group of singers that are out of tune in more ways than one yeah sister act means at literally everything fighting temptation Darkin then like on N._B._C.. That's funny. I love that very smart. Yeah like the net flicks version of this would have been really fucked up. It's called perfect harmony. I like that name. Okay fine launching it great. There were swollen feet rob. E._M._L.'s pregnant wife Italia Ritchie shows off swollen feet. She showed her name that Italia Richie. That's like incredible like Italy reach Italy Italy like I love that you know that's fully gun to your head. Think of an Italian Italian e GonNa tell you name or I'm pulling the golden retriever. It'd be like a Pizza Pie Italian Ritchie bad sorry. I'm sorry whatever that's bad. She had she had swollen feet. Women <unk> pregnant sharing their swollen feet. Yes speaking about me now Mumia to here we go again Lily James yesterday I saw yesterday yesterday. Lily juice saw yesterday. Yes I saw I where would Joshua's mom what other moving I going to recommend meets Omar. Let's go see beat somewhere again. Annabel comes home here. My options Annabel comes home meet. Some are Lion King <hes> Spiderman okay or yesterday great yesterday but you Lousy Cute Curtis. That alone likes that movie. There's only one no I think it was sort of <hes> mixed positively us really I liked it and also another movie which Lily James is not going to get recognized because no one really is GonNa see this movie James as a real. You are real charmer said a cast they should cast EPA pig and the star of yesterday forgot his name but the guy who plays a singer. He's great really is the concept lakes hold through. Are you like okay yeah because it's not just the Beatles it's like weird random things so like throughout the movie keeps he accused mentioning thing other things illiquidity talking about so like other things that don't exist go like strange like he really loves like a sci-fi not quite black mirror lack mirror light rom com about time also as weird as this. It's very close to about time but he also like other things that exists coca-cola doesn't exist Pepsi Exists <hes> I love that cigarettes were never invented pointing us. He was like God I never invented there. Were no cigarettes coca-cola. There's no Oh and they're so Harry Potter. No thought because of the Beatles has just a random like certain things just never happened already been would exist Lindsey do not poke holes holes into the logic of yesterday Richard Curtis will not allow it. I also will not allow us to talk about this any longer because we have to get to read okay. Let's go was she wary. Where was she seen? She posted why why she's clean to <music>. What's Rita Ora up to who is this woman? She wore a cowboy hat. We is that okay. That's IT Lindsey I because the only other thing that she did was the Dubai thing we shouldn't have talked about it on. Who's there and that's my fault? She raised holy video in Dubai for visit to buy but more recently we can't talk about it here because let me tell you something not a lot of people listen to the WHO's there though they've come back and say they do they do. They're like we do okay read award cowboy hat a day ago. Where is she ronin park out? What did she do a show somewhere so this this Guy Ronin Park is the only interesting thing yes? She's doing a lot of shows ron charges on the he is a instagram famous photographer who the only reason he's famous is because Ellie Goulding found him when he was like seventeen on instagram and was like come shoot me and so he became like an overnight photographer sensation. He's just this like a young British Guy Twenty one now but now he's like a famous photographer surfer okay yes so Ellie Goulding plucked him out of Instagram obscurity and was like I want you to photographic tour and he did so there were all these stories written about him like three years ago about how Ellie Goulding holding he takes he takes really nice folios and he took a nice photo of Rita Ora yeah two of them yeah. They look great anyway. So now read or is <hes> you know helping out this young photographer saw a funny I didn't put it here but Elliott buildings getting married to that guy like Casper jopling or whatever his name is and eh up the rich Garcia pounding like had fling with Prince Harry did you you knew that that's like that you <hes> and the article was all about how she's inviting Princess Eugenie and her sister to the to her wedding but she's like not inviting Harry and Meghan would come. That's really funny anyways <hes> the uh-huh the other thing about what was I going to say about a photographer reto yesterday about yesterday. Oh I thought you said yesterday Ed Sheeran's role in yesterday is a big big major crates like he's like fourthly guy because he is fully risk but but this the reason I put this Ellie Goulding story is in is because Ellie Goulding called the guy started responding to heaven he was like I don't believe that it's her and then finally like they got in touch over Instagram D._m.'s and that's when he finally realized that she was telling the truth but there's a senior Ed Sheeran call salmon is like ice herger mix taper whatever and he's like your Aligarh and then insurance shows up to his house and like they you have a conversation with the whole movie and the movie ends with him doing this big reveal at an insurance concert what Ed Sheeran his like his basically his mentor but he's playing in connection to a manager and he's playing like <hes> so like in this universal adherence like probably like the biggest star in the world which is not that unreasonable but he's huge huge huge huge huge huge but it's also reality he's. He's an asshole reversed himself. He's like extremely call 'cause at a hockey Hartman be or whatever right there's a scene where insurance walking down the hallway and his phone rings and his phone ring shape of you and then he adds that he's like hello. It's ad it's funny like it. She went to get your and fan. That's how he had to write someone that he oh you can tell we're done. Thank you for listening to who weekly <hes> yeah. It's Danny Boyle Movie Barich. Okay okay. Please join join us on Friday for a really fun episode. I won't spoil it here but it's not the WHO's there will be no. It's GONNA sell great. We're trying something new interesting new format. We think you'll like the name it's called says who says you will hear the first episode on Friday.

