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TSS 012: Author August Ragone

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

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TSS 012: Author August Ragone

"Hey, there listener you have clicked on another episode of the spin off show with the jock also known as Anthony from the jockey nerd podcasts on this particular episode. I got on a guy that I've been wanting to have on for a bit. Seems August Regan August, we're going is the man when it comes to God, Zillah and kaija in Japanese SCI fi horror knowledge. This guy knows his shit. He is the two-time Rondo award winning author of the highly regarded EEG subarea master of monsters, which is still available out on Amazon. So you can definitely check that out. If you're interested in the the why and the how of hollies Mazda movies were made in all by this one guy. We talk about the history of Japanese kaija, you horror film, making especially in like the forties. Fifties sixties be also get into a little bit of the American perspective on horror in fi filmmaking, and how they purchased a lot of these Japanese. Films and then repurpose them for American audiences. We get into the current state of films. We get his thoughts on vendors and game Godzilla king of the monsters a little bit of Star Wars talk suffices say this man knows a lot about a lottery system things we even get into the history of horror hosts on TV in random other stuff. He can go. He can talk. I let him do it. Now, you're gonna check it out. The job just show. And August, thanks for being flexible with me in setting up a time to chat here. No problem. So I've been wanting to talk to you for a bit because first off John Belotti junior who you might know hyped you up as a guy to talk to and we've been trying to be an emerald had been trying to figure out a way to get on jockey nerd, but I feel like this is actually a better avenue because Iran loves to talk, and I think you like to talk as well. Yeah. I think me, and you think just us two is better than three or four some right? All right. I get sometimes I'm I can be wound up to be sort of the Kevin Smith of Japanese nurtured. So you know, how would you describe yourself August? I know I know you're the the award winning writer of that book about EG soubra. I'm a useless loser. But other than that what else you got. I'm just totally useless. I got a bunch of junk. In my head that I've been collecting since I was a kid, which is totally useless unless you're into what I'm into. And what do you into again? Oh, man. I grew up with I grew up with things like the outer limits and horror movies on TV and going to theaters in going to theaters as long as I can remember dragged in with my parents, everything kind of gravitated towards, you know, like both boys, and I'm glad to see girls or letting you know because parents don't let let girls play with a lot of boy things. So I think it's just sort of sort of universally an interest in in children to gravitate towards things like dinosaurs. At some point if they're interested in animals, and they see dinosaurs. And they're like, oh my God. So I went through that cycle. You know, spaceships and dinosaurs wasn't there wasn't there. A Hernandez brothers comic book sides love and rockets that had where I might think about tattoo, lax and dinosaurs. But anyway, you kind of gravitate towards that stuff. And then I started watching unites noticed Japanese monster movies. And I became especially attracted to them for some reason. You know, I have memories going back as far as being three years old like seeing mothra. The nineteen sixty one original on the OG mothra. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Seeing that on television at like three years old or four years old must have been three. I got my time framing, right? I kind of denote in my about periods of my life by where I lived what houses we're in. You know, getting pretty pretty good, you know, bearing on that from from just that. So you know, when I sort of just started strangely being drawn more toward towards the Japanese monster rubies, and it wasn't unintellectual. It wasn't an intellectual choice, and I can't really quantify. What? Drew me. And I just started seeing more of them. And I preferred them. And then as I got older, you know, when I realized that these are movies made in a country Japan, then I started categorizing them and looking specifically for them in more of them, and the off shoot of that was an obsession with Japanese culture, and everything Japanese so you basically become an American Japanese person. I'm just a weirdo. That's all or just the weirdo. Just a serious weirdo. But there's a lot of other weirdos like me so and I'll feel so bad now. But it's not the it's it's almost like more acceptable now with the rise of the superheroes. And all that stuff like being being weird. It's kind of accepted, right? And well, you know, it's it's become what it is. And we'll see how long that carries over, you know, in future with the culture because these things change because there were times like in the fifties where there were science fiction films that. That were released that had big ballyhoo. And that means where you know, they were the whole giant theater like the, oh big theaters would have the entire front of the theater, not only the marquee, but the entire facade of the theater a decorated with giant billboard cut out billboards things like day, the earth stood still you know, where you could see it in New York. One of the theaters on forty second street in in nineteen fifty fifty one you could see that marquee from like blocks away. You can see Michael Rennie in Gort and taking Neil Patricia Neal rather blocks away, and then that stopped you know, that cycle ran out 'cause you had the big Bally Hoos for movies like or stood still wore the world's fifty three. And then there were the cheapies in the movies that were that were cranked out. And you know, the universal pitchers. Did a lot of those and universal was sort of the red headed stepchild of the motion picture studios in those days of the big by MGM paramount. And so on what what years resist that was like pretty much since Universal's inception. Universal was considered sort of like the red headed stepchild for a long time. And the company was always on the verge of bankruptcy, even within our like movie, monsters and all that stuff. Yeah. After after the forties. You know, they almost went bankrupt. Every couple of years for an example in horror movies kept saving universal. Right. And it was universal picked up horror of Dracula from hammer, and cursor Frankenstein, and they released cursor Frankenstein, I and horror of Dracula I think the following year and both of those movies like, especially where Dracula like saved universal because it made so much bleeding money. And then a couple years later give Ursel again is like kinda teeter-tottering, and then they release a nineteen sixty three they released king. Congress has God Zola which was the big hit of the summer of sixty three and eight mile through universal. Yeah. And they'll universal again. So you know, universal was always kind of like the laughing stock of the other studios MGM. Did the giant production shit paramount and Twentieth Century Fox, and and they all kind of just chuckled at universal. You know, universal was the guy that got kicked around by them. You know in you know, in hindsight looking back at those films. You know, growing up watching monster movies on TV, you know, the universal horror films are great, and they're they're considered, you know, benchmark classics the films from the thirties, the forties, and you know, and then you have to kind of dump tail the creature from the black lagoon in there for fifty four but universal was kinda like kicked around. Yeah. A little bit, but people audiences love there movies. But the other studios kind of looked down at them. I think idea I think the descending order was sort of like of his n GM, you know, I think it was MGM twentieth. Century blocks paramount someone will probably like complain incorrect me, but I don't wanna correction. I want the facts. And that's what I've a big, you know, big proponent up. Gimme the factual information. And I learned something today, you know, instead of going like ou can't tell me that let me look that up on Wikipedia, and I'm going to challenge you on line. Right. And then you had then you had like, you know, then you had Columbia pitchers, and then you had universe on Columbia kinda got you know, kicked around a little bit. But Columbia was still more stable studio than than universal. No kidding. You had all the other guy yet. And then you had all the other guys after that. You know, you had like all the all the really. The cloak and dagger companies, you know, he PR, and and so on that made the really really low budget movies Republic studios. Arcadio was somewhere in the middle there. You think Kong hill? Right. But you know, they went bankrupt by by the late fifties. They just were like, yeah, they're gone. Josh couldn't cut it anymore. In fact. Dub, tailing Japanese thing in here. MGM was supposed to 'em. She not GM. I'm sorry. But a Arcadio picked up the mysterious from nineteen fifty seven. And we're going to release it in the United States. And usually when those things were picked up by an American company, the Japanese films, they were released within a year, or so they're Japanese release or whenever they were made available and film didn't open in the states until fifty nine, you know, two years after it was made it was because it was picked up by Arcadio ARCO had a dubbed did a, you know, engineered ad campaign. But they couldn't release it. They they had so little left that they couldn't even release the film, and that was picked up by MGM an GM just like took the same ad campaign and just pasted MGM over the archaic stuff. You know? In fact, you can still find if your collector of movie posters, and and that kinda movie memorabilia press kits and stuff like that. They're like two distinct press kits for the mysterious which are the same pretty much the same exact press kit or press book, rather that just has MGM presents. Instead of archea presents one has ARCO presents the other has MGM presents. No kidding. So those were flow those have been floating around I found those when I was a teenager and went, oh, I guess arquett was supposed to release this and MGM actually was the we're the ones who actually released. It mysterious is one of the only one of the movies. I actually have never seen as far as kaija you or Japanese movie monster movies ever released here. I have seen Godzilla road in mothra Varun, but mysterious never never got around to Syrians. Right. Well, you you wouldn't that was released in the states it became a huge hit in the New York area. Because that's where it was they used to release films by you know, by region, I and a lot of films would be open. They didn't do fourteen hundred theaters nationwide on the same day that rarely happened. You'll films would be would open by region. Why was and then move across the country. That's save money. You know, they they didn't have to make as many prints. You know, those prince could do what they call the road show, which would same print traveled around the country. So he didn't strike for every single theater that we're booking that home. So the fill the prince would travel hence roadshow God at that makes. And so when it opened up I think mysterious opened up at Lowe's on forty second. And they said it was busting all the records. In fact, it's in a copy of a copy of boxoffice magazine from fifty nine that I could look for if you want that you know, has like the the the box office numbers and how well it was doing. It was a full page place ad saying, basically in a trade magazine, a motion picture exhibitors, which is a movie. That would be a movie theater, owner magazine that say you really need this film. It's pop oh BOK's office. Look how much did New York. It's gonna kill when you open it up in Europe theatre. And that's the way they used to sell these films. Not just. Yep. Any film pretty much so mysterious opened up. It was a big hit. Now. It was a, you know base. It's an eight. It's it you've read about it. Right. Yeah. Okay. So, you know, it's eight million invasion movie, and like a lot of the films that were coming out in the fifties. With the exceptions of things like, you know, this island earth or or the worthy worlds are day. There stood still couple other flex, you know, most of them were very low budget affairs. Maybe you got to see a flying saucer. Maybe the flying saucer wasn't that cool looking when you finally got the movie or the alien, you know, was really kind of funky looking you know, the MRIs winning. I'm sorry. I said, maybe a little disappointing into the disappointing of maybe, you know, the films are in black and white even though there's exceptional ones. Like a day the stood still. He really house into the effects for that Reeves. Did I just say the wrong title? Did I say earth versus the flying saucers night? Okay. See said that and I went I said something wrong. But unlike an unlike Kevin Smith, I'm not stone. I don't have that excuse. So you have no good excuse. Okay. No good excuse. This was a full color wide screen movie in wide screen cinema. Cinemascope movies were the big thing in the fifties to try to get people away from their television sets because Hollywood was having a problem, you know, because most movies were shot with they called academy ratio, which is more or less a square pitcher, which is pretty much your pitcher too on your TV. So they said, well, how can we get more people? It's figure out ways even though they've experimented with technicolor as far back as the twenty s and they were trying to wide screen pitchers earlier, you know, as well in the thirties. They just couldn't develop something that that was viable at the time. Anyway, so they come out, you know, they started doing things and technical or they try to make the color look even more saturated than natural life. So just like assault. Your is when you're in the mood. The house and then making these movies panoramic in in wide screen was something you couldn't get on television. It's something that we kind of take for granted today with wide-screen televisions in HD, and you know, four K and all that stuff. But back in the fifties. You had a little little box with a screen that was maybe about ten inches. You know, and you reception dependent on you know, which way you pointed your intent and how far away the broadcast station lawns. So, you know, you're pitcher could be iffy. Sometimes, but it was hard to get people out of their living rooms, so that they you know, that was killing movies at the time. So they developed he system so in Japan Toho followed suit they wanted to do wide-screen because that's what America was doing till studios was the biggest studio in Asia at the time. So they said we're going to invest in this, and we're going to do this in color and the first color science fiction. Fantasy movie that Toho did was road him. But that was in the academy aspect ratio. And so with the mysterious was their next color wide-screen there their first wide-screen color science fiction fantasy film, and it was a huge hit was. I mean, people in Japan, you know, member, you know, you know, were blown away by it people over here, especially kids were like really taken with it. Because it kind of delivered on all the promises and the ballyhoo in the posters. You know, the thing with those low budget movies, it would promise like, you know, see the most spectacular movie ever made, you know, and you've really didn't get that. When you went and saw the movie, you know, you didn't quite get what was promised and the mysterious kind of delivered. You had these aliens they had this. They had this dome that they built on earth that they have, you know, all kinds of crazy stuff going on. And you had giant robots and you had a, you know, earth mobile. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's correct. And like earth made super weapons like super science, and it was just as big all out war pitcher, you know, earth versus the flying saucers, basically. And but it was like, I mean, a fully scaled military off. So it was pretty spectacular at the time. So people get blown away by two came to the states people up to the states, of course. But you had critics you'll people lined up for these movies back in the fifties. When there were the big deal movies. They got the big press. And you know, and, but critics, you know, still were film critics like real movies. They didn't like eighty NFC stuff. Will they didn't like Jonathan's, you know? So, you know, the western had to be like an all-star western with top name actors if it was just what they used to call the critics used to, you know, have different terms for like it was just kind of a ground out westerns like what they used to call program pitchers the studios. Call them programmers because they follow the basic formula. And they just made tons of you know, and. And they would be called odors. Odors. Yeah. Oh, ata are s okay. Okay. Because horses eat oats, recall odors. And and, you know, science fiction pitchers were just called science fiction pitchers, but eventually because of the low budget nature of a lot of them. They kind of looked down upon was when Godzilla I came over was that well received here in America that was really well received by the public. You know, some critic said, you know, this. This was terrible. Or, you know, this is just another one of these godawful monster pitchers, and they didn't care they weren't this -sarily prejudiced against the film itself or the way it was executed. It was just the fact that it was a monster pitcher that they were already wrote it off before they reviewed it. And then there were reviews that were really positive, you know, like variety of magazine that the big show biz paper, you know, they gave it a very positive review when it opened. Hey was reviewing the the American version ready. Oh, yeah. Of course. Yeah. And they gave it a review that said some of these what some of the special effects were startling. And they gave it a fairly positive review. So even a so-so or a positive review would be considered like a monumental triumph for one of these pitchers at that time because you know, you you really was hard to get positive reviews for scifi Orrin fantasy films. Okay. How did so mysterious did did well with the public over here? How road in mothra those out? So so I'll preface that with Godzilla when got so open, sir. It just blew away box office records on the east coast. Again, that was one of those things where open on the east coast. I and spread across the country. It broke all kinds of records. And in fact, one of godzillas earliest fans who became a famous person was a Morton Scorsese. Okay. Yeah. And he used to deliver papers when he was a kid when Godzilla opened you know, he. He would go delivers papers as fast as he could. So he could get his money right away. And then he would get across town to go. See it again. Really damn. Yeah. He actually he's actually quoted as doing that, you know, that that he was just so obsessed with this movie. But the original Godzilla foamy is went and sought multiple times when it played New York. And so, you know, the reason that movie became such a hit, and then that created a market in the United States for the Japanese monster pitchers, which were also popular Japan. So to- started making these movies as response to their homegrown audience. But you had an American interest that they were also catering to so and sometimes some of these pictures were pre bought so Toho like one of these one of the American studios would go to toe and go what are you got? And they go were next pitchers going to be this and we're going to start. We're going to start shooting in three months, and then we will buy that right now. They would buy without even seeing any film or anything like, okay, we're on this. Right. So Rodin was one of the first movies that got Sola opening fifty six? You know, stopped all over America that year. And so other people immediately started scrambling for the next Godzilla because if you bought a pitcher from Japan, you could buy them cheap. It would be a lot more cost effective to buy these movies than to produce one in the states. And so they would they have people just jumping after his films, and they these these guys call these film. Entrepreneurs called the king brothers picked up Rodin. And the interesting thing about that is they got a work print from Tokyo. Film hadn't been finally cut for Japan yet, and they got a work print. And so there are some scenes and shots or takes in the American version that aren't in the Japanese vice versa. Really? Okay. So it's interesting. You know, a thing that they did they trimmed the film down a little bit. They added a prologue that was felt that was needed in American films of the time. Where the atomic bomb? You know? It's like one of those things you have to do the whole atomic thing at the front of the movie, but Rodin became a I think Rodin was the second Japanese monster will be releasing the states that came out and fifty seven, and according to boxoffice magazine, again, the same exhibitors trade magazine listed it as the highest grossing science fiction film of nineteen fifty seven in the United States. Really? Holy crap. Yeah. And had the had the most rentals because again, it was a color pitcher, right? Which you know, when kids are this movies in color, you know, a black and white was already getting tired, you know, gift hiring with people is the comet was the status quo. So someone had a color pitcher. You wanna go see that, you know? And then you determined whether it was awful or not at after the fact that you you it was like three D now, you know, we have three although three nows almost getting played out there. It's a pretty pass. Now, but you know, the same it's the same. It was a gimmick color was a gimmick in a way. And so, you know, people ran to that movie mothra was film that was was presold Columbia Pictures, Columbia Pictures picked up a Columbia Pictures of time do three pitcher deals, and they also reached out to a hammer and said, you know, hammer studios in England. And they said what we've got these. You know, these next couple of pitchers we're going to do or these, and then you know, Columbia will take bathroom. We'll take that film. And you know, we'll help you produce that one. And we'll just throw the money at you. So we get the exclusive rights to it. And that'll help you produce the pitcher level up the quality. And we weren't technically co-productions because Columbia pitchers wasn't really sticking their fingers in it. Sometimes they get you know, other studios did this as well with hammer and Toho it wasn't like they said, well, you know, give us the script. And we're gonna prove the script ourselves. They did make the movies and give them to us. You know, what worry about if there's anything objectionable in the film when we get it? We'll just cut it out. You know, our we'll do we'll change it. Right. So they bought the h man, which was a nineteen fifty eight film an invested in balanced her space, which was a nineteen fifty nine film and the third part of their three pitcher deals mothra. And so two had already made the h man. So that was very Japanese homegrown film set in suburban Tokyo and with the underworld in it Japanese mob, and and drug trade any radioactive sludge monster. Are not sludge. But a but a liquid liquefied glob e type monster. Humans. I was actually like Japanese fishing trawler caught in the American Tomek test area, their reaction to the nuclear fallout is they dissolved and they become this intelligence real Albert's. He has a homing instinct, and it comes back to Japan they dissolve into some like green goo or something. All right. So you know, that Columbia had that there were some a couple little racy things in there because standards at the time in in America for films, and especially for like, they they weren't marketing some of these strictly to children, but they would get the, you know, they there were certain standards that you know, you had these some of the movie set in a cabaret and the girls outfits or sometimes a little too skimpy that we're allowed in American films at the time. So they just cut it. So they cut some things out or worked around it or zoom boxed some of the stuff. But it pretty much got over here without too much alterations. And then, you know, balanced her space too was kind of doing a follow up to the mysterious. And when Columbia said, we'll take it till up the ante because they had money more money to work with even though they were doing, you know, pretty much throwing money at these movies at the time till was so they get that extra money. And they said, well, you know, let's go round up, a international cast, you know. So he went around the incorporated a lot of Caucasian faces on non Asian faces into the movie as well. The kind of like so be better sell overseas for and with mothra. You know, they Lumbia just said we will what are you doing? We'll just take it. And. And here's money to do it. And the original ending was going to be sort of this. How familiar are you with mothra? Oh, very familiar. Okay. So the the original end of the pitcher was a lot smaller. And I don't mean that in a low budget way. It was just they already had the spectacle of mothra destroying Tokyo. So that was sort of that that was the big spectacle sequence of the movie which takes a lot of the running time towards the end in that third act. Well, Columbia pitcher said we want to make this movie bigger better the original ending that didn't make it into the final print. Was that Nelson kidnaps the girls, and he, you know, in the end of the American the version that we all see now Japanese American version, you know, Nelson the bad guy. Right. Yep. Okay. So Nelson's this this bad guy. If you don't know what I'm talking about out there. I'm sure he could wicket and his wicked. He kidnaps these little girls. Yeah. He's like an international jewel CB's kind of like a bad Indiana Jones. Yeah. He's kind of like the other guy, the the the Belloc he's kind of like Belloc he goes around and steals artifacts and treasures and stuff. Like that. And the treasurer in this is these two little mini twins that sing. Yeah. Yeah. That are the guardian priests priestesses of mothra, right? So he snatches them and put them in a show Carl Denham, it's kind of an inversion of I call mothra in version of King Kong. It really is actually when you have. And and so he could apps the girls put them on minimum show, then they find. Out that there's a connection the authorities out that connection between the girls and mothra, and the reason why Mothwa's coming to Tokyo's because the girls are in Tokyo, blah, blah, blah, and the girls can't stop the telepathic connection between the two so Nelson decides the bail and in the the final film, you see he goes back to his country, which is a hybrid of Russia and the United States because they didn't want to blame one country in this film, the Tojo the Japanese were like when we don't want to say, it's America. We don't want to say it's Russia conducting these tests these nuclear tests, would they call it roll lease ruler Sika realistic realistic, which is a Portman two of the Japanese pronunciations of America, which is a medi- a Medica Russia, which is Moshe so ROY Sika or used to go. Okay. So they came up with realistic and so- Nelson takes off to there. And then mothra. Follows him in the the big the big city, the big New York. San Francisco's New York. San Francisco hybrid called Newkirk city. Yep. And so author comes in in Wrexham and more stop. So it's got even more spectacle on top of spectacle with his big finale with the winged mothra, destroying everything. Now that attached out of its Coon. Well, that this is a long story. But but anyway, the long and short of it is that the original ending was Nelson takes off in a Cessna instead of escaping on. You know, he he gets on a Japan American airlines or PanAm jet, whatever has a smuggle through the airport with a fake passport in the original ending which they shot. Nelson was the first thing they shot Honda when on location, go shoot the ending. I. Because it was a volcano near volcano range. On. I think it was on. Mount me Hora were gods falls into the crater at the end of Godzilla nineteen eighty five. Yeah. Trivia trivia trivia, it's considered part of the Tokyo metro not metropolitan air, the Tokyo prefecture. And so it's an island off the shore of Tokyo. So they go shoot location there. And on Nelson is supposed to take off this little Cessna with the girls and his one henchman and the plane is fueled or something and it crashes. They're actually supposed to be in a northern region. They get as far as Hokkaido, which is for up north in Japan. And I guess with the thing that Nelson would run away to try to get out of Japan top over to Russia with the girls or whatever. And so play dishes the plane. They get out mothra following Mahthir lands and flaps her wings and Nelson flies off a cliff and dies. And pretty much right behind, you know, Nelson or the main characters so they witnesses whole thing when mothra wins, and then causes indirectly the death of Nelson and the girls are retrieved and happy ending. Well, they filmed this first. Yep. And then they come back from location, Honda and company. And the front office goes, oh, we're going to scrap that ending in. There are what it's like. Well, we got a order from Columbia pitchers. The do a different ending. And so they want this big spectacle ending with his whole nother city getting wreck, but they won't like an American a western city to get destroyed. Oh, jeez. Right. So there was part of the original short story that was made. It was they took it originally out of the script. Out of the run out of the script necessarily. But I mean out of the all the preliminary stuff they wrote there is going to be an attack on new wagon city while with her. Wow. What a great name there. America. Cowboys Indians and wagons wagon trains. And of course, I that was in one of the that was I think in the treatments, and which will probably set the Columbian Colombia goes you're doing a smaller ending why we want this ending. Here's the money. I think it was one of the Columbia producers named William Schwartz. And he went just said here take this money. And we want a big finish. And then they had to reshoot in a a resort. They just basically had to reshoot an ending. And then super who would already wrapped. I think that he already rap. No, he didn't wrap the special effects work. But he was given like a I'm going off the top of my head here. So when he heard that they had construct more sets and keep working on this movie because they had other movies lined up AG sobriety, the special effects director like flipped his lid, you know, a rare flipping his lid, you know, he's like. What do you mean we have to build a whole city set in? And they begrudgingly had to do it at the bequest of Columbia Pictures. And I think it I think actually makes the film a lot better. I liked to. I mean, I thought the film was actually pretty good. I enjoyed it. It's one of my I think it's it's one of my top favorites from that period. Now, did they know that they were creating the eventual shared universe when they were making Godzilla then road in mothra, not they they just they were making one offs at the time. They were just going to make these pitchers, and then it became this natural thing of like let's team. Let's team things up. Right. Let's have this guy punch this guy. You know, what if superman fought Spiderman, right? You know? And then they were doing all this in the same studio. So they could easily answer that question. Yeah. They could just do whatever they pretty much wanted. I think part of that actually did not they were just sitting around going. Well, let's have mothra and Godzilla fight. You know, it was pretty much out of necessity. As they were getting more orders for these pitchers. There was like, I think, you know, the next they they did, you know, follow up to the first Godzilla film with consular again in fifty five which you know. It's it's it's an okay, it's a little it's a little it's a little shaky. They were just trying something different at that point. Let's just try something different with each pitcher. I like the fight scenes, but the overall story is kind of a little again they were experimenting with formula. And seeing what they could what they could do and mixing and matching directors like so instead of naturally putting Honda and charge the sequel, they said, let's see how another director will do. And then of course, they went while Honda keeps hitting pay dirt. So we're just gonna he's gonna get all, you know, pretty much all the Musi at one point. They're producing so many fantasy pitchers you know, that they couldn't have haunted direct every one they brought in other people to take over sort of like, you know, the lesser films like they would go like, okay, we're going to do a man a movie about a man who teleport's electronically. And it goes around the country and killing people going through the phone lines. You know, that was that was the secret of television, and they went, well, we're also making another pitcher that same year they'd order in this in this in this production ear we're gonna make this movie about a man who's transformed into a of APR is substance, and he can reconfigure himself, and which really the human vapor from nineteen sixty okay, and the human and that secret of the television was nineteen sixty and they said, well, you know, this is going to be the stronger pitcher, we're going to put the bigger stars in this. We're gonna put the more money in this. So we'll have Honda pick up this one. And we'll give this one has a little more of a lurid action thing to it. So we'll give it to our action crime guy Jun Fukuda, and we'll let him direct that one. So they did that a lot. So you had you know after they did. The guzzle rates get him to five you know, which did good. But it didn't do great and Rodin came out was like you said the next year they had another film come out towards the end of fifty five call the half human abominable snowman maybe and they went well K and Honda directed the abominable snowman move, it is that film as well. He's he's in abominable snowman he's not like a giant. He's he's he's just a big like he's like the traditional abominable snowman got a pitcher in an Honda in subarea worked on that one. And so they kind of gave God's arrest because they did you know, they did Rodin which is a big hit. They moved on with mysterious, you know, and then it was a couple more years later. They should you know, maybe we should got Sola kind of capture the imagination of the general public and the media because he keeps being brought up. You know, like they go like a tough guy who do you think you are God's? Aw. You know, like even movies like nineteen sixty. There was a movie in one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixty. I'm sure someone will correct me made by one of the other Japanese studios Nikon Nikkatsu, which is called danger pays deep. You put this in your book write about this? What I'm telling you right now. Yeah. Now, this wasn't in the book. Okay. Now, we're talked about Godzilla knockoffs in right? There was well, not really, you know, the the knockoffs. But that you know, people kept bringing up his name in Nigeria. Okay media like people kept referencing Godzilla. You know, like your mother looks like outside, you know, right know, people are capping on each other. You know, comedians would use godzillas a punchline joke, and then there's this movie from I think nineteen sixty now this is between. Godzilla raids again in nineteen fifty five and the next Godzilla pitcher did Nope. And in Japan till sixty two which king congress has got saw. So this is nineteen sixty and there's a movie by another studio not toes to his knee concert studios, which was known for a lot of action movies, and they did this crime movie called it's a crime comedy. It's great. It's fantastic. It's hilarious. And it's very very violent bloody at the same time, which is a really strange juxtaposition. But it's just awesome. And you could watch that on Amazon prime video danger pays nineteen sixty. There's a scene in the movie where there's three main characters are both. They're all three of them are criminals, they're arguing about this counterfeit money and. One of them says, you know, you're mean like Godzilla. And so that's another studio referencing different studios character while there was no current movies being made at all what the hell so God's all really captured the Japanese imagination the public's imagination. And and pop the pop culture imagination so toes said everybody keeps we should just bring him back. Let's do another pitcher. And they were looking for vehicle, and that's a whole nother story with this guy. John Beck in Hollywood. Who was a former universal producer who fell into talking to Willis O'Brien. It was the effects guy for King Kong. Yep. On a Kong and mighty Joe young. And so on and he was trying to develop another Kong pitcher called Qinghong versus Frankenstein. I'll yeah, remember it, right? And the long shore of that somebody could go like if you're listening and going Frankenstein, hockey conflict Frankenstein, and it was going to be an a monster stitch together from the parts of big African big game animals. Out of it. Yeah. So that's that's the Frankenstein. Anyway, they were going to and Carl denims involved again. Carl denims trying to have a comeback and he promotes a boxing match between the two. What we're now people. They were really going crazy. Yeah. Con Dighton thirty three what happened? And then they will sobriety worked out of thing. Where it's like, you know, he didn't really die. He was just really messed up. You know, sorta like King Kong lips, you know, it's like he's not dead. We just put an artificial heart in them. He's messed up. We're gonna stick this thing in his chest and a robot resuscitate him, right? So the he had this idea and Wilson Brian insult anyone and John Beck who was like scheming little guy at of universe. A former former universal guy trying to hit it on his own said, hey, let me run with this idea and talk to people will eventually he basically stole the idea to follow. And to who had offices in Los Angeles. And they said, wow. That would be great you. You can get the rights to King Kong, then we could have king. Congress has got Sola and AG soubra, you know, that was his favorite movie King Kong, and that's what launched him into wanting to do special effects after being cinematographer for you know, two decades. And so why didn't they nail the suit though, and king is a suit not great. And that's part of the John back problem and John Belk comes in and says, he's the Goshi eating everything. And he goes wall have universal release it, you know, he still had his peeps. At universal. And he said I can get Toho to produce his pitcher, and I'm going to be the producer distributor and all just sublicense it to you universal. You don't have to put up any Russian money. I'll get Toda put up all the money and all Selati. You know, so universal got inter- international rights into perpetuity. Which means toe has no claim to this day, unless universal says, we'll give it back to you. Which ends are going to happen anytime, which is going to happen, right? Because you know, you have to hire lawyers to work all that out and universalism want to spend that money, nobody wants to spend that money in Hollywood for unnecessary film. That's fifty years old. They don't care. They really don't care it. Just suddenly pull out of the vault every once in a while and put it out on the latest who media, and that's all they really care about in so deck engineers, this whole thing then tells toe they have to Arcadio other remnants of Arcadio throughout the universal was managing that at the time. Maybe Brom somebody will probably correct me. That's fine. But I'm just going off the top of my our word. We're just talking about. We're just talking casually. So you know, you had you hear this this whole thing set up. And and and. Toes planning. Meanwhile, toes planning on make dumping all this money into it. And they're gonna film on locational island scenes in Sri Lanka. Oh, yeah. They're trying to re arrange all this stuff. They're going to go fill them occasion. There's not going to be any indoor sets unless it's supposed to be an indoor shot a building or house or an apartment or whatever. And they're just gonna lay out all this money to make this movie. So they're already, you know, working on sets, and they're already building stuff and they're making the new Godzilla suit. And they're building the miniature sets and working on all that. And John Beck comes to Toho and goes. Okay. Well, now, you guys gotta pay the rights for Qinghong. And they went what. No it said, well, if you wanna make this picture, you gotta pay per pong. We're not paying for. I'm not paying for it. And so was the equivalent at that time of a million dollars to hire Kong. Yikes. For the film. So there went a large part of the budget. So Sri Lanka was out. And that's why the suit looks ready. They just didn't have the money to to do an elaborate concert. Wow. And some people say, well, they could just made anything in the shop. Well, then you don't know. How movies are made? I'm sorry. You don't know. How movies are produced and how things are allotted and how budgets have to be adhered to. And when the producers go, I don't want you spending another dime. We're not gonna you know, we're not going to buy more latex in yak hair. You know, doesn't stuck just make a gorilla suit. And we're gonna go. We gotta make this pitcher. I mean, it's still an all time picture is just there's there's there's the count the conch suits a lot to left to be desired. Right. But you know, at the same time, you know, you did movies come out, you know, around that same time period. You know, you got you know, the more the the sort of stereotypical gorilla suits in the gorilla guys at that time. He had movies like grill at large coming out of the late fifties. Mid mid late mid late early mid fifties. And early sixties you had conga, you know, which is just basically a guy that same suit from gorilla at large, and you sometimes see him in the con- the I'm sorry in the three stooges shorts. You know, it's the same guerrilla guy, you know, the same gorilla suit, and it looks like a gorilla, but you know, Kong's not really a gorilla to begin with, you know, he's different. But anyways. So yeah, you know, total just had to suck it up until we got deadlines, and we gotta make this pitcher. We're already committed this the Americans already setting release dates we gotta get this stuff. We gotta make it to her die. We just can't back with the no way to back out. Right. You know, what was that was that Kevin Costner pitcher from the eighties early eighties? No way out. All right, right. It was like there was no way out for two. They just had to suck it up. And do it. The same kind of thing happened on another pitcher they did like several years later, which called latitude zero with Joseph Cotten in it, and Richard Jaekle and Cesar Romero and Patricia Medina who was Joseph cotton's wife, and it's a sci-fi potboiler. Kind of fantasy underwater pitcher that probably would have been amazing if it was made in the fifties. It's kind of an acronym. Stick being made in late sixties. Even though there was a there were several underwater pitchers of the same -uilt be made around the same time like MGM produces thing called captain nemo and the underwater city like the same year and release the same year. But you know, it was one of those things where they had American producer. It was based on an American story a series of radio plays, and they set this whole thing up and then the American producer lost all his funding. Before total made the monsters for the puppy. So the monster suits in that Iraqi, but the miniature stuff that they built they built humongous built a fifteen meter. Research vessel. That's only. Maybe two minutes of the movie, which is in latitude zero latitude zero. But anyway is like to- face that a couple of times. And then you also have a lot of people don't really realize that you know, you don't have the time that they do now where they make something like Infinity war endgame, and they go. Okay. Well, you know, we're gonna take in a where they spend like a year to do just the visual effects, you know, right because they more time now. Right. And they got a year or two in these pitchers. They planted out better. Yeah. Well, it's it's it's not necessarily planned out better. It's like they're they allow for these films to be fully realized own right? When they're the big tent pole pitchers. Whereas when you were still with the studio system, the old studio system is like total at their height reporting out to new movies every two weeks. She's christ. I can't imagine that kind of she asked nowadays. Those were double features, you know, back when they still did double feature. So you had to a pitcher. And then you had the be pitcher and be doesn't mean bad B-grade doesn't mean poor be great as a support pitcher because you you want to movies, and and they might be totally two different genres. Like, I think the cope each with the original mothra when it opened Japan was a comedy. So you had the monster film, and then you had a comedy. So it was just a matter of of putting together a package of entertainment, an evening's entertainment for you know, general audiences and the same thing that was being done in America. We'd have the Aebischer the beep pitcher, and you know, that that be thing kind of stuck when people started referencing those movies in the in the sixties and seventies in in books, and that kind of like it's still sticks today as like B means beaming poor. Four of say is at the origin of like, a b b list actor B, listen movie, a B movie. Okay. Exactly. That's exactly where that comes from. So the American studio system called an ape pitcher to be pitcher. Oh kidding. Okay. So yeah, beat us necessarily being bad. Even though like the dead. You get the something like a company like universal where a pitcher would be like monolith monsters, and then the b pitcher would be like a really bad movie, you know, because it's just like kids are going to just come here on a Saturday matinee doesn't matter. So it'll be like a monster pitcher in western or odor, you know, real cheap low budget, western, you know, because you don't have to build a lot, you know, they had standing western sets. You know? So then you got like the lesser known cowboy actors now these guys are just nothing. But cowboy pitchers, you know, so, you know, then the connotations when you get to like the smaller studios and film companies like PR see Republic pitchers. You know, you they their budgets were lower than the bigger studios, obviously. So then there be pitchers were even worse up. So the real true. Meaning of a beep pitcher like people think plan nine from outer space is a B movie plan nine from outer space is independently produced terrible movie. You know, it's just it was independently produced, and then he just sold it to somebody that said, we'll put it out somehow. Jeez. So there's, you know, this this general lumping of everything that people kinda miss misconstrue. Was you know, when mothra was released in the United States in in July, sixty two the co feature was the three stooges in orbit. Really? Yeah. What the hell now when when Columbia Pictures are universal whoever release these pitchers, and they would have a b pitcher sometimes that was a program you could buy into if you were theater owner, you go I'll take that whole package because then I don't have to think about booking a second feature. But sometimes the they were given the option, and there would be that in the press kit where you'd have the ad that you would clip the theater would clip and send the newspaper that had like mothra not playing at the such and such theater co feature and sometimes that would be blank. So you could build your own co-feature build your own double feature. So they could pick another film if they wanted to, but the main one that Columbia was pushing would be three stooges in orbit, but you could just pick your own one. If you wanted to the audience member can pick their own or. The owners Steve whoever was booking the theatre or theaters in that town dot it. You know, because sometimes there'd be one theater company, and they would own two or three theaters in the same town. And then, of course, back in those days, something that people can't imagine. Now is there were triple features. Sometimes all. These movies will back in those days, the longest movie, you would get would be ninety minutes. Okay. You know? I mean, if it was a big spectacle ten commandments. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's like two and a half hours or two hours or whatever to two and a half hours, and they would have an intermission the big spectacles like that. But I mean, your average movie would be anywhere between you know, like eighty and a hundred minutes long. And the beef features would be shorter. Sometimes the beat package film would be anywhere from sixty to eighty minutes, sometimes shortest. I mean, did I say sixty there'd be sometimes generally average, like seventy to eighty minutes long, sometimes sixty they could be assured a sixty minutes, especially the nineteen forties. When there was a lot of film war being produced. So a lot of those pitchers are fairly short the be pitchers, which are totally crackerjack. If you see any of them, actually, they're very crackerjack movie. August I ask man. Yeah. How the hell did you acquire? All this knowledge. This off from doing the book. Oh, no, his wife expe- compiled a sad life experience. You know? I mean, you're a walking encyclopedia. Well there. There's there's other kooks like me from the same generation where here here's the deal. And again like. You don't have to let me just interrupt whenever with the question or whatever. Because otherwise, I'll go like, oh, oh, I've I've I've been letting you go for at least forty five minutes. Shut me the hell, you know, the question because that's stimulating too. But in my I might actually be along. We're productive in shorter suasion. Thanks, but back when I grow up, which you know is pretty much growing up in the in in the seventies. Where you really know what you're looking at. And you're starting to tiny names together. Two things at an age where you're not just a little kid just going. I liked this movie. Right. Just sitting there absorbing things without thinking we start really kind of like connecting the dots in recognizing the actors between pitchers and at the time. I grew up, you know, you still had cartoons on TV that were old cartoons for us at that time. You know, you had like Bugs Bunny melody merry melodies looney toons the Mary melodies of the older Mooney tunes right from the thirties. And you know, those were in color, and those were still on TV, and you would see these things like it was like Hollywood parade. Of one thousand nine thirty eight. This is like nineteen seventy to nineteen Seventy-three. And you're seeing you know, the Hollywood parade of nineteen thirty eight or making fun of like, they're doing parodies of of Clark Gable? And and other big Hollywood actors Eddie cantor comedians, and I know their names from watching these cartoons. And I could I knew who they were from the movies that were playing on local television at the time because we didn't have a hundred eighty channels choose from and you couldn't build your own programming. Like you can now right? The cable was the first thing that kind of took away. Being forced fed in the best way possible cinematic education when I was growing up you had maybe locally we have four six channels. You had like four if you remember anybody remembers this you had four VHF channels, and maybe two or three UHF channels, which was a different frequency, right? And so, you know, three of the channels would be network affiliates in NBC CBS ABC, and then you have local channels and all had local channels, but they didn't carry that affiliate program. So that the people at the stuff that people watched all cross the country, like Charlie's angels or six million dollar, man, or whatever we saw that all across the country. But none of us were watching the same channel. We were watching the local affiliates broadcast in wherever you lived in the United States. It wasn't one being nationwide broadcast and so like with cable that's just one signal going out to everybody through satellite. Right. And so you had those choices of those channels, and if you didn't like what NBC ABC and CBS had like, our local NBC was Carro N channel four you had CBS was KPI expi-, and and an ABC was cagey. So you know, if you didn't like any of that stuff, you could watch KTV channel two which is our big local independent, which had a huge film library, these other channels who were the Phileas. They just didn't sit around all day waiting for the networks to kick on in the evening. You know, starting with the national news at six or whatever it was, you know, they would have parading all day, and they would have their own film, libraries. They would have old TV shows that they bought and they would have their own locally produced television shows, so every station around the country would have locally produced television shows that I could say when I grew up I saw captain satellite. He hosted kids cartoons and a person in Sacramento about eighty miles away. We go we had captain sacked. Oh and someone who Los Angeles at someone else and someone in Philly had we Willie Weeber. Sure. And in somebody New York had a. Different cartoon host. And then they have the rise of the horror house that came out of that, you know, to and you had the kid shows you bozo. Bozo show all cross country. Was the local bozo. Really believe it. Oh, yeah. There'd be local personalities. Okay. So the bows of the company that owned bozo? Would would would say you can have the bozo show. You just pay the franchise you do your own franchise in your own city. She I always thought was just one bozo. Cross option. Yeah. There was the one main guy Gary Harmon. I think his name was got. How do I remember this crap? I've been wondering this the entire show. Righty? How do you see? It's all useless junk. It's totally. You know, it's interesting though, it doesn't make it doesn't give me better job. You know, if provides interesting content though for an audio podcast. Let me tell us. Yes. It does. But anyway, so you know, you handle this local programming, and you know, these stations have their own movies. And channel two also had a show that was probably done. All over the shirt was done all the dialing for dollars. Everybody had a dollar for dollar show. It was lampooned by SETV where you have the guy giving away money while you're watching the movie, you just have to answer the question that was like today's secret number is, you know, and then later, we're going to call somebody, and they pulled a number of the phone book or people sent letters into you know, into the or postcards into the show, and they would write their phone number down. There were calling his Jay Johnson of sa- Bastable. What's today's countless him out? What's the name of today's movie or whatever? And then you'd win a lot of money. Right. And and so on those shows they would show like these the movies from their library. You know? So you'd get to see like, you know, film the war. You know, you got to see these movies from the forties and fifties. And then when the, you know, of course, with monster stuff, you know, there was a time when I was growing up where there were at least on local television. There were at least over various chat various channels, not just one channel you could see up to six or eight horse. I fi fantasy films per week. On television at different times of the day on different days of the week. And which years. Oh, this this started before I was born. But you know, you had you had it all started in nineteen fifty eight with Universal Pictures of at very at the very early days television. The the big studios were like televisions the enemy. It's lowbrow. It's garbage. And we don't want an stations. The company's the TV companies were going to the studios we want to buy your movies that we could show on TV. Wouldn't that be great by your old catalog? You're not showing them anymore. We can show him on TV some them to us. You know, license them to us lease them to and the Hollywood studios were were like f you? Motion pitchers can't be compromised by tell you're just going to put dog food commercials in them. There was a lot of resistance. Of course, then they saw how much money that could be made from TV, and they relented and eventually universal pitchers had a cooperation with the television division of Columbia Pictures, which was called screen gems, and they put together this package of I think it was something like thirty universal horror films and some Columbia horror films called a shock. And they did this big hole promotion, they did this big press kit me Senate to stations all over the country being the first station in your area. Don't get left out. Don't let some of your your rival station, you know, get these films. They're going to be sure. Fire Boffa ratings kids are going to wanna watch these crazy movies. And until they sold these things stations that that caused a whole new generation of kids to see Dracula Frankenstein, the mummy the Wolfman and created that the monster boom of the sixties. That's what. So the reason why we have Addams family the monsters and revival the horror pitcher in the sixties is because of this shock package, and so the shock package went off the TV stations are how can we promote this locally? And there were had been somebody recalled that there was a horror. There was a person who hosted late night horror films in in Los Angeles. In the early fifties that came and went, but she made a big sensation. And she was like time magazine time, but she was like, I think life magazine got a lot of national coverage. Even though she was only on a local station, the ABC affiliate New York, and it was a live show wasn't recorded and her name was vampire. And she was the archetype whorehouse should tell RAI bad jokes when they came back from commercial, and then go we're going back to the movie, she do little skits or whatever. And so this was the formation of what we call the horror host. And so with the shock movie package there were places like again, the different bozos. The different cartoon hosts all over the country, there became horror hosts everywhere all across the country that people in there, you know, they some of them started in the fifties. This whole phenomenon whorehouse horror host lasted well into the eighties. Even though cable starting to kill local stations being able to have big film, a libraries because guys like Ted Turner were buying up all these packages from the studios and throwing money for the exclusive at them for exclusivity. So all of a sudden, they all disappeared from local television getting onto cable all across the country. You know, you can watch the M G. There was Ted Turner to watch the MGM channel is nothing but MGM movies. That's it. You know? But so then a local station couldn't show them, you know. So anyway, so this Horose thing happened. So when I'm a kid, you know, we had a local horror host. We had several one of them before I was way before I was born. And then we had another one that I just caught a little bit of a guy called as Modena's who hosted his show out of castle. Nor was it Chateau. I think it was Chateau Noir. But then we got this guy named Bob Wilkins. Who didn't have a gimmick. A lot of these guys wore capes and dress like monsters or mad scientists and had you know, I'm mortgage the magnificent or whatever that's a real guy to and then we had Bob Wilkins who came on in his suit. It a pair of glasses and he smoked a cigar. And he was youngest guy, and he would go tonight's movie is so terrible. It was delivered to channel two in a Brown. Paper envelope. No return address. You know, he would do these. These these aims jab pan. He was at guy that Phil into hosting television. And he was our horror host and his show was sometimes locally San Francisco is a one of the bigger television markets and it used at the time the big three television markets. That's where they would test shows. They were worthy of being like, you know, national network shows would were San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco is a big market and Bob show started before Saturday Night Live came on the air before it was, you know, launched and he became this big phenomenon. And then when Saturday night launched and became a huge hit. You know, it's a, you know, obviously Saturday in is still on. So the original one must have been head, right culture. Changing pop culture changing show. Our show the Bob will can show which was called creature features would routinely beat Saturday live in the San Francisco ratings. Really? Yeah. What the hell? Yeah. Locally produced. Joe we had a he would have a market of one million viewers. Every Saturday night. So his show what he first viewed nineteen seventy-one. He started out with one movie at nine o'clock and within six months, they went to a double feature. And then his show was on in one thousand nine hundred ninety started he decided to bail he'd been hosting award from sixty six and so he decided to quit nineteen Seventy-nine. But if he had decided to quit at that point. He would have kept going because he was actually at the same time. He was hosting a show in San Francisco. He was hosting a show in Sacramento eighty miles north he would drive up to Sacramento once a week the film that show them back down to the bay area. So he continued with the Sacramento show because of his contract with that station until about I think it was eighty four. So he was this huge phenomenon. I mean, we he did a public appearance. At for the opening of some of a animated feature called Jack in the bean stocked at Columbia Pictures, whoever had him promoting on creature features, and it had been a Japanese animated film. But anyway, so like there there must have been four hundred kids that showed up to meet him. And then the crowd got bigger that all wanted his autograph. Jeez. And it was really it was really really really crazy. So you've had horror who's all the country that were all as popular as Bob Wilkins just in their local market in their local market and people love them and remember them to this day and their websites devoted. There's a documentary. I recommend you checking even remotely interested in the phenomenon of the American horror host friend of mine worked on this documentary guy, friend of mine, Mike Monaghan who also wrote a book about the history of bay area or us, which is indispensable called shock to me. The golden ghouls of the Golden Gate. He also worked on a film pulled American scary. He conducted all the interviews with all the horror host of that for that. Film was leap. Sorry. I was gonna say was our asylum in Chicago was our horror hosts, Ben Guli. Yeah. So as he the same guy, you're talking about a horror host, right? Exactly. You know, they all do different different stick. Right. You know? But you know, your spend Guli used to be the son to spend Guli. Because there was another spin Guli before him, I okay in the seventies. And that was you know, a guy who was. Amazing. I mean, there's still videos of of his shows that are on YouTube of just his hosts segments, and they're crazy. They're really crazy. He was only on a couple years, but he left an indelible impact in in Chicago television history. He was on the says three years, Jerry g Bishop. Yeah. Mister bishop. Larry's I mean and spin Goulding's the decree spin Guli was a fan of Jerry g Bishop he was a devoted, Dan. It's it can I do it could you're gone. Can I take over the mantle? Will you give me permission to become the next span Gulick? Okay. And and that's the second instance of one fan becoming his following in the footsteps of his favorite horror host. There was a guy in Cleveland called glory in the sixties early sixties. And he created like I mean, this guy would blow up stuff on TV. He would blow up model kits. People would send a model kits just for him to put a firecracker in it blow it up on the air, which you can't do now. Now, you can't do that to blow something up in the studio, and he would just he had his whole beatnik rift and his name was Ernie Anderson. At eventually. He was calm. He was comedic partners in Cleveland with a guy named Tim Conway who became very famous a few years later Mikhail's navy and the Carol Burnett show, and they decided they got offer to move to Los Angeles to do a western comic. Western for network television. Tim Conway being sort of like a goofy like deputy, right? And Ernie Anderson mostly has kind of a straight, man. Well. They made the pilot, and they were you know, they're they're waiting to get approval for a series. And they've Lou from Cleveland said we're done with Cleveland, TV Guardia is going away. And then the network came in and said we liked the Conway kid, but we gotta get rid of you Anderson, your we don't know what to do with you. So they kept Conway like, they broke up the band, basically, you know. And Ernie Anderson went what the hell I'm not gonna go back to crawl back to Cleveland and do the same stuff. So he eventually became the voice of ABC the love boat, he merely announcer at ABC that tonight on the lobe. And he is the father of Paul Anderson. The director the famous booby direct. Oh, what the fuck? All comes out circle. Yeah. So I recommend checking out this documentary American scary. It's got a Jerry g Bishop of Chicago's spindle originally spin googly passed away, unfortunately, but he's interviewed documentary and Bob Wilkins's in this document reminder host, and they got us many guys that were still breathing to do it, including the original host of a sense. Also, she has passed Milo Nurmi who wants data James Dean, who was vampire. Jesus crashing won't allow shipment. I wish I could remember things that would actually be useful as a serial you will let's get to the the the present day. So what do you think about the the upcoming Godzilla film or have you do, you know, have you? What do you? What are you? What are your thoughts? Let me just leave it there because I know, you know. Yeah. I have. I'm not gonna say have controversial thoughts. I think kids what I consider. What our kids today? What our kids do you under? What are telling you? If you're thirty or younger. Okay. So I I'm actually thirty one. So I'm going to so you're not a kid anymore. Good. You're an adult. But no. I can understand the cultural perspective of people being excited to see this this character transition into a tent pole Hollywood pitcher with all the lavish stuff that comes with it. Whereas I grew up seeing promises of these things that we're going to be lavishly done with big modern budgets that left. A lot to be desired. He, you know at first so the seventy six cong-. Which was extremely disappointing. Yeah. It was disappointing to people at the time. But you know, we were told it was going to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. You had know dealer Renta saying when the MAI Cong Hadi, everybody cry. You know, also built a thirty foot Kong, the us one or two scenes. Yeah. It was like Carlo Rambaldi the guy who built ET, and he did the alien the one animatronic alien at the end of close encounters of third kind did a bunch of stuff in Italy. Anyway, so did monsters for like Hercules pitchers to in the sixties the pendulum says peplums the set the what sort of sandal pitchers. But you know, so you know, the twenty fourteen booby cannot get Gareth Edwards staying in. You know, I kind of went in just sort of you know, ambivalent he had I kind of I enjoyed it. A lot of people didn't like it. They thought it was boring. It didn't have enough action and focus too much on one character. But I thought that the way that it was it was plotted in the way that it was paced was closer to an actual Japanese monster pitcher than than most people would have done it just sort of have that that pacing in the in the reveals we're kinda it made me feel that it was a natural inheritor, and they were paying attention to the source material. With this pitcher, the director is saying now, we're talking about king of the monsters were, you know, the director is is, you know, I'm a fan, and I love these movies. I love these monsters and all that. But you know, a lot of times that's what they're they're supposed to say, right? They may actually like them. They may have seen them when they're a kid. But you know, it's just kinda fan service to get the fans to rally around them go. He's one of us Michael daugherty's, the director, right? And you know, he bare Mary well may very well be. I mean, I don't know the guy I don't know much about him. I try to stay away from his much spoiler material as possible. Not because I'm. Banking on like when I go in. I just want to experience his thing for myself. It's like, I don't care, you know. It's just the lip service in. Okay. So here's an example of voided. Most of the trailers. You know, I think I watched the first first couple of trailers that trailers good. But they've revealed a lot so. Yeah. But you know, and I was just like do I really, you know, it's like sometimes, you know, they put so much stuff in the trailer that that's pretty much all the hit. That's all the bullet points. You'll see in the movie, right? You know? And it's like, oh, well, I guess we saw that highlight reel of all the stuff that was in the movies. So it's interspersed over two hours. Three minutes of action interspersed over two hours of movie. Which is the first time. It isn't a bad thing monster zero the climactic battle is less than four minutes long. You know, it's something like three minutes long at it's like, but the whole movie is so good and moves the narrative moves in such a great way. And you know, they have a battle in the mental. There's like a destruction scene where Rodin and mothra I'm out wrote in a and keyed Rigaud round smash crap. And that's kind of cool. But it comes to the punch you out the final punch out. I mean, it's matched to the music cue. You know, it's about like three minutes. You know, it's like, but you're in the combine monster scenes or something like eleven minutes out of a ninety minute pitcher. You know, that sounds like, oh, my God that horrible. But the movie is so good. That's why remains a lot of fans favourite in Japan and the United States people who were up with that movie, especially you know, it just because it's it's well made in its well crafted for what it is. And. I don't know what to expect from this thing. And you know, you have a lot of the king of the monsters. That is a lot of people are, you know, just putting their eggs, and such a big basket that, you know, they're they're it's bound to be disappointing for some people because they were putting all their hopes, you know, into into this movie that it's going to be the most amazing God Zola thing they've ever seen in their lives. I think this is if I'm correct me if I'm wrong after Godzilla vs King Kong, I heard that Toho gets all the right spec. So these are the last Godzilla movies, right? What happens actually is that Toho has not given up rights. Not the the they're going to allow basically it's legendary contract runs out. Right. There you go. Yeah. So just to be specific some there have been fans who are kinda confused on on the internet that they really don't, you know, it's like it's not necessary to know how studios deal in his. AP's? You know, intellectual properties, it's not necessary for you to enjoy movies or discuss movies because you don't know the legal ease of everything, you know. But it's important that to clear that when people become confused, you know, and a lot of fans, you know, or going toe gave their white rights away. You know, no wasted. It. You know, you know, it's like you have to kind of explain that to people and without being condescending. And, you know, hopefully, they'll they'll, you know, they'll learn something or they'll just, you know, be like, oh, okay. I feel better Togo still has the rights, but they have to wait for the contract expires. Okay. Granted on it. Yeah. You know? And it's that's like, you know, some people think tow just gave it away, you know? It would never. Yeah. So yeah, you you legendary is contract was for three movies. And that's basically the Hollywood standard three pitcher deal. Except marvel MC you broke all that marvel studios. Just totally destroyed that model, you know, once they got rolling once they knew they had something happening. You know, they went up screw three pitchers were just going to keep going. Although, you know, it's like you got ironman one-two-three yet, captain America one two and three and we've had four of injures films. You know, so and there's going to be three guardians pitchers and so on three three four movies are usually works. Yeah. Three is. Usually, you know, it's it's it's the George Lucas model, you know. And that's where the kind of came from the George Lucas model because you know, if you had the three pitcher plan earlier than Star Wars, you know, you know, you had, you know, we don't we only have like three three Sean Connery bonds. Right. You know? And that's the sad thing about Star Wars that that Potter bothers me about stores thinking back on stores, but we'll get if we have time. We'll get back to them. Or another time. But. It should have been the adventures. The continuing adventures, Luke Skywalker and not just three movies. It should have been like bond movies where I just kept going and going Skywalker. This time, you know, which was the original plan if we make enough money, we'd just keep making these Skywalker movies. And then Georgia's wife left him, and he just wanted to end the whole thing. So the three it became a three pitcher. Then here's my main concern with king of the monsters is for me. Nobody me on track here, man. A lot of them an hijack the whole thing. That's fine. It's we're just talking man. Yes. The my main concern with Zillah kina monsters is for me. I don't know. How do you make it any bigger because this movie's been teasing that they have all these titans, and you have king Cadore road in and mothra. I feel like Godzilla vs King Kong for someone that's followed kaija films as long as I have in obviously longer low with you. That's kind of a letdown in comparison to these three big monsters that are going to be in this, right, right? Yeah. It's like like a giant ape what he's he's dealing with king Adora here. Right. You know, even though Kong is an icon. You know? Yeah. It's kind of like, okay. Well, that's a little more focus that should have been the other way around. Right. You know, I understand what they're doing. I mean, the song is the bigger icon. That's the moneymaker. But yeah, I think what they wanna do is like legendary wanted to make sure to they didn't know how long it was gonna take to do these movies because you know, once they Gareth Gareth Edwards film came out. Then there was this sort of like they pulled back and said we're going to. We're gonna we're gonna we're not gonna make the next movie for four more years. Well, yeah, they wanted to do the shared universe thing. So they made called Kong skull island, which that did you like concord island? Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was I thought it was entertaining for what it was. But it's horrible movie. It is such a cartoon. It is it has no semblance of reality whatsoever. All the actors they cast in that are sort of like they don't belong there. And they all look uncomfortable. It why there's so many in that film. I don't know why they needed that many names. I mean, it's got everyone has anything. Most people have nothing to do. Right. They build up Tom hilson. And I think they just put him in there because of you know, him playing woke right arson. Same thing like, she's just the girl. Yeah. It takes pictures in. There was a seem it was so ridiculous. I usually the way that I grew up. I was so obsessed with movies that I would sit and watch the movies without uttering a word even as a small child. I was just like hypnotize mesmerized by movies. And when people would talk or kids go to kid's matinee eight years old at a kid's matinee, it's nothing. But eight. Eight year old average kids, there's you know, whatever kids just full kids, and I would hate it. Because I shut up I'm trying to watch the movie. I wasn't throwing popcorn and running around. That was like all you need to settle down. Even though I didn't do that. I was afraid to do that. I didn't wanna get pummeled. But that's the way my brain works is I I'm watching this damn movie. So I've never spoken out in a movie or or or or vocalized anything less of disdain in less. I was cheering or applauded you which became didn't really become common till Star Wars star. Okay. So that's one that started happening because now it's super common with the big blockbusters. Right. Well, it it's it's come back. You know, it came back because during the seventies, you know, when I was growing up most of the movies, very cynical. We're living in very cynical times. I mean, we think today's times or cynical, and they they are there. They're horrific, but you know, back then that was the worst of all time besides the depression and World War Two. I'm not trying to marginalize anything. But the time that I grew up in you know, you had you know, yet. Watergate, Vietnam, you had a still happening. You had energy crisis. You had a recession. You had a lot of distrust in the government. Yeah, we have a lot of a lot of things going on man. And so a lot of movies especially movies that were coming out of what they call the new American cinema in late sixties things like easy rider. And and other pitchers are very either a cynical or cynical and bleak or cynical bleak. And nihilistic were the nobody had happy endings. Everything was dirty scummy and everybody died whether it good guys repainted grey. And that's the way it was. And then a Star Wars came along and was just a cure escapism of good versus bad, white, hats and black hats. And that's why became such a hip because it was a Parsis for people all ages. I mean, it was really a cultural phenomenon because like I said before by the time you. Get in the seventies all horror films scifi films made for kids and what one critic actually wrote in. I I'll have to track it down. But one critic said describing a movie reviewing site Anisi mill movie, and I can't remember which one it was. He goes this movie was made for the very on an adult in with children something along the lines of this movie was made for children and retarded adults said that about Star Wars. No, no, oh, I can't remember the pitcher. Okay. But that's that's a critic that was the common that was the common thought or he said adults are adults that think like children. Oh, man. You know, it was very derogatory. Obviously, you know, I think you know, anyway, so that was the basic prevalent thought of horse science fiction fantasy films and. Twentieth Century, Fox had no faith in Star Wars is the widely known story. I'm not revealing anything that people who are in a Star Wars. Now don't know rather. And and they kept trying the kept threatening George with cutting the production like we're just gonna shut you down. If you're not finished. We don't care. We'll just shut you down and will assemble what we can. And or would just not release the movie at all. Geez. What a mistake that would have been if they want to shut him. Yeah. He had one guy. He had one guy at Twentieth Century Fox who was the main the head of Twentieth Century, Fox. That was the only guy that was, you know, his cheerleader that believed in this pitcher, and that you know, kinda like kept these guys at bay until they could actually finish the movie, but anyway, so Twentieth Century, Fox banked all their money that year. This is the same company. Twentieth Century, Fox released Star Wars, they had no and produced it they had no confidence in this. Pitcher. They were banking. They put all their eggs in. There are big science fiction. Hit of the year is damnation alley. I'm here to say ever heard of that movie. There you go. That was like the one of the biggest bonds like Twentieth Century, Fox at that point in the seventies is being reorganized, and it was like on very shaky legs and Star Wars movie that they hate it. They didn't want made. In fact, all the other studios turned down producing Star Wars and Twentieth Century, Fox was the last hope to get it. And and to produce that pitcher, and but all the exacts put all their eggs in a basket for pitcher that was based on a novel post-apocalyptic begin the seventies post apocalyptic movie about survival after nuclear holocaust, and they had built this huge tank. Kind of this big giant was kind of like a big giant post-apocalyptic van call the land master, which was the main characters kind of try trek across country. The three of the survivors. I think and they tried to cross country to find to find a, you know, any humans that are still. And they cross through like flaming desert and raging seas. Like, I think the Great Lakes turn into an ocean. And they try to cross that there's violent storms, and there's giant scorpions and man-eating cockroaches. I'm not kidding. This is all in this pitcher. And I mean, it looks like a TV movie. What is the name of this again? It's called jam nation alley and it stars frigging, George parred and Jan Michael Vincent damn nation. And and Winfred from from Star Trek to I can't remember his first name. Now. See my brain is perpet-. I can't remember those junk some of the names forget, John, Michael, Vincent del. John. Michael Vincent, recently passed away, George prepared from the a team who later was in the eighteen and and in in basically, a bunch of, you know, other, you know, I it's just it's a disaster. Astros pitcher that was a disaster. You know, and it's not really great. It's it's a fun time capsule to watch it. But you I Twentieth Century, Fox. Bet on that movie. And it's flop. Wbt hard it crashed and burned and and Star Wars turning this huge phenomenal. Because you have this post-apocalyptic very cynical. You know, people die in it main characters die. Nobody's really alive. At the end Star Wars was kind of you know, say for a secondary secondary heroes third tier heroes died the big death. Is you know as OBI wan? Right. So right, which wasn't originally. He wasn't regionally supposed to die. You know? He was supposed to be in the command center at Yaban. And I think I think alleghenies wanted off the pitcher. He's like, I don't do anything. But I'm standing around with everybody else was looking at screens. So I don't my character has nothing to do after this after we leave, you know, after we leave the death star. I have nothing to do said. Why don't you just kill me off could be a powerful moment. Well, you're let's get into this. Because we have about another ten minutes or so. Okay. This this has been this week this last week was the one of the biggest weeks in terms of nerd long form storytelling history. Right. Did you catch endgame? Are. You did what are your thoughts? Oh, yes. I did. Well, how big of a marvel fan? Are. You MC Yufeng are you when I was growing up. I've reached for marvel comics, I wasn't a horror comic. I didn't care if it was a C, you know, a house of secrets sore where monsters dwell, our work creatures, Rome. But when I turn to superheroes. I didn't even really by Batman comics, even though I watched the Batman TB show. And I watched the Batman cartoon, so the super friends and stuff like that. But make my marble man was my guy as a kid, and you know, the spider man, the fantastic four. And then as I grew older, I really got into the new generation X men, you know that. With wolverine site night, crawler colossus and on right? And my cousins, my older cousins had like the early X men, the very first x men comics and that has four so when I would go to their house, it would read their comics. You know? Luckily, they trust to be not the throw him across the rumored, you know, take a crane onto them. But so I have that experience of you know, like, I think one of the first fantastic four comic books. I remember reading was they fight analysis. And yeah. And that was kind of blew my mind because the George, you know, the the Jack Kirby art, man, king Kirby and kind of just blew me away. But yes, so you start a Spiderman I watched those those really a terrible terribly animated marble cartoons that were on TV. The very short ones that they did with the the hulk and iron man, and that was kind of like the gateway drug. Too. Because those were actually they just took comic books and cut up the panels, you know, and just kind of made the move around a little bit. But they carry those story arcs, you know, over from the comics, and that was kind of a really good introduction for very small boy. And so, yeah, when you know, an ironman came out, I kind of like. Maybe this thing, you know. We've got the Spiderman that Sam Raimi's Spiderman movies like they're they're good. They're really good. I really wanna like him. But I can't completely love them. I don't hate them. I'm not gonna pick them apart. But there was just something missing Utah, mother Raimi's spider man films. Yeah. Yeah. And then, you know, I lived through all those other crappy marvel movies before that, you know. Like, the captain America movie from cannon films and never really got released. Or is that really got really is that the fantastic four film that one thing that's the one that got never got released. Yeah. That was a total write off that was like some weird bizarro world. The. America one was where red skull's in Italian instead of nice. Yeah. It's weird. Right. And then yeah. Yeah. And then you had like, you know, the TV stuff with red Brown, and the credible TV show, and the Spiderman live action show those were like I was like where are the villains where the monsters I was a kid. So I went. But when I came out, you know, from, you know, check out Anisi scifi horror films. You know, let's go see iron man, and I was like holy shit. They did this right? You know, nail the needless to say, they spiked the landing, and you know, any any any gyna- sister could tell you that the last ten years of these MCI films. But yeah, endgame was like last year, I was blown away we're speechless. Obviously everybody was speechless at the end of Infinity war. I just could not really believe that they took the material that seriously, even we'd come so far with all these other pitchers for better or worse with some of them, usually really good. If not fantastic. And then this one just like that ending that ending the last scene. Spoiler alert. If you want to sit for last year's movie, we're talking about Infinity were seen it. Why? You can spoil that for. Sure. Yeah. So you know, you have you know, have like fan os just sitting down and looking at the sunset. It just has his, you know, kind of like a little not a smirk, but he has like a this content since. On his face. And that was just like it's a hell of an ending up all bully shit shit. You know, they're getting them. You know, they're getting some curse our seven samurai, you know, stuff right here with a ending the film on that kind of a note and. And then game. Crap. I mean that is like that whole film is holy shit. It is and I've been reading couple comments from from just you know, fans talking about what they thought. And you know, there's always those guys that come out and go what was good? But it was great. I mean, I can just pick it apart all day. Right. I go though, it's the people that just want to pick apart everything or they have the their agenda of, you know, I'm a DC guy, don't like moral. So I'm going to try to pick this apart as much as possible or they have just expectations that are beyond what anybody can do. Right. You know, and if their expectations were met or they can make the movie that they envisioned in their head. It would probably be a horrendous affair. They would probably like, you know, drool over and all day because that's what you do with your own creation. Whether it's you know, bit or delivery, or it's an donnas. You know, it's like you're just gonna drool on it. But yeah, endgame was just man there. I didn't expect I had I had fleeting thoughts before the movie, you know, like before the movie to while waiting for this movie to be finished and released. You know, how are they going to work that out, you know? Well, maybe they're going to do this. I know they're gonna do something with a quantum realm. You know, they've set that up. It's obvious a child could have figured that out that they're going to do something with the quantum Rome. But what are they going to do is the important thing? And they hit these notes. Turn them around made them more complex explained it worked that out it tied everything in a bow. And at the same time, they're things that they that that are left at the end of the movie were it's not. When people say it's a plot hole. They don't know what they're talking about is. They're not really talking about them plot hall. They're talking about a untied not that is probably left untied for future. Phil, right. This isn't over. I mean, this is the end of this saiga, but they still gonna make more CU film. So oh, yeah. This is the end of the this erasure of the vendors, obviously. So you know, we're gonna we're gonna move on from here. But I mean, they just basically. You know, entertain the hell out of me. I went in there going like. It's kind of like it's kind of weird some of the things I've said I've been watching a lot more Kevin Smith lately just talking about movies and things he likes and going like, wow. This guy, and I are kind of like, you know, got simpatico. Here because you know, he goes, I go to these movies people tell me that I'm just blowing marvel, and, you know, you know, just because I, you know, I work in the industry and all that like, no I like these movies because I like them then I what I grew up on fan. That's why I just I just sit in the theater, I just go with the theatre say entertain me told me a story. He he goes. I don't care about what expecations Demi I go in go. And I I don't know what's going to happen. You tell me the story. Right. And that's pretty much. My thought is like I want to go in there. And you tell me a story. I think it's dangerous when you go in there with your own expectations of how the story should go. Because riots it's impossible that just never going to meet your expectation of a story. Yeah. You know or your expectations. Right. Really does do they hold any water? Right. Does that actually story? Yeah. Yeah. You know, that's that's the thing. And you know, the same thing with Bush wrap this up with the the, you know, or comfortable circle with king of the monsters. You know, so before endgame, I saw trailers and the king there, you know, the, you know, the fast and furious presents Hobson Shaw. Yeah. Yeah. We're gonna punch each other out for two hours. Yeah. Just punchy movie big punchy movie with super ridiculous. They're doing superhero crap in they're supposed to be mortal human. Yep. But it looks funny. And if it's anything like cash Tango. Oh, yeah. Maybe it'll be fun. Right. It's going to be ridiculous. It's only sometimes you can't go to over the top where it so. It's like, oh my God. Sometimes it's funny. It's a counterpoint. But all depends on how it's executed. Right. Right. But so there's that, and you know, that got a couple of chuckles out of me. I usually watch trailers ago. No pass, you know, and they were couple of those in then they got to king of the monsters, and I hadn't seen the final trailer. 'cause I just didn't want to look at it. I had no interest in seeing it online and. I went really son somewhere over the rainbow. Yeah. Somewhere over the rainbow. Yes. Really? I went that's an odd choice. Okay. I don't get the context. Maybe it'll figure in the movie, but this is just a trailer trailer doesn't mean anything. It's just the sales pitch right for the movie. That's all trailers are some people like rate trailers, they got wound up that trailer soft. It's doesn't matter. It's just a piece of advertising it is. It's not the movie people. Now, critique them as like seriously as a critique pitchers, the the the the whole motion picture, and that's frankly, kind of sad. So I see it, and it really didn't vote in motion out of me. And when they said Gita Gatara, they dropped, you know, they drop Gita Gidwani us name they dropped godzillas name. And I kind of cringed. When God's name was dropped. They drop into kind of weird because one guy goes like oh God. And the other guy go Silla. Yeah. And that's how they dropped it. Yeah. There was what's her? What's what's the actress's name from? I'm I know I'm screwing her whole name. She was in Bates motel he'd be shown it's in. But anyway, she she says, you know, we have to we have to God's zone. Yeah. Yeah. We have to win it sounded like a line from like immediately around for me. Yeah. There you go. Thank you. It reminded me of the Mattel TV commercial from nineteen seventy eight with the shogun warrior. Don't get him. God zillah. We're just kind of like it's like it's like the it's like the the delivery of somebody who's dubbing anime. We're in a cartoon. Yeah. Well, that's not how the Japanese actors do it. But they kind of taken holding thing straight. But you're going I can't separate acting from cartoon even though this is like people being raped and murdered in this enemy. I'm gonna cartoon. So, you know, kind of it was kind of jarring, you know. And I just kinda went. So the trailer the they had men in black trailer when I was like. I feel about that. But you know, hey, it's got. I wasn't all that in that. You know, I might go. See it if somebody says, it's really funny. You know, if not I'll see them came. I like Hemsworth. He's funny. He's naturally. He is very funny. And but anyway, so then they got to the last Jedi. I I mean last June. I got that was last year. Got they got to us rises. What's it called the rise of Skywalker? Yeah. They got to that trailer in all the fields happened. Yeah. That's good for you all the feels happened. And I'm known as the God Zillah guy and the gods will trailer didn't do a thing for me. And frankly after watching game of thrones last night. I thought the dragon stuff. In last night's episode of. Jio t was better than anything. I saw on the all trailer. They did a really good job with the dragon stuff. That was amazing especially for TV. I was all evil. Well, they went above the clouds and all that the moon framed in their moonlighting, the top even with the dragons fighting, and then the the evil dragon the the white Walker dragon having had his face cut off. And he's still spin out fire through that PLO broken part of his face was was awesome. But I mean, just those those those shots were there. You know, they they flew up above the clouds, and they don't know where the the, you know, where the the the zombie dragon is. Yep. The dad dried him, and you know, they're just kind of like they kind of hover for a second before they die back down the clouds. I was like, wow. I know that looked better than any of the monster footage. I saw on the Godzilla Kayla monsters trailer. Now, I know that just one brief scene, and you got I haven't seen the movie, but I just said that's why I said when I saw the trailer because I don't know what you don't know what's been tweaked. What's not going to be in the finished film? How how much they're going to change it for the finished film at etc. Etc. So that will have to be judged on its at its own thing. So the only thing I hope for any of these movies. I don't I don't care if if. You know, if they keep making these American guns little pitchers or not, and they wanna have all these crazy monster scenes, that's fine. You know, what I care about is story right here about is the quality of the writing, and, you know, hopefully, get decent actors and a decent director director that can handle actors because there are some actors that are great when they have a good director. There's other there's other actors you can walk on set and not leave a dry in the house. The camera a lot of directors can't act or a can't direct actors. They can shoot beautiful things. But yeah, that was that was a problem with that was the problem with skull island is that the director of that film. I don't personally he might be a great guy. Couple of people. I know have you had conversations with them in palled around with them a little bit. But you know, it's like he is a guy that knows how to like he's cutting action scenes it used to win stuff with the camera captured Viet nam, and that that feel of he did nothing with the actors and the music the music was so forced you know, it was kind of ridiculous. Oh, I one thing. I wanted to touch on. I had I had a thing about skull island where it got to a point where we're seeing I was always been respectful in theaters watching movies, even if I've seen something like count, your vampire, you know, watching some low budget vampire, film, you know, I would just watch it like, I would watch, you know, Dr Strangelove, you know. Sit there and just get into the tell me the story. Let's I'm gonna go with you. And at the end, they'll go alright or that was great. And so at still island it got to a point where my two friends that one with Omar in Marcus, we were kind of groaning at things, and we were laughing we were having a good time. We're having a good time with the movie not at the movie, but with the movie, but it got to the one point where Samuel Jackson has his standoff with Kong, you know, what he at night. He's holding the torch place like your clarinet. I forget what he says. Yeah, he goes come and get me, you mother gorilla. Whatever he says, I don't remember. I saw once I only saw the movie once that was enough. I saw theater don't need to see it again. Not because I hated it. Not because I thought it was terrible is I don't feel the need. It doesn't that movie. Did not make me want to revisit it. I saw it. So we're done. No offense to skull island. But and I know a guy who went I bought four copies on DVD, Blu Ray or whatever like okay saving for the apocalypse when the hope there's Elec trysofi to watch those. And so okay. So Samuel Jackson is facing off. And he's got the torch. He's yelling at Cong Cong staring at them when Samuel Jackson razor, and I hadn't seen this movie before this is my first viewing of the movie receiving the afternoon. We got our popcorn not drunk. We're not stoned. We're just on. We're just we're just on ISIS. We're on a sugar high and sodium in fake butter popcorn and Samuel Jackson raises his torch. And I went come on here to me kill me here. Predator Arnold, Schwarzenegger style. Well, it was like this is like did. He's I go. This director is now he's referencing predator. At this point. He's just lend actors, do whatever the hell you want. Right. You know, even Sam Jackson cut like he kind of just walked through that movie. You know, you just saying doing like, you know, we got we got a paycheck to paycheck and a trip to be in 'nam. Right. Awesome. Cool in Hawaii they shot in Hawaii to right? So you so you got that there. And then you contrast that with, you know, like Sam Jackson in captain marvel where you know, he's if he wasn't in that movie, you know, it would have been it would have been it would he would have been felt missed right? If he wasn't in that movie because he was every time he's on screen, and he's just like he's on he's on his game. He wanted to be in that movie. He's having a good time. But I don't think I don't think they were really they're doing this is the big gorilla pitcher. We don't care. It's just kind of sad. But that's the way things go. Well, August I'd love to keep this going. But it's one o'clock in the morning where I'm at right now, we will definitely hook up again. But is there anything you wanna plug for the audience before you go any any websites any books anything? I'll be looking for job. Hiring. Nice. Anybody wants to hire me to tough off and put him to sleep. I can I can do that this for you. I bought the book ED, Ryan masters, monsters master of monsters, and I I read it in. It's it's great. So a full of people are into the behind the scenes look into Taizhou filmmaking. Just SCI monster movie hill filmmaking. Uber I was one of the greats and August great job. He's the guy who was the, you know, he was the Willison Brian of Japan and the Ray hairy house and the George pal kinda all wrapped up into one. He's the guy that created that whole Japanese special effects techniques of the miniature cities in the in the guys the monster suits, and and it was a film innovator cinematographer and became the master of monsters, and he died nineteen seventy but he left a legacy that still going on now because Godzilla king of the monsters opens next month. Exactly. And if it weren't for AG Subaru. Brought to life in one thousand nine hundred eighty four physically we wouldn't be talking tonight. He wouldn't be want going to see this picture. One hundred percent. I guess thanks, man. They view.

