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The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID
"What is important for me to tell you is that I believe that what I had decided to do over the course of the last year and a half, I believe has been justified. I wanted to achieve natural immunity, which is by far the more robust immunity that one can have against the COVID or any virus. As Morton mccary, Marty Mackay, professor Johns Hopkins school of medicine, and the Bloomberg school of public health and the editor in chief of med page today wrote in The Washington Post, natural immunity to COVID is powerful policy makers seem afraid to say so. More than 15 studies have demonstrated the power of immunity acquired by previously having the virus. A 700,000 were person study from Israel to weeks ago this is a few months ago. Found that those who had experienced prior infections were 27 times less likely to get a second symptomatic COVID infection than those who were vaccinated. Did you hear that? 700,000 person study in Israel, 27 times less likely than vaccinated people.
Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2
"The avalanche scored three times in the game's first nine minutes opening their season with the fortitude decision over the Blackhawks that early advantage made things easy for netminder Darcy Kemper who made thirty two saves in his Colorado debut a lot of fun to finally play a real game of this group sh you know a lot of talent in this locker room so it's fun to be a part of them are always fun to have to start off with a big win with the season I'm just going to keep building now Jack Johnson Gabriel Landeskog and Bowen Byram each beat Marc Andre Fleury to give the avs the early three nothing lead well Nazim Kadri added a fourth goal in the second period much to the delight of the sellout crowd at ball arena Bruce Morton Denver
Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers
"Freddie Freeman blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Atlanta a prime to poor victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and send the Braves to the National League Championship Series Atlanta won the division series three games to one in Freeman said this after the game the pure joy you know in that clubhouse you know that's everything we've worked for since Feb worries to get to the playoffs and then keep moving on moving on the brewers lead to nothing on the top of the fourth and four two in the fifth but the Braves answered both times and tied the game at four four Robbie Thomas had a two run Homer in the fifth for Milwaukee Braves starter Charlie Morton went three and a third innings on three days rest Tyler matic got the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta
"morton" Discussed on Identity at the Center
"Kind of what i'm thinking about it right now. You're wrong so To repeat that presentation were giving it the fido alliance conferences on the nineteenth roster. Doing a webinar. Jeff assuming you can link to in the show notes but that webinars on the fourteenth of october twenty twenty one. So i guess depending on when you're listening to this we should put the year in there as well so hopefully people can check it out. Yep it's productivity webinar. So it'll be on demand obviously don't do too many commercials but because it's and i actually doing something with our pierce who's also been on the show as well We figure we'll we'll plug it there. So yeah tober fourteenth I'll put lincoln the show notes for people contract if they want to. And then yeah busy speaking schedule for for you and i in the next couple of weeks between that and then Going to seattle and meet our identity friends and giving a talk there as well. So that'd be kinda cool or hopefully we'll be able to record some episodes there And have some interesting chats of some of the identity so to speak who who may be onsite absolutely well. I'm already tired of talking. So what would you say. We bring our guests into the picture. Yeah i think you kinda hit off the direction that we're going to go today. And i think that's as a service right so now we're talking about the cloud and things like that so we're kind of thinking here brainstorming before we started. The show's all right. So what do we call this. And the idea that came up with is the cloud is different. So what does that mean so to help us with that conversation We've got our friend john morton. He's the director of solutions engineering at bright. If welcome to the show. John thank you. Thank you jim. Thank you so much for joining us. And it's tradition around here that when someone joins us for the first time that they tell us how they got into the identity space or maybe when they first realized that they were in the identity space maybe it can kind of take us through your origin story of how sahata jammed up brevin in what was a is a identity. Something that you chose or did it. Zeal the wild and intriguing story of submarines as in tons of activity. So i would say identity by any any means right started off in the. Us navy and the submarine fleet special projects undersea research and development work. Done on the jimmy carter at general dynamics electric boat any of your listeners. Have some free time and wanna look up some funny interesting very cool stuff going. Give it there. And then i Bounced around the federal space of veterans affairs. The postal service and ended up in finance at oppenheimer funds always A defender right in while at oppenheimer funds. This is about a little more than ten years ago..
Tellez HR, throw spark Brewers over Braves 2-1 in Game 1
"First baseman routed to less made an impact on offense and defense helping the brewers to a two to one win over the Braves to less broke about tense pitcher's duel by lifting a two run Homer off Braves starter Charlie Morton in the bottom of the seventh inning it snapped the scoreless game to let is also help stave off a Braves first inning threat started a rare first base to home plate double play it helped also to Braves rally with runners at the corners and nine out brief scored their lone run in the eighth on Jack Pearson's home run had something going in the nineties but brewer closer Josh Hayter stranded the tying run a third check Freeman Milwaukee
Braves, Brewers spurred to playoffs by bold midseason deals
"It'll be Milwaukee's all ball club against the current one is the Braves take on the brewers in the NL division series the brewers are trying to win Milwaukee's first World Series title since the Braves in nineteen fifty seven manager Craig Counsell team won the NL central with relative ease as the brewers reach the post season for the fourth consecutive year like everybody else we're excited can't wait to get on the field can't wait to get to the park tomorrow course there's nerves there's an nervous energy like everybody else the brave shook off a slow start to capture the NL east they are expected to start Charlie Morton in game one on Friday against brewers ace Corbin Burnes the two teams split their six game season series on the ferry
Ravens knock Broncos from unbeaten ranks with 23-7 rout
"The ravens were in control throughout in a twenty three to seven victory over Denver both teams are three and one when Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson so the Broncos committed to stopping the run he took advantage completing twenty two of thirty seven passes for three hundred sixteen yards and a touchdown watch the the alarm back is actually you know he really gave away how close they is on we had a lot of scrimmage the linebackers right behind the defence Alonso is like you know they want to stop Iran and watched a film over and over again but I would have to be when you type a passage dis P. calls and we did end up I have success the Broncos not only lost their first game in four starts but quarterback teddy Bridgewater didn't return after being evaluated for a concussion at halftime Bruce Morton Denver
Braves survive scary ninth inning, hold off Phillies 2-1
"Charlie Morton and Jorge Soler led the Braves to a two one win over the Phillies and a three and a half game lead over Philadelphia atop the NL east Morton struck out ten while limiting the Phils to three hits over seven shutout innings he allowed singles to his first two batters before working out of the jam and picking up his fourteenth win will Smith allowed a knife that he run before getting his thirty sixth save solaire delivered a two run single in the third off Zack Wheeler who entered the game three and with the one point one four ERA in four starts this month I'm Dave Ferrie
Belt homers twice, Giants top Rockies to boost NL West lead
"San Francisco took the lead in the fifth inning and never let go in the seventy two win over the Rockies thanks to the Dodgers losing at Arizona they now trail the giants by two full games San Francisco's big bopper was Brandon belt who went deep twice giving the giants two hundred thirty six homers on the year a franchise single season record built second home run a three run shot lifted San Francisco up for good at forty two the giants added three runs in the eighth and route to their major league leading one hundred first win of the year first Morton Denver
Giants top Rockies 7-2 for 100th win, hold onto NL West lead
"For home runs lifted San Francisco to a seven to two win over the Rockies with the victory the giants reach the one hundred when mark for the eighth time in franchise history manager Gabe Kapler we got to be on our game every single night it is a good good point should should reflect on what we accomplished and how many different players and staff people in your organization contributed to getting strapped up also because the Dodgers won an Arizona LA remains one game behind the National League west leaders the giants went in front for good in the sixth when Brandon belt broke up a two two tie with a solo Homer San Francisco scored four more in the seventh highlighted by a three run home run from like you Stransky Bruce Morton Denver