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#174 Coming 2 TransAmerica

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

1:40:54 hr | 3 months ago

#174 Coming 2 TransAmerica

"Hey what's up. This is your girl diamond styles. And i am the master chef cooking up something succulent and issue boys here. We are serving hot. Talk and cool. I see his set the tone and make sure the mood is writing. Come on in and get comfortable chair. Have the see you can even take issues are way. Not if you're welcome. China thrown to be you know more turning round it thought from the threat. A aw plo join. The conversation has tagged marshes played. I'll instagram facebook and twitter. We want to hear what you guys have to say. You could also help us. Bill community by becoming a patron on a patriot dot com slash. Mars played by contributing to this podcast. You help us. Continue our power for work to change culture one episode at a time so let's get started maybe the straits away or not. The strength is the super strikes. The superstars are not okay. Guys looper strikes donald k. They are mad aged. Not wanna have sex with gay me with that. Have mutilated their penis and and turned it into a busy as a woman. What is it being as long enlarging as a woman. These wounds they just want you to know that they're not into the translates or they are super strain. This like special. This is like Like a assists hadman superpower to be super straight over nothing. Lbj t- As you now so to be known for straight to them you hang you. If you're a straight you can't. You can't miss less end. Because i bet would that way i would be like a bisexual threesome and data. That's super starting to me like you ain't into none of to me super. That's what that means in exceeds regular straight right. I so you can have no dumble badge finish training rubbing against each other and no orgies homeboy in the room. You know how because if you are double penetrating got on inside is rubbing each other together like you know that little line between the regina and the rudy how like all right there wall honey. Y'all real ya. Dicks is real close. No no sometimes. They'd be in the same home with came. Be in the same house of the this is rubbing on the wall of and they real super straight. That's how that each other's dicks. Y'all last of i don't own now like i. I want to know what the rules and parameters of the superstars but anyway if you don't know what super straight is it's just you know this this hit me and really in their feelings about trans people and you know this is. This is a response to trans people. San that if you don't day trans people that you are transphobic. Now yano said in the past. I have a problem with that. I don't think that that's necessarily. I think it's necessarily true. I just don't aguirre. But i'm like i don't give a fuck like i really. I don't if do says he's not into me. Because i'm trans coup like i don't care like i don't want to that level i just really don't care you're not into me cool. I'm not. I'm not gonna i'm not gonna spend much time labeling. You is saying thing if somebody is some white guy. Says i'm not into ub. I'm not into black girls to me. i don't i don't care and maybe it's because i'm not in the white boys or i don't know i don't really care i just i don't give a fuck what i don't want like. I told y'all before. I i feel like people have the right to be. Discriminating in their bedrooms can be rooted in whatever it can be rooted in racism it can be rooted in transphobia be rooted in home of whatever the reason whatever the reason you are discriminating your bedroom i feel like that that is okay because that is your bedroom that is where you have the the dictatorship you have the full rang. You have the consent to give to anybody to come in so if you say no. I'm not into that. No that's what it is. I don't really care force. You have sex with them like or or considered like meet you answering your acne bits. That's fine because the apple app There was his. Why did feel it. Worst rants mobilink. Could i feel like this. Let me tell you. I thought this way because i ask changed so much as i've gotten older as we all do as the involved so i used to feel like I feel like he was. He was an attractive Dan he definitely be transport. Because how you gonna say dan you. You're attracting to me. And i'm a woman i have read. I have all these other things. That sean you physically woman. Then that's that's transphobic because you have to be attracted to me. Because i'm a woman regardless so you saying that that you're not your preferences not line as transphobic. I mean i don't think i'm not gonna solve of it. But i felt like but i don't know what they need feel like. I don't know what makes me feel like that was something that needed to be changed. But then when i think about it i think had a lot of digital had a lot to do with the inner transphobia that i had does it matter though. Does it matter that somebody the reason why they don't like you is transphobia sexually. So yes i get it. I don't want your transphobia to drink over into whether or not i give my human rights whether or not. I can work whether or not. I don't want your transphobia to trickle over and affect my life but i don't really care if the whatever reason you don't want me in your bedroom whatever reason you don't wanna be with me romantically. I really don't really care about the cause of that. I don't really care if transphobia if it's not transphobia just don't i just don't prefer penises. If you still have a penis i just don't i don't want to be involved sexually with a penis is naturally it's phobia or it could be transformed me. Whatever it is. I don't want me in your bedroom. I don't care. I don't care what the truth is. It doesn't matter to me. If i if i don't if i can't be in that space for whatever reason your bedroom when it comes to romance and sex i don't care you don't like older fat girls whatever it is if you say oh i just don't like bigger women can be rooted in fat phobia. Probably okay cue doesn't matter i don't care what is rooted in. I'm out i don't. I'm naturally in a place where i'm not wanted us like when i hear people say when i hear people say that fold that somebody's transphobia because of that it just feels like okay who cares. I don't care because it feels like it's coming from a place from people getting rejected. It feels like i'm being rejected. Now get it. We want to find love. We want to be in relationship. But i wanna be in a relationship with somebody. That's into me into into what i got going on. So if you tell me explicitly that you're not into me. Then i'm not gonna i'm gonna let go i'm gonna move onto somebody who's entering me feels annoying any gives them fodder to attack us. It gives this super straits father to feel like they're victims to feel like they are like we're trying to like because if you see the conversations that they're having around the super straight shit is almost like we are predators like we're like they feel like we're forcing them to have to be entranced people so not be considered transphobic. I'm not to nobody to be to me realized that that was there was so many people that didn't mind that i was trans versus. I was like whatever it is what it is going to be some people who don't find you attractive. I just like we were saying saying awhile ago. Like they're just different of various reasons. Why people may not prefer you in. It is what it is like wrong just because it's may night search to the next person will buy wednesday. Why does it. Matter of what someone's preferences The familiar dome doozy. Our the it'll be interesting to hear sis. Men are attracted opening name. Transfer me with spoke of. Is somebody cotton himself soup restraint. Because like i'm part of me gets the trans people that are pushing that you straight if you date a. You're so straight if you claim to be sri and you needed transportation I think there's kind of like a counter to first make sure as we seen as generally clean. We are in on top of making the means. He'll safer in a way of making them feel more comfortable or the women more comfortable orlandi known or whatever. But that's the way it'd be getting weird for me. Qassam transpeople down greeley like mike As far ends pushing people nells boxes of is just them straight. Because there's a new one not the most people's sexuality when they have claimed be straight and dealt with me or or just. I just know that there's a difference between me insys mania in. That's why i'm a transfer student. 