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Garry Shandling kills it in hilarious first Tonight Show stand-up set 1981

The Johnny Carson Show

23:33 min | 1 year ago

Garry Shandling kills it in hilarious first Tonight Show stand-up set 1981

"Either and host will Schreiner and I'm excited to be sharing with you. Some of the great moments in the Johnny Carson show history today were reflecting back on and Johnny show from March Eighteenth Nineteen eighty-one and features an old Powell. Mine up man. Who went way too soon? The late Garry shandling Gary was a great comedian. He was a guest host many times on the tonight show but of course most of you remember Gary from the Larry Sanders show or it's Garry shandling. Show the Larry Larry Sanders show really sort of reflected a little bit of the tonight show in its own way and Gary was a a great comedian. We were great friends. One Quick Story About Gary. I remember we're coming back from doing a TV show in Canada and he wanted a ride home and I literally live like three blocks from him in Woodland Hills and I said Gary. I don't mind giving you ride the whole time. He apologized for going out of my way as a garry. I live two blocks from you. Relax but gary was neurotic as they came but also a very hard working working writer he wrote for Red Fox many other people as he was coming up and comedy and was a regular at the comedy store. I'd seen Gary many times at the comedy store Taking taking tremendous risks. He was famous for being his His yellow has notes on stage and looking at him as he performed but You'll look you look back and you'll see the town in the late. Great Garry shandling so now please enjoy holly Org Johnny Carson Show. This is Ed McMahon inviting you to join John and his guests for a look. Back at some of television's funniest moments ladies and gentlemen it up. Yeah we've gone please please please please. Don't stop thank you Tom Snyder. We'll be right uh-huh boy thank you for that applause. I give this audience of ten and I also give you twenty perfect eyesight for reading the sign. You are in a good mood and I tell you we have put a great picture together. It'll be on a week from Thursday. Are you feeling tom feeling very well. You see it. Did you find a word. Doc was telling me last night and maybe give word on jury duty. Oh don't say that and you're the defendant the I like that like that okay Lot of you might have town. I know you come out here. Come to the television show. I suppose you visit the Motion Picture Studios Disneyland. Most people. Don't set enough time. Aside and our vacation really visit Burbank. Now Look Burbank has got a lot of very exciting things here. Have you visited our famed restaurant row in Burbank. Aren't they have a great new place here at Chinese soul food restaurant while Uncle Toms Dragon. No there's a wonderful things to see here in Burbank. For example they have their own wax museum it's called Burbank. And they have also their own version of San Diego's seaworld. This called EPSOM salt world. Now they don't have the whale to have many of the Mermaid and only made the world stretch marks and she comes out of the water and the trainer. WHO's prunes up here at the terrible things I say about Burbank? And it's it's a nice city but anyway Tommy's filling in for doc. You never thought must doing a concert. Right Tom My writer says he's doing the Tommy. I love Tommy's great musician. He does a lot of arrangements for the band. Right guys. Great Sharks fellow say but personality analogy. Why is he is not electrifying? Tommy's idea of a big Saturday night to go down to the Lawrence. Welk show and count the dancers who dip. You are good night. You are really good or last night. I'll tell you last night. We had a rough audience. It is not easy coming out here. I'm trying to get laughs and you look out and Ucla Elle's angels and the third row trimming his chest. Here's the weed eater. The report in the newsroom just came in the elephant man was yester- arrested for greeting disturbance at the supermarket by requesting to be double bagged. We put a weird one in for our weird audience. Also this was just in Prince Charles as cancel his plans to ride ride. The mechanical bullet Gillies Bar following even following the saga of Prince. Charles His Royal Highness I will someday be the King of England. Apparently he wants to be. I don't know that you get to be a certified steeplechase rider something like that and the two times in the last week. He's fallen off his horse. And I hear lady. Diana just took out accident insurance for the wedding night. This is the prince's second that can pratfall in a week one more knocks. Gerry Ford out of the Guinness Book of Records. You Notice Ron. Reagan never falls off his horse. No you solve that problem years ago by putting polly on the saddle. Well this is the juvenile Saint Patrick's Day yesterday today we. We are still in the aftermath of Saint Patrick's Day and the kid about his consumption. But it is large. You'll see when your larger and you can drink more than somebody my size right because the body metabolism assimilate assimilates the. I don't WanNa see. It drank a lot yesterday but today the paramedics epic over and attach jumper cables to his liver in watching the news earlier. Tonight in our Secretary of State Alexander Higdon on. He puts up a tough front doesn't he. He's now accusing the Russians of training terrorists all over the world and he is acting very toughened delineating our foreign policy. As a matter of fact I understand come up with an idea for a new military uniforms. He's got four stars and a battery on the shoulder. Commercials off too long. Really our our governor of California Jerry Brown Says he may run the United States Senate and may try to unseat our junior Republican senator. Sl High `Akaola well that's true now that should be interesting race brown versus Hayek our the laid back in the lead out. I accomplish rather elderly. Seventy four actually sleeps a lot. That's why it's kind of a sad and I hate brings sad but you know it's my job to report what's going on in the country and of a man who visits show very frequently. One of my favorite guests was in the paper today Dr Doc. Carl Sagan world-famous Stran- Amore after twelve years is getting divorced from his wife. Now I hate to hear things like that and that's possible that's GonNa cost him in billions and the doctor. Carl Sagan's wife cited irreconcilable differences in the marriage. Barely Carl said they had completely different versions of the big. Big Bang. Theory is the twentieth twentieth anniversary of a birthday. None of you will know the poppin. Fresh pillsbury dough boy the the Lynn characters that from General General Mills Pillsbury goal. The pills did it. Just say the PILLSBURY moves around. I'm poppin fresh pillsbury dough boy anyway times of James Today for the first time. The bills worried doboy came out of the closet and admitted for the past two years. He's been living with Mr Bill. The new young comedian. I think this is first appearance on the show. Garry shandling tonight. I don't know what I want. I want all here. There's something underneath. There's a magazine. I not leader as cats dearly. Beloved Television Show last night the fascinated me it was on. PBS KCET out here. which see Public Television Legion on? Animals called the Olympia of animals or Animal Olympics. Anybody seeing public on. We probably won't get anywhere. They were talking about man's brain being so highly developed the animals that were really the specialists of the world. You know their animals are gonNA run faster or they can stay underwater longer. They can certainly stay far. They can lift Hundred Times our own weight and they can do all these things and then they were talking about a bird. A bird recall. I think called the Swit- bird lovers here is that is that a a a bird. Bird called the swint. Did you know Oh. Did you know that the birth fascinating to me. I've just bringing it up a passes along this little educational feature when the bird is born for the first three three years of its life it never stops flying. Never never thank you. It never lights. I was about to say that Never liked three years. It eats in the air. I guess it meets during flight on. Well listen listen why they call it the switch. I don't know what does that mean. What does that mean as the silliest thing past of Swat Swat yes awesome? Thank you mates in the airport and even sleeps apparently glide for three years the bird never yeah well does. This shark continually slim never stops swimming. Shark never stops all life comes. I got to do with this. You say for the first three a years this is all its life. It never stops swimming but this bird is in the shark is in the water. Be Silly to see a shark lying around. The the logic of this a shock never stops. Swimming Shark is bullied by the water. Its own weight it can. It can rest and move in the air from one thing to do this for trees. I see what you mean. Just the three. They figured that that swift travels through a million miles in that three years and then lands. Now I don't know what it does say. Oh so. Give me a little nappy his tree. Why brought that up? I was stunned by that revelation. I did not know this for three years. The bird does nothing but the one that's got it'd be born. You're right about now. They're not sure about sharks. They're not sure they say that. They have to keep moving but not constantly swimming. Sharks do rest at night. So that doesn't mean that they're why at night what was short wavelength. What's the difference between night? Which Shark The Sun? Go down and use the sunglasses go into the water. There are only feed at night then. They're called night feeders. Good name for yes. Yes so. So shark sharks h dark. I think I'll get you. I'M GONNA check that out. What what do you mean on? I plan to do any more good time to quit and go to guess. Now the bird lovers orthon right now my right in that making that up. Are you familiar with the swit- correct three other. Any shark enthusiasts off now. Is there anybody that Nick theologist. Geologist's here what would you sit with your theologist Is that true about a shark. They swim constantly. You know I don't think they what they never stopped moving on. Come on what because the water doesn't go through has to go through the Gills. The water has to keep going through the Gills. Can't they stop once in a while. Now some people say yes they can stop once in a while after dinner or something. I may have a cigarette. After sex. They smoke a hearing. It will be right back. This is a good night for young comedians. First appearance on network television does the audience is in a good mood. And things were really cooking Gary Tucson Arizona fears regularly at the comedy any score the comedy store in Hollywood in the comedy. Magic Club in Hermosa Beach California. I said this is the first time so making fuel well would would you welcome Gerry Shannon. Wow that's very nice. I'm so excited to be here. I had a great day. I went to the bank earlier today. And your free. These are free just Yank these things and they pop right out and I got a desk calendar to need a screwdriver to change the numbers. But they're free and then. I went to the laundromat today because they have free close at the LAUNDROMAT. Pick up a few things and I love going to the LAUNDROMAT. Because you see people wearing the last ask thing they want to wear. If you've ever known that were wearing Bermuda shorts and a Nehru Jacket and I just don't WanNa see that then. I had dinner tonight at a little restaurant. You know when you go into place and they say sit down. We're going to call you when your tables ready and you sit down and listen for your name over some cheap speaker you know and and you never hear your name. What you hear is already too? So the data you ask him honey look stupid you go up there and feel funny honey but your dress for going up there. What they should do is just described? The people see then we know who they're talking about. They could just go the couple with the ugly children your table and we know it's these people people over here we're so sorry You want to cover those kids up. We're GONNA try to eat here. Thank you very much that a nuclear accident. Or what. My God dinner last night at a friend of mine's house and he has What do you call those things Baby baby and I'm a single guy. I don't know how to relate to this too. Well you know and the baby's crawling around on the carpet and this baby Loads up his diaper. You know and I'm sitting there you know. And the mother comes over and says isn't that adorable brandon made a gift for Daddy. Now I'm figuring this guy's gotta be real easy to shop for on the. I know what to get this guy. You know what I mean. Go ahead frank. Open it up go ahead. I made it myself frank and L.. I I don't have any babies have two dogs From a previous marriage I have I have a sheepdog. We're going to have an Irish setter. I gotTa tell you about. My Dog. Came My sheepdog kicks when he sleeps. Okay now a friend said that means. You're dog's having a nightmare now. What's a nightmare for a dog? Did you ever stop to think about it. What he's drinking out of the toilet lid falls? That's about it for a dog. You know I had that one wants myself but I didn't kick in my sleep. The other. The other dog is just Irish. Setter and Are Sort of hyper inbred like my cousin Stewart. And what happens when it thunders. thunders she digs up the carpet to get underneath the carpet to get away from the thunder and the vet game. These animal tranquilizers to give their doggie downers or something. I I don't know what what they are. But they tasted a real mindy and they were hard to swallow. She's still goes under the carpet but I go with so now we have a great time. I can't wait for it to rain now now I was animals. There's so weird. I was camping up in Sequoia National Park and I'm Jewish owned my friend said. Hey Jewish people don't camp and we do we just have catered catered. That's all so I'm up in the sequoias I'm staying at Sheraton up there and the they I'm out in the country you know I'm driving my car. And there's a cow on the side of the road now. We've all done this because we're mature adults when you see a car on the side of the road you stick your head out the car window and go tap like we expect that cow to be thinking. Hey there's a cow driving that how can we afford man thank you. I wrote some of these jokes. Sir My dad. I used to go camping with my dad. And he's such a wonderful guy. He's older than me and he's gross. Is Your Dad Gross. I we know my dad comes at the breakfast table like this. What's for Breakfast Dad? We're trying to eat here. Put a robot or something grossing out the cat then a sheet on some Daniel unbutton his pants after he eats all beds do this. They unbutton their Pants Hansen. Then he'll unzip his fly and then you can judge how good the meal is by how far down his zipper one time. He stood up and his pants fell to the ground. You know and we were at restaurant and all the other fathers turned and said wow what is he eating. The I used to go to Disneyland with him. How many of you have been on that right? It's a small world at Disneyland. His new land anybody's scared on that ride just me great The worst thing about that ride is for the rest of your life and your head you hear that darn song for the rest of your life. It's a small world nine nine nine nine and Gimme a break all right then. I went on pirates of the Caribbean. I'm home cleaning my best ride isn't it but I'm hoping my house and I'm going on Yo Yo and on and on and I'm making love and I'm going Yoho young and the girls going it's a small world it's nice to see you see somebody come out and really Had some funny material. His name is Garry shandling. Blink beaulieu thank you. Well that's all for now. Thanks for listening. Make sure to subscribe to hear more memorable moments from Johnny Carson.

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Take Me As I Am, Whoever I Am With Rebecca Hall | Encore

Modern Love

26:05 min | 1 year ago

Take Me As I Am, Whoever I Am With Rebecca Hall | Encore

"Modern love the podcast is supported by do. Eat this donate that. If you feel like it's time to finally end your war with food you'd this is the podcast for you food. We need to talk. Subscribe on Apple podcast. Or wherever. You get your podcasts high. Modern love listeners. Here's has someone changed your life with an act of kindness on WBZ wars kind world podcast. We tell stories about extraordinary kindness. And we'd I'd love to hear your story call us at six one seven three five three six three five zero and leave us a message telling us your story of kindness. That's six one seven three five three six three five zero produced by the island at WBZ. Warr Boston from the New York Times and WBZ BOSTON. This is modern love stories of love of loss and redemption. I'm your host Meghna Chakrabarti this month. We're revisiting some of our favorite episodes of modern love the podcast that have been adapted for television. This week will go back to a story by Terry Harry. Cheney it's about dating while living with bipolar disorder. It's episode three of the Amazon show actor Rebecca Hall Red Tears Essay for the podcast back back in two thousand sixteen you may know. Rebecca as Vicky in Vicky Cristina Barshop Luna she also stars in the upcoming thriller the Night House as a bipolar woman. I've lived much of my life in a constant state of becoming someone else the precise time for my disorder. It is ultra radian rapid cycling. Which means that without medication? I am at the mercy of my own spectacular mood swings things up for days charming talkative if you sieve funny and productive but never sleeping and ultimately hard to be around than down and essentially immobile for weeks at a time. This darkness started for me in high high school. When I simply couldn't get out of bed one morning no problem except I stayed there for twenty one days as this pattern continued? My parents friends and teachers grew concerned but they just thought that I was eccentric eccentric after all I remained a stellar student. Never misbehaved and graduated as class Valedictorian. Vassar was the same where I thrived academically. Despite my mental illness I then sailed through law school and quickly found career success as as an entertainment lawyer in Los Angeles where I represented celebrities and major motion picture studios all the while. I searched for help through an endless parade parade of doctors therapists drugs and harrowing treatments like electroshock to no avail other than doctors. Nobody knew at work where my skills and productivity were all that mattered. I could hide my secret with relative ease. I kept friends. Friends and Family Unaware with elaborate excuses on showing up when I was sure to impress but my personal life was another story and love. There's no hiding you have to let someone know who you are. But I didn't have a clue who I was from one one moment the next when dating me he might go to bed with Madame bovery and wake up with Hester Prynne west of all my manic charming coming self was constantly putting me into situations that my down self couldn't handle for example. One morning I met a man in the supermarket produce oil. I hadn't slept for three days but you wouldn't have known it to look me. My eyes glowed green. My strawberry operate blonde hair. Put the strawberries to shame. And I literally sparkled. I'd WANNA gold sequence shirt. The supermarket. Manning taste is always bad. I was hungry but not for produce. I was hungry for him and his well worn jeans. Yankees accused cop slightly. Askew I pulled my car alongside his and started lascivious Lee squeezing peach. I like them nice and infirm. Don't you. He nodded and no bruises. That's Sola needed an opening and I was off. I told him my name Adam. His likes and dislikes and fruit sports presidential candidates and women. I talked so quickly. I barely had time to hear his answers. I didn't buy any peaches but I left with a dinner date on Saturday. Two nights away leaving plenty of time to rest shave my legs and pick out the perfect outfit. But by the time I got home the darkness had already descended. I didn't feel like plowing through my closet. All unpacking sacking groceries. I just left them on the counter to rot or not want to de matter. I didn't even change. My sequence shirt. Tumbled Lynch bed as I was and stayed there. My Body felt as if I'd been dipped slow drying concrete. It was all I could do to draw breath in and push push it back out over and over I would have cried from the ship. Monotony of it. The tears were too much effort on Saturday afternoon. The phone rang. I was still in bed and had to force force myself to rollover pick it up mater. It's a jeff from the peaches. Just calling to confirm your address Jeff Peaches. I vaguely remember talking to someone who fit that description but it seemed a lifetime ago and that wasn't me doing the talking then or at least not this me. I'd never with sequins in the morning but my conscience new batter get up get dressed history. My yeah it doesn't matter if she made the date you've got to see it through. When Jeff showed up at seven I was dressed and ready but mole? Oh for a funeral than a date. I was swamped in black. And hadn't put on any makeup semi naturally fair skin looked ghostly in one but I opened the door and even held up my cheek to be cased I took no pleasure in the field of his lips on my skin. Pleasure was for the living I had nothing to say not then or at dinner so jeff talked a lot at first then less and less until finally during desert he asked you. Don't by chance have a twin. Do you and I was crushed. When he didn't call a couple of weeks later I woke to a world gone? Disney daffodil Sunshine Robbins. Excuse by buds with trilling outside my window a song no doubt created especially for me. I couldn't stand a minute longer. I flung back the covers and danced in my nightie my gray flannel prison-issue ninety I caught one blips of it in the mirror shouted and flung it off to I rifled through my closet. It's something decent away but everything I put my hands on was wrong wrong wrong. The starters it was all black I hated black even more than I hated gray. redheads should be true to. Their colors. hollows whatever the cost I dug deeper and they're shoved way in. The back was a pair of skintight jeans and something Silky and Sparkley just what I needed an exquisite gold sequined shirt I. I looked good then. I talked on the jeans. I'd gained a few pounds during the last couple of weeks of sloth like existence but once I yanked really hard they've tiptop fine. Although something was sticking out of the pocket a business card with a few words scribbled across the back call me. Jeff Jeff Jeff. I kicked the ninety out of my way grabbed the bedside phone with six. Thirty am too early to call no offer offer good old Jeff. It rang and rang. I was about to give up when a thick sleepy voice said hello. It's me why haven't you hold. It took a while to establish whom me was but eventually he remembered a okay. You sound different. He said Oh. No maybe you sound more like yourself and I'm not sure so early soon. I had him laughing so hard. He got the hiccups and had to get off the phone but before he did. He asked me out for Friday three nights away. No I insisted it had to be tonight or or even this afternoon. I didn't want to lose another chance to get to know him. I knew that Cinderella had only so much time left at the ball. We compromised on dinner that evening at eight. I spent the off noon ridding my house of all evidence of depression. I soaked in scoured and dusted vacuumed using every attachment. Even the ones that frightened me and I ran out and bought a dozen Casablanca lilies to hide the smell of ammonia and bleach. When the House looked perfect I turned on on myself with the same fury? I buffed and polished and creamed and blocked and did everything in my power to recreate Rita Hayworth. SMOKIER KILDA shattering my eyes. I remembered how poignant line about the movie every man I've known has fallen in love with Gilda and wakened with me gnawed at me to the point that my hand start trembling and I couldn't finish applying escora suddenly. I didn't look radiant. There were lines around my mouth and a hollowness to my is that age may ten years. My skin despite the carefully applied foundation and blush was so deathly Pale. I recoiled from my reflection. I sat on the toilet and started to cry. I had met the enemy enough times to know it by site. Now how how I prayed please not now Globes of Mascara ran down my cheeks and I wipe them away. Heedless list of the streets they left it was seven fifty seven. I had three minutes to wrestle my brain chemistry into submission. Oh sure aw I knew there was another option. I could tell Jeff what was going on but this was a man who didn't even like his peaches bruised. What would do you think of a damaged psyche? Maybe he would understand. Maybe I would find the courage. Maybe they would invent a cure. Maybe but not tonight as the doorbell rang and rang. I huddled in the bathrooms shivering. I was terrified. Not just of Jeff finding me that have me never once finding love when it was finally quiet. I rinsed off the rest of my scar and tossed my cocktail dress in the hamper. Then I buttoned up my gray flannel nightie and settled in for the long night to come. I never heard from Jaffa again. That was five years ago five long years of ups and downs of searching for just the right doctor and just the right dose. I finally accepted that. There is no cure for the chemical imbalance in my brain anymore than there is a cure for love. But there's a little yellow pill I'm very fond of and a Pale blue one and some pretty pink capsules and a handful of other callers. That have turned my life around under under their influence. I'm a different person yet again. Neither Madame bovery no Hester Prynne but someone in between I have moods but they don't send me spinning into an alternate persona. Stability Ironically is so exciting. I have decided to venture into dating again. I have succumbed to pressure from friends and signed up for three months of a computer dating service. Who are you the questionnaire asks except out? I want to be honest but I don't know how to answer here are mine now or who was I then. Dan Live seems so much. Tame these days deceptively quiet like a tiger with velvet pools every so often the sun shines too bright and I think for a moment that I owned The sky. I think how wonderful it was to be Gilder if only in my own mind but then I remember the price of the sky so I take off my makeup rumble. My hair and go to the supermarket and sweats the gold sequined shirt languishes in my closet. I'm thinking of giving it away not just yet Rebecca Hall Reading Terry Chaney's essay. Take me as I am. Whoever I am more from Terry after the break So when I was a kid everyone was trying to lose weight. Salad pleased and it clearly wasn't fourteen. Please tell me missile. Look that bad later on. I try dieting and I gained fifteen pounds food. We need to talk. That's the name of this I test. I'm I'm Dr Eddie Phillips. We're going to help you get to a healthier place with food food. We need to talk. Subscribe on Apple. PODCASTS forever Aram you get your podcasts. We're back it's modern love. The podcast a magnetic Roberti when Terry Chaney's modern love essay was published rushed. She unexpectedly became a poster girl for bipolar disorder. I was inundated by emails I'd say maybe thousands of them. I'm telling me their stories with bipolar disorder and thanking me for telling mine and While they were many sad stories there was also a lot of courage and resilience and just empathy for the condition. What her book manic a memoir was published two weeks later later it shot to the top of the bestseller lists then requests for speaking engagements came pouring in from across the globe? All welcome of course but Terry struggle struggle with bipolar disorder made it more difficult to take full advantage of these new opportunities. Well it's a day by day situation Actually for the past several years. I've been pretty stable on medications. Thank God we have the right cocktail at the moment. Because I've seen what I'm like without it and it isn't pretty but there are definitely times when I just wish I could be highly manic again and have that exhilaration but I know the consequences by now and it just isn't worth it. So what was it like to reveal this very personal story in such a public way before manic came out. I didn't disclose to anyone about my illness. Not My lover's my friends. My Co workers. Nobody except my doctors and then after manic was published. I suddenly got all these emails from Ex. Lover's ex-boyfriend saying we all. I always knew there was something wrong with you. I couldn't put my finger on it now. It completely makes sense so I was able to repair a lot of those broken relationships which was certainly a benefit. I didn't expect from disclosure. I was terrified to tell anyone and did she ever hear from the League guy. Jeff I never heard from Jeff again. It was funny. I expected to win. The Essay came out. Because I heard from a seemed. Every other person person in my past crawled out of the woodwork. But I did not hear from him. Terry is in a great relationship now. Her partner has taken the time to understand what it means to. Okay bye polar and what it means to date someone with bipolar disorder. He so familiar with Kerry's ups and downs that he can even see when trouble might becoming the Santa Ana winds were predicted to blow in southern California and he warned me ahead of time. That okay you're GONNA get manic because I always semantic during Santa Anna's and he told me you know batten down the hatches call my therapist take my medication and he knew before I you did what was going to happen. Terry will be bipolar for the rest of her life but does she ever wish it all away. My answer to that is no I get so many strained benefits from it. My creativity being probably the most salient. But also just a sense of you've being empathetic and more attuned to the world. I think in many other people Terry Chaney author of this week's essay take me as I am. Whoever I am Terry lives in Los Angeles and continues to write full time for third? Third Book will be out this fall. 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There's a little bit of an important sort of self delusion that comes with personal essay writing where when you're in the process of doing it ah aren't really imagining an audience or at least a lot of people who submit to modern love aren't because the odds of getting published are really slim and there's something something that is very Sort of Cathartic liberating intense and brave. in a personal way about doing that you know they can control the message. It's in their words and once they have that control and feel like they have that control so they can really just sort of open the floodgates and say okay. This is who I am. Dan Jones editor of modern love for the New York Times. This week's essay was read by Rebecca Hall so what drew her to this particular story. I found it a very moving portrayal of something that I have some understanding of. I suppose I know people that deal with this Also in the movie Christine apply someone. 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Paul the Waiter Ricca

Gangland Wire

22:01 min | 2 years ago

Paul the Waiter Ricca

"The. You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police telling unit detective, Gary gca. Good evening, folks, and you can hear we're not in the classic old ice house building and midtown Kansas City. I'm in my home studio trying to get a few extra things in tonight. I wanna talk about Paul the waiter Rica had little interaction on one of the Facebook pages as you Kaga, wet foot Facebook pages with rid Sullivan and can't remember who else been LX, and maybe wanted to make sure that Paul Rica was really known as the waiter that seems to be the consensus of everybody's opinion. Appall Rica are Paul the waiter Rica was born July tenth eighteen ninety eight. He died October eleventh nineteen seventy two. He rose from a small time member of the Comoro mafia Naples late to the boss of the Chicago outfit by the time. He died in eighteen ninety eight Paul the waiter Rica was born Felice they Lucia in Naples Italy by nineteen fifteen a seventeen year old for lease dilutes yet wasn't associate of the Neopolitan Comoro, mafia. He got his first real taste of mob life when he was ordered to murder a man named Emilio pareo lease Lucia was arrested, and at trial sessaion named Vicenzo capac- testified that he saw Delicias murder Pearl ego. Delucci testified he had killed pearly. Oh because early oh had disgraced his sister by breaking engagement with her. In other words, it was an honor killing Felice Delicias serve two years in Italian jail before scaping after he escaped he found that witness Vicenzo capacity. Oh, and and you know, what happens when a member of the Comoro, mafia? Find somebody who testified against him. He killed him. My slitting his throat delusive changes name DeLuca changes name to Paolo Mallya and fled to a small town named at Pristina about one hundred miles north of Naples. The heat was still on copter. Looking for him release yet left for France? Once he got the Francey found passage on a boat to Cuba while Cuba. He met a fellow member that 'camorra mafia from Naples man, named Giuseppe Esposito Esposito was known as diamond Joe in Chicago and had graduated from Chicago street gangs, the early nineteen hundred young Felice Delicias did not know at this time. But this connection would determine Paula waiters future. He ride in New York shortly after August tenth nineteen twenty just in time for prohibition at that point in time or sometime shortly thereafter, hang sizes named Paul Rica. Nineteen nineteen boasted act was passed and prohibition began in January of nineteen twenty Giuseppi Esposito are diamond Joe would just beginning to form bootlegging, gang and Chicago. He re. Recruited, his young friend from Cuba, Paul Ricca to come to Gago. And and join his bootlegging operation. He also enlisted members of the violence, Chicago street gang known as the known as the forty two gang. And one of these members was Sam Mooney. Jen Khanna when Paul Ricca, I arrived in Chicago. Of course, he moved to the Italian section close to downtown. He managed to get a job as a theater, Asher and diamond Joe hired him as a waiter for a small family restaurant that he owned the easy going and genial Pala wetter was soon on a first name basis with many of the mobster's came in and out the door that restaurant. One of these mobsters included alka poem Rican Capone had several mutual friends among Neapolitan gangsters who had returned to the oak country. Component Rica became good friends. I'll Capone regularly visited restaurant and Paul Ricca was soon hired as a full-time gangster. He rose very quickly in the Capone organization. He was admired by Capone for his intelligence and ability to obtain cooperation from fellow gang members. They also became close personal friends as well as. Fellow gang member. Capone was the best man at Rica's wedding in nineteen twenty seven because of this unique ability to get along with other gangsters other other mobsters Alkap own named Paul Rick as his emissary to the east coast. Mafia families in re in connection with his bootlegging organization, and may nineteen thirty two alka pony was sent to it land into the US penitentiary, they're after his conviction for tax fraud, the well-known Frank Nettie became the new Boston, the Chicago outfit, Nydia and Capone had agreed in advance that Paul Rica would be the new underboss in hindsight stories learned frighten any was reluctant and then skillful boss. Most people today agreed that Paul Ricca soon became the boss and all title, one problem with Nene was at the east coast mob bosses did not think highly of knitting by nineteen thirty two Charles lucky. Luciano and mayor Lansky informed the national crime syndicate they refuse to deal with knitting. Paul Rica frequently. Over room. Then he's orders such a move would normally be on thinkable in any crime family, but nitty did not object for some reason. When prohibition ended in nineteen thirty three the outfit had defined other sources of income because all east coast action was claimed by the New York and New Jersey mobs, the Chicago outfit turned this is west the open territory of Los Angeles, California, the fits the film industry as huge case. Cow just waiting to be milked. Nettie sent outfit Capito Johnny Rosella to Hollywood with a plan to extort money from major movie studios like ARCHE, oh paramount MGM Twentieth Century, Fox at this time. Frank was spending all the money he can earn in the rackets that he owned he loved the dice cards. He was a huge gamble. Roulette wheels horse racing dropped a bunch of money on horse racing. And he needed more and more money. All the time Rosella went to boxing gyms in Los Angeles and hard a lot of the old pugs with cauliflower ears. He used them to make visits to studio executives and shake them down. On when folks like high powered executives think their lives livelihoods are at stake. They'll pay up the outfits in another gangster named willy by off to California by off at already created a shakedown operation of Chicago movie theater. Projectionist hit infiltrated the national union of theater projectionist and used extortion. Plans in many cities on the east coast. Nettie sent by off to California he was instructed to infiltrate the international lines of the ethical stage employee's by off aided by Johnny. John handsome. Johnny Rosella eventually became the collector for the syndicate controlled unions in Hollywood extorted Maine's of dollars from major motion picture studios and buy off kept hundreds of thousands of dollars for himself. Willy by off was just a small time Chicago thug who went to Hollywood. And it went to his head. He soon was living in a mansion had expensive fancy suits or gold jewellery. Drove expensive cars and had solid gold. Business cards made up he caused a lot of attend. Shen big stir up there in Hollywood and everybody knew what was going on. And they were afraid well known actor at the time Robert Montgomery was a president of the Screen Actors Guild, and he got tired of it. He tipped off the IRS, California. Federal grand jury was convened. And a witness testified that Willie by off had demanded a twenty five thousand dollar payment from film, executive Harry Warner because the boys in Chicago expected a Christmas present another witness testified that by off told movie mogul Louis b Mayer there's no room for both of us in this world. And I will be the one who has here in nineteen forty three by off was indicted for tax evasion and other related crimes as well as extortion and racketeering. They also indicted several of his associates like Paul the way to Rica, Philip Deandra, Charlie cherry knows Joey Johnny Rosselli Lou Kaufman and Frank then Forster nitty from Chicago rather than face prison for this by off decided he would testify against his companions at this time. Frank nitty lived in the south. Suburb of riverside, Illinois on March eighteenth, nineteen forty three local police would not group of mobster bosses were meeting. Nitty suburban home. It turns out that Willie by off was a focus of this meeting at that time they feared the off at turn government witness since he was knitting man nitty had to deal with the problem. They demanded that nitty shoot by off even if he had to do it in a crowded courtroom at this meeting Rica ordered any to take the fall for all of them. Nitty was facing fifteen years in prison. This suggestion to not go over well with nitty, but he did not know what to do. And by this point in time. Paul Rica had really asserted personal as well as outfit dominance over Frank nitty nitty suffered from severe claustrophobia, and he was terrified of confinement prison. The next day March nineteenth nineteen forty-three niggers lawyer phoned him to tell him that he'd been indicted after getting that phone call Nettie hung up the phone walked into the other room took a pistol out of drawer, put it in his cO pocket. Put on his overcoat. What back into the kitchen and told his wife, I'm going for a walk. His actual last words to his wife were I want you to go to church this afternoon. I want you to go to a no Vena at Our Lady of sorrow after that a walked away alone. Frank nigga to a railroad track about a mile away and shot himself in the head. Paul Rica now became the actual head of this Kaga mob and name as well. As in fact, he appointed his friend. Tony Accardo is under boss after the Hollywood prosecutions and for the rest of his life Paul away to Rica was never caught doing a crime. He always let others do the crime for him and took part of the money as any well, respecting mafia boss would do the subsequent trial Willie by off testified against all these cog outfit, guys he moved to Phoenix under assumed name, but Willie by off always wanted to be a big time guy. He could not lay low by the nineteen fifties. Even palling around with well-known politician, Barry Goldwater, but he's past caught up with him. Nomer the fourth nineteen fifty five Willie by off. Turn to key in his pickup truck and a bomb blame to pieces in regard to the Hollywood prosecutions on December thirtieth nineteen forty three. Federal grand jury returned a guilty verdict for Rica and his associates h got the sentence of ten years in prison. Paul Rica and Louis campanion were sentenced to the federal penitentiary in Atlanta feeling never too far away from Chicago. They tried to get transferred to the Leavenworth prison in Kansas their requests for transfer was in neither again, and again, but Lanta pleasant officials the next request went a little higher this time to the bureau prisons in Washington D C again, this petition was denied then working through companions wife, Charlotte. Paul Dillon one time campaign manager for her. He has Truman and Saint Louis was contacted for help and getting the transfer over the vigorous opposition of the Atlanta warden the Atlanta prison board and the board of prisons in Washington DC companion Rica received or transfers to Leavenworth. Johnny Rosella had been sent to the federal prison at Terre Haute, Indiana. He contacted a Washington DC. Lobbyists and gambler named Sam beer to help. Get the rest of the outfit man sent to Saint Louis years later a memo will surface showing that the US attorney General Tom Clark requested that all the Jacobo outfit man who had been convicted in the Hollywood extortion crimes be transferred to Leavenworth once. They're Chicago mob. Underboss Anthony, Accardo and outfit political fixer Murray. The camel Humphreys paid regular visits each time. They came they would both sign as Joseph I bowl jer a mob attorney Ricca and campanion we're now back with mob associates. Johnny Rosselli cherry knows Joey and Philip the Andrea the group now made attempts to get parole, even though less than one third of their sentences at been served stumbling block for Rica campanion was or non payment of back taxes. Tony almost six hundred thousand dollars when Accardo and Humphries arrived in Kansas City on the train. Visit the prisoners a young up and comer with the Kansas City crime family named Knicks Avella would meet them and driving Leavenworth necks of Allah would. Go on to be the boss of Kansas City and eventually become an equal partner with outfit boss joy Yuka in the Vegas casino skim conspiracy in the nineteen seventies. And attorney name Eugene Bernstein was a former employee of the Turner revenue. He arranged for the six hundred thousand dollars and backpacks from money that he asserted was anonymous donations this was immediately after the war nineteen forty six. Forty seven alka pony will die January the eighth nineteen forty seven. The outfit will mobilize their political machine in Chicago to work for the election of Harry Truman in nineteen forty eight. They make connections with political factors close to the Truman campaign again with the help of Paul Dillon. Former campaign manager for president Truman a petition was filed for Perot. This is about three years after they were sentenced one week later and Panya Rica eight deandre Roselle were all released on parole. A all took the train back to Chicago, and huge party was held in their honor this travesty of Justice caused a public outcry and the men were warned to stay away from Chicago to the efforts. Of their turn as the men were soon able to return to their homes and businesses, however, as a condition of his parole Ricca could no longer be present in the company of other mobsters Rica than on the surface gave the appearance that he was going into retirement what he did. In fact, he continued to serve as a senior consultant to the outfits leadership Tony Accardo and no decision would be made again during his lifetime without his knowledge. The only Perot's and the case enraged Chicago press, which published Rica's claim that his influence extended clear into the White House printed accounts had Rica instructing his lawyers to find out who had the vinyl say so and granted him early Perot. And he was quoted as saying that man must want something money favors a seat supreme court. Find out what he wants and get it for him while several of the Chicago newspapers were bitter enemies of president Harry Truman, the fact was that attorney General Tom Clarke who had been appointed by her treatment did allow the early parole. Paul Rick, and the others Clark was appointed to the next opening on the supreme court nineteen fifty to the conservative Chicago Tribune called for the impeachment of the now supreme court Justice, Tom Clark because of his utter unfitness for any position of public responsibility. And especially for position on the supreme court hits vitriolic editorial rage. We have been sure of his unfitness ever since he played his considerable role and releasing the Capone gangsters after they served a bare minimum of their terms. Wants Rica was back in circular, and he became a real power and Chicago underworld because of the parole restriction. He appointed Tony Joe batters Accardo to be the boss. Remember that Accardo had visited Rican Leavenworth masquerading as his attorney and had kept Rican formed, a syndicate activities all along Rica remained as senior adviser and the real power behind the business decisions made in the outfit. He and Accardo both remained in the background as best. They could there remained. Well, insulated from any law enforcement investigates. Into outfit activities that keep offer committee hearings came along and the nineteen fifties as investigated organized crime families and each of the major eastern and midwestern cities by the time, they got done in Chicago. They were put out a statement and say that Paul Rica was a national head of the crime syndicate a few years later, the McClellan committee investigating organized crime referred to Rica as America's most important criminal Rica's testimony on the witness stand before each of these committees was punctuated by frequent please of the fifth amendment and nineteen fifty seven. The government was still after him. Paul Rica was stripped of his citizenship and two years later deported. He resorted to marry of appeals and delay Nexans even getting a court order to stay on deportation to Italy by bringing an action before an Italian court demanding that his talion citizenship be dropped in a remarkable action. Italian government would not take Rico back even serve out his old murder term, presumably because. He might adversly influence Italian prisons and talion criminals in Italian 'camorra into say, mafia members frustrated American immigration officials ordered Rica to apply to other countries. Grad him refuge following instructions Rica sent letters to some sixty countries supposedly seeking asylum, but apparently in an idealistic desire for full disclosure. He also included a packet of news clip is to explain why the United States wanted him to immigrate. Elsewhere, no nation expressed the slightest interest in accepting him. The government was still trying to deport Rico. When he died in nineteen seventy two by then Rica might have well accepted deportation to Italy. Hey spent many hours at the Alatau terminal at O'Hare airport listening to talion tourist speaking, the native tongue the consensus was that Rica turned a bit senile spending so much time at the airport federal agents were suspicious, they believed he was arranging meetings with smugglers of contraband drugs during the nineteen. Fifties. Rica through a cargo as the boss, they outfit oversaw the outfit. Moving into slot machines vending machines counterfeiting cigarette and liquor tax stamps, expanding narcotics mugging Accardo play slot machines and gas station, restaurants and bars throughout the outfit's territory, which sick and Chicago all the way up to Milwaukee all the way down into Hieaux, Iowa outside of Chicago, the outfit expanded into Las Vegas Accardo made sure that all the legal Las Vegas casinos used his slot machines in Kansas and Oklahoma that took advantage of the of the official ban on alcohol sales to introduce bootlegged alcohol. The outfit eventually dominated organized crime in most of the western United States to reduce the outfit's exposure legal prosecution. Accardo phased out, some traditional activities, such as labor, racketeering and extortion. He also converted the outfits brother business into call girl services. The result of these changes was a golden era profitability and influence for the outfit Cardo Enrica. Continued to emphasize keeping a low profile. They allowed men like Sam giancana to attract attention. Instead one great example of this was in nineteen sixty one. There was a wrestling tag team. Getting a lot of attention to man named Lou el-bahna Antoni Ulta Mara were wrestling as a mafia inspired tag team called us assailants. Tony Accardo supposedly went to them and ask him to drop the gimmick in order to avoid any mob related publicity by being aware of negative, publicity, and keeping a low profile, Accardo and Rica commanded the outfit much longer than the Fleischer. Alkap own is leads the Paul Ricca once said Accardo had more brains for breakfast than Capone had in a lifetime in nineteen fifty seven the I R S made it evident that Tony Accardo was in their sights. He Enrica grade to turn the official position as outfit boss over the Rica's. Oh, bootlegging gang member. Sam Mooney giancana, many suspected a large number of Chicago area. Murder victims were men who had been killed by Jan. Merely because Paula waiter wish that they would go away. It is believed that Accardo became gen con is conciliatory and removed himself from the day to day running the organization on fortunate did note that Accardo retained great respect they believed that Jen kata still had obtain the approval of Cardo Enrica on major business, including all murders. Unlike Accardo Enrica Sam giancana lived in Austin tastes lifestyle. A frequent posh nightclubs he dated high-profile, well singer, Phyllis McGuire. And he refused to distribute some of the profits from out fit control casinos in the Caribbean to other members it was during this time that FBI agent Bill Romer and his top hoodlum squad started what we came known as operation lockstep. Operation lockstep had age inside to it. And they were to follow G and Kana everywhere. I went right behind him. If he left in a car, they drove rape pulled away from the curb their car and didn't even let one car get in between. Them if he walked out and walked down the street. They walked a few feet behind him. If he went into a restaurant the agents obtained a table as close as possible giancana and his party if he played golf they Horner weigh in. So they've become they force them directly behind giancana. If he went to movie, they set behind him Ricca and others in the outfit believe that gen con was tracking too much attention. Because of this John Jen county was so frustrated by this. He sued the FBI civil court for Azman. And then the final decision the court ordered the FBI agents had to at least maintain one foursome between therefore some giancana soon after the soon after the bureau was able to put giancana jail for federal contempt of court. He got one year for this in nineteen sixty six this was the final straw in a cargo Rica replaced giancana with a much lower profile hard case named joy. I Ubah Rica died in his bed Tober nineteen seventy-two. This is an event that would cause some shockwaves in the outfit. Now acid outfit boss Sam giancana. And Paul Rica went back to the forty two gang days and diamond Joe Esposito bootlegging empire for so long. As Paul the waiter was alive. Jen kinda was safe as where some Jan Khan is more erratic backers like our friend mad Sam distal, oh within months of Rica's death. This defined was murdered by other members. A couple of years later giancana was zest naked as well. Rica's hand was all powerful but not from the grave. That's ends. A story of Paul the waiter Rica well-known mobster, but spent all of his life, basically in the shadows in the background. Thanks, folks. I hope you enjoy that. My lawyer I respect for that question. My answer may tend to. Using provided by our good friend and superfan from Portland, Oregon. Casey mcbride. Thanks, casey.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda's Dad Gets The Spotlight

The Frame

25:51 min | 11 months ago

Lin-Manuel Miranda's Dad Gets The Spotlight

"From the Mon Broadcast Center at KABC This is the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John Horn on today's show as the corona virus spreads movie theaters. Remain Open but how much longer will they have films to screen then in a documentary about Luis Miranda his son lin-manuel says he shares more than a few similarities with Alexander Hamilton? What I keyed in on was his relentlessness. And when I got to the part and Ron Chernow's book where he writes his way off the island to get an education. I mean that's the part where I go. I know this dude. He raised me and will visit music festival. That's known as Europe's version of south by South West. That's Today on the frame. We'll be right back. Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas. In for John Horn. It's been a devastating week for the entertainment industry as Kovic Nineteen forces to cancellation of public gatherings. All over the world. Movie theaters are struggling to cope with two major factors declining attendance and delayed film releases from Motion Picture Studios theaters around the globe have closed but major change like AMC and cinemark have not yet decided to close up shop here in the US. Here's John Horns discussion with senior film writer at Variety Matt. Donnelly one that we've been reporting on depicted but theaters will close regionally not a blanket. You know all the movie theaters in the country represented by trade group called NATO But we imagined that they'll they'll try to close out in pockets of the slow wave to get as much you know revenue as they can. Nato is the National Association of Theatre Owners and just a couple of days ago. They cancelled their annual convention which was scheduled for the end of the month in Las Vegas. The other factor is that a lot of major releases are being pulled from the calendar. Disney has pulled. Moulin the new James Bond Movies. Nocco come out the next fast and furious sequel. Fast Nine has moved to next year. There are a number of other movies that have been placed on hold. What kind of problems does that create for those theaters that remain open because it seems like a lot of the tentpole movies aren't going to get released? Yes the great question. I mean it doesn't incentivize an audience to brave public faces when you don't have really premium and exciting new films to show them and also let's talk about just the agrees Spending on marketing studios have already completed to promote rely on and stuff nine. They're looking at hundreds and millions of and across the board for movies that aren't going to hit theaters for another year or so. If movie theaters are considered dangerous or if they're actually closed might companies like Disney and. Maybe it's not move on. Maybe it's another movie down the line just get released on Disney plus or an equivalent streaming service. Do you think that is part of the potential conversation going forward I can tell you confidently that over the past month or so of all been you know? They won't dare speak out loud The strategy of going directly to digital. But don't forget that a lot of companies are publicly traded so they have an onus to create value for general that. They can't get their movie theaters. They might be obliged to release them through streaming for higher price point or just to incentivize customers to stay but yeah. I think absolutely this is the reason to To look at sort of Shattering will be called the traditional theatrical window. Which is where movie theaters get ninety days or exclusivity with all the movies that come out and then they moved down two places like streaming and on demand. I think he could absolutely see some of the mid range films. You take something like marbled new mutants which is Sort of young adults giving property. I don't think that anyone to expand that to blow minds in the movie theater. They could easily put that directly on Hulu wish neons and and see up taking subscribers just before we got on the phone. I looked at the stock of cinema world which runs Regal United Artists and Edwards Theatres. Its stock is down. Almost eighty percent in the last month compared to the overall market dropping about twenty-five percent cinemark another major chain has seen its stock dropped almost sixty percent and at the same time. Netflix is down just seventeen percent which is better than the overall market so it feels like Wall Street sentiment on the at least short term potential for exhibition is really grim and at the same time. A lot of movies in production are shutting down as well and that won't be felt for months if not a year down the line. Is that going to be a factor as well not just for exhibition but for streaming services? Yeah I mean we. We've been having conversations about e even take the last round of of film festivals that went up. Jones going distribution all the time to to places like Toronto telluride Sundance. I think the OC a spike in sales of those finished movies But they can put up on services today but in terms of original production places like netflix. Amazon impact will be dramatic. Episodes opened a brand new six down stage facility in New Mexico where they intended to shoot the stranger things that will be delayed. You're talking about like theory of Marquis Properties in the stream or so. I think there will be a bit of a shock to either licensed beloved prize old content to put on or a scramble to fine finish work. They can put up in the near term. It does feel like some smaller exhibition chains are trying to come up with creative solutions. Alamo Draft House said that it in its San Francisco Theatre. It's doing something where no more than two hundred people can be in the theater and it's GonNa ask people to kind of separate themselves from one another. It feels like an interesting idea. I don't know how sustainable it is. Are you hearing other things like that where people can buy seats and maybe block off the seats around them or is it just whatever you find when you get into the auditorium? I think you'll find a lot of people finding creative solutions to enjoy the game. But I think at the end of the day there's so much option And there's just such a volume of content. You can watch at home so I think it's just more about separating the the brave from those would rather stop by Saly and you and I cover the movie business. I haven't been in a theatre at least a week and a half. How are people who cover movies? Seen movies are a lot of people now watching films on their laptops as opposed to going to screenings or theaters absolutely You know I went to a screening of a short film that one of the talent agency last week and of Savonarola Laura dern who just gave everybody an elbow bump to say hello and handshake so I think people are increasingly quite. Get us about Coming together so they do a lot more digital screeners for for industry professionals. Another interesting note As of last night The South by Southwest Film Festival organized. A last minute of sort of virtual festival with an online screening library to try to give some of those Indians. That didn't get to play a chance to get in front of accredited president. Chris I think is really cool and also what kind of solution that keeps everybody healthy mad donnelly a senior film writer at Variety Matt. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thank you stay healthy. After John Conversation with Matt Donnelly AMC theaters and Regal cinemas announce they are reducing capacity in their auditoriums by fifty percent. Starting tomorrow coming up on the frame Lin Manuel Miranda came to Sundance this year with a documentary about his father. Called simple leaks is to us. We're always welcome back to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John Horn. Today we're bringing you John's interview with composer and playwright Lin Manuel Miranda his father Luis Miranda and director John James who made a documentary about the elder Miranda called Samba Lewis. It's about Louis Miranda's life. He came to New York from Puerto Rico in the nineteen seventies and made a career in politics. Founding The nonprofit Hispanic Federation and helping get some of the most powerful politicians in the country elected it also chronicles Louisan lin-manuel Miranda's involvement in relief efforts after Hurricane Maria not long after Lewis suffered a heart attack including how they brought a production of Hamilton to Puerto Rico after the devastating storm sampler. Louise premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. This January at the time. Puerto Rico was being hit by a sequence of earthquakes. So that's where John Horn started the conversation. Here's Luis Miranda where he in Park City with my brother. My sister and my sister in law and the morning always begin this days. We how many earthquakes occurred last night in the island. So it's me press in In the life of Puerto Ricans not only on the island but in the diaspora and doing everything we can. It's it's an important component of the things that we need to do here in the Diaspora lin-manuel. I think in the wake of the hurricane part of the problem for a lot of people including the president is this idea that Puerto Rico is not part of the United States. How would statehood change that conversation because so much of the conversations about Puerto Rico as Dr Not us? They're not Americans. We don't have to take care of him also never been more demonized by President Than we are this current one right. It's it is. He's constantly other rising Puerto Rico and that helps no one. It helps no one on the island. It helps no one who didn't grow up understanding this weird unique colonial status that Puerto Rico Puerto Rico lives and and you know I think that It's it's it's really tricky. And and and you know with Hurricane Maria. We had the sort of hurricane. Fatigue of there'd been two hurricanes hit the mainland before Maria hit and then with these earthquakes. You know we've continued the work of working with Hispanic Federation who basically set up shop after Maria. I never left and are working with local. Mayors like it's it's sort of. We're handing out solar panels and solar flashlights and and continuing to do the work because there's quakes seven stopped. There were two this morning John. I'm GonNa ask you about your idea to start the film. What was behind it and who was your first call. I met Lewis in two thousand eight. I was working for a political consulting firm and I met him in the kitchen of that political consulting firm. I my mother's Puerto Rican in the kitchen. He was wearing a bear on top of a black turtleneck which is a dead giveaway or at least a conversation starter. It was a clear. F you to the window while the people are not wearing that I just I mean we. We started talking. The Guevara was a conversation started. And he's just that kind of person where You know from their kind of just launched a not only a kind of a professional relationship but a personal one The Puerto Rican background. That tie certainly was the icebreaker but he was someone who I immediately knew To stay close to I would listen to him. I would ask him for advice on my career and That was in two thousand eight and then fast forward. Many years later At a certain point I just began to write down some of the things that he was telling me. I learned a little bit about his Experience on the island leaving Puerto Rico at eighteen. He had a job at sears. Was a problem. Solver at sears. He worked in the credit relations department. I believe he was a credit manager. There and people would have problems and they come to him and he would solve them and he just left. Puerto Rico at eighteen leaves everything behind wife. A great job. You know a possibility of a career. He comes to New York and within years. I only made three fifteen an hour just for the record within years. He's running campaign for Senator Schumer. He wins and then he's running the The New York Campaign for Hillary Clinton wins that And then he kinda begins to transition into kind of a role in his son's life and I was interested in the origin story. There Louise I WanNa ask you about movie or musical that plays a key role in your story and that is the unsinkable. Molly Brown. I'm sure you guys are so close to Denver that everyone in Park City. I'm sure knows about the other thing. It's been tough reality for him to realize that not. Everybody knows that I have no idea why. So for people who don't know Molly Brown survived the people that don't know but her story is in some ways your story that you are the unsinkable. Louise Miranda and I'm wondering about that idea because I think there's this reference to this idea that you were raised on a steady diet of American bootstrap narratives and Molly. Brown is certainly one of for me Malo Brown. When I saw the movie I was ten. Nineteen thousand nine hundred sixty four and I remember leaving the theater. Like Oh my God and then you really can push forward and move ahead and leave behind circumstances and that's what I got out of the movie and I know when when I when I got your that those were the days of TV. Guys you didn't have the guy on the on the TV and I looked at the TV guide And they have the unsinkable. Molly Brown around two o'clock in the morning I I was pissed. Cause why should such a fantastic movie be shown at two o'clock in the morning? We're everyone is sleep. You didn't expect us to become a mali-bound evangelism view. But but again when I saw it. I'm always afraid to relive something that happened in the past because he never comes right. When I saw it again I said you know I I was right. This is my new adventure new adventure now in the US. We're talking with Lin. Manuel Miranda Luis Miranda John James. About their documentary simply Louise Lynn. Hearing your dad talk about unsinkable. Molly Brown and knowing what his life is like. It's clear that Molly Brown Luis Miranda and Alexander. Hamilton are in some ways. The same story aren't they? Yes in many ways. I'm very I'm really grateful to Jj because he is saved me a lot of work You know I always sort of explain That Hamilton I keyed in on was his relentlessness. And when I sort of got to the part and Ron Chernow's book where he writes his way off the island to get an education. I mean that's the part where I go. I know this dude. He raised me. And it's also. He's you know Lisa. Marie does a character. I mean that's the thing that jj of keyed in on and put a camera on them at the right time during a very eventful time in his life He's a really singular character and so I feel like people who have seen Hamilton and wonder. How much of me isn't Hamilton? They're gonNA see this doc and go. Oh I get it now. Lewis in the film talk about your parents and about how relentless they were about achievement. If you've got a ninety five and somebody else got one hundred on a test you need to go figure out a way to get those other five points and there's a moment in the film where Your Son. Linh has to make a decision about his life and about whether or not. He should do what his job is. Which is teaching or what his calling is which is theater and you have correspondents about that decision. And it's a beautiful moment in the film. I'm wondering about your feelings and watching that scene and Lynn about hearing that story all over again and how it easily could have gone the other direction for a very very long time I kept telling Leeman. Well 'cause we had no doubt ever ever seen. This kid was a baby that he will be in. Show business ha so we spoke a lot about Ruben Blades who is up MC performer. An artist and writer and a lawyer from a prestigious university so I kept telling Leeman Wail Ruben Blades. It's your idol. You could go and get a law degree and continue to do your art because you have it in Roman blades. But I knew that that was not really was more my fantasy of what should happen. And I I push my fantasies as much as I can. I also have a wife who's totally grounded in reality. Who kept telling me. How did that happen? Give it up so this was the moment were record comes straight and and say to him. I wish I could tell you to get a real job. But that's not going to happen. So let's follow your dreams. What about that moment where you really are at a crossroads? Yeah I was sort of the. The difficulty was not that I didn't like teaching. The difficulty was that I loved teaching. I still I still love teaching. So I could very easily see the Mr Holland's opus version of my life before me where I happily teach at my old high school and never finished that symphony. You know what I mean And so I was. I was happy. He he nudged me in the way he did. And and it was a more uncertain twenties. Because you're you're you're kind of. You're hoping teachers get sick. I was basically a professional substitute teacher until I was a Broadway composer. That was my that and whatever else. I needed to do on those months when no one SEC was was how I paid rent until until heights opened Louis. So you have used your community organizing skills to get votes for. Chuck Schumer. Ed Koch Sell Tickets for in the heights. How are you GonNa go about selling this movie which comes to Park City without a distributor? Something that I have been learning Particularly since the heart attack it's that it is not my job so I will enjoy the moment. I will enjoy the movie and it somebody else's job to sell it. This is new thinking for you. Yes it's he's trying it on. We'll see how it fits and also Joe's also packed my clothes for this weekend. 'cause then Manuel Louise and John. Thanks so much for coming on the show thank you. Both Lewis was picked up by. Hbo At Sundance. A release date has yet to be announced coming up on the frame. Imagine south by South West in the Netherlands we visit the Euro Sonic Music Festival among young. Welcome back to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John. Horn in January tens of thousands of people gathered in the Netherlands for the euro. Sonic Music Festival Europe's version of south by southwest it featured three hundred and fifty musical acts that hail from all over Austria to Ukraine. If you're a fan of world music than it's the place to be the frame contributor. Sonia Narang visited the festival and filed this report on a cold winter night in the northern Dutch city of Groningen. The crowd crammed into the Grand Theater. Dancing to music. Rarely heard here doodo beats from the African nation of Angola an Afro Portuguese singer who goes by Pungo took the stage in Gold sequined outfit and brought down the House with a pulsating rhythms this energetic musical style originally came about during Angola's turbulent past pogo says performing it gives her a sense of freedom. She was born in Angola and moved to Portugal as a child. Getting Oh wait one zero defeat Salami Integra sound. I was eight years old and it was a bit hard integrating into Portuguese society. Since Kuro music started taking over the scene I finally feel like a part of the society from that moment. I found my world in Portugal and I feel like I'm home. Show at the Euro Sonic Festival Music. Fans from around the world are treated to a buffet of sounds for more than thirty countries. The festival's artistic director is Robert Mary. Since almost thirty five years with focusing on emerging new x from Europe there's so many people from different backgrounds not only from Europe but also from abroad. Of course it's very important to share knowledge to make each other understand what's going on. What began as a battle of the bands between? Dutch and Belgian musicians evolved into a major event showcases all genres. Oh ooh were. Guida is a Dutch Sudanese hip hop and soul musician. Who Lives in the Southern Netherlands? She sings in a blend of Arabic and English and has used her music to bring attention to the conflict in Sudan. Music is the only way I know how to like. Speak for me. It's like is my exhale but it's also my like way to understand how I'm feeling as well. She dedicated her song morning blue to her ancestral homeland. She had just returned from visiting Sudan a week before this concert. I wanted to do my part from where like as much as I could in my like corner for me. It's always like okay. This is my song from my home. We this multicultural richness was on full display at Ura. Sonic Kenyan rapper. Muth Oni Drummer Queen Blends English and Swahili languages and performs with Swiss collaborators. Her Catchy Song Susie. Noma IS AN ANTHEM FOR SELF. Made women like her. It's an opportune moment to be an African an African woman. Now we're just owning it and we can share it in in ways that I suppose Europe understands so I'm excited about Merrill Lynch that I'm terrified about my ruining that sound. Good good during the festival venues from old churches to record shops. Come alive with music down the street. The Martini Church turned into a Portuguese Fato House. That's a musical style popular in the cafes of Lisbon and the operatic singer. Lena brought it to the Netherlands. Her Spanish collaborator. Rahul referee previously teamed up with flamenco Music Star Rosalia and he now puts a new spin on fato music. We started to to play together and it was magic. We understood each other the way I was playing the where the way she was singing really melted together very well. It's beautiful and it's super emotion. A Euro Sonic musician with Caribbean roots. Is Charlotte Oddity of Belgium? One of her electro pop tracks Sung in the creole language was picked up by the HBO show trailer for the new pope is over. My mom was always singing and there was a way of expressing ourselves at home as well. And that's also a very Caribbean theatre. Express yourself through music through dance and singing the same basement. Venue another Belgian artists took the stage on a different night known as lose Yakuza the Congo born Rwanda racing Kept the audience transfixed with her gripping French lyrics views euro sonic sets the stage for another big European musical extravaganza coming up in the Netherlands. The Super Popular Eurovision Song Contest. This may be For the frame. I'm Sonia Narin and that's all for today. Thanks Taylor. 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We're "Goin' Hollywood" with JD and The Ghost! (and I forgot to pack my bronzer!)