Hilliard, Cron lift Rockies past division-chasing Dodgers
"The Rockies racked up twelve hits more than enough for a ten to five thumping of the Dodgers because the giants won in San Diego L. A. falls two games behind first place San Francisco the Rockies took the lead for good at six five in the fifth on an RBI single by Trevor story really good at bats thanks that's I think that's huge for us and if we can string those of us gather in you know it's a heritage is a must own in the middle of the plate and lay off the ones that are you know incising but close I think that's you know that's kind of shows that come on the right track they tacked on four runs in the seventh the big blow a three run Homer from Sam Hilliard for the Dodgers it was only their second loss in eleven games first Morton Denver
Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West
"The Dodgers continue their torrid stretch run this after they went ten innings to defeat Colorado five four because first place San Francisco beat San Diego LA remains a game behind the giants for Los Angeles the game winning run came across on a single by pinch hitter Albert pull hoes who stood on first base and happily waved to fans you know you're not gonna have long enough to enjoying it so it was a big game right there you know and and then I just when the temperature the tribe is a good be sure your washer which is still about a whole host is big base hit came off loser Julie's just seen but when went to Kenley Jansen the save to LA Spezia the Dodgers have won nine of their last ten Bruce Morton Denver
Curt Casali's 2-Run Single Holds up, Giants Beat Braves 2-0
"The giants have won two straight against the Braves as Alex wood and six relievers combined on a five hitter to shot of Lana to nothing what has recovered from coated and made his first start since August twenty sixth he pitched three perfect innings with four strikeouts I went longer than we were planning to go you know I thought you knew your two is tunings was was the goal I really don't know what to expect I was gonna feel but I thought my stuff was sharp backup catcher Curt Casali drove in the game's only runs with a two run single in the fourth the Braves have lost four straight well the Phillies won four in a row sheeting and lan is lead in the National League east to one game over Philadelphia Charlie Morton took the loss he pitched five innings gave up four hits and two runs Riley Aung San Francisco
No. 5 Texas A&M Escapes With 10-7 Win Over Colorado
"A late touchdown lifted number six Texas a and M. past Colorado tend to seven trailing all afternoon the Aggies went up for good with two forty one remaining when on third and nine Zach calls either through eighteen yards to the end zone and into the appreciative hands of running back Isaiah Spiller had to make the catch users must place you know that's my job to do my job going out there every day doing the right things and you see results Calzada thought he had given a an and the lead earlier in the fourth when it appeared he scored on a thirteen yard keeper but that play was ruled a touchback when replays showed he fumbled before crossing the goal line Morton Denver
Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5
"Despite getting to town at one thirty AM after playing the previous night San Francisco woke up and belted four homers in a ten to five victory two of those long balls came off the bat of tyro Estrada manager Gabe Kapler both of them were were were crushing probably home runs in any ballpark including ours and obviously it's always nice to know for sure your course the other two home runs were solo shots from Derren rough and buster Posey both in the first inning off Colorado starter and loser Kyle Friedland Kevin Gusman went seven strong innings to get the win for a giants team that remains one game ahead of the Dodgers in the tight end L. west race Bruce Morton Denver
Braves Hit Four Homers in 9-2 Victory Over Rockies
"I see Arby's homered on the first pitcher Ryan Feltner his major league debut sparking the Braves nine two pounding of the Rockies the outcome keeps the Braves two games ahead of the Phillies with the Mets three and a half games back Braves manager Brian Snitker we needed and we need officers game which we got obviously Charlie just really really good I mean really good so that was a big win for Austin Riley Adam duvall and Travis d'arnaud also went deep for the Braves who earned a split of the four game series the Braves scored five times in the third off Feltner and three in the seventh off reliever holy and Fernandez Charlie Morton pitched seven strong innings allowing two runs on two hits in his thirteenth win I'm the ferry
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Of go through the go ahead kitty. My my hypothesis about that is the we've shifted towards because of the lack of connection so you think you would you agree we have. Yes and i've seen it took did you would you. Were you having that thought before. I said it to you about history. It's been a few months since put any thought into it. But i've i've heard more about it. People are calling narcissism. But it's not the same and trying to get people to understand how it's a little bit different and why that's what's coming out. That's really really interesting. 'cause i yeah so it doesn't surprise i can't quite read it. It's too small we. I'm gonna read the criteria really quick so we doing tagging Diagnostic criteria center of attention. Inappropriately seductive shallow rapidly shifting. Emotions is the thing i've seen. That's number one for me Preoccupied with physical attention dramatic impressionistic speech that lacks detail man. That's all now on so on exaggerated theatrical emotional expression that's on easily influenced by others. This is the thing that huge right. Now and in situations assumes relationships are more intimate than they are again. It's back to the. I think that's the tribal stuff. And that's the you know seeking we were talking about the lightning bolts Instructors with a Often elma self reporting inventory missy patients state of mind. Let me see more. There's something here was. Oh that that they. They tend towards delusion. -ality become delusional. I'm telling you. There is delusion all over the place these days which i had not seen before that caught my attention. I started seeing people saying things around like. That's delusional thinking. That's that's not. That's not real that everybody everybody's a nazi for instance and everybody. Everyone's a hitler and that's delusional. When people started talking about nazis. And hitler in two thousand five. I put them in the hospital for for frank delusion. -ality now that delusion sorta everywhere and i thought ooh that's a change and that's what got me starting to think about. That's what got me thinking about. Histrionic cova has really brought it to light. Or i don't know if it's like it created more histrionic traits right are narcissist in this situation. Prone histrionic i. I don't know if that work. I know yeah. I feel especially with like cancel culture. It feels very much like this like a delusional thinking. It's like you get enough people talking about it that it's like it's fact swept into it. They said in affected by others ideas rather than sitting and thinking about superficial. Doesn't think doesn't move and i i would argue. Maybe they really interesting thing to understand is whether or not. Let's say during the french revolution. The guillotine rob was there more histrionic stuff going on then we interesting because it feels like it feels like a historic would be more prone to scapegoating. Yeah and i think that's kind of part of that. I know people aren't going to like this phrase like the social justice warrior type of things online feel very history on it to make various people say like. Oh you virtue signaling. That's really history on behavior. Horr- act you. Somebody writing about this. Don't katie about this youtube please. Because i'll put his less because it does. It should come from psychologist not from a medical doctor. And i think i think it's something that people and please if you do it. Notify me and i'll tweet the shit out of it because i think it's something that people should be. It should be on their radar And you you got it you get it and we were both on the we are on the exact same page with this thing and both of us are way out in in speculation about it and yet we've experienced in a very particular way that's based in fact and and and we're we're both in a position to think about it from a place of knowledge and experience and so this is not a trivial matter. This needs to be sort of brought up a little bit. So i'll put it on the list and start talk if you could. I can't wait to see whatever you put pressure on the list. How how much. How big is your list. Oh top of your list of the top of there's damage. But but i'm also see i don't know how to treat history. I kind of knew how to treat narcissist because because all all all the drug addicts have nurses disorders or at least behave like that and But i'm not trying to treat histrionic so i'd be interested in that too of this something collectively we could do to kind of bring online. What we be healthy for history onic only treated a few history on patients in the over the years i think too that i can think of. Quitting and a it was based in trauma for to score which. I'm not surprised. So i wouldn't be surprised if it's Similar to trauma treatment. You know i know. There's a lot of shame and embarrassment that comes along with the lake meeting of attention over-centralised behavior and things like that. But but yeah all all dig into. I haven't talked about history personalities. In a long time i avoided it because i don't like histrionics i don't do well with them. And i and i find and i and i also don't like delusional paranoid thinking it. I hate it because it's not. You can't reason with do. It's just very upsetting. And so hispanics for me of always been something. It's probably why so uncomfortable in today's world..