'cause there's a difference i don't know just me embracing that difference is why i can't get on that bandwagon understand it though. I'm not going you know. should i just shine. It'll be stupid. They i'll ever think as You know for people fighting for trans people to be recognized. Because i'm a trans woman. And i want my titles and labels and blah blah blah blah blah respected okay. I want them respect it. So i'm going to respect somebody else's titles labels but i also have my own opinions a i also have my own opinions about things so my opinion this is not. My opinion is not going to affect how i respect. Somebody's labels my opinion is if you are doing anything outside of sis. Hetero normative sex relate regular Coupling i think relationships is clear. That's my opinion so if you are if you are a man who dates trans women. I personally in my brain. Although i'm going to respect your label if you wanna be called straight if you wanna be called whatever you wanna be called. I am going to call you that. But in my mouth in the in the crevices of this brain. I'm going to associate your relationship with a queer relationship. Not guy but queer anything outside of that if anything outside of that sis hetero normative box and you're playing in waters over into the lgbt. Where our ever you plan. Would it kinda plan when it doing. Poly-amorous open relationship stuff open. Sexual stuff do freaky stuff. Whatever you do in outside of that box. I think it's queer sex i think is relationship even labels even if you get paid to me even if you get paid joins whatever you're doing that's outside of that box to me in my mind i'm gonna associated with we're relationship queer sex whatever you do whether you're the top the bottom the middle the side on your back on the front wherever you add in this house agree out ryab care if you doing some monks our wait wait how you weigh house out the box if you stop to me. I'm going to respect everything got going on you and respect your label but in this brain right here. When i'm thinking about joe situation you are in a queer situation because the definition to me of queer is something outside of the box. Something outside of that sis normative box me i agree to and so so you know the and that's just me if you tell me you and you want me call you straight. I'm a call you straight. If the person you dating you assist in demand or sister to woman you're dating the transfers and the person you dated and all. The labels is whatever i wanted to be. I am going to respect those labels but a in my brain. I'm going to associate you with a queer relationship not a gay. I was very very specific. Gay to me means sane and so if you're jude mess do and both label each other's and identify his dudes. I consider that guy. If you're a girl another girl and gabow label each other girls. I consider that game if you are transforming and your with another trans woman. She gay to me. What i f. Whatever is to them's in this fabulous. And i am efforts and is based on what they label are for me. Or or if it's like a sys man and a system and they just call by the don't know how number store in saying is the above them to me as gay them to them. If how my brain works is insane. That's what it is to me. And so but it's based on their particular neighbors. Oku back. How i feel about him after like whoever i would date you queer relationship but could amateur. This is how i see it. And i'm comfortable with that laying. Yes i think as it makes the biggest difference to me in my mind. You ask ed okay with with who you are like if you're in. Denial of who you are as queer person or just in general when you travel fifties. No one's that really. You can't fit into because you're outside the box. I mean it's that i don't want to sound shady. Buddies is like the truth and what it feels like. I think to other people not me feels like we might be saying that. You're not what you say you are but no we're not saying that you're not a woman assist parsing and so it's okay you in that sits at a normative box and it's okay it's okay and it's alright for them to have their preferences. It's alright. I don't care of any kind of preferences i don't care but also i feel like you. Kinda gotta be honest about it if the and this is. This is a another thing to me. So you can claim that they're transphobic who. I'm not tripping like i can see how you could say that because if this person on uc finance cheek and she looked like whatever your type is if you're type is lupita and yongle and she walking down the street and she looked like pizza you find a chicken look like with your type is berry and she walked down the street and this chick walking looking like holly berry all of those your title ix and she looks like a type and then when you talk to her she tells you she translated like So the only reason why. She's natural type issues strands. Then it makes us somebody assuming that you're probably transphobic. It makes sense that the trains her being trans is the only reason why you don't like her. Then it makes sense to me now. I diamond styles. I am not gonna call you transphobic but it makes sense for another trans person to come to the conclusion that you are transphobic. If that's the only reason why you're not attracted to this person. I get it totally. Get it i'm not gonna call you transphobic. I'm not gonna call you that. i don't. i don't care to even examine why i was telling. My friend is just like if if i if you only light skinned girls you only dark skinned girls and your some type of colors. Baby i get it. I get something i'm not gonna call you. I don't care is not believe of color. Stop dr skiing girls from getting jobs. That's what i care about. Yeah that's what i care about is your you don't like black you date black dudes are you must be racist. I really don't give but you stop you warning. Police brutality to stop killing black man is whatever. Your racism level is stopping you from doing. What's right in regards to justice in a way that affects people live. That's when i care about your prejudices. That's when i care about your discrimination. Not ingore bedroom. I don't i do not care about you being discriminating in your bedroom. That's where that where it doesn't matter to me because that's your bedroom. You get to be as discriminating as you want down to the hair follicle however you want. Whoever you don't want in your bedroom you get to be that. Discriminating not on the outside world now is realistic. Is unrealistic for me to assume that those prejudices don't trickle out in other areas yes. I'm realistic to assume that it might. If you transphobic about who you date. You probably transphobic in other areas of your life too. I get it. But i only want control that shit. I don't wanna control or police or discuss your bedroom discriminations. I want to police in control your discrimination that affects other people's lives john. God i want to thank all of our new patrons week. Thank you thank you. So not only. Are you helping to sustain this particular. Podcast you know. I also donate to other podcasts out. Donate to other organizations. I have my finger on the post of the community and i know a lot of grassroots organizations. That are doing great workout here. So you're not only helping to sustain asks you're helping to sustain people in community because i put my money where my mouth is. You know. That's kinda of i amp community is so thank you. I really really appreciate you and if you have not become a patron what have you not you donate as low as a dollar a month. It doesn't matter anything helps please do have to play sarah mclaughlin and show you puppies. What do i have to resort to. What the why people do give money. Rit anyway thank you are and the patriots and pay. Lincoln said about him back to show air. Combat units warnings my topic because basically it was a gay man that tried to coordinate. Rv resorting in basically is like for jays sissmann to you know come hook up. I guess in and is like a native thing he says specifically trans man wasn't allowed in. He's it was in a facebook post. Say campbell more hangars. Private membership only r. v. Park our campground campground that allows only guys guy in terms of discussion is defined as a person with a pain. His who presents himself as male has state issue high of either soon as mill in we understand unfortunately might not make everybody happy but after needs to be clarified. It is our hope that everyone visit luring enjoys a comfortable saves non-confrontational environment going forward. So yeah and they. China is is being a private membership. Only to be able to build like-minded atmosphere. So yeah criticizing it. He was like no. We're not going to 'cause that's what i thought was like. Are you going to just like check people genitals after the war to make sure if even if the id's change in baseball says the same thing has ridiculous. We went through that you be able to tell through when we go to the pool in their swim trunks on the lever response a new game in then put out his name. Brian quinn ms brian in oslo immediately. I know this is widening anyway. Really now give us second of all wanna had yes space in all that. that's fine. i don't wanna come near. Like i have a whole world to pool of rome if i was regal so if i was seeking to date somebody interview somebody that has access them. H wanna go. You hit rb talk girl. It's not gonna be warned booths anyway. I nobody would have to know rby had me until they started like after the same way about this. Rv card the way. Dr phil the you know you. Choosing we wind obey their own but like besides like the definition of them described. What a man was. That's what had me they had me like Accu graphic audit we. You know not that either. No no no way. What if you would even on that. I think is see. That's this is where it gets kind of which he so i get in your own personal bed roll. I get you making your rules. But you're creating this group you. You may not be into trans men but some other patron in that go on to. This party might be inter- transmitted. Why don't you let them decide. Like why do you have to be when you're creating this space. Why do you have to be exclusive from the gate just because you're not into trans man and you don't consider them a guy whoever's brian quinn. Is it brand quinn clan. Just because you don't date transmission just because you don't consider them a guy that doesn't mean and we know for sure that the twins i haven't treated me and transmit i haven't bushwick we door. I know plenty and so it just because you don't that don't mean the rest of your patrons are not into them. Why would you make