"Hey what's up this. Christopher stalling of rome the missed entertainment. The podcast you're listening to is part of the j network. Go to s dash j dash network dot com. That's s. dash j dash network dot com for more great podcast and information on those shows as well as information and able ability to contact. Publicist steve joyner. For more information. Go to website and check out the family ladies and gentlemen until then enjoy the show. What's going on with bill. I don't know ever since the podcast picked up listeners. He thinks he's a big star now. Looks like his going. Hollywood dudley babe. Let's do lunch. Your people can call my people. I wasn't aware that voiceover bought said people. I guess he's going hollywood but not like today's guests. Jd in the ghost. I've got to meet with my agent. Have my driver bring around my lambo. He doesn't have an agent. He doesn't have a driver. He owns a ugo that his still paying off. Plus he doesn't even know how to drive. Are maybe going hollywood but right now let's go to an ad break. Attention rebels of the sherpa lucien. Today's podcast is being brought to you by audible. You can get a free audiobook. Download and a thirty day free trial at www dot audible trial dot com slash sherpa. There are over one hundred eighty thousand titles to choose from for your iphone android. Hindle or mp three player. And now mr bruce will lead you into the sherpa chalet as a reminder. The restrooms are located near the yellow snow. Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on mount. Podcast ya. he's your host jim. Podcast show pa van. Welcome to another episode of too many podcasts. It is me. Gm the podcast job. Of course it is. You knew that he. So this is the podcast about podcasts. And so much more and this week on wednesday and friday we will be having interviews with broadcasters. Who's our guest today. Show pa glad you asked. Today's guests actually to they host a movie. Podcast called go in hollywood and their names are. Gd and the ghost no. It doesn't show up on the driver's license to worry and a lot of fun getting to know these guys. I think you'll enjoy this interview to. We had really great discussion about movies. We talk about movies a lot of new podcast where we know that. That's why everybody likes him right now. With the pandemic. sometimes it's really hard to enjoy a movie of course in the theater making it a little bit trickier. But we've got this conversation at your yup a little bit so check out my conversation with jd and the ghost the guys from going hollywood. Hello they rebels. We're in the movie theater at the sherpur shah and i've got two guests tonight. And they are the co hosts a podcast called going hollywood and a lot of movie talk and traded are that in mind and their names are jd. And the ghost. How you doing guys. Thanks for having us. Thank you dave pleasure to have you guys in the show. Why don't we get to know you guys a little bit. I jd start. Okay so yes oh My name's jd. Costa virgo and hollywood basically We were both best friends In fresno going on twenty years at this point almost yeah definitely Always bonded over movies always love movies. That's pretty much with the show. Is man just to buddies talking about movies. Having a good time super laid back super chill. It's just two guys nerdy out to different movies that we love movies that we grew up with so that's that's basically at the dynamic is organic when it comes to our show and that's what you get with going hollywood yup right. What did you guys go up watching movies. When you really start to into ant man. I was just telling him about that Two thousand. two's very vital year for me. That's when i really got into movies. I was fifteen years old and a movie named signs came out on. I don't know if you ever heard of that movie. Jim hickson mel gibson directed by shamlan. 'em chambon that movie changed my whole perspective on art on the art of filmmaking be particular and that's how i got started in being obsessed with movies and that's actually. The town we met there was only new seventeen. He was about two years older than me. So yeah that's when we met. And i really think without that movie. There wouldn't be going hollywood honestly. I owed them a lot. I gotta say it was definitely Kind of always from childhood. Actually i i had the type of family where my mom said. At an early age there will come a point where you have to watch the godfather because it's required to see yeah. i remember. my aunt was like that. So i got really into a young age. Not like until. I was fifteen i got really into it but i watched movies but i never paid attention to movies if that makes sense I was always way into him. And you know just always always. I can always quote movies really well in my family was telling me that too so that was yeah it was it was just always movies. Have always been a huge part of my. I guess my personality. And just who i am. And that's and that's the cool thing about it. We have to me nj d. as the coast of two different perspectives on movies. He's the front of the camera acting the dialogue. it's the he memorize lines like it's nothing. I'm the guy behind the camera. I like directors writers producers scouting locations. Anything that involves defillo making aspect with the budget any fact behind movies. That's what i do when it comes to our show going hollywood so that that that dynamic is what what makes the show. Are there any genres that you guys are partial to in comes to movie going. I would say we definitely both love. The gangster john of gangsta crime. Any anything like that. I just recently got into that. And i gotta think jd for that you got me really into those with goodfellas and but that's not my favorite genre. I love psychological thrillers. Anything with some kind of a either a twist or some kind of an arc in the story. That goes a direction that you didn't expect. I guess pompey would call it a twist but i really like that. I like most movies twists like people movies. That people don't even like i do because of the twist i like horror. I like anything hor especially. It's always been my favorite. I mean yeah absolutely. Those are fantastic. Not my favorite. But i'll put it in my top ten for sure. Eighties horror yet. So sure guys never had like a difference of opinion when talking about a movie on your show. We've had a few differences of opinion. We had we had a couple man. I don't know which lose weight couple. Hold on this day we could we. Could we get another opinion of the raging debate. That we've had we you know. What do you want to going to that or do you want to go into the goodfellas. Godfather debate have been having that. I want to have on our show. You know what i mean. I'll do. I'm gonna start with honest. Jerry here's here's the debate. Which movie is better when it comes to depicting realism in the mafia. The real cost no struck godfather. Or goodfellas i say goodfellas. It's the godfather each detroit's depiction. And i can debunk y. Godfather's not because the colombo family actually said this is not good. This is not really take this out. They made them take out things and add fabricated things in there now. The way those guys are acting is real. Those are actually how i mean. Michael franchisees just said yet. Those guys are really real. Those are what those bosses acted like. I'm not taken that from you. But it's not the real mafia. I was saying i didn't think it was like that was the debate. Debate was which one was better. I still get Still goodfellas man. It's got phone still could fellas you kidding way on his way on this whole jim what do you think which one do you think is better honestly if a half i think about what is more than his. Hey ask why love it. I just think goodfellas is. It's sh- i can't say shot better because godfather's totally perfect. It's it's a perfect is perfect. It is totally perfect. When it comes to tonality it is perfect. It is a perfect movie that there's not a missing beat in that movie. it's fantastic. i never said it wasn't goodfellas. It's it's just that. The dynamic between ray liotta robert deniro and joe patchy is remarkable turnabout dynamic talk about the dynamic between sonny corleone on michael corleone james com pacino. Come on now. i'm not taking it away. I just think that these three are more realistic. And better as just. That's just the that's just my opinion. This is pretty much how this goes. Sometimes it's just a never ending debate. Throw it opinion. I mean you guys really are talking about two different errors of movie making too because godfather west goodfellas. Your opinions might be a little bit different. It's true movie. I never thought about it like that. Yeah was seventy four. Seventy four hundred seventy four godfather and nine hundred ninety over shares goodfellas so coming out of the eighties. I mean they definitely want to try to glitz it up a little bit. And it's the the demand when he was born. He had a camera. Martin scorsese is is an absolute visionary genius. The man can set up a shot. He can literally setup anything a lighted in any way. And it'll be perfect. The man is fantastic. I love scorsese. He's incredible that movie is filmed in in goodfellas. The shot were. Jimmy's contemplating killing maury. And there's zooming into him as he's lighting the cigarette and you can just tell there's murder gris glistening in his eyes. i'm serious. That's what i felt. That's incredible that he got that out of him. That's why i think goodfellas better. It just brings that washed godfather again. I have i love it. I love it and it's great. You could one. Yeah scenarios in two. And he was awesome into he was into. That's right it was just Al pacino was in the first one. He was in both all three right right. Oh my it's incredible. I'd the acting in and it was confirmed by a mafia boss that this is one hundred percent genuine godfather Don corleones is perfect. Like that is the boss. The donald real families so yeah. Those guys were like that they were that vicious and vile man those those were not dudes does with terrible heads but i'm fascinated by jim. I don't know why we've always kind of both from fascinated by the. Yeah but while those kind of movies okay. I'll phone actually do you guys each have a favorite movie in a worst movie. Oh yeah absolutely favorite movie of all time actually is always a toss up between three movies. It's it's between forrest gump goodfellas and signs. I i really can't pick those those three. But i it's either those always fluctuate between number one. Worst movie ever made his charlie into chocolate factory period. It's the worst thing you we did. An episode on bird democ and that was democ is better. I'm not kidding and tim. Burton directed this thing man by you know how mad i was when i watched this movie like eddie took a turn on my childhood worst movie ever made. I mean that moby literally just annihilated my childhood. Because i loved willie wonka and chocolate factory. Then i found out all key johnny depp. Tim burton goofy. He's gonna make that. Tim burton esque style. I went in. And i literally lost brain cells. My this is the worst worst thing. It is worse than democ. It is worse than the room. It is on every medal. I hate that despise it. When darn i didn't do it. It's terrible right for your really feel at. What is yours j. I actually don't know what is your. What is your least favorite of all time. I never asked him that. I don't know find no twenty years of friendship and never asked what your worst movie like. Thank you. I know you favorite movies godfather. Yeah i'd have say like it's between godfather in the alien franchise right. I figured it was one of those. But i don't know what your worst dude i don't even know were the worst one. I've never even thought of that. Thank are there's a really bad one By trauma jim if you know about neutral entertainment yes fee and those. There's one that just. I like it. But i don't late is not a good movie. I like it because it's so bad. The surf nazis must die with me. Bad movie rightly it's like this is this. This seems like good. Cinematic use of my time. Like i'm gonna watch. This is the film. Roger ebert couldn't even sit through. Walk out of cater really. Yeah you really did lale so yeah Gun to my head out to go without. But i also still like that movie because it's so weird are bad z. Just that's just that's bad though by You have to pick a movie that they went in genuinely like we're going in. We're gonna make this. Don't movie this is going to be the best movie we have a cast or catering is fire. Let's go they make this turn. Dude wire charlie. In rocklets factor szeswith the catering. I don't know i'm fat like you're the skinny one. You know that you're the skinny one right but i still grew up fat like. You're the david spade to my chris farley. that is so true funded. God nine that. I mean no joke that the truism behind that statement is insane my god i never thought about it. Only our guy threw me off guard. Where do we go with this ashley again. Threw me off guard. Don't pick the wrong question. Awhile back ahead a guest on and he was actually what they call a nice right and we were talking about the are making movies and we were talking about jailers. How do you know if a trailer indicates that is really going to be a good movie or they just made it. Look good in your interest on that cell. I was telling him about this movie. That i saw a couple years ago. It was actually a while back. It was my wife's. And i i date and we chose. This movie called the family stone. I remember that one and parker. Okay the christmas one right. Well christmas ask. It was made to look like this. Cheery funny holiday movie beats on betrayal of that we saw and we both saw trailer and it was probably one of the most depressing commercial happens. I had that happen man. I hate when they click. Cool adam sandler. Let's have a nice evening of last by the enemy. You're gotta call dad. Dad data phone serious. Yeah click click. Click threw me off guard. I'm not the biggest fan of the movie. The movie's fine and a it's adam sandler. Yeah now moving through the off guard. Yeah i had a couple of threw me off guard. That was that. But i want to. Jim asked the question about the trailers. There's a lot of movies that you watch the trailer and it's happened to me and i j. I know it's happened to you. Oh yeah there's one particular one. I'll bring it up because i know what they did. It terrible that they did this to disperse which you know. I'm gonna talk about shadow. No worse and s. I know everything about him. Ease even been screwed by trailers. He made his first three movies. The trailers were all made to be this dark. Twisted world of 'em night shamlan. it's he makes the skies. that's what the man makes. Its drama is a little sprinkled in thriller horror. If that's what i love about him. But when they when he finished filming the village disney which is the company that distributed this was was touchstone. Which is they are owned by. Disney disney distributed this movie as a psychological thriller. It is a fricken romance drama sprinkled in with a little har- why would you. That's the problem they the studio will take. Its can't even blame. The artists the deed the people creating the product. It's the people that are distributing the product that are giving you this crap so i don't really like trailers i gotta be honest with you. The last trailer gym that i watched threw me off guard. And it was actually. The movie was even better than two trailer was too quiet place. I saw the quiet place trailer. And i lost my mind. That the one with jim from the office jassat he directed at doot ought another directed. Movie wrote it and see was the lead star. Good virginia good for so different. Jim jim jordan seriously. The that's the one movie trailers ruin movies all the time. A bruin did the. I tried to avoid them. I maybe i'll watch a teaser. But i will not watch a full two minute trailer anymore. Because it's too much. I trust shamlan now because he does hide a lot of things in his trailers that he does. You won't know in the movies like i. have you seen jim. Have you seen split. His last was like his last third. Three movies was split. No i know it. That's the one with a guy was like a psycho and he's got multiple personality for mexico doesn't matter a down that movie. He financed himself so he made this trailer. And it looks like it's a man that's going crazy. You don't even know that he has different personalities into trailer is just you know that he demands going crazy and i love that when i know when when he's alone when shamil on is involved in his movies alone without a big studio being involved and that's fine studios ruin it all the time so i just try to avoid trailers at all costs actually. I haven't watched the trailer in since the pandemic started noise of income analysis like china avoid. I'm really now to avoid the trailers for any movies that i want to watch always late trailers myself but i mean they're fine if they're like a teaser. Don't show me one of those two minutes to eighties where it was like. They showed you the entire day. It's like no stop it. Why you just okay. I know everything. Oh this is where he loses the girl raid where you're gonna gain and at end of the trailer holding has they're going to get back together. Great in the whole damn movie for me awesome. You actually brought up by interesting point being that we are recording in this time of pandemic. What do you think about major motion pictures coming to your house. Instead of going to a movie theater does add. Ruin it for you. D think or are you gonna add a whole different lebron just a different experience. I wouldn't say completely ruins it. Because i the one movie that came out late this year. The new bill and ted movie. I mean they came out i was. I had been hoping to see it in theaters but you know i had to see it at home but it was still. It was still awesome. I mean you know the the experience of not going to the movie theater is going to be a bummer. I really do hope the once. This is over that. We get to go back to that. Because i do miss going to the theater. But it's gonna be different. Yeah i think. I think Motion picture studios are looking right now. And they're the they're seeing. They can successfully release not in a theater systems. I think they're going to rethink their strategies after after the pandemic sober. I don't know i i. i don't like jim. i'm not a fan of it. i'm movie theaters. a going to. The movies is an. It's an explicit is it is i'll give you this. Oh i i'm not i love my tv. I have almost eighty five inch television at my house. it's great i have surround sound. I love movies as where i watch my movies. But it's not quite the same. You're right you're not. it's not the popcorn isn't taste the same. The sodas don't taste the same. It's not the same and there's some you definitely do wanna see on the big half to most movies. You should see on big screens on screens or my dad's The star wars movies when they re released them with the ninety nine or whatever came back he asked all those and they did a mall in theaters. My dad took me to see all those and that was that was added. Remastered ones yet. The only problem was with grief shooting. I was stupid. Well it happens. I guess i'm serious. I if the theater's if theaters disappeared i would be very disappointed would be very upset. It's like i said it's an experience. Imagine it's an experience. Imagine going to your house having to watch dark night for the first time on your television. I mean yeah dude. No i saw that thing i max man. Let me tell you something. I max is insanely huge difference. My god no hassle. I hope. I hope they come back. i know the one we all know. The one by me is There's concern for that because they have made operate since march understandable. And it's an. It's it sucks it. Does it really does. That's the part. That's the problem is you know. No one's saying it doesn't suck it does suck it just. It's a bummer. Is it movies is still. I mean they have plans. By course movies are still gonna come out at theaters. England go ed the multi billion dollar industry. They're gonna figure it out in some way shape or form correct. Yeah you know. I was thinking the one thing about good about watching movies at home at least had. The milk duds don't cost nineteen dollars at the popcorn's a lot cheaper here. So yeah absolutely i i. It's funny whenever this conversation with anybody. I always think of shared experience with the audience. Certain movies that you've probably seen in a crowded theatre like a rocky movie where this big fight a new everybody a bright cheery users with agra house allergist roaring less. It's an experience that's why it will never go away. They can't go to it. Needle evolve into something or maybe the home experience will be something different. That'd be nice. That'd be nice. If they had at home experience where it's just could bring. they could bring drive ins back. That's a possibility that there's there's some companies that are doing. Amc think is doing it. Yeah i think you're right. They're just having Movies pull up and people watch movies. I like all that kind of retro kind of stuff anyway. I think. I think driving's fun i mean and we just watched like borat to came out. I would've loved to see that movie in theaters. I was dying laughing. We were wearing laid led the first borat when it was. Oh my god. I was a goes those guys jim. We were those guys. I like you you like me. Those guys were yes. Yeah my wife said. If you did that back then i would have never married you. I'm like you seriously. Yes not kidding men. Are there any specific episodes of your show. That really stand out in your mind. So i've got. I've got to kind of to at the moment. We only got a few out at the moment While depending on what his heirs right be more by them but so the first episode we did was was kind of the main blueprint for you know so so we like to do different types of episodes one week. We're gonna do a top ten list. Select the one right the for halloween. We did freddy krueger's top ten. Kills right We had a great time. With the very first episode. We did was Spotlight on what is basically like we. We took a deep dive into a full john raw. We did the zombie genre. We we went from. Its inception back to the thirties and just like kind of track. The hit the the whole time line to current. And i want to do that with more. Wanna do that with know like actors directors Moore movie genres. But that's kind of one of the one of the types of episodes we lights do and that that's one that i i think that turned out. Fantastic it did. I did it the one that i really liked No joke is the bird democ. It's because the way we did. This particular episode is it. The episode title is. How did this get green lit. So we take really bad movies. That are like we're going gonna do charlie into chocolate factory. Unfortunately i'm gonna have to rewatch it. That will be on. How did this get greenland. Because that movies horrendous horrendous it literally bothers me just talking about regardless stockcar gone about this movie but we want to see a really terror. Which will this press release to the eighties. It's called give my regards to broad street with paul mccartney. Let me write this down. You walked out of the theater. Just shaking your head down. I'm going to check that out saying allocating how much we cost you in like work. Our like how. Much time you bringing hours i love you know banging all of them right way tony. I'll take any bad will reduce did not go to be. Oh yes we do. Love the bad movies man like yes the the had this greenland. That's definitely one. We're going to have a lot of fun with. We basically just ripped the movie to shreds. And just right yeah in a nutshell. Just we rip the movie apart. We break it down. What's the funniest part. Why did they make this. Why they go this direction like we just break down the movie and it's like reviewing it but in our style. Yeah you that's really the what makes us different. Yeah our our dynamic. I would also say for like the real episodes not the ones we were just joking. Wryly that belaid spotlight episode. Or you know top ten lists like we do put a lot of research effort into it as well as do zometa. Yeah i do. I actually did the bulk of the you go. Hand is research. I do For the election episode You ever see that movie. Election with reese witherspoon. I haven't seen it. But i know you're we didn't have to come out on election day. We figured yeah. Everyone was kind of having a rough time. That time said we were like well. It's just a little bit of brightness out in the world so that was our goal with that of the sewed but We wanna love that. Yeah i had my. I thought that was good up so to actually but I i went crazy on the research because it was based on a book. So i went out and i couldn't find a digital copy of the book So i actually had to amazon. A paperback copy to myself to try to read the book before we did the episode so i was like just that much further ahead on the research for the episode for it. I mean you went straight nineteen ninety nine. i went through trade scholastic book fair dead. I mean he. He goes egos ham. Jim eat he really goes all out. And i got to give the man props. He knows he does his research. And there's most things. I do research as well but there's a lot of things that i've already familiar with with like the numbers. That's why i chose that aspect of filmmaking is out a nerd out. I've been looking at boxoffice mojo since i was my god. Yeah fifteen years old. I found box office mojo now. Is it got a memorized. All those numbers highest grossing movies. And that's how that's not. I go for the gun and with our powers combined you get going hired so for your own personal favorites. Are there certain names. That have to come up that you you know like minute you hear say oh this is going to be a good movie like if you here it's going to be like a harrison ford movie or a or or or shaimaa movie you like like kiana galleria of when it comes when it comes to director. There's definitely four. That i am if i ever see them doing anything. I am meter ossoff. What i'm doing. And i go to the movie theaters to watch it. m night shyamalan. Obviously quinn tarantino. James cameron definitely. Martin scorsese yup. Those those four and then if you could sprinkle in spielberg and i i really like spielberg and are yester- actually. He's been his popped up on my list. He's only done two major movies. I don't know if he's done in each shorts beforehand but jim. I don't know if you know who are yester- is he. He's incredible he did hereditary and midsummer. He just did those two here recently and demands. Incredible i think i think he's no joke. I can't believe that he's doing these kind of thrillers and they're great out. You have to like those coming thrillers. Though he's dark really you have to release it there and pay attention to every detail of thrillers. So if you like that in our. Es esters definitely in my top ten now being that you guys are podcasters. Extraordinaire a niche podcast casts. I was curious as to. What kind of podcast. You guys like. I've got a couple of favorites. I originally started listening to podcasts. I ever heard Dan cummins yes sir. Yeah that was. I knew about him through his comedy. And you know somewhere. You know on facebook from psalm. Push your hey check out time. I checked it out. And like i wasn't really into podcasts. At at the time of God this is. This is awesome. I just got sucked into that. And then my sister is really big into podcast. She got me into last podcasts. On the left. That's that's a really good one. So i would say those are my favorites for sure. You got me into doses. Well see i. Don't listen to movie podcast. Because i do one on my own and believe it or not i i mean i've i have listened to a couple. Id nightmare street Those guys i listened to them. They're pretty good. But i i don't. I'm not really listening. I what i listen to honestly is packers podcasts. I listened to and the goat house and they talk about nfl. I have nobody else to talk to. Foot bound to guys talk about football. Just listened to their podcast. It's great how i'm like. No one really wants to talk true crime with me. So i just listened weird conspiracy laden. Nonsense you go. Hey and there's nothing wrong with that. Listen to football. And i listen to a lot of political stuff but A charter boy mostly listened to the podcast for football. We have a portion of the show and we call it shameless self promotion shameless so promo and this is the part of the show. Will you guys can let everybody know how they could follow you and get right. So we're on all social media websites. Instagram twitter facebook. Please find us there. it's going hollywood is g. o. i n. hollywood no j. find us on all those also few are on tiktok and you want more content from us instead of the podcast. Find us on tiktok as well. We do sixty second videos there. It's just different facts and move eastern kind of a lot of lot of memes and stuff on the facebook and all that Right yeah Going holiday the main focus on on if you guys can't if you find us we're all podcast platforms if you do enjoy our podcast. If you can leave a review that is the main. it's vital For reviews podcast to get out. Because if you can't believe you're an apple podcasts. Lewis review view on google podcasts. Leave us a review guys. I wanna thank you so much for us or thank you for avenues. We have i n the names are jd at the ghost and the really of course anonymous because well even even though the podcast sharp is actually my last name legally ecorse illegally change of course but i guess say what do you mean. You didn't like this movie so it keeps anonymous in the sinophile communities. So oh yeah. I'm not the reason. I concert virtual opinions and we don't need you come for us. Megan personal goes guys. Thanks so much for zits me. Jim the gastropod interrupting my own podcast. Which you know about another podcast that i've worked on. It's a little mini series. Does coal too many eighty songs. And i didn't work on it alone. I got a lot of help with my buddy uncle. Bruce you know embarrassed. Mr bruce bruce and me kim the podcast here with by far podcast called too many eighty songs and we talk about what else eighty songs. And it's a lot of unscripted conversation. A lot of silliness little trivia and a lot of music so please check it out. New episodes debut. Monday four or five weeks through january and february and you can hear all the songs exclusively on spotify. That's the only place that's playing the two eighty songs. Shell little hint. If you don't get to hear the their higher on spotify check my social media chair pollution the grand twitter and facebook for the late to all the songs that we looted and some that we didn't predict fan of easy and you've got a special eighties request or dedication. Send it to me and we get enough requests. We're going to come back and do special request indication chelsea. Hope you'll listen if you enjoy it so much unless you're pollution. The arrival shift illusion on twitter and instagram. And now it's time for sherpa suggestions. Today's sherpa come from an article from rolling stone dot com of the top podcasts of twenty twenty. And there's some really interesting selections here. I don't think i've ever mentioned some of these. So there definitely worth a mention now we have somebody chameleon hollywood con queen flood lines home cooking staying in with emily and komal mike big liz. Working it out motive season three unschooled season to the new one hundred nice white parents barossa rabbit. Hope did is slow. Burn devi duke wind of change and finally you must remember this polly platt. The invisible woman polly platt by the way was the ex wife of director. Peter bogdonovich now. I knew there was something. I'm supposed to remember what it is. I could probably figure out if it weren't a burning smell pack. Oh thanks a lot to hollywood guys. Jd in the ghost four coming on down and hanging out at the sharper chalet. Had so much fun talking to them. Hey what is your favorite gangster movie is it. Could fellas is if the godfather me personally. I gotta go with johnny dangerously. Got a few things to tell you about four. We show you the door. Have you checked out my new. Podcast debuted on january eleventh. It's called too many eighty songs. Yeah i know original title right. It's me mr bruce. Just being silly planes a music and bringing up some trivia and goofy stories and so on and so forth a lot of fun. I had working with him. Please check video. it's on spotify. Only so if you subscribe to spotify premium you can hear all the songs that are included in those episodes but fear. Not if you're not a spotify premium subscriber if you follow me on social media sure pollution i give you a link to the playlists on my spotify account where you can hear all the songs and if you extra ones that i've thrown in there so i hope you'll enjoy it. We had a lot of fun putting it together. Coming up on friday i will be talking to a guy named cody langley. Who has a youtube channel called popular opinion and we will be talking more about fun call pops and the game show that. He has on his channel cold wheel of misfortune. Check it out in front of me. I will you guys then. Feverish are pollution. Okay mr bruce. I think we can head on out and if you don't mind showing everybody the door. 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a16z Podcast: New Upstarts in an Old Industry

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a16z Podcast: New Upstarts in an Old Industry

"Hi and welcome to the as sixteen z podcast. I'm Hannah and I'm here today with Michael Ovitz co, founder of the Creative Artists Agency and our own Ben Horowitz co, founder of Andriessen Horwitz. In this episode, we start by talking about the founding story of both CAA an ace sixteen z. And how exactly both firms went about redefining traditional business in two different industries. As a new up start. We talk about the power quesion in Hollywood and the history of the entertainment business from the days of vaudeville and Jack Warner's and William FOX's to Jurassic Park to what it looks like today and where it's going, and along the way Ovitz Horwitz share the strategies that guided them in building a culture, negotiation and more Michael has published a new book just out called who is Michael Ovitz like a reference to Kaiser Sosa. How'd you know. One of the few people that knows who Kaiser so's as I met Ben in nineteen ninety nine when he and Mark asked me to go on the board of loud cloud, and I told a lot of stories about the entertainment business about the all good print stories, Zane man stories. So I have to say, I wake up and they're talking about starting their own business and possibly using some of those principles. And I was in a state of shock that they actually listen to. The stories was really an impossible thing in that. If you'd looked at the agency business, it had been around since vaudeville and the firms were well established. And if you're a new actress and you're picking an agency, are you going to go with the one who like rep, Betty Davis, and Greta Garbo and all the greats. Are you going to go with some new start? What is the differentiation? Like? How could you possibly pull that off. And the fact that he was able to create by far the most successful talent agency in the world, fifteen years after starting seventy five years after vaudeville is an impossible business story. We come from tech where like, okay, you can turn something over because technology changes, but this was not a technology story. It was one of organizational design culture and things that turned out we'd use in venture capital. I thought what was really interesting is that you were fundamentally re conceiving the idea of the agent what it should be, but in some ways, you were kind of returning to an old fashioned idea of what an agent was. I think that's really well said, we tried to ride a line between going back to the tradition of service, but couple it with the concept of putting the talent back in the driver's seat because they'd been taken out of the driver's seat, the ability to get product made. Made in the business or to realize dreams was in the hands of the buyers. And when we started, there was a very large barrier to entry in the media business. Anything that you would read or see or hear was controlled by under twenty five companies around the world, you had four television networks in the United States. You had seven motion picture studios that had all the distribution. And without that you couldn't get your movie in a theater, you had five publishing houses in New York that did books it about five record companies and then a scattered number of companies in Europe that had television networks, but not a lot. So basically, if you were an artist, you had a giant buried injury. It's the opposite of today, which is so fascinating to me that today in Ben and I talked about this all the time. You could get almost looking at this podcast on. Can get people to listen to it in the days when we started that was impossible. If wanted to get something like this out into the hands of the consumer, there was no way to do it incredibly powerful, very few gatekeepers. So basically we decided that we would give a unique and ultra deep service to create a fable. We couple that with an enormous amount of guidance and career advice that was incredibly direct. We were less concerned about telling people things they didn't want to. Here. We are actually more concerned about telling them things that they didn't wanna hear. We thought too long, artistic people had been given a lot of pablum. Then when you were looking at this model, what was it that really struck you from this other industry that felt so translatable the whole thing? It's actually funny. Everything that we tried from CAA worked and everything. All the core principles. I was this concept of a network, so. You know, a firm shouldn't be just a group of independent people who all had their own isolated networks. The network should be kind of own and run by the entity itself, and CA was a breakthrough in this because yet people who were dedicated to vertical parts of the network like publishing and so that of course, we did as you know, our networks were different, but it was the same kind of systematic network that turned the platform into a franchise. The other thing was they took pitching the clients much more seriously. The agencies were very powerful. They didn't have to put together a great presentation to the clients about what they did. I think we're for sure the first and maybe still the only venture capital firm that has a pitch to entrepreneurs. That's, you know, formal and professional and involves lots of people. So that worked. But I would say the thing that I learned the most from where the cultural things that Michael's talking about. So do you tell people the truth? Not what they want to hear. That's. Like one of the cultural tenants of the firm, but there were many others to take a long view or a transactional view of a relationship that came from CA. A lot of the idea of the platform to have the luxury to take a long view of a relationship things like, how do you treat people in the firm? Everybody here, we referred to his partner that was taken from CA. We got a lot of criticism of that early, but it worked well because we're in a services industry and like if you're representing the firm, you are a partner. And then the other thing was honest, put respectful. So you know, showing up on time being ahead of the competition, they did something that's a which is they just started their staff meeting before everybody else. And that just said to the company, you know, we're not having around like, we're going to get this done. We're going to be the first awake. We're going to be the last asleep and we're going to get all the best clients. And that's what they did. I mean, it did strike me that a lot of those big conceptual shifts were about culture. You talked about things like a focus on first impressions, siege mental. Ability like you're with us or against us, never bad mouth the competition, right? These sort of core things that trickle down in all kinds of ways. But some of what you were doing was actual business model innovation also, can we talk about what those things were that were so different for the industry? Sure. Thinking too important to note, the idea was to different shoot. So one of the things when Ben I and more talked to originally was several hundred VC firms that have been in existence for a long time. When we came into the agency business, there were two hundred franchised agencies. We're new kid on the block new kid on the block with nothing. No clients. How do you make a name for yourself by other than just single? We're fantastic, which is irrelevant because everyone thinks they're fantastic. Even though they know deep down, they're not. But the reality is that it was about differentiation. And how can you make yourself different? And we decided we were going to create a service model that was complete. Different. If you're entrepreneur, you come here, you have access to things that you didn't have at a lot of other places in the community, and that would include budget, help. You can get marketing. You can get PR help. You can get advice about hot, operate your business. You've got a built in person to get opperations advice from Uganda, extraordinary technical background, so you can get technical advice. I view what we did very much like a pointless painting like the painter, Sarah. If you look at an square inch of a pointless painting, you see a bunch of dots. He looked at two square inches. You see a few more dots if three, four, five, and all of a sudden maybe at six or eight square inches. You start to see a picture. So I think what we tried to do is look at our business like a pointless painting, which is how many points of differentiation are there. The create a full picture within the culture. There's all these little things. There's just all these. Little things. There's no one thing Hannah that you can say, my God, you guys called everybody a partner. That's really a game changer. It's the composite. It's a composite of looking at a pointless picture on the business principal side. It was the same thing. So this sounds ridiculous but telling someone the truth that seems so logically normal, it was completely abnormal in the business. We are in a nineteen seventy four. It didn't exist. Knowledge was power, but people felt they had the lie to show that they had knowledge. And what were those kinds of lies? Just your great. I can get you that. What were the actual empty flattery? That's not what people are interested in. People wanna know the truth. They wanna be critiqued and they want positive criticism. They don't want you to tear them apart without some thing to say that's constructive. They want constructive positive critique. And fact you say that's where you often started. When you're trying to sign somebody will. It was easier to tell the truth. The truth is a funny thing. Team member. The entertainment business is loaded with untruth TV business less so because everything was so fast, you could start a television idea and get it made into a show very quickly, but in movies, two years to get a movie made and release them, the amount of story changes in not the story of the movie. But the story around the story of the movie is quite extraordinary. We pioneered this concept of, I don't know the answer to that question, but I'm going to get back to you now. That's no big deal, right? But that's part of the composite. It's part of the hundreds and thousands of points that we did to be different. So let's shift gears again from culture and towards the business models. What are more of some of those ways you were really doing something new on the business model side in the construction of business concepts, we felt that no client should come up with an idea and go out naked on their own with that idea standing on. On its own in the marketplace. We felt that in house we should take that idea like a lump of clay on a table and sculpted into magnificent sculpture. That was a composite of a lot of elements. Other clients, input and partnerships. They gave us a full package and really use that leverage against the buyer to be able to play the game of you didn't put in any time Ramani to develop this. We did. So we wanna be paid a premium. Now that worked really well for the creative clients. It did not make us popular. There is some controversy around you, and a lot of it came from prior to see a tap actor or actress made maybe a temper twentieth of what they did her, maybe even a fiftieth of what they did after CA because you change the leverage from the studio to the talent, and that was not free, you know. And so maybe describe. What it was like, how you changed it and why they were mad. So I think I don't know the mad. It's interesting. I used to think that and I think it's more we did so many things that were positive for the creative community, but we coupled it with this relentless aggressive attitude and this point of view that we had to win at all costs. The big question for me was, did we have to win at all costs at the time? I actually thought we did someone asked me in the other day. Do you think you could have done it differently in the day? And I don't think that we could have because we were in a cutthroat business to start with. We didn't invent the entertainment business. It was cut curious. Tori Asli cutthroat. It wasn't a gentleman's business, my God. If you go back to the moguls of thirties, forties, and fifties, the mayor's thal Burs Harry cohn's that Jack Warner of Warner Brothers William FOX founded FOX studios. These guys were tough as nails. They took no prisoners. They made us look like we were in the priesthood frankly now to me past as prologue. So in studying all this, I actually thought that the toughness of those guys was good because why they were decisive. You may not like the answers, but they gave you answers and they were doers when Diller decided to create the movie of the week on ABC whichever one said is a terrible idea. Impossible. You can't make a movie for ninety minutes from a million dollars. And he said, watch me and he did it. That kind of attitude impresses me and helped me think really hard and heavy about what we would do. At CA. It's forty five years later. It's still working. So something worked now could we have backed off and been softer and gentler? Probably a bit all the way. I don't think so not in the business rent. Can you walk us through what that looked like? How it would play out on a daily level as you're actually making those deals? Take a movie that you put together. Let's just take one Jurassic Park. Michael Crichton said, I've got this idea about something that I've always loved its paleontology. It's dinosaurs, but not in a prehistoric era, a contemporary setting, and it's a amusement park run amok, no movie stars, and I said, my God, everybody loves dinosaurs. Let's try to write this. We writes it. He gives it to me now I can't put it down. It's a page honor. We decide there's only one director that can do this. We give it to Steven Spielberg. He calls the next morning at six AM and says, I'm doing this after reading it. That's unheard of for. Director of that stature to commit in twelve hours to have read it that quickly. Let alone gets it at six o'clock at night and calls at six. I'm in Kathy Kennedy's the producer she does a budget. You've got a writer, you don't need movie stars. The star is the dinosaur and you're sitting there and no one has this except us. You talked to Spielberg talk to Crichton, who would you like to finance and distribute it? 'cause frankly, it doesn't really matter because it matters who's going to write it and direct it, and we have that. So they decide we should go to universal for an opening salvo, you know, gay call the president of the company and say, a good news and bad news. The good news is we've got Kathy Kennedy and Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton in with a detailed book that's going to be a best seller about dinosaurs. And we've got a screen play and it's kinda cost this much money. So what's the bad news will we own it and you don't now take the six. To eight other studios that don't get that phone call. They're not happy takes thirty directors or forty directors that didn't get it. They're not happy. Take the couple of hundred screenwriters at didn't get a shot at the book. They're not happy. Nobody's happy. It reminds me actually, when I first started as an editor night was starting to say no to projects. There's a lot of relationship stuff that goes sour there too. And one of my colleagues said to me, you're not doing your job, right? If people don't not like you been Michael, you did your. I did. My job look is tough to save it. You know, I wasn't out to win a popularity contest. This was not high school. I started at the age of twenty seven in a business that had been around for seventy five eighty years. Kind of like playing hockey and skating down the ice and the next thing you know someone's stick as tripping. You open your phone on your face on the ice. This was a tough game. Let's talk a little bit about that culture that you built that both of you built going from startup to a mature firm. Did those fundamental principles or those pointless dots? Did they shifted the colors start shifting? Did things change? It's living organism. It moves on a daily basis. You have these knobs and it's endless, the number of knobs. There's a knob for every body in the business. There's a knob for every deal. There's a knob for every principal, there's a knob for every service. How do you stay the observing part when it's such a fluid living organism? And there's so many dials you sued with those. Knobs. I remember when we were at loud cloud when there were four hundred plus employees, and they had the take those knobs because the business model was changing. Then sitting there at those knobs, twenty four, seven, and sometimes you over dial them. Sometimes you under dial them and you never get them entirely right. So many people like management consultants or even CEO's we'll talk about culture as though it's something may set they want and that was it. And that's never it. It's changing every day and you have to pay attention to as Michael said, suggest it back in that you're really talking about how are people behaving when you're not looking, they return their calls. How do they treat their clients, all these kinds of things, emanate from the culture of the organization. You have to serve the behaviors you've gotta put in mechanisms. You've gotta turn things this way or that way, and some things don't work anymore. Some things you were wrong about. And so, yeah. It's an evolving process. A perfect culture is a culture in constant flux and growth, constant flux and growth, and the culture is support the strategy. So like you can't come in from the outside and know what the culture somebody else's company should be because you don't know which direction they're taking it. So like an easy example is like Amazon's got this culture of frugality because it's so important to them to be the low cost provider good cultural element for Amazon. You can't put that an apple. They're like high design. Steve Jobs got fired because he made the product too expensive, but that's who they are. That's their strategy, their cultures, gotta support their strategy. That's why I have a five billion dollar campus. Jeffey says, will never build a five billion dollar campus because he doesn't care about what the doorknob looks like. It's why some businesses are fantastic and are run really in a phenomenal way, and others aren't, and the fish stinks from the head. You know if the person who's operating the business and helping create the culture and bringing everybody together is on it twenty four, seven. And I mean every day it never goes away out of your head. I used to walk around do the rounds, like doctors at a hospital who's to go in the late morning and in the late afternoon just to show my face to see if I saw someone nodded up in their office or to just get a sense of how people were feeling. I did it from the time. We started where we had five people to the time when I left when we had seven hundred people thermometer read and how do you get the read? You get it by frame of reference. You see the people enough on a daily basis and you get a sense if there's somebody's got a problem, is it fun? Absolutely not. It's time consumptive, and to be human is to air and to be human staff problem, everyone at problems. And as someone who's. The gatherer of the culture. You're not allowed to have a problem. You have to solve everybody else's problem. So it's not on the can do by yourself by the way. I want to be very clear that I did not do this by myself. I had a partner who was phenomenal Ed rounding this out, Ron Meyer. We would tell each other problems with individuals. And then one of us would short up and then the other one would go in and take the temperature to see if a was short up. I used to wonder every day when I went home, you know, where did I make a mistake today? You know, who did I tell some bad advice to which executive in the company that I let down, you know? And then when you get home, say the same thing about your own kids and that is the one thing that is so dangerous. When you're CEO you have to be in this mindset that you're making decisions your hard nosed. You have high expectations of everybody. Your standard has to be. Very high or it all slip for everyone. You take that attitude home. It's not good. That's not the way you need to be a parent and it's a real challenge. You talked about trying to agent your children for a while. I would come home and sometimes not flip gears. Sometimes I want when I didn't downshift and I'm talking to my kids like they're clients believe me regrettable, but unfortunately, factually absolutely even use the word agent Tang as a negative. The first time you use it, it really surprised me. You were talking about your grandmother, right rudely agent telling your father. What do you mean by that? Bad connotation agent ting is, you know, it's manipulating. It's pushing its maneuvering. It's trying to force your will on someone that's agent thing. And it's a tough word and it's a tough mechanism, dark side that is the door fater side business. By the way, it's not just agents that do that producers do it. You know, some directors that you have a thing where some people call directors light-handed or heavy handed, or that they work by example, or they work in different ways. Will they agent to, you know, everyone has an act that they use and agent thing is part of everybody's life in the entertainment business. So you're. Your career has spanned an incredible evolution of the entertainment business over the last several decades. What's your sense of what the entertainment and media landscape looks like now and where it might be going buehner tune business to me is parts of it or while the exciting parts that are incredibly disappointing, it's hard to not be excited about the disintermediation of streaming. It's hard to be excited about the disintermediation streaming when it's taking the entire culture of hundred years of history and turning it on its ear. We had a business where with these barriers to entry that had some negative connotation at some positive connotation, people paid to go see people too big projects today, people go to streaming services and they're viewing patterns are anti to history. So for fifty years in this country, people sat around a radio or. A TV set for set times when things were on, right? So on Thursday nights when Seinfeld was on and something culturally happened on Seinfeld that was significant pain, water cooler, water, cooler effect. Everybody talked about it. There is no day and date except for sports. People talk about things on social media as they see them, but everything's disjointed. So how do you think that will change if you had to look forward five years, the power equation, you know that you guys really changed with your model? When I look at my old business, I'm happy for the progress that's being made. I'm sad that the traditions of the business have dissipated to this point. The idea of building a movie star now is not possible. What do you mean by that? The idea of finding a nineteen year old kid named Tom Cruise and building him brick by brick with his own talent, and putting him with great directors and letting that. Mature and grow. It's hard to do right now because there's so few movies being made. Yes, people go to see movies, but a lot of them are event movies. They're sequels sequels remakes and you don't get that risky business and then top gun. And then all of a sudden you throw in born on the fourth of July, which is a great actors, peace that way of building a career doesn't exist anymore. It's very hard to do. You know, it's interesting because music is following a similar curve where yet it's much harder to build a great artist than it used to be. You know, with a series of albums that everybody knows that's coming more rare thing. Ten a whole career plus there's so much here today going tomorrow. Yeah, that is is really tough, extremely difficult. So what do you think we'll take its place? I have no idea. I really don't. It's we're in the middle of the trough right now. We're not at the beginning. We're not at the end where did center in the middle. We've got a big shoe to drop when Disney and FOX complete their merger, and they start that streaming service. What's going to happen with Hulu is going to be interesting. Amazon seems very committed. They're not going to be left behind. You've got the Hema th businesses that are well-financed getting into content and that's without Microsoft and Facebook and Google. Yeah, it's a great time to be a writer. Oh my God, it's a great time to be a writer. It's great time to create a person because we went from a dearth of money to more money than anyone need. Ads and a new form of distribution. So too, I think it ends up good. Yeah. Do I think it ends up great? Yeah, too. I know how it gets there. I don't have a clue. Let's talk a little bit about negotiation because that's obviously such the thread through both industries. You talk about incredibly complex negotiations from signing Sean Connery to I M Pei coming to design your buildings to the MCAA deal. You talk about some of the key principles kind of in a little offhand. Wait. One of them was always plot out the desired end point. There was another moment in the book where you talked about the importance of reading body language during negotiations. I'd love to know what some more of those core principles are for you in how to negotiate. I didn't wanna put in a bunch of principals in a row like make a list, like, here's how you negotiate. And the reason is I believe that every single deal that one approaches is like an art form. It's not a science and everything has to be plotted out in its own vernacular. So selling universal to Matsu electric or selling Columbia Pictures. The Sony or CVS records to Sony or MGM you knows bad debt or signing Sean Connery who's come off three bed pitchers or negotiating a new kind of deal for Jurassic Park where no money changes hands and it's all about ownership. Every single situation is different and necessitates its own architecture. It's down universe. Everything is different saying that you have to know where you want to end up. When you go in is the same for everything, but that's not the art of pudding the deal together, that two separate thing. They're super things. Of course, one wants to know where they want to come out. I always liked to have my end result in my mind as I was working toward it. Because to me, I'm. I'm actually building a house when I negotiate, and I start with a foundation that foundations, usually the idea or the material that I'm negotiating on whatever it is, whether it's a company, a screenplay, a movie, a television, show a book, a record. It didn't matter what it was. There's a foundation and then we try to build a framework around it and then putting the roof on is getting the right deal in a gauche eating is not a wrote act, which is something that I, I learned early on from men named Howard west who was one of my bosses at an early age. I was twenty two years old and I watched him negotiate writers deals, and I used to ask him, how did you decide what a writers materials worth the hundred dollars or a thousand or ten thousand? There's no rate card for it, and he explained to me this concept of how it's kind of a fluid. And loose moving idea around it that struck me, oh, we're all agreeing on value all the time. Right value is always like federal shifting thing that we just agree on, except when you sit in a room and the other side vehemently disagrees with you, and then you got bridge the gap. It's such an important point that we can improve in the way we think about deals and how he trained people on these kinds of things, but it's dynamic, you know, you walk in, you're dealing with very, very complex person or entity. On the other side, they have a history, they have needs. They have things they want. They have things, they don't care about. They have motivation, they wanna win and they want to win. They wanna win in the deal, and you have to understand all those things and then plan a strategy. But as soon as you get into a formula set of principles or something, you can just run, then you're not listening and that's definite deal. And a lot of it is emotional, like. Do you have the right mentality? And one of my favorite memories of being CEO's worst memory in the best memory we were working on the deal with EDS and we had ADS an IBM both in the hunt and you know, we really needed the deal to finish at a certain time, but there was no reason to have it finish at that time. So I asked Michael, like, can we say the deals going to end here even if it may not end here and like, how do we think about that? That question just made him stop. And he said, luck a believe in artificial deadlines. I believe implying one against the other, and I believe that you have to do anything and everything possible short of immoral or a legal to get the damn deal done. And I was like, okay, I've just been thinking about this. What you have to believe. You can figure it out. You have to convince yourself and then convince the other side I was thinking I was on my hills and like you have to be on your toes to win a deal. But there was no heat. I couldn't ask them for like, what's the recipe? You know, cook this and you'll have a sixty four million dollars plus a twenty million dollars a year contract. That's not how you get that no recipe, but kind of a constitution or like the walls of a house. I'm hearing still like kind of core concepts of how you approach it, like visualize what you want at the end, be aggressive. Everything is its own language is kind of its own principle. Different. All the houses are different. That was that house. He gave me the rules for that that rule may would not have applied to about ninety nine percent other deals. You joke in your book about going from valley to valley, what are some of the differences between the two cultures and some of the advice you learned in your career that you now find yourself sharing with tech entrepreneurs? I will say the one common denominator is everyone is particularly interested in mistakes because they don't wanna make them, and we don't see that down in LA. No one wants to know anything about mistakes. They wanna forget them. Under the rug. You don't see that in New York either from the founders up here say. So when you did this, what would have happened if you did that, why did you do it that way? In retrospect, it doesn't look like you did it the right way and they're right, and they're really, really, they want to know and look. They're also interested in some of the things that were successful. They're interested in the cultural Mark always talks about software eating the world, our culture, eight, the entertainment business. It just did. And so did the entries in our what's culture. So it's interesting when something works a second time because you say to yourself my God, it works and it worked on a different silo at different vocation. So the vice is usually specific to the business. The entrepreneurs up here are really interested in the good, the bad and the ugly, and that's very different than other places that I travel in pulling up the carpet. They want to know everything and they're not afraid to ask. Thank you so much for joining us on the as sixty. Deepak, thank you.

Michael partner Jurassic Park Ben Horowitz co principal CEO founder Hannah Amazon New York Creative Artists Agency writer Director CAA Jack Warner Michael Ovitz co Europe
Digital Production Buzz - Nov. 22, 2018

Digital Production Buzz

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Digital Production Buzz - Nov. 22, 2018