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I mean a more intense trauma tends to bleed into traumatic reenactments very quickly. We'll get more more traumatized it can be. I think What i've found is mdr as well as somatic experiencing. I think there's a lot especially when we don't feel like it's it's not quote unquote deal on a big deal. Yeah it can get kind of held into our body and a lot of williams. Yeah yeah and so. I've heard from a lot of Patient even viewers recently. Because i've i'm a huge advocate. This is gonna sound silly but for a full body shake so if you feel overwhelmed he find yourself feeling really anxious shakeout like a dog from the bath from top your head to the bottom your feet just give us a full shake and you will be out of breath. That doesn't mean you're out of shape. It's just because you were sitting. You stood up. You shook and that releases for me. it releases. A lot of anxious worry. Thoughts aren't helpful. If i'm having an interesting sympathetic discharge fever and stuff it's interesting. Yeah and i find with my trauma patients. They'll report back it bringing up a lot of those experienced. Those feelings that that they had because like we said at the beginning we tend to like stuff it down or i already thought about it once. It's not a big deal but they didn't know what they were doing. Nobody's at falbo. And that can sometimes release a little bit of that obviously. That's not like a full treatment. Modality but i think it's a good a good release that we can all use from time to time and then traumatic enactment. What can we say about that. Because that's that's a mysterious process that humans engage in well. That's kind of the child on child sexual abuse. Why are they doing this thing with another child is they're trying to make sense of. It is really in a lot of ways. I think we do. I guess the best analogy your best comparator would be like. Why do i keep finding myself in this exact same relationship with different people doing the same thing. I i believe that that that is something that people don't think enough about. Which is that trauma sets up attraction that you are literally attracted like like tractor beam attracted to perpetrators and circumstances that are identical to the original trauma without being aware of it. In fact you'll even have the thought yourself. I can go safety with that guy. Because he's nothing like the perpetrators and yet if you're attracted. I guarantee it's a perpetrator yes. It's good to be uncomfortable. Yeah yeah yeah we always tell you. Tell people you know it should not be lightning bolt if you have a repetitive pattern of being attracted. Perpetrators are problematic relationships. That's lightning bolts every time. No you're perfect instrument. Your body's a perfect instrument of it hasn't been treated and it will always direct you back to these situations and you should think butterflies not lightning bolts. Yes it should be a slow grower at you. Slowly get to know each other in a very regular pace versus this like rush to jump in and it's so exciting. I've never been so in love with that over. The i think that's in a way that is part of the trauma reenactment. It's like we we're trying to our brain is doing. Its best to try to make sense of something that happened trying to process it through. If we don't have tools to do that we try to act it out again to try to make sense of it really. Do you agree. That's kind of how i i know. Psychologist almost always say that. I just think at some biological system that gets wired into the reward apparatus. I don't know why i can't figure. I can't figure out for an evolutionary perspective except there might be a canary in the coal mine component to it in terms of the rest of the population avoiding with that person is doing repetitively. You know what i mean. There might be something to be learned for the population while the while the individual also and check this out. This is my theory that particularly when it went there win. This is actually my more more significant when there is trauma during childhood. That's a sign that the environment is unstable and and that life expectancy may be short and so from an evolutionary standpoint. our genes wants to reproduce as quickly as possible. And so it you know sexual acting out as part of traumatic reenactment often and so i often young. And so it. It it motivates us in a fucked up way to go reproduce immediately to try to you know because we're not gonna live very long and so quick. Let's get something let's get our genes pushed forward. I think that's the evolutionary reason for this thing. Yeah i could see that. I mean again. We don't you know. We're kind of just hypothesizing. I well you you reason about evolutionary psychology. You can never evidence can never tested. That's what always always just a just so argument. I understand that. But it makes a- i can't think of any other reason why we would enact reenact like that. It just makes sense that you know unstable awful environment and by the way when you've been traumatized it injuries you and in fact. Your life expectancy get shorted and people. Borland presided sorta have a short life expectancy of their untreated. It's bad impulsive behavior. Very dangerous yeah and so the ever again. Got evolution doesn't care what it does the individual it cares about pushing the genes forward and so it makes sense to me that that would be the mechanism and i. I mean i've always kind of attached it that that makes us. I never thought about it. From that perspective. I decided attached to the It's like the fact that dysfunction is comfortable. It's right and that's what they're again. Every psychologists have spoken to always said that it's either mastery or comfort or both or one of one of those two sort of theories but that is to me. Also just so. It's yes that's a fact that is true and but that's not reason it's not it's not you know why that's not the way biolo- biology works. And so i'm a biologist. I'm always trying to think biologically. And that's why. I come to stuff psychology rome exactly. I totally get it full insight. I think that's right. I think it has. It has all these elements to it so okay so magritte akron. Zero people essentially repeat the patterns of the past. And those of you that had you know. Why do i keep attracting. The guy why is capital relationship. Every time it's you and you need to go to therapy. You can work that shit out really easily. That's the thing that astonishes me you don't have to suffer these reenactments therapy works very very very well. The disrupt some of this stuff does it. I know it's hard for people to get into it but like we said earlier. There's so many ways now to make it easier cheaper more accessible so back to my comment about the personality shifts so we've been talking about trauma which is associated with something. We call narcissistic injuries. It's associated with what are called cluster b personality. We've been talking about borderline and narcissistic antisocial and sociopath and opposition defines to some degree. All these things sort of figure in to the results of trauma sometimes not all the time but there common themes in in trauma there's another disorder personality trait and again this different disorders and traits. We're really talking about traits now really more than disorder 'cause disorders don't really change. That much betrays can change a lot And there's another cluster. B personality that i never used a see i saw it very rarely the histrionic disorder and i feel like we've moved into that during covert like. We've all if you look at the criteria for histrionic. We as a group is a a population are starting to meet every criteria. And i'm wondering if i'm onto something and is that is this a situational thing that's going to pass or are we seeing another shift much like we had the narcissistic shift. I hope it will put it could up the criteria for histrionic personality up on on the board..