it exclusive from the gate you saying like why would you not include them from the beginning in my mind. I feel like you should say transmit are welcome but be prepared to some of us you know we want this to be safe place but be prepared that somebody might not be into what you've going on you're talking about preferences you know any then you have to make a. It's the same thing when they be saying no fats. No fans or the bath owns was. The thing is called the bathroom bath thing. He's the The houses yeah. They say they can't go to the ground and going away. Most transfer don't want to go in there shit anyway but i don't know they might like gay men. I know trans limited like so. I don't know my yes all of that. So my thing is if let people decide that to me. That's what it is. Let people decide. Don't you don't decide. Let them now. Now this is another thing. This is their own private party. This is their own private event. So that's also a thing like i'd be like But i had the same fucking conversation when we talk about transit's -clusive sister into women's races. I don't know. I don't have an issue with excluding people from private places. I don't like if i run a party and i don't want certain motherfuckers there. You don't want money you don't want this folks there to just be like a train. Six party like this. If people be doing a only by only ciswomen of invited to this party logical we do with black folks to do it for black events. This this is a conversation for black people. Why people you can. Just listen or don't come at this. You're saying we we need to have exclusive space is i just feel like sometimes it needs to have exclusive places. Now people always bring up is just different when it's different late Different positions our. So i if it was by people as there all no. This is only vice bay. Of course we will be like. I i get people talking about it and in different spaces of power. Get it i get it. I just don't know. I just wouldn't come like if it's okay. So say a white groups coke lan say they have a white groups. And we're this white therapy group for white people not at out of that and we got a battle to get these white people to not have this exclusive. Are you go to that white therapy group if they say okay. It's open to everybody. I gotta go there after. I go now long or i probably would shame. What if you look like a sickening like like the stickney group where you can learn how like different things in grow like your businesses and your income or something that you really would or something that you really wanted to invest in life. That really really help you get there algebra article. I'm there for me not like opened up. The door is hard to make it white only at fires. Would you wanna be there if if if he benefited me in a now listening because offer said sometimes you gotta do things that you don't wanna do that you where you wanna be okay. So our probably have to do something. I really wanna to do our went. I wanted to try to set me off a failure. You gail trying to set you up for failure home. We on a lot of things out there topic. There was a camp called camp resort. Saga talk. they don't have any idea requirements. they said you don't have. Id requirements we. Open ourselves to man in limon. Both cysts insurance transmitting are men. Trans women are women in alley in a even. Have a translate in june of this year. So if you address You want to feel welcome on to camp outdoors. Our motherfucking saga took you know. isn't it. thank your area. We're just going to make sure that you they need to be vaccinated. They need to be quarantined for garl- make sure your say 'cause big these holes than uplifted. The mass dan in texas. I haven't seen too many girls would. I'm ask the girls do that. Mass on but i'm just seeing it. The pandemic is still have to them. Why exclusively. But i assure you i'm not gonna have no matter as i if they right But after the same way that i feel like okay you wanna have your sprays. Have your space. As long as it's not like healthcare and she had need like fucking necessities have you saying i don't care. I'm not going plenty of spaces where people are going to count on space right to do that. Like oh but sometimes it's hailing glide being being able to be invasive with just women. If in like when i'm working out is maybe something small but like when i'm working on boats jim in there's a space specifically for women can make your work out without mean fucking staring at you like mcdade will must have a war gazza more trying to show you a showing some unnecessary exercise machine because they think that you love incapable of asking somebody having like they they really doing. I'm just saying like there are some spaces. Are selena got a gym membership and extraordinary. And i i appreciate there where i can just go with whether it i feel safe not want. I always feel unsafe around one. Do i know i do i do. I'm going back to mentor me. Just in general. Just because the. But i've been doing my life the trauma blade. I do i. I like those faces here. You can get them some me time and not the worry about like different outthinks different things that made the yeah just it just depends on like it just depends on what it's about if it's about hooking up and that's And that's the reason for the season of the event i like. You should learn other people decide you should let other people decide if they wanna deal with trans people or not. You shouldn't use. I don't feel like is. You should fully exclude them from the beginning of the planning of the event i feel like. I don't think that that should be a rule. Trans people can't come only says demand i don't think when it's on a hookup level that that is you can do what you want. Just don't think that. That is cool. Like i feel like because you're if it's your personal space. I personal as in your bedroom. What you do you. Yes but you're doing a big event that's open to everybody or intentionally open to whoever can come is not exclusive place for you know anybody can gombe. It's not like it's just you and they're just having sex with you it is. They're cooking up with various people. And so or you know who. They choose to hookah with so for me. Why not. just keep an open. And i feel like it'll be cool because people who may be interested in trans man and hooking up with them can explore that that makes you a party lit. That makes me as a trans man. Then i was interested in at this party. That was hot. That was lit. You got blender may not be interested in that which is for whatever because you're transphobic or because whatever whatever whatever reason care but you don't want to do it but maybe you're patriots do. I'm pretty sure the knicks you bring in their probably try to move up with him. 'cause i it in a lot of you. Mother fuckers who got through like the jake day who is on his way on champion. Somebody particularly did a particularly. I know i'm just saying they feel the need to say that. Now because they're seeing trends may be more open sexually a particular person they he'd no. I'm just saying tranches things out there employ. Yes yes you know. I could see that. Yeah i don't. I can't say take your person but i feel like craigslist. Open the door. Porn the door because honey. I'm seeing ally videos lands pulse. Read suites in infre- twitter. I'm seeing a latte so you know they. There's a there is curiosity there is a interest there is a market. So tuck is is open for that marquise. Right now the wind would say. Let's get it on your own trains. Week she sounds like other park. Was you know stale anyway. David didn't even know how to address. Trains people appropriately. So why would you even want to be there who cares. Why would you fight and make that space open because you now don't even go there. Don't even have been transphobic. All week is thank you. Let me put them up to the camera i love. You hope you me would not try to see it is a. We're always joking around him on horse playing he he anyway you do. You'll be wearing the al. How's that was going to say. Oh okay so liked in wouldn't been transphobic diamond is they had no if they may have If they would have worded night the reason why they didn't why trains people there like they were like all week. This is what A guy is a guy has painted. The guy is says saying a guy. Has you know a if if they would've gave. Are we just once gaming here. I think you would have is still with a russell feathers within the like would have been in bed if they weren't so extra with the description they could adjust. Wanted to be ways. It wouldn't have been that big of a deal if some people would have rather. Yeah i get what you're saying. It's just the fact that they gave us. Oh discussing description. Because they're sounds. I mean some trans men are post. Has i so let me clogged in out. After like only shake it up. Shake it up but you say a guy Somebody with a penis beach blue period days with the west. I mean if you wanna shake it up. That's the thing i would not even fucking I wouldn't even give him enough fucking time of day. Once i see that this whoever the organizer is fucking not including me not fucking wanted me to be there. I wouldn't even. I wouldn't be doing or or tripping about them fucking fuck you fuck out of here. I'm not. I don't wanna come anyway. Back and i'm definitely not a coin. That's the main thing. Sh the main thing album long speaking of discrimination speaking of Wind transphobia matters for real for real to me we literally have seen many one hundred eight to be exact bills go to their senate go legislation to harm particularly trans