"Tonight on the buzz. We celebrate thanksgiving with some of our favorite episodes from past months. We start with storytelling at the heart of every media project is a story. But what story Norman Haman editor and professor at the USC school of cinematic arts talks with us about his process of crafting a story next. Mark Harrison, managing director of DP explains. A new survey DP recently finished studying how production companies are handling technological change. The results may surprise you next Barbara three allies twenty seven years ago that it was really difficult for filmmakers to finance the gear they need for their projects. So she set out to change that she founded SE L E Queant finance today. Everyone from independent filmmakers to Disney is using her company to buy the gear. They need easily and affordably next. Jim Malcolm is the North American general manager for humanize make the views VR counry recently views was lifted to the international space station to create a segment for National Geographic, Jim explains what it took to make that happen. Then he and I chat about the current state of VR where it's growing and what needs to happen to bring it to the mass market. All this plus James to Rufo with the weekly Donal news update. The buzz starts now. Since the dawn digital film-making. One show serves a worldwide network of media special. Uniting industry experts Russian filmmaker Russian and content creator around the plant dessert from the media capital of the world in Los Angeles, California digital production goes live now. Welcome to the digital production. Buzz, the world's longest running podcast for the creative content industry covering media production post production and marketing around the world. My name is Larry Jordan. It's thanksgiving night here in the US a time to celebrate friends family, and our many blessings as our way of saying, thanks presenting some of our favorite interviews from the last several months, we selected these based upon two factors how much fun they are to listen to and how much good information they have to share, by the way, if you enjoy the buzz, please give us a positive rating and review in the I tune store. We appreciate your support to help us grow our audience. And now it's time for our Donal news update with James to Rubio. Hello, James and happy thanksgiving. Happy thanksgiving to you too there. You know, I can't wait to get back to thanksgiving dinner. So let's get right to. The news. What's happening? We have a little bit of some some bad news apple has put out techno stating that they're going to basically be eliminating legacy media codex support in future versions of MAC OS. The general feeling here is that they're going to be eliminating thirty two bit legacy media codex including support for DNS HD and go pro Cinna form, but DNS HR is also mentioned which is a little odd because it's a sixty four bit Kodak other thirty two bit codex will probably also be eliminated. But it's unclear which ones at this point. And apple recommends completing any of your outstanding projects in those codex. And then exporting them all to four two to progress James, this is actually a really really big deal. And this is just the tip of the story. But so far, what are your thoughts? Well, the current thinking is that apple is preparing MAC OS even further as they move away from Intel to. Their arm based chips in twenty twenty that they've been designing something which these codex will not be capable supporting. But there's also a theory out there that MAC OS and twelve will continue their gradual convergence, and as we make our way towards a post PC world. If that's the case, we may be seeing the last MAC OS based desktop computers. Coming in the next few years. There's a lot more to the story because it's not just current projects. But all the legacy media that's stored in DNS HD, go pro Senta form, and I'm already doing some research to follow up on this. And we'll feed that back to Donal. So we'll become back to the story. More than once. What's our number two story? Call new product out called Luna display, which can turn your ipad into a second monitor for your. I MAC your MAC book pro or even your MAC mini uses a USB, see or mini display port plug that connects your ipad to your MAC. Via wifi and both your ipad, and your MAC will be operating the lunar display apps to communicate depending upon your wifi connection. You could get near zero latency by doing this. And that's interesting. What what more do, you know about this? Well, there have been several software solutions that have done the same thing. Essentially hacking, your MAC into thinking that your ipad is a USB based display but their software, and as a result that type of application leaves out advanced performance features like GPA, you excel ration- and support for Apple's metal architecture. But Luna display's hardware based solution. Essentially converts your ipad into a USB display with the maps doing all the translation back and forth between MAC OS and twelve the result is full access to your MAC OS. Plus, you'll be able to get back into IRS with simple swipe up. It's a pretty cool little. Future. We're going to be reviewing it in a future weeks. Okay. We've covered apple and Luna display. What's story? Number three. You may recall that smug Ma bought flicker the free photo backup service. Well, they've updated the flicker terms of service, and they're going to be limiting user accounts beginning in two thousand nineteen users will be limited to a thousand still image and video files online with the rest being deleted starting with the oldest files. I what they're hoping to do is they're hoping to encourage users to upgrade to the pro level flicker service, which will be doubled to forty nine ninety five year as opposed to twenty four ninety five year, but you will get unlimited storage at that point users are going to be offered a thirty percent discount to upgrade to the pro level. But you have to do. So by November thirtieth a hate the term two leading images. So what's the inside? Scoop. Yahu started giving users full terabyte of free image. Storage flicker went from a community of photographers sharing their best images and getting feedback to a place where users would just back up everything that they had with no triage, they would just dump. I mean, I've got fifteen thousand images on on flicker right now. The result was an unsustainable business model where they hope that users would upgrade to the press service. But ninety seven percent never did by limiting access two thousand stills for free and enticing users with thirty percent off for the pro level smug hopes to bring flicker back to its original community where photographers got together and supported one. Another online users will have until January eighth two thousand nineteen to back up their images and get their list down two thousand and that includes video too because you can't back videos as well. And we have details on how to do that at all news dot com. James, what are the stories you following this week other stories were following? We have a great list. Black Friday deals and the best part is the raw going on right now. You don't have to wait until Friday. The new ipad pro is incredibly easy to break into. And it looks like the phantom four has better as Aleutian than the new hassle black enabled Manitou pro drone. That's what's going on here. What's going on tonight on the bus tonight in celebration of thanksgiving? We're running some of our favorite segments from the past several months looking at storytelling, how technology changes are affecting production and hot of finance your gear as well as insights on shooting VR, well, as I sit there and my trip to fan and -duced coma I hope to enjoy every single one of them. I hope you do as well James where can we go on the web to read these and all the other stories that you're covering all these stories and more can be found at Donal, news dot com and James to Rufo is the editor in chief of Donal news and joins us every week. I'll see your. Next Thursday, happy thanksgiving, happy thanksgiving to you. Here's another website. I want to introduce you to Donald news dot com dot news, gives you a portal into the broadcast video and film industries. It's a leading online resource, presenting news, reviews and products for the film and video industry. Datta lose also offers resource guide and crew management platform specifically to sign for production. These digital call sheets along with their path directory and premium listings provide depth organizational tools for busy production professionals com. News as part of the community, a community of artists, filmmakers and storytellers. From the Tara feet of filmmaking performing arts fine arts and everything in between Salo is filled with resources you need to succeed. Whether you want the latest industry news need to network with other creative professional's require state of the are online tools. Manage your next project. There's only one place to go. Donald news dot com. Norman Hollan is in editor writer and full professor at the US school of cinematic arts where he is also the inaugural recipient of the Michael Kahn and Dowd chair and editing. Norman, I also co host the popular website to real guys. Hello norman. Welcome any Larry, Larry, Larry. How are you? Well, you know, I have to grin every time. I talk about you being a chair. I think that is just the most hysterical because I can't imagine you sitting down. Actually, you've been everywhere. I said even one on flame. Right tonight. We wanna focus on storytelling, which I know is one of your favorite things to talk about. So to get us started Hoti you define a story. Okay. So for me a story is frequently together with an audio. No. You have things that you want the audience understand that any subject that you're happen to be talking about. So it's a series of like, I don't shop or sounds or music, or whatever you wanna do that. You want have an effect on that Audie? So you can't have a story without an audience is that what you're saying? True. Sometimes the audience is only yourself so you can have an audience of long most of lights had an audience likely more than on any much much more than law. We're not writer individually writers just creating worth for so. Most of the people I know or for as many people as in to listen or watch or experience. So your philosophy is like a tree falling in the forest if no one here sit than it, isn't too story. But when somebody does here, it or view it then it is a story. I don't even know what the is. If if there's a emptied unpopulated, far, I don't know what that actually named. I do know that the people who I've spoken to who may be all I don't know lawyers or editorial boards of newspapers or filmmakers, or whatever. They they all are involved in in vain story conveying meaning in being a motion to a large with for people. Even a group of people only to convince stories to an audio. I'm going to talk about this in a few minutes with Tom Jenkins Jennings. Rather who's coming on after you? But one is. It's a great interview. He did a fabulous job. But one of the ideas that I pitched to him as his my now current definition of the story, which is a story is journey. It's a process that includes emotion and changes. Because what we're seeing is. We're seeing movement over time. Would you agree disagree or say that I'm barking up the wrong tree? Now. I agree. You you've actually what time of Wiley? Slyly for me is about change is is about a contrast is something. Time. Now, the time may be I'm looking at a photograph and. The image or painting or piece of sculpture, but the audience who's exploring that in there. Can I think that's a million percent? Correct. Can storytelling be taught. Or is. It a natural gift. Well, I don't know I storytelling USC, I'm hoping we can each it. I think that if you're absolutely pound to the way in which people receive story what the needs are to help build audience involvement. Then. Yeah, I can't teach very much. But at least the people who have some sensitivity inability to know that there's a difference between what a character may feel in a piece of cinema documentary or corporate radio news, whatever what what they might feel at the beginning versus the middle versus after the middle versus the m if they're aware, but in yeah, we can. Tools to help them understand how to better tell their stories. I think it's akin to dance if you've got natural gifts in terms of being able to move without tripping over the line on the floor. You can be taught to enhance it. But you have to have sort of like a base level of of natural talent. Would you agree? That's true. I think that there are some people who are tone deaf. Who story when I when I'm really talking about is once again, the audience preceding, the story how the audience gets involved with this story may might be to that. But I think there's there's lots and lots of people way more people who are better at storytelling than they actually give him some credit for in fact, I can take a few seconds of very first time that I taught in Jordan, the very first thing that I did. There was I ask them all to come in with the story. But maybe their parents told them or a story that happened to them the day before just something. And then we shot them telling that story and then from there, but they all had away telling stories and different different cultures. But they all. Understood story. Well, that leads me to one of the key things that I want to talk with you about today you've been traveling all over the world teaching and lecturing, and I don't even want to have to give me a list because I get depressed, but given given that you've been immersed in all these different cultures. How to storytelling vary by culture? That's a great question. I think that stories them held are relatively consistent among different cultures. Audi's can make generalization about worry. But you can I think make some important distinctions about the story telling process how different cultures will tell stories Huntley one of the strong awareness that I had after giving a weeklong workshop in Stony. And there were a lot of eastern Europeans. Who were there? They have very different sense of editorial page of what a camera and cannot be doing. Then we here in the United States. Do for instance, where we try and constantly keep the camera moving even it's just little little move away. And cut more freak. Employees all in that is cultural, but the contents of the stories from selves are quite often the same. It's just how they absorb the store. How an audion absorbs the story. I mean for how the filmmakers and tell that story. That's where things become different story telling stories. Ourselves for people who are surrounded with way too much information and are trying to get their story focused. What's it? Good process that we should follow to put a story together. So I always ask myself when I'm editing something or tell suit until about is whose story is the. Who kind of step back now that may be harder to do in the documentary where he writing the volving as you're shooting and editing, but still there's a core to it. And I imagine you went promo about this. But whose story is that? And then how does that person begin? Give me some adjectives for that person. And give me some adjectives for that. What changes what doesn't change and then where do things change? So then you can shape that story or how you tell the story shape, so focusing on those first, and then the watch changes, and then the waiter keeping kind of laser focused on the people and the audience who will be looking at those people will the interesting thing about that is that that's both very granular in very broad. You could look at. Each scene with who's that scene about as well as the entire film say what is the film about? This can be used for breaking down a CENA's while as analyzing the whole overarching story true. Lutely, absolutely. In fact, I don't know how to cut a movie, I don't even know how to cut his. But I know how to cut moments and have them build into a scene, and I'm build into the story. So on the most general level. I know what the overall story want to be even if the changes what that story wants to be in order to get what that seem wants to do with van that story, and then figure out what the shape of best shape for that scene is in order to tell the story in which will add up to the story of the whole movie TV show corporate video, whatever Norman I knew as soon as we started talking about story that you would have opinions and for people that want to keep track of your thoughts about stories and filmmaking general where can they go on the web would follow me on Twitter. Because who's not on Twitter? Right. And and my handle on that at sniff man, that's S C H T T M A N. Norman, Holland is full professor at the UC school of cinematic arts. And as always Norman, thanks for joining us. This has been fun has been pumping a lot the lie. Mark Harrison has twenty years experience as an award-winning freelance producer and director. He's now the managing director and co founder of the digital production partnership or DP, this is an international business change network for media companies. Hello, mark. Welcome back. Hi that good to speak to you. Again. Mark the reason that we want to talk with you today is about your recent survey on production. But before we get to that give us a quick description of who DP is so we can get a better understanding of your perspective where a media industry organization that uniquely works with the whole supply chain. So we know a trade body that represents particular group where the an independent organization that will work with anyone traum production through the supply network to the content providers and the platforms to help them to understand money's change. And try and improve that businesses to cope with it that leads directly into the. Vay that you recently conducted. It was a survey on how production really works. What was the purpose of the survey? Somebody comes from production of always been aware that Olo the content that gets made by produces is the the oil alight. But that of Pluto catch the wheels of our industry and makes us function. The nonetheless the world production is all the mysterious and got a dog and strange to those on in it. And generally, speaking tickly, amongst technology supplies and service providers. There's a really pull on the standing of the culture production will production does and how it was. So we filled that given the everybody's saying how video is driving the internet's in the how mull production now than. Little the we just reach AL's to the production company community and find out actually who's out there. What are they doing? And how they doing it. I tell you having done production for forty years. It's amazing that anything actually gets recorded on film or a Campbell. So and I've been on the inside much more than the outside. So who did you interview? Well, we had responses from almost sixty different production companies they will mostly in the UK, although not exclusively. There was some from the states and some from continent of Europe, but they ranged in type from great big independent production groups, global production entities, right? The way down to tiny companies couple of people and they raised in content creation from people making multi-million pound drama show. Two people making very low cost branded content and lost all of them the same fifty questions fifty questions the mostly had a, you know, dropdown taipans is so that we could create day to the week. Then. On allies and find some patterns in. Well, here's the question. I wanted to ask ever since I read about this survey. What did you learn? I guess the key thing we learned was this that the production community seems now to be divided into two primary groups on the one hand you have production companies that still alarmingly direct their activity at the Brule cost market. So that mostly making full television and the beginning to make full the Meja online providers as well. But that's cool still essentially the same kind of content. Pretty high quality major projects take a long time to make. So you have lows and those companies either a quite sizable one hundred also employees mole and turning over five to ten million dollars a year will mole or even if a smaller they tend to exist within a group of companies. So they still have a bigger entity the OEMs than say had of that group. And then the other end what we found was a huge number of very small independent production who couldn't care less about TV these companies out, directing the FM, and it content. Promotion content found a new business English. They can try and your press release. Now that we've got these two groups those that are working with broadcast, and those that are working for the web, you talk about the culture of production. How is this changed over the last few years? Well, what we found was that in many respects, the culture amongst Brule cons production companies has changed remarkably little still still in that cycle. Big long projects they increase in decrease in size, quite dramatically depending on how the work comes in in the what goes yes, they have Saudi multi skilling. Yes, they do. Now. Do off-line postpone action in house. Yes, they quite often on some production equipment themselves like cameras and some quoting Clinton because some of the people are doing so shoot. But then not dramatically different from what would have found ten years ago. No launch -ly these people in particular roles, but very particular jobs in production Chang. And that's because big productions actually demaim that kind of specialism. But then in these small entities who directed known, bro cost activity. You have pretty much through the of that that very very flats on Hiraoka cool. You know, they tend to have separate offices for that buses. They highly multi skills, they do stuff themselves. So what we found was that the the type and range of content. The those companies make is actually found greater than the bigger entities because L they'll make whatever they need to make to satisfy that client and that very at home with the cloud on with connected services, in a way that. Just out. I wanna come back to the cloud. But before I forget to your findings apply mostly to the UK or can we extend these to North America and the rest of Europe. I think we have to say that constant about this in in the UK because we had few respondents from the territories would have to send is nothing we've found that was inconsistent with us. But I I can be couldn't be quite so confident that it's exactly true. I'm pretty comfortable ever that as a general survey Shen the. The junction around branded content is now a really major and Deva worldwide. You mentioned just a minute ago that there's a difference in how companies production companies are using the cloud. What have you found? Well, what we found out? She was that overall still across the bold all kinds of companies remarkably few using cloud storage. So the forty percents of all the companies who responded to also a using cloud storage. That's still living in a world of hard drives on shells. Be also found that was the when it comes to having confidence in using sound based services. Actually, eighty percent of all companies who very comforting to use those kinds of services are in the number cost community when you look at the world all traditional Brill costs making content. That's still remarkably immune to the development that happens around connectivity. It sounds like an I guess we should really expect this that smaller companies are faster to embrace new technologies than larger companies from this. What can we extrapolate I think that's true companies much to adulting LG than the big ones? What I think we can see in. This is that actually there is a risk for logic companies vet gonna get left behind. They're going gonna find themselves sitting on Lind's all production techniques, actually, restrict them to the w-. World all premium content now made mistake and premium content to dishes production techniques, still Heine relevant now funding, you got produces who actually want to welcome. You ten g who want to be a child who want to use different than you means of production. And if they look for when they're going to want to work right now, they're gonna be multifaceted to go and work in a small company making promotional branded content than they all working in television. What's DP going to do with the findings of this report while showing them with membership? And as you can imagine it's causing quite a lot of interest on the next stage for us. I think we'll be to go on and actually look further into this. This branded content production group because there's a really interesting. That a big industry question emerging, which is a these companies have grown up making branded content going to begin to invade the territory of the traditional operators. All I'll be going to see the two wells remaining remarkably cetera. Because if we do see themselves invasive with traditional Tennessee, then I think the perhaps the time we could begin to say some fundamental changes in the way the production. And she loves that is a fascinating report. I guess it's not surprising. But it's nice that it's quantifiable. Yeah. Exactly. Larrea nor these things we should have expected. But to to latch, expressig numbers is very satisfying a numbers done that before as far as on the lead. Mark for people that want more information about DP or want to become a member. Where can they go on the web thing while website digital production palm, ship dot co dot UK destroy production, shipped UK that's all one word with no spaces digital production, partnership dot CO, not dot com dot CO dot UK and marquess is the managing director of DP of Mark. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks so much. Barbara Griffith is the president of SEO liquid finance. They provide financing to the media industry. And you know, when you think about it businesses need capital, so they can grow or purchase new equipment and SEAL has been a leader in providing the capital for over twenty five years. Hello, Barbara, welcome. Thank you. So much told me about what SEO equipment finance is. Tell me about the company SEO equipment finance is an equipment finance company and we provide funding nationwide including Canada to the media industry. So for example, if a production company needs new editing system or a cameraman needs new camera. Whatever gear they need. We will supply the funding for that gear. When should accompany come to you is there like a minimum finance amount half a million dollars or seven billion dollars or? Something to good question. You should come to us when you're looking to purchase a quick -ment and want to keep capital inside of your business. So for example, our finance programs range anywhere from ten thousand dollars to ten million dollars. And if you're a cameraman whom needs to replace older camera and purchase a new let's say Sony camera in that camera is fifty thousand dollars, you're not necessarily going to write a check for fifty thousand dollars that is a huge burden for any company. They need to reserve their capital. So that they can use that capital for other expenses like your paycheck accounts receivable, so equipment financing, which by the way has been around. Well, over fifty years, it's the number one way that businesses acquire capital, we happen to specialize in the media industry. So back to the reason why maybe a production company needs to replace an older. Dory's? You know storage is big now. So they can finance that storage. And they would want to keep that capital inside their place of business and pay for that piece of equipment on a stream of payments as you would a mortgage payment. Can you even imagine what when you air this? You've got some guy who may be is filming. And he knows that he's not going to be able to get that new contract because he doesn't have the funding to go get that new camera. But no exactly what you mean. Now, he comes to us, and we don't need a bunch of financials. We just need that one page application, and we're going to give him a stream of payments, and he's going to be able to you know, work and performed just as the big guys. Do we're when approved finance company with Disney. So Disney finances their equipment. We did most a lot of the financing for J Paul Getty museum when they went in there and built that museum of the five in general. And I know every case is different. But what levels of funding are people coming to you for. Now, we see a lot of production companies in the media industry because. Technology consistently changes. So we see between twenty five thousand and three hundred fifty thousand that seems to be a really good niche market to replace older equipment. Why should we use your services and not go directly to a Bank? That's a good question. We love our banks the Wells Fargo's in the the, you know, Bank of America's. But as you well know that they are, you know, FDIC insured in federally regulated. They're just not that interested in taking a piece of equipment, Mike, maybe some software. Our camera and financing that so our clattering is our equipment normally are clients will come to us, and we call it the app only program, maybe many of your viewers our audience may know in remember when you could get a home loan based on stated income, it's a little different for us. But we will ask you a few questions. Number one is how long. Have you been in business? And that magic number is if you've been in business at least two years or more you're going to be a very good candidate to get financing. We don't usually look at financial statement. Because a lot of times our customers. Are buying? Let's say that you have a contact CNN. And you need a new uplink truck. And they're putting a demand on you to get the latest equipment. So that that can be. Uplink to their their channel. So you would want to finance that equipment. They're in. We're going to be able to do it a lot easier than your banking relationship. I walked into this industry twenty seven years ago when there was no funding available for the broadcast or the media industry. And I created the portfolios for most of these banks to accept our industry, which is our sole proprietorship who films on the weekend to the mic Leveque s- in New York City who films for major TV productions, right, nobody really wanted to fund a camera that actually, you know, you take China. Right. So it's not like a house at stable or dry cleaner that you can walk into their store. I hope the industry actually create programs that are broadcast industry. Can now get you made a good point. You said the banks are insured in her federally regulated. They've got a lot of regulations to follow. Which means they're probably going to be around for a while. It sounds like this is much more unregulated an. Much less safe. Is that true? Oh, no, not at all. We're our partners are all of the banks that we were very safe environment. Equipment financing has been around for well over fifty years. It's a trillion dollar industry. What we consider that the money that we're going to let you borrow is going to be written up almost like a rental agreement. So you can see if you take the same philosophy of when you I rented that apartment, and you went into the landlords to fill that rental agreement. You really didn't own that particular rental, but you rented the apartment much easier than buying the apartment, and so that's kind of our rules and regulations to you do own the equipment at the end. If you choose to do that. But because of the way that the law is written or the way that our lease agreements are written. It's much easier to qualify all of our major banks are big players in financing. It's an extremely safe environment. But I'm gonna do it as disclosure here. All companies have a reputation. So there's there's good production companies. There's not so good production companies. There's good doctors good printers. And so you wanna work with a solid company with whatever you do. You wanna follow the reputation of that company when should we finance, and when should we rent? Oh, that's a good question. I just gave a workshop this weekend to a group, and it was how to start a business, and that was something we liked to cover. If you're using a camera once a month, and that camera rental is one hundred seventy five dollars a day. Then you know, that you're going to rent that for one hundred seventy five dollars a month that is going to be your expense. If you are looking at that camera, which is like fifty thousand dollars, and that camera you're going to be using five or six times a month or more. And the lease payment. Let's say is five hundred dollars a month. Then it's going to behoove you to go ahead and buy the equipment through elite traditionally program our equipment financing program. So that you can pay the five hundred a month use the equipment as much as you need. And then offset the outside expense like a rental. So you have to determine how often you need that -ment rent the equipment. I then you'll make that decision and how much capital is going out of your company for rental expense. We place the it's called replacing outside services. Weren't is your capital come from. That's a good question are capital comes from all different types of portfolios. It will come from an FDIC insured Bank, like a wills or like, a key Bank or Susko Hanis places of that nature. We also work with Wall Street, which of course, if you can even imagine how aggressive Wall Street is we will with private equity. Funds. So for example, private equity funds might be you. And I go to the Bank, we go get two hundred and thirty million from Wells Fargo at say, and then we bring that X amount of dollars into our place of business, and we then create the credit scores for our clients borrow from us what terms especially the interest rate. How is that calculated? And what what's the right currently interstates are all credit driven. So the better the company the better the interest rate leases equipment financing usually does not have a true into straight. Because again, it's it's going to be written like a lease agreement. A lease agreement doesn't really have the same qualifications as alone like mortgage. So in order to keep the regulations easy for the buyer to buy have an equipment financing program to replace older equipment equipment financing regulations and rules and regulations are much easier. So everything is credit driven the better the credit. The better the program rates now currently. Go for an interest rate. We're just like Bank financing. You can get as low as five percent on up. If it's a ten million dollar transaction. You might look at three and a half percent. But really in the equipment finance industry. It would be very unfair to say that everything's credit driven by an interest rate because there really isn't a true interest rate to a rental and because the greets are written like a rental agreement. You can't put a interest rate next to that rental agreement. But yet you can make the rules of how someone qualifies for the financing much easier. Because it's written like a rental agreement and Barbara for people who want more information about the services your company offers where can it go on the web? They would go to L equipment finance dot com. That's all one word S as in Sam see isn't Charlie Ellison and Larry because. Why not that's S C L equipment finance dot com and Barbara Griffith is the president of the equipment, finance and Barbara. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you, very it's been a pleasure. I want to introduce you to a new website. They loaded dot com. Belan is an artist community and networking site. For creative people to connect be inspired and showcase their creativity. Bela dot com features content from around the world with a global perspective on all things creative. They load is the place for creative, folks. To learn collaborate market and sell their works. Bela was part of they low arts of one of wad community of artists filmmakers and storytellers from photography filmmaking performing arts, the fine arts and everything in between. They low is filled with the resources you need to succeed. Visit they low dot com and discover how their community can help you connect learn and succeed that stay low dot com. Joop Malcolm is the North American general manager for humanize technology. He's responsible for managing the views. VR camera product ecosystem and sits on the board of directors for the consumer Technology Association and is the immediate past president of the imaging alliance. Hello, Jim, welcome. Thanks for having me. It's always good to have you back. How would you describe the views VR camera? You know, the quickest way to think of the views camera. It is a stereoscopic VR camera captures three hundred sixty degree video in full VR. So it's a four K video per I. So you get three D stereoscopic imagery, I've seen three d done a number of different places around the world. But recently, you got involved with the project that took you somewhere other than the world. Tell me about this it take us out of this world a little bit. We had the opportunity to work with National Geographic who is working on a TV series called. Win strange rock, and what they wanted to do was to give VR experience to viewers who could actually go up to the international space station and VR headset and experience weightlessness, and what is like to be in the in the space station. So long story short we worked with them. And we're able to get the camera up into the space station for this series did National Geographic come to you. Or did you reach out to them for this three D project? It's started at a trade show actually earlier that year at NABC they were going around trying to figure out what type of cameras to do and we sat down, and he stood up during the trade show and had a conversation about VR and cameras and what they really liked about our camera two things. One actually three was the actual size in the weight. They was actually manageable and easy to get up. Second of all because it's incredibly easy to use. They didn't need to train the astronaut to become a photographer. Right dell. He had to do is turn it on and off. And then last piece that made sense to everybody was the fact that we have such high image quality, which unfortunately because of our price point people think that oh, maybe it can't be good. But the character actually create to four K videos, so the net GIO piece that you see they actually rendering that out at forty ninety six by forty ninety six resolution that then causes all kinds of problems in post because the codex aren't recognized and it's hard to export it endure the else but net year together with their partners where able to manage that workflow and render out at the maximum resolution of the camera. Well, how did you get your cameras approved to be on the space station. Well, I'll tell you there's a there's a lot that goes into the back end of it. We had to work with National Geographic. But also NASA and their third party agencies to become certified, and they take the camera through a pretty vigorous system to look at everything from cosmic radiation interference. Possibilities and battery and weight and reliability in order to get approved to go up to space and the good news is the views camera was selected to go up. Did you need to alter change any part of the camera or it's a Societa technology to go into space. We did not do it ourselves. But NASA did work to create a new battery system. Apparently, the lithium ion batteries are frowned upon in the international space station because of fire hazards or other issues, you might have weightlessness. So they created an adapter to connect to their existing power ports that they have already approved in space so short of taking out the battery and powering it differently. There are no other modifications to the camera itself. So what cure was sent up and when did it go? So it went up in in November of two thousand seventeen with the cygnus aircraft, which is a actually a supply ship that sent up the the supplies. It was received by one of their. Astronauts up there who's actually an astronaut with ISA the European Space Agency named Paulo Polly. It's the views camera itself that went up, and in this extra battery pack that they created and they did one other small modification to the camera which was they wrapped it in copper and robbed at in copper to tech the assessors from cosmic race. It must have spent so exciting to watch that rocket take off. What was it? Like, it's amazing to watch it go up, but you still don't really get it. You're like, okay. That went up, and I have something in there. But what really got it for me is when I I watched the footage for the first time, and it came down we rendered it because it came down as as raw data. So we had to render it once it landed back into into our servers, and I put in a headset. And I literally felt like I was flying around or floating around in the international space station that. That's when it really hit me that. Oh my God. Like, I in the international space station, and we did all this work together. Of course with National Geographic and Ness any send everybody else to create this amazing content. What were your challenges in editing the footage, and who did the other thing? We did the rendering itself. The camera. Self captures raw video in a prior Terry format, we then put that through the view software in order to render it into files, so we rendered the video clips, but then National Geographic went ahead and did the final edit on it itself. And I would say that the biggest challenge that we had were obviously stitched lines, which you're always gonna have in VR anyway, how to manage them. But it was an extra challenge because it's a relatively tight space. So you had lots of up close objects or things floating by that went through stitch lines take into consideration. I had a chance to look at the video which is posted your websites about four and a half minutes. If I remember at a spectacular. Killer between the music. The narration the script and the video. It's a spectacular piece of work. What comments have you had on its two full for people are absolutely amazed with the storytelling. And when I look at a lot of the work that's been done in VR, so far it really hasn't been tied as well as it can be to a narrative or a story or a dialogue, and in the case of one strange rock, and with the producers did was they created a ten part series narrated and hosted by Will Smith, and that's actually broadcast on TV, then they made this companion product, which is the VR where they're able to use the graphics and the voice over in the music and the talent and everything. And so we ended up with this very high production value piece that is kind of this companion to the much larger one strange rock. Playback in distribution of VR media has been causing the industry some issues recently, you guys announced something new that could help what's the announcement. So what we have something called humanize zone. And what zone is is a platform that you can go to in your on your PC and just go to any web browser basically, and you can construct your own VR website in three hundred sixty degree three d VR video, and then you can distribute that to headsets using a standard browser and other words whoever's viewing that VR content in a mobile platform doesn't need to download an app what's involved in getting it. And how is it priced the zone? It self is three different tiers of it. Right. As a free package that gives you a little bit of store space. And then it goes all the way up if you get the top of the line, it's two hundred dollars a year. But that not only gives you access to the platform, but let you put in custom URL 's and. Bedded into your existing web presence. So that it looks very seamless as opposed to a free standing site. There's been a lot of talk recently that that VR is not growing as quickly as it was a couple of years ago. Now, I know you are personally fully invested in VR, but what's your take on the industry as it's slowing down. Or is it becoming niche shores? It's still something that that we the rest of us need to pay attention to. It's definitely something we need to pay attention to and I'm not just saying that from the content creation point of view. But actually this week. I was at witty the women in technology international conference. And I had the opportunity to present to a lot of the attendees their VR in a our applications, and although all of us kind of propeller heads that are in this category. Al at time start going, oh, wait a minute. This. I've seen this before I've done that. We cannot lose sight of the millions and millions of people who've never seen VR experience. They've never seen a narrative. That's then turned into a non Lynn. Dear narrative in a headset where you can actually be entertained or be trained or be informed or get excited about something that you're creating so again the industries in its infancy and a lot of us in the industry tend to talk to each other. And kind of we see the same things, please. I don't want anybody to lose sight of the fact that the mass market consumer the real market opportunity to monetize VR has never even experienced it for people that do wanna know what views has available where can they go on the web, the easiest way to find us simply go to views dot camera, and that's V use E E dot camera. There's no dot com or anything like that on the end. So used dot Cameron. You'll find your way to us. That website is V use e e dot camera views dot camera, and Jim Malcolm as the North American general manager for humanize technologies that makes the views camera and Jim thanks for joining us today. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. I will. Ascot an unrelated question when you're done with with me. No, we're done. Go ahead. So the unrelated question to to this is what are you hearing from the industry about this space for me? I think the VR industry is preaching to the choir. And it needs to figure out a way to broaden its church to use a bad analogy. Yeah. But you're you're on the core of ER the thing that makes the most compelling is it's experiential nature. I can't go to the space station, but I can experience it using your video is really good point. And one of the things we often talk about it is this gap between being an observer, which is really what we've done for hell over many of years that we've gone to either a a movie theater to watching. Netflix on our streaming on our TV, right? We are watching observing what's going on. With VR dozen particularly good VR. Is it turns you into a participant? And if we can immerse a viewer into becoming. A participant in the experience, then they're going to start to interact with it. They're going to have things like higher brand recall. They're going to have desire to come back into the headset again for another layer of experience because they're not just watching something. They're participating in part to to that is opening the door into social VR. Fortunately, there's still a stigma. I don't wanna put on a headset and sit there by myself and be lonely and friends will make fun of me or make videos and post them on the internet of me online just sitting in my headset. I have a different argument, which is as social platforms take off, and you, and I could be having this conversation in a virtual reality headset in the future where we can actually see each other and photo realism using camera technology that brings us to life in VR. Now, you have a reason to go in a headset other than entertainment or consumption, if a reason to go into. Munich eight with your co workers to train groups to hang out with your friends to see your parents who live on the other side of the country. All of that stuff is coming. It's just how do we inspire? The next group of creators today in order to deliver on those promises in the future put on a headset and do something totally abnormal. I think that's a hard pitch. I think it's a hard pitch today. But I think we're gonna see this interesting wave where people are going to get their first in-depth long-term headset experiences at work interesting. Then they'll start to become trained for lack of better term how to interact in a headset which then opens the curiosity door to. Well, what else is out there? What else can I do with this Healthcare's coming up big time in VR the airline industry? There are a bunch of different verticals. And even though we don't see the entertainment titles out. Yeah. Yet. They're gonna come. And I think they're gonna come at the same time. We see a maturity and accessibility to headsets so Oculus go at two hundred dollars. Right. That's been out for a couple months. Now that's a bit of a game changer because it makes things more available has an industry. We don't see what's referred to AAA content. Right. The high end stuff coming from the motion picture studios because the development cycle for those. Triple A experiences is about three years the technology to truly create this stuff only became mainstream about eighteen months to a year ago. So in reality, we're still year and a half to two years away from productions that are in development now that they actually become productized. So he had to remember when you do start to see that AAA content from the major labels come out. That's the stuff is being built now. It's most of it's being done behind closed doors, and people aren't talking about it because there's a competitive I and how many get this out, and where where's my revenue stream than it'd be on it and all that business models getting figured out in parallel. That's exciting. Jim. Thank you so much. My pleasure. She said. You know, I was just thinking it's thanksgiving night here in the US a time to reflect and be grateful for all that we have all too often. We determine our value by the things that we own, but the recent California wildfires changed my perspective on that our house was in the middle of the fires in the we were evacuated. Our house was safe when we came back to it five days later, but within just a few blocks for the ruins of scorched hills and burned out houses, so many other families lost everything donation centers are set up in parking lots throughout our neighborhood at this time of thanksgiving much has been lost. But much also has been found the kindness of strangers the strength of family and friends and the realisation that we are all part of a much larger family. Like, many families. We may not all get along. But when times are tough we can all help. That's what I'm thinking about this thanksgiving. I wish you and your family, health happiness and strength to continue. I'll chat with you again next week. I want to thank our guests this week. Norman Holland with USC marquess in with DP Barbara Griffin with SEO liquid finance Jim Malcolm with humanize and James to Rufo with Donald lose dot com. 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"What this thing is active there dude. Life guys on. Today's show get ready for new headaches at checkout and many companies are hiring but you may not want to work there. And what companies should you buy stock and during this time an? Are you an essential employees? All these questions and answers will be discussed here on this episode of Deacon. Live how are you Howard things are you doing? And you know we haven't done this and I think this is a perfect time for a big ready hands over your head. Big Stretch and John who here we go going into the second week the second cycle of this quarantine that we have here in the United States and I think it's. I'm hoping that it's working suck after the whole entire Quarantine lifted you know. Basically they're like we give up we. We have no answers for you. Everything's bad go on your business. And here's all the vitamins and stuff. We'll just stick them in. Hopefully you can buy. But no I mean I'm hoping they just extended the quarantine for another all the way till April nineteenth sixteenth. I'd get the nines and sixes backwards or upside down but I think they just extended it for all the way they were thinking like to the end of March and now they've extended another All the way to the middle of April at say that so there we go. We're in a worm full. Not Full lockdown the President. He released a statement saying that. You know only the essential employees. And we'll get into that here a little bit later in the broadcast but as far as us here at the Franch I'll give you franchise update of what we're doing. Here are eggs that we sell by the roadside literally. We have a big sign. That says Briar oaks farms. Here at the French and eggs available and people drive down the long driveway. We have a special bell which is really cool. Big Old cast iron type belts. When you hit that thing you can hear that thing for a good mile. Maybe but you hit that thing. And if I'm home Y. So my wife's home now until April nineteenth. They're able to middle of April because she's been banned to the house and we sell eggs and people coming up and they're buying you know eight to ten dozen at a time and they're like on. Ucla's you saw eggs. I go as long as up for sale. Sign out front says eggs for sale. No problem. We've got them and like I said we've got ninety chicken. So we're laying anywhere from ten to twelve dozen eggs a day. Now it's up to me to stay on top of Omen and you'll keep them clean and rotate the stock and do all that stuff. But unfortunately one of our I say walking coolers are big coolers big refrigerator units that we normally house the eggs in took a dump on us so I had to take that down to the recycle center. And so we're looking to get another. You know. Walk in Type Double Door French. Whatever they are but anyways we're doing good here at the ranch on my wife. I went grocery shopping at the Walmart and did the essential grocery shopping. He'll picked up another pack of Ham. Not the good stuff. We're doing survival. We're doing. We're trying to get survival and they just happen to have a couple of rolls of toilet. Paper grabbed a couple of those. I don't know if I told you guys before. My wife was like going to do. We have no Mike. Yeah we've got a whole thing of toilet paper down in the bottom there. Underneath in the Pantry area actually a laundry room pantry area and then she picked it up. She's like are you talking about this. Pack I go. Yeah that pack right there. She flipped over. Its paper towels. Holy did I stress. I thought I had a whole twenty four pack or whatever toilet paper down underneath the the folding table the laundry folding table. And she's like no. These are paper towels and I go well Shit Shit Shit Shit so now. I'm like well I'm GonNa have to break up the table saw and cut those things down so we can put him on the roles. Fortunately enough there. The mass run on a toilet paper here in the beautiful town of Marshall hasn't been as prominent as it has been like major cities you know Charlotte Raleigh and you know all those people in our state. We live in North Carolina. But so we were able to go out to to Walmart. I was able to go to Walmart and I grab some couple rolls. A like a six pack. It's just me and her just her so bought a six pack because well that's all they had so I bought a six pack and then by two and then get greedy like everyone else. Because I'm like if they've got this amount now hopefully in a week's time or two we how. How fast do I go through a roll of paper a toilet paper maybe a role every month? No no no no no hold on your Damn Liar. Deacon know maybe a role a week and a half I go through and girls always got these people faster and I'm like I kept yelling. Four Squares Bay four squares five squares count off and she does. She's like I know I heard I should put like a little bell on the thing if she pulls it too much that you hear the little bill dealing. Hey that thing spinning around too fast. That's more than four squares. A paper you need. I know I took too much and I'm ripping off and folding it up and putting it on the shelf right next the toilet so you can use that one next time. What have we gotten into? What have we gotten into ourselves as human beings? What have we done all crowbars? No the United States. We're not states. Where are the best country? In the world we can defend defining defect. Everything and then sure enough. This little virus creeps in key. No you're not very you're very vulnerable. You're not very protected. And here we are ripping toilet paper for sheets at a time so I hope you guys are doing good. I hope this whole thing is. You're not going stir crazy at the house. I know a lot of people out. There are trying to find projects and stuff for the kids to do or a lot of parents are having a home school their kids and and if it wasn't for computers then kids would be this whole thing. I told my wife we were sitting at breakfast the other day. They would scrub the whole school year. And just think little johnny. I guess what next year this year? You're in tenth grade. Yeah then. The Corona virus hits. And everyone's gotTa be home school and I go you know. The government says all the kids all the standings and everything all the grade levels are being held to next year. So everyone's gotTa do the same grade next year because we really didn't get a flu did really yes. Maybe that's exactly what they said. And I've got some real estate over there. I'd like the Celje waterfront property on whatever that song is so yes She can't have you know she's all she's all in her world because she she's very important person what she does. So she's got all these that's all she needs for me. She got all these things going on in her head. As far as you know she's got a responsibility you know she's got fifteen hundred some on employee she's got to take care of and now. I just got little me. Luo mean little her and all the animals and here on the French so she hasn't really gotten out to do shopping. She hasn't seen the the hustle and bustle on the stuff. That people are going through this whole pandemic. I come home and I tried to call her but she reads emails. You know she gets the corporate emails of WHO Shutting Down and what shutting down the West Coast of the United States is shutting down. And she's got transfer all this other stuff and all this. It's a lot. It's a lot for her to take on her shoulders tonight. I don't help help. I said I said look. Let's go up to the local food line which is the other direction the other side of town and it's a little closer. It's about twenty miles away so I mean you take some time and she's like we're going to need this. We're GONNA need that. We're going to eat this. You know we didn't get enough of that you know. We wanted to get packs of chicken. You know chicken breasts and stuff like when and Walmart are Walmart and the local area here had enough chicken wings chicken wings. I got chicken wings all day long. But you can't survive on them. You know you would have to have fifty sixty to seventy especially in this household if we chicken wings every day so I said. Let's go to the food lineup here and see what they've got you know. Let's walk around. I want you to see stores I want you to get a feel of what is actually going on. Because I don't want say she's out of touch she's not out of touch. She's she's on the other end of spectrum of what's going on. She's on a corporate level. She's trying to do that. So let's you know the commodores hear me who let's go. Let's go shopping. Let's go food shopping so we went through the local food line here and granted. They weren't as cleared out. They had plenty of bread which is weird toilet paper out. The door read still packed on the shelves. Which is weird. I don't know walk through. Of course the meat was gone. Yes chicken was gone. There was a lot of frozen fish and a lot of frozen stuff still. She felt better. We got a little bit more of the necessities that we need a couple more canned veggies couple more. Can this and stuff to make big like? Let's make LASAGNA. All right well we have a deep freezer. So we're looking through them again. Got Hamburger meat got hamburger meat. Got Plenty of that plenty of that. She felt that after grocery shopping. She's like okay. We're good portion. Your meals out is what I'm telling her. I'm like all right. We'll make you know play to this. You we have to eat this. There's no going around this. Well let's get some chocolate cakes and let's get some outright babe thanks survival shop for survival. Just get the get the stuff that you need just worse case scenario. If that's the last thing we have on earth the little thing of Beanie we's or whatever that the can't stand is in the back corner of the Pantry and pull that this is a bay this last game so we she. She felt better. We got back in the car and headed back to the French here and so she's doing okay and the cool thing is and I won't say it's cool it. You rely on your neighbors or you're just not depend a relying your neighbors. It's just good to have good neighbors and down on one side of the property. Our neighbors an airplane airplane neighbor. One side of the property is an AIRP- I almost said it'd be an airplane pilot. And he's affected he's telling me the stories of what they're doing with As far as flying and grounding flights and stuff on the other side of our property there's a gentleman there and his family lives there. I think there's five or six of them in the house big family. I think it's the Filipino. Or from the wine islands up so I guess it would be Filipina. Hunan Filipinos will be felt. Philippines are w no but I mean there that culture and so like the the grandfather lives there and the one of the uncles live there anyway. he works at one of the. Tyson chicken processing plants here. And he's like you know if we can't what Tyson does if they can't get the products out. Don't give it to the employees and he's like well what you have a hard time finding any food and I go. Yeah you can't find chicken breasts and I wasn't even thinking about the time I had a couple of beers and they were doing karaoke and I went over there to do some yoga with them. He's like hey man you know times like this. They actually give the employees packets of chickens and or chicken the stuff that they make and they give it to the employees and then they loved the trucks and they making sure that their employees taking care of the process all the chicken. So that's good that's great so he's like I'm GonNa do you want what do you want? He's like I'll grab whatever you want. I'm like all right so this was just the other day. So they haven't got to that point yet but he says as soon as they start handing them out to the employees. He's like Oh grabbed me a packer to and that's great. That's that's exactly what you WANNA hear. I wish I could do. Actually I'd say I wish I could do. We give him eggs all the time from our from our flocks and stuff so they go one neighbor helping out another neighbor. Everything's GonNa be alright. Everything's GonNa be good so just sticking their arm-in-arm and let's get through this and hopefully on this episode will. I don't WanNa say we're going to lighten it up. I'm just regurgitating stuff that I'm reading stuff that you might have missed through your scroll or you. Just don't have time if you're one of those people is fortunate enough to be working right now. Hopefully you're catching up with us here around when we come back we'll get into the meat and potatoes of show. My name is the deacons cigarette in your profit radio. That how'd you I go so far. it's we're doing okay. I was just Kathy just made a bunch of starting to eat. Oh what are you having all right? She made on. She made him sandwiches. Oh Nice what kind of ham hard boiled or broiled cooked. It was dead and she's a cheese but she puts She puts a little bit of rallies in it's puts miracle whip she gets Daily Gandhi's you've already ruined the sandwich you put relish N. Miracle Whip. Yeah a tiny bit of it. She makes she makes them case off. Forty slip I celebrate heading four four eight eight zero zero Martin. Winging the live you can give us a call anytime at four some four four eight eight eight zero zero seventy time at the Queen City Studio located just outside of Charlotte North Carolina and beautiful town. We like to call Marksville. You can also follow on all our social networks and stuff just search for Deacon live. All one word on you can find us on facebook instagram twitter and also YouTube. And I'll get into the youtube thing here in a little bit right now. We're going to do for speaking of catching you people up. These are just stories ripped from the headlines. These are stories that you might miss a sculling through pages. I don't get into them to just stuff that that's happening out there in the world right now. Prince Charles has a corona virus. Says the Queen says he has a bad call but is generally feeling quote Unquote Okay and he battles the corona virus. That's Prince Charles over there. In England has a corona virus in mums eases. The Queen of England is his mom. Several airlines are doing away with the middle seats and beverage. Services Delta Airlines southwest American Airlines. Have all announced this week. They are temporarily suspending beverage service and cutting meal service and its way to cut costs and reduce the number of or what the flight attendants actually touched. What they touch is being cut Amazon suspends over three thousand nine hundred sellers for Corona virus related price-gouging Amazon's also said it's working with law enforcement officials. The company is proactively sharing information with the State Attorney's office general am federal regulators on sellers gouging prices during this time for eroneous price gouging during the corona virus crisis universal studios in Universal Orlando Resort Universal Studios. Hollywood has announced that you're extending temporary corona virus closures which they previously said they would be closed for the month of March and now remain. Close all the till April nineteenth as we continue to respond to the current conditions to make the health and safety for the team members guests as our top priority. So there you go. Those are stories from that. Like no word on Disney yet. So there you go I mean those are just some of the stories that In that you might have missed that have been tucked away in between some of the major outreach and outcry from the government and stuff as far as doing the whole shutdown the stuff that we're mostly worried about everyone's worried about you know what are they gonNa do with the airlines are fly out anymore. I'll hear it is. It is end of March getting into the end of March. And it's my wife is our six wedding anniversary. Thank you very much. Thank you very much but We were talking about maybe two weeks ago before all this went down. We said you know. What are we going to do? What would you like to do and my wife at the time cheese? She's seeing the small pebble rolling down the Hill Gathering Moss. More than I was and she just find hotel. Let's let's go somewhere. Let's do something you know. Normally we take like a four day weekend do that and so I was planning on going to Savannah. Now do we drive the Savannah or do we fly to Savannah so I was looking at flights and flights were getting really really cheap to fly to Savannah but if we drove down we'd have to bring the dog if we didn't bring the dogs and we flew down than we have to house the dog? And then it's you know it's the whole thing in find someone to watch the property so and then the whole mandate for quarantine hit and shut all that down. We're not doing so. You think people say you know that it affects travel. It affects vacations and stuff. Just that one little snippet of everyone's on quarantine don't go anywhere made made us change our mind right then and there no. I don't want to take the risk. I don't WanNa take the going to the hotel now. Granted you can find cruises you can find airfare like round trip to California. I think for like two hundred and fifty bucks person at which normally would be you know. Eight seven eight hundred. I don't know how much it is. I'm making that up but I mean just dirt cheap. I mean it's it's a third if not a quarter of the price of what it used to be but now airline sees sees this problem that will no one's flying no one's traveling. I'm sure you've seen on your facebook feed the pictures of the person you know your friend sitting in the in the chair in the aisle taking a Selfie of all the empty seats behind them. So that type deal. Sending an airlines are realizing that. So they're they're eliminating the middle seat not physically pulling it out but they're saying you know we're only selling seats on the left and the right and left and right or the the aisle or the window the window even if you sell that some of these lights are still still not booked to capacity and I can understand the beverage thing. I can understand all that but I mean this. This is what we're getting to. This is what we're doing. I went shopping the other day because we decided to do To FINISH OUR GARDEN FOR THAT. We were going to do it when we got back from from our anniversary. But you know I went out there and I plowed the fields and I turn the soil and getting all that ready and stuff so when we came back from from our trip that the soil be ready to go. And now that we've done. That took a couple of extra days that I was waiting on doing this. And turn the soil so the soil here on the property is ready to go so my wife's like all right. Let's start playing. Let's do the Rosa Corn. Let's do the Rozov. What does WANNA do corn? She wants to do Zucchini. She wants to do this stuff stuff for us. And if we have any leftover spaghetti wash you guys are seeing the pictures of the stuff when we have an excess We do a Pro Stan at the at the front of our property and it's donation only. I'll put down their whatever. We got ears of corn. And just the extra stuff that you know. We can't eat it fast enough. We can't sell fast enough. We'll put it down there and and people just combine. They drop a Gallo out there. They have a quarter or dollar whatever. They always appreciate that. So that's what we're doing this this week coming up or actually this weekend coming up. I went out and bought some tomato plants. 'cause I I just can't grow tomatoes from seed. I I don't know why but we're not there. Bought maybe two three dozen tomato plants and get those all ready to go. So that's what we're doing turning the soil getting ready plant in the fields and hopefully hopefully we won't have to rely on our fields as far as consumable products. Hopefully we can expand those out for everyone else to help them as well in these times when he saw it. When we come back I know a lot of people on there. Aren't working or the job that you have won't let you work. There's a whole bunch of information that's in that so when we come back there might be some little side. Hustle might WANNA pick up. And I'll get into that here when we come back. Deacon live right here on profit radio. 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Not that you're going to do anything like that. But I've seen a lot of people that have been joining not oversight just at that instant cart and shipped and door dash because all these people need food they need. I say fast food but I mean you know. The people are buying food from restaurants at can have people to sit down in them. So they're sending these these people WanNa make a little extra side money little side hustle until your business or whatever you're doing I what they're doing. You can sign up for Matt. I mean now when you go to the insecure thing and they they send you the store. If you don't know witnessed card is basically you have someone grocery shop for you and a lot of times. They'll you're allowed to go out there and buy wine and bring it to these people now. You have checked the ID and all that stuff Shipped the same thing S. H. Ipt is the same thing and and there's a couple of companies out there that are doing one thing that you're going to run into now. Is that your your favorite grocery. Stores are changing the way that they do customer contact. Customer interactions and. I think it's just hopefully it's just for this this crisis that we're getting into so right now. Some of the top ten distributors as far as your grocery stuff. And when I say top ten like Harris Teeter public's Walmart actually Kroger's Alberson's if you can find an versus anymore are now getting into this new setup. They understand that there has to be some kind of protection and they will be installing plexiglass company-wide at the registers customer service at pharmacies to combat the spread of the corona virus. Now when I say a plexiglas they're not. It's not like the old days when used to go to the bank tellers. And they had that big thick glass in front of you bulletproof. And you're shooting them and shoot them. You can't get through them but what they're doing is they're putting the. This was watching a video. They're putting this twenty four inch by maybe thirty six inch last shield when you lean on the counter or lean on that little that little flat surface that they have for. If you were going to write a check they give you that little flat surface there who who writes a check anymore deacon. I don't think a lot of people do some of the lady. Does that area right there where they have the the monitor you know when they're scanning stuff they're putting a big old plexiglas shield and these are all the grocers. That are doing that Harris Teeter like I said Publix Bilo foodline winn-dixie Hampshire. They're out they're all GONNA follow suit but they want it they want to bring you in. They want to keep you safe. Instead of sending your current person out there to hassle the the Treasury's of picking up food for you and bring it home. Dan Dan you heard what he had to say as far as you know his he's dealing with his wife's not very. I don't WanNa say she's not very well she just she's a very fragile person. He was telling me that you know he goes to the grocery store and he'll take all the cardboard and stuff into the House and Senate on the counter but like all the canned goods and stuff. He'll leave in the car for twenty four hours. So that if there's a virus on it or whatever it'll it'll dissolve out there and then he brings it in then he wipes it off. These are you. Don't think about little things like that. There was someone on the radio. It was talking about one thing. He's been a teacher for so many years You know junior high elementary school. He's like don't grab the cannon. The front grabbed the CANTU cans back well. Why would you do that because I always say never been touched by human hands? Which is I make a joke of it. But Yeah it. Let's say you're looking at a canopies when you grab that canopies in the front what do you do you spin it around and you look at the ingredients. There's people on the Kito Diet people doing all this stuff. And they're looking at the the candidacy. What and then they put the either put it in the car they go. Nope can't have that one and they put it back on the shelf. So how many times has that happened? That front can gets that. Read the ingredients. Nope it's got a elective flaccid acid. I can't have that and then you go onto the next whatever product and you're going down line so I don't know if that's common sense. I was kind of fun to listen to that story. As far as the guy that teachers said he reaches all the way in the back while he's dripping his arm his underarm juice on the front cancel. I still wouldn't pick the front cast. But go Harris Teeter public's all your major providers of groceries and stuff are putting. You're going to start seeing them. The big plastic plexiglas screens in front of the Castro. So stick around When we come back we'll get into more of the show. You listen right here on property. 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Click on that and we'll play right here on the The very next podcast. So I don't WanNa say that I don't WanNa do doom and gloom because we lost a legend this week in death. We lost a one legend. I say legend. There's a lot of people out there that left and right. I'm talking to celebrity status. And if you don't know by now it's this gentleman right here wasn't you? Oh what so. If you're not familiar with that song you might be. I know that's a far stretch. So you might. You might be familiar with this on here. He began to speak he said. Son Expression the Gameboy you gotta learn plea you go. That's right unfortunately your phone. I'M GONNA say Kenny Loggins Kenny. Rogers has passed away. We won't be so love. Kenny loggins in but yeah Kenny. Rogers passed away and he's going to be missed and his chicken and is going to be missed as well. He passed away at the age of eighty one. Eighty one years old. He passed away. I saw joke saying he. He knew windfall them during this crisis. The bad bundler but there you go. That's Kenny Kenny. Rogers Pass Away Dolly. Parton did a big old spiel about how much she meant to him and gave her a chance of of what she was doing and open up the doors for country. Music being mainstream Kenny. Rogers kind of did that in a certain way was doing lot of a lot of bad stuff in the beginning but I guess he straight straighten his life out towards the end there so straighten your life out now. A lot of people are home. A lot of stay at home moms or now have to stay home. Stay at home. Moms and wives are now home and they're dealing with the husband or the boyfriend or the kids being home and I want you to hear this story right here. It's pretty funny. Because the the stay at home mom stay at home. Wife is getting bombarded with extra chores outside anyone could reverse the roles in the section. You GotTa stay at Home Dad or stay at home. Whatever the roles are being reversed and this young lady here just had had it and of course you know. She's on the famous tick. Tock and everything like that so listen to this story and you can watch us on the Youtube Channel. Just search for Deacon live under the Tent Deacon live all one word you could see this in real time as we're talking about a here on the program so he go. This is called. Throw it the fuck out corona virus. I became a miracle worker. Assume you fix my team. I don't know what incident. His pants fixes. This is what he wants me to fix. This is what he wants me to fix. Fix his pants so he's gotta rip from where his belt seem would be past his pocket down to his his cheek at the bottom. The whole it looks like someone took a knife. Not In the middle scene off to the right took a knife in the back of his pants. Look like he thinks some fucking Martha Stewart. He thinks. I'm going to be meeting like this sense knitting wool night in the middle of quarantine. Throw the fucking jeans throw Hughes's my favorite easier favourite? Tv with them. She's sticking her face through the split. It's that big. Where are you going wear them at the fuck out of my side? I told you pick one more things to do. You pick one more fucking thing for me to do. He's dead. Somme said to me. Look assist two of them the fuck out. Roll them the fuck out. She's not she's not doing it. My side I'm done with this. He thinks I'm Shapiro. I'M GONNA stop making miracles happen. Jesus he thinks Jesus get. Outta my sight with this guy. She's a she's her wits end with all these little small tasks that he was throwing his wife. Hey honey can fix this and fix that. I'm sure at any given rate. She would be happy to do it but you know when he's home all the time and she's got already task on top task of what she's doing so she's she had her. She had enough. She was like I'm done. I'm done I'm done and one of the things that's funny my wife you know. She's home now because of the grownup Corentin now so she he'd literally ask me like this is we'll say this is Wednesday so Monday Tuesday. She was only. She was home all last week as well. Monday and Tuesday. She woke up and she said to me she's like. Oh my God babe. Does my breath stink log? You know I don't really want to judge you as far as like your brother anyway. She's like well no. I can't remember the last time. Brush my teeth and I go well. Why why can't you remember? She like because I got into the habit I'd wake up. You know I take a shower in the morning and while I take my shower in the morning and brush my teeth. You'd be making breakfast and you know it's kind of this. This whole dance the Samba that we do to get one each other up and reading and out the door or onto their daily tasks now granted. She does get up but she doesn't have to get up. You know an extra two hours early to get ready everything. Because of course she's at home you know she's there's no video conferencing she's she can go one or two unless she has riding lessons she'll go a day or two without. I'll do the thing no day or two but she forgets. She's not routine. She's like on. Remind me tonight to brush my teeth four or go to bed. I'm like at and we're sitting at the dinner table. I'm again problem. And then as soon as we went into bed. She's like I. Are you taking Charlie? I'm GONNA take shower shower on my brocher teach like Oh shit. Yeah I'm totally out of my routine. I'm totally out of thing. And that's that's I can see that happening at home for anyone. That's out of the routine and you know you get up and you do this and do that. And then you get out of your your your phone or your funkier your comfort zone routine. There's there's a lot of companies out there that you know being in your funk and stuff and we need to get out and if you need to make extra money I told you about insecure and stuff. Now there's brick and mortar stores that are hiring people and when I say brick and mortar stores. I'm talking like big facilities. Distribution facilities are places that are in demand the part of the essential employees or an essential companies and businesses and. I'll get into those people here in just a few minutes as far as Do you qualify. And I'll break everything down for you so you can figure out if you qualify for that for your for your company or Your Business that you're working for now Amazon. Is Hiring people starting? Like fifteen bucks an hour There's a lot of distribution centers around here I know that I see landscaping people like I say. Professional LANDSCAPING BUSINESSES. That are hiring for gutter insulation. They're hiring for just a lot of companies are out there and they're starting high. They're starting at you. Know fifteen seventeen eighteen dollars an hour. I think pepsi-cola's hiring on starting at eighteen. Summon our up to twenty four dollars an hour. I think those go for the drivers and stuff that all these companies are hiring people. And they're they're offering more than what they would normally do for an entry level jobs now. Here's the problem. They're they're not getting. You would think. Hey you know you're working at McDonald's or you're working at one of the non essential places and and you can't get a job you've been sent home or you can't technically work from home so you're just waiting for call. Mac TO GO BACK IN. And so you're you`re. I'll get another job. I'll I'll start another job and then I'll go back to my other job when they hire me back. And they're hiring these people at high tremendous high rates that they normally wouldn't do now granted they probably hire him at a seasonal basis home depot. Does that work there for twenty years. Home people higher seasonal people and then they'll cut their hours technically back until they quit which is horrible. But that's what companies do especially retail outlets. Now one of the things they they making people not actually going for the interview and they go for this and going for that is they're not. They're not taking the jobs because what's one thing right now. That people are looking for outside of just working if you're at home and you're not getting paid and you want to get a paycheck so you want to get a paycheck. What's the next thing based on the stuff that we're doing right now? What's the next question the? Us when does benefits kick in well benefits doesn't kick in until most companies for ninety days so ninety days. You know you're not getting health insurance. You know getting whatever now granted there's Cobra out there for people that have been laid off and cobras like three times the price that you pay. Normally you pray to God that you don't get sick and what are you what are you doing? What are you going your ending up in a facility? Where you're touching and you're guarantee you you're within four photo someone else if not four foot of three foot from someone else or generally within a unsafe distance between these people now if you don't have health insurance and they're not providing health insurance for ninety days. I mean what's what's the goal of you. I mean granted. It's a paycheck for a week or two or a month. But what happens if if it comes down. What if there's an outbreak in your facility? I mean they're letting people outta prisons nonviolent offenders that have less than however many months or years left on their sentence they're actually turning them loose and setting them free now. They're not allowed to buy guns. I think that was stipulation whether it be felony or misdemeanor during this time. They're not allowed to purchase a firearm but some states are turning you know. High densely jails. They're turning prisoners out based on this. So you know if you're going to be a key accompanying that's higher. You see it on facebook all the time M.'s owns the big one. And that's when it sticks out in my mind all the time. Amazon's big offering you know seventeen eighteen twenty some odd dollars to start but yet you know if it would say first day includes Health Insurance. But they can't they have to cover their own ass. And I say coronas covered the wrote manual stretching on that one we come back. We'll get into the essential -ployees are you one of the central point or an essential the central one of those words. Pick twenty you like and we'll come back and talk about it cigarette. You're listening library down from radio. The roof the roof. The roof is on fire. The roof. The roof is on fire. The roof the roof is on fire. We only no water. That bother. Burn motherfucker bottle someplace tall. He word you're tall. Can you talk? And you say prompt. Let me tell you some free. I JUST WANNA say this traffic dot com. 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There is some say if it's good news it's good news for some. There is now as a four hours ago. There is now only one country in the Americas that does not have any reported cases of the GARONA virus. Now there is a the country of Saint Kitts and Nevis is the only country in both north and South America that has no reports of the Kovic Nineteen virus until March twenty two other countries in the Americas believes in Dominica no cases of the virus according to the World Health New Organization on a daily situation report on March Eighteenth Saint Kitts and Nevis. Prime Minister and Minister of the National Security Timothy Harris tweeted confirming countries. Still had no confirmed cases that that they had but their kid their key. They're working on keeping everyone at bay so what they've actually done in these in these countries here is they've literally shut down their whole entire borders. Because it's kind of like what we're trying to do here now but you know we have so many moving parts in this country these two little countries if you go to their country and from outside and you'd listen live there. No there's there's a murder scene say murder saying that the end of your street and you're trying to get home. Let's say something happens on your own. You're trying to get in there blocking the front part of your neighborhood off right and you're sitting there going. No no no. That's my house there and you show me your license. In these countries they will put you in quarantine for fourteen days. Even if you lived on that street in your neck I live in that country. Well guess what you're GonNa sit here for fourteen days. We're going to keep an eye on you and then you can go to your house. And so that's what they're doing and it's another extreme. Now that is a small group of people. There's not a lot of experts and stuff. It's a very very small community. But that's what they're doing and they don't have any corona virus yet so talking about buying stock and some of the companies that you should buy stock in is anything right now. That is growing tremendously based on this whole the quick phone. You know the cart one company right now. That should be killing it because I know like my wife. She has to work from home. And it's mostly conference calls but there's not really a video conferencing that she has to do so. She goes in there with her. You know her hair up in a gun and no makeup and stuff. She's beautiful no matter. What Rea- sunshine. Every time we see her but some companies are relying on other methods of getting getting the workplace done and one company I would buy stock in right now is a company called Zoom. And you're like well digging. What is zoom? Do for me. Well this is an example. A small example of what zoom can do for you and here we go. This is this was all done using zoom this is a choir different people from all over the United States where they do one video and then another video interview and they just kind of layered over the top of each other all using the zoom at which allows for I think either four K. or ten eighty EP resolution. So listen to this to pay study. You show stop. Crowns starts off one girl singing. And then they bring in San Diego California Nashville Tennessee and the ad more more. There must be thirty people on this thing all sing same title. There's another nine so this was all done using the Zoom Z. O. M. ZOOM APP. Fan If you if you're not familiar with it or if your company needs some way to host of video conferencing. I'm sure they're they're not pay me anything yet. But here we go. This is the gentleman explaining how the video was actually done so yesterday we did. Zoom meeting had a great turnout. I felt a little disorganized in. It wasn't exactly sure all the questions we would get so I was kind of stumbling around showing examples so I took that experience and I went ahead and recorded myself. Doing some of the kind of how to's and go ahead and show you to start real quick. I'd like to say that this is an amazing project. It's amazing Thing that you that you are all looking to get into takes a ton of time dedication frustration. Now this is a he. He's explaining. How do quoc choir thing? So that being said we learn some lessons that could have spent data. That could have made it a lot faster. That could make working it a lot faster and so I'll share some of that with you today. There's a lot of videos online doing this. Eric Whitaker is the most famous he has done. So anyways they're using zoom for video conferencing and stuff and they actually were doing this This choir thing. So Zoom I've seen it. I know a lot of realtors are using that to to kind of talk to people trying to you know instead of like skype I think skype. You don't hear about skype anymore in. If I'm wrong on that please let me know but I think skype gone by the wayside. I think they can't really keep up with all these other things these necessities that big corporations need as well so speaking of what we need. And what big corporations need arguing a an essential employee no essential employees the fine as any employee that keeps public life community life and safety standards to a livable respectable level or expected respectable level. And so. I've got a list here. You know they say you listen to the news feeds and they've only got so much time for all this stuff. I got all the time in the world. I got all the time and world all for you guys. So listen here. What they classified. I'm going to name the thing and then all the the list underneath it and I promise I won't bore you but listen up if you've got any of these positions there's one maybe fifteen sixteen and I'll go through Auburn through them real quick. Just I'm not going to burn through quick enough not quick enough. All right very started. The head of the essential employees is emergency services. That's police officers. Paramedics medical technicians firefighters nine. One one call centers and workers like that. Now bear with me. If you don't fall in that you might fall into these. Other categories that are considered essential employees the chemical section those working in laboratories pharmaceuticals distribution facilities transportation of raw materials chemical materials and producers of goods and manufacturing plants so manufacturing plants. It's kind of a broad scale there. But I mean you know like the steel plants. Your plastic plants a rubber plants and stuff like that energy telecommunications engineers cybersecurity natural gas propane workers and utility personnel are also included in this commercial facilities. Anyone those that are in the motion picture studios broadcast actors. Get your asses back to work. Let's pump out that New Episode of whatever that was postponed last time. This get that thing out Roland. Can you hear the chickens in the background? We got him running around here on the property. Because it's a nice bright sunny day. They all go back in their home at night. emotion picture studios broadcast media. Motels hotels stadiums. Zoos museums casinos. No real estate debatable. Shopping malls and professional sports. So all you guys can go back to work food and agriculture. Those working in grocery stores pharmacy. Some restaurant workers. Not You Janet. You need to sit over there. You don't do your side. Were farmers. Food processors food truck deliveries company Cafeterias and Food and Beverage Industry. So if you're in those fields you're considering essential worker financial services employees residing in banks or any financial or lending offices health and public health care and public health communications and information technology. So if you're in those fields you stay home as well are you. You're allowed to work as well. Critical manufacturing does that manufacturer products for any of the sixteen critical infrastructure sector sections were sectors one of the two government facilities. Damn Workers Kim nuclear reactors materials and waste transportation. We don't want your near Shit and stuff piling up so we need to get the the waste transportation up and running those areas of aviation air traffic dispatchers warehouse workers which is kind of I guess for these under the nuclear reactor material and waste facilities truck and rest stop employees maritime mass transit freight and postal. So you'll still be getting your bills in. The Mail. Might not be getting a paycheck. But you're still get the bills in the mail. In the transportation field areas of aviation air traffic dispatchers warehouse workers again truck and rests up employs again maritime mass transit freight and postal our water and waste management water management in defense industrial base though supporting our US military via manufacturing production it security intelligence mechanics engineers and intelligence support. And that is the list of everyone. That is an essential employees. Now my question is who's left out. Who is not the essential employees? You know how is what is. The percentage between these employees and the nonessential employees is going to stay home. You know who's going to keep these people off of the. What's the difference between the traffic and stuff now granted? I had a laughing with my wife. We were talking about realtors. Realtors are technically don't need the show houses. They can still tight loans. They could still do all the the servicing and of of a realtor here goes all my real friends but they don't they technically can't show houses that can't be on the road so we're sitting around. We're driving actually. We had drive to her Campus pick up some stuff and then so she could work from home this week and the roads were wide open clear. I'm like going you don't want to people or clogging these roads up right now. That are sitting at home. One people in school and to rebuilders so that you WANNA blame traffic America. You want traffic why you can't get somewhere. It's because people who have kids in school in realtors showing houses. And that's my only that's my synopsis. As far as you know why the roads are wide open because everyone else should be work right according to this list. I'm just saying just saying so if you fall into that list. Go back to work Be careful where's the gloves how come back. 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Because it's just so I didn't see anything like coming this month or next month. Look out for this. You know it's not a premier type thing. It just showed up on Netflix in. I guess one person watched it it. Just kind of spiraled out of the popularity are into popularity. And it's this show right here on Netflix. Called Tiger King murder mayhem and madness. And here's the trailer for Zipper with prison for murder for hire they're more captive tigers in the US. Then there are in the wild throughout the world. People are nuts. Man They're all. I'm sure y'all got a story afternoon. Ladies and gentlemen my name's Joe Exotic Innis asserts. He was like a mythical character. Middle Monk Oklahoma own twelve hundred Tigers Shit match-bag in good looking fun today. I don't mind. I've learned from them by Carol. I can't have tigers. You've ever had an enemy. In his life it was Carol Basson cats and kittens caroline cat rescue. Darryl was the mother Theresa Cats in the private concession. These cats in my way of living any otherwise Farrell has an army of people working imprint. She literally does anything that I will you? What story and way bigger so I guess he he kills a or someone gets killed. I don't know I haven't gotten there yet. It's IT'S POLYGAMY DRUGS. Money Magic just this whole crazy world of the big cat series. Shut me out so this guy is like everything. He's done country music which sucks he's done. He's got his own television show that he produces himself right out of his own location. There the tiger king and it's half of a having employment and living in Florida. I had no idea well. The story picks up in in two thousand eleven. I believe and I think it was gone. No I wasn't gone from there but I mean still he's been doing it since eighty two eighty three. 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EP. 46 Tour of Haunted Burbank & Warner Bros. Studios After Dark