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And more. Now yeah yeah depression trauma or and i think the way i was approached. These things people always ask like. What are your thoughts about you know. Cbd marijuana suicide in all different treatments. I always tell people you know as long as it's done responsibly. With someone who has has the knowledge to administer it properly. And you're doing it safely. I'm all for it if it's going to help one person it's worth it and i think that we've had such a like a tricky time figuring out how to treat certain people and certain mental illnesses glad that we're opening things up to more more options. Yup rick darwin episode four eighty two. However i would point out. I can't think of any circumstance where any of these things we're talking about our first line therapies they. Are you have to step through things before you get to a point where you wanna try these other things because they get riskier and riskier as you go along So there we are treatment Now one of the things you see. I'm writing notes to myself but we did lose Maybe wanna talk a little bit about traumatic reenactments but before we do you make a point of talking about social media the book how it can positively and negatively affect us. I wanna give you a few minutes. Tell me about that. yeah. I think a lot of times. The connectivity of social media can be great right. It's allowed me to meet wonderful people to be able to create communities to find out that you're not alone in your way of thinking or the senior struggling with it's a beautiful thing however isn't when that doesn't and one way that i believe it's attached to trauma is the fact that people can live stream. Horrific max violence and we've seen that in the past few years. And even i mean recently with different things going on in our world weather it's riots in your city or someone shooting up a different battle whether it's a theater or a church or a supermarket or whatever We've had a lot of events that people have livestream. I remember in particular watching this woman driving under the influence with her sister in the car and getting into horrific accident and it killed her sister and this was livestream. So the the point that i really make in the book as that we really need to protect ourselves with who we follow and what we consume and i think so often we kind of just put it on cruise control and go through the internet. Whatever social media platform were on and we allow ourselves to digest a bunch of potentially harmful information. And so i i think especially for parents but also for adults generally know us as people need to be more aware of what we're giving ourselves access to online because it can be something that could be really harmful and hurtful. Yeah so you you in the book have some tools on how to manage all. This can give us a little hint with what some of those are. The first step is kind of what i referenced. A little bit is just taking stock. You're following and then i address like ways that you commute in block people and how that's important it's an important healthy boundary like how boundaries now aren't just in our relationships in person they're also in relationships online and just even noticing so one is just taking stock or clear following in how you feel about it in the noticing how you feel before and after checking things online so like is twitter maybe not a safe place for you because when i get off feel super anxious and overwhelmed maybe i should take a take a break from that platform in your youtube channel. Do you talk about these kinds of things. Yeah all the time. Are you like regular on there. yeah. I re- i post videos on my main channel every monday and it's just a different mental health topic. There's no weird questions like right now. I'm working on a video about child on child sexual abuse. Because i don't think people talk enough about that very common. It is super common And then every thursday over on my podcast channel. I release a podcast. Ask katie anything right. go through questions from audience is about ten that i answer. Witless talk about challenge. Xp sanctuaries for a second this always jumps out of me first of all it's always an adult the texture abuse a child and then that child out another children. That's how that happens. People wonder how that happens. That's how that happens Sometimes even within family systems the ch- the victim of child sexual abuse often has difficulty seeing it as sexual abuse when it is sexual abuse And maybe address that a little bit because it it. It's not as adult. It's not as you know sort of laden with adult sexuality but is equally as problematic for the child that is exposed to it. Yes one hundred percent and that invalidation or that. Minimum minimization of what happened is what they struggle with. Most is what. I've heard from my audience members because when it happens from an adult obviously we can prosecute that adult inequality law and you feel like that was wrong. I'm the child you know. I can't consent all of the things that we tell people right but when it comes to child on child it's like well. They were abused to and they're just doing this because they don't understand that's right. There's this because they're so young there can be like well they don't they're not at fault either. So who's at fault even usually go it just playing doctor. It's just normal stuff as i. No no no. It's not normal. He with a non sexual abuse. Child will not go there. Inserting things touching things If that's happened to you that is big t. Trauma agreed agreed because children are curious about the body. But or like what's that how come that's there. There's no nothing directed about it. Nothing don't understand right if you think about. You don't know what you don't know as a kid you don't understand sex sexual acts. No there'd be no way to conceive of sexuality. They're just conceiving of anatomical variation than looking wondering about that and differences among people when it becomes no boundary people touching or directed in some way anyway something being inserted some mouse. Whatever no no no no. That's not playing doctor. That is big t. trauma and if you wonder why you're having some issues now they can go right back to that do. Do you find that those challenge. I find that the child sector challenge sex abuse is a little less profound in its effects typically but it always has effects and so i'm wondering is if emc ours is particularly good for that because it's such a it's tends to be somewhat little more contained while big trauma gets you know..
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Lot of times you'll see a lot of overlap with things like borderline and stuff like that so a quick note about dissociation Have you noticed that people that have a lot of associative experiences in childhood start to use dissociation as a defence strategy like kept like like every intense emotion trigger some sort of defense some sorta social strategy either. It's a somatoform dissociation. I can't really. I have alexa thiamine. I can't really feel my feelings or literally. I'm sort of checked out. In the moment. he can many different. Sort of protean manifestations right when one hundred percent a lot of my patients even will have told me they like it. They associated regular coping skills. Yeah and then some cut themselves to bring themselves back so they go out. They got to come back. Yeah yeah because we don't know other again. It's like going back to that resilience if we don't have a way to acknowledge what we're feeling ensues right again. It's self soothing. So key finding ways to kinda calmer system down. we don't have that knowledge or wherewithal. We find other ways in self injury is very calm. And that's one of my biggest frustrations with the. Dsm is because self injury falls only under the diagnosis of borderline and they do have in areas needing further study like non suicidal self injury. And i wish they would move that into an actual diagnosis because so often. I have patients especially with trauma in their past that. I don't believe meet all the criteria for borderline personality disorder because there's no attachment visual fear of abandonment. It's more just soothing And there's no diagnosis that really fits. It's almost oftentimes. I think of it almost cutting disorder much we have substance use disorders. Yeah i'm just using cutting example because the common thing although you seeing less cutting now i feel like i'm seeing a little less of it. It has some down. I wouldn't say it's necessarily gonna know notes dot com. But i feel like for whatever is not making a judgment or or even a construct. I've just noticed that as gender issues have gone up cutting has gone down and never thought of it in that direct correlation. But i would say that even online i hear less and less chatter about it which is usually a good indication of kind of what's happening. You know under under our thin veneer of what we think is going on like. I don't hear anybody talking about as much. I definitely saw like big surge of it. Maybe five years ago it comes in waves and then finally you see you mentioned. Ptsd complex ptsd in what we can do to treat it. Yes in the treatment. The thing that was kind of interesting speaking. I'm glad you brought up. Vander kokin body keeps. The score is a wonderful book cannot encourage people enough to read that book. It's super helpful. They talk about how when we're treating trauma the way. I was trained as actually talk therapy. That was like the golden standard. You put your trauma into a like trauma timeline. Meaning let's say we have repeated. traumas do remember. This happened at seven than i remember going to. I don't know changing schools. And this was this time. And you know you try to put it into kind of a time in what we call it. A narrative form like a story. And you talk it through and you're supposed to talk it through so many times that it doesn't have any emotional charge attached to it meaning. That doesn't cause us to dissociate or flashbacks or any of that. Were kind of quote unquote. Okay with it however we find for about sixty percent of people that's not enough and so in the book i dig into all the other treatment. Modalities everything from what we're talking about like peter levin and The somatic experiencing where we like move our body to release that stress response that energy that was tied up in the trauma. We do things to release that. There's also things like. Em dr which is stands for. I'm movement desensitization reprocessing which is just a fancy term for making is go left to right my sleep giving your brain another chance And then even digging into some of the newer in maybe talked about things like vegas nerve stimulation treatment has it's been beneficial really beneficial for one of my patients in particular who is struggling with trauma based symptoms while as intense suicide alley and then a newer one. But it's it's a treatment that's been out for a long time but not for trauma is stella ganglion block. That's interesting Well i know that we've been using stellar. A ganglion and other sympathetic ganglion blockades for hyper Madressas hands and there's a whole army of people out there with all kinds of funny symptoms afterwards so it doesn't surprise me. They would have some therapeutic value. Yeah they find that when it blocks that nerve that cluster of nerves rather it the flashbacks lesson and the hyper vigilance lessons interesting. It's really interesting. Yeah i i mean i'm not a neurologist so you know obviously if this is something you're interested in be assessed and treated by proper proper practitioner. But it's very fascinating to me because we do know our body brainer so closely linked to think that only talking it out is the only way to fix it is just you know it's not correct. And there's a burgeoning new area of hallucinogen research. Yes i have a friend in the silla. Sivan research sivan and then there were some very good published literature again. We interviewed The head of a maps now that one and just as he was about to publish the A and therapy and showed some results with Again complex cps pse from military action. Gary what numbers that habit again. The computer's not responding. It's rick dobelin. I'm just trying to pull up the number here for number okay quite a bit about blood. Sugar i'm not talking. Strictly about.