youth or trans people or lgbt. People will really one hundred eight anti lgbt bills. That has come up in various states avenue. One of them are specific to trans people. It rained from bad sports sports but it rained from criminalizing. People who helped trans people get medication. Like doctors parents guidance counselors various it just has a range of implications. They harm people. Some some of these bills have already actually passed. Some of that was this. Was it in okay when you talk about My implications of harm of harn are you. Were you talking about what we cover the mississippi like where one of them that what's happening now is just. It's a bunch of them coming out so it's one hundred eighty one hundred eight anti lgbt loans a lgbtq. I plus laws. So one being distributed in different states. No no no that one is just in that particular stay so none of these are on a federal level these are all state level themes so every state is different but what's happening in response to this trend visibility trans rights trans protections with us. We just wind in june that That case about with any stevens that gave us protection in the work against workforce discrimination so just like many times in history when we get a win. The conservative people try to come up with ways to gut that win ways to Harm us through legislation. That haven't been done and so what we're seeing. Now is an uptick of har- against lgbt people. They are trying particularly trends. Like i said a hundred eight of them is worth all lgbt. But it's seventy one that are specific to transpeople and it rained from a lot of things. So this is this is this to me. This is the type of transphobia that matters. This is the type of transphobia to me that we need to spend our time on. This is a type of transphobia that we need to rally. This is when we need to be together. This is when we need to have our allies. This is when we need us as a community not just lgbt people but allies of our community to come together and fight this type of stuff. I'm not trying to fight my fuck about who is sleeping with. But i do want to make sure that trans people's quality of life trans people's rights trans people's protections are uplifted and made stronger and strengthen and solidify. I want that. That's what's important to me. I feel like a broken record trying to tell people who already now what freedom will freedom should look like your body because everybody wants to own like sometimes they get. This gets discouraging. But i know bad but you have to bring awareness to bring awareness to The the toll of deaths up transpeople this year. It's been like seven plugged. Which makes this now the most deadly cheer for transplants people. So far so like is he is given is getting even worse now. We're not seeing like a. Is it the digression of it. We're not seeing. We're not seeing good. Rollback is actually increasing in that scary. Because it's like okay. What are we actually being hunted now. I'm signing chased Agree with you. I I feel like that will be should pay attention to like broke. Who who you wanna have. Sex way will hire going to be able to to survive in the world. Tom not gonna be able to those things effect. You if you're a working girl or you got goals or you have things that you want to build in life. You want you the oklahoma injury mike. Everyone else does. Like being in the workforce if y'all listen to episode where dominant was talking about how. She lost her job because she was schranz out. Actually do that the Been do that but the but these. It's like talking about analyses about but inet moment where you don't know what she's gonna do you have all these legalities. Have you have the resources in god we do now but like eight well may not have been fired from a job. But i remember when i when we first met. He was at a job where he were his t- he they were Being weird about it like he wasn't scared he wasn't Comfortable about his his job remember was his time so he may higher. I was in middle transition intention right and so you want for sure if the job was secure and you wasn't because we didn't have back then we got enough protection we just got productions this summer fired because your trans and but you weren't comfortable there because you were drains. Yeah d- that's what that's what matters to me. That's what when when we talk about. When i think about my life and when i look back oh my and the but anyway when i looked back over my life in my mind i think about the times where like you just described. I didn't know what i was gonna do. I didn't have any recourse of actions to be able to take when somebody was bothering me. Just because of my trans when somebody who was doing something that put me and my call at my livelihood at risk. I didn't have anything that i could do when i when i assume high school if my teachers and other allies weren't coming in saying this is what you do this is this is. This is a resource. I i remember walking not in her office. My principal's office. When she told me that i couldn't go to the prom. I remember in the office on the on the inside. I was so angry and sad because in that moment it felt like she has the power. And i have no choice in this matter. I walked out her office. Not in the office because i didn't wanna give her death at his faction but when i was walking down the hallway after i left her office i was emotionally tearing because i did not know what to do. I didn't. I felt like i was powerless. Because i didn't know anything about what i was to do. It wasn't until i top to my english teacher. I talk to you know Other people who had tools a handed me tools to be able to do what i needed to do to a more become saying. That's i when. I think about in mississippi in montana in florida in wherever else they have put stuff out. Think about trans kids. Who are in a home that they're they don't know if this home is affirming or not saying that. You're in that space where you living with your parents and you haven't come out as trans right so you don't know you might assume that. They may not be accepting because of conversations. You heard them talk about because of whatever but you could see you can assume. But they haven't directly said it so you're in a space where you're not sure if they're going to accept you or they're not gonna accept you and then you need somebody to talk to and you go to a counselor in school who's supposed to be ally just like if they were beating you and you needed to talk to talk about it. Just like if they were molested you are if they were not feeding. You're neglecting you any kind of way your your counselors are supposed to be there for you to top to supposed to be there for you. Talk to them and tell them what's going on in your life so they can protect you or so they said you can feel like you have somebody that you can talk to as ally that so it was not so won't mess up your school. You're gonna send your school who progression. Imagine going to a counselor and you're trying to figure out your trends. You're trying to figure out these feelings in your body these feelings in your mind. The disconnect you're trying to understand it as a child as a teenager stuff that you feel to be true. Kind of not aligning with the outside culture blah blah blah blah blah. You don't have a support system but they're telling you. Oh you have a problem you can come to the counselor and then you go to the counselor and top to them trying to work it out trying to figure it out with an adult a responsible adult and this legislation in the state is telling the counselor that they have to out you to your parents or they go to jail that they have to tell your parents what you confidently are telling them with. Put you at risk of being kicked out of your home. It puts you at risk of shame. Shame leads to suicidal aviation. All these things leads to problems. When i really just came here so i can talk to somebody. Because i don't know who i can talk to but this may be the first person who made me feel comfortable. I can talk to them and now they're under rules state legislation that. Say they have to out meet. The crazy thing about that is like we li- we know trains people who d- transition so and i know people who don about transition and i gave them their first shot and everything they were dressing up drags and end the transitionary uphold screen like the whole gay man right now. Everybody is almost out. I don't want this to sound like the people who say that that trans children on data. I'll know how to identify trains because their brains aren't developed. I just. I know that people do change their mind about changing your mind. It's a bowel with threw them out. Exactly that's what. I'm saying like how there could be times where the child is talking to the counselor and they may not have made the choice to be transmitted may just be bring it up like this may be something that i might. I might want to do so in. Imagine you just one just a minute to talk about that. In general a you end up you you having even made a decision that you wanna be trans person and then they out you to your parents and you had even made the decision that all. This is what i wanna do. Indefinitely how problematic yes and particularly think about it. Okay i a little girl quote unquote okay. I'm a little girl. Navigating world navigating what we know little girls navigate and i and i get on his tiktok tock. Get on this youtube. Get on his instagram. And i'm hearing people talk about non binary. I'm hearing people talking about translates and these things based on how they're describing any feels like That