Hollyweird Paranormal

1:25:00 hr | 1 year ago

EP. 46 Tour of Haunted Burbank & Warner Bros. Studios After Dark

"Seriously deck where you're going to spend your vacation where else in beautiful downtown Burbank. We've been getting a lot of complaints on the show about the jokes about downtown Burbank. Folks believe me beautiful downtown Burbank is no joke. You've done it again. I loved Burbank. Whites the sin centers sunset sunset. We got Dean Martin Discard Man. It's The Sun Center of the San Fernando Valley. That's true why I even wrote a song about it. You wrote a song about her. So Great. Let's won't you plan your next vacation Z.. The garden spot. That's barrister Ariston. The sense Aaron Visit Downtown Back Burbank. California can be one hell of unique city on the surface. It's such a normal place to raise a family graphical Bano and a gothic on Lich from Porto's and even do a little vintage shopping. But as soon as you start digging speaking just a little deeper within the historical parts and the dark crevices of Burbank. You'll discover a pretty unique underbelly of the Makarov and some haunted history. Join Holly Weird. Paranormal as we take a haunted tour of the city of Burbank deep deep in the valley. Let's traveled to Glen Oaks Boulevard as we tour the Tranquilly Eerie Library at Woodbury University. Let's grab a bite. Maybe a milkshake milkshake at the supposedly haunted coral cafe located off of Burbank Boulevard. Then let's shop and chat with the ghosts of the bearded lady and Mystic Museum. Then we saved the best for last. Let's take a spooky after hours tour of the sound stages over and Warner brothers. And then we might be able to rub elbows with the ghosts of Bette Davis and James Dean and then we can head on over to the props warehouse where we can hang out with. NFL The doll. She is definitely dying to meet you. So slide into your favorite shoes. Grab your key to meet her and slap on some sunscreen because it can get pretty sunny and hot in the valley and join us as we take the haunted tour of Burbank California. Let's get holly weird in the Valley Breath MHM William. This is my ghost. Oh story it was like sixth grade. I was staying with the first two sleeping over a friend's house and he lived in this very weird house. That was a bar was a gold reclaimed barn and it kind of the front of the house kind of like a face in. I didn't like it kind of freaked me out a little bit. And he him and his siblings. I believe claimed that our house was haunted but they were also elementary school age. Kids those probably lying for clout and so that night. I got up to use the restroom in. They had this on the they had a powder room. So it's just like a toilet and a sink. There was nothing in it and it had this very weird pocket door so I went into the bathroom and closes the door and then it slid open slowly I thought it was just like shoddy door so I close the door again and then I heard tapping so it was like a tap tap tap tap tap on the it's pretty prominent. It was kind of like this. See that is pretty loud tap. Yeah not like a little like a little baby tapping mean it could have been an insect but that's not like it was a person behind the door. Yeah so I. I opened the door to check to see if anyone is behind. Maybe needing to use the restroom and there was no in there and then everyone has a ghost. Oh story in my an urban legend. You heard in the sleepover or that time you saw a family. Member appear and disappear in a blink of an eye right before the hour of their deaths in might not even be your story. We all have go stories that have crawled into the deepest purpose parts of us. And never let go. If you're lucky than these stories may not have involved in the first place crossed the threshold with us as the nights get a little longer and the veil gets thinner with the Saturday night ghosts clubbed on Holly Weird. Paranormal Patriarch. bauge which one a year these sidewalk oh stories become a Patriot today at www dot patriots dot com forward slash. Josh Holly Weird Paranormal for as little as one dollar or more a month Saturday nights on Hollywood paranormal patriotic peach juice Scott. Even more spooky common. Join us as we cross this creepy threshold to tune into these creepy stories and more of of Saturday night ghost club so join us if you dare. It's about damn time a Dan I'm sure everyone's wondering where the F. Mother and F- have you guys been all the time we just thought we'd try ghosting it. It didn't feel great now mike now. It was terrible back. Yeah magical and ghost being ghosted. Ghost -CEPTION OH look. If anyone was listening they've stopped immediately. Hey Guy Welcome to Hollywood very normal we are your hosts Tammy more have traumas Mitch Williams and It's been a while it has been a minute girl I mean. I thought that thought that October was just like you know going to be a nice long spooky month and it was like a pretty. It was long in a way. I think I'm lacking imagine how it's been at the school honestly. Yeah Yeah but it also this whole year. I cannot figure out what month were in like. Isn't it like March. Like why are we like. I remember being gene. This is going to be a great summer and it was I had an amazing summer. But it's gone and I don't know where I put it. I cannot find the receipt. It's out of my life. Yeah and that's was too. It's on layaway. OOH THERE YOU GO I. I've already been actively avoiding the target Christmas section because it's beautiful enemies will spend every penny that I have just got back from target today. How was it was amazing? Oh my God Howard however the Moms Oh always so as always and I was like on my phone and like the number of people that I like would almost get run over by. I'm not paying attention. So that's definitely my fall but like you literally are going to kill me with your car. What is happening target on a Sunday scares me just like walking into to a costco over the weekend will grow? You gotta be brave. You really got to walk into a haunted house but walking into a costco on a Saturday. Brace yourself especially if you need more more than like you can carry on if you're like mobile in a costco. You're good you're good. You're trapped behind those massive cards with your own massive cart that you're going to be in there for three hours minimum. Oh for sure Absolutely with your brand muffins. Righty gets it. I know all right guys so we've been thinking about what to do today for this little episode and I have been doing some awesome research interviewing some amazing people Just to forewarn you guys in our future episodes. We're going to be doing a lot of interviews and we probably GONNA be taking some trips to I love. Oh Yeah so We're going to do an awesome walking tour of haunted Burbank. We're going to end up at the famous Miss Warner Brothers. CEO We got some haunted tales connected to that studio guys. You definitely don't miss it so we're not gonNA say grab your favorite tennis issues because we're in the valley on fire seriously. Where's Paul what happened with all because it's like ninety eight degrees and I am crying? Hang in desperately awaiting to wear a sweater I know I have been doing. I've been grabbing a sweater to the to wipe my sweat. I'm wearing your you're dying and they don't care don't care hold on. Just hold my purse. I need to take off my sweater and squeezed out pretty much. What it is and we really don't have it so I just kind of have to uh-huh and it's hot today and yesterday was really hot in? La is literally on fire. It's it is city on the couple weeks ago was on fire. So I went on the Griffith Griffith Park Heights last week and like the peak you look and literally in every direction that I looked there. There's a fire. Let's use it. Because it's like the highest peak uh-huh you can literally see the entire basin Hanley Valley and like all the way to Burbank rank and like if it's really clear you can see like fucking big bear right in the distance And you can just see all the plaza. Smoke is really actually really kind of terrifying ella away. Then yesterday there was one like literally at fours. Line yeah I was like what that is so close like. I don't know if anyone has a map out but like from where Tammy and I live to forest Chris. Lawn is like a stone's throw away. I M J. MJ's Berry Michael. Jackson all right not in apiece. Every time he comes on at the gym chain saw Oh no no blasts. Well let's get started with our little haunted tour. We got some. We got our fanny packs. We're an on call an UBER. We have our little iced coffee and towels to wipe the sweat. It's and our stunner shades because sunny outside and in the Valley of course our guy. So what are we going to do. We're GONNA hit Woodbury University. Do you know where that is. The area area. Okay so a really. So woodbury is off of seventy five hundred Glen Oaks Boulevard. There's a little further out in Burbank area and it's the little private university and it all starts with this woman. Mother Cabrini yes yes. She was the first American canonized as a saint. Ain't by the Roman Catholic. Gee I know she lived in perform some of her work in the Verduga matins above Burbank. At a ED prevent Toria she started four girls so she dies in nineteen seventeen and was unified in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and in nineteen forty forty six was canonized as the patron saints of Immigrants. Means yes get it girl so in nineteen. Oh six mother. Cabrini bought two hundred twenty acres acres for women to buy that much land back then. I was a pretty big deal. So she buys one hundred and twenty acres of Burbank Land Dud with olive live trees and grapevines over the years structures. Have Pretty much come and gone. According to the needs of the various entities occupying the property such as the Villa Cabrini Academy Lutheran High School Association of Southern California even the Chiropractic associated practices of Educational Foundation Nation in the CAL Arts Institute obsess Berry. University comes in. They purchased twenty two acres of the property in nineteen eighty six and renovated the former chapel to house. It's beautiful library so have you. If anyone's ever gone onto their library it's really really beautiful. Does have a chapel feel but it's gorgeous now. The dark wood ceiling was hand blasted in stain white to lighten the room room. And as you enter the library as we crossed the threshold from the circulation area the closets to the left and right were originally the confessional booths breath now the rooms on either side of the chapel housed on the ranks of pipes for the organs and these rooms are now used to store microfilm and archive materials now. The upstairs loft area of the library is now use a study area which was once the choir area now left in place during the renovation was the original Italian chandeliers which were refurnished to their original brass and steel the Tarazona tile flooring and the upper level stained glass windows so yes it looks like the inside of a you know. Maybe Elton John's like mansion one of his mcmansions. Of course you Now now the school is so beautiful and has been the setting for famous shows or are you a big fan of the office. Yes yes so. It's been used in the office criminal criminal minds. The Wonder Years Brooklyn nine nine and the film the horror film truth or dare. So what is the ghost story. Attached to Woodbury well. According to legend it is said that there's a bell tower on campus where people have claimed to have seen a woman who looks like a none roam around tower. Now I'm sure people are thinking like Oh my God. Unlike the NUMB nominee. No not necessarily legend has it that Whenever whenever you hear the bells of the tower ring it's the ghost of mother Cabrini Herself ringing them. That is the legend. Now mother Cabrini from. That's me every day. Ringing those bells ghost who spent in this legend. I love that freshman is like I'm doing this release team yes it it is. It's always rush week. At how paranoid here you go now. Mother Cabrini has also been cited within the aisles of the Woodbury Library so people have claimed clean that certain parts of the library field tranquilly eerie. And there's a feeling of being watched and students have cleaned. They've seen a woman dressed as a nun Rome. The aisles of the library amazing even after libraries been close People in this study area which was once the choir area have said that they've seen a woman come in out of that area dressed as a nun damn still employ nuns. Do you know 'cause that's insanity in class. You know what I mean. I feel like there were. I would either an honestly. I don't know many nuns. Wear full habits anymore. Nece no but I always wonder like you know how if you see a bunch of things bring like maybe it's like they see something And I go. It's like a non that's working there night if there's no nuns that work there that's even I don't think there's any any of them because it's it's a private sector berries private so I don't think there's any of them like if you go to like a Loyola University. The one I went to New Orleans who's is also ran by JESUITS and We had priests that would come and go and a couple of nine set. Didn't have like the traditional habits or anything they had like. Ah No no. It's like it's a little more contemporary now. I'm I guess it would probably depend on the order but interesting there millennial and Don't you like that. You know what I actually really love to. Is that weirdly. The Early Church Little Church history was like weirdly like feminist thing. We're like a woman like you were saying. Had like all of this power because of being a non yes sort of like was a a shield that protected her from. She is protected by early. Early women who like weren't married did not have as much autonomy. Yeah right and it's like this weird reverse thinking we're not only cure a non. You have no rights right. You're married to Christ in the church and like within the structure of the church. Yes that's only a certain level that you can rise nice to a woman but at the time like you're saying in the twenties it's like this weird thing where they're like able to purchase property get an education and and lastly at the university level because of their faith essentially. I don't know I always find that like really fascinating now. It is waiting being vocational on non was like a legitimately solid career choice for women power the habit Get a girl power and power all right now we're going to hop onto the hoover again we're GONNA grab a couple of Patty melts. And maybe you know a milkshake or two. I'm I am not doing shit right now. Very la head-to-toe on. Don't no not really. I'm just not much. That's all the time like Stevia Stevia for me I love that you know what the hardest part has been. I haven't been able to have a pumpkin cold brew in like six weeks. I now go home on a moment of silence price. How do you feel are you okay? Do you need to talk about it Yeah them just in a very vulnerable putting now make you feel better. Just hold onto my ice coffee real quick good. Are you sure it's here. It's here for support uh-huh and avoid going to starbucks 'cause Bryce cannot do black coffee let's be very clear in. It could let him smell the pumpkin spice. Honestly think if I didn't no no put in an IV sticking to my arm call of the day seriously so we're going to go to the Coral Cathay guys. It's a little further out. But we're going to start further out. I would say McCoy's freight thereby North Hollywood and Burbank so we're GonNa go to the Coral cafe and why will well there is possibly a ghost at the coral cafe. And that's what People WanNa believe explained by Peter Arnett S. one of the Burbank diners managers. So there is a video that was released in two thousand and six and it's a CC TV footage of this man that's cleaning he's mopping the floors in the diner. Because the diner is open twenty four seven and and Around Four Sixteen E M you see in the CAC TV footage lake what looks like these two dark orbs kind of manifest into what looks like an apparition of a woman owned my following this poor man. That's trying to clean the floors. Are you could see like the man turns around at one point and he looks at this apparition. He's kind of like spooked. So Oh my God. It's on on Youtube. I don't know if you want to hear him to pull it up real quick here. We're going to pull it up guys. Let's listen to the fear and rice vibe reaction of me scoring all right here we go my God. I'M GONNA post this on our instagram us. So ear INN is. Oh my God you don't you don't you see that it it just like our you lonzo nervous about this like I don't know if it's like legit or fits I mean four sixteen. AM in the morning. It's kind of close close to it. Yeah a little but you see kind of is like what the fuck is behind me. I do not like that. I don't it's following him right and he's the only one in the place gross. Oh my goodness yeah. It's a pretty intense video guy so we're going into posted on our instagram. So you guys can take a look at it. So here's the thing. Coral cafe has stood in the same burbank. Location since nineteen fifty seven then when it was opened by its original owners Danny and Irene Freitag Hausky a Mary couple who kept the diner until selling it to cousins John. John Leo. Sus and Tom Rawness in nineteen ninety. Now it's neon green and choral sign shines boldly in an otherwise quiet neighborhood of Burbank. There are yards with lawns and plenty of parking and like West Hollywood of course and When the streets are dark at night in Burbank you could definitely seen the coral? Oh cafe signed light up brightly now. I've gone inside. I've eaten there before. I even asked a couple of the workers there and this one hostess that I was talking to I was like hey as a true that this place is haunted. She said while I haven't seen or felt anything because I usually work during the day but I know that some people at night have claimed that they felt some things. Sounds like Chairs Kinda be you know. Bill move around by themselves dishes will clank by themselves when they're left on the table. So there's there's something there they just don't know what it is. I wonder too. If there's like manifested energy laying how you said people want it to be. Yeah or maybe it's something thing that people have brought it and oh interesting because if it's a it's a bit of a agree spoon kitchen if you think about it like there's some pretty the people that go in there especially it's open past midnight. Think about the people that go in there pass nothing after midnight you know so like go to bed Taco bell. Don't text that person that you're getting ready to tax. Go to sleep because nothing good happens after midnight. Do not go to this cafe. They're gonNA hate ruining our customers but I don't know what to tell you so. Yeah I mean Lord knows what was probably brought there. It probably just stayed there. Look if you're going to haunt somewhere. I think a diner is pretty high on the list for me right around that food. I love food I need to like go. Ponta do pars is no especially the pies young. I'm all about that too. I feel like the police. You worked a sad. Yeah we'll get into that that very very soon. ACTUALLY WE'RE GONNA go down the street guys. We're GONNA hit Magnolia Boulevard because this is a really interesting street in. I happen to have a ghost story of my own. That happened ace vacuum in sewing talk about you know going back on talking. Yeah talking about like going back to work in the afterlife. This is the story of frank and we sent the story to two girls on the bench for their Halloween episode. So it's It's on their list guys if you go and subscribe to two girls on the bench there at one of our Potter and friends but they did really awesome like I think it was a two or or three part series of like just go stories that they collected from other Potter and friends as well Included so in short. This is what had happened in February of two thousand nineteen. I was picking up a sewing machine from ACE vacuuming sewing and they're located on Twenty Nine Sixteen was Magnolia Boulevard Shadow. And it's a very small shop is right next to one of our favorite coffeeshops palm coffee and and I you know was sitting in my car after you know the manager came in and helped me load the machine into my car and There was a lot of traffic so I was leading in the car and I was just doing a tick tock video which is what you guys have seen on our instagram interest to kill the time. I didn't have to rush back home. Didn't have to go back to work. I was like oh I could just like chill here until traffic. AFFIX upsides so I record the video. I review the video. And then there's this part were wearing sunglasses and in the frame worm wearing sunglasses. I see a face on the lens of my sunglasses and I keep on going back to the frame and then I finally screen shot it and I zoomed in. It's a face of an old man. Oh my God. And he's wearing these pigs sunglasses. He has a snake bald head. In like a scruffy beard and I'm just thinking to myself Alf like wait. No one was around me. No one was parked in front or behind me. No one was walking anywhere around my car. The only movement is the traffic way on my left shot. But there's not a soul around me so I was there so so I go home. I'm kind of freaking out and I'm thinking is something like attached to me like what happened so in my car. I'm like look whatever I captured captured on this video. You're not welcome May safe-space just took protect myself. Soy sent the picture to a couple of my friends who are paranormal investigators and they were perplexed. They were just blake. I don't know what that is. Tammy that is something. It's Kinda freaky. Where were you and I told him I was on? This busy street is a place with shops. And they're like I mean is the shop haunted unle- goodson vacuum and sewing machine repair shop. But then again it is old burbank. So maybe the the next day I decided to contact the shop and I have good rapport with them so I spoke with the manager and I was Jason. I'm coming from a good place here and I am. I'm serious about this Do you have anything weird. That's happened in the shop and he said without any hesitation. Yes that that things have been moving in another shells. Things would fall off the shelves. When he's in the back of the shop things? Would it sounds like someone is rummaging through things in the front of the House and and they have their stations in the back of the shop where they do their repairs there tools or always bear set on their station. Sometimes tools will go missing and end up in the front the House for no apparent reason and I asked him you know. Is it in relation to the vintage machines because they have some on display he said no. It's frank and like when you named it he needs like who's frank who's frank said. Frank used to work here and frank died three years ago. WHOA WHOA and I I asked him like what? What did Frank Look Bald big sunglasses and before he can say the wrestling scruffy beard he said? Yeah I'm Jason. I need to bring this picture to you tomorrow. I don't know how to explain it to you but capture something in front of your shop after you helped me load the machine gene into my car and he said Yeah just on by so the next day I go to the shop. I showed him and the owner dragging the picture and it was as though they literally saw ghost. I mean which like Loki they did yeah. Let me tell you about these two guys like. They're too tall buff. Men Lake go on and they are lake touted up they. They're not the type of guys I would bullshit you you know. They're coming in to do a job and that's it and when I showed him this picture it was less though like their face. It looks like they're they just had an old friend. It was kind of bittersweet but then it was also very shocking. 'cause they're like bats frank. There were so shocked and then I told him look captured this out in my car. I just want to know why and they were. They really don't know why but he's been here ever since he passed and I asked them like did he pass pass in this shop and Jason Goes On. Tell me that Frank had walking pneumonia. He didn't know he had it. Oh my God the thought he was really sick but this guy was so writer diver his job that he would go to work even if he was like you know on his last leg on his last asks breath he was still make it to work. He loved his job. That's right surprise socialist so sad because like he I'm sure he did love his job. He probably felt like you couldn't miss. You know what I mean like Sony People. I can't afford. You can't afford to get sick. I can't afford to get sick. chewed up Yama God ed but genuinely liked being around two guys you know. That's what I got from Jason. Like he led a very a tough life. He was a recovering alcoholic while a recovering drug addict. Which is why his body was left very vulnerable to this and it took him the way it did so Jason tells me that he was the last person that he was last person that frank spoke to right before his death breath when it up happening is Jason gets a call from Frank. And he's he's like oh frank was running late. You know which is not like him because he literally lived around the corner corner he would bike to work so frank told him Ham. Not Feeling that well but I'm still on my way. I'm halfway there and Jason's like yeah just take your time. We'll see you soon. And and he said literally like ten fifteen minutes after he got off the phone with him he sees ambulances cop cars a firetruck and he's like what the hell happened and it turned out out that they were going to frank's body because after he got off the phone with Jason His heart gave out and he collapsed in the middle of the street so his heart just Mike Mike von it just couldn't yeah his body just it just went into shock and he had cardiac arrest cousin the pneumonia. Yeah so he he pretty much died on the way to work and ever since then strange things were happening in the shop so they would hear. You're what sounds like footsteps were in. The back of the room with one of them was in the shop. They would call out Lake as you dragon. Is that you Jason. Nothing and they would hear what it sounds like voices in the back. Sounds like a man's voice and things would be thrown off the shelves and then finally Jason was like one day. I just said Frank. Do you mind and it stopped so they knew it was frank shit. They knew it was him. That's crazy. Yeah so I was like what do you think he was. Why do you think he was like showing himself to me? That's so weird. has this ever happened to this. Never happened like you're the first person that has caught something like this of a frank like we've heard things. We felt things but we never actually have seen it. I mean maybe has something to do with either him. Sensing thing that you're someone who is More open and that's what Jason said. He said well you do this because while we while I was there I was doing the live instagram and feed and People were asking questions and I asked him. Only what do you think. And he's a bull. Because you do this you know Dabal in the stuff and maybe you know you're a little more are open. Or maybe you know talk you girl I wanted to say hi what Lord knows what is like I like that too possible took as you know. It's fine nine But Yeah I was just it was just so I wonder if you know if he has shown himself to other people. Who aren't who aren't looking? Do you know what I mean. They don't notice or they're not aware they're closed off or blocked or whatever you WANNA call it. Yeah so it's like or maybe he percents did or maybe he's just a new ghost and he doesn't know how to do yet he's like. What are you doing there? That one phone like. He was so old school yet a flip bone yet his it was like he had his PA glasses. That was one thing that was really. That was really cool about this interaction with these two guys and frank is that it was a little bit morbid but in the end it felt like a memorial for him because they were sharing so many stories about this man and it was very bitter sweet and there was like they were really friends with him they were they were his friends and I could see why and understand why frank loved where he worked. Yeah and maybe you know this is my takeaway away from it. I felt like sharing airy now. Just feel like frank led a very lonely life and I feel that maybe he wanted his story to to be told He wanted people to know that he lived a very tough life and he existed. You know so. Yeah so I left there with a little ghost acquaintance because every time I go to palm's everytime around and every time I pass ace I always stop to say hi. Frank Yeah I say a little prayer for him. I say what's up sometimes even take pictures and like maybe I could capture him again. And that's it young that's crazy that's my story of Franken's and you know I'll never forget him from sewing machines to spirit him. All Bir Betas are a guy so we're going to walk a little further down to one of our favorite places in Burbank. And it's the bearded lady shop and the Mystic Museum. If you're you're ever in around the Burbank area and you love curiosities about Ouija Boards Tarot Cards Palmistry or maybe insects or bat taxidermy. Who doesn't are? You're looking for spooky vintage photos books artifacts on the cult or have a love for horror movies vs or you're just looking to buy some beautiful dark art. The bearded ladies Mystic Museum has it all. And what makes the museum stand out from the rest aside from its stellar Har Installation. It's haunted of course it's pretty haunted. You had me at old photo haunted. What what so? They have a lot of old artifacts you know that little museum. They have a collection of old boards. They have have a lot of vintage pieces. That it from other mediums and their in house mystic mystic Dylan that there's a lot of energy he attached to those things so on last year I spoke to Erick. WHO's one of the owners? So it's him and Kiko they run in the owned. The museum bearded in Lady We tried having an interview with him in October. But because our schedules were so opposite we couldn't so according to Eric. There's a lot of little apparitions there. They are a lot of energies that are attached to certain items in the shop. Yes I've seen animals. Well we do have at all no absolutely the only God. I will be on the sidewalk on. So they had this little mantle inside the back of museum where they're insulation. And according to Dylan there is the. There's a man that's attached to that mantle. And he's a man in his thirties. He lived in the forties and he used to be announcer so he pretty much looks after the museum and he watches over everything so he's a little scared. The most scary becoming yes. So Kiko bought a witch statue from an estate sale and it was from an old movie lot and ever since they got this witch things started happening like little mischievous poltergeists ask things started started happening in the shop so things would fall off the shelves There would be weird knocks unusual cold spots you and according to Dylan. It's a spirit of an old woman that's attached to the specific the specific touch so. Yeah no one has seen her but She definitely likes to make her presence known by doing little mischievous things. Why do you think some spirits in a slight tangent Manifest physically in some choose. Not Not that is a question. I feel like some spirits. You know depending on how much energy they can absorb interesting. Can Up can manifest into anything you know. Sometimes they could be little balls of lights. What would your called ORBS They could be even little smokey mists basis our neighbors are definitely doing some sort of like raver dub step down sears. Because my feet are feeling the vibrations if you're not gonNA rave at five o'clock on a Sunday afternoon in what are you doing listening to us of course but yeah but yeah I mean like if you look at the different types of manifestations owns or different types of entities like there's full-body entity there's mists there's orbs as well. There's outlines lines there's also shadow people chatter figures so Don't let that last one. And sometimes they just like to be in the corner that only to show show themselves. It's different hypothesis. There's not one answer. I'm sure people like no. I have the answer. I'm sure there's a lot of different hypothesis of about that and they all probably have a basis in reality because just how no two people are the same. I assume not spirits. It'd be the same either. You and I like different things. We would probably be different kinds of ghosts. Yes you'll just like I don't know I guess I'm an orb today. It would be a vision of a tall tea. ICED coffee for sure. Another entity that tends to roam around on the Mystic Museum is an entity of a little girl. Eric had explained to me on instagram life. Feed a year ago that we had a very interesting yet scary experience when he was closing the shop so there were stories that were circulating from him. No from Kiko and another girl that was also another Partner of the shop so they would tell him I you know. I think there's a spirit of a little girl that likes to run around and Giggle and Ky-ko has even seen her seen like a part of her like running past the doorway. So what they believe is that she's connected to to the store that separates the museum from the shop and it's a door that they bought at a sale. It's an old physician. Store is wooden and has class it. Does it looks like something that you would see in an old doctor's office you know so According to Eric One night when he was closing his closing by himself he hears the sound of little pitter-patter feel like like a child running And he thought Oh someone in the museum someone like you know. They have an exit so he walks around the museum and no one's there and here's what sounds like laughter of a child and then he notices. There's as tall table. He sees this head Bobbing Gene Lake. He sees like this little outline of a head peak out from underneath the table and he bolts and jets out. He's like that was done. Aso freaked out. He got super free. DOUGHTY's like on Mont No. We're not doing this. He he was so spooked at night he was like it just I could tell he was messing being with me and I just didn't want to mess with. Yeah so he was freaked out Another thing too that they have in the shop is a stuffed animal that belongs to a little boy and several mediums. That have gone inside. The museum claim that it's A little boy energy that is attached the doll. It could be confused for the little girl so because people have heard a child laughing they really haven't seen a full body apparition of the girl interesting. Yeah Yeah maybe maybe you never know. But according to Eric The N.. Kiko the spirit very comfortable there even mystic. Dillon has said that they don't want to leave the shop because they feel feel very very comfortable in that space they feel very welcome very much attached to the museum itself. And Kiko and Eric respect them and they respect Kiko and eric away they are watching the shop for them. Yeah I was there doing a paranormal investigation and with bloody Mary who is due to Queen of New Orleans and we're doing an MVP session and it was myself and twelve other people in this room uh-huh and I kid you not during the investigation. There is sorry Mia's playing with her little lawyers during the investigation. There is this shelf and it had A card on a little a little easel and She asked the question. You know. We're talking to the spirit of the little girl or maybe the woman attached to which dot you if you know if that's you that's been making you know things fall from the shelves or for those Phantom knocks. Can you do something. Can you move something. Can you speak into this Mike. Can you Maybe maybe make something fall off the shelf and sure enough the card on the EASEL flips off of the Easel in off of the shelf onto the floor. And we're all of witnesses in the room like myself in twelve of their people who saw this happen like a there. There's no cost worry. We even tried to bunket. Where like event I mean? Did you bump into the shelf. Nothing you know. It was like this force literally grabbed the card art and just flipped it off the easel onto the floor. You could hear go. Yeah it was I saw it. I was like it nothing. Nothing looks like it's going to move like what is that. And then it just falls off the shelf all my gone so yeah now I was there a couple of weeks ago. We're going to listen. Listen to her this little interview. This little interview with Vanessa. Who is a part time worker at the Mystic Museum? And it seems like Ky-ko and Eric keeping buying things and these things are manifesting some sort of energy in there and the Nessa and some other workers I have been experiencing some strange ongoing. So this is my interview with unnecess- Since I wasn't able to interview Eric Echo so we're going to listen to that right now. Hi My name is Vanessa. I worked at Mystic Museum. And this is my ghost story so I started working at mystic museum like a month ago Used to come in all the time but as working here we had a another employee that But tell me that when I when we would go and open together You would find boards on the floor. No yeah that's right. You guys have a collection Colegio boards. Here right yeah. So we used to have them standing up a on a table in the center of the store and it was before the doors are open he. He started taking photos because I didn't believe him and I thought he was just trying to punk with me. 'cause I'm neo so he showed me the photos of like the days. I come until where before I got here. That there's boards on the floor so That data he showed me there was a lady in the store and I was thinking about it and I was like like. He's just joking. Whatever so as I was thinking about it it's funny because one of them fell in the center of the stores I was like? That's just coincidental. Agrees just the way it was like scamming whatever so Staka four and as I walked to pick it up I bend over. Get it and the rest of sack falls on my head. My God were you okay. I definitely find it was just to scare. You think it was an initiation like welcome to the mystic. He's definitely definitely so so. The lady that was in here she screamed ran out and she never came back and there was also two guys in the store when that happened and and they were freaked out because they were. They told me those boys didn't slide off the table which they would since they were leaning he was like they went the opposite direction so they fell fell. So he so they're really frigging weird and We had a rental one-time and the story was essentially empty. It was just us and then like Like you know the Party and I was renting the store and that night I kept seeing apparition of a man from behind the counter. Oh my God I heard about this apparition yeah He was trying to Openly cases so I saw him three times at night. The first time I was behind our counter and I thought from the corner my I saw someone trying to open open up our jewelry case that has like morning jewelry and as I looked up I was like oh hello and there is no what did he look like. Definitely I can see his face by saw his torso his arms and his hands From like his arms he looked like he was like late twenties. I saw white shirt. Khaki Pants So I look up. No one was there. It's the second time that I I was reading somebody up and I thought I saw someone trying to grab our tip jar from the counter. Oh hell no they don't fuck with my money. The crazy thing is that the lady got the crazy thing is that believe up. She turn at the same time I did because she thought she saw someone like a hand has so she. You got validation definitely then at the end of the night I I was with Eric. WHO's the owner of six? PM Serious Dan Envir- Front doorknob Leaning against our counter and we thought we saw somebody. I'm trying to walk from the rental. That was going on to the store. So this little hallway. That's right here and I heard footsteps and I look to my to my left thinking that there's someone coming in and there was no one there and I turned to Eric. I'm a you know what this is. The third sometime today at keeps seeing this guy and Eric was like yes. I saw exactly what you said. You've got that validation. I spoken to Eric before are and he's had a heap of stories attached to this place. And it's not just the places more like the artifacts here that were purchased and like I think it was this movie Warehouses or like paramount or Fox studios bought a couple of items that may brought in some attachments definitely We had a medium Mia Morte here and I was telling her that I keep finding items on the floor. Like when I know Loyd just past there and there was nothing there before no so She told me that there's definitely spirit of a man that's in the store and that she's trying to find out what items it was exactly that he was attached to. I have a feeling I think I know what it is. I think it's one insider mourning during a morning jewelry box that kind of really no way and it's like the almost resembles the same. Amen that you saw around the bar. He's trying to look for liquor twenty years old about it is I give give him attention so I'm easily scared to again. I think he likes to purposely pull people's tails and stuff I think he does it on purpose to scare get a arise out of. Everyone definitely told me he liked me. Let's say that's he just got to be like noma Tokyo's yeah definitely I can speak to him in Spanish no problem. Whatever he met boards done at my head to my gosh rush I mean people are afraid of weedy wars operate them? Now you gotta duck to avoid though. Thank you so much for sharing your goal stories attached to the mystic museum on so hopefully. I think you'll come guys. We're going to be also interviewing American is a Kiko Kiko. That are there the owners of at the museum and the bearded Lady Boutique which is located right off of Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank Bank and they have a slew of stories of their own attached to other entities. Not just the gentleman but also there's a little girl and two D. and I think another one to that I've even heard and seen in witness. Yeah there's a lot of crazy stuff that you guys here have here in this aside from auditees but you literally have ghosts. Yeah Eric told me he forgot to tell me. When I applied that this place was haunted? So I found out on my own Gore for me. I've been like where CAN I. When can I start? When can I begin? Well thank you so much for sharing your story. I mean she's close to the ninety days. So uh-huh survive working there. Because I've anywhere Tom Perez I had a customer use that term incorrectly. I had that person come into that. I worked at in our tip jar working there. The angriest I've ever been in my life she came and and she was homeless Per had very it was like right by the red line. Trains stop. Yeah so there was a lot of transient friends. So L. A.. Basically it was like my entire job was like fighting people over whether or not I would give them the restroom code. And once you've described shit off the walls literal in real real quick code. I make no you and they'd be. Wha what and I'm sorry like even people who had come through I Komo was on your c like if you think you're not giving it. I was crazy I hated working there. Hated it it was awful. Yeah where you work to lake. There's a lot of transient so many mall. She came in and she was like pretending like she was gonNA order something and I'm like sitting there. And then she grabs a a and I reached around the counter and grabbed her. I like I felt like a surge of rage in my body and it scared me so much touch that I like. Let go 'cause I was going to hurt her. I was like ready to throw it to the ground. Ghost brace. It wasn't it was. I touched the. Let's say hypothetically if you're rich bolay an entity walks in. You're trying to take your tip jar would you. Yeah I would fight a ghost post. We got some salt in the back. Show you ready. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's that's that's all giving they offer to John. That's gotTa count for something. Yeah but yeah the I mean like the stories that are attached to the place and like her experiences in in her validation validation hugh yet people witnessed it people and I saw those boards. And I'm like they have a lot of weight They can slide but the way she showed me that how they fell over it was like they fell forward. Not Under your. They didn't slide. They dislike it. was someone push them forward to fall on top of her head. And that's insane now. I'm GONNA show you the picture of the Guy Gone. Does she pointed out so they have this new thing. It's like this glass case of these antiques. Now they're called morning pins and they're the pictures of the ceased individuals that have passed so in the Tory Times. It's like they're just asking me onto my why I I know there. It's like the you know adoptive home of spirits wandering spirits but there's this case and she showed it to me and there's all these little pins sounds of all these. You know individuals that I am assuming they had passed and moved on. So this is the guy that she pointed out. I'M GONNA post it on our instagram again. But it will be haunted by him. I wouldn't buy yeah. He's not bad looking looking all he could. Maybe Tokyo's me so you Tokyo's you have a nice cocktail talk about you know the afterlife. Yes nearly single. So yes can I mean needed was L. A.. So here we are. I know rather day to a ghost than a narcissist theory are so yeah. It's I mean it's pretty the insane. That's a new one that I've heard like I haven't heard of that one last year but this year when I was talking to her and like that's new she's crazy because this whole this whole case is new and and I always see him around this case so weird. Yeah Fun Creepy. I was able to chat with her. Other CO worker. The guy that witnessed the whole boarding the thing and he validated it as well dozens and I asked him about the students. Like I've seen like I've seen him in the corner of my eye and it's always buy that glass case For the tip jar or the little cheap so I highly recommend guys that you definitely go over to mystic museum. Go see their art installation they have one of the evil all dead. That goes all the way up until the end of December. So you definitely should catch that out indefinitely go support them. They're amazing they're you know local business in his own owners. They love horror. They love them. COBB and they're awesome Allama me now. We are going to take a nice little uber. Ride to Warner brothers and guys. I'm so excited for this. So Warner Brothers is located off a thirty four hundred riverside. Hi Dr and this studio is responsible for making ghostbusters and other famous horror. Film Franchise Lake Annabel the conjuring and so much more even Lotte Johanna. They're responsible for that. Recent harsh realm as well. So before we we go into the spooks. We'll go into a little history of it. Of course. A Warner Brothers studios were founded in one thousand nine hundred by the Brothers Albert Harry Samuel and Jack Warner and they are the sons of Jewish parents who had immigrated from the US in the eighteen ninety so the three eldest brothers had started their careers in the music theater. No the movie theater our businesses acquiring a movie projector they will travel to these little towns in Pennsylvania and show little films on their projectors charge people at the door so they they were traveled throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio and Salmon Albert Warner invested the money to promote the film's the life of an American fireman and the great train robbery robbery opening their first theater. The cascade in Newcastle Pennsylvania nineteen thousand three so eighteen four. The warners founded the Pittsburgh based due CONC- amusement supply company for the distribution films but by World War One they were already producing their own films. Eventually opening the Warner Brothers other studios on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood in nineteen eighteen so then Through the twenties and the thirties they expanded they they go to Burbank. Warner Brothers opened their huge lot in burbank in the nineteen twenties and The built up one of the most prominent motion picture studios of the Golden Age of Hollywood. He would so directors like Daryl zanuck helped to build the studio's prestige in the area especially with top actors of the time such as John Perry Gary Moore Douglas Fairbanks Junior and Errol Flynn and gradual conversion from silent films to movies with sound definitely came about so they were the first production group to come out with the first film. That had sound which is really cool. So they're movie The jazzing starring Al Jolson signaled the beginning of the era of Talking pictures however after the death of Sam Warner Jack becomes the sole head of production and in the years to come. He ran the studio with an iron fist so often times he would firing actors who didn't want to work or causing problems and grief and other studio. Employees are being lazy under his control. The studio expanded by acquiring other properties such as the Stanley Corporation. Ration- The major theater chain and partial and eventual complete shares in rival. First National. Pictures Harry Son. Lewis became the manager of Warner Brothers. There's new music built from Brunswick records. Today the studio has expanded into massive Massive multibillion dollar company branched out into TV table and magazine industries all under the Time Warner Corporation of course and you know how. I love mega corporations. Do I smell I rant coming. No what's the point. Now we can go into the huntings definitely take tours of Warner brothers but you can also take an after hours tour. I will not be doing that but yet well. In the after hours toward they'll take you to to specific lots to have some unusual end unexplainable stories that have been documented by staff members by security guards as in other officials that they can't even explain well so according to a friend of mine who had taken the tour I think last year she said that it. It usually runs throughout October November I think the cost of the tourists fifty six or fifty nine dollars and it's pretty much like kind of like not a walking tour but you go in golf cart and they just travel. I know so. You're like you know driven throughout the lots and make sense that the one where the lawns massive. It's huge food is enormous so the first place that we're going to stop is be prop warehouse and Of course that's onto new are knock GonNa want to sit through this type here. We are now one or others has one of the largest prop warehouses in the area and they're filled to the top with conceivable objects checks. One might need for a movie or a trilogy and it is in my opinion that several of these objects are still retaining links with their our former owner. Stan now the objects have been collected from other studios old museums personal donations and or collections from private individuals. A few assistance that have worked in the warehouse. Do not like to be there by themselves. According to staff members shadows float through the shelves Faces Watch from overhead and voices whisper from the shadows now. people have felt like they're being watched and security guards have seen what looks like an image of a man and a navy hat and e fitted black shirt walking around the warehouse past hours hours on their security cameras so they will come in thinking like this someone break in like what's going on. They'll do a walk through nothing weird and those are actual reports that they have collected now. You're not going to like this one guys. Definitely you bright everyone else. I'm sure if you're if you're in the NFL franchise now. You're GonNa love the doll talk about. But I'll do a lot for Patrick Wilson Wilson but look at this doll will the prop doll. Annabelle has a lot of weird juju. And you could find the prop warehouse. I'm sure you and I will not be doing that. That's of course it is but Annabelle has a problem. She doesn't like to be in her class case. Summa God stop. I'M GONNA die. Look Annabel is an independent woman. And I'm here for that as a feminine. Please stay in your you brought security footage. God has actually captured my whole my iced coffee has captured lights flickering on and off in her case for no rhyme or reason so starting in two thousand sixteen after the first film. They put the doll and a case to put it on display for the tours. People wanted to see this all the lights started flickering by two thousand seventeen. The doll kept on falling out of the of the glass case. It just would for some reason be found on the on the floor. They don't know why they don't know what happened. But every time they would put her back in the case she will fall out of the case yes on a tour. Guide came across Annabel on one of the after bell after our tours. So she's like Oh animals out for K.. So she puts her back into the case as she's walking walking away continuing with her tour. She looks down on her right wrist. And she's like it's a little. I feel like a prick or pain and she has his is like a cut like this pierce on her right wrist and she's like this something like pierce through my skin like it kind of shocked about it so she goes back and she looks at the doll. She grabs the doll from the K.. She's trying to analyze his. She's like is there a pins to jail like what was that. No Oh no explanation for it so she kind of you know. She was freaked out. She put Annabel back into the case and she took the door away from the warehouse. Oh my God yes so. They've tried to wire her into the case and she still somehow manages to come out coach of the case. This is no but that's not the only story that is attached to get to it later. We'll get to leader. But there's been a lot a lot of weird ongoing with the franchise of Annabel and the filming of the conjuring movies. We'll touch on the very very soon. We're going to move to the executive building. Thank you think you're gonNA like the story a little more okay. So tour guides and security guards have seen and heard a lot in and around the building. Security guards really dislike making rounds announce inside and even outside this building in y while the second floor is pretty active with reports of shadow figures noises of typewriters typing and peepers is being shuffled along with what sounds like the banging of filing cabinets. Pass closing hours. Yeah so there is also a vision of of a blonde woman dressed in white that can be seen on the second floor windows. She's beautiful and her hair is dressed up in the perfect pin curls from the forties. Donna the please get off the Warner Brothers Lot. Madonna did sing song about her. Bette Davis Love You. She is often seen in front. The building Bette Davis was contacted by Warner Brothers. And it's Bette Davis that a lot of people have seen. Oh my God on the second second floor in on the grounds in front of the building. So guys if you remember Betty Davis was contracted by Warner brothers and her. And Jack Warner were very close friends and you. There are still stories of her like in between her shots and breaks. You would always go and Bug Jack for something and she would always be walking walking around the front. You know just mingling. Just you know as if she owned the studios which I mean come on Grande Dame. Betty Davis Hell. Yes she was the you a head. B I T C H there So not only that but she's also buried a few miles away in the forest lawn cemetery but it is sad that she's buried on top of the hill of that cemetery that faces the Warner Brothers studios even in her resting place place. She has to see her second home because she considered this studio space her second home. I mean fifty films come on Jesus So Grande Dame Betty Davis has been seen. And why do you think it's Bette Davis. Well it turned out that a tour guide was giving a tour one night through that area and She said that she saw this woman dressed up. In White Blonde Hair Pin Curl Jeff Flake appeared and disappeared in front of her. So she's telling the story to these other other tour guys and then one of the girls shows her picture of Betty Davis. She's like that's the woman I saw she and they were like you. You saw Betty Davis. You saw the ghost of Bette Davis. Because she didn't know who she was she's like we know for one thing. Come on second. She's like well. It was just like she kind of appeared in she disappear tissue so beautiful so damn Because it Bette Davis and go to one or more or less Davis sermon. Yes whatever happened to baby Jane so you could still see baby not Jane You can still see Betty Davis at the Hollywood Wax Museum Now we're going to travel to stage four and talking about conjuring. Now we thought at that stage nine was going to be the most haunted stage will ever since the filming of the conjuring series and the Annabelle series. There's been a lot of where things that have happened. We have refunding Claudia that works for. Yes that works for the costumes. Union 705 in Los Angeles and. She has a group of friends that have worked on on the conjuring movie sets the NFL and the paranormal activity movie sets and they have confirmed that a lot of weird things have happened on those sets framing apparent reason. Yeah so we're going to try to get them on here if you girls are listening. Definitely when I bring you on this show so you guys can share here those tales us so according to the tour guides the sound stage. Four is where the film conjuring one and to love the conjuring series as scared as I am of horror movies. I Love Them. There's for Love Patrick. Olson brought me because I do love him. I think think he's a great actor and I want to have his children but I also of all the horror movies. Those are the ones that I like. Pretty Damn good. Yeah now so brady now. Order brothers had to build a water tank for conjuring too and they had a lot of water scenes that they needed shoot so the huge stage four. They built a humongous water tank for these scenes and that department head chuck that was there to oversee the tank. And all its you know activities Would always be the last one to leave so he would do his rounds close up but one night yes one night he was going on the stairs and it felt like someone tried to push down the stairs. He turned around and no one was there and then another night it was even stranger while he was about got to lock up and leave stage four when he started to hear what sounded like banging coming from the water tank like he felt like there. Is someone trapped the water tank and they were banging against the wall and he just couldn't explain. He was freaked out. He rushed out. But other cast and crew crew members have noticed in the catwalks of the stage. Four that they've seen figures eighteen shadow figures. Day would ask you know the crew like who's up there her and the crusade will there shouldn't be anyone up there everyone's should be on the ground Yeah it got so bad. The actively that they had to bring a priest to stage four to bless it. Oh my God and you think the activity was going going to cease. It didn't mean things a lot worse. People were being pushed. People were being scratched. Because then at that point you're trying to get rid of me so it's so scary Chicken so our knowing and here for this so yeah yeah so like those series of NFL in conjuring have definitely conjured up something. That is no one. No no one. No and yet they keep making movies. Yeah Yeah because the franchise is frigging popular is poppin. There's like what. How many things in that universe now? Eight movies Jesus. Oh yeah now we're GONNA move next door to go. Further down to stage. Eight security guards would hear laughter. Children on you know about goes till go so security guards would have to do their rounds. They have to do their walk. throughs check and double check that the doors are locked while it seemed that one couple of security guards have gone into stage eight and done walk throughs and quit on the spot because stage each eight freak them out because they would go in and it sounds like children or they're running around in the dark and laughing yeah. One Security Guard had claimed that he saw a child inside stage. Eight and one non approach the child. The child disappeared in front of him and on on that night he turned in his badge at. This is not for me are not paying me enough. Now we'RE GONNA go to stage nine. And before the conjuring and Annabel series stage. Nine was pretty active. It was the most active stage. It was the most eerie stage so over the years each nine had been used for several popular notorious horror movies from the Black Kat in nineteen twenty seven to the inheritance in two thousand and five seven. Oh yes several. Several studio employees and production assistance tend to believe that stage nine while before stage four was the most haunted structure on the lot pointing to a high count of casualties and accidents. There as proof. Now rumor has it that people have felt like they were being watch. They would see figures appearing and disappearing on the sidelines sidelines of the structure and back in the days of silent films. The all electric lights used in filmmaking get extremely hot and at least three times times. A day in the thirties fire started here and there. Yeah but there is one fire that broke out and it was the worst disaster her on the lot now may eleventh nineteen thirty. Three a fire broke out during the filming of the Iron Sheik. And it took the whole entire set. All of its props costumes. It took the lives of seven actors and even workers a critically injured and burned twenty people. Oh My oh my God. It was attracted to something to sulphur powder used to create smoke so it just like ignited and made everything worse. It soon spread beyond stage four to stage his eight and even stage ten wor took part of the set of the war between the states. which was awesome Moore movie now now? The fire was eventually contained put out but the iron sheik was shelved and never finished for years later. Other motion pictures shot in and restored in the building and reported fighting eating extras where no one should be voices for help where no one. Oh yeah voices saying help on. There's even the story. That's attached to wit selection of eight disconnected phone in the building that is known to ring and whenever somebody answers it. No one's on the line. Even security guards do not like making making their rounds in the building instead they would send office security guards new on the job to walk the structure so according to one story I found online on Angel. Fire Dot Com Security Guard Gore Madison States. I get the feeling of being watched in there It's like you go in expecting to see someone loitering ordering around the corner but then you turn around and once there but the feeling that someone is still there won't ever go away. So security guards would also ASEAN apparition of a man that's dressed in period. Where but the problem is? The man is partially charred. My God crispy goes and then finally I got the best story of Mall so I found out through this tour. That James Dean is seen their interesting. Because James Dean shot all three of his biggest films giant east of Eden in rebel without a cause all on the warner brothers. Lot So Jane Stine was was widely known in around this lot for causing little chaos. He his Jack Warner off with his loud motorcycles and sports cars but he loved his dressing rooms so much that it was like a second home he would even get You know approval to allow him and his friends to stay the night inside inside his dressing room and also he was a bit socially awkward and shy so he just liked the fact that that dressing room was his safe-space so after his death people started to see what looked like an apparition of James Dean around his dressing room security guards to the stay with C. A figure of a man in the windows. It's kind of creepy James Dean. Todd so I would definitely all suffer in silence. I would definitely liked to be haunted by James Charles now on these specific tours after hours tour guides cleaned that There's this one particular area on on the lot. It's like they're I guess they're town centre lot in a lot. where it has a gazebo has like townsquare has a church in a couple? Both houses a monster squad. The ghostbusters and Enviro mistress of the dark was shot there. Even a couple of scenes for Annabelle was shot there in the church so there is this little chapel when you do take the tour even the after hours and be you know regular hours tour Every time a tour guide would would talk about James Dean. The doors of the Church would open up by themselves. That's insane and it would only happen when you would talk about James Dean. So that's a little a little something something unexplainable James and that is haunting warner brothers. And here's a little tip a a two. There is no staged thirteen because Jack Corner was extremely superstitious. so He Warner Brothers doesn't have a stage. Thirteen skipper the only twelve twelve. It just keeps because he was super super superstitious. Oof So yeah that is all of our stories. 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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1598