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"What we do is a tuning our bodies to the patient but you can have a lot of that through zoom. I imagine you can't do it for long like indefinitely. You know to get to certain if the patient is certain. Needs at least but you know i've done it seems i've seen it senior like i feel that way and i was never a big huge advocate for length there because like you said a lot of that is being in tune anything. That's there's a huge i specialize in eating disorders and self injury work. That's like a lot of what my practice has always been. And there's a lot of that that. I need to see a need to be in the room with you to be able to tell especially functionality. To write are showering are able to get dressed. If i'm only seeing you know the top of you. You could be disheveled on. I wouldn't fully no. And i think that there are some things that are missed but there is also to your point so much work that can be done online in zoom meetings or whatever so these traumas can be experienced as something. That's called narcissistic injuries. And i'm personally of the opinion that the traumas is the reason we've had such a narcissistic turn And i wanna talk about multiple things going forward. You wanna talk about the impact. The social media has on that Both both are personality. Functioning and our symptom apologies most particularly. Ptsd so talk a little bit first about and of course no and ask you is do you think we've had a turnoff narcissism torch histrionic in recent months. But i'll let's get to that in a minute before you think about it. I want you to talk about. Ptsd in why that's important as as as a something related to trauma not everyone that's traumas. Ptsd but your book is about fouled. ptsd So talk a little bit about the importance of that. Yeah so. I think resilience okay. So let's get into a little bit about the fact that we can all like you know you drew an i can be in the same situation. Let's say we grew up together right and we had the same abuse we sustained however you might go on to be fine right. Essentially we have no symptoms of ptsd. There's no irritability. Don't find yourself avoiding the things that remind you of the trauma and then i am like completely unable to function in my life due to my intense. Ptsd symptoms but we came from the same experience and a lot of people especially siblings will say like why am i. Struggling so much in my other siblings are fine. You know the real term that we use for that is just good. Old-fashioned resilience and resilience is our ability to whether life storms. And be okay. And unfortunately we're kind of just born with different levels. I say people think of resilience i. I don't think of that so much as a psychological process. I think that has a constitutional power. Central nervous system is set up. Some people are dandelions and some people are orchids. Yes one hundred percent and people are just more like i'd even use my sister-in-law's a good example. She is just really good at creating a support system. She is constantly seeking people who really get her that connection. We're talking about with the. You know the paulie bagel theory and how important that is for us. She's always looking for things to do that in making time for it without realizing. I don't even know if it's necessarily book about her. The bottle that you know what i mean. It could really help people press. How how is it that she's always done. Yeah but some of us are just more predisposed to be that way in the same way we could be predisposed to have more symptoms of yesterday right to have lower resilience and so there are ways that we can generate resilience. Don't think if you were born as an orchid that you can never become more like a dandelion but it just takes more effort in that you know kind of like the self care things that we do the acknowledgement of some of your false thoughts and challenging them versus letting them spin in. Live free in your head on talk a lot about how important our thoughts are because they really run our life you know and so all the way back to your question. We can be traumatized yet. Our level of resilience is such that we don't come out of that trauma with ptsd symptoms. And that's just kind of. That's i think it's the second chapter get into like. How do i know if. I've been traumatized because i think it's important for people to know if they've been in a traumatizing situation and then dig into what's ptsd conflicts state. And how do we diagnose treat that want to give a little primer on. All three of those people are interested in that. Pdf see complex treatment. Ptsd is is the only thing that we have a. It's only diagnosed people because of the ict ten in the dsm. Which all you need to know about those. Those are just diagnostic manuals. We use essentially to give us some kind of guidance and framework in a lot of china's just for insurance purposes so don't be very diagnoses are so we can study so so diagnoses should have a common biology and a common evolutionary source environmental triggers and a common biology and as such. You can group them together and you can charge for it. Insurance is one thing that you can study it and yeah if you if you study the this one biological group and you find a particular treatment that works for that group then you can start to predict that given that biology. I can use this treatment and it's likely to work. And if i'm not if i can't confirm that biology i really maybe not shouldn't be applying said treatment because a lot of people try this. Try that we shouldn't be doing that. We should be trying to come up with provisional theory about what the biology is and what the psychology is then apply the treatment and then we can also prognosticate based on that groupings. It's really the purpose of diagnosis. So great in many ways people can feel like it's kind of limiting or mistake. We're talking about you know studying pneumococcal pneumonia. That's a particular cause of agents a particular biology as a particular set of treatments which sponsor that doesn't mean that we look at that person as pneumococcal pneumonia. It's it's a person with a disease and it so it sort of helps us address the disease but it is not turning them into the disease per se. Yes one hundred percent so when it comes to. Ptsd that's the best the diagnoses that we would have to offer to a person with symptoms. Light run Extreme irritability avoidance of the things that remind them of the trauma flashbacks dissociation. Which if you're not familiar with what dissociation is. It's it's really when our system becomes overwhelmed. I call it like our brain pulling the ripcord. It's like i'm outta here in it. Removes us from self or environment in order to really allow us to continue its mechanism and so those symptoms are what we would call. Ptsd and that's how we will diagnose it. Now if we have had repeated traumas in her life where let's say you know. Our childhood was rife with physical abuse and we felt like that was happening constantly in then we grew up. We got into maybe a violent relationship and then maybe we're a car crash. People who have these repeated traumas can show signs of what you call complex. Ptsd or cpt ptsd. Which really. I would argue as like. Ptsd with another layer of emotional dysregulation and issues in intense issues in our relationships as results and are functioning overall so it's sorta has a personality overly kind of thing..
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"You looked at their list in the book. Actually the questionnaire rate because most people have no idea about at least a third of the things on the list that they are actually are deemed adverse childhood experiences divorce apparent with addiction. A domestic abuse and designate us a broad category. Your parents yell at each other's domestic abuse A family member in prison. Join need three of these. And you're in trouble right and that these are common things and i think the important thing one of my good friend and colleague of mine. Dr lex altman. She's a psychologist and trump specialist. She talks about. They should call the big tease little t tons and in unfortunately in society for years. We've thought of it only as big teeth right. I mean you could track. Ptsd back to being called. Shell shock you know men returning from war and not being the same and how we think of it as like these big accidents big things that happened to us in. Yes that can cause us to struggle with symptoms of ptsd however we can also had these little traumas and that's not to minimize either. I don't want anybody to think. Just 'cause we're calling the little tease that they're not you know burdensome or painful but those little t. traumas can be things like i had to move a lot as a kid i You know my parents got a divorce in that. Was my whole life was kind of up in people I was bullied. Or you know I don't know there could be any number of things that we go through that we don't consider in you know i don't know. Regular conversation is being a trauma but it most definitely is and the way the brain works is it works very hard to put it away and so the the trauma victim often will say. I don't think about anymore i've dealt with. It doesn't bother me anymore. No it had an effect on your brain body system. The thought the youth. It's not that you're having explicit memories about it or it's top of mind it's affecting your nervous system to this day andrew relationships oh one hundred percent especially because if we stuff down you know. I don't have any problems anymore. Already dealt with it. I thought about it once how. How what percentage of time do patients with trauma say those words. One hundred percent hundred percent one hundred percent of the time. So if you're out there going. I'd have to worry about it. I think it might want the one hundred percent of trauma. Patients who need work say that so all the minimizing invalidating language. One hundred percent of the doesn't bad worse than i needed. It was disciplined for me. It helped me. Bya your multiple times. Now i'm at fault bro. Oh my god it's are so crazy. I mean we are so funny as humans. What i'm saying it's the third way to survive our best to try to make sense of things that don't make sense. Yes why would a parent harm their child. They wouldn't but it happens. I went through. I lived through a bunch of verbal abuse. And i was a kid and i a lot of therapy and blah blah blah and i have no resentments or feelings about it any longer however i am left with one feeling which is sort of a disrespect of the perpetrator. It's like you. You just don't do that. Don't do that what what's wrong with you the kids give me a break so i don't feel resentful or angry. They just sort of disdain like come on can having your own children kind of exacerbates out a little bit. It did it kind of sent me into therapy. I suspect as usual. You know when you have kids your stuff comes out or up and but but it we had a bunch of other stuff we were dealing with the sent me and i think to therapy earlier than i would have gone. We one of our kids needed brain surgery when he was one and my anxiety. Level's just went through the roof and my in my My work hall ism went preserved and my wife called me one day. I'll never forget the phone call. And she goes unions arabists. I come on now. And i'd already is working in the psychiatric setting full-time and i was already starting to think about. I need to clean my own shit up. Make sure this out of getting in the way of what i'm doing with patients and i gave her that back. I'm a yeah. Oh yeah. I knew she goes listen to me like i'm serious now. Usually here at a chilling was. Like oh i hear you don. I'm calling right now News really interesting when you really talk directly to somebody. It's incredible incredibly motivated. Because he's just like here sees somebody you need to like. I can't even reproduce it. It was so serious. Like let's go and i did. I called that moment with the phone down. I called for referral three days later in the therapist office and stay there for eleven years and Had a really great experience. Yeah it's interesting. How much we put off going to therapy. I think it's like anything right taking those extra steps to make an appointment or figuring out what we're going to talk about and now you can go online with stuff we have learned. German system is so the barriers are so much lower their less expensive. Come on now. let's do this. Yes that's a silver lining to cova to be honest that i can't tell you how many my colleagues were so resistant to it doesn't it doesn't seem like it would work because so much..