sounds like me. That feels like me. That sounds like me. That's that's things that i think about things that i'm feeling but i could be just a little girl. Who's a little masculine. You said. I'm saying and because of the rules of what a girl is and what how you're supposed to be. How you suppose address how you supposed to feel as a little girl how women you're supposed to be as a little girl because the world is not giving me a description of woman or girl or feminity that includes what i am because i hear these other people saying that. They're nonbinary their trains. I think that. I can't just be a woman. It has nothing around my has nothing to do with my identity. I'm trying to figure it out. As a child i could think that. Oh i'm not buying or are a trans person. Because i don't have somebody mature to top super. Talk me through things and get me to understand things. And so just because i don't fit the standard of being a little girl or standards of being feminine or the standard of being a woman. The way they think because they're they're they're the label of women how they define woman or girl or feminine is an expansive enough to include my little tomboy self. I may be confused about being a girl. Exactly what when if you if you actually expanded the definition of woman or expanded. The definition of girl expanded the definition of femininity. I actually would fit there. And if i had a counselor that sad actually baby. It's okay to be a girl and be masculine. It's okay to be a girl and be a little bit out the box or out out because that includes growth that includes women to that includes him in to you. See what. I'm saying like if you give them space to say you actually might have people that say. Yeah i thought i might have been binary i thought. I might have been trans but i'm just a woman that's out the by so i'm okay with being right here and you work. You help them get through that and you buy five a month. I yeah i get. I get what you're saying. But i i. I think it's a little bit further. So yeah i think i'm trans. I think because. I don't want these breast i don't want you can say i want to go further than just whatever that line may be for me in my mind. I feel like if they actually let people be open and free. Actually would it will actually do what they feel like. They like whatever the their strategy is trying to do to prevent transmission from happening for for prevent people from transitioning if you actually expand and be more open about people expressing themselves. I actually think there'll be fewer people. That transition will basis in where more and there's some people that think like a hysterectomy is or our economies now validates an mortgage Validated down. Like i should have probably gave myself more time. And there's because people push that will you in order to be training. You know this is what it's like pushing boxes on arms them or or trying to suppress them harm the meeting. Further and does irreversible things. Or as a stopover here or so and that just speaks to both sides of the spectrum different elements of power but both sides of the spectrum a not not as a community as a hall but in certain sectors of our communities are pushing of another box. There's a box on this side in a box on this side and what we're doing is giving people space to figure it out. We know that things can be fluid for some people. We know things can be fixed for some people. I'm not questioning transis. I don't i. I didn't i wouldn't once it was made clear for me. Once i explore identity and explore things. I knew what my path was going to be. Everybody is not that fixed. some people figured it out. They have questions they is. That's just the nature of growing up and growing into a human and growing into an adult. You know what you thought fucking fifteen is not going to be what you thought at thirty five. What you thought at twelve is not gonna be what she thought at twenty. Some things will stay the same. You know what i'm saying. Some things will stay the same. 'cause there are some things that i feel. It's well i feel right now at forty that never never changed but i feel like we should be creating safe spaces for children. People not just children children. Young adults adults old adults to be able to talk things out and work things out. Give them the mental health. Care that they need. Give them the counseling that they need. Be as a as an ally friend. Give them the space that there need to change their mind. Figure stuff out and certain things are going to be fixed and some things are going to be mutable. That is the process of change and being human. Some things get to work out and you've got to have people to talk it out and so if you are criminalising going back to the subject of these legislative some of these legislatures and bills that are passing. If you are criminalizing people not being able to even confidently talked to people about what they got going on. You are putting people directly in heart and their blood is going to be on your hands if they're killing themselves because they can't talk to anybody about something. You are actually not doing what you think that you're doing. Its thing if you did not talk about sex. If you try to make sexist bad bad bad bad thing the people who are having sex or want to have sex curious about sex. I'm not gonna come top to you about sex. And that could be the difference between life or death for them. That could be the difference of some unhealthy choice that they made. It could be the difference between having a child that they that they couldn't have that they didn't wanna have and they have to choose to put in because they they're young mine and don't know the options in their scare. I'm gonna take my baby and take it to the The fire department like like. I heard that you can take baby. So fire department said the dumpster that you you look crazy me. Why are you look like that and get. That's crazy in general so yes so there's been cases of of people having babies and putting them in dumpsters put him in the trash throwing them away burying because they were scared of of being out but so they started in certain states. They may laws that. If you didn't want your baby you can anonymously take it to a fire department or a police station and give the and give the baby to them is that it's all instead of throwing it in a dumpster or something crazy. That's painting so then so that happens and so because people are people are having babies. They're scared they don't have anybody to talk to. People are making rules where they can't talk to people where people are forced to tell their parents that they pregnant forced to tell them. Oh i am having sex. And i want to get on birth control so i don't get pregnant forcing the people who their contact talk to about it to tell their parents. I don't want my parents know. I'm having sex but i wanna be responsible enough to protect myself but i don't want my parents and no i'm having sex yet. So how can you help me. And if you're forced if you're forcing their help to to say oh i gotta tell your appearance being if they know that they're going to be scared to talk to you and putting them at risk to get pregnant and a whole cycle of bullshit is happening. And then transmits you got like counselors. Who i 'cause i ain't goin' there. I mean there are some who don't know like there are some people who are well versed in certain things and what did what did they think that you try to. Tell them that your trays unit. Accu trying to tell them day he confused all of that on it. But i think what they're object. Is there what they're trying to do. Is stop trans children or trans kids from transitioning in general and what is joining. This is talent is is cutting lbj. Not you off from a mental help. 'cause i will i will. I will always ut you that would be afraid. I'll be like well. What if you keep them alive and enrolling anything about well somewhat well-versed but some aren't in like what if you go to a school. Where they they are in how you like. Well you know. Whatever i'm doing with at home. I'll just have to figure it out in your older until i can get a place where i'm not going to be criminalised for i feel and i. I think everybody should should have the same of the held treatments like you. Everybody should have access to the had because it's important especially when you think about lbj to you. Have in the highest Suicide ira that makes even worse and that patients that you're talking abou wait till i get older. Everybody don't have. That's a level of maturity that everybody does have some people are going through the pain of whatever happens in argues right in and it feels like the end of the world. It feels like i don't have. I don't have anybody to talk to. I don't have anybody who who i can trust to talk through this and so it feels like man i'm alone and that feeling of isolation can lead to suicide can lead to Suicide adaptations lead to. I don't know what to do. I can't wait till i'm older in an adult. So ma'am i do something drastic because this is the only thing i can think about in this multiple things that that can lead a young person and i know we're talking about a specific A specific scenario. But this is this is how just pervasive some of these fucking legislations are. This is just how crazy they are. It's like you're you're intent. you're trying to make. It seem like you're helping people but you're actually not and that's not what the research says. You're not you're just furthering. Isolation and further isolation makes people either harm themselves or regress. It doesn't