"Casts you from people you trust. This is Leo LaPorte. And this is my tech podcast, this show originally aired in the premier network on Saturday June eighth. Twenty nineteen Zepa's one thousand five hundred ninety. Enjoy take podcast is brought to you by digital ocean. Deploy and scale your app seamlessly on the simplest cloud platform. Join of a one hundred fifty thousand businesses that use digital ocean. Sign up today, you'll get free fifty dollars credit at DO dot CO slash twit. And by carbonite, the premier data protection platform for business with customizable, cloud, and hybrid backup for you servers, learn more, visit carbonite dot com. Hey, hey, hey, how are you today? Leo, LaPorte, Hugh, the tech guy timetotalk computers, the internet home theater, digital photography smartphones. Smart watches all that jazz, eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo. That's the phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six. 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It's happening at IRC that twit dot TV bunch of other people watching the show and listen to the show and talking about the show. I r C twit dot T V. So apple was a little busy this week and a bunch of new stuff. Let's talk about it briefly because it's nothing anybody can afford. So. It's just the kind of thing that makes people jealous and unhappy. It's, it's as if it's it's as if your favorite computer company came out, or your favorite car company came out and said, well, she's very much like Ford has a car that no one can afford to write, what is the GT one can afford it or, you know, it's a supercar somebody can afford it. I guess not me, but Ford makes it because there are people who will buy it. It also is good for business because people look at it and they go out for it can really make some amazing stuff. And I think also, you know, and they race it and stuff. But I think also. There's an important point to Ford GT, which is if, if cost Renault object, given the engineering expertise, we have what would we make? What, what would be, you know, if we didn't have to think about selling it. What would we make? And you would make something that looked probably a lot like the Ford GT, or in Apple's case, their new MAC pro which is really in many ways the pit himmy of computer technology design, it's as if apple literally said, look. The sky's the limit guys go and make something. Now, of course, you could make a supercomputer that no one would need by. So I guess they probably didn't say the sky's limit in that sense. But they said, look, let's make the best computer for professionals for people who need people who are editing. Eight K high dynamic range video, super quality video, or people who have they showed it off on stage on Tuesday. They showed a one of the new MAC pros, which looks strikingly like a cheese grater one of those standing cheese graders. That's actually good news. And I'll tell you why about that. But they should one of these MAC pro cheese graders running their music program. Logic pro, and it was a fun, reveal because it started off with just a few instruments, and they said, well, you know, many times we want more instruments. How about a thousand sampled real samples of instruments synthesize. But real Sam. Nls of instruments. One thousand. They opened up and it keeps playing and there's no hesitation. And then he says, but, you know, really this music is a soundtrack for a movie that's being edited in eight K. That's you know, four times the resolution of four K sixteen times, the resolution of high def HD HD are and, you know, we have three separate video streams in the eight k so let's play all of those. So they've got now three eight K video streams, high quality video streams, plus a thousand instruments playing the soundtrack. And then let's look at this, let's look at the processor monitor. And the thing is chugging along, and it doesn't even sound loud. The fans are quite this is this is nice. This is pretty now. That machine is not the base model. I can I probably promise you that it is it is. In fact, most likely the hot one of the highest end models. So this thing starts off with a eight eight core. Zeon w processor from Intel that's the base model. It's, it's got what was it, sixty? Four thirty two gigs of ram. I can't remember a, a lot after certain point you don't have to ask it has dual graphics cards. I think it had the dual graphics, the base model you know, and it has a whopping two hundred fifty six gig hard drive. Okay. Maybe that was a little small two hundred six that by itself that thing, which you can't buy till his fall is, is, is five thousand dollars or six thousand dollars six thousand dollars. But that money doesn't matter. Because honestly, that's. The basement. Let's the one no one wants to just make it so that they could show the lowest price really the one that's playing thousand music streams the same time and, you know, eight K videos and all that. And it's probably got a lot more memory up to by the way, this thing will come with up to one and a half terabytes of memory. Now that drive that turned fifty six give drive you know, to put more in there. And in fact, they will have the ability to add, these new modules that can get quite large. I think I saw thirty two terabytes but apple spec it out at four terabytes max twenty eight cores twenty eight different processors in the on the motherboard. Dual dual video cards. Yes. Dual dual video cards. That's four video cards rayon pro Vega twos. And then optional features include just like the Ford GT the apple after burner. And we'll yes, we'll are extra the thing is so heavy you might wanna get those the cheese grater. Oh. Do you wanna keyboard and a mouse that will be extra? Did you wanna monitor well could news, apples also making a monitor for this for GT of computers? That comes in at a nifty five thousand dollars. The X DR, multiple monitor very nice thirty two inch beautiful beautiful monitor see associate so but, but wait a minute. I didn't mention one thing. It doesn't come with a stand. If you actually only bought the five hundred dollar monitor, which is fall over. I guess you could lean it against the six thousand dollar computer, and then you'd be done at eleven thousand dollars. But you're gonna probably wanna buy the apple stand for one thousand dollars. Basically, that's like the rims on the Ford GT. It's gonna cost you okay because you're not buying you know, an I MAC here. This is something special. So I figure nobody knows yet because apple is not gonna shipped to the fallen apple hasn't said anything, except the base price. But I would guess that nicely equipped. Mac pro twenty nineteen MAC pro from apple cost you around. Oh, I say, twenty five thousand dollars thirty thousand dollars pounds less than a four GT actually, you know, less than a Chevy volt. So, you know, not so bad. Actually, very gratifying. I'm gonna tell you making fun of it because of course it's hysterical. But it actually is really gratifying. It's apple. Listen. This is why it's graph is listening to pros. The people who edit video and make music, and, you know, do high end stuff people who are working for a living with their max for whom time is of the essence. And in most cases, they just charge it back to the client anyway. Major motion picture studios, things like that. They're making what they wanted it returned to. What was the classic cheese grater, MAC, pro it looked like a cheese grater then to not quite as much really looks like geez, now with stainless steel handles. It's a, it's a work of art. It's a beautiful thing. And for the people who would buy this kind of thing it's exactly what they want and apple will continue to offer all the other. You know, the I MAC pro for five thousand dollars the I MAC for three thousand dollars. You couldn't. You know, there's, there's still a Ford Fiesta for people who can't afford the GT. And apple, I think is doing the right thing by making this. They're showing this is what we can do this is this is how how, how great, we can make it and, you know, after the MAC pro the last MAC pro which they introduced in twenty thirteen. Yes. Six years ago. This is very nice. This is what we wanted. They also announced, I think an interest in the second most interesting thing them we're going to have to take a break, because I'm running time the second most interesting thing announced was they're going to split. I o s the iphone and ipad operating system in two parts. I o s for iphones, and I pad OS for ipads. They're announcing in effect. We're gonna make our I pad which has been really running on iphone operating system for since twenty tents came out for almost a decade we're going to make one that specifically to take advantage of the screen real estate, the capabilities of the ipad, and I think that's very interesting. So this is Apple's developer conference. Just ended. And I think some very good news. This was a busy week. There's more than that. And we'll talk more about that in a bit. But we also want to take your calls. Eight asked Leo's the phone number. I'd love to hear from you. Your questions. Your comments your suggestions. I'm gonna run out and buy a Ford GT and I'll be back in just a bit. Taking your calls. Beautiful twit. Eastside studios home of the tech, I show it's Kimmy. Don't take. No scheffer. Hello, Kim morning. Good morning to you. I am very well. Yes, yes. I've run out of small talk. That was it. That's you noticed. Thousand dollars first-hand. There you go. Actually justify it. You know why justify because the professionals who buy these monitors don't often don't use stands. They will get a visa mount which they also offer for only a few hundred bucks and mounted on the wall on an arm or that kind of thing. And that's you see that frequently and edit suites and places where these monitors might live. So why put them why put the stand on there? And if you want the stand, well, it's lovely. I know enough handy people that would fabricate one it would be a lot quieter, brisk third party market and stands costing. Burke could could build this one at a scrap lumber like that it's been Birkt it will look like it's a six thousand dollar monitor on a twenty dollar scrap lumber stand, but who cares because the monitor still work. No. But the apple stand, it be floats. I forget, I don't need to justify it. It's the Ford GT, you know, four GT's half a million bucks, right car. Yeah. Well, no, you don't need to. And people don't buy Ford GT to drive around town. I didn't know there was any Ford that was half a million bucks. Well, I'm sorry. I over. At four hundred fifty thousand dollars. But if you really want to, you know if you want wheels, it would be like selling a car without wheels wouldn't it? But they do they sell a variety of different wheels on a car, right? You can get. Yeah. So that's like that. I see what I'm saying see you're going with this. Yeah. All the all the options Jack up the price a lot of car companies do this. They'll make a car base price was fifteen thousand time. You're out the door at forty even even make like Mercedes makes cars for racing that nobody's going to buy except maybe crazy millionaires at this is apples. This isn't that quite even that bad really. It's a it's a machine that a lot of pros I've spoken to drool over and someone actually by because they can justify. Right. Not me. When I come in here next week, they'll be one sitting on the test. No. No, no, no, no. So Kimmy ever have you ever heard of were in the world is Carmen, sandiego? I love that. We're in the world is Dr mom she just wants to do a quick check and. Oh, she's driving somewhere. Yeah. Let's find. Thank you. Hello. Dr mom, where are you calling the tesla supercharge? You're in Independence, Missouri. Harry Truman's hometown. You're gonna go see the, the old term in place now, because we're on kind of a scheduled one thing you can discuss with them. Yeah. And annoys the heck out of me on the Tesla's. At this point, you can't set up wake points in the navigation system. Really? All. That were ever you say you're going, you're going to be able to charge the car when you get there, it's like tonight, we're saying a little motel and sewing the cancer. There's no charge for their it says. Oh you'll get ten percent charge. That's a scary. That was not my experience. I think you're doing it wrong. I know there's not my experience with tesla navigation is it would tell you variety of places you could stop along the way never would leave you that low check in the settings there doctor mom, Dr mom reporting in from Missouri. Elizabeth palm desert California, Leila port, the tech highlights. Hi, Dr mom, I'm calling from the dark ages with windows, XP and a and a Dell laptop that I can't access. It is kinda the quintessential as they as the kids would say, first world problem, you know, my tesla won't let me let me charge. So what's your tell me about the real world? Elizabeth lives. No, not that. Case was lovely to give me and it has windows, three sixty five on it. Which I don't even know does that expire, you're after its purchase. It's office. Three sixty five is a yearly subscription. Okay. But I never installed it. I mean, it's supposedly came with it, but all I did was set the clock set a password, nobody at the library, where I went for help, who they have a computer person, but was unable to help me get anything going on it. So I brought it home set. It aside Zola's, let me tell you the, the bad news. Not really bad news. But whenever somebody gives you a computer. You buy one used anytime you gotta use computer, the oh, brand new brand new, and so I never used it. No. Oh, well that's nice of them. Yeah, but now they want a whole bunch of money to Reese that factory settings to get past. My not having recorded my path you forgot your pet everybody forgets their pets. Make you feel better once and then they remember it from that hot. 'cause it's like this is a pain, so most of the time, and I think these Dell's is the case when they set up this Dell they put in something called a hidden administrator account. And this is probably the real reason they do it, is it a windows. Ten machine do you even know? Because it was a number of years ago, I think pre it's really old. Well, maybe three years, I'm gonna guess don't be don't be all I know is window space, sixty five and that it's an inspiration fourteen. All I can tell you about it. So this is a complicated process. But if you have a friend, who has a computer that can Google this. I will tell you how hang on. So. It's it's a little complicated. Elizabeth? I'm sorry. I was dealing with a technical matter. It's a little complicated. But basically, there's a hidden account that has no password on the system. It's called the administrator Kadam because it has no password. All you have to do is log in is that and then you can change your password and you'll be able to, to something you remember and then you'll be able to get into it. So I mean he see how you log in to the hidden administrator you're looking for that. I wanna tell you listen to every week trying to learn that attended here in the tended to get savvy here. Well, I think it's working. You sound very savvy to me. Thanks to Kim. She was so sweet. She's great. Yeah, it should be able by default. So let me see how I can get the log in going, especially if it's a windows seven machine. Now. See says, in Nabl I you'll need to open a command prominent minister mode on. I don't wanna do that because you can't log in. Yeah. You do. Tr I mean, as I remember you could just type as the log in Adleman and hit return, it might not be Adleman that might be Edmonds zero or something like that. I'm trying to remember this. Do do do. And the problem is I don't know which version of windows you have. You don't know either. Probably ten if it's three years old. It's ten. It's not one of three sixty five as opposed to window. So the three sixty five thing is office, three sixty five that's out Microsoft Office word excel and all that. I didn't even know that. That's good. I unfortunately have to move on. I really want to help you do this. Well, hang on. Leila port, the tech, I know normally Scott Wilkinson, our home theater geek, would be here. But he is not today. He's taking the day off. Good man. He's, he's going to go into the country, as they say. But that's good because that means I have a little more time to work with Elizabeth. She's in palm desert. She was gifted computer Dell laptop. And when she when you first got it three years ago you created an account on their log in which you've since forgotten, so you can't use it crack. Correct. So when you turn it on it, it says it says your name. My name is air down the screener, then you hit return. And you don't know what the type after that for password. Right, under my name, but I don't have one to enter so and stopped right there. Some, you know. Trying to think of the best way to go about this, you could of course, reinstall windows on top of it. And that would be fine. Yeah. And it might not be a bad idea to do that. Okay. When windows ten first came out, everybody said EU, and then I've heard you say, recently that it's much better much better. But I think if, if you think it's three years old. That would have been windows ten territory. Okay. If it's for that, it would still be when could be windows, aid, much case you really do want. Because that's terrible. So just kind of depend it kind of depends on when exactly you got it. I'm really trying to think what the best procedure is. So if you have a friend with the computer, you could Google, enable hidden administrator mode, and it's many steps that's why can't really go through it on the radio. If you have a friend with a computer can come over show, you that's one thing you could try to do the other thing is he he or she can download a copy of windows. Microsoft makes that available only get it for Microsoft they call it. The windows, media creation tool and get the windows. Ten version, you might as well. And then it'll be on a USB key. So you need to sixteen gigabyte or more USB drives. I'm perfect that. So, so he's he or she will download it put it on that thumb drive at Microsoft explains that whole process on their windows machine. Then you bring it to yours. You plug it in and you boot into your windows machine. Now, all likelihood you'll have to press some specific keys to get it to boot to the thumb drive because normally just boots to the hard drive. Right. So on Dell. I would I there's a few different keys? It could be I would start with f twelve funky twelve that doesn't work function. Key one, you might have to reboot each time escape or delete. So those, those are the typical for f one f twelve escaper delete, but you wanna get into the boot menu or at least the system set up where you can change the boot order, because you wanna tell it boot up from this thumb drive, and then you will get into a windows installer. He'll just wipe your driving start over and it'll be just like it came from the factory give it a go. And you have a postcard that says office three sixty five activation. I think that's what you probably have right. Yeah. If you said it came with office when I opened the back side. What is it? I yeah. Yeah. So I pretty much stopped doing this. But for the last few years, Microsoft, which ship, this one year free trial of office, office is the word processor, the spreadsheet. You may not even need it. Wordprocessor. Okay. Okay. Honestly, they're great free choices from Google and Microsoft both. But if you feel like I like office three sixty five I think it's, you know, it's about seven or eight bucks a month, about one hundred bucks a year if you wanna keep using it, but you, you get, you'll get at least ninety days, maybe a year of free, depending on which, which I got but on that postcard, they'll be a serial number, if you still have it that you'll need to enter. But they real the real key is now somebody's saying, you could also take it to the best buy lawn dog saying, take it to the best buy down the road in palm desert, and they could probably unlock it for less than fifty bucks. It might be the easiest. I want a hundred the heck with them. Come on Keith squad. I'd do it for free Elizabeth, but I'm just not anywhere near you. So it'd be. Oh, you're welcome. Good luck. Yeah. It's a nice you can get a working. Somebody said you need a ute. What's a young person? You need a unit who can, of course, we'll sit down. Type real fast say there you go. Could do it just like that eighty eight ask Elliott some of the office stores, maybe Staples find a really it shouldn't be more than fifty bucks. Maybe they've upped the minimum. That's sad. If that's the case Alice Los Angeles, Leo LaPorte, the tech. I. Hello. I have a question on barris to say, because of your commercial just recently, the difference between remote PC and go to my PC very similar. Basically, same functionality pick the one you like best remote PC's, of course our sponsors. So it would make me it would me personal favor to me. If you would try but yeah, they're very, the whole idea of remote access by the way, Microsoft often ships windows with a remote access product, if you have a professional version, although I should warn anybody using Microsoft's RDP remote desktop protocol that there's a massive flaw in it in any version earlier than windows ten and you must update it before you use it. In fact, you must updated, even if you don't use it because while the, the bad guys are coming effect. Guests when you said, whether you're talking about remote. Remote PC and go to my PC. Both do similar things right. About the flaw. You were talking about with that in Microsoft's own remote desktop protocol that they built in. But if you have windows ten you don't have to worry about it. Okay. I'm on Ken. Yeah. Yes. So you'd have to worry about that, so there, so there are lots of ways to do this free. What you pay for when you get a commercial product like Romo PC is support and often performance, the inexpensive things like a the NC, which is an open source way to do this or Microsoft's remote desktop protocol sometimes are hard to use often are very slow. So it really comes down to how easy to use. It is, and how I've been using piece on your then you're fine until years, if you happy with it. That's good. Don't worry about you were advertising it. Better. I'll tell it's better because it's half the cost. Well, there's bad. Yeah. So, so if you get remote PC for the ten computers and you take the Leo deal. It's ninety percent ninety six fifty two bucks for a year. Go to my PC is about one hundred bucks for year. A little more aren't gonna see when I renewed my. A wind with them. And then maybe try them for a year, the new guy, you don't have to buy it to try it. You could even do that before you renew. Go to my PC just download remote PC and see if feels faster for you because I think it's faster. Okay. Great. Well, thank you. You're very welcome. Glad you asked. And I'm sorry about the horse Winnie. Well, I hope you're going riding. Unfortunately, I'm just doing a little bit of feeding and hugging and kissing maybe tomorrow. Did you bring carrots or apples, actually pellets? Oh, see. I was told you shouldn't feed horses carrots, and apples. Is that right? No. You can you can you just have to be careful not to do it by hand all the time. Melby keep my palm away open. So there's nothing but if. And so I have a lot of people putting their hands. Now no, they'll bite your taught her from baby to not move for lips. No matter what isn't that sweet. So this is a horse feed all the time. Well, I feed her in a bucket. You're smarty down to say side. Yeah, I love there you must read. There is a New Yorker article this week called how to draw horse. It's free online. Anybody who loves horses must read it. All right. How to draw a horse, actually anybody who loves lovers and people and great cartoons. It's it'll make you cry Leo LaPorte, the tech guy more. Because right after this. So chummy you don't like it. When people like so if I know I'm going to see horses. Actually, usually Lisa that does she'll always she'll try to remember put a carrot in her pocket or an apple in her pocket or something like that. Horses are so sweet. But you don't like it. If people do that, okay. I will remember chummy when I'm near your horse, not to feed Leyla port the tech, I eight esque Leo. That's the number. Do you wanna talk high tech Americans are now spending more time watching their devices than watching TV, if you look at the graph this is from emarketer feel look at the graph over the last few years? Imagine if you will my hand in the air TV up at the top my hand. Well below it. Mobile devices at the bottom, slowly, slowly, climbing getting closer and closer together, TV going down mobile device going up the cross point the point they crossed right now. Just happened just this minute where mobile device time is now more than TV time. US adults TV time, dropped nine minutes digital video time increased eight minutes. So there you go. But I just wanna say there should be a third line time spent listening to the radio. And I bet you that's way up there. Of course if you put podcast in there, I don't know. But I bet you a lot of I mean you're listening right now. Right. Eight ask. Leo. Eddie San Diego. You're next. Hi, eddie. Hello. Not a question. I'm kinda dinosaur. I'm running an old desktop with the tower windows, seven got a notice that Microsoft is gonna stop supporting when those seven January twenty twenty. Yeah. And I wanna stay with a wanna buy new power, stay with windows and just any recommendations for good manufacturers and also hardware, which innovation process or how much ram did I get? So if you get a new tower, obviously, you will this is one way to upgrade. This buying new hardware owner that's the old windows way, by the way. Most people never upgraded windows until they bought a new computer, then they'd get the newest version of windows, that was how people upgraded, you don't have to do that. You know, for ninety bucks you could buy windows ten. Yeah. This thing's getting old, okay? The PC industry needs you. So I don't I don't I do not want to discourage you, we need you to buy new computer every few years, people stopped doing that. What is wrong with you people? So when it comes to towers, I, I kind of like Dell to be honest with you. That's basically, and I put my money where my mouth is when we had to buy new workstations for editors. We were placed all of the workstations with Dell precisions. Those are probably higher, and then you need. But I would look at the Dell tower computers they still make them. And I think they're very good. And I think Dell support is good. I was thinking about amount of ram. How much should I get? What do you do? Oh, just general stuff. You know, cruise the internet, you know, Bank account ironically, ironically, the browser particularly chrome Firefox, cts browsers notorious ram. Hogs normally you say you don't out eight gigs. It'd be plenty for anybody, unless you're editing giant photos or videos, are, you know, making music with thousands of tracks things like that. I'd say you're sweet spot's probably sixteen gigabytes of ram. Give because chrome is a hog, if you like to keep chrome tabs open you like having the extra ram. Yeah. I do use chrome all the time. And the newest generation processor is Intel the latest is the Intel ninth generation processors, but for you, there's some other things you could consider you don't need the latest and greatest, you might get an eighth generation Intel, I wouldn't go far bond bought beyond that, or look at an AMD processor AMD processors are a little bit slower, but they're less expensive and a lot of times, you can get a better deal. I don't know if Dell sales AMD's. I bet they do, but it's certainly you don't need to spend like crazy. And if, if you're if you're just doing basic computing, I five an eighth generation I five rare would be fine that would be that would be as good enough for anybody. Okay. That gives me a place to start. Yup. Have fun. Thank you, always fun, buying a new computer. I like let's see HP Dell Lenovo. Those are the big three and all of a make nice nice tower cases. Honestly for most people. I wouldn't buy a windows PC these days, I wouldn't buy a MAC, either these days I unless you're doing something, you know, you need windows or MAC for like there's a program, you have to use, you know, for your business or because you like to edit photos or draw something if you if there's nothing like that, if it's just surfing, the net, getting Email, the kind of thing, most people do all the time. I think getting something based on Google Chrome OS to Chromebook, or if you wanna tower you gotta chrome box is probably it certainly more affordable, and probably a better idea. It's a lot more secure because it's a lot simpler and I see a lot of people getting ipads, and you I can't especially with a new ipad. Oh, with apple kind of giving better. Computing facilities to their ipad, making it more than just a glorified iphone. They can ipads a good choice again, more secure, less expensive and some places more convenient. Chat room says, Leo, you missed a bet you should have convinced him to buy when those new apple. Mac pros. I wouldn't do that to my worst enemy. You know, but people are going to buy MAC pros. No, they need it. This is like this. I have to have a MAC pro I need it in an prices. No object. In most cases, it isn't an object. They don't they're not looking at the price because either they're charging it back to a client, which actually means they wanna pay as spent as much as they can for the computer because they're gonna take ten percent or twenty percent off the top. So the more they spend the more than make. And even if they're not charging it back to the client. If you're working in the movie industry, editing film, spending, twenty grand or thirty grand on computers. No big deal. That's your main tool. How much do you spend for that combine harvester? I mean if this is the thing you use day in day out, don't cheap out, but for the rest of us were just using computers, kind of to access the internet to, you know, pay by stuff, pay bills. That kind of thing, a Chromebook is probably a better choice. Honestly. Dalen Santa, Monica, Leo LaPorte, the tech guy ideal. Hi, is it possible? I as I'm getting older. I use the computer that much. But one thing I do is I do some games. And I was wondering, is it possible to control an XBox PlayStation with a keyboard and mouse? Oh, that's interesting. So you but what would you do with the keyboard? I would use that instead of the controller I use right now I use a keyboard mouse on a MAC, two games that I play, and I'm not going to get another. Yes, the games won't support. It necessarily you can just plug in a keyboard mouse on the USB ports on an Xbox One, it'll work, fine. But not all games. Will men most games. They figure. Well, you got an XBox you wanna use the XBox controller? So you just have to try it in a per game basis. This is by the way, this is why gamers say, we're better. Because when you game on a PC, of course you use a mouse, and keyboard, and a lot of gamers believe that's better control. So sometimes, yes, you can sometimes it's supported. It's built into the operating system, because, honestly, XBox just windows and some games will let you use it, but not all games. So check with the game to make sure I okay. So it's game by day this game by game and, you know, you already have a keyboard and mouse, a plug into a USB port. See what happens. Okay, thanks. You're welcome. Thanks for calling. Yeah. It's just windows has many of the fact of the same facilities as windows. 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If you have a question, or commoner suggestion, call me, eight eight ask Leo is the phone number eight, eight two seven five, five, three six toll free from anywhere in the US or Canada. Outside that area. You can still call just use Skype out to do it. There's a website free to use. They're all week long. So if you hear something or you can't remember or maybe just wanna listen to an old show has passed shows audio and video are up there. It's tech guy labs dot com. Tech guy labs dot com. Well, this could have been a big headline, Facebook, investors vote to fire. Mark Zuckerberg sixty eight percent of outside investors want Zuckerberg out up from fifty one percent last year except. Mark Zuckerberg has sixty one percent controlling interest in the company. Just goes now out that can do it. Sorry by. Eighty three percent of outside shareholders back to proposal to scrap Facebook's dual class share structure. See the way it works. If you buy stock in Facebook, your class, eight shareholder, you get one vote if you're Mark Zuckerberg your class b shareholder, you get ten votes, a share. Ten votes. Sucker Berg happens, don't seventy five percent of the class b stock. He's got sixty percent of the voting power. Even though even though the shareholders, overwhelmingly sixty eight percent wanted him out because. Yeah, well, that's nice. Why even bother giving them a vote? Thanks for thanks for your input. So I guess Marcus, I'm reading a wonderful book just came out by one of my favorite sci-fi authors. Neil Stevens is called fall or dodge in Jalan, one of the things very interesting about it. It's a near future starts in the present. But it becomes a near future story. The internet becomes so unreliable. For variety reasons, terms of facts that nobody really uses it as an information source anymore. It becomes so overwhelmed with fake news that anybody who has any money hires professional editors to filter out the junk, so that you can use the special little part of the internet. That's accurate and ignore the rest. The unfortunate sad side of this is the vast majority of people who can't afford private editing are stuck with an internet. That is loaded with such garbage that the nation has fractured into many, many pieces each believing different sets of facts. Maybe it's not such a distant future. It's, it's a little closer. It's clearly Neil Stevenson's commentary, and we're not there yet. Right. For the most part, we can all agree on certain common facts, but it does kind of make sense you know, because of conspiracy theories, and their unique power to sway us, and the power of the internet, you know, there's a significant number of people didn't used to be, but they're back now who believe the earth is flat. In contrary to all evidence, by the way, if you've ever been in the airplane, you can see the earth is not flat. But that okay, contrary to all evidence there people believe the flat, and it turns out, they got this idea from watching YouTube videos. That that's actually this used to be a thing, flatter society. And it quickly became a joke because this is we got satellites and space travel and airplanes people could see for themselves. It is not really flat, but YouTube brought it all back, and that in many, many other crazy ideas, and, you know, I think part of the problem is YouTube recommendation engine. This is really the problem is article in the New York Times today about a young man, twenty one year old who became radicalized was just completely, like your next door neighbor, but became completely radicalized because he started watching YouTube and started following the recommendations. He the making of a YouTube radical ca Caleb. Cain was a college dropout looking for direction. He turned to YouTube soon. He was pulled into a far-right universe watching thousands of videos filled with conspiracy theories, misogyny, and racism, and now he says, I was brainwashed great article by one of our best tech reporters Kevin Roose. It's a fascinating story, not so much about mister Cain. But about the power of YouTube, and the YouTube recommendation engine, I feel like they should just turn that off. That's it gets. This is what gets you to a lot of trouble you go there to, you know, you search for something, you watch it fine. But then it says, well, people like this, like this, and we've seen this happen time and time again, you go, there to, you know, I'm interested in Kito, genyk diets. So I watched that. And then it says, you might be interested in this and it's a it's a vegetarian video couch, you might be interested this. It's a vegan video. It's more and more extreme watch that. And pretty soon you're down a rabbit hole, and you're doing some protesters, just the other day out of town. They went to liberate chickens from chicken farm. They liberated them which some people call stealing. But it you know matter of. I guess, depends what YouTube videos you're watching. Eight ask Leo's the phone number eight two seven five five three six. Let's talk to Nancy in Los Angeles. Hello, nancy. Hi, great. Thank you very much, welcome. I hear you. Well, how do you hear me? Oh, very well. Been waiting. You're very patient. Thank you. What can I do for you? Well, I bought a small H P laptop smaller than like big on that I use on the desk. And I didn't realize it said a streaming laptop, and I didn't understand or know what that meant. So I don't either. What is a street? This is not a common term. What is streaming Lipton, HP stream laptop? Oh, it's the brand name the stream. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So what I think it does is it connects to the internet through why fi okay in your house or your office? I don't. Have cable or the WI fi. I do everything through my phone and through my ipad. So I have a big laptop on my best that I talked to my ipad, your laptop uses the internet connection, your ipad has yes or my phone or your phone, and of course, you're paying the cell carrier for that internet connections. That's where you get your. Yeah, you can do the same thing with the HP stream. But, you know, I I'm not set up right. And so, I can't I've only been on it a couple of times, and I, I don't know how to get on every time the right the correct way. So the trick is to turn your ipad or your iphone into what we call a hotspot. Okay. I have that I'm the only setting I can't walk you through it, but you get the idea you're going to go into the settings. You're gonna turn on hotspot, what you will get then you'll see in the settings is the name of the hotspot, which will be something. Nancy's iphone, whatever. Okay. And then you'll get a password that's to secure it because you don't want Joe next door using your hotspot. It's costing you money. So you'll need that both the name of the pot spot in the password that you go to the stream, and you click that little WI fi con in the lower right hand corner, the one that looks like a radar kind of the triangle, and it'll, and you say, if, if your phone or your ipads, near enough, it should show, the name of it, Nancy's iphone or whatever it is. You click on that and you'll enter in the password, and as long as you're phone. The one that it says on the phone, or the ipad, remember, I said it will give you the name of a access point. It will also give you a password you need to use to log into that access point. And as long as your phone or ipad remains in hot spot mode. You'll have wifi access on your stream got it. Okay. I get it now. So that's the password. I was looking for from my phone. It's why fight Smith. You know it's very confusing. I believe me, I understand Nancy, and I see this all the time, family members and so forth. Password. Is a can mean many, many things you have many passwords, which password to any, my apple password to, I need my windows password. What password are you talking about? And it's, it's not immediately clear. And I completely understand that we need a better way. That's the term has been highly overloaded. You know, websites have passwords app. Have passwords. Your wifi access point has passwords your to make it even more complicated. Your WI fi router has a password that isn't the WI fi access point password for while wifi router companies put a button, push button, remember that w PS push the button on the WI fi access point. And then press a button on your phone, or your device, and they would just they would exchange. The information turned out that was hideously insecure. I mean. I mean, appallingly insecure. So it's been removed from most of ice in effect. If you still have a WPN button and automatic one button connection button, you might want to disable that in the software router, because it's a bad idea as one might actually if you thinking about it with guess. Eighty anyway. I'm glad I could help. The stream is a very inexpensive basically. It's HP's, and they're going to be many of these response to Chromebooks, everytime, Chromebook, simple, cheap lightweight just basically for surfing the net. Microsoft wants to do this, they killing them that they're losing business of the Chromebook, so Microsoft's gonna be releasing something called windows light that will be that, you know, really dumbed down version of windows and companies like HP stream is two hundred bucks or selling cheap computers that are basically Chromebooks, but the problem, I have with it. It's still windows. And honestly, if you're buying, this, you don't need windows you should get a Chromebook could be much more secure and much more straightforward, and just as inexpensive, eight ask Leo. Leo LaPorte, the tech guy more of your calls coming up after this word from our sponsor. The earth. Yeah, you nailed it. The earth is flat in a round ball. It's flat. If you open up the ball. Oh, the edges curved. I get. That's what looks curved. It's fun. It's so much fun. Leo LaPorte the tech. I eight ask Leo. The phone number. Eight eight eight two seven five five three six. Chris. Hey Chris, in Miami. How you doing in Miami you how many cups of coffee of you had today, Chris? Well, let's start with the fact that you only had one full Cup so far. I'm in at least six cups. He's just a just a word of warning for those of you listening. No, this is my second Cup because I have one in the morning when I get up I have a cappuccino a cappuccino, which isn't even that caffeinated Reich, and then I'm having a brut Cup now. So that's all. And that'll be it if I have any more than that, I'll be like you won't be able to sleep. Do you sleep? Well, because I have to get ready to come on this show. So I should cut Nick, we make a full pot. Oh, stop your perfect just as you are Chris. I really am. And that's why Leo. I like you just the way you are one. You're one amazing fella. I gotta tell ya. We're lucky on this planet to have you. You know, you're always way too complimentary Chris. No need. I like you. Even if you're not nice to me, but, but you are. So I still like for those reasons I'm just I'm just being here. I don't want anything. I don't need anything. I'm just saying I, I think you're a bit of the ball, always, okay? And it was love fest must end you're making people cringe. Oh, well, we don't do that. What can I do for Chris? All right. Well, I right now I have we're getting a new wine back. We're looking at a twenty one. Chris do you should buy? The MAC pro. Yeah. Right. Thirty five thousand dollars. Let's just my guess it could be less could be thirty two thousand when I thought that. And they released that I got so excited. I'm with withdrawing my Cup of coffee because you've always talked about wanting this. I've been saying for years, bring back the cheese grater, it is. I was so excited. I called six friends and said Leo finally got. And now I can't afford it. It's so expensive though. It's actually not that I can't afford it. I could buy cars I could afford it. It's not that I couldn't afford it. It's that there's no reason for me to spend that much money on a computer. I foolishly foolishly bought the I MAC pro which started at five thousand dollars. I'm done. I'm done apple. Don't don't be throwing any more expensive. Computers. At me. I am done. I'm. Too much. The stand alone is like a thousand dollars. And I'm like, I know is that funny the monitor stand, but it's really good monitor stand Chris now. It is. Yeah. It's amazing. What it does. I know but. Thousand dollars though. I know it's nuts. The real the real point. They should never have announced it. They, they realize now, tactically, that was just dumb because the people are going to buy don't care, and that was the real point. But they for some reason, they couldn't they couldn't keep from telling people it was a thousand bucks. Sometimes discretion is a good thing. Just keep a. So what can, so you're gonna buy a regular? I MAC, I'm gonna go with probably twenty one and a half to a twenty seven inch. But right now my back is running out of memory, and, and I have a Saturday in here, one terabyte, what's stupid, but I wanted to ask you about pricing because I know I could probably sit here, all afternoon funding pricing, but the place down here called proactive. They want to install an SSD for five hundred dollars, and then another three hundred dollars for like installation transfer data. Eight hundred dollars seems like it's a little bit excessive. So I said, you know what I'm gonna call Leo? They said go ahead. I said, because I know he'll give me the real answer. Here's the here's the issue, of course, that hard drive by itself is not that expensive. How big is it a terabyte to terrible? The one I have in my MAC, but the one I wanna have installed is two terabytes. Well, those are expensive state. So let's say two terabytes SSD. You're talking for five hundred bucks for the drive alone. Here's why. It's so expensive to put it in an I Mak just go and watch a couple of YouTube videos on upgrading the driving your MAC. And this is what you will never want to do this. First, you need a big suction Cup. This sounds like I'm joking. I am not know what to do this. You have to use a big suction Cup to remove the glass on the front of the screen. You get it too hard drive from the front through the glass. It is an nightmare procedure. I actually did this once. Well, I had one of my engineers, do it. And I was watching her a Gog. I thought, okay, this is not something ever wanna do my general recommendation when you buy a MAC is get it with the drive you need. Now, the I'm ex you can install more memory fairly easily. There's just a little hatch underneath on most of them. But but, you know, get it with a drive you need. Don't the aftermarket drive will not be cheaper just because the installation process is nuts. And do get an SSD that's gonna make it much, much better. You'll be much happier apple charges. A lot may may even charge. Eight hundred bucks for two terabyte drive. My guess is they do. So maybe that you recommend recommend sorry, here's what I would recommend. External also external. That's my recommendation, get a decent drive for internal big enough to hold MAC OS in your programs. No more than five twelve gigs. What brand did you suggest the apple one? Get the apple one internal. And then you can get in there many, many choices. I use, you know, Seagate's there are fancy drives from go technology, designed to go with max that doesn't matter. Just get a thunderbolt three. External. Now tell you what I got Chris. I would probably not recommend this. But I you know, I like to recommend for apple stuff going to other world computing, Maxine dot com. Because they sell external drives, and they have a variety of external drives and, and actually what you want. Ideally, if you get a thunderbolt three drive with that new MAC, it will be as fast maybe even faster than the internal drive. And that's why I say you don't need a big internal drive. You get internal drive just for the operating system and apps. And then you put all your data on an external drive. And then maybe you have to maybe you have two of those if you want for backup that kind of thing, but they make thunderbolt three you can look at their thunderbolt three drives, they make variety of thunderbolt three drives the one I bought was a little pricey. And I probably in fact it doesn't look like do they still sell. It looks like they might not sell it anymore. It was. I mean just look at my account 'cause I don't remember the exact name, but it was. Toys that you buy. This is a toy. This is a good toy. And you know what I do? And this was my mistake is sometimes I do ever. Make an impulse purchase Chris. Yes. Especially if you're hopped up on caffeine. Yeah. No, I'm never gonna let you forget. He sells coffee folks. That's why he's he loves his coffee. Let me just look at my own on let me just you my orders here. I'll tell you what I bought it was crazy expensive twelve hundred eighty three bucks. Wow. For the thunder blade ultra high performance thunderbolt three storage solution. It used that you actually, you okay, get ready for this, by the way, that's two terabytes Levin, ninety nine. Okay. So it's expensive, but it's but it's under both three full speed forty gig about forty gigabytes a second. So it's very very. It's great. Yeah, it comes in a pelican case, it's comes with specially designed just to hold it pelican case. And with a special certificate of offensive city has all sorts of crap. I have never once used it. I've had it for six months. I have never once used it. I bought it in January. And I just it's beautiful actually it's less expensive now. It's nine ninety nine for two terabytes. So I paid two hundred bucks extra 'cause I got it right when it came out. But it is it is it is a really good X so thunderbolt three costs a lot more than just the bear drive. And this isn't a very, you know, rugged enclosure with heat sink. It's stackable. It's daisy chain -able. It's a really nice external drive and I will eventually use it. I just haven't gotten around to visit. Yeah, it's got three your warranties. So if, if, if you want the toy go to Maxine dot com and look at their thunderbolt drives. They're not all that expensive, but there, but you want. Ideally, one that will use the full funder bolt three throughput, which is forty gigabytes a second. That sounds nicely is good as these, the reasons, so expensive, it has to envy, MD, two drives inside and the thunder, three interfaces really, really fast. So that's, that's what you're paying for. Okay. Small drive inside data drive outside. That's always the best way to go with. Good. Have fun Chris. Thanks, appreciate spend that money drink that you. I learned from the best. I know I got such a bad habit. I don't even want to tell you the camera. I just don't even ask, don't ask Johnny jet. What kind of camera? But on ask I told you Johnny is back home. I am. I don't understand. I thought you said you were going last week. You said you're traveling. I did go only go away for a night or two every time now. But so last week when I got off the show, the next day, I went to check out the new Disney spent the night. Did you go to the Star Wars, of course? Actually jealous. I wasn't really jealous of all your great travels before. But now I am. So you, you went, and you'd have to wait in line with the people. I was at a private party, believe it or not. They shut down Disney for the IP international Powell. It's every year, they had this massive conference six thousand people bring in it's mostly people from international because they're bringing in five billion dollars worth of business to the US, and they're just they roll the red carpet out for these guys. And this, it was actually a blue carpet, but, you know, even with the private party, everyone just made a beeline, I don't care about there could be Warren Buffett. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, back from the dead standing together talking. And I would say, where's galaxy's edge some people were running. I ran into one of my buddies. He was. I gotta get like. The private party. There was a line to get a ninety minute line to get on that ride. Mugler's run. Did you not get the line? I'm not gonna wait ninety minutes. The party was line three and a half hours. Not you didn't get on the smuggler's run, by the way, if you, if you next time it's worth the ninety minute white, because the line is the best line ever it has if you're Star Wars fan, it has more our wars Easter eggs in it. I mean, there was a great article on polygon I think, or maybe it was. Yeah, I think paulie gone documenting. As many of the these guys were crazy Star Wars fan, so they recognize there's this is something to see. It's the best line waiting series of all time. You name it. So actually, I should make their app. If you go, you gotta download their app because there's little things you can do with it. Is there a bird in there with you, actually that is that is? That is scheduled apple the week. It's called dawn. Don chorus. D. A W N. And I just tweeted it put it in the chat, this people who live in the country because we hear birds. When I wake up, I love it, now, some of the birds are not the best birds. They're like, they're you know. They send us their worst birds crows the peacock guard. On course. But no. But that's what I'm saying. Maybe I need this app. This happens a free app. It's on Android, and it's actually developed by the Carnegie museum of natural history in the innovation summit innovation studio. Sorry, I got my mind on the summit still. But it's all birds native to the northeastern U S and pretty songbirds not crows. He's actually, so you there's twenty birds. You can choose from the five to doing. There's a mistake here. They have a blue Jay on the icon. Those Bluejays are not notoriously. Beautiful there Jay's. I mean they're beautiful. Okay. But they don't sound good. No. I put one on, but you can eliminate the blue Jay from my done. Course this looks Butte. What an I j go ahead play. Weekdays, not that great who wants to hear blue Jay when they wake up. A Baltimore Oriole. Let's hear some more birds. We have a Mazda bird who sings all night. Drives me nuts, Brown creeper one bird. Can you hear that? Sounds nice. So anyway, my sister told me it's a favorite app. And so this is free to Carnegie Mellon gives it away. They do. And you know what's great? I mean especially when I'm traveling is when I'm using my alarm, the most because I'm in a minute routine when I'm home, but when I'm traveling all set at wake up to the, you know, my phone alarm, and my heart's are beating so much faster because it's blaring so having alarm like this it makes it a lot more peaceful to, to wake up. So I recommend it for travelers in. And if you want us news, you can just shake your your phone. It was shaking and. It was shaken snooze for five minutes. Nice, don. Course I'm putting it on my phone right before you always test it before you do it, because it says it will work on silent, but actually I just got the notification now and it just showed up. But I had to press a button for it to make the noise. So. Relying on it for your alarm, but you have an alarm as well. I mean right. You don't. Of course you can both do both. So this Star Wars thing, forget the Star Wars. Nobody cares about the birdsong. All right. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna give you pass. You didn't wanna wait in line for smugglers. Run. Waited in it. They said they ruined their whole night, because it was ninety minutes, the whole yard would have been the whole party. That's why you had to run at every, you know, when they closed down dizzying everyone's there. They have all the bands. They have free food free drinks. I mean you roll up get a lobster roll whatever you wanna do. Other roll over Star Wars. What is wrong with you and a corn dog and you don't you wanted? At least look like Admiral Akbar. What that is. I know because this is why you didn't go check out. Did you did at least in the bar? I did go in that bar. Yes. Yeah. I definitely did. That's awesome. Saver because you have to pay two hundred and forty dollars to buy a lifesaver or not. If you do if you do go in, you can bring two guests. Look, how does it? Look. I mean is it feels like you're feel? Yeah, planet it doesn't feel almost feels like a movie set, but I tried the milk, the green and blue milk. It's really yellow milk. They say green yellow to me less. I'm colorblind tastes like a slush puppy, but it's made with non dairy. I tried the popcorn and they have they call it a grain. A pot grains. They don't call it popcorn so horn in the universe. Galaxy along time ago far far away. There's no corn because the Indians invented it, you should know that I should know that. I I was a big fan of Star Wars growing up. I watched you know, empires, the ridgeville Star Wars Empire Strikes, Back return of the, and then I stopped watching them, so jealous, I really wanna see this just opened earlier this month, and people are going crazy about it. But yeah, the lines are very long. That's why I was kinda thinking, maybe you'd want to take advantage of this special offer. You know, I just did not want to wait ninety minutes and you have to right now. You need reservation to get into that. It's crazy, but it's going to open the public in a couple of weeks, right? Yeah. Eighty one days or steel not in our group. But I've read later that people been stealing the sports that they have. The forks. Dollars. That's terrible. So now they're gonna make plastic forks out of it. Awful. We are off and be they, they can be Star Wars. Galaxy edge will be opening in DisneyWorld August. Twenty ninth is now open land. And man, it looks so so jealous what I learned was there. You know what Disneyland's called what the happiest place on earth? Yes. Trade is Mark Walt Disney ninety fifty-six DisneyWorld called something different. The less happy place. No magical place. Oh. I have a soft spot for Disneyland. I, I really do want to see the new Star Wars wasn't Star Wars, literally I, I was going on these other rise. And there was no one else around. I could've road I road, the, the log ride by myself, and had a pitcher, and I was going to a couple of my friends, didn't they got. So, so I was just doing the other ones around. But. Called me before, did you need a plus one. I would have flown allow it I'm press, I'm in the media. Well then you would have gotten in. So I, I hear I hear they treat media people pretty well Johnny jet. I don't know. You've gone down a peg in my estimation. I hate to say Johnny jet dot com. No. I'm just kidding. That sounds like. Sounds like a lot of fun, Johnny jet, the website, lots of information there. I hope there's a pictures at least. Instagram. Follow me on Twitter to thank you, Johnny. Jack's gonna kill you. When he's old enough to figure out what you did. Actually, you know, his generation that probably won't be Star Wars fans. No, not on your generation not even my generation. I was in adult when it came out. So it didn't doesn't res- honestly, doesn't resonate that much with me. When did it come out seventy seven seventy seven? I was young lad. I was twenty one. I remember waiting in line to see it and loving it. But. I think if you were twelve or eight when you saw it I, I remember seeing it. Yeah. Then it's going to imprint like a baby. Duck. I love it. I. Fortunately, at the party. I made some context hopefully I can go down again. I feel like I should call the people at Disney because they do have a very good media, palm happy to share the Email that I have, what I you know, I do is pay full price, because I'm an idiot, also because I don't want, I don't want to be, I don't want any attention. I just wanna go. I don't wanna have to be walked around with a Representative and all that stuff. Right. I mean the thing and when we got there it was an evening sun was just going down. So it made even more magical felt more like a again, another planet because I think it was dark. I'm very interested in the Imagineering involve, for instance they calculated all the eyesight, I lines, right? Everything is you're in the rides. And they only built stuff where you can see it. So if you look from above there's like it's all kind of half done from above. Okay. It's all done. Well, why build something people can't see? Yeah. So, so they were very careful to watch the islands. Just fascinating genius. They put into this stuff. I put a few pictures on my Instagram. Swipe it but there's one of me RTD to and excellent fighter. And very the Lee, Johnny. You know, me and our two, that is a that is an inflow you're going to be an influence or you keep this up. You can, by the way, you can buy that RTD to for twenty five thousand shredded or whatever they call it credits. They don't call it money because they don't want you to think. Because they don't want you to think about what it really costs. So you can build your own Android. And that's I think it's one hundred bucks for that. Oh, that'd be fun. Yeah. Let me see here. We'll look at that Woody that's cool that your new ride. No. That's the legal house hotel. We had an elevator in our room. Those are the other day. But anyway, there's any swipe. Oh, it's pretty isn't it? The line. I mean I know it's crazy. Even with a party. Ause closed. But it would be wall to wall people if weren't. Right. And then if you swipe some more, you'll see. You'll see others, but there's that nice why they re I really impressed with the did you, did you knock on it to see if it's made a plastic, I did not on. It knocked on one of the walls. It was I don't know if it was plastic, but it was definitely not rock. So anyway, this is so cool, Johnny. I am so happy for you. Even if you didn't appreciate it at all. This will at least go in the millennium falcon. I did not go in. That was the line. There was. You know I got I got more things to do a road. Lobster roll. Ride the haunted haunted house. I would, you know, that's kind of what I would probably have done is gonna pirates of the Caribbean and haunted house. It just kept writing. I love those rights, but the problem is, there's no way to get into smugglers running for less than four or five hours, really that long. Sure, will be I don't know. It's not open yet. Really? I mean you have to buy tickets, but once it's open to the public, I'm sure we're going to be down there. You know, we're going to spend a week in Venice. So soon, I can't remember if you to have lines. Yes this time. I can come down there. You come to our house. Or we could meet at a place you just let me know around get together for sure. Thank you, Johnny. Lael Leila port. The tech I o. That is a. I don't know what you would compare that with an invitation to a private event. At Disneyland when they opened the stores. I mean that's like that is like, that's gotta be the invitation of the year at the decade. Eight ask Leo eight two seven five five three six tech in San Diego. And our chat room says, I own six PC's ranging from sentry. No, those were the days in the nineties, right to the I nine the latest ninth generation until processors chart which showed which processors are vulnerable to side. Channel attacks side, channel our tax are the things like spectre meltdown, the take advantage of a feature. Intel started using in the late nineties on that sentry. No, actually, I think called speculative execution. And. All of the processors that use speculative execution all of them are vulnerable, so you don't need a chart, but I will recommend a free program from my friend, Steve Gibson, G R, C dot com. It's called inspector. I N S P E C T Ari playing on the name of the vulnerabilities the specter vulnerability, which lets you look at your system because it's not you know, you also have to know whether it's been patched Microsoft is put out patches Intel has put out patches you need to know what the status of your system. Honestly, I wouldn't worry about these side channel attacks, unless you're running a server and you allow many, many people to buy space on your server as a home user, these are not issues, the too hard to attack where the vulnerability really hits, though is in a shared environment where you have many people, you know when you. When you, you know, by hosting from a web host, you're not on your own personal, computer unless you pay for that. It's pretty expensive. You're on a shared system with other websites that are on there. But if one of those websites should be malicious may be possible. Thanks to these flaws for them to get information like your password. Log in from you using these attacks specter meltdown, there's been more since so this inspector looks at your microcode sees if it's patches patched, specifically for the specter vulnerability, but if it's vulnerable to Specter's Foale neral all the rest. So this is a free program. Steve's really great guy for this stuff. He gives away a lot of stuff like this. You could Google. I N. S. P. E. C T, R, E, probably find it, but it said, GR seat dot com. Line four, Bob in corona, California. Hi, Bob Hill LaPorte the tech. Hey, how you doing? I'm well, how are you? Very good. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. I'm so glad you called. What can I? Thank you for old on what can I do for the worries perhaps, making more difficult than it is. But I've got the cut the cable questions or yes. Okay. Which I've already done. Yeah. Those darn cable providers. It's such a good feeling to call up the cable companies say, I won't be needing you. But that feeling goes away rapidly when I figured that. Well, maybe I will need them for internet access. Who did you get your internet access from precisely the personal the cable cable connected to me? Yeah. And by the way, then they charge you more. If you're not gonna get TV we're gonna raise your right. Yes. That's happened. Okay, what's your? I actually called you maybe once ago when my dog's going crazy, too. Get an answer a while back. And I just never got around to get back what else? The so the cable that actually came in via the internet via spectrum was my provider. Okay. Again, they still have me connected for the internet. Yeah. And the line, there's the line in it was to single line grounding mechanism. And then that goes to a splitter and clearly the splitter. The one line you could see stapled on those fees by internet with web access. Right. The second splitter was going into the house line. It's still connected. That's your TV that's your that goes to your all your TV cable drops. Okay. And there's only one line, so maybe it's split or link. They'll have more splitters down the line. If you have multiple cable ports. Okay. So it's, it's still currently hooked up. And I bought one of those fancy Amazon get your own. Broadcast antennas supposed to be really nice when it's still in the box. I've never tap into. I guess my question is, is that a simple matter of poking out one line that is being split. Could you use the old cable line because it's co ax, which is what that antenna wants for your intente. Yes. That's a really good question. I don't know the answer to in Syria. I mean, if it were a straight shoot in other words, if it weren't further split. Absolutely co Xs co ax. It's impeding might not match. So you might want to check to see what that antenna wants. So the resistance of the cable is, is a direct result of the gauge of the cable, and so you want to I if look in the box and see what the instructions say about what kind of cable you can hook up to it. If it includes that kind of cable, okay. Good. The other issue might be the splitters, because, of course, splitters attenuate the signal by splitting that cable. And then putting it down different things. So, you know, the best thing to do is try it. Okay. Yeah. It's one of those things, you know, the, the wife of San are you ever gonna take that thing out of the box? And yeah, I guess for the last, you know. I mean it should I mean it's just a all that co X is a copper wire leading from the intent to whatever you're putting that in ten into the house, you know, probably tuner of some kind so theory, it should work just fine. The only issue would be the amount of the impede and so that cable. You wanna make sure that it's if it's too much won't get much of a signal down at, and then the, the splits on the cable might impacted as well if you can go to the crawlspace, you know, depends where the splitters are there in the wall disconnect any, any, you know, cable drop, you're not using because the closer, you have to a straight shoot the better. But I would just try it almost certainly will work. It's only question of how well it will work. Well, you get a great signal or will you get a weak signal there. The chat room is saying and words, I don't understand. But I will repeat them as, if I do that it should be able to use these two different kinds of co ax RG fifty nine or r g nine. RG fifty nine is fine. RG six has lower loss for lower runs. There you go. So chances are it'll just work because it's copper, copper, you gotta copper line leading the only question is how, you know, they'll be interference or if the signal will be degraded a little bit. But it should work, which had like there is your g six solid cook quad shield action through free. If you could have that you're going to straight shoot right from the intensity into the house, that would be the best maybe got that you don't know. Okay. Ben your turn Leo LaPorte, the tech hyphen. Lille. I have a question for you, sir. I have I they Acis laptop windows. Running windows ten nice been getting those blue frowny faces blue frowny faces the blue screen of. His it happened all the time. How often you get, you know, nowadays windows, ten frowny faces are much less likely. But how often are you getting the Frank face? I sometimes my computer either, like when with, like one or two locations. Ankle, Simon screen, it will get it. And then I'll come back screen there. So it's almost certainly an issue with either hardware or a driver. And I'll say that, because the modern operating systems and this includes of course, windows, ten MAC OS to, if a program crashes, you won't get a blue screen of death. You'll just the program will go away. You might get error alert but, but you won't crash the operating system. The only thing that can cause a blue screen is something operating a very low level user, that's driver or hardware, if it's just sitting there try closing all your programs and just let it sit there if it's just sitting there that almost certainly means is a hardware area. Power supplies, flaky, maybe your ram that's hard to diagnose. Not likely to be a driver error because if you're not doing anything, right? But it could be it could be what we call a memory leak in a driver. So the other thing you could do is put in, you know, update, your drivers make sure that you've got the latest version of all your drivers. Three stop coats. That's, that's not useful. I'm sorry, they give you that as if it makes a difference. Nothing you can do with it, because it doesn't window when a computer crashes. It's, it's so stupid. It doesn't really know what caused the crash the reason you're getting those codes. Those are debugging codes that if you were the guy wrote the operating system, and you're the guy who wrote the program, and you knew exactly what was going on behind the scenes that Eric owed might help you debugging. But otherwise, no nothing much you can do with. It doesn't even tell you what crashed. What do they say? Just out of curiosity. Like. Right. Street enters or like critical down. Yeah. Thank you very much for the useful information. You're so helpful windows. You're basically saying you crashed. Wrong. Sorry. You can you can go. You can look, you can Google them. But those are so generic that's not gonna really tell you anything. So the only resign ask if you'd see if you saw driver name. You know, then maybe would definitely try to upgrade that drivers see if that was the issue. I think it's probably I think it's probably a hardware issue. So, for instance, I'll give you some for instances. If your power supplies, flaky like it's dying. Suddenly, the power drops briefly just enough. And then it comes right back, except that, that then causes something else, like your memory, not to refresh which then causes the operating system to go. I can't I I I just can't. And then it's throws up an error that says you're. I don't know. I was looking at the registry and something went wrong. So you're era doesn't say anything about the power supply? But in fact, that's what caused it. You see. I'm saying. Same thing if you if you have ram that's flaky, or not fully seated, you know go through everything. Did it just start happening now? It's been happening for a couple months now. Yeah, I just thought it was like one of those, like one time in once in a lifetime. Yeah, it's not it's not unusual. Have it once in a while? But if it starts happening again and again. So there is a Microsoft troubleshooter for blue screen errors. That's it's a support dot Microsoft dot com and it's tech article one four two three eight. I don't think he's going to be that helpful, but you could do it. You could run through it. It wouldn't you know, give you feeling of doing something. The problem is, as I said the error. May not give you information about what caused it might be something that was at the end of the cascade. Right. And these are those are really hard to diagnose it could literally be just a CPU timing error could be that, you know, so but they do they do give you some samples and they and they will walk you through it, and maybe it will help understanding maybe that maybe it'll give you place to look. Okay. But it could be overheating. I don't think it's overheating because the, the machines are idle when you're when you're when this happens. Right. You just do not using it. Well, I'll just be sitting there just like watching like who on chrome browser. Oh, without without anything else running. But no, that's running. That's running a lot that's working hard that could cause overheating, Erin and could be video could be video air. So I do think about what you're doing if you can make it happen. Then you could figure out what it is. You've got to be able to make it happen. We'll make the fans run at high speeds. Yes. When I absolutely it should make the fans that's to be like right before it happened, the phantom running, like super hunt. Yeah. Yeah. It's working hard. So it sounds like an overheating problem, actually. If if it always happens in the fans are running hard. It's definitely overheating problems. So you wanna make sure you've got good airflow through there. You don't have a bunch of dust. That thing is clean. Yeah. That's a so, yes. Watching video it. That's a lot of work. You're not doing anything you're relaxed. But your machines working hard whenever year those fans ramp up that means is getting hot and if it crashes when it's hot that's a, that's a thermal air. The problem is thermal era could be in a lot of components opponents, don't like to get hot including the power supply motherboard video card, but it could also be a memory leak in your video drivers, you know, it's it's impossible for me to tell you what's wrong go through. The trouble shooter will put Lincoln the show notes. But it's going to it's the kind of thing it's very hard to diagnose unless you can make it happen every time. That's, that's the one exception when you can make an error happen, every single time. That's a huge clue like if it's every time you're watching video and chrome big clue. Look inside if it's tower case look inside into clean it up could be Dustin there that does happen, these things happen. Our show today, brought to you by carbonite the premier data protection platform for business. 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The internet home theater, digital photography smartphone, smart watches apps. Augmented reality all that stuff eighty eight eighty eight. Ask Leo, the phone number. Eight eight eight two seven five five three six toll free from anywhere in the US or Canada outside that area still reach us just use Skype out. Call eight eight eight two seven five five three six back to the phones we go and stand in commerce, California. Hi, stan. Stand wheel. Yep. Welcome your me. Great. Stan, I have a I have what I call Dr USB port. Yep. I save all my relation okay. And it quit working, I get a light to says it's reading it, but it won't read it. So I'm wondering if you know play second stand that. These drives it was that your only copy of your data. Yes, sir. Well, some drivers a terrible place to rely on for your backup, let alone for your original. So. Because flash memory dies, and often when it's dead. It's dead is not recoverable. It is, I guess, conceivable in the best case scenario that what was not the flash memory in the USB drive. But the USB interface, sometimes those die. Flash memory dies, a lot more. But sometimes, those die, if you if you want to get it back, you can there are people you can go to who will do data recovery on it, but it's expensive. And for instance, in this case, they would need to have the identical USB some drive, take the chips out of yours put it in the identical drive, and see if they if that was what's wrong. But if it wasn't what's wrong, if it's just the, the flash memory in their often if that's failed, it's gone for good. There are ways to recover. Data from flash memory, and I said, recover because recover is one of those ways it is a program from seek cleaner. There's a free version, although almost always with these things if, if they could find stuff, they'll say, well, and that'll be fifty dollars but recovered does offer free, I believe free recovery. So that's one to try. There's another their number of these that do a very good job of recovering flash memory, so but try recover our EC UVA, if you Google it, you'll find it and see cleaners. Pretty good company. Honestly, though. When I when a flash drive dies on me. I throw it out. Because it's just not been my experience. That it's that it's recoverable these things die. And it is a very poor choice for backup, actually. It's not a poor choice for backup. If it's not your only copy, that's not backup though is that's the original. So it's a very poor choice for an original. It's a less poor choice. If you have an original on your internal drive, and then you're backing up to a fund drive because they both have to die. It's a decent choice. If you're backing up to two different kinds of devices, and that's the real rule on backup. I've, I've mentioned this many times, my friend, Peter Krogh made it up. It's called three to one backup and it's a good thing to keep in mind. Your data is not backed up unless there are three copies not one copy three copies and by copies. I mean, you know, not a copy of something but, but a three sets maybe that's a better way to use it three sets of that data. Sometimes we'll go. Well, I copied it. So I can delete the original 'cause I have a copy now. Well, you have a set you don't have really a copy because the once you delete, the original, it's not a backup anymore. It's the original. So you want the original plus two backups three sets. The two of this is onto different media, and that's because it's generally considered a mistake to rely on any one technology, like let's say USB drive. So it wouldn't be bad of USB drive. If you also had it on an extra external drive or some other place, actually, ideally, the third copy is, and this is the one off site, which could either be in the cloud on a cloud service, like Google Drive or one drive, or I cloud or at work on a hard drive. So three two one three copies. Two different kinds of media. So that doesn't mean take two different thumb drives, bring one to work. Two different kinds of media, at least and then at least one copy off site in case you know, there's a disaster. So in this case, you had one one nothing. You had one copy one original, you had it on him, one, medium, which failed and you had no off-site version, so you don't have a backup. I'm sorry. You can there are people who will do this, and you can search for it. Somebody's give me a link by zip code, from thumb tech dot com to flash drive. Data recovery near you. I tell you, my nervousness on all of this is. How reliable are these guys? And what can they actually do? But there are there are places. You can go that say I you know, and they've got reviews on here. So we'll put that thumb tack search result on the on the website, you'd put in your zip code will say, here's some people that can do it get a get a quote, because it's going to it's not cheap. It's not gonna be cheap. David Westlake village, California, Leo LaPorte the tech. Hi, david. Thank you for taking my call. Thanks for calling for you. So my nephew's got a birthday coming up that we want to gaming computer. So I went out, I picked up a Dell thirty six seventy with a I seven and it seemed to be right up, what he needed, minus graphics card. Right. So I went out and I picked up a n video sixteen sixty TI graphics card for them. Nice. You're a good augury. I try however it's gonna require a different power supply. Yeah. I would have warned you about that. Going good. Okay. I picked up a thermal takes seven fifty initially and getting to be a little expensive next time by gaming PC still have done all this work. I were white a bit cheaper because we got a real good deal on the initial awesome. Yeah, that's one of the problems with buying a quote, gaming PC. You're getting all the same hardware. And, you know, sometimes he's gaming PC's. They trick them out with LED lights and the flashing things in the winter. And then they charge you know, the up charge you because it's a gaming PC, so you're going to do the same thing. You just have to do the work, right? So the initial power supply, my go to plug it in and the motive board has a eight x and a secondary four pin AT ex that power supply didn't have that option. It only had the eight pin or at twenty four. So I returned it. I got the next model up, which has an eight penny. X and then it pig tails off to a second eight AT X. So I just wanna make sure before I powered up the eight pin and then take half of the secondary. Eight pin should have no issue with that. Yeah, a lot of times you can do that depends where the power pins are and all of that, but, yes, lots can do that. Okay. That was my big concern before I powered, they'll think you'll fry anything. But look at the Penn outs on the on both connectors and make sure you're not putting power on something that's data because that would fry it but as long as it's power power, it's expecting power on that pin. You're all right. It, it looked that way. Yeah, usually that's the way it is this is this is exactly why though again. Pre if it's prebuilt you don't have to this is this is crazy stuff you spent a lot of time on this. So I had two other quick questions about at the first one any issue with installing the PCI graphics card before initial boot up. Or should I put it up? And then powered down then install it after I've gone. In fact, it might be better to have the card in there, because boot up is the point at which windows decided with drivers and so forth, the load, so it might might be good idea. You may have to go into bias because now you have to video solutions you have a motherboard video, and you have graphics card video. Sometimes you have to specify in the bios which you wanna use. Okay. Okay. But then you should have drivers for both and they should automatically plug and play. That's one of the things when does does very well. And then the last question is, so it had it says it has twenty four gigs of ram. It says eight gigs of DDR ram, and then sixteen of octane. Oh, wow. And I had not heard of this is Intel's new three D ram? Good on you. What do you want to know about it? I just wanted to make sure because I hadn't heard obtained before I just want to sure that that's going to be sufficient enough. Where is that optimize, it on the on the on the motherboard or on the video card? Where's the opt-in? So it's an integrated video card. So the wave and I see it from looking at the motherboard it looks it looks like it's on the motherboard it may be using the obtain necessity. Sometimes they do that because it's non volatile. So it may be what you're booting to is the opt-in. Okay. Sometimes it's used that way to opt-in is three D effect. If you Google it, you'll see a three d. Memory technology that is sometimes used as Rams more often, I think uses solid, state storage. So probably what it's telling you is I have sixteen gigs of DDR ram. And then how much obtained it have. Sixteen of octane, and eight gigs of DDR. So the eight gigs will be the available ram the sixteen was probably being used as a cash for the hard-drive. Okay. So I wouldn't be negative thing upgrade that DR that. No. If you have slots, you definitely want sixteen in no more, right? Yeah. I just wanted to make sure that it needed that sixteen and the octane it seemed like pain was a secondary source but yeah, I don't think it's uses ram. I think it's used as cache to speed up the hard drive be my guess, you know, Intel created this thing, and it's kind of created a monster because. Just it's, it's nonstandard and you'll find it on Intel motherboards, obviously, that's what you've got it does require an Intel processor, and it's my understanding, it's mostly used exactly as I would guess it's on. It used on yours as cash ramp for hard drive. So it's like it's like a hybrid drive, but who knows it could be used as a hard drive as well. I I'm not sure how it's set up. See see what windows does. I'll definitely upgrade that DDR form them. Yeah. Yeah. Have fun. All right. I appreciate it. Pleasure. Your nice Oncle. That's a nice thing to do. When I bought when I wanted to get a gaming system for our sixteen year old, I, I, you know, I just want him gaming system. Because I just this is the last thing I want to have to figure out and the thing is you can't call anybody at this point except me because the all the companies will say, well, you have to ask the video card company, you have to ask the motherboard cub, there's too many people involved at this point, and they call pass the buck to one another. So really your you're the you're the, the tech support guy for the whole thing as you can. See, that's exactly what he's going through Leo LaPorte. The tech guy eight ask Leo more of your calls coming up. Leo LaPorte, the tech follow me. Actually. Don't follow me. I don't I got off social. No facebook. No instagram. I do have a Twitter. But I don't use it. I you know, I was hard. It's hard to kill an account with half is almost six hundred thousand followers. I just couldn't bring myself to do it. I probably should because it's a dumpster fire these things social media networks crazy. Their nightmares eight ask Leo. Let's go on to say Hello to Sherman, intestine, California. Hello Sherman halio. How are you longtime listener first-time caller? Thank you. Welcome. Glad you found us. Yeah. I am getting ready to go on a trip around the world. How you doing? Tell me. Oh, your backpacking around the world. Yes. And I'm looking at I have an iphone seven class and I'm looking do I get the pixel with fi. That'd be my first question is that my first answer? So the Google fi, which is Google's version of a phone company, rides on top of other phone companies. They don't have their own cell towers. They use T mobile sprints. And US is in the United States as you travel worldwide. They'll use T mobile they might use others as well. But the great thing about PHI is no matter where in the world, you are the data cost is the same ten dollars a gigabyte capped after six gigabytes. You don't pay any more so than cards. Yes. You'll have to Google Feis card. Yeah, but once I have that once you're traveling. No, that's your phone number. That's it now, phone calls, do change depending as you travel around, and it does not work in every country you should look at the list to make sure if you're traveling around the world, it's two hundred countries two hundred how many total to ten I did find a year ago when I was in Monaco, it didn't work there. Then I when I was there last year it did. So they added Monaco. Thing about Monaco, it's a mile from France in any direction, so, you know, or Italy on the other side. So, in other words, it's not gonna work everywhere necessarily it works. Pretty much everywhere I found the bandwidth was good. Now, you could also do T mobile, but T mobile will slow you down for data. So for no fee, they give you two g data and some cases, three g I. Go ahead. Can also possibly getting the Google pixel Chromebook. Yeah. As something to take work me. Yeah. That's a good idea. Because if you lose it, it's not a heartbreak. Yeah, but you to a lot with the I five or the I seven or any reason why upgraded. Oh, god. No. I five is overkill. Well, it's nice if you have an I five that's nice, but most Chromebooks are arm processors are not they're not, and even the ones that are Intel are usually lower end like atom processors. You must be getting it from Google. Yeah. Yeah. The as far as I know, the only company offers a real, I five and I seven and you pay for it. It's a thousand bucks. I don't think so, I wouldn't especially if you're traveling around the world, I'd get an Acer or something SM, you know, half the price that's going to be fine and won't break your heart if, if it gets damaged or lost. Okay. The last question VPN do I need to express UPS or something like that? That's a more difficult. One to answer. I'd say no. Because what? So sometimes people use VPN's in China to get around restrictions. But I think that's a good way to get arrested. So I would say, no just don't do anything you want to keep private. So it's kind of depends where you're going. If you're using a Chromebook and you're secure you don't probably don't need VPN. If you pens, what you're doing if you wanna have Google hangouts. Well, that's the thing. I mean, even if used a VPN if you're using a messaging service that's been compromised doesn't matter. So it depends how private you want to be if you're saying, I just want day-to-day hackers. I don't want them to get into my system. You gotta Chromebook. You're fine. That's pretty much it. I'm just gonna keep in touch with family friends, while I'm traveling. Yeah. So okay, so use a VPN to send Email. Well, guess what the minute, it goes out of the VPN. It's the it's flying through the air in the clear, anyway. And maybe your Email providers been compromised to and at cetera et cetera et cetera. So APN is is really protection for some specific situations. Like your I if you're on a Chromebook Doni more about. Okay. You get a cheap Chromebook Google. Without a question is the best is what I use for travelling? I have a Google FAI phone at all times for that very reason. Can I court my current number do I have? Sure. Can you sure can? So you'll have the same number. You'll be I mean last month. My Google fight by phone, though, was thirty bucks Google fi because they don't charge if you know for the only for us. It starts at twenty bucks. Ten bucks a gigabyte after that. If you don't use a lot of data and it's internationally found it to be very good better than T mobile because I always carry a T mobile phone as well. It's a little faster in general. The other thing is, you'll find there's wifi everywhere. Yeah. And, and you're going to end up going the reason you want. Bandwidth, you want data is like Google maps, a work when you're lost in the city, but when you're going to, you know, stay in touch, or surf the net, you're going to go to coffee shop, anyway, they'll have wifi. Does the five phone has like hot spot where I can say laptop at works, the chrome OS beautifully? Yep. Perfect. Well, I appreciate all the year your spend a year or longer. Man. So have you been saving up to do, this is how you did it? Yeah, I'm in my late sixties, and it's time out at. Oh, you're. So this is me in a few years is what I'm hearing here. I wanna do this. Are you going by yourself? Yeah. Backpacking a kid. Are you gonna stay in hostels? Sometimes, sometimes hostile sometimes rooms Airbnb. This sounds like a great way to, to stay young. No, I'm trying to. That's for sure. I, I am so impressed. I would love to do this. Twenty four and I've always been kind of jealous. Yeah. Yes. What kids do? Nice. I think it's a good kid. You're going to you're you're going to have such experiences and adventures. And it's going to be hard times. But it's gonna be great. Jealous man have a great time. All right. Take care. Thank postcard. All right. Bye-bye that is awesome. So jealous two laser Leila port. The tech eight eight ask Leo, the gives was dick DeBartolo coming up with some wacky Gizmo. Or gadget he collects them just a few minutes. But first Ralph in Altoona PA. Hello, ralph. How you doing, awesome? How are you? Oh there. What can I do for you? Yes, my question is, I've got a Dell desktop computer. It's running windows. And I just got an a few months ago, and I was sitting in the room there, where I have it and I put it to sleep. And I was on the other computer reading some articles and I heard the, the hard drives spinning up on that thing was asleep. And it it doesn't do it all the time. It's periodically. Yeah, it's probably getting your Email or something. What's I probably get your Email? You're saying. Oh, yeah. You probably have stuff running in the background. It's pretty normal computers when they're sleeping. Are not necessarily fully asleep, especially recently they've made computers with a heartbeat. That continues, occasionally processes will run things like Email look at your Email. Look at what do you, do you use outlook or something like that for Email? Or do you just use the web? No, I get my Email through my provider. Okay. So it's not that then because that would, if did you, you leave any programs opener, you close everything when it went to sleep. Once in awhile, leave something open windows, itself, does stuff to, you know, goes out is if there's new files to index the index might go out and check windows update once in a while, you know, it's not computers. Have a deep rich inner life. You shouldn't assume just pick as sleeping that is not doing anything. Are you worried that there's somebody on your system where on it or something's going on like that? You know, is somebody accessing that thing that I don't know about tell you, what did I, I turned the turn the modem I got a BS L motive loss and quit. Yeah. Because almost always win. It's doing something. It's doing it on the internet. All the things I mentioned, it would it'd be going online. It's going out. It's going out on the net. Doing some. Yeah. Yeah. You, you can't check your task scheduler actually. There's even more sophisticated tools. Microsoft offers free, one called process, explorer, and see what's going on. You could keep the windows activity monitor running, and just see, you know, when it it's waking up and doing things generally, I understand your concern, I do. Because nowadays stuff gets on people's systems, and in fact, might be doing something in the background, but it's not necessarily. It's not unusual to have windows periodically. Macro as periodically spin up do something. And then go back to sleep. But if you're worried if you're worried about that. You normally you'd see other kinds of behavior that would look suspicious. But if you're worried about that you could download process explorer, it's a part of Microsoft's, SIS internals key, and it, it will downloads. It's a small download and it will tell you things, what things are running in the background, you'll be actually amazed but will also show it will also show you CPU access and disk access, and you could see the exact time and you could see who was doing it. Okay. Let me ask you this. I just came to mind. I put Morton VPN on there that could be doing it. Well, let me ask you this. If I turned Norton VPN on. And it stops doing that. What, what would that tell about than nothing? From the point of view of your system. The VPN is handling all internet access. It's still it's still able to access outside world. Okay. That's more or less privacy. Yeah. Although it could very well be Norton. That's doing it. Okay. Never thought of that. Absolutely. Absolutely. So I would I you know, it's not a bad idea. This is probably a useful thing, everybody to know. It's not it's kind of a higher end geek tool, but it is free for Microsoft. It's not hard to use. And I think you'll you can look at the activity, you know, if you do it control all delete, you'll see you could see what the activities are, but this gives you a little bit more granular look at what's going on. And it'll show you, you know, a time line of this Gak says, is, and CPU excesses. You get a little graph, so you could see who's accessing, what win and that'll might put your mind at ease. And if you see stuff you really don't know what is that? By the way, hackers do not name Mauer with scary names, most of the most of the time, they'll name them things that look like their windows processes, so you know, but, but you'll get an idea of what's going on. You know, the thing I guess, the takeaway is. Normal for windows to do stuff, when it's, you know, idol, but it's also not unreasonable to say, well, I wanna know what's running on my system. So if you care about that, then look at process explorer. Could I ask one more question? Certainly I bought a an HP wireless printer. Got a laptop. Okay. It's windows, seven, now, I installed, the, the HP software on the laptop, and I can broadcast or whatever you wanna say a test, page Senate tax payers. Yep. Yep. Yep. It'll do that. But it won't print anything out. Okay. That is annoying. Isn't it? So you know, you can talk to it, you know, you could see the printer but you just can't print to it. I mean you can only test pitch that sounds. So that means that something is broken in the printer driver that the spoilers not working or something like that. I would uninstall completely uninstall the printer driver windows, does this oughta Mattingly, maybe not installing the best stuff. Go to HP dot com. Get the driver for your version of windows, and your specific printer install it by hand and it's something broken prince is broken or something like that. The test pages, easy, because it's just really sending a signal to printer saying, print, your test page. All of it comes from the printer. What's not working is you sending actual printing data from your computer so you do have a network connection, but you but whatever's spooling out the data to the printer's, not working that to me sounds like a print driver issue. Yeah, I tried to try to pronounce PDF files. It just would not work, and I thought, well, maybe the pedia or something going on with the PDF file. So I just took a regular text files still wouldn't Br I always opened up with always open up notepad and types of, and no good, because that's as simple as it can be. And if it won't print for no ped- then. Yeah, just reinstall the driver. And I would get it for me. Instead of using the default windows, provided, it sounds like it, it may have missed installed. You know, and not for not fully install its parts. The eight you'll notice when you when you download the driver from HP there's a lot of parts HP people. It's a lot of stuff on your system, including maybe, you know, stuff you'll never use. But at least you know, you'll have a complete set of, of drivers that should help. Whenever you know, I'll give you a little IT secret. Your IT guy will tell you this whenever you call the IT department. And you say something about your printer. And they I put you on hold a swear up a storm. Then once they come down. They take you off a hold. And they say. Have you restarted your computer if they're saying that to you, if that's happening to you? Just laughing behind your back the IT department hates printer problems. I hate printer problems is a million things that can go wrong. Eight last Leo our show. Thank you, to Damian big peewee, our musical director, our show, wouldn't happen without him on the other end doing whatever he does stuffing my words down the pipe. Thank you. Big big p we appreciate it. And of course, without your calls and, and the fabulous Kim Scheffer answering your calls. I couldn't do show. So I thank you, all of you for helping me do this program, dick DeBartolo. The Gizmo is coming up, and then we'll wrap it up prime time for one or two. More calls before we go home, Leo LaPorte, the tech. Look at my friend. It's our disco guy, dick DeBartolo, man, magazines maddest writer, and our kids mo- wizard here. He is from beautiful downtown Disney. Land exactly Star Wars ride Gisneyi land, just Myra. Push you around on a little chair. Got wheels on the office chair. That's it. Lucas letter on the wall. So that that's pretty much. Yeah. Yeah. George Lucas liked your Star Wars parody did. Yeah. And his voice didn't. So that's that was the that's the fun. But in the long run George said it's. Okay, right. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Well, he, he hit us on and said, should be kademi, what for me and what Drucker. And then it was three days late. At the lawyers said you can't do that. Did you just send them a copy of the gains the publisher, what are you going to do? And he said, give me magic marker. He wrote across the lawyers led a g George liked it. Oh, and then you never heard from them again. Never again. See, I think that happens a lot of times, because we every once in a while apple get mad at me or whatever pulled out our video on YouTube or whatever, because we show apple content. And, and I honestly think it's just some guys a lawyer, apple hired they'd probably forgot they're paying him. Yeah. I think they sit around all day gonna do. Yeah. Can we harass if you're paying people if you've got a whole building full of lawyers, they gotta do something? Yeah. So dick, you always bring us such fun stuff. What are you? Yeah. Well, this might be something for you. Okay. Now, this is a high end gadget. So I was invited as you look at the price and say, this is something for Leo. No, I looked at what it does. Okay. Good. I look at it what it does. Okay. So it was a Bose event. No, it's going to be another. Maybe another noise reduction headphone while it was except it was very funny because after the demo before the demo they have a little area with food, and I set next to this gentleman, I said, are you hit a see the bows, and he said, no, I'm the head engineer for the product that you're seeing? So what it was. He was saying all the time, we've been concentrating on reducing the noise four the person wearing the headphones the wireless. Right. But we haven't thought till now reduced the noise that's going to go into the phone call. He's making or if he's doing instructions to his virtual assistant. Oh, so this new headset has eight microphones for them for noise. That's a round. You two of them for noise. That is directed toward the Mike's you're going to speak in and two more that can shift function depending on with noises worst. So you still get the traditional noise cancelling the jet engine. Whatever exactly exactly people sitting next to, you won't hear echo talking to you. Well. It's better than that. So he says, let's call somebody, it's a noisy Starbucks so they call somebody and it's a Bose guy. Yes. And then he says, you know, if you want to go to the window, and you'll see a guy in the back waving. That's where he is. He's in that I don't know how they found the hotel with the Starbucks across the street where you could look into window is that guy has to sit. For somebody to call. Yeah. Joe Joe's like the low. Man of the totem pole Joe. I got a great assignment for you. We're gonna call you. A report is going to call you every twenty one minutes. Okay. You have to tend to be excited to talk to them. Yeah. So he I talked through the Bose QC thirty five to which is their latest model. Okay. And, and you can hear a lot of the noise. Yes, then he shifts over because it's pad to compare the two different bluetooth, vices. Then you talked to him over the bow seven hundred and it's quiet. I would say their noise is about seventy five to eighty percents, redo we've seen noise canceling headsets for phone used a lot of truckers use the blue parrot for instance. Yes. Very good job. So this is for somebody who wants to be listening to music, obviously, not while you're driving. But, but also wants to use it as a as a headset for phone. Exactly. Yeah. Or what talking to your virtual assistant, for example, in another room. A guy read eight facts off a giant monitor, and then we had a monitor hooked up to the seven hundred and to the, the Bose QC thirty five and we could see the translator ogling, Gary was because it was so easy. Yes. And Sarah got every fact, correct. And the other one got some of the facts, but a lot of things that didn't make any sense at all as it was being translated, so they certainly have put some time and effort into this now, again, it, it's not incredibly inexpensive, but I do a web search on the top ten headphones like it's at seen it, most of them off three hundred fifty to four hundred dollars, and that's where the Bose. Seven hundred is gone to come in at the three ninety nine basically four hundred dollars. It's not out till the end of the month, and it is beautiful. The guy said it took a very long time to design because we couldn't take headsets. We had and just improve them. This is stainless steel it has, I think he said of friction bearing track. So the, the cups can slide up and down the stainless steel holder, so that there's no rods that extend it is really beautiful, looking how much again four hundred bucks ninety nine expensive is that's even more expensive than the, the QC's, right? Yeah. The QC's is three hundred and fifty dollars. Oh, all right. Those are pretty expensive. The Bose seven hundred eight microphones eight knows reduction microphones. Now what you could do if you want. I am not buying these. What you okay. No, I just shout louder. I'm. What you what you could if you wanna find out more about these go to Dicks website because he's got all the information plus links at kit's wiz dot biz GI's e w is E dot B is e gays wiz dot biz. While you're there play the what the heck what that what, what, what the heck is it contest. Closeup picture of gives more gadget if you can identify it. You're in the running for six autograph mad. Magazine's get it wrong. You're in the running for twelve craft bed magazines. That's just how dick runs his life. Yeah. Stupidity pay. That is lots of other fun stuff including Dick's, great weekly podcast. He does it. Nice. Video podcast with Chad Johnson called the gays wiz coincidentally at dot TV thank sticky. Thank you, sir. I'll see you next week. Get get that Myra. Disneyland ri- going like. I might get in line for it. Okay. The line waiting. And gives me land is mazing Justin mazing time is up. I'm sad to say I don't think I have enough time to get to another call. We're going to wrap things up, but I will be back next time. I hope you will, to remember the website tech guy labs dot com has everything we talked about when I mentioned a site, or a link or a product. We put links up there, thanks to James Ruvo's right in that all down. We also put audio and video after the show up there. So if you miss a show, you can catch up, or you could just listen to me talk to you. If you're on the show that website is free. There's no sign up tech guy labs dot coms, even got room for your comments. If you have a better idea you wanna yell at me do it there. Tech guy labs dot com. I'm Leo LaPorte. The tech guy thanks for being here have a key. Well, that's it for the tech guy show for today. 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8/18/20 Teacher's refusal to go back to work.  DNC.