"morton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"We have a dr drew. Tv streaming shows there and they've been really interesting lately there's All of them are up. You can take a look at them and some interesting interesting stuff. Justice scott adams yesterday in fact or last week rather and yeah and we are also of course at your mom's house with after dark and check out the instagram. Dr drew pinski. Dr pinski and Spend time on tig talk yesterday during a live. take talk which. I tried to do on a regular basis. I'm way behind and actually producing talks. But i'll try to get that as well as just plain old at dr drew today. Katie moore morton is with me. The book is traumatized. Identify understanding cope with ptsd in emotional stress traumatize katie. There could be no more relevant topic than that humble opinion especially after the year year and a half two years we have. I feel like forever right. I sure you could have written the book before that. But the sort of stressors of the moment have i re traumatized or add to the trauma symptoms. I'm sure for many. Yeah especially and. I'm sure you've you've heard like relapse. Rates are up for those who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. Because you know we're for lack of a better term totally triggered by this last year. I neglected to mention. You can follow katie on twitter at katie. Kfi morton and it's at katie morton. One is their website katie. Yeah it's just morton dot com perfect Katie's a clinical psychologist each other for a long time and particularly his book. I'm very very interested in. I just read a book with my daughter called. It doesn't have to be awkward about about Relationships and Consent which is kind of interesting in the in the shadow or aftermath of all this. Talk about governor cuomo's inability to understand what consent is consent but okay But trauma i had my trauma and There's actually a word world of traumatology. There's actually international society of traumatologist alley vessel best. Best coke is sort of leading score and peter levin the waking the tiger. There's so much great stuff out there. People should be aware of your book of course falls in line with that literature but this has been going on for a long time that childhood trauma. We're childhood trauma primarily. Yes yeah this. What trauma is and how to identify. Who should be thinking about this. I think probably the broadest definition for trauma is anything that happens in her life that makes us fear for our safety or the safety of someone else and it is overwhelming to our system so much so that we are unable to process. In the moment. I tell people to think about feelings of powerlessness and helplessness. That that's that's the sign that you're in one of those moments and we want to talk about what happens to people when they're in a dramatic situation terms of their brain and psychology. Yes of course For people who don't know when when you are overwhelmed when our nervous system is overwhelmed it pushes us into what's called her stress response or what we usually call fight flight. And dr peter. Levin is a great example of the reason that we talk about fight flight freeze because when our body goes into the stress response readiness to take action right. Can i can fight this threat to my system or may safety or can i run away and it was his belief that when we can't do either of those which happens a lot more children right because we're not strong enough or fast enough. We can feel trapped. We go into that free state like play dead kind of situation. It is his belief and research obviously proves it that in the free state is is one of the ways. Ptsd in those symptoms are born because of that helpless. Like i like you said hopeless. Helpless feeling is is definitely what causes us to be traumatized. And there's actually a name for that neurologically it's called jacksonian. Disillusion where we see brains. Don't evolve into different systems. We sort of add stuff on top and we go from this fight or flight response. That is a fairly evolved. Mammalian thing to a deeper mechanism. That's in our brainstorm mediated by the vegas nerve we did. How many interviews a steven porges at least two or three probably theory. We he's going to give us the number of those those interviews and he talks about the political theory. How how the pro. Social emotional exchange system of the vegas nerve becomes not functioning when the free state sixty three and ninety. The buzz episodes sixty three ninety and then Alan shore is a nice cohort with all this. Maybe altro was earlier even where he's talking about again the biology of trauma go ahead. K- here comes episode. I see gary work in a way. They're not coming up as fast. I want to episode ten overweight. Now it's just not coming up fast. I want you sec all right. So so there's a lot of this. Biology be worked out in my experience. One of the big issues that happens as a result of the pain of having this powerlessness And the sort of experience of shattering emotional regulatory systems is it makes young people. Not trust closeness and closeness is where would episode sixty five sixty five for sure Closeness is where everything happens with you and so to talk about that a little bit and how you get people through that connection. I mean we're wired for connection from birth right. I don't think enough people recognize. Even just the the fact if you talk about the vegas nerve like sucking and swallowing to be fed as a child like off of a bottle or being breastfed or whatever as we're sucking and swallowing that vegas nervous being stimulated and we feel soothed and connected and that is so vital to our growth as human and healing human feeling cared for and so if we've been raising environment where maybe no one came when we cried right or maybe there was abuse in a household so we came to instead of getting that connection in that security that self soothing in soothing by being cared for we were hurt or harmed or or you know exploited in some fashion. And so it can. We can get to a point in her life. Where closeness or connection actually feels dangerous. Something i find really fascinating about trauma and dealing with my patients and my viewers even with ptsd. They've let me know that. Sure certain situations in life can be triggering an overwhelming but also feeling safe. The word safe or trying to come up with a safe place is too scary. Because we don't even know what that looks like what was supposed to be deemed as quote unquote. Safe was not right. Trauma happens that safe place. That's where the expect trauma because it feel vulnerable right. We let our guard down and a lot of times for those out there. Then thinking will what am i supposed to try to do. I always tell my patients. we're looking for neutrality. Like maybe it's the sound silly but sometimes it you can be as calm you know. Oh okay just putting the dishes away or folding laundry. Repetitive tasks can be really soothing door system without having to feel safe and then therefore vulnerable right. How does somebody identify if they have issues with trauma they were. What in the book helps us with that. Let's say there's a ton of different questions. I pose to the reader so they can kind of assess their own. Talk about the aces. I don't know if anybody is familiar with the study but it was a it was a huge shift in how we think and talk about childhood trauma. It was when the medical community finally acknowledging that this affects everything. And i think. What's what still isn't emphasized enough in the ace. Ace stands for adverse childhood experiences and it was as a so-called famous study in the late nineties at kaiser And the the what's not emphasize. What's on the list of aces..