make him progress and so for me. I think this is since we see this happening this at a time that we got a rally against this shit. This is what matters. I don't give a fuck about the super straits. Fuck them the superstar. The one is fucking creating these legislation and same colin transphobic. Great transphobic gray. I don't want you create legislation. That's wearing out our children wearing out people that were not adults. I just don't want that. I don't care about if you don't wanna fuck me. I don't care. I don't care about that. I care about your not causing a stress and causing us to not progress as people. I don't like that. that's what i care about. That's where my energy is going to be put sample only well be america to be on a ladder. No idea what you have well. We definitely did together. I enjoyed it that makes reviews People were saying it wasn't good. I'm looking me get. This has some really good actors actresses zimei sounds including we see but it's giving numbers who especially for thirty years later like we've never seen a movie like number to made thirty years later we'll have the same people. It's crazy eight Critiques saying that. It wasn't good. I just. I was seeing people literally just in all. It wasn't gonna watch it any good critiques. i've seen. I'm like likey. Don't waste your time watching it. But why five. Out of skiff. Months for tens i enjoy. I like the fact that It helped them in this type of deal to would like it was like we were a cre- Correcting patriarchy making a minor. Like i made you accu zeke. Though in the first one it was elephant that was real then the second one he says the same play wasn't a real critique app. So you want fake gam. I'd i already i. I wish you would have been on. How no i feel. Like a man come into a miracle wine but had like a little bit more depth to it but it just may have like at ninety feel now. This was definitely what are you talking about how what was deep about the first one. I actually think that would be fun to live the way certain things were created in government. L think they think can be anything can be made afterwards. I enjoyed it. i I thought they did a really really dial by kiki lane. I really the her partner. She was giving me so many so much. Energy was kicking mine. She is the presence. What's one one that was aired daughter. I liked they made her. She's chocolate and beautiful like like the either grandmother. Grandmother on the looks like higher. I don't know. I just. I just when i came into watching it i was like i was. I was exactly what i was expecting. It was ridiculous black jewelry. I thought it was ridiculous. There was that i was backing up so silly and it is meant to be funny the way they brought everybody back. I love the holiday. Brought all the characters that Arsenio and eddie play back. And then they brought some more characters Extra in new york. I it he said did as bad but now was so. I don't know i just liked it. I really enjoyed it. I cracked a smile now. I love some of the elements that they brought back the ridiculous elements of africa. The the You how wrong. The same thing that they did in the first one where they were bringing dasm parts and you just these big theatrical almost like it was a play like fuck in lying in play or something. I don sickening. The costumes were beautiful. That motherfucking tiana. Taylor look salting in those Everybody came back only people. That didn't come back that i really missed. I wanted to see patrice darrow. Donahue arrow with the x ray d'oro was the axe with the jury was a saw glow. Curl and input is harsh. I was a little that would have been nice to see how to 'cause he was like. Why does she get the good wines. But you and member he was he was rained on and it. They imply that. Portrays gatwick darrow. Remember he came through the window and was all wet and he was telling her. You know all that kind of stuff. I would love to see how they play with that narrative to see where it went. I would love to see that I love the john too. I love level leslie. Jones character now. That story line the whole lie. Being rooted in the day rape was got alley. Yeah yeah yeah forgot. She was smoke. I'm glad she had vader gene finally adopt that was. I thought it was kind of distasteful. I thought that was kind of weird. Especially not to address it i i would have thought it would. I don't know if i would have thought it'd be cool. But i at least a dressy like address that moment particularly since y'all are addressing A lot an feminists you know subtexts. You know what i'm saying but at least address it and how yo you write me four ridiculous like he had his own sperm bank or some shit and he review spare bank. So some stupid yeah. He could've went there to making a little safe. But going into the the rabi route was kinda. But i seen i've been seeing people make the critique. Oh if this was a woman being date raped which had made it into a joke. And i'm like that would land different. If this was a woman director making. This is eddie murphy. A man making it. So it just doesn't like you think is landing you're trying to critique the culture about the difference between men and women women can be seen as rape victims and was on the matic shore. Yeah like weird. I wasn't raped. Sure all of that. Yes so call it out but making it seem like oh women can be victims. Were men cannot. That's actually patriarchal that things like that. Actually you know y'all rules. The johnson men can't get raped main. Can't you know because they don't have the dig. I mean because they don't have the vagina they they don't have the ability to be traded by by by a woman can't be raped by a woman. Y'all actually made up those patriarchy. Maybe so anyway. I enjoyed I enjoy leslie. I enjoy what i didn't enjoy is them bringing involved bag but didn't bring all involved q. I like i'm sorry. Was supposed to be funny. But i don i let died i just. He wanted to have a funeral. Why eating the cats and watch it dallas salary. Maybe the head ridiculous. I never seen before. Thank you know what party going now. A method i now love. I love when we get to see wesley. Snipes character acting read a really good actor and so when i see him in movies that he is giving a character. It's always good to me. Like i liked him in dolemite where he where he didn't win. He eddie murphy. I like i love when he is doing. A character is really was a man of this our hand while patents you have noticed like it was asking how to make your mind up. Would as there was making fun of like different parts of the african culture. Like when ahead the shaker the muslims muslim when izzy was like at the camp he was talking to the children. I out wait. He said to them that was it. Was it was hilarious. I was like wow. i know. People aren't keying at. Yeah but that was the whole ridiculous of the first one like the it was like. They were making a mockery but they were over exaggerating the african culture theory all times all the stereotypes of african culture the rose petals on the ground. They come in and dancing ended at the of the moon under the luxury of it. I was like it. Just doesn't feel like they were over exaggerating it and in this. They did it as well which i thought was gave them wrong to do all the sickening You know things we saw. We saw people saying we saw people dancing costume. We more of the culture because he actually was set in. Instead of being set in queens. We got too much setting except from the beginning in the first one in the beginning when he was on the When he had to go find his wife. We just got that little portion in the beginning set in the end the end. But this you know was mostly set. In which i thought was cute. Not that it was wrong. I really just enjoyed everything like how how like it was like. They had to remind Abby i forgot to remind the pert well king yes indeed. I this is. This is like you actually aren't like this like you. You you turn into somebody that you're not in a it was you can censor marhsall which filed this long patriarchal line because he was so straight but keeping traditions in a way the union in the witcher would think. Is your mom's on this wides. So was your mounds go. I said what my mom saying indies. See somebody i any time. I hear conversations and i was watching it through When i was watching it i was. It was coming in my mind. Those are the moments that i can imagine like in cells make tiles and and dudes who are anti-feminist. I can hear them in my brain saying oh she's just trying to. This is her mun emotionally manipulating you like when the queen was telling him like. You are not looking at your daughter okay. You're not looking at your daughter as a leader who has given her life. Who have worked so hard to be the leader of this country. Prepare herself to be the leader. And you're not even giving her a chance because she a girl now morally that is to me and my politics. That's that's what we're fighting for. Gender is not Is not close people off from opportunities right. But for somebody who is a patriarch who wants to keep the old traditions. They would say that. She is emotionally manipulating you. She is emotionally all this is. This is the rules of nature. This is the rules. I did a live recently on my My last friday about the fourteenth amendment and amend is called a man or net flicks and one of the things that one of the arguments when when women were trying to do something. Her name is. myra bradwell versus it was a case called myra bradwell versus illinois. She was trying to be a lawyer back in the day and they were not letting her be a lawyer because she