The Mark Belling Show

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8/18/20 Teacher's refusal to go back to work. DNC.

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I hate days like today I just hate days like today I could handle nuclear war better than days like today I could get. You agree with that don't you minor has days with minor hassles all they are way worse than like terrible tragedy, right? You don't agree with that. You agree with that. What. Well just they just think of day in which you had ninety seven little problems and nobody did nothing got done the way that you ought to do and then think of an actual horrible day which which one is worse for you to handle. The horrible day is worse I I can handle the horrible day. Yeah I. Know that better, let me introduce the stupid show that I'm doing here. Good afternoon Milwaukee this the mark belling late afternoon show. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. There probably things that are bothering you today. Is there anything bothering you today? Will. Say now that like I say there are probably some people that are really act that I able to handle that in stride. I'm able to handle that in stride. I have made a decision. Everybody always has a last straw. I have a last Straw. Today was my last draw. We talked a lot about that the last straw that's just a great analogy to because whatever you do something in life, it's never like the first thing that bothers you or something or another you put up with something you put up with something you put up something you put up with something you put something it finally he just say that's it and that last thing that shoves you over the top. People say, well, why did you do it? Like. I once broke up with a woman after she hit the wrong kind of fries I. But I explained that that was the last draw at all I got was crap and people's at that's not the reason. I. Did it. It was just like the last they were at finally I just decided that has to do that has to be the end of it. I'm done with direct TV V. Dot I. Am D. O. N. E. DOT. The I I have the last draw a you know it's just the last Straw. Blessed Paul apparently discombobulated over the fact that the butts apparently are going to win the NBA Championship. They got crushed this afternoon by Orlando and the first playoff game. It's not over yet, but it's over I. Mean if you watch that Eddie gave was never any chance that there is going to be a spark. That said they read. For th and so so Paul's already making his excuses and rationalizations say, well, this wasn't a real championship anyway had it wasn't going to be a real thing. The one thing I will say is. Teams often will lose game one of a playoff series in any number of sports still bounce back to win. I do think however the fact that. The bucks have employed for this game for weeks given the fact that their first games in the extended season, the bubble didn't matter. They have no real excuse for coming out and laying in egg to Orlando as I've been telling people. It is weird. They'RE PLAYING ORLANDO I? mean. I don't know that you can say it's home court advantage because there's no fans there but it is a little weird plague all of the Games in the same city that the other team is actually from now they aren't going home there in the bubble to, but it is a weird thing. Anyway, the bucks are in the process of I think is the game over right now it's it was within seconds last I check. Yeah. They lost by twelve fourteen points something like that and. From what I was watching the game, it was just they couldn't make a shot and the defense was that the lackluster edits jaanus against the world and The. Just wasn't. The Big Three. There was no real support or anything. You Know Brooke Lopez's who is making all those shots in the extended season. COULDN'T I? Swear he couldn't made a dunk of nobody was guarding up today. So that is what it is the bucks. He kicked a chair over. Brook Lopez's kicked a chair over and frustration over you know make it every three point shot he threw up when the Games didn't matter but they went into the bubble and then not be able to make anything and then he I didn't see him kick over a chair I was kicking over a chair every time I had to deal with with with direct TV. So that was more on my thing. I try I told you the last stride happened. It's over the last straw I'm not one that says the last straw, but there's really five straws left. There are people like that I'm told others like that. That mother's like they'll say that that's it to the kid and then Later, on I. Paul. Says that's tough. Talk that that is a common thing with mothers that she'll say that's the ended. No I normally one that what I make a decision. I can't say I've always done that with women. But. Usually, I will tell you this if you break up with somebody. And you go back a second time and you try to make it work the second time around it is always a disaster. I have never seen that not bad be a disaster. You'll know anything about this because you've been married for fifty seven years. You broke up with your wife wants you came back together well, then that would disprove that. Maybe. It's better put that if you break up the first time and then you break up the second time, the second break-up is worse than if you had just left it stay broke up the for I've because I never actually given the fact that I didn't get buried. That means that ever relationship that I've had ended up being broken up at some point I made sometimes it's mutual, but that's still a break-up. Right. I, mean, if you're not married that means you've done nothing but break up I mean. Somebody could die but yet. But other than that, I mean, if you're not married, basically every relationship is broken up, is that an accurate statement or not? Short if somebody dying or. I suppose you could move. What does it or you just never when? Well, like all millennials just never went on a dating your entire life they've never broken up with anybody. All they ever do is hang out. So there's nothing ever to break up with. Dakhla we're doing all of our millennial segments we heard from. So millennials many millennials as the why That was at all the women blame the man and all the men blame the women, the guys all told me that we don't. We don't want to date these women don't like them. They're all like men. There's nothing feminine about them. There's nothing attractive about they're all you know and the women would all tell me the same thing to the guys are all Williamson Wusses I want somebody like my father I want somebody who's a real man and these guys are all just sissies. Well, I see what the to have in the end result of this is there's no was going to say there's no kids in the schools but even if the millennials are having kids, there'd be no kids in the school because the schools keep canceling out. Let's get into the program here. But before I do that because everybody's complaining that I took to lie about the words yesterday. Another words are they. Says late summer cash cod tests the last time I said, we're GONNA have a winter today we didn't. So I'M NOT GONNA. Make any claims today. I got to leave early today I got to beat the crap out of the Democratic National Convention. I it's. It is actually weird. There's actually fewer people I'm not making this up. There are fewer people down there. That if there wasn't a convention. Because they of put up a little bit of a mini bubble but there's nobody actually they're. They're kind of in the Convention Center. There's nobody out. There's nothing there I mean you probably can't go right to third Wisconsin maybe a cad. I drove past the FI. It's the Pfizer Pfizer supposed. To. Be. You. You would have thought that there'd be like something instead all there are you got the plane fly around with the aborted baby fetal parts. They got a bunch of people walking around with signs but other than that. There's nothing there's more activity when. I mean, you know frankly he's riots were way bigger bigger bigger deal that this was but the way where is frank right now is he made it into Ohio. Last. He heard you know He. You know that whole thing about getting arrested in Indiana. You know that that was put up job right. I mean, he was here. I'll people people gonNA complain now that you said you're going to do the magnitude should just do the word issue they drag it on even look I love dragging it out. You just live for that. I got nothing going on in my life. This is my thrill. His thrills. Worse than by his are, he gets to get on the riding mower and cut the grass me. I drive people crazy by putting the word out there we're both delayed words combined age one, hundred, seventy, five years. Old Of this is finally be worse. They could on ninety in the nursing home and that'd make you what ninety four think about I don't want to be in the same nursing home as you why I'd still try to boss you around the you say, I don't have to do that anymore. That would be it. You got a baby because baby you'd have you'd be like all Joe Biden and losing your marbles maybe you'd think you still had to do the things that I was telling you deal like by told you go photocopy of paper or something or other you go to do it That's not going to be any good. You'll have like better room in there too that I will because you've seemed to have some more money, you might be blow it all your money now on these writing Moore's and all that though. The word for this hour is family. Fam. Family. John, email from somebody a couple of days ago saying I should go onto youtube and watch reruns of all in the family you won't believe they got away with those days. The weird thing is that was a liberal show and it would be liberals crazy I mean the the all the words that Archie bunker throughout the fund that they made a thing and the show was actually supposedly from a liberal perspective. What yeah I mean well. The people I except. By today's standards meet at, it'd be a right winger because of how lefty the world has gotten debate. To the to the point that archie could not say the things that he said in the show now I mean he would be. Big cancel the show after five minutes. I'm serious they would. Family, you have until four PM to text in family two, hundred, two hundred to get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio. Info Standard Data and message rates apply the station by kind of snow on the on the whole box thing it'd be nice if they won the championship but if they lose the first round, we have a built in excuse was screwed up season in the whole thing didn't mean anything in the end and who is paying any attention anyhow. So that this actually sort of works out doesn't Anyway. Rather. Than Wander off in a ninety seven thousand different directions. I mentioned that comment about the schools and let's start there at this point because I do have one of these umbrella themes for the program. I've been commenting. Really throughout this whole corona. Virus. Situation. But. None of this is sustainable. These decisions that we're making and I keep asking and I know that maybe people are put off but I put it this way. WHAT'S THE END game? WHAT'S THE END game? WHAT'S THE END game? And what I'm referencing is this. All of these organizations that are canceling things or schools that aren't holding classes or either saying put the masks on. Or just come up with all the different restrictions and rules that are in place. What is the process by which you get to the point and say? We're done. Go back to normal. I like to figure things out. It's one of the things that I try to do. And I like to see the light at the end of the tunnel. There was one thing that I stated several months ago, and as you know I always try to correct myself now I don't mean correct myself but I'm Wrangham up misspelling stating a word or some little nitpicky thing that the audience said what I talk about here's what I think is going to happen and it doesn't. I try to correct myself on that because. Those are the things that you learn from the most when you're wrong about something you learn more. Than when you're right about something because what you're brag about something, it means that you had an idea of how something was going to play out and your Rodrigue. What you have to take the new information. Let's for this thing you were right about one of the things that I said I guess it was late April early. May. Ish somewhere in there. That I thought that the bounceback in terms of returning to some sense of economic normalcy would be quicker that it was because I looked at all of these books, all the big cities are run by lefties. And I just couldn't fathom the zeal and light footed Chicago. And the whole lot of them. We're just going to sit there and preside over at the destruction of their economies. I couldn't fathom that new. York. Would shut things down to the point that numerous corporations who just say we're never going to return to our office buildings that you would allow Broadway to be shuttered for months that you would allow restaurants to be shuttered for months that the whole. Of New York is that they have all of these things and by keeping them close as long as they did clearly be killing a lot of them off and York therefore is left way weaker than it was before likewise was Chicago. The strength of the State of Illinois is that incredible economic backbone of downtown Chicago under the most vibrant downtowns really in the world. Beautiful Straits incredible shopping district. Major. Tourist Center on the lakes some of the best restaurants all the things that we think of, for Chicago. Yet, they got the Kobe thing and the get everything lockdown nobody said to come into work the restaurants who wrote closed, etc.. And it just seemed debate that. This is the one thing liberals have. That's worth something they've got vibrant don't towns. It's the only thing liberals have that's worth a hill of beans right? They're not possibly stupid enough to give this up. Why would they do that? It's not of their own interest to let it go to hell but look at down her Chicago they've let it go to hell they not only have not reopened anything. They've allowed rioters to destroy it. And in most of these big cities, the people that are still trying to shut everything down, you know it's the liberals that are in charge of them. It's suburban and rural areas that have tried to open things back up New York City is still I mean they've got restaurants open, but it's still very restricted. Broadway, still closed. You can't you can't get all the things, the tourist attractions, the museums have slept there ninety nine percent closed just about all the reasons that people would have to go to New York, the major office buildings almost all the employers. Continue to have people work at home New York City. If you take a look at any of those live camera videos that are out there just you'll see a few cabs that's it. These normally gridlock straits. Let's Brag about that. So I get back to where I am now. What's the end game on all this? They can't possibly be of the opinion that the way we're living now is going to be the way that we live for the rest of our lives. We have to wear masks for thirty, years. That there will never be any in-person schools in any of the big cities already liberal areas. That will never go to sporting event I get. That, there will be no Broadway that live music concerts will never again exist. That people who work in head of office type settings, office towers, Milwaukee Chicago, New York, all those big office buildings that they'll be empty forever. The can't possibly plan the that's that this is a permanent situation. Now some people have said well, they'll just after the election is over, this is all just screw up trump once the election is over whether trump windsor trump loses that'll be the time at which it maybe that's the case. Maybe that is the add game. Maybe, they just magically snap their fingers that but that presumes that doing all of this is actually damaging trump as opposed to creating a backlash against liberals I don't know if it is it is it. So at this point at which now months into. Corona virus. Throwing the riots in between. Were still in the situation in which we are spinning our wheels. And most of the things people have done in the past they're still not allowed to do. Now I've. Noticed and I've commented. That on many of these things, there's never a criteria established as to. When they're going to resume the activity. Normally in life, we establish things like that. All right we're going to go back and we're GONNA start up such and such when this happens. They don't ever give you that answer. It's this vague stuff. It's switching and going back and forth. Now last night, the Mac want Deans Ville School Board. Reversed its earlier decision to the earlier decision was they were going to start by having in person classes. Five days before the beginning of the school year, the school year was supposed to start next Monday, the school board. Best Bet last night five. Working days the school board voted last night to not open the schools they're going to go off virtual. The parents are freaked out that got like, no notice I'd this. Now clearly, what happened here is the teachers widened cried they got a bad school up there. Most of the school board members have no more ability to say, no to a teacher that. Like the eighty year old guy who marries a twenty year old woman doesn't she says, she wants to have buddy. You know guys like that. Both say well, let's say like who is the woman that died that married the old guy? She was a big. Anna Nicole Smith like I'm guessing every time. She has the old guy for money he gave everybody right? That's part of the deal. She you give her money edge you get the claim that you're buried where that isn't that how that sort of works. Try that I get to be eighty I'd married Mary some twenty or you know you know the reason to do that just hack hack people off you know that tax people off does It hats off women more that off bed like if you've got to be eighty, you ditched your wife at buried twenty year old I don't think I'd be hacked off about it. I'd roll by is that I wouldn't be hacked off about it. You would be hacked off while your wife would be hacked. She'd be really hacked off your children to be hacked off but like other women that really they really hate that when they. Really old guy with a young woman if you notice that they hate that. Yeah I bid you what your high five sorta. Roll your eyes what fool this person's making themselves. Well. That's the eighty year old guy with the twenty year old wife that school boards and teachers they just can't say no to the teachers once the crybaby teachers back one said they didn't want to come back in the school board decided to take a dive in the parents and furious. The way this is being played out over the United States. Is with, almost. With. Almost without exception. Geneva Analytic Business Solutions Cabs a twenty twenty Washington Post. Top workplace is looking for professionals like you in the greenbelt. Maryland area to join its team cabs specializes in engineering it for federal agencies and offers a competitive benefits package and an appreciation for work life balance does this sound like a good fit for you your career their mission, fulfill the mission, and apply for your next career move today visit C. H.. E. N. E. G. ABS DOT COM to learn more. 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Almost everybody's planning to open up. The closer. You are to the city of walkie the more that they're either at a hybrid or shut down altogether for example Oak Creek City machi shutdown Oh creek just announced that they're gonna stay shutdown Greenfield is staying shutout mec wanting still staying shutout. But you get a little bit farther away and most of them are planning to open up or open up a hybrid fashioned were some we you have the option of either online or in person. But even with that variation. As a general rule, the parents are significantly in favor of getting the kids back to school and the teachers are significantly opposed to going back into the classes. And what you're seeing is In the more liberal the area is the likely. The school board is decide with the teachers and not. With the parents. Even communities like say backward where the parents are rather affluent. And where the school district, which is seen declining enrollment for years and back lot as a community that has suffered over that because. The birth rate is. Lower in affluent areas that it is in poor areas. The case for log dodd. The just aren't many six fast families six kids in Wad and with the baby boomers not having kids the school district has an enrollment declined and declined and declined and declined and declined declined see you wouldn't think that they'd be in a position to just screw the customers even more. Push comes to shove okay a teachers widening complain, and so what but school board members have a very hard time when a teacher winds complain saying well, what we care if you're whining and complaining our parents want us to be in school, we're going to be in school. You don't like it quit and go get a job and grafted or somewhere else at you think grafted his opening and I. It's been as I've commented the audience will I'll comment on a specific case here and there when something comes up this that and the other thing it is almost impossible to keep tabs on all of them other than as a rule. The farther away you are Milwaukee, the likely are that they're going to be going back into class again is. There's exceptions that's the best. We have a describe and it's the ones that are sort of on the fringe where it becomes the greatest controversy. Greenfield a little bit of a distance away old creek a little bit of distance away back, quite a little bit of a distance away, and that's where the Patriots are most furious that the school districts. In each case they gave the impression they were going to open, and also in every one of these cases, they set out these surveys, the parents. And everyone of the communities that I mentioned the parents overwhelmingly supported going back to class. No one of the questions that I'm getting of all the things that have happened you people's every now and then people a crab about the mask acquire but. I just tell you in terms of the feedback. I get fifteen times more complaints about the schools close than about having to wear masks fifteen to what I'm not saying nobody complains to be out the mass thing. I'm just saying every day. For instance, if let's just say school district x votes not to open I'll get seventy five emails in that community for people that are just furious and they turned to me because they don't know who else to turn to. They can't turn to their school board members. They don't know really you can't ask any other outside entity. There's nobody who can force the schools of the baby a court order. To come in and actually hold classes you can't blame it on Eve eve was thought by many that he would issue a statewide order to close the schools he didn't. This is all at the local community and all with the local school boards now. The point that I keep getting over and over and over from people and I'll answer it is why did they give us the surveys if they weren't gonNA, follow the results. Now I. Believe I. Know What the answer is. Do you think you think you know what the answer is? We'll. But then why did they do the survey? We'll be at the Abbot, but you don't do the survey if you're going to do the opposite of what the survey tells you. Know. That's it. I think they thought the parents were going to say, no, don't send my kids to school whenever somebody takes a survey they're doing it because they're trying to get. This is what they do with the school referendums. They asked the question in a way that they get everybody to say, yeah let's go to a referendum. I think they're very surprised that the parents said send their kids to school. That's what I think I. Think they thought that the parents had be all freaked out that little Jimmy is going to get sick from the coal own don't go back to school. Because this survey with these surveys were almost every community around here. And they got thrown for a loop when the results came back it's lopsided. Is they word that they wanted to have the kids back in school? Now on my whole thing with the endgame. The parents have more to lose than the teachers. Let's imagine you're a thirty, four year old teacher. And you don't go into the classroom for two years in thirty six while. So what you lost two years of teaching experience and they probably kept paying anyway. For a period of a kid who's eight two years from now that kid is head. That's two years that kid wasn't a school. So. You can certainly see why the parents are taking this more seriously than the people who that the school boards and the teachers are they don't seem to care at all about the parents but the parents our understanding I think back to what I was a kid. Let me tell this story. This is a good word. As opposed to some of the stories which I read. Good. I, mean everybody knows the all the get the faster. The years go by you've finally picked up on this. Have you. You're nodding why can't see there's a big glare there you're nodding. Well. Yeah. Well, you're you do it like that like a bobble head you barely moved your head I did see you do anything. Think back to like when you were in the third grade. Can you remember the third grade? Vaguely. I remember it firmly, you remember your teacher. You don't. None. Well, why you they all blended together I'd. Say well no I they were different. I mean especially that in my era that was the started taking that they used to have the habits we didn't even see their hair once they took those off you can see their hair it gave them more of an individual personality. What kind of nuns the you have remembered Franciscan Dominicans Franciscans Dominicans. Well they all had almost all the things that you don't remember what order they were. The Dominicans were white. was by the Franciscans were often black and white summer browse probably print probably Franciscans the all black they didn't have a little white crown kind of thing they have they had that. Yeah. Well sister now that your third grade teacher. The principal Paul does it remember this is screwing up my point I wish I hadn't brought him in the point that I was going to make as I think back to what I was in the third grade and I think about let me get. Like the. From from the beginning of third grade and fourth grade that took for. A school year back when you were a kid was a long time. I mean I could probably remember five six seven different things from one particular year. Now One year. Guy Is fifty, two years old between fifty, two and fifty three that's were. It takes no time whatsoever. But when you're a child each of those years, you don't get those back. That I'll use the example of fifty two. There's not much difference in a person's life when they're fifty two or fifty three, but there's a difference in a child's life between eight of their not. And you take away an entire year of that school of them. That's a major ramification in that child's life for the parent is going to feel at the Boe's. Then the hall. And I get this with all the time to. Mark. You would not believe how much of a turmoil this is putting our family's life in the people that are able to handle it. The best are the ones who have apparent whose job is now at a work at home mode, for instance, a lot of our. Employees here who are in sales and so on a wins center still working at home now, they still have to go onto the street and do some calls, but they'd probably work mostly out of their homes if you have a job in which you're working remotely. It's probably easier to pull this off. Let's imagine. Dad's auto mechanic and mom's nurse's aid. The is supposed to do. Day Care I guess us. But these are families that offered weren't spending money before daycare. Now with birthday have three kids. Again the teachers don't care about that. You think the average teacher cares that they are terribly inconveniencing some of these families. Do you think the average school board member cares? No they vote. So, this brings me back to where I started this point, which is, what's the endgame How do you play this out at which you decide to pull the plug? Like I say maybe it can just magically say we'll come up with some reason after the election and say, okay now it's time to get it back in. This is all just a and camped with screw up America as much as possible because America's screwed up, somehow trump will get the blame which might be there the entirety of their thought. But. If it's anything beyond that. What's the scenario for the resumption of life? What what's going to be different? In three weeks and five days and seven weeks and weeks and weeks. I don't over the virus numbers are going to be in December nor does anybody else there's a lot of theories and some are interesting but none of us know. Part of me thinks that the virus numbers will be down in December part of me thinks worse. We know in general in our part of the country the colder weather gets the sicker people get because everybody's just thinking that your kid everybody's sniffling and December January? February. Just kind of the way things are. Supposed to be thanks the more the people are inside and so on. The more easily transmitted this thing is a debate. And the virus numbers will be higher than they are will be higher in December than they are. Now in another part of Beacon, make the case that we're moving in this gradual slow motion move toward herd immunity that way more people have already gotten the virus that we buy test because the majority of people who get the one thing about this viruses for most people, it's not a very big deal. The majority of people seem to have very few symptoms unless you're older our pre existing condition you often don't know that you have it. We talked about the NBA those players tested positive not of. The also, they weren't sick. Shocked when they came back the positive. So that's the argument that the exposure rate has been far greater than we had knowledge of, and therefore we might be closer to the end of this, but there are other reasons to think that. This is GONNA be playing itself out for a long long long long time that this is going to be akin to the flow never really goes away. Use GonNA keep getting getting it again to get a get a get a get a getting it. Look that's the case. Does that mean that we've all seen our last concert. Does that mean that will never be in public anymore in the you know you'll never be a walmart anymore without a mascot. Does it mean that we have ended in person public schools? Does it mean that some university the universities cancel the football season this year most of them. Set Me and there's no college football ever again. Now, what I ask these questions I trust me if you check all the responses that have been given by the shutdown, the lockdown crowd, the lefties, they never answer any of these things. Prior to find Eddie of them will tell you. We will start this up when and then fill in the blank they never fill in the blank. The next part of this it does appear. That some school districts were actually planning to open, but then punt at the last minute. I mentioned the three that. Parents seem to be based on what they've told me and part of it is everybody's making the decision right now, the school board meetings going on, is that it all creek they felt they were sandbag they were under the impression that the schools are going to reopen. Back, what people are telling me that just shocked they're operating to this. Some of the schools are going to be open the at every an indication, the committed they're going to reopen. Greenfield's etc.. It does seem most of those communities that they were planning to do it. But then right at the last minute when you had to make the decision they choked. Now, I believe I know why they chose. This is one of those things. The old saying when push came to shove push comes to shove when you actually have to make a decision. When you have to decide whether or not you're going to do something. Push came to shove was when the teachers unions are screaming the loudest. Remember they've got, we're talking about the NBA bubble they've got home field advantage. The teachers all know the school board members and the teachers all know the school administrators. Most of the parents are at an arm's length relationship with these people, the teachers are widing cry making a big stink. Threatening to quit, etc.. And I just think of these communities, it was very, very hard for the school board members. To, tell the teachers to jump in a lake. Now. This is not the norm. In most parts of the real world. I mentioned our company where our sales people are working remotely. Let's suppose they make the decision y'all got to come back yet. And let's imagine one of our sales people said, no, I don't WanNa come back in I know what they tell. Okay quit. Go work for ti I'm Jay. But, that isn't how it works with regard to the with regard to these school districts even years past act had you still have school board members that are sitting out there worrying whether or not some teacher wants the worker dot. On my point about. What's the end game on this? I thought about this in preparation for our discussion today the following. Ever since the covid broke out. We've had differing responses depending on the line of work that you read. Some stuff shutdown, some stuff stayed open. And somewhere somewhere in between. And there's been a shift gradually, some of the things that shutdown have reopened some of those things that are in between like right now like say baseball and football there where the people are working, but the fans can go to the Games. Some of the restaurants are open, but at limited occupancy and sell odd. But otherwise. Some jobs nothing changed construction was shut down for like a day. Landscaping I think it was like three or four days people were construction have not stopped working since this thing started. People work. Because ever call underachievers his order for the first few days he shot it down and then they reversed it when they realized that you can't have this. The hair salons they were shut down for I think maybe two months things it's about right but you think it was. Here. Salons two months. And then they re-open. Radio. I think the way I don't know this, but I'm guessing most companies that it the way that our station is that it certainly not with nothing ever went off the air. People who have remote studios of worked at them. But people who work in the offices and radio stations generally are word work at home but the people who are on on air at anything for weight you know we're working. Police no charge. Everybody works for the Police Department kept hard-working fire no change other ems private ambulance no J.J. Grocery stores drugstores not everything has opened the regular people that have come into work. You work as a pharmacist you work as a check out clerk at a grocery store. No Change. Highway construction those roadworkers no change they kept on working. In the meantime, other jobs, we've seen that they've either gone to unemployment or go out into the work at home mode, etc but. Here's my play. Across the entire spectrum of the American Academy. Out of all of the jobs in which people have been told you have to keep working at your workplace. You know cops firefighters, the hospitals highway construction. roofers. People like me and Paul every just think of everybody that just worked all the way through this. told you know you gotta work during this that we're not shutting down and your job is not you know all the jobs essentially call the central. Think of all those jobs in America, the fit into that category you got ball. Seriously with falling, put other the teachers. Can you think of anybody that's benched. I mean a few where the employee said Baseball Lorenzo Cain of the brewers opted out but he didn't really bitch. He just said Okay I'll quit and he left a fair amount of money on the table. The entire economy, the only group I can think of that was told, okay, you've got to come back to work the complaint about it is once again, the constantly widening crybaby teachers. Again. Now, I'm not saying nobody else's complained but across a large, you know let one person here. One person there but over the entire. Spectrum virtually every industry and every line of work that continued to work or resumed work the people that did it dead it with essentially not complaining. And this is the first one where I've seen where they've literally refused would. There are other things that remain shutout I mentioned concerts, for example. People can't go to sporting events. There are other things that were told that we can't do. There are other restrictions that are in place. But the schools are the only one I can think of other than you know a handful of really isolated cases one business here. In many areas the operation has remained shut down because. The employees didn't want to work and it's the only one I can really think of the only exception that comes to my mind here is epic in Madison Rigidity Faulkner caved where she said you're coming back to work. The employees complained and she said, okay, you don't have to come back to work. But that's just one company. It wasn't indicative an entire industry, the medical field or anything like that. But short of that. Everybody, else is essentially accepted. Okay. Part of the deal on my job I gotTa keep working despite the Covid or her. I'm not gonNA work despite the COVID that our job isn't considered. He said the only one. Where there's been. A major complaint made has been teachers. Does this not prove my point that have every class of employees in the United States are the biggest bunch of crybabies we have doesn't it? When I teach us, I should stress public school teachers. I have heard of no instance of private school teacher refusing to come in or private schools that were planning to open. Suddenly saying, we're going to close because the teachers did WANNA work. But. It's screwed up as the post offices it by the way prompts on the right track this hubbub pulling the plug on them altogether and just shutting him down and let some private business take the over. In a way the teach the and I don't think it's the fault of the people who work for the post office. You just can't have a governmental operation and expected to run with any kind of efficiency whatsoever you just can't. And I think we're seeing that right now with regard to the schools virtually every private school that I'm aware of southeastern Wisconsin is planning to resume any in person the only hold of the public schools. Again, it's because the public school teachers just essentially don't WanNa work. They realized that they are rewarded by their crying and complaining in the same way they're very much like the protesters while the Tosa the more they scream and yell the more they are caved in to appease so they keep screaming and yelling so. Getting us back to this point that I want to keep referring back to here on the program today what's the end game? What's the end game for the teachers? Do they expect to never have to go into a classroom again. I'm going to advance discussion after the break. One of the points. that. The people who squawk about white privilege keep breaking up is The. Systemic inequality or the systemic racism. Other words they say the system is not equal to system as racist. Let's. As, you know I like to take liberal arguments at face value. What would you say about a system that? Mostly keep schools closed. That is where low income minority children go to school and mostly opens them up in areas affluent and white children go to school. What would you say that is? Pulse racist and you say it's a castaway. Be. If. The kids in Siegburg Cedar Burger opening you probably know this better than me. He's not sure I'd like to say I just I wish I had a list of all but it changes every day because the school board ladies. So just use generic example Paul said he's pretty convinced Grafton is opening in person. So right that I mean they're almost all like that. If the largely white population of graft and gets they have their kids go to school. And the largely African American Latino Population Milwaukee their kids can't go to school. Aren't those largely African Latino kids in Milwaukee Victims of racism because they are stuck with public employees who couldn't couldn't care less about teaching them whereas the people in charge of educating the white kids in. Grafton enough about them. It's a legitimate and valid point. If you take a look at the school districts across the United States said, I could be opening their doors almost across the board. The. Higher the minority population of the district the likelier it is that they're going to remain closed. Think about that. Now, part of that is political. The farther away you get from the big cities the whiter community is going to be but. If. We are to focus on this systemic inequality and the achievement gap. You hear this all the time for the lefties. What's going to happen? If kids in Oak Creek after stay virtual for three months. And kids a few miles away. Get to be in school. WHO's GONNA fall further there behind now, in some cases, the kid online will thrive at home because the parrot is going to do a more hands on job teaching them, but I think by and large. The kids don't go into school as a group will fall further behind because they aren't getting as high equality of an educational experience. Where all those people who have been arguing about the educational gap on that. The answer is people arguing I say we need to put more of an emphasis on educating minorities, educating low income children and so on. Those people that are basically saying, you need to give me more money doing this they don't. Care about that process if they did. They'd be in school. If the school board. BECUA-, cared about the kids in back want as much as they did. The Fat Lazy Teachers in Back One they'd be in school. Not. All Lazy Touche's fat not all fat teaches I- lazy. I. Just referred Fat Lazy Woods. You know that that's probably what this was calling the school board up your eye on the afraid of the covered. All K-. We won't make you come in. That that's my point pulses they're off since. I keep circling. I keep circling back. It's been since March. What is the endgame? What is the date at which you're gonNA finally shut up go back to work at stop cry of a covert. What, has to happen for and as I say, maybe the answer is just okay. The election's over were suddenly going to develop a work ethic. Again, we're suddenly going to show some social responsibility for suddenly going to put our concern about whether or not. We're GONNA get a sore throat at a lower level than doing the job that were paid a fortune to do. Paul's. I. Think agree with that I think that if Biden Wednesday think that they could walk all over him that the welfare state is really odd for instance, I believe if trump wins, there's gotta be rioting in the streets, but it will end shorter because I think the response will be much more aggressive I. Think Donald Trump will go crazy with the military. This is just the end of it and he will say that I had a mandate. To. Do would that this business just letting frank nitty walk along interstate highways across the United States it making cars have to wait and go around and that's all over likewise if Biden is reelected I, they look at it this way Tony is the governor of Wisconsin but the schools remain shut down the issue that order I think Scott Walker would be tried to force them to reopen. So I'm not necessarily sure that you're right about that. But we don't know. But that's the point that I make about March and then the end Gabe this. University, of Wisconsin, Madison having football the are killing the athletic department budget. It's GonNa cost scholarships across the board. Probably a number of university teams sports are going to have to be shutdown, the non revenue generating sports, primarily women's sports, and so they're gonNA lose almost all of them. This was not in their interest. So what's going to be so magical that allows them to save. We're GONNA play football in April. And are they going to then even if they play in April while they put eighty thousand people in Camp Randall if they don't, they still don't get the money that they're missing out now. I keep throwing that point out. But I wanted to get back to this plan on the achievement gap because I think it exposes again that when liberals say they care and they care about minorities and they care about the less fortunate, they don't the only care about minorities in the less fortunate if there's something in it for them if they can make some money off of them. It's with the term poverty. Pimps comes ahead. Where they take advantage of the misfortune of others to line their own pockets. But if they could line their own pockets and screw those people that they say that they'll care about we know exactly which way they're gonNA go they're going to go exactly the way that they're going right now with. So many of the Lazy Public School. Teachers to check to come back to work a baby. They're not even checking maybe the realized we gotta go out here where the only classic employees in the entire United States you can say the employer we don't WanNa work actually be listened Q.. Magid if you said, you know. I, just I can't in I'm afraid of the COVID. Imagine if you did it. All K-. Mark come in and we'll go off the air from three to six. What are the chances that that would happen? It's just not. And as I say people understand that and they're seeing once again how truly selfish and lazy. So many I didn't say all but some any public school teachers are their staffs. And there's no point sugar it. It's some teacher at a Luton School in Milwaukee can come into work why in the world public schoolteacher and back what the answer is want to stiffen the other exit why? Why should I use any other language than that? Pulses I shouldn't. News talk seven, thirty W I S, and mark. Belen late afternoon show. Again. If you didn't catch the dudes, the box were huge favorites. They lost badly first game of the Playoffs for Orlando One twenty, two to one ten. The only Baku had a good game at all was Jaanus. WHO had another spectacular stat game thirty one points and seventeen rebounds. If you're looking for a guy who stunk up the joint, I would say, Brooke Lopez's is probably the number one candidate and the list of the point. I didn't see this Paul said he apparently kicked a chair halfway from Orlando to the Atlantic Ocean. Okay great kicked chair good for him. Yeah well, it could well be a wake up call. The other hand people would argue that they thought that maybe the poor finished the extended season or whatever they call that thing the Games is the wake up call. On the point that had been discussing. With regard to the fact that we have a split decision in the United States. With school year opening in some cases as soon as a few days have now. Many schools are going to be real putting kids that go to be back in class and many are going to be closed. Many of the communities and cities across the United States that are closed serve predominantly poor or low income. And minority population. I. Think it certainly accurate to say that if you're white. The vast majority of your schools are opened. and. If you're black, probably the majority of the schools are closed. Given, the fact that a lot of the big city school districts closed at, it's certainly playing out that way here at the State of Wisconsin. The only way that this is damaging and makes the so-called achievement gap worse. Is If we come to the conclusion that impersonal schools it's a wash that there's no benefit to come into the classroom. For example if kids in Milwaukee. At Oak Creek and the others that are Madison that are staying shutdown. If by November fifteenth, they do exactly as well as they would have done. Had they met in school? Will then there's no harm to this. But if that's the case. If. We don't need these buildings and we don't need the facilities. Why are we spent a fortune putting up? Here's the thing about this with regard to the left and the way they're trying to play this. They've made my case for me. I've argued forever, you've all e you know. How many years have you been on the show? One year less than I have. Thirty. When did when did you start your what you start? Idol by first data was in March of eighty nine. What was your first day? You don't remember. was was it was it a defy Oh 'cause you are part time at first yeah. That complicated. You are part time. You could have we could have made a decision and just thinking about how the world it'd be different if somebody has decided now. Never mind. We. Don't care. He's not giving you the story of his life at your. Forever but arguing that the least important part of the education process is facilities. Plenty is making a joke with pause. How many times have you heard me say that forever? Of add up all the things that matter in education let's just say listed the twenty five factors I would put facilities at the bottom. Now part of that is I'm a creature by own experience. In the baby boom, the schools were packed. And I was at the heart of the baby boom I mean the year I was born by the peak your for burst. Of the of the entire thing. And you were at a real. They're building schools like crazy but we were at the schools they built in the sixties there. rectangular buildings. I had three years in a row where we had. There are so many kids that they had to do a split class, but there's the third third graders in one after. The other after the same teacher for ball she teach third grade than she teaches the fourth grade at three years in a row. And that was a Catholic school the public schools. Back in that era this I think the Catholic and public schools about same size, but they're all packed. And all the facilities for crappy by grade school that he have gyp. We had to go over to the public school, our job classes where the cafeteria where literally I still remember we had bang into the tables play a dodgeball like the tables are unique lunch. The Music Room was a teacher that had a piano in the classroom that at a p adamant. That was them made it. A music room is are not that. The high school I went to. They added on to it like before I got there but it was basically the old part was a bomb shelter. The new part was this. The new part was like prefab home. If you know what I mean school still stands it's the middle school that's up there. was nothing it was just it was just walls. I never felt shortchanged by on the basis of facilities never. Had anything, to do with anything. I thought the by Grade School Education which was at a Catholic school I love fide look back at it. I think those teachers really good. Really mattered what kind of building I was in I don't think it mattered what kind of class sizes there I don't think it mattered at all. So I've made the case for a long time that facilities are useless that of all the things that we spend money on that should be at the bottom of the list. The other things that they put an auditorium swimming pools. Let's have swimming team what he did a swimming pool in the school for there's a Ymca atoll, read it out or what you need that for auditoriums. You put out of school play at any all you need is a large Rome you don't need any of that stuff. Now that's been my point all these years. WHO HAS IT? That's been arguing the opposite ono facilities are critical. If we don't have the modern state of the art this this this our kids are GonNa fall behind they've got to be in there. It's the very people that are right now saying we ought to have the kids stay at home and laugh and learn hope. They are the ones that have been telling us forever how critical these facilities are the take a look at some of the these communities that are all shutdown iceberg everyone of past the school referendum in the last five years to put up new facilities or Craik. Greenfield. Madison. Tosa, they've all passed school referendums the put up huge facilities. Now they're the ones that are turned it around said Oh. Well, our kids aren't gonNA lose anything by not going to school. If. You believe that a facilities and be having the teacher in person in front of the clay the kids has value. We are shoving the kids who are farthest behind even farther be high. I will argue. that a low income kid in Milwaukee needs to be in school in a building more so. That a kid say Wa Pack Wisconsin which is in the middle of the state because it Wa- Paco Wisconsin you don't have the crime problems you don't have as many problems you know gangs all the bad influences that are out there. That's probably a likelihood of an intact family at a more affluent home if that kid at a learn at home in front of a computer chances are mom or dad is going to be there on making sure at work with them and so forth and so odd We just all know the reality that that's not always the case at a place like the walkie we also know that the test scores for African American kids in the State of Wisconsin are way behind that of white kids what's going to happen after another year virtual learning for the bat black kids and the white kids getting to go to school. German towns get open up Mac blondes going Q. Stay closed. Who's going to benefit? I'd say the kids at German benefit unless you left he's reversing course now saying. Doesn't matter have it teaches are interchangeable. You could just palpably a computer you don't need to have the teacher and you don't need to have the facility if you can just do the entire thing on a less than a teacher talk for five minutes zoom and the rest of it is on lied then the teachers don't matter so why we pay them. So doggone much. You're the ones that tell us that they're so needed. Now we find out, we could just have a generic computer program. You're the ones that told us we have to put up a hundred and fifty million dollars school tax credit for all these facilities now. Can stay home don't have to use the buildings you guys made the are given for me. You're the ones they told us. We have to give these. We have to have great teachers now we find out. All you need is a computer. You're the ones that told us. We had to spend all of this money on the school facilities. Now you're the ones who say that we shouldn't use them. Right. Thirty W I S and mark belling. Late afternoon show. Can you go an entire year starting now without the kids in school? What if the virus numbers pretty much they flatlined for the next nine months. Death rate about where it is now. Number of hospitalizations. In Wisconsin, it's between two fifty and four, hundred every day. Stays in that same range. Percentage of positive cases remains where it is. Get a few hundred every day. Remember, we don't know how many people have already gotten the virus because we only know. Unless. You've been tested. You wouldn't know. But. Best estimates are that the vast majority of have not yet gotten it. And if we're going to get to a point of her immunity and by the way, the left has started to change its tone that we're GonNa get to that a little bit here on the program. We're nowhere near her immunity. Because hardly anybody has got it. So, hardly anybody has got this beans. We're a law law long way to the end of this. The idea of trying to prevent people from getting, it has merely meant that it going to drag out for a long period of time just about every sickness that you have. It. Goes Away with everybody who was going to get it gets it. Sooner we go at entire year. Now let's imagine showed and the numbers still where they are. Now they've got a vaccine thirty percent get it. The vaccine is fifty percent effective. Okay. That means it knocked down fifteen percent. Of the numbers a little bit. That's it. What are we gonNA next summer. If you're a musician, you're never gonNA play in front of people again. The major motion picture studios they remain mostly shutdown we're not GONNA put on any new movies. All those theaters at Broadway are they ever going to have shows again? Not The schools are the most provocative part of this because if a Broadway performance as work for two years, as I said, the difference between thirty seven and thirty nine is not very important if a kid misses the fourth and the fifth grade that's important. Those years can't really be brought back. What has been absent from the beginning from the people who have been in favor of all of these lockdowns and in part because I believe they've taken most of their guidance-from-above. To paraphrase and steal from forrest Gump quack quack does we're led by the leading quack Anthony Fauci. Who you may recall started all of this by saying the corona virus was nothing to worry about it wasn't good to have any impact in the United States then went into all out panic mode. Now in retrospect. President trump should've fired him at the beginning and he should have recognized that the guy a crack I suspect prompted nowy was a quack because Fauci she was not on our radar but we've been taking these directions which change all over the place from the beginning. Now we're at the point at which the CDC has has been saying for weeks that there is very little risky going to school that there is more damage than by not heavy the kids go to school but. The CDC has lost credibility. So when they finally get something, right nobody's listening to them and. You got this thing with regard to the schools where the employees just water work and they've got school board members won't stand up to them. It is fascinating when you step back to this when you think about it, employer has got an employee I don't WanNa come to work get sick and the employer says, that's okay that don't come into work I just. I've never heard of a walk of life where you can just decide that when everybody else is able to work but you say that you feel okay, fine. We we won't operate our company then because you don't feel as though you come bed. Said RAPA. Bow On this hour and I'm GonNa get to this wall, the changing tune and heard immunity because had been looking for this thing about what the end game is. The thing about liberals as they'll just change their position on a diaper without any explanation of all once they realized that the thing that they've been advocating can't get them where they need. To be just come up with something else like these locked out that we've had here. When have we ever lockdown society and shut everything down because of a virus never they made this up I of nowhere. They've never done anything like this before the closest thing that we had was in two thousand nine with swine flu, which is way worse than Obama shutdown nothing. Since they made this one up, they can switch just as easily in go off to something else, and maybe their invention of the concept of herd immunity works after all is going to be their way out of this, we're close at after her entity that we go ahead and do it. We'll get to that as I said in a moment but shorter this reversal of opinion. Given the increasing frustration of more and more Americans you see it the surveys that people just thought it would be over by now. They're fat that they can't do anything. They're wondering what in the world is going on here what's going on is you're letting liberals make decisions for you. That's the problem. It's the problem for from the beginning of this. I wasn't the guy who decided that I was going to trust the Anthony Fauci over call that if you've been listening to me from the beginning, I labeled that guy as a quack who was bought off and controlled by China from the beginning. It's covered everything. He said the reason he undersold this in the first place was he was trying to provide cover for China because this thing came from Shaida. Once chided decided to fudge their numbers and claim they had no problem anymore it was China's imprest a screw up the rest of the world while China, just went on as if nothing had occurred in their own nation that became cultural is mad at him for the beginning ads for the rest of you though you get the sense that people are very very frustrated and they thought that it was going to be over by. Here so I am the our. You. Want it to be over. Then ended. And just say screw it. So people are going to get sick others aren't we're GONNA go back and resume life until we do that. This doesn't add. Because the virus isn't going to end it for us. If, it was it would have ended law before now. And Kill we're willing to say. Some people are gonNA get sick other. Life we're going to be in this holding pattern forever. You can't let the people who are lazy and be afraid. Govern you. If you did. Hitler would won World War -til we never would have invaded. The Lazy of the afraid would not have agreed to try to attack on d day of that would have been the end of that. The Lazy. In the freight can never be the ones that drive decision making. And the lazy and afraid seem to sum up all the one. The majority of people who steal paychecks by going to work in what they call a job of being a public schoolteacher. At again I know they're not the only one that shut down. But they're one of the few that are voluntarily shut down. If Broadway reopened I suspect most of the cast members would show up and perform not all. If they held sporting events I, think I don't know the brewers decide if baseball decided. We're GONNA play the rest of the Games at home I. would guess half the people that I think the stadiums will be half full. Don't you? Paul says politics more. So the schools at the only ones that are shut down essentially because the people involved are demanding that they be shut down. I said that was the end of the discussion finally this. One other big larger point about this. We have seen. A boom and it's not just milwaukee. It's all over the country big boom in real estate markets in the areas like thirty miles away from the big cities. It's going out of Wisconsin The Wall Street Journal that a giant story about what's on in the suburbs here. But this is all over the country people are reporting and in Chicago it's being reported in Saint Louis outside of Kansas City. That people still WANNA live near big cities, but they don't want to live too close to them. If you take a look at many of those areas. Those are the areas of the schools are opening. Twenty five thirty thirty five miles away from the big cities and the close you out of the big cities it's where they remained close. It's one more argument. For people who are children. To stay as far away from liberals as they possibly can because as much as Liberals K., claim that they care about you what they're doing here with the schools show that they don't give three rips at all. All they care about is themselves. The school board members in school districts that are opening up care more about the children in their communities than the school board members who cave in to crybaby lazy teacher scared to death they might get a little sick find me one cop in America who doesn't WanNa work because he's afraid he's GonNa get sick they might not want to work because they're being called pigs in everyday under the book and People Spinning in their face and they know that if they shoot a guy who tries to shoot them, they might get fire but they're not refusing to come into work because they're afraid of getting a virus. From a walkie this is the mark belling late afternoon shove put nonsense bacon the second year I news talk eleven thirty wins Dave spinal was referring to the Walmart VENETA earnings David. He saw it happened to Kohl's today got killed stock was down sixteen percent, and that's a stock that's been a third ball year. Department. Stores. have. Just. Trouble. And It's terrible class of business to be at right out. I want to comment very briefly on this and then move onto the announced that it said that it was gonna make because it relates a little bit too. We're discussing with two three, hundred of the schools. One of the advantages this is i. know it stating the obvious, but it still has to be stated, what are the advantages that Walmart had? What is that was that in virtually every state in the Union they were allowed to stay open when so many of their competitors were shut out Cures. Calls. Wisconsin based business. That was totally screwed in our state by Tony Issues. Totally screwed. And there's Walmart Interestingly Walmart is hated by Democrats find asked ever think Walmart they all said that they hate Walmart right. Yet, democratic politicians that a giant favor for Walmart. All the walmarts were allowed to stay open. Now. The catch of course is, is that most of the Walmart's not all but most of them in the take that back I don't know that it's most. I think most of them here in southeastern Wisconsin are also grocery stores editor, but the country, but a lot of walmarts also sell groceries. So in addition to the fact that they have the online game down as well as they've spotted was mentioning many of them were able to keep their doors open and. I'm not exactly a big wallet Walmart. Customer. Myself I don't like big swords I. Think you said You'd better than what you were a few times during the shutdown everybody I know that's been Walmart said they were pack during this period part of it was competitively closed. The calls were closed and macy's closed that. I believe in Wisconsin the dollar stores were closed until the Supreme Court ruled. So Walmart had this all to themselves. In addition to being open for the groceries of the Pharmacy Walmart. So the state of stuff that walgreens cells and so on and the hardware stores, some of which they were closed Walmart got off of that business. Another problem when you have government picking and choosing winners, this relates I think to my discussion. About some of the schools that are staying closed and others that are saying that are opening as we approached the fall. You're not going to recover from this decision to close calls might not recover is waiting an analyst report today saying there's a chance calls may not make it. Stock still around twenty, it's not like zero ready thing. But it's Dow and there's no bottom in sight. And I don't think there is badly position to some of the. Coles at least it's sort of the right end of the Barker. Right now, the value area. We see it certainly respite the let let me work at a couple of other things that'll give them announcer. you familiar with the Metro Hotel in Milwaukee. You are you are. You. Stop there. What to take a leak you have to stop there. That's I've never heard of anybody say they had to stop there I mean would. You couldn't find your van after summer fest. What were you drunk? Your mind? You couldn't find your dad. You have a van. All away back you had a bad you. What you you how did you were you didn't walk summer fest to the Metro Hotel. Easy. But why you're at Summer Fest Parkway up there. Well, how do your stories get so far afield here this is like the asking somebody a question Gulf in their answering by telling me about Arthur ash played tennis what A police officer was in the Metro Hotel but I still don't understand why you were at they and you're going to summer fest. You Park and The oppression that that is somewhere within five miles of summer fest. I. Know I, get the whole thing on cheap. Still that would be that would be like me park here at our station because I'm and walk into the State Fair. Anyway. The Metro hotel is affiliated to the national chains but obviously, all hotels are in trouble right now because nobody's business travel and so on. But they've had you know they'd gone through two or three different restaurants that are in the base of the hotel. It's that the Hotels Dhamma, the pfister and the restaurant is. It's nicely laid out and so on. A couple of places did make they hired the celebrity local celebrity chef, Thomas Haughey ran circa eighteen eighty well known they opened up the thing they put a ton of effort into the reopening they open two weeks ago after all these shutdowns and they said, okay, we're GONNA we're. GonNa do it. We're going to open two weeks what you think this happened. There already under. You hear about like a Broadway show that closes after one night. Have you ever heard of a restaurant closing after two weeks? The owners. A management company I think John Ogden owns it but the on the managing company pulled the plug two weeks after a in business was terrible. Well. This is what I say at many many of these restaurants that have waited a long time to reopen. Even. The restaurants recorded to be closed but then after the Supreme Court ruled many of them have been allowed to reopen. I think you're going to see that many of them that have waited a long time when they reopened, they're not going to be able to make it back. The shutdowns are not a temporary thing where you can simply reopen the doors and snap your fingers Paula talk a little bit earlier about Sports Paul. Thinks that if you allowed fans to go to the Games right now to be more than half full, we don't know. It's also possible that. Some are just they learned to live without going to the game they by spend the money and they're not ever going to go back to the words I won't be Biden's box tickets again. Maybe I won't be by packers tickets don't know. We don't know this. What I do know though is this. What you shut something down for a long time, people change their habits. And in this case, the rich Walmart got richer. And some of their other competitors in the department stir gotten poor added that the fact that the whole retailing market has been changed by the by purchasing. The going into stores and so on companies that weren't dominant online and calls was not. Suffered War I said at announced. Here by announcement. Now you're GONNA tip into the traffic I after the traffic mark belling makes announcement porting announcement at. What do you think that this is why why do I sound sarcastic even when I'm not sarcastic at of casting, how can you not be cast of the world that we live in? But look at look at the world we now live at. Five months after this thing started with about two hundred, fifty people in the hospital I think one person under the age of twenty in the whole state dying without opening the schools. I mean, every year is in school. It seems some kid died of something right? Well upper. You'll love I mean fire accidents and so what? I people you shouldn't be joking about children die for crying out loud by the way. I'm glad that fly that banner over the Convention today you know what this? Is like a aborted black child tried to make the point. We'll don't these black lives. Matter you sanctimonious lefties that's the whole tried to get a liberal to explain why it's perfectly fine to kill a black baby a greater numbers than it is to kill white babies. Abortion rate of the black humidity is way higher that why bat is a discriminatory? It's dawn dot sub blacks that you know given that. District representations. Members of Congress is based on population. The high abortion rate in the African American community has cut into political clout in the black community and Their people have lost my virtue of the fact that a black baby is more likely to be aborted than a white baby sledding. There's some group that's at a banner around. With I anything that makes liberals uncomfortable with right now essentially, in favor of aren't, you isn't that just basically the rule of thumb ever Mace liberals I'd happy I even if it like makes me miserable to if a if a left, he's happy as part of the whole thing, I'll go with at four forty, seven news talk seven, thirty, W, I said. Eleven thirty wins at Mark belling. Tom Petty Day. For whatever. The deal at this. Well yeah it is. Yeah You didn't know that. Paul didn't know that blood pressure's Tom. Petty. Oh. Yeah that would be like. Well, would be like anything else somebody was in more than one bad. News Talk Eleven, thirty wins, Mark belling late afternoon show I said that I let's do this first. This is a good one I like making people try to make predictions, but it's not an easy answer. The Bucks Magic series who wins it and how many games make your prediction. Pulses Butson sex I say bucks and five. Th. We both run the risk of looking like idiots here because the bucks got killed a day the act killed is probably struggle where killed at least in terms of expectations where they lost by twelve, which isn't really getting killed thirty is getting killed but. They were never really in the game they were beaten from the very beginning they couldn't make any shots. Janas had a spectacular game thirty, one, seventeen with seven assists and seven assists pretty spectacular given. The fact that nobody else could bake shot in order to get an assist somebody else the baker shot. So anytime you threw the ball the brick. Lopez. Why you Brooke was saying the splashes back I guess the black is back. What did he go for one for nine? Repulsive, he kicked a chair. I. Missed them kicking a cheer. anyway, the bucks lost the data Orlando that's just a bad loss It's a seven game series. Orlando's nodded he good ice. Logically I, think Milwaukee comes back and wins the next four but maybe not. Just don't really know. I said I had an announcement to bake. We have a silver alert that we need to pass a law in here. Now, you know what those things are. The amber alerts are for kids. The silver alert is when an older person has gone. Missing. He was supposed to be in Milwaukee this week and meet up downtown and he just is nowhere to be found is about eighty years old? He's got silver hair. Often. Quite confused. and has this odd tendency to mix up his sister for his wife generally when he tries to talk for more than five or six seconds doesn't seem to make any sense very, very confused and he answers to the name Joe or Ralph or Harry, and most likely likes to respond to the name Obama since he mentioned that name more than anybody else. So if you see this guy whose name is Joe Biden, you can contact one, eight, hundred DNC to report the missing guys said he was expected to be in Milwaukee here for the week but he's last we heard he was hiding around in some basements in Delaware. Other than that. I can't pass along information. We give a vehicle description of a car that we thought he might be driving but quite frankly based on his demeanor of late I. think it'd be terrified if we learned that he was driving who knows what kind of thing when would he used the directional signal for the shifter? WHO WHO KNOWS SILVER ALERT TOUR? Anyway The Democratic National Convention head one day. But other three left to I. don't even know what way. When does Biden Giver gives virtual. Acceptance Speeches, that Wednesday night or Thursday I'm not even sure. I'm not going to tell you even though it's my job to watch this. So I can comment on it for the to to the audience. I will admit I didn't watch the whole thing last night. For, those of you who think that it is responsible of me not to do so. I couldn't do it. I mean I can watch lefty stuff a because. I you know I me material for the program and it's my job to do it I mean. I didn't watch lefty stuff. I couldn't live where I live anyway. I could not sit through this. This is what it reminded me up. Yet your turn on the TV. When you go to bed now these days I'm going to bed earlier and earlier I went to bed a quarter to eleven less that ninety five year old man that's You still. Watch Seinfeld at ten, what are you going to stop watching Seinfeld you're like me when I was eleven watching Hillary runs. Well. That's your thank watch Seinfeld and you go to bed. She go to bed at eleven o'clock. Well, I, don't really watch the SEINFELD RE. Still on Channel Sex. But the later you watch television. The bore likelier to see. One version. There's about nine of these commercials, but they're all the same. There's nine different versions of the same commercial. Fill some announcer come on usually a woman. With the most pathetic. whiny sickening voice that you could imagine. And then on the screen, you see what? Awful terrible case but abused animal I mean this looks like one of these dogs that starving and by Afra the dog is sitting there with its drooling I've always coming out you see the bone sticking out of the body. Assure you see a cat in a cage I'll scratch the claw Op Ed. See, these commercials, they're never sixty seconds they go on for like three minutes. One pathetic awful terrible sickly looking animal after another and this constant whiteness at the end of it. That's what the day say wise. I'm telling you. It's the same thing. By the way I would like to plan for this but I'm stealing the symbolises listener said that was impression I'm stealing it. I come up with enough good stuff on my own to steal stuff even the nobody would have known that I stole it. Really. That really was it. When you think now I get that part of it is there's nobody in the room it's you know what she's political conventions is usually fifteen thousand people that are in the arena halls and everybody's shearer adding you got the crowd in the palm of your hands and Roy as you do with the applause lines. It's difficult when there's like forty people that are in there and you're just doing it to a TV camera but. I. Mean I've watched political conventions as long as I can remember being alive. And you know they're always fifty percent pump your side up and fifty percent. The other side's a bunch of bums. That's what they are. I've never seen one. So devoid of enthusiasm these people are describing the end of the world. I'm telling you I know this sounds impossible. If Joe Biden came he'd be a pick me up. You should have seen this last night. As Michelle GonNa talk tonight is that what it was that she talked last night at a minister I. Don't she was last night i. didn't I wish I was required I wish I would have seen that I at least she know at least she would have had some animation to her the. Posted Scott while they were all scowling, you think of these speeches and part of it is I get I do public speaking when you're in a room full of a lot of people, it pumps you up I mean, it's just would be an I think of anyone a minute but minister already what speaks in public when you've got a room full of people that are there by your nature is to try to project and reach out and give their attention, and you're always reacting the body language like if I'm giving a speech at it seems to me the audiences mind is wandering. You might speak a little bit more loudly are you work something in? Okay I got grab the. Crab the cut I'm guessing musician probably does the same thing or a comedian. He's doing stand up with your work at a crowd when you're doing it in the room a sort of empty at might make you a little bit more dad for example, if I was giving a speech well, let's suppose I gave a speech via job that there's some conference that hired me to speak, but they decided to only do it via zoom and I didn't think for being here I would try to exaggerate let's say that on the radio. I. Exaggerate by talking louder that I would in normal life. Still when you're giving a speech, nobody's there at changes your tone, but even given that standard. I. Don't know how a Democrat could watch this. This is what this reminded me of. This is like listening to. Liberal Talk? Radio. The pro. The reason liberal talk radio bombs is even liberals can't stand to listen to it. I've gone through it explain this so many times we we don't have successful liberal talk radio at America. You know there is a segment of the country, the slipper why all the liberals listening to Liberal Talk Radio and the answers even liberals can't stand listening to it. It's so boring. It's so dow there. So widely, it is so humorless, they can't work at any Joe Klein's it's just doug. Donald trump could be on the worst night of his life. Eddie be fifty times better than anything. You GotTa get this I. I honestly think Biden will be there highlight. All Kamala Harris Comma Harris is GonNa do is yell at us. Who else can they try they? I. Thought Cuomo Get up there I think about this forbid if ever, that was proof that the Democrats celebrate failure. Is there any governor in the United States who butchered covert worse than than than? Quo. Yet they bring him up as if he's the guy that did a great job managing, this more people died in New York the other state and not just by population I think New Jersey was number one per capita New York is number two. It's the same thing. What are the? What are the Democrats determined to pump a ton of money into right now, the post office can find thing that's a bigger failure than our country runs in the post office. The same thing that the public schools they always give more money to MP PS or my but public schools anything that's a failure they wanNA throw money at. So the politicians that they tried out I know that it would be hard to find a democratic politician in the United States a successful at anything right now how could you possibly bring up Andrew Cuomo? Wouldn't you want to hide him? Said Well, you know under Donald Trump, the United States death rate has been to hire. Colbert. Well, let's points not correct but let's suppose it was what sense does it make to bring the governor where the highest death rate of all? Would you hide Andrew Cuomo right now Small. Try to watch again today by the way while the Democrats are nobody actually knows how many people are here I mean they've got some texts that are here at I know that they have some strategists in because they're having some of these meetings about allocating money and this that and the other thing. WHO said that? Oh Yeah Gretchen Whitmer said. said the the the the word on third bike last night that. Well it's probably the highlight of the whole thing for from the why why would why did she say it? She would talking about trump or Reshi. Rally. and. That's the that's the classy apparition we have. It's a sad state of affairs when Frank Nitty behave himself better than your average democratic politicians. Break put out an put out. For Him. He's going to get himself arrested and he can't go three days without being in the news. Also I guarantee you he's not marching. There's no way he's walking whole way. Did you see that they get Indiana where they pulled over for black of the freeway fifty cars behind him? He instant those TV cameras are God he's in a car. There's no way Franks walking out amenities they're just not. You don't believe he's walking away you. So, anyway, I'll try to watch the thing tonight there is another political point that I wanNA make about this I hope you picked up on it. It wasn't just president trump and oshkosh yesterday there is at from official or at trump family member in this state every day this week and some days there's more than one that is not a coincidence first of all, but trump campaign for reasons that are obvious is focused obsessively now on the battleground states and if you've seen any of the polling, the battleground states are closer than the national polls, the problem with viewing these national public opinion polls as they are irrelevant. Let me explain this. What the polls and California and New York state as a matter at all, just as what the poll say in Wyoming does it matter at all? The national polls get skewed. because. It doesn't matter how much. There's a couple of states that have proportional electoral college but other than that it doesn't matter whether or not you win California by three points thirty four points you're GonNa win the state. The states that are gathered critic are right now overwhelmingly so And the Republicans are stupid enough to put any effort in an end in in the states like California. The election is determined by the battleground states that are close. It's the way the electoral college works. The trump campaign is putting all the pets attention in there. So you're going to be seeing and states like Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and so on. It's gotta be trump pants trump pants at every other family member that you can imagine. But also. This week. The trump campaign and the trump family personally. Is All over the state of Wisconsin Don Jr. is I don I had the schedule and I forgot to bring it into the studio B of all the Pete they're only announcing some of these events one day in advance advances well. There's a reason why? Trump was an oshkosh yesterday don Jr. Coming Eric's coming I think Laura might be pence in water two days there all over this reason why they're all in Wisconsin of all of these different appearances this week. It isn't just to get a little bit of attention while the Democrats are read Milwaukee. It's the draw attention to the fact that the trump team is out at about at the same time that Democrats are in hiding. You get this at trump's people paul very well trump from the beginning what If. It, a lot of points here we were talking earlier when I said that I thought the school officials when they did these surveys, parents started this two or three months ago they thought that the parents were gonNA say keep their kids in school. If you look back at it, you could have predicted that the parents were going to say put their kids back at school because I was on that before anybody trump was talking about reopening schools back in June. He knew where the public was on that trump always seems to be a head of pollsters where the public opinion actually is. I believe the president senses that Americans fat up with everything still being on lockdown over the place. So while the Democrats locked themselves down in hideout, all of a sudden in the state where they're lockdown said most obvious here we have a convention Milwaukee Nobody's at trump and his people are showing up all over the state of Wisconsin. They didn't do that this last week it's this week and it's to draw that contrast. The other side's hiding out we're here is eleven thirty wins Mark belling. Late afternoon show to give you the season summer cash contests texting word for the five o'clock hour. The word right now is happy H. A. P. P.. Y.. Happy. You get the sense. Nobody's happy. Something that's bad prompted for but he's unhappy they're going to turn to the opposition. The problem is the opposition is making themselves as unattractive as possible. When you. Let me finish the word happy text that into two, hundred, two hundred to get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply in this. They should wide contest when America has changed course and gone from one political party in the White House is generally because the other side offered a more optimistic vision of the country that what was in front of them at the time even Democrats that have one Bill Clinton in ninety two was much more upbeat than the first Bush. You'll recall the Barack Obama's campaign in two thousand eight I was hoping change. All the Democrats are pushing us as delman glow. We're terribly racist country. We're going to have more riots, put masks on lock ourselves down. I sense that most people think that trump is not part of that. That he may not have been able to survive their attempts to throw cold water on the country that the cold water was thrown. But the Donald Trump is the guy who's trying to get out of it whereas opposed to Democrats face seemed to relish US living in a world like this they seem happy to live a world in which were Mary Nasty seemed to be happy that we don't have the schools all, but they seem to be happy that people are you know that we're having rioting in the streets it's Democrats themselves that are taking part in the riots. They're the ones that seem to be happy when police officers are mocked and ridiculed. It's not a winning message. Anyway follow on this battleground thing and understand. That the national polls right now are utterly irrelevant. The only thing that matters of the polls in the nine to fifteen states that are going to decide the election and watch your in. We're GONNA have a front row seat again in Wisconsin, Donald Trump. Surprisingly Wisconsin. Very narrowly in two thousand sixteen he was not expected to do. So Hillary Clinton never came to the state wants the Democrats aren't going to make that mistake again with the exception of. And I want to throw this because it's a serious point of AAC. Are they going to try to win the election with having without having Joe Biden campaign at all? I was mentioning earlier what's the end game for the schools at some of the other things that are shutdown? Can the Democrats win the presidency with Biden never leaving. Delaware. Do. You know in the last four months the longest trip he took was one hundred miles that it was the Pennsylvania threat to the border with Delaware. He's not been anywhere in four months. Well Paul's the I'm seriously asking political question. They I think they realized that there they want their message to be that we're in lockdown therefore, they don't want public offense responsible for trump to have them. They're having their convention virtual and so on. Can you pull it off though and actually winning election without having the candidate ever going anywhere ever given any public speeches or making any public appearances? Until. Some you know. Tend to be a slave history until something is that I'm going to kind of assume that it isn't going to be successful and that if Biden does lose and we look back and see all the signs that you could have foretold that he was going to lose just as everybody was an expert why hilary lost after she lost nobody. saw it coming before that beforehand if Biden does lose, it's the combination of his party Pratt second self office radical, the doubter message that they've offered up at also. Can you have the American people elected president of the United States somebody that is too feeble. To leave his house. Now. Maybe you can. We'll find out soon. Enough. It's