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"Morton edgy mel dot com. And you know if they know you pam you you pick up the phone and give me a call you know. And so that that's that's networking right and isn't that working really is a matter of the clients. That place on different shows different magazines and things like that is because either one of them went to school with them by class entity jay which is associated by journalists. I met them there. So it's a lot of different ways where your networking. But they have to know what they're about they have no what i'm about right right right. They have to have a good legitimate concrete yet. Isn't this or you know. Be an expert in their field. Or you just can't come on willy. Nilly you're absolutely right. It s one of the things so talk about the media training that you do you do a little bit of media training and you do a little bit of helping people with their brands. So give us some ideas if someone were to go to morton media dot. Tv immortality me. Yeah you know they. Abbas s saw that it was that com that You help them in terms of one that branding and explain to them why or explain to them in terms of media. Coaching or training what. They what a person needs to do not to today. So for a lot of years. I worked with Different companies like comcast And i produce commercials for them for their clients their clients who wanted to get more exposure in the in the media and be on huge networks like cnn or fox or msnbc or owner bt like there's over fifty networks that you know of course air commercials and even when you're streaming Shows on netflix. Or hulu or something they stop for the ads. And so my company morton media tv dot com was producing commercials for these clients and a lot of them didn't know what to do how to present themselves because many of them want it to be in their own commercial. They didn't want to either hire an actor or actress They wanted the audience to see them as the face. Their business but a lot of them didn't really you know they say for instance. I did commercials for dentists. And you know. They're not accustomed to being on television. So a lotta times. I'd have to throw in a little training session you know. How do you speak. how do you come across. How do you enunciate. How should you look into the camera. How not to be intimidated once. Wear you know Sometimes i'd have a hair makeup person on set for the women for the ladies on because a lotta times. They didn't know how to do their hair and makeup. So that that goes to the media training you know how to present yourself in any situation on stage in front of a lot of people are shy and so on television. When i first went on television. I realized there were millions of people watching And so it took me a couple of times to get over the nerves And so i teach people you know what to do to get past those nerves. Once they get on television. I show them how to get on television or how to get their business on tv. How to Get on those major networks for commercials And so that's that's the media training part. It was the second part of your questions. So you talk about branding..
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"morton" Discussed on First Match
"A good your nieces. And that old son of a bitch don't have a clue what you just did it. Say That was. And after that I started getting a little bit more pushing. Because I understood the business. And I understood Jerry Jerry. That's Jerry over Jerry was a big seller. IMMA Togo Yamamoto was partners so he sowed and gave toe Joe the Hotak. But so great but kitty, wind. At a great match lithium. It was so cool and then what do a lot of different partners? In my Daddy Toby is years ago my dad and my dad was smart gun GonNa. Tell, me Ricky tag team wrestling is what's really going to be big. So I started a tag with a guy named Sonny. Team. And then I tied with Eddie Gilbert dinner teamed up with. Kim Lucas and. If people. Ask me a lot of times ricky. Morton, you're the greatest baby face ever not business not tell them. No Can Lucas was accorded by saints in our business. Yoga's is GonNa be good chance to see him. He was my mentor a loved to be added far. You had a sale. At that time you know he was getting those rows at young kid. On processing, we selling given him the hot eggs. had. The opportunity to work with some of the greatest work. Tally Blanchard Gino Dandies. You know the grapplers Don Carson. All these guys that you know that pay debt road from me. That one Jerry lawler put Robert not. It just clicked instantly. That that magic was there you can be. That magic. was. Made because Robert the bid tag team partners with his brother. Ricky Gibson for soul. His Co. greer that we tagged up. Great. Staying in that. That electricity. was there. I just went back and talking about some of those earlier matches I was looking at I want to say. I think it was the scaffold match with you and midnight in Houston and you talk about the way crowds reacting again I just got goosebumps right now just just even thinking about watching this match again because. You guys just walking to the ring. The pop in that crowd, the was deafening to me just to watch on my computer yesterday and just go holy..
"morton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Don't speak for other Ma fuckers because you don't know what they put up. So you asking PJ Morton and moon five don't play the Super Bowl. You don't know what this man is doing with his Super Bowl jet. You don't know how many other people support. Revolution thought I'll tell you. Another Revolution Bank account. My thing is you can't liberate Titian partition. All the players petition all the players to not play, and then we don't. Have a super bowl, but again it goes back to my point of NFL is worse than crack is an addiction who is going to do that? Those guys! Those guys are doing their names. And they get paid in higher three. Lease, so that too. It's like the injuries to pay and the NFL versus the. MLB in the fucking. An MBA is just totally game. The money game is different. No, it is not pursue. The treatment is different. I mean NBA. If you get hurt, you're going to sit on a bench and still collect I get that part, but sometimes that's when I heard somebody talk about it and they talk about the injuries. Even I think Boy From Oakland but but when he was like. This is my shot to take care of my family and. Do that. How do you fight that how? You can't tell you how you do it? You blame around five and say..
"morton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Of. I think what's everybody including tipsy? What does the JJ right? He was the CIA like they keep a high score. I guess the point is named Reyes ballers throw. It wasn't a it was based on. It was based on when the last dollar would drop to the floor. They were stopped the climate both right and after a while. What's his name Chris? Robinson took me and I said I said they're not they're not you still doing al Qaeda's videos and whatever but at one point I was like wait a minute. Why don't I get the feeling that they're not even paying attention to but they're not like they're not here to trick off of the women whatever their here basically to let each other know my stronger than yours? At the time I was there. It was chuck. I guess. It was a Verses and I forget who it some football player whatever. There was a bank in the basement a bank. I wasn't magic city but it was like whatever is whatever was popping in two thousand and five other one. I remember that I think that was the first one making certificate getting certificates of deposits outdoor right. No it was. It was just like players club like some investments. Like some they gave them they gave them whatever and then they came. They will back a big ass a wheelbarrow of late twenties. So here's the thing so. Ai Through his his his joins upright they fell down. One of those twenties stuck lands right between my adult after ABC. Swear to God. I literally the the guard stopped me. Yeah he's good for you because at her money Dubai it. Was You know slippery? A cheesecake factory is like with all the oil in the ground. Why are you laughing ever walked in cheesecake factory? Only with you it is not. I think that look. Listen is if you listen now. Dick Please verify this this conversation. That was deep down. I'm telling you cheesecake factory's have. The slippery is marble for the collection of Greece the collective Greece on the floor. It's like ice skating. It's a lawsuit waiting to happen and don't go onto that thick asks menu spot anyway. She's given you. You can't get out of there with nothing. Less than two thousand calories put out like was in the dot net e kkw. It's not that book and they would just like basically like never eat here. This is all the fighting back to it because abby finished you done this is a huge right and this rabbi over. I hear the point point was that point. Was that half hour after making it rain. It's just literally just twenty on ground and I'm sweat would then just like the players club movie like someone presses a green button and then all of a sudden like twenty people come up with with Brooms brooms in dust. Pans and garbage bags and put the money inside. So then how do they? How do they determine who gets the twenties like? How did it's a trust system? There's one club that I know of. In which the owner actually pays them. I think they're system is more like a Contract is a contract. Gotcha Gotcha and there's a pre-arranged thing so light. None of the minimum K. So that was a major apple. Might be the most random rabbit hole history limerick cheesecake. Louis Learn. Look that up on Google people asking question but the Joe Not that cheesecake factory has be slippery as floor ever like I would you? You Really WanNa cake off a petty lawsuit. How'd you know what I was thinking about doing this weekend?.