was a woman and she lost her case and they in the one of the arguments was a woman's place because of her delicate nature and because of her She's supposed to be a wife and mother she doesn't need to be out here in the world being a lawyer work that she's supposed to be in the home protected and covered by her man because he's a these are the laws of god. These are the moral laws of god. And so that is. This is what they were be would be thinking in what. That's what coming to america. Had me thinking that they that the guys who were anti this type of change they will be looking at her like. She's emotionally manipulating you. This is how god made it to be. Men should be the lead man should be ahead and so these women are fucking up your brain and making you think that a woman supposed to be a leader so this is now and i can see them looking at that and seeing that difference. But what i implore you to do is understand and we are all human and those type of boxes those type of religious rules. Everybody don't believe in the god that you believe in everybody don't have the same beliefs that you have when it comes to morality when it comes to gender when it comes to those rules those boxes that you have created for women over centuries have put them in positions to where they can't be free enough to do what they wanna do is like a form it is now. It's not like it is a form of slavery that is based in gender. Basically that's that's been going on for way before the. Us exist female. Oppression is older than racial oppression. Female slavery and being owned property have been going on a before slate race even existed. So so it's really really for me. That's why say racism is like a little baby of patriarchy sexism. I feel like that's the granddad. I feel like patriarchy and sexism and all that kind of stuff is the great granddad and racism is fairly new. It's the little baby all connected but it's a little baby and so in that situation i want i. I hope that people get the point of the film. Even though even through the comedy daniel point is the daughter who had worked our asses off to be preparing herself because he didn't have any sons at that point worked her ass. How from her burs to prepare herself to be the leader everything she did was revolved around being a great leader of our country. And because this dude was technically his son from bars technically he could come in just because he was born with a penis and take her position. That is ridiculous and late honey. I'm tired. I think what that's that was a beautiful movie to debut. Woman history or one plus is fun. History month yes and that was actually bought like a forgot ours name. He like the actual have artists pop. Artists come on like there's like this this way roofs. Integrating diana's right now so as other little today. Insert a movie harvey. It was a bunch of answer. It's like he. He made reference to trading places. And you know that that trading places has As a connection to ballroom culture where the high you know your your your your dad. The beat. that's involved that comes. From trading places. People don't know that but that comes from trading places and so he made a reference when he was when the side was interviewing with that white boy his son. That's one of the signs of grandsons. The whatever of the trading places do which is another popular. Eddie murphy film. You've never watched. It is funny. Watch that it's got. Jeanette trades very friends in the barbershop. Where he was like you. Know they're able to chain penises into vaginas with science site. I remember have yeah did they. They traded real lightly. Would likely 'cause honey eddie. You don't get to talking. They got they got it this time. I let them go. Hang out saying that. I'm just laugh at it so check out. Coming to america is really really good. I always i really really good. I don't know i was act. I laughed. I thought there were certain parts of funny starting parents. That was funny just because of how ridiculous they were It's a it had tons of dark skinned girls. Light skinned girls. It had all the spectrum of black folks it had tons of new people tons of older people coming back tons of the old characters. I love how they brought sexy chocolate back right at the end. I thought that that was so funny. In my favorite moment was when The queen had kind of godhra birthday. She had died. She was like she. It was like you revisiting her back where. She lives in queens. 'cause you had turned into the queen wasn't it Levi others get some shots adult. Olive and i thought that was so cute. I thought it was nice What else did i am trying to think of what. Yeah i just. I think i should check it out. Judge for yourself I think if you go into a feeling like just going to just like loving blackhawks loving black people and loving our culture and our extras and all of that. If you go in expecting that you're gonna get it. I don't know what people was expecting. Come into it coming to america to come to america. One was not some deep serious thing. silly ridiculous passing. Oh that was hilarious. Bringing them as as that was so cute food cue them doing why in the middle of the moon. That comedy fucking were kinda. That's what it felt like. It felt like a comedy will conduct. What's his name Horwitz isn't he had his own talk show the guy. I really enjoy his character to i. I think our senior and eddie being together. It's always hilarious way. So y'all see our last week. I was on twitter. But i'll for the past two days. They have been comparing kevin. Hart's filmography and eddie murphy's filmography playing stop playing. That's exactly what i said. It is comparison to heaven heart. And eddie murphy. Kevin hart we do. Somehow he wouldn't either. I come on like i understand you trying to. I felt like they were trolling. It was pissing me off that he was even. It was even going viral or trending going viral but ending to the point that he would get this kind of recognition. Nigger you are. Nowhere near eddie murphy. Our weekly illicit. He has of sydney sydney rawls. Yeah smothering is a really good went even forty eight hours. His funny fucking comedy specials raw and delirious. He has so much nutty. Professor that one on will blow came hartsfield film career out of the water. One movie you wanna see big fish come down to sly oh or he is so many. I'm into america. it's so many. I don't come on now. You can't not do little. It sounds cool daddy daycare. He reached the way bones reaching the. Why folks nutty professor this show. He was reaching the white house with four not. I forty eight hours. I'm forty eight hours. Something beverly hills cop. He was reading the heels. Now like the beginnings beginning. He has up girl aren't golden shell. I want a ni- ideas outta here. Kevin is nowhere near eddie murphy just affected that will come out of your mouth. You must be twelve. You gotta get outta here but yes. Make sure yao watch coming to america. Make sure y'all Check it out how it was so good i loved it loved it. It was good to us. I don't know if it was good. Would you rate aggravated Ten would you read a. I will give it a a me too. What is a team. And what is a ten comedy in your past the if it issuance nicknamed the movie a comedy that was eighteen disease count. Cd's hewer is different down. Give that is but national security. Did it end blue streak a tin cup. Just we can get your range of what is what is a comedy that you watch. That was a ten me that had me cry. You laughing with definitely Wasn't he with the personnel funeral with the death at general death at a funeral. Oh my gosh crying laughing. I think 'cause i had smoked i had. Oh gosh i never heard of that. What is that with The account. I can't believe i'm forgetting his. Because there's not a shade with He played into new jack city as cranky death at a funeral. That's new jack. Chris rock. Yes oh my gosh. I was crying. I could imagine that that funding. Because i think they both are funny but larry right at a team for me has to be my number one comedy of my life. That had me in the seat up is friday. It was something. Friday was at the time. Yeah i was in nazi cracking the theater. 'cause i've seen it at the movies and so just watching friday then it just was like oh i can see that yeah. It was just backing up. So friday is is. My ten is my standard of what i what comedy for meeting friday. Now there's other kind of comedies like Super bag super bad tan. Have you ever seen super bad. That's fine waiting to be but it's a different type of funny three boys i make mailing. Yeah super bad. Funniest hell to me so super bear and friday. Are ma like top comedy movies of all time for me. And so that's my teens so it wasn't like that so coming to america in that but it was like you know i was smiling and happy. I was over here joyful about the obvious blackness. Screen sal i will give it a a. I'll give it a a generous aid to you. Know what i forgot. What that will be was. It's it's called bridesmaids play off that was funny bridesmaids. Funny yes that was king down for me but it was cute. Nine nine yes. That was a good one that was. That's a good yes. I love rise maze and my guy. So yes y'all Let us now hit us up either on instagram twitter. Let us know what is your top. Three comedy shows comedy movies comedy movies. I write hashtag. marches play. We gonna be filed. We're gonna be responding. We wanna see. What is your top three comedy movies that you will give a ten star at one. You know one being the least tambi integrate with you will give ten top three all right. 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