"morton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Nigga If you could get one catch you could do. He got his white saying. If you do hiccup but like but like central. We had a reputation for just being just cool. And like we was just niggers. There's so like all the chicks they like they used to do. We just didn't care so we go to Carolina like you know we like me coin food and they're good cafeteria right different country representative shit when you go to the White House. I mean you know. I'm wearing the same thing I friends that went to. Gw A friend went to pits around California and that life was just opened. My house like moved in over there. He was living with a girl in house heap. Those the dorm Aaron House Damned Nigger. Ubs You know what man about this pre Instagram Prix fixe? Oh Yeah Ain't no tracking your moves man that all day but I would not be. I would not treat my black college. No way was so good and if you got caught with. This was the rumor if you got caught leaving. Spelman campus too late. They the security had rubber bullets. So you would have to run like it was Vietnam. Never experienced it but that was the. That was the folkloric tricks. On pedestals sue but it was always fallen off still better yet. S. Two fine now been. It was like that too well. They've saved been at college in in Greensboro. I grew up down the street from Bennett and it was the same thing. Like if you saw Bennett Girl. The gate locked at a certain time. And you gotTA GET BACK. GotTa get any time today here. Kudo I like clunker. Also because they were used the guys being around right. We didn't get to in Ukraine. They were always a little more chill all right so now I always wanted to know this question because for from an outsider's point of view Especially going to Atlanta a lot in the nineties and which Budi clubs were like. Yeah you know it was the thing to do right but I also know that. There's a certain amount of balling you have to do in order to do that but on a house the college level like. How's that possible like? Whoa IN DIFFERENT WORLD. They Rich Fuck Amir like transferred from Morgan State Right. I'm telling you right now when I walked on campus I was like what and be fucked freshman with BMW's and benzes and Shit like you saying that he had twenty thousand people in the congregation was broken in at more like. Why was a musician already so I was working myself so I did all right okay. We're big on strip I was trying to. I was in nerd in the sense Attamimi. I'm just saying that the things that I know. Atlanta FOUR IS FALSELY. Call halters concern. I meant I kind of think that in order to really experience the Atlanta. Yeah that's always showing me and TV and movies and videos you. We've got an. I'm being very I'm trying to be as now. Why related goals? I can't solve those guys..
"morton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Five's potato salad gumbo hat wearing the mustard. Greens too. Yeah I say I'm the only marrone in Morosi so my dad's to say. Has Anyone Ever said that on my dad that when they said okay? Yeah yeah that was No income from leasing gentleman. Please welcome for the show and apparently Lover this show our first one morton birds. I talked to Talked to Greg Villain gains today okay and it was because of the show that I knew you know his history and he was from stevie school and doing something with them and I was like he was playing. I began while I was on the phone my song and he was saying. I told him I went to the school indirectly. He went to the real stevie school yet. That was this show connected me. Yeah like that that Greg episode is probably I mean we we all hold the Jimmy Jam episode in highlight. But I'll say that be greg episodes. Probably my second favorite. Yeah it was a lot lot show of our. Yeah it's educational. He got great energy. His energy is crazy. Just great natural energy so we gotta ask having won that Grammy. And that's your first grand my first yeah. You don't come well. Yeah this is funny. I actually didn't. I thought I WANNA grammy performance instead of song. No I wrote on India Res Out my first major placement was when I was at Morehouse and she won best rb album and for years. I thought because I wrote and produced on that album man that I was a Grammy Award winner and it wasn't until I became a governor of the Memphis chapter and I was writing. Thank you that they were like. You know you have in actually. Yeah and this is my first trophy. You know. But I didn't even know that night. I learned that way I learned in front of a already city musical. Oh No are you so you remember the night when older you got on stage and tanks for the children the sway bomb Bob Dylan night. There was all the same and Aretha Franklin taken over for property rights. Forty-five minutes crazy preparation. That's insane so Erica. Had One album for body wisdom and we didn't realize that with the nine main categories. I pop even though they even have a pop. Category with the non main categories that there's amount of goal post moving that happens and the worst. I mean allow. These rules were established because of the amount of samples and writers. You know again like if if I remember last year when Connie was up for him and it was like twenty for all day all the way Paul McCartney and all these other people like even. Then you're only limited to I think only seventeen are allowed to officially grab whatever the case was like. I didn't know that the world was people can won one award for the big ones right like album or some well for I'm about to say I don't want to insult him by saying Mr Kylie Jenner. Whoa Travis Travis. Scott I'm sorry. This is the only way I couldn't. I couldn't say that rocky I have you been doing. Tmz has been trolling as that. Kinda hard by wherever he goes then they have a candidate. Hey Travis Scott. Pulse isn't tipped them off no literally like the fun of Volunteer Z. Now on social media you often now is is watching. Tmz Post up another ace ace APP guiding movement. Yeah it's it's something viral that works okay. So they're gonNA overdo it all right. I got it of course. Yeah you know it's TMZ entertainment industry but Travis There were over thirty writers for Six but they had to figure out the seventy everybody's like relation sicko mode is actually. Technically four songs amalgamated into one off publishing. You Ain't getting listen the drake part of the beginning. I know you've probably never heard of no. I haven't okay. Exactly the drake part of it was a whole another song that was done by like six people because also because a sound get about modern hip hop where even if give a reference to a song has just turned into the aug literally. GimME THE LOOT. And all of a sudden like biggie. And all this stuff. And then he made a Tried reference and all them got nets and then what like a Alka Luke Right. Yeah or the. It was literally like literally somebody just needs to come to all these cats stop giving your publishing the way come up with some resumes or you're gonNA be broke for the rest of your life is like a hip hop Bohemian rhapsody. But without like just a few writers writing told me basically hip hop is now the modern day. Brill building. I'LL ASK. I'm I'm talking where you got. Basically just a whole bunch of people writing songs by committee. Oh exactly what? That's exactly what it is Is Very few people. You'll see that actually work by themselves. A with small groups like everything whenever year like sewing sewing Oviedo. Whatever your check the credits I will but I. I'm just going to go by the Jimmy. Jimmy Jam was basically same as problematic trying to figure out which one of the seventeen out of thirty. We'll get an award the actual an that killing a business. They're killing their own business. Mark going to be just fine. You're right right quick money and his kids. How many rise on Casey must graves APP? I'M GONNA look at like this. Okay we'RE GONNA get my point was when Erica won the I stood up. And they do they like and I was like but averages this record you want but you didn't yet why I was headed on the stage and then that's when they told me afterwards that We would have produced forty five percent of their does fifty one percent. Yeah because that's the same thing. Yeah Ninety seven forty five percent and then after hip hop really took over the grammy's then it was like sixty percent. Yeah so she's got got expensive to produce All right right as you all the question and this might not be politically correct. See in his. Dopey data's coming off a fresh whim but was drake right. Thank the.
"morton" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
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"morton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Morton's. staff was one make sure every eight well and was all good so I've been to a lot of Morton's in a lot of different cities I've never seen the large pizza on the menu much less as an appetizer. ever I know that menu I do like it Morton's when they will that card out with all the meet the fish in your presentation like this is the fly this is the New York this is the bone in this is the revised this is the salmon. and then a break out the vegetables this is the baked potato this is the broccoli this the asparagus I've seen that cart it's always interesting it's always fun they've never said this is the large pepperoni this is the large pie with the works. Brandon stop making crap up. you see war you give yourself a tongue fret ninety eight with Michael Charles reach Michael leech is our podcasts guest at ninety eight we drop to yesterday's live do not wish you were right now listen to it after the show. your conversation. I asked him about he calling his players dumb fat soft entitled he said you know what starts with us as coaches. immediately on that he says it starts with us as coaches so we talked a lot of things. this says roll me he happy national boyfriend day to my one and only. I know we don't talk much anymore but I still love you man tie love. Manet Cuchilla under on Tuesday night I love you know I know that you're taller than homework lawyer with the glory are there going on in society. I mean in your nine and all your case and then and then I got yeah so you can I'll talk to you tomorrow any so much and. she often Lincoln said that the subject is happy boyfriends day man's high tail. did you have when you grow up. you sure he got catfish we all did. we all did. that's when we all learned what that term meant cat fixed. I got catfish manse I got catfish we all did. let a cat faced the entire country. this guy wars I ray getting catfish literally wrestling a catfish out of a local pond in eating it for dinner. and what's wrong with that. I guess he's harvesting the local ponds. he's got he. come on somebody man somebody pick up the phone and make a good telephone call one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six who do you have tonight who do you like tonight and why you wanna look ahead to the weekend any of the call is match ups any of the N. F. L. matchups N. H. L. mock away into the post season the talk hockey. lots to get done all right so quick time out and we'll come right back. Hey fellas. how many of you are guilty of using your wife or your girlfriend shampoo in the shower I'm guessing more than quite a few..