hard for me to process that you can. Also go back through our history. They say the American people vote out of fear not really. You go back throughout American history the candidate that he's elected president is usually the one that offers The people with the best vision of what's going to be good for our nation. People might be Rog. But it was the vision presented of the kind of country that we were going to bay. That was the more compelling argument and just about every election that you can think of go back as I said, sixteen, what was that Oh trump's they make America great again, what the left hated that statement, but clearly, trump was offering the more optimistic message about the vision of the country Obama well, he wouldn't that want that argument at eight and twelve. Hope and change crap but he hoping change was his message. Kubeck a little bit farther. To the elections in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four with Reagan. Reagan's message was found bridled. At American greatness at exceptionalism. People's well what about harder that wasn't an optimistic message Carter didn't become a Downer until he got it. Jimmy Carter what he ran and seventy six, remember this was after Nixon and then Ford came after him in after Nixon was forced to leave Jimmy Carter's message was that we were going to restore ethics integrity and honesty to America his great line was he flashes big teeth that had way back then then I'll never lie to you, but we've been lied to by Nixon Stop. Go back to nineteen sixty Kennedy Nixon who offered the charismatic vision of America. Nineteen thirty two FDR, we were in the middle of the depression it started. FDR. Promised a way out. Hoover was doom and gloom you go back through American history. The candidate that is able to push the message of we have brighter days ahead generally woods I don't get any oppression from any Democrat that they have brighter days ahead they don't appear to watt us. They have brighter days they want us to be miserable forever. Look at that party Deseo see watt prosperity. And is Joe Biden. The kind of vehicle that ended could cross the bring it. Everybody knows he's not going to be the President Khama Harris will be. She's not exactly the most warm fuzzy optimistic smiling bubbly person and not everybody who's been elected president has that type of personality. But again, if you go back to pre American presidential elections, I, think about these things in the context of a sports. Fan Sports fans always want hope. Well. Good this year maybe next year or the year after that will be pretty good. How's that farms dealing how we do it in the draft to have any hoped we have any hope to have any hope. The Democrats message of hope is okay. The guy that we have running is is is feeble. The vice president is GonNa take off and she's going to give us what? Whether you like trump or not. He has been incessant that we are going to get through this and we're going to be better. He's hammered that message. Again, baby this time around is different. But it is usually the mark compelling message with the Greater. The gives people the opera the belief that there is hope for the future. That's usually the message that woods. And they got for Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W I S. Some people will say, why would you ever read the archives? Oh, you ever watch CNN why would you ever read The Washington Post? Well. You have to. The same reason that tried to watch the Democratic convention. You have to know what they're saying. and. When there's a shift going on. Those are going to be the first places you see them. I would say more so than any of them, the New York Times The Times is the closest thing that we have to the roadmap that is used by the left in this country. If the left is moving in a certain direction. That's the direction the New York Times is. Earlier in the program. I was asking this question and I said, it was going to circle back to it. Several Times. What's the end game for the lefties at all these lock dowd's? If anything they're suffering more than the rest of us right. Takeaways elect. Paul up there. You don't like being called a weasel do. You got used to it by. Well you are kind of a weasel large you. Well if you were going to be an animal, what do you want to be? Bear. That's pretty good I, I'll grant you that but I don't. But if I said, you're we've it's funny for me to say you understand the whole point of this. If I say a we the like you, that's funnier than saying like a bear like you, right? No you plus you. Anyway, you don't want to be a bear for one thing you would know how to throw the football. lyod I couldn't I try to real quick I couldn't figure out how to make it work by saying you'd never be in the play offs because that would never be a winter by. The impact on the life of a guy like Paul over all of these lockdowns is somewhat limited. He lives up there in Nozaki County He tells me most places you go. They don't make you put a mask on. He hasn't somebody who go is a season ticket holder for the brewers of the boxes I am. His kids that are logger in school. There is an enormous downside for you and your life with all these shutdowns is there. He's got a kid WM and they even open IDA even know what they're not. Okay. So but otherwise by and large the impact on you rather limited. Now think about the average liberal. Where do they live mostly in the big cities everything they do is shut down. All the Hoity toity restaurants they like to do they're going under. They're the ones that they love the arts, the patron of the arts they can't go to whether you're there uppity theater. Shows of their operas the museums. Their kids their schools are shutdown that kids are getting screwed out of education. And by and large they're the ones that live in the communities we got gotta slap the Mascot and everything else. And is saying the power structure for liberals is the big cities in the fact that you have these big giant companies that have headquarters there the taxes, the come New York Chicago those giant welfare budgets are carried by the enormous wealth in those cities which they're running out there driving out. So ask what's the endgame Long term this is worse for them than it is for. I, mean, let's imagine you live in Rhineland. Be. oddest been affected by this probably. Probably a slightly maybe two I've wanted to stores put out a mask. But if you live in northern Wisconsin, you don't come down to the city about you already thing. Extremely Limited impacter. Yeah. I it's extremely impacted on your life imagine however if you live in Chicago. Significantly worse. The Endgame Mandis And I think it started to dawn on the left, but they're killing off many of the things that they care about the bose. All these celebrity chef restaurants who works with all these waiters are all lefties. There's gotta be some concern on all these people that work on Broadway and work in the arts at work on the symphonies and are part of theater companies in ballet troupes by all liberal things. As I say there's a day of reckoning coming for the universities. They're already facing massive downsizing for the next ten years because of the significant decline in the birth rate that's now hitting them was hitting the public school started a few years ago. That's now approaching the college era. And I believe also the cultural change in which. Fewer kids in the next generation of going to choose college because they saw badly affected. Their older siblings were by carrying all the student loan debt and then not having a job to show for it. Add the fact that much of our Economic Opportunity Employment Opportunity. Over the next ten to twenty years is going to be skilled trades. Fixing it working all of the and all of this equipment that we have we're putting up buildings like crazy somebody's gotta know how to work that furnace equipment. Somebody's gotTa, know how to work the refrigeration equipment. Somebody's got to be able to install the wiring. Some of those jobs might require college would not. Starting on the left east that they're killing off the diversities with this. As I mentioned the cancellation of football is gonNA kill off these sports budgets which support an entire infrastructure and these universities, almost all of which are extremely liberal entities. GotTa be an end game for them right And I been befuddled as to what it is. At I. I'm surprised they've hung onto it as long as they have. Well Voila lightbulb goes out over otherwise dimwitted belings head here spotted a story of the New York Times. Watch for this. I'm very good at picking up on these things before everybody else's onto them and I often will give you something the two weeks later everybody is on. For five months. Now, the left has mocked the notion of herd immunity. What's heard beauty heard of unity as the idea essentially that after enough people get sick, there's nobody left to get sick and therefore a disease goes away our virus goes away. It's how we dealt with just about every kind of contagious illness in the history of man, you develop immunity after enough people get it and then it goes away. This time around we decided to try not let people get it and therefore it's dragged on forever and the left is ridiculed this notion of herd immunity ridicule that it can. Greatly, everybody die. That's a good idea. That's how they played this and they said it will take forever. Her beauty you gotta get to eighty percent of the population that's GonNa. Get it. That will take forever. We'll pick up today's New York Times actually it's online by the put into the print edition yesterday. And there's a story. Many experts according to the New York Times. Now, believe we could achieve herd immunity at a much lower percentage rate than they earlier had thought. There now saying, maybe we only need to get to thirty five or forty percent exposure. And that will be after kill off the virus. Now let me explain for those of you don't get the concept of her to be editing why people believe in unity say that it will work. Let's imagine I have the virus. You ought to have the virus or should I have the virus? All right, I'll have it. Boy If you just Kinda. Go hang out a budget lefties for awhile. Okay, you have decided. I could never do that I can never be as big a dunk as they could people people think have a dink by what I do other show I'm harmless this is the worst. Get me shooting off my mouth there. They actually would do it anyway. Suppose the virus. And now we're at limited staff here that are in our building, but you know what are we have at your twenty people out of given day or something or other? Would you say? About twenty. If nine of them have already had the virus. That means if I go past Eddie of those nine. I'm not a danger in other words look at like the number of bullets in a gun. If, you've got six shots, the old six shooter and you shoot six times, you might hit something but if you only have one. You better hit the first time around in other words, the more people who have it when somebody else does get it in they contact other people chances are they're going to contact somebody that already has it has it immunity therefore dies out as opposed to let's imagine I was the first guy of the United States at Corona virus everybody I came into contact with get it I'm a time bomb I'm a viral mass. So that's the notion of. Anyway. Today's New York Times. Suddenly they find a bunch of experts in the experts suddenly start changing their tone. Which is what they've done all along throughout this entire thing, they changed their tune on masks I changed. Remembered new. York Blasios said I'll go down to chinatown screw the. Corona Virus Cuomo. We're going to beat the thing don't let it scare you off there. Have Fun do this that and the other thing and that trump that eighty what's he doing banning travel from China that's Jingoistic. There's no need to do it. Then they turn around and within a matter of weeks that lacking the entire world doubt. They changed their tune all the time. On this. According to the New York Times many experts. Now believe that we achieve herd immunity at as low as thirty five to forty percent of the population meaning that we are very close at many cities. Now at entering the period where the virus no longer poses much of a risk. If, suddenly, they start claiming approaching, heard of unity, where are they going to claim? That we've achieved it. This points critical. Name the American city that would be closest to hurt of unity while New York because so many people have had it in. New York now you've got the argument to open the new. York schools at Broadway and so I'm just telling you. They have ridiculed this notion of heard of unity. I want you over next several weeks to watch and see how many liberal suddenly start touting her immunity is something that we might be approaching. Interestingly. The new. York Times story cited three. Global cities. Were heard immunity may well be achieved already right now. In other words, the three cities where the numbers have been relatively high in the past, a lot of people have already gotten it. New York London. Guessed the third. That give a lot of help here, but you've gotta be crafty to figure it out. Stockholm. Remember when Sweden didn't lack anything down and they said just go on and Sweden just said we're going to go and do her at of unity. We're just getting people that are getting set people to take precautions and so on. But we're going to keep our businesses open. We're going to keep restaurants open and so odd. Stockholm. According to The New York Times might be close to herb hurt her unity if that's the case, it means that the Swedish approach worked. They didn't true. They had high virus numbers when the thing worked its way through but they didn't lock everything down they didn't screw that screw takeaway everybody's rights and they didn't badly kill off their economy although they're part of the world they're hurting. So the New York Hi as I say the stories in the New York, Times New York Times is not saying well, Stockholm might be close to her to unity. So F this is after months of ridiculing the Swedish approach. Now, New York didn't try to have everybody get it because they're run by some idiot liberals that kept the subways open. They. Courage people to have a celebration in China town filled with visitors came from. Thou- comb country of the virus. They did everything you could rod, which is why they got the bad case there but as a result. And because so many people have already keeled over and died there. They've had more people exposed in that city and that state in that region than anywhere else maybe the heard of unity comes around. So if you're looking for a way for the liberals to work themselves out of this pickle that they've created of how do we end this? See if they don't start embracing the concept of heard of unity. I mentioned in the New York Times. I there's a twenty, four hour delay the if something's in the New York Times Monday, it's all over CNN on Tuesday so Alexa pick up on it and then watch and see if you don't start seeing come out of the mouth of that phony couch e. G Well you know the hurt admitted we might be an opponent might be able to get away Fr- found. She's already pretty much all came at the reopening schools. The CDC is saying we should be reopening the schools so the tune might be changing a little bit that. For cynics who believe that this is all just an attempt to keep our country screwed up until the election. All right August, they're talking her to be edited by the time they reach a consensus that we might be there. You can make the case that it'll be right around November bread that becomes the rational that they use to on a dive turn and when they go don't expect any already admission that they're wrong with it was well, a science now says. Such and such, and the fact that many people like myself have argued, that was the way to approach this. My response is bed other than basic precautions wash your hands can protect the elderly who are really vulnerable we should do nothing. Some people are going to get sick most they're not that some are going to get badly sick as is the case with just about the flu and everything else that we have most people it's GonNa go right from the economy's GonNa go to sporting events go to our stores will have a few people get sick just as we do in a really bad flu year won't be as bad as h one was so forth, and so that was my approach and remember ridiculed it was you watch and see? If that isn't the concept of left itself months too late embraces to say, well, maybe we should move through it. Maybe we've achieved her to beauty after all. Thirty W side mark late afternoon show the bad news first the box ultimate playoffs this afternoon in. Orlando but lost. Twelve points. One hundred to two, one, ten to the magic. Janas had another spectacular game and nobody else did much of anything and. Rick Lopez stunk up the joint. Donald Davidson's put on the bench you so terrible. I would not overreact and I still think the bucks are going to win that series but. Certainly. Less confident of it than I would have been before now the good news, the weather just spectacular from this point forward mostly clear. The night low should bottom out around fifty nine and partly sunny for the rest of the week tomorrow seven eighths. Thursday's high eighty. Two Fridays I. Eighty five Saturday chance thunderstorms eighty, five, eighty, two for Sunday at eighty, one for Monday. As the end of August is. The beginning of August I was mentioning earlier when you see someone come up with a change of physician that you have to take note of it. This one is stunning. If you think of over the last forty years. The number one critic of investing in gold. Would be. I'd say. Buffet. Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway. One of the greatest investors in the history of investing. Has. Always ridiculed the notion of investing in goal. He's mocked it. said, he would never do it. He said Gold is good to look at, but it doesn't earn anything. So what's the point of owning it? and. That point as far as it goes is valid. If you own a business, the business certainly, you would expect would produce muddy produce prophets, and if it produces prophets, there's a reason that it would be worth more in the future that it is now. Likewise if you buy anything, you have an expectation or a hope that it might go up in value. Buffets comment has always been that there is no reason for goal to go up in value because. Gold. Isn't any different twenty years from now than it is today. It's still the same piece of gold. Others have disagreed with buffet over the years. But Warren Buffet as I say has. Whatever you see this whole subject discussed buffet always pipes and he's been an of a pound, the table critic of investing in gold. Even many investing professionals have said, you should always put five to ten presenting all the Hedge Buffet No. That's why what happened Friday has gotten such attention. would. You believe that Warren Buffett bought. Gold. Buffett's company Berkshire Hathaway took out a massive steak they announced. When Berkshire buys a huge chunk of the percentage of a company they have to disclose it because their purchases are so large at Berkshire Hathaway is an enormous company. The Holding Company for several insurance companies ended invest in a number of businesses I mean they're everything their Geico I think one of the largest shareholders that Coca Cola zillions of businesses so they have to disclose when they make these investments, but they don't have to disclose until after they've done it. berkshire-hathaway disclosed Friday, after the markets closed. That it is taken out a five, hundred, sixty, five, million, dollar steak and barrick gold. Barrick is the second largest gold mining company in the world. Now, admittedly five, hundred, sixty, five, million for Berkshire Hathaway is literally chump change. Company is were billions of dollars, his billions in investable assets, but it's not like it was a token position either berkshire-hathaway as now the eleventh largest individual holder of barrick gold. The reason, this is causing quite a stir in people are got it is. I don't think it's that Warren Buffett is saying all of a sudden you know is wrong about gold all these buffeted ninety S. I think he's saying things have changed. It's one thing for somebody who's been pounding the table buy gold for thirty years to say, pound the table buy gold when you see somebody who's ridiculed at his entire investment life suddenly investing in it himself. You GotTa, take note of that. Now my own opinion I'm not a professional way opinion it's just that it's an opinion. Is that the case for Gold long-term is compelling right now. and. I think that Warren Buffett has realized that things have changed what has changed The mistake that people make. In saying as they've said in the past that something like doled. has value because it doesn't produce any profit is they're implying that gold is the same say a brick. Or Thimble. or a glass of water. It's not. Gold is a defacto currency. Defacto means he's not actually currency, but it functions as a currency. Currencies are the money that is printed by the nations of the world. Nobody trusts anybody's money anymore. Literally. The gold standard decline of phrase was always the American dollar. Because the American dollar is backed by the good faith and credit of the United States and the Federal Reserve can always pre whatever money had has and as much as manipulated the dollar over the years. It's less manipulated than ever house. What would you trust the Russian ruble Member, when Brazil's currency went down nine, hundred, ninety, nine, percent, one year and ninety nine, point nine percent one year. People who traveled to Mexico forty years ago something you know cab ride was eighty, five, billion pesos. That's what happens in your currency becomes worthless. The, value of the dollar has always fluctuated. But I would say the dollar, the Euro and the yen had been the currencies that people have most watched. What happens but nobody trusts? Any of these parodies the Federal Reserve predic- buddy like crazy here. The United States there has to be a currency. There's gotTa be some store a value somewhere. simplistically many people say if there's inflation, it's good for gold because if there's inflation you out on the things that inflate, well, that wouldn't be true of goal that would be true of anything that people buy and sell. If there's inflation you want to own commodities, you want to own iron, you WANNA steal and steel you ought to own copper on real estate obviously quality matters, but inflation means the. Price of everything is going up. So then you wanted their own at very least on the stuff that's going up the price that you pay for everything's gone up to. But at least the stuff that you now own has gone up in value to because inflation means things that are going up. So gold certainly would go up when there is inflation but I think that it's more complicated than that. No one has any trust for any currency at all because they're all being manipulated. We've seen other Chinese have manipulated their own currency to essentially screw the dollar for years. We'll China's now almost as important economy as the United States is what happens in Europe is affected by everywhere else So I think that this move by buffet is an indication that he has recognized. That the nations of the world including the United States have been initiating their currency and he's got to put put his body into something that. Retains some value. Here's the other thing that just about everybody has commented on over the last few years at his noted. What we have had advantage over the last few years as you've had a bunch of people just decide to invent their own currency, its these cyber currencies that are out there things like bitcoin. Bitcoin is nothing it just somebody has just decided that. We're going to have these bitcoins and they're digitally implanted end the just existed because somebody said that they existed. The thing with Bitcoin, and these other currencies is there's an infinite supply of them. Now the inventor of Bitcoin may say I'm only going to invent so many bitcoins. What's the Stop Paul from inventing Paul quite and market advance mark quite and somebody else advanced this you can create these digital currencies forever. Gold and the other hands only so much of it. And it's getting harder to find all the gold biding companies say look all the easy goals found. There isn't that much gold. Harvard much goal that's out. There is the goal that currently exists on planet earth. Wind know what that is, but the mining companies have been looking for it forever. I. Mean One of the defining moments in American history was when they discovered gold in the western part of the United States in the early eighteen hundreds that gold rush occurred people ran out to Nevada California to find gold. Imagine if you could find some undiscovered tractive gold somewhere on the planet now. So there's a limited supply of it as opposed to these cyber currencies that you can. Create a new one tomorrow. What if people had been putting my? You know what are the things that drove the cyber currencies was illegal trade people who wanted to buy drugs people who want to illegal foreign transactions people who WanNa move money an untraceable fashion. Well, you know. Something like Bitcoin, which is impossible to follow. was a good way of doing it. Still the value of Bitcoin over the last number of years is exploded and Bitcoin is they say is it's a theory. Oh, I it just it's it's not real. It's just invented, but it has value. Somebody decides today that it has gold is actually tangible. So I think is we're like navigating this new world of just the Fed could do whatever it wants. Whatever economic problem we have. We're to print money to get our way through or going to deal with the deficits by simply printing a fortunate pay office social security and so on. It's going to we're probably headed after forty years of having almost no inflation in the united. States to a period of a lot of inflation and. Isis. If I'm right about this, and if in ten years, gold is somewhere closer to twenty thousand dollars an ounce, the two thousand dollars an ounce which I think is plausible. Gold going up ten times is not out of the realm of possibility. I'm talking about two decades here. People will look back at the day in which Warren Buffet actually bought gold as G. that was a day that we probably should have taken note of, and if you think something can't go up ten times, the stock of Tesla, which was up again today is up seven hundred percent in one year. Is over-valued Dad during that same period of time, the Tesla stock is up seven hundred percent. It sales are up three percent. Thirty W by. Late afternoon show let's give away a thousand bucks. Sizzling summer cash contests, Somebody Nash is GonNa win a thousand dollars sometime between now and seven o'clock text. The would word into two, hundred, two, hundred, the words home h. o. m. e. home. You get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply. In this, they should wide conscious that an interesting comment from a listener. Mark, I understand a lot of people were used to going to sporting events. You're still in that gets the same seeing these things only on TV with no fans there. What about people? Who Never go to game? Say you live up north as it matter to them? I don't know. That's a good question. Is that it? We talked earlier about the guy that lives in Rhinelander if you live at Ryan later right now do you care that the brewers are playing in front of no fans are not given the fact that you probably didn't go to a game all year anyway. Paul said no I. Think it changes the way you watch the game. There's always excitement hearing a crowd roar and so on. But I do suspect that brewer fans like myself will go to a fair number of games. would be more maybe less likely to be following. The team is closely this year given the fact that you're not going basketball's different because just the timing is wrong baseball at least is now being played when baseball is played, the real test will be the NFL now. Paul. Mentions that the Kansas City chiefs for announcing that they're going to allow fifteen thousand fans to go to the first couple of games. Like I, say I just think that announcements useless. I'll believe that when the fifteen thousand fans are allowed in. Mechlin themes Ville as of last week was going to start classes on time last night, they decided to pull the plug the Kentucky Derby which was canceled for May. May and move to Labor Day. Weekend they announced all summer fifty thousand fans are going to be allowed to attend. That's way down to the hundred and fifty thousand they normally after the civil at fifty thousand. Last week the governor of Kentucky Church downs came out well, no general admission. It ought few thousand people there. I mean everybody talks beg until you actually have to do it and nobody's willing to then. Take the risk and go ahead and let people in and it's not going to change until it changes. If you don't want I mean now this. Bill. De Blasios New York. As of Saturday admitted Tuesday. But I don't think the numbers move too much at a couple of days. As of Saturday the number of homicides in New York City in plenty twenty are two, hundred, sixty, three. That's compared to one hundred, ninety six at this time last year. All told one thousand eighty seven shooting victims through eight hundred, eighty eight incidents sometimes whether one person shot. That's compared to five hundred, seventy, seven shooting victims last year. So the number of shootings nearly double. And the murders in New York, up homicides up from one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty to sixty three. Is this because of covid not many people believe the increase in the homicide rate across the United States is attributable to hope to call people locked up at home. Campers flaring domestic incidents plus but essential problems that answer concerns creating tension more people turning to crime and. The argument that way more people are turning to drugs because they're bored to tears. Thus creating crime passable explanation maybe yes. Maybe no we also know that the BLASIO has backed off on policing significantly and that number to sixty three compared to one ninety-six one, ninety-six from last year was up a lot from the year before twenty-eight teed but. Before we offer reacted say New York is a hill. And the numbers in New York, are terrifyingly going in the wrong direction. Two hundred and sixty three homicides in New York so far this year, right New York's population the city, not the Metro area, which is larger the city. Of New, York the five boroughs is eight, million, four, hundred, thousand. The population of the city of Milwaukee is five, hundred thousand. You know how many homicides we have this year one, hundred nine. Worldly one, hundred and fifty, four high New York and They York is up way up. We're at one hundred nine. To, put that in perspective, Milwaukee has roughly one homicide for every five thousand residents. New. York. It's about one for every thirty, three thousand. That was quick math in my head. But as I say New York has two hundred and sixty nine homicides in a city of eight point four million in their fretting that that's a terrible number at it is. One hundred nine, we're one sixteenth, the population. Added is in this city that were firing the police chief for being too tough that we have a city council has voted to downsize the police department. The numbers in Chicago are way higher the New York. So my point is, is that while people rightly draw attention to the increase in violence this year New York do understand. The murder rate that we have right here in Milwaukee is terrible. At a much higher percentage of the population. You are far likelier to be murdered in Milwaukee that New York even though New York has more murders. They. have as I said, more than sixteen times, the population of the city of Milwaukee yet in Milwaukee arbiter rate is right around for a little. It's a little bit over forty percent of New York's hundred, nine to two hundred and sixty three cents lost all enthusiasm for sports. This year is that what you're saying? You've noticed others I would say, I'm at sixty percent. I would say I'm at about sixty percent. and. The NBA's just a hard one to read because that's the season's everything's different baseball. We missed the first half of the season. Otherwise it's kind of apples to apples baseball would be going on right now. At it is going on. There's just no fans there, and it's this weird thing where you're playing the same teams over and over again. I'm still paying attention I. Still Hope box can turn it around and win the NBA Championship but it doesn't win anywhere near as much to me as it would. I would say sixty well, it's just over half had lost the I just under half my enthusiasm or still have about sixty percent of it. The NFL will be if they do play another test of that one. Of the points that I made earlier about all these things shutting down lacking down and so on. When people get out of the habit of doing something often they never come back. You're seeing this with these department stores you're seeing it with a lot of these restaurants once people find other things to do with their tied to automatically assume that they're going to come back to you. It's not always a safe assumption two more things before we end up the program commenting earlier, the problems with regard to the murder rates in the cities and the things going on with the schools and so on. Another another just spectacular tweet from trump. You've got a lot of people's I wish they'd stop him from tweeting. You're not one of them are you don't want him to stop tweeting. Do you? Oh you do or you don't. Want trump to stop tweeting or not. Well, here's the thing. Admittedly some of his tweets I get what he tries to. He sometimes tries to distract attention from something else he drives him crazy with other things every now, and then he just puts something. Perfectly. This is trump plea from yesterday if left wing Democrats can't run a city why on earth would you let them run your country? Dot. Dot Essentially the whole thing. I I just seven seconds. GotTa, like about that. Is that Ted? So my career there that's that's it. We'd just repeat that over I just do that run out of out of one of those continual loops devout and fight elite this we were talking earlier in the program about the school district summer opening summer night in summer doing the hybrid where in between. The following example to me is fascinating because we were discussing how a lot of this geographical the farther away you get from a big city like say, Milwaukee the likelier the out to have the schools open entirely, and the closer you are in other words the closer you out of the liberal hub, the more likely that a shut it doubt. We have an interesting situation in south central Milwaukee County. As you know in some of our communities. The school district overlaps geographic boundaries. I mentioned yesterday's program there's Franklin School district, but there's also. Franklin a small portion of Franklin is in there without creek. The most interesting of all. Is in south central. MILWAUKEE. County you have to communities, Greenfield and Greenvale. They're right next to one another except Greenvale sort of a donut hole. It's not really like things villas in back Juan but greenfield both east and west of Greenvale, cut of runs, laps around them, and then you have all the widnall school district would be the west side of the city of Greenfield and it takes a little hales corners to. So you've got Greenfield Greenvale at whitall same General Geographic region, right? Three different school districts though. Greenfield decided no. In person at all, they're going to do it all virtual. Green Dale hybrid some in person some virtual in other words some days the kids are in school someday they stay home. And what? They voted last night seven to nothing. All Em- person. Three different districts same. Not Exact obviously because they run right. But the communities are right next to one another and they're all kind of hugged around the. Greenfield Greenfield runs a block from twenty Seventh Street to one hundred twenty three days in the Middle Hills quotas on the other end. So the district the fire west side of that read which. Totally Open. The community that's talked to the Middle Greenvale hybrid and then Greenfield which sort of rims around the both of them. No in person at all. Two months from now, which kids do you think we'll be better off. If the answer is quitnow. Then we ought to close down all the schools and just everything virtual with that. As Program Now obviously, all three of those districts at public school teachers in my guess is that the attitudes of the teachers they're all the same what would the difference being the three communities? Obviously, Greenfield school board is crappier than Greenfield's witne. All's is even less crappier than Greenfield in each of those communities. 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I guess to some some degree but when I'm looking at the Orleans now because I think seven years ago but I'm looking right now with our doing too often most likely it's going to happen but it's not because I think there is a communist propaganda in Euro I cool thank you have a good usually there's a book titled it usually begins with Ayn rand testing to begin with I'm sorry did you know the conference I've got two children call this now they called it objectivism individualism or whatever the heck they call it but you're going this is there's got to be other people read this book on talk about where they at is that was that basically it is that right now bad not perfect all right whatever I so here we have Greg now is it Gregory Grigori when I when I rent on all of these philosophy philosophical ideas and I told them this is something that barten- whatever gets to women all right so this is go ahead and give me your story you've heard me talking about you have leaning towards even wanting to go to this did where'd you get the marketing how did you even know where to go well I found it on facebook one of their organization the May discount I'd say your name what Your Mama gave it to you is is Jay your she you guys got different neighbor everything all right for the youth of Europe under all this brexit which really argument we want to be left alone no we're going to tell everybody what to do all the time that air twitch dot dot FM that's twitch dot L. DOT FM it's time for declare your independence they don't understand you know and Europe is the school system you know propaganda from the television radio the bus station as whatever no individualism no go ahead and go to the next one real quick glen thanks okay one is this what's his name thanks for having us there so give me a chance to do it Greg Kowalczek Pie Welsh I think I liked him facebook and that promoted in one of the post gave what was the you know the enticement is like no here where you know the women are topless I mean what why why did you go to go deeper into those either entrepeneurship without the state getting cut no no no no the answer is no where the American mindset has the answer is always yes just how much I mean you know it's like that's going through just to get them to even listen to you I'm wondering is it a personality trait that you know you say polling around Europe that people they'd just if i Prince Ideas I went to why why would you want to go deeper into libertarian from atlas shrugged friend of you made you read it you go what the hell are they in Europe you know especially living in the modern Western Europe so it's so great to be liberty calm so I can get my hopes up again well I tell you what happened Scotland when braveheart came in mindset what do you think the percentage of the popularity of the support of the positions that you support in this freedom Oreo communities is there a bunch of people waiting to no yes we can do that show me the money and it's all about half the politicians whatever money's GonNa give you more options and freedom so my thing is I'm going all right I always thought his rights like me but there was always like provocative from all sides even from school they don't need ego because the hoop much earlier you know and this is something this is the this is the white alleged so that's why I want to go deeper into the out in the mid nineties they go we used to be independent we want our old parliament we demand it I mean you know it's just and we just had a couple from a Myers Briggs test and they go they're going to take this and we target them or is it organic see I need to understand what the future is in the next five ten years Ireland we met at an Arca poke over last couple of years they came here on holiday they spent like a week and a half just doing America and in Ireland right go behind you as long as they see some movement man the rallies of two hundred thousand people who wanna hear everything Glenn Cripe Essay or or you got up hill battle ten percent of the people American Founding Fathers Sander Visionary War I think only ten twenty percent of people who are actually involved in Florida Lanark Vegas Zona Arkadelphia covered I guarantee you put an inner icus libertarian meet up with something in Ireland's GonNa blow up all over the place boom is and do you have the same opportunities in Europe when you do that they're just all kinds of other libertarians or do you have to go to Italy coq one of them is it a personality thing or an age thing Chadian like-minded depot to finally someone who speaks about policies based on principle personal interest oh my God okay Okay Liberty Institute in two thousand five and our events there's always one of I send usually both of us at programs this is so self because most of the regulations from the yield people in Britain have nothing to say but also politicians Joseph as the next few hours this is where this is what I'm thinking this is what I'm thinking here me out okay this is my point is that a lot of people don't go man you just don't get it and you won't be one of those guys you think you're one of those guys you you look in your mind you go you know I'm kind of one of those guys are you are you are you both so easy to get business here's the next person okay okay this is Andy I this is my colleague and business and having to hear about the brakes thing for the last few years it was nice to finally go better the Liebler tecom to join my tribe are we making progress is coming more rapidly as exponential exponential are you starting to get a lot of activity or is it a struggle tell me where you're at now and insist that thank you now you're from Poland we have a lot of people from the were you influenced by any of the other students that came from Poland the arguments for and against so the allergy test to be a to be able to govern ourselves and they'll be governed by people from Brian in your perspective yeah we can't Andy from your perspective you've been doing this for over a decade so you're going nerve co-founder of language liberty we met in two thousand four and we've created we run out of time here real quick your final one there Glenn Glenn do that and then we'll get everybody together now give them a round robin now we'll get back to your greg he's now there's a movie that aims back the government has no more right to tell us what to put in our bodies than they have to take our guns or tell us what war is nothing but a farce the second amendment says you got to keep you engine get intact the road freedom film by Michael When you go back to Scotland and you talked about it they're like yeah you know we're yeah we're in because I was telling the guys ago man where are these anarchist nor capote impressed over the years and I was always supported the what you're doing glen because I knew this was going to have a big impact for many people that I was influenced by Yatzik actually organizes the whole event I am from Poland Batallions south in the United Kingdom so it's GonNa happen who are the people why are they going to follow what you think's important thing the problem is we don't seem to convince everybody middle of the Republican Ireland right in the middle of all this brexit stuff hem come on and talk about it what do you think of the brexit thing whether you think the real issue is about uh-huh certain personalities they're they generally young now we'll talk 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I'm Mary Sherman for Public News Service member and listener supported and online public news talks continue at the Minnesota Capitol on how to get insulin into the hands of those who need it but can't afford it Mike Mohan reports the average insulin price has risen this is p. n. s. as much of the East Coast experiences unseasonably warm temperatures scientists studying the Gulf of Maine point to its rapid warming eighty five percent since two thousand four team according to good Rx Minnesota lawmakers are trying to address the price hikes but the GOP led Senate and the DFL that house had different views l. to agree and take a vote in special session waiting until the regular session next spring could be devastating I we'll know more people are going to be rationing their influence news on the best approach Kim Munson is with the Minnesota Chapter of T. One international a group that advocates for people with type one diabetes she says if lawmakers kind of getting a sneak preview of some of the conditions that we expect later in the century and that you know other ecosystems are going to see down the line and pershing points out that Science Service Dot Org bet lies before me what because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have these three it's a one strike you're out policy so you miss your reporting for one month you missed hurting in your paperwork and you lose your health coverage there are exemptions to the proposal including parents let us make them remember just studying the Gulf of Maine have the opportunity to try to come up with solutions to mitigate the effects of warming oceans and then export these ideas to other regions the state's newly expanded Medicaid Program lawmakers passed a bill this year requiring that recipients ages nine thousand nine hundred fifty nine work at least twenty hours a week to maintain medicaid those down wind from New Mexico's Trinity Site were excluded from the legislation it has afforded compensation in healthcare coverage to other down winters in some uranium see and after a century of Lord I remember that miners and the down wind of New Mexico deserve not one dime or not one dime less government has paid out more than two billion dollars in claims since nineteen ninety ah come on all right Charles go yet wrote some books I want to be here because of the path that lies behind me he wrote books about stuff New York Times bestseller unlocked one hundred and twenty something Radio Stations Ron Paul's America with him for a while and of course he was the number one in his slot super-duper talk show host here in Arizona all do that the Charles go yet is the author or any come on how long have we known each other how many times audience to know who you are and I happened a long time ago you know but that was there's a foundation here in Arizona why is it always Arizona why telling you it was thousands of people that you know a spouse the freedom of which was every day on your radio show this foundation that's why Don allowed me to stay whatever it was you came by and and Ernie said you know every day I look don I think what a good looking woman I remember that really clearly and I sit Ernie air got at least three to five legislators came by one put their stamp on what I'm like yeah I was kind of behead I go so no we appreciate Donna Donna and that was one thing when we had the the vaccine education summit this last Saturday that went that was big now we had like one hundred and fifty people in more Charles needs a purdue okay that's all right you can do Charles I remember one day when we're on on the air in one of the stations or whatever and veered under the declare your independence Amir Sangakkara visas from the studio right and I probably tells you that everyday like he should don't she freaking reminds me I'm going you have no idea how people you know I win has your my wife it's all about me it's about me me me me me I win that's the best thing you've said all day with for the win of a guy you know he's there with his friends and doing he just figured he'd yell at a wine glass if you get a break and it broke it went viral give me that freaking thing Earning and I were talking about the show and we were sitting there and you came in you were like on the other side of the glass or something just came in you know bring Ernie the car keys thing but you've focused a lot on national stuff you're you're really more of a you had a national audience they were cultivating you for and going onto uh-huh she was one of the primaries working with undoing the summit and she didn't get in it and I was like all ain't going over either we made sure that she got pictures with later and kind of be worked for major motion picture studios and they're both executives and they both live in southern California and both can afford it I've been married since two thousand and eight so we are eleven years married I'm happy as my Gosh possibly be already eleven years and we have yeah no she's always she's like no I'm good you know whatever you know so this has been your trouncing through Arizona politics and every married Allie I've been together we actually met in two thousand six we became we decided to share one single house key in two thousand seven and yeah deep and you know I and I wanNA be around my grandkids and my kids and stuff but I you know don't move features that we had there wasn't doing pictures Donald Witness you've got work and she's out doing something she didn't get into picture I'm like yeah she has two grandkids I have three grandkids so that's five we're not in your league at all but but I still have one son that's not even married yet you know he's still oh really Stephen still batches audience about that if you're willing to talk about him because you know their fate is in their hands and stuff but they're both in the motion picture business and they're both they both ought to do the opportunity was there you just chose wisely ethics oh I accept whatever whatever don't you how's your life now you got added decision to make and use that and want that bad yeah but you know it was I never I never came to a crossover I had a decision you know where like I could go it's not gonNa be good if you WANNA address it up and get other people to look at it well there were some debt del big treat had Irene Pie we're working episode of South Park Season Five hundred eighty whatever it is right so it's episode two they just started this season this whole episode last night was on it and stuff so we'll have more grandkids down the road but anything you WanNa talk about your your sons they got interesting careers in perspective they share with us on time hiccup and they're they're very happy and of course my hope would always be that they would come back to Arizona you know I've got deep roots in this state Nice but not a bunch of so I'm like sorry don fortunately not a big giant crap she says I've heard about all the public attention I won't from the sensors of China because you're not going to be able to get that accident money market unless you do what they say is that true well I'm sure it's true and China influence in American movies in theaters and studios and they were talking about yoga do your there's no money in albums anymore they have little rock in the United States you know some somebody said you know you can't show this couple naked in bed or you know we're going to give you an R. rated and a lot of the theaters whatever right so they go okay we'll give that we'll let you like show it then you have the sexual orientation stop if you have you know you would love it it's about NPA and how they do that the structure and you got all these different directors and actors because they did a movie a documentary engineering that they do through that if you have a violent movie like scarface or something all heck no that's an x-ray NC seventeen of chainsaw massacre to the whatever teenage sex at Camp what you call it Friday the thirteenth Jason Jason Jason comment it's okay as long as they're killed for their grandparents there's to rise by voluntary interactions unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown private investigator to find out who these people are because it's all secret you know as the industry can regulate itself thing going this was very and you could see the social and economic absolutely sure it's a huge market and of course they wanna be because you know there are a billion people that could buy movie tickets and go to the movies I've shirt but it's the same thing that had the United States look choose to turn the fork on the left of the Fergana right I'm always you did I never had choice of course you did okay had to do what I had to do just like you have to and they miss it and I sent him a picture of me in the pool with the the dog diving in the other day dive into the tennis ball sent them the video that and they both go oh God we just instill claims to own US when it crosses into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed it's simply miss we miss it but you never come back I mean not in the fast lane that they're in you know yeah but what is that fast lane it has been it was built even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving jury summons is basically winning the sedition lottery but if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed join the conversation at pirateswithoutborders dot com looking for a great real estate investment considering New Hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty but then they had the China Center stand their uniforms of. 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Are you going to old-fashioned publishers bosses in New Hampshire and Maine and stuff with Bob Anderson working on it on we'll be doing the show on the road and I'm trying to you know Dr Frank you take on some time you know Liberty Advisor Eh one belt China Oh hey this is why this is good last night I go up and I see there's feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insists that you participate in your own oppression a jury summons provides irrelevant most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones that accept their bondage these house slaves see no contradiction going to hear myself introducing myself probably yeah and welcome back there Ernest Hancock thing the voice that you hear which is you know when you know you recognizable in the voice out because Charles East coming back radio someday someday this may be in this it I can't announce it yet because it's not mind of hadn't really been on my radar there is a meam of Joe Biden and his son and it's got this viral mean that you know trump has post you mark warden can help stay calm imagine someone in your community getting their car turning on the radio and hearing the don't really WanNa move move their Zona I mean if the form what do you do well no I'm just saying if the entertainment industry moving there was a proper I mean it's not like they hate the desert or anything they love it lesson in there so you had sex as a fee right that is exactly I'm going who in the hell is compared to the Pentagon's control the dogs com that's Church Shire Society Dot Com love what we do lease help support international satellite channels at Patriotic Dot ever spoken to his son hundred that one okay so this is you know twitter is removing yeah me all the story Oh my God viral mean posted by President trump highlighted Joe Biden's duplicity on his sons business dealings in response to a claim by the copyright owner. The Mimi showed Biden the nine fall aircraft carrier pictures you you bet through from the sixth letter of Captain Mark a pirate's life is deserve free Phoenix cool off see I did pretty good that time Charles show me do a day or so and then if we can let's convince Charles go yet one thing is the Charles test to it so if I if I do your show him play around with you guys you know so he got caught in the photo of the guys and the idea that you know some copyright holder would stop them from circulating this this photo I don't care all the stuff that's in your book we're not saying it's in the book but it's stuff he knows about that might be in the book no no no all right so we're not gonNA talk about so I try to talk Charles and while we're gone I'm going to be on the road for a few weeks go into Boston area the guy don't know nothing about nothing of course they got a picture do you know what they're talking about why kind of know the whole story but I'm not sure what you're talking about the me twitter removed all the rejoinders everything that's Charles you know he did that can I use your silky tones why yes you can't do so those because we've got to keep the about Ukraine and the oil company so what I never talked about it so here's a picture of him on the on the on the golf course I mean of course he stinks stinks stinks well of course it stinks all of this stuff sticks and and you know what stinks even even more than just the sheer crony on your for high school you know Kyle and then they're sitting there what are they doing right so they go all record oh yeah we got assigned you man and we're GonNa make some money in China aw hunter I guess is he comes back with a you know ability billion dollar capital deal for an investment fund or something like that I mean the stuff their lips it's the same thing as China deal were Biden and an hundred go over to China on Air Force two and Biden junior and people doing letting the frigging military industrial surveillance complex give a billion dollars to some corrupt nuts regime in Ukraine what the hell is this now is the deal yeah and so they're fighting over a hundred was just advising a company of course Oh simple we're going to give them a billion dollars for foreign aid hadn't been Israel for like ever it's been every country on the face of the Earth where the merchants the different but it's a publisher and it's theirs to announce it's not minded announce so that's not public yet but anyway that's the name of the book it's about freedom and we're trump in behind it and I don't care about that twitter's removing a photo of four guys golfing and has hundred Biden Joe Biden and one of awesome of all of this stuff guys like twitter taking pictures Dan yeah that's in here's what really sticks to me is what in the hell are the are the American public ation of this picture will the reason they would stop the publications pictures because Joe Biden said I never I never ever ever talked to my son in war machinery from American merchants of death and stuff but they don't have any money they're broke well how are they going to buy American merchants of deaths production if they don't have any money so you can when you're ready man we'll promote and push the crap out of it come on and talk talk about one thing I haven't really I just started hearing about this this is a thing that talked about it here's a picture of him on the golf course his son and one of the other guys on the board of the Ukrainian oil company eighteen holes of golf with the words Ukraine never passed in Ukraine thing you know the Ukraine owed probably billions of rubles to Russia but they didn't have the reason the AK forty seven is seen as you know the freedom tool and all that kind of stuff is just a people are able to razz up and what happens is you got the united but what now we're visibly at odds with Russia right and Russia bad and Russia the bad but all of this money going to Ukraine in over the name right now we're not really fighting over looking for the best yeah some kind of about freedom stuff and stuff fudges the economy I tell you what what shall we talk about today ms four hundreds or whatever it reminds the memory hole you know in in nineteen eighty four Oh oh she has always been at war with East Asian so in the lose the copyright holder took a picture or something I don't know it doesn't matter filled out the form it doesn't matter but the point is you know why would anybody stop the the money to pay Russia back so the International Monetary Fund the plunders the American people and gives them money to Ukraine it works it comes out it comes out of the pockets the American people is billion dollars it goes to Washington the guys in Congress go have drinks with the guys in the serving the empire they're all serving the greater glory of the state it's just enough to make you sick in the American people are the victims of it you know the one thing that I see state's going all over the world with these big giant zillion dollar deals with somebody willing to be able to sign the paper of you know how did you know you pay for that well we just got it from these guys Oh and you know whatever and when we fund it we paid for it and they get all armed well who's up against all that it was Russia influence capitalism and with our money to foreign aid of hundred got a job I mean you know all this stuff is just transparent but what are we doing now hillary and there's the fighting camera Harrison there's the fighting trump and stuff but they're all they're all serving their masters and they're all serving the military industrial complex they're all was to go guaranteed the bonds of Russian investors in gas prominence of I mean it's just it's it's it's also liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com there are a bunch of people there who are already in the Shire and they won circle to a board and of 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I just give you one story about how that is I had a show on Ktar night a long time ago when you and I first met Thursday stuff and they were on the tour and things and you know it just it's just the way they kind of wanted that show to be a lot of author interviews and so you know read stacks and stacks of books all we want yeah that's one reason why Neal Charles needed granite tops top you good bang yeah ax is the average American family of four pain to service the US debt that's held by China so you know you he would use the back of Charles paper because he didn't want so much freaking waste going on is right you're killing lots of trees tree killer that's right but Ernie always teased me about is like I'd have new stories that'd be talking about something came off Yahu or something came off you know we printed some story out of you know the sun and the emphasis on that show design by my design but the emphasis on that show was a lot of author interviews because you know there are a lot of their lots of interesting yeah you take one sheets have been it over you won't be rush limbaugh you know he he turned a page and so on okay well I did it for you so now I'm on the other side of my first book comes out I'm on the other side of the story I'm doing interviews all over the country and radio stations and I had some little thing in there I don't I I might come on tell me why I'm supposed to read this book Charles would read the book then I get them on you know I've matured Ernie is X Y and Z equal and he goes or I'm not sure and I go well that's funny it's on page one hundred twenty seven in your book tell them what X. Y. Z. adds up to the go look stuff up we'll tell me you know is it true that x y and z equals would what that big copy because he had coke bottle glasses or something Mr Magoo whatever his name was he would he would do print out his new stuff you got Freedoms Phoenix wherever guests a lot but what Charles would do I need these four hundred seventy three pages per now and I get so I come to work I get in there and so many trees because he wouldn't go to a lot of the stories you never got to but you know that's you over produce and you always say well there was a news guy there I just I thought well I'll give a vivid example of this is what this is remember what it was it was like how much income tax by read the books but we're not ahead of guy on I wish I could remember who it was and I and I said so tell me at sometimes more about their subjects that they did I'm not trying to in London or something we have a story every three or four pages and and I always wanted paper clipped together instead of stapled and are you going so like I'm doing this tour and some guy goes so tell me Charles how much debt is the American household Actually have to pay yeah I'm looking forward to you come in and I'll definitely be listening to you get back on the Mike because you know Charles is great at this stuff and he actually reads the books the four hundred sixty three dollars a year you know to service the US debt to China is that who knows I have no idea what it is again whatever you'll know what ideas you about okay. I dislike tease him about there'd be a bunch of stuff to print out which Donna does Ah let me just I'm a staple this together and go yeah but could use a paper clip instead you know why because I don't like the Russell the you know the sound of wrestling the paper in China is a major creditor remember that factoid man so some number I have no idea what it was you know maybe it was the average American household is paying you know Simpson's impossible to remember on these tours okay this is the one question at now's a good time to ask you when you were on the clear channel affiliate here between in the hands of people so you know you write something in February and then it doesn't come out until the following January and you get little factoid in air about four hundred thirty seven dollars to service the debt that China holds and I go I have no idea heels that's funny eight hundred twenty seven in your book gene in her office that said what is something like some something bazaar about all no person is wrong all opinions are valid or something like that you know and I'm just like roll my eyes you're right back in the early ninety ninety one or something I do in my activism I wound up on your show and I go I get it you know you go hey man touting neighbor Radio Karma but you know you're right you're right you're right this stuff and and in the traditional publishing the old line publishers and so it's a long time between when you ride it and when it's finally printed Brown they say my representative is so when we met you can tell there is a political mindset and some people and the guide freak man all that paper and we'd just like this is the deal we get reams of paper a week get over the way it is cost of doing business knew what was going on there was a sign in the in the executive producers office this this this true I mean I think how this would fly today but there is a sign whenever there is a liberty oriented talk show host we'd like make a campaign at we need to show some love man there needs to be some port support and signs and all well we got Jim Sharpe the morning Gig over there and she called me and she goes where you behind those cycle not as far as you know politics here in the nation the economic international and as it applies here in the people the mindset in Arizona who would know better than Charles go ahead I can't take a we'll be right back are you a crypto currency advocate the crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help I'm going you go Nah I'm good well of course they didn't renew your contract and became where we were we work together and kind of and we knew each other hey ABC anyway where stern was and I remember we've done a lot of things you know for you and Jim Sharpe and other guys people discover crypto currency it's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a cash tip when the server scandal Qr code it'll bring up an explanation of Remember you tell me that you go I go how come you don't talk radio's howdy neighbor radio man we don't get that deep on but you were libertarian philosophically it's coming Arizona Twenty twenty I met with Shauna Bolic's last Friday okay no Clint Bolic's Supreme Court justices wife is a representative in crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip if they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email Michael thank you know what do you think the politics and Arizona is going to be in two thousand twenty go McCain's gone we have it's Kinda Purple State where the hell that means we got all the corrupted Freddie radio network that's promote dot L. 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RN DOT FM there are those that just want to be left alone and offer nothing control we would put up signs for stuff to just be butthead then call the newspaper and say you know vote you know this person for that and hood so good so good not good I'm Jay helps at the first federal precedent for Internet free speech in one thousand nine hundred not and ever since his work to prevent unconstitutional roadblocks and cyberspace came back deal just so get over it became a thing so I'm not claiming obviously you know how well do do not get over the thing that Charles has always been is a standard here in the valley and you've had big impact on a lot of government Rican boondoggle or whatever you stopped a lot of stuff you know you if you didn't stop it you sure as hell articulated the argument against it it had long legs you know people in the interview for Four Liberty was documentary on Ron Paul thing and we're over at your places when your agent called in that you'd sold the book and conversation I mean for a hangover and the answer is you know don't go drink so much on Saturday night and you'll find Sunday morning hangover gets cured real fast it's the same thing with America you know if if people think you can have twenty two point six trillion dollars in federal debt and you can have ten dollars and yeah in unacknowledged whatever it was and when I came in a little bit and I got admonished by my board op say you're talking to you're not allowed to sing the rejoin Gwen I hidden below the waterline below the iceberg debt and if people think you can squander the the people's capital so there's no capital left in better prepared now or not really the really ill prepared something we just have to go through some somebody says you know what do you do what's the best cure you know their consumption and their lifestyle and then it can go on forever it's okay so you don't have to call it Karma but it's just sort of a law reckon the capitalist country if people think you can do all of this stuff if people think that you can treat generations to the assumption that somebody will pay for their minutes before Charles Man you're times common don't worry about it let's go on to become an again another book you got and I'm going all hail watch this you know so that's why I do it is just kind of you know screw them you know it was making a comment about your singing ever you know but it it adds to the resume and you get your New York Times bestselling author and you got another book coming out you've got some screenplays so this is when you started I remember we were doing when you do that a bunch of the stories that we've been archiving three hundred thousand plus over the past fifteen plus years since fifteen was so that's like fourteen years Ron Paul Lovell Lucien logo yeah we did and we're kind of part of the what do yeah I have no idea what you're talking about dude search engine on Freedoms Phoenix is now better than Google could when you go to Google and has a feature on there and you go in the search I will say free still talk about time goes on that starts to go you know it's just like you know it's been got eleven years associates to love Aleutian in I go yeah I can't I know that's why you know one time I did I tell you what it was I played Boston or Queen or something you know are fighting so bitterly now you know things have gotten really really ugly and you know they tweeted each other and they wanna impeach one another and they wanna kill each other and stuff like this go away from me but anything else especially Yahoo we still a lot of stuff from Yahoo Yahoo News well I encouraged all our writers and everything not to use Yahoo stop are the holy crap hundreds of thousands of freedom orient just go to freebies phoenix dot com and search that I then you'll find it he who controls the past the economic law reckoning you know two sides of the balance sheet and so they never led a good crisis go to waste they create this all gets Oh yes I can I go yeah you're right I do well freaking do it I haven't support optel me that I can't really well we're so all day ext dot com google anything from Google but it was on famous phoenix it'll it'll come up or I can search my own engine or you can just search google without it on Youtube Google searches have anymore we read created are certainly making a bigger deal do some releases here in a few weeks but the six because after a month or two they just go away you know they don't stay so what's what what should stay you know what the what do you hope the next generation gets come after and the nats where the role of the people you and I whatever influencers Kinda kneel halo which is why so many things get band breakdown and here's what happens under the circumstance they become more and more desperate hold power so it's what you see from the state there it will I mean the reason it's gotten so ugly as because the resources that they use to buy office and stuff for shrinking and so the fights get more and more desperate and they're trying to the pious shrinking and so the politics are getting much more desperate this what's going on in the whole culture though too it's the exact same thing you know the more that they are losing power record for posterity and stuff it's the best thing is about to all of our stuff now is not just on a server it's on multiple servers on a node network kind of like you know Elodie or you're making a comment about what you should and should not be allowed I'm sure there's a little bit of both in there but it was but yeah no it's me all the time I can't sing either and I don't go I that we've had it on there and I go I know wrote about I notice I know it so we redid the search engine on us I go there it is Google is trimming crapload solution all these problems is for them to you know take a little more of a you know kind of zinn approach yeah we're losing our power y while we didn't use it wisely and we've squandered it and we're bad p they are losing their grip it's unstoppable they are losing their grip this is what you're always been on the leading edge they're losing their grip they will not have their forever but in the Google controls the president who controls the president controls the future though game plan because the whole game so all this stuff goes down the memory hole. I'm glad you're you know preserving but you know it's all it's all kind of it's unfolding kind of in slow motion all of this stuff you know that there's a reason that the status on the left and the status and the right Decentralized nodes for crypto stuff but they're planetary file-sharing is for that reason because I know that a lot of stuff that we that's why we had to mid page where you go to the mid page the legal system I don't have to tell your listeners everybody knows it the the legal system the education system the government system every institution of our lives in meantime they become more and more desperate that means more and more thera authoritarian corner tire violent yeah exactly to try to hold on the success that the the re for over the minds of all the all the institutions of our lives are in crisis breakdown I mean churches the really ugly periods what do you think it's going to be instigated violence I mean they've tried you got to have a civil war we got antef over here we got proud boys over here and they arrived the debt foreign policy North Korea China Russia I know Charles has no opinion about something so we're going to get into that and maybe I'll you will do it you know watch me the kind of your will and we got well when we come back that's what we'll focus on the bullet stuff like that we should just you know gracefully let go of things the first things on the leading edge that we can't really they should start realizing the nature of the Times go to article because I want some of that some of the article comments on it links to other stopped so that that doesn't go away I guarantee that will you all eighty five percent of the gun murders in America are hand goods in k. forty-seven hi chuck is out because it's not like you know the fat old days of the Great Society and Lbj and Richard Nixon's when so much American money to plunder to buy your way to offices on this always come what do you think is common is it going bad or are we going to be better you'll all the economic stuff that's happening twenty twenty election cycle impeachment of you know the people at the time that the wheel is turning in they're going to lose their power but instead they resist they dig in their heels and things become more violent more polarized and it can lead the squeeze out it'd be a little secret secret secret squeeze out what books going to be a balance you never know we might by accident I got tricked then I'm loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something important is happening here and just wanted to come to sort of be part of that visit when you're GonNa stop working sometime everything they say is a lie you know I got I watched a lot of TV over the last couple couple of days and the this gun thing I guess is eh action we've been through this before you and I've gone to cover this stuff over and over and over do you think I keep doing it because I guess it keeps working yeah no he's like maybe alleys like Nah I vote but I tell you there's GonNa be some fun what might we use commercial interruptions so that you know like Charles gets the talk and stuff so we're gonna go ahead and just because we gotta get into you know European Union and I was all nonsense so why are they focused on a. k. forty-sevens because it's people defend against the guys we're going to keep going a lot of the other stuff that's going on our plans for what's going to happen twenty twenty election cycle what Charles might if he'd been trying to recruit him to run for something like forever why not just because of the way somebody who designed the grip or something but but the but the funny thing is it's all sold to the people as you know to reduce murders gun violence and stuff on the same bus and got this concert seriously you know I mean there's videos go name animal you know they're like right and then they go out and take positions because of Baidoa rourke or something to the gun thing has been front and center on all the you know the nighttime Fox CNN MSNBC The gut the thing and all they're talking about is assault weapons which worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to our Internet feed L. 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American jobs are supported by experts within North America Ford Motor Company's President of Automotive Joe Henrik's explains the trade deal is especially crucial for the auto industry time for workers the United States Mexico Canada Agreement or US MCA would replace the nineteen ninety-four agreement known as NAFTA twelve million you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven hour by news this stream is claims that nuclear talks between the two countries were good are misleading the public discussions between the countries broke down on Saturday North Korea warned demint there are calls for US lawmakers to approve the deal by the end of November with hopes that Canada will ratify it around the same time North Korea said Sunday the US having a competitive US MCA agreement ratified certified we can plan the business is very important to our manufacturing footprint into our employees Mexico's already ratified the the US does not change its approach by the end of the year then relations between the two countries may immediately come to an end back here in the states victims compensation from the nation's first atomic bomb tests conducted in New Mexico nearly seventy five years ago. 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One international a group that advocates for people with type one diabetes she says in Medicaid Eligibility in Idaho benchmarks that Liz would riff with closed the gap Idaho calls punitive red tape Idaho would be one of the most restrictive program is risen fifty five percent since two thousand fourteen according to good Rx Minnesota lawmakers are trying to address the price hikes but the GOP led Senate and the DFL that house had a public service dot Org the proposal that calls on drug makers to provide free insulin supplies for up to a year for those who meet income requirements DFL lawmakers want to allow emergency supplies without so that means we're kind of getting a sneak preview of some of the conditions that we expect later in the century and the other ecosystems going to see down the line pershing points other regions that will likely be facing them in the next few decades. I'm Nadia Ramleh Gone Not Idaho where officials are asking the feds to allow the state to at work rest lawmakers failed to agree and take a vote in special session waiting until the regular session next spring could be devastating first-half we will know more people are going to be rationing ah how the thirty ninth commander and chief is the longest living. US President in history. I'm Mary Sherman Four Public News Service member and listener supported and online in Flynn my biggest fear would be that we will see another death like we did over the summer with Jesse Ran boy who died over the summer GOP leaders are gala concert. 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Some divisive cases are untapped for the Supreme Court's new session and a top automaker goals for progress on a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico the patch anti gun regulations on Friday the justices added an abortion case the percents Justice Brett Kavanagh's confirmation created a stronger conservative it on the only thing you can pick me on thirty a senior member of the House Democratic Caucus says they have the two hundred seventeen votes needed to pass articles of impeachment against President trump stemming from his Ukraine call uh-huh birthright also an intelligence official who has spoken to the Inspector General Congressional leaders still are trying to hammer out a new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico and supporters you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live sleep for seven by newsbeat say there is a lot on the line for workers the United States Mexico Canada Agreement or US MCA would replace the nineteen ninety-four agreement known as Nafta even before their planned hearings or formal investigation lawyers representing the whistleblower in the case against the president say a second whistle blower has come forward yeah twelve million American jobs are supported by exports within North America Ford Motor Company's President of Automotive Joe Henrik's explains the trade deal as especially crucial that Sunday the US's claims that nuclear talks between the two countries were good are misleading the public discussions between the countries broke down on Saturday yeah North Korea warned that if the US does not change its approach by the end of the year then relations between the two countries may immediately come to an end back here in in Albuquerque today Roz Brown has the details in Nineteen Ninety Congress passed the radiation exposure compensation act to provide money and health benefits it was already ratified the agreement there are calls for US lawmakers to approve the deal by the end of November with hopes that Canada will ratify around the same time North Korea the state victim compensation from the nation's first atomic bomb tests conducted a New Mexico nearly seventy five years ago will be the subject of a field oversight hearing for uranium miners and people living down wind from nuclear weapons tests who later developed serious illnesses but Tina Cordoba who will testify today for the two larosa based downwinders consortium says those down wind from New Mexico's Trinity Site were excluded from the legislation it has afforded compensation in healthcare coverage for the auto industry having a competitive US MCA agreement ratified certified so we can plan. The business is very important to our manufacturing footprint and to our employees the main point to its rapid warming as a harbinger of what climate change might mean for other parts of the globe a few years ago chief scientific officer at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute shoot Andrew pershing says he and colleagues determined that the Gulf was heating up faster than ninety nine percent of the world's oceans were warming at about four times in working order department unclaimed since nineteen ninety this is P. N. S. as much of the East Coast experiences unseasonably warm fall temperatures scientists studying the Golfer Linux pershing points out that scientists studying the Gulf of Maine have the opportunity to try to come up with solutions to mitigate the effects of warming oceans and then sport these ideas to other regions that will likely be facing them in the next few decades. I'm Nadia Ramlogan Not Idaho were officials are asking the feds twenty hours a week to maintain Medicaid eligibility in Idaho benchmarks that Liz Woodruff with closed the gap Idaho calls punitive red tape Idaho would be Zemstvos to the proposal including parents of children under eighteen people receiving disability insurance and caretakers supporters of the waiver are convinced it would encourage self reliance allow the state to add work requirements to the states newly expanded Medicaid Program lawmakers passed a bill this year requiring that recipients ages nineteen to fifty nine work at least hugh other down Wenders in some uranium miners and the down Wenders of New Mexico deserve not one not one dime less government has paid out more than two billion dollars the global ocean average and so that means we're kind of getting a sneak preview of some of the conditions that we expect later in the century and that other ecosystems are going to see down this restrictive programs in the country it's a one strike you're out policy so you miss your reporting for one month you missed turning in your paperwork and you lose your health coverage thanks for recipients talks continue at the Minnesota Capitol on how to get insulin into the hands of those who need it but can't afford it Mike Mohan reports the average insulin price has risen fifty five percent since twenty four team according to good Iraq's Minnesota lawmakers are trying to address the price hikes but the GOP led Senate end the DFL. That house had different views on the best approach. Kim Munson is with the Minnesota Chapter of T. One international AH group that advocates for people with type one diabetes. GOP leaders are pushing a proposal that calls on drug makers to provide free insulin supplies for up to a year for those who meet income requirements DFL lawmakers want to allow please she says if lawmakers fail to agree and take a vote in special session waiting until the regular session next spring could be devastating you're going to be rationing their insulin my biggest fear would be that we will see another death like we did over the summer with Jesse ran clip boy who died over the summer urgency supplies without a waiting period to determine eligibility former president Jimmy Carter's recovering at his home in plains Georgia after suffering a fall Sunday the ninety five year old offers cash loans collateralized by Bitcoin and other crypto currencies when you apply for a loan with salt there are no income checks no credit checks and no origination fees if you choose of your loan funded in stable coin including US DC true USD packs you may not even need a bank account south offers comprehensive insurance for your collateral assets receive stitches above his brow the thirty ninth commander in chief is the longest living US president in history. 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Socialism is abolishing private property and replaced Dan all right Josh Awesome we're really happy to have you on so tell me a little bit about the book I guess we could start there and I'd love to get into the details the membership token and people use it to get redemption off of trading phase on gold excellent so where do they go to sign up bob loss and who might know does that economic freedom of the World Index He wanted to get get drunk and Cuban I wanted to find a way to write it off my taxes so socialism in all of its varieties involves abolishing private property in the major factors of production the machinery the raw materials during our book is called not socialism because Sweden's not socialist it's largely based on private property market exchange it's relatively light regular regulation of business it's forms of central planning but they all have that part and you can talk about voluntary condoms but they all have that abolition of private property and calm the distinction between social things are expensive contrast that with Venezuela Venezuelan chapters called starving socialism and You know what happened in their beer market Venezuela ran out of beer we should start working on a book and see how it goes you know one of the things that I that I learned about the book was that you guys were using the beer to sort of measure the country's success yeah so we didn't actually start out that way we started out just having the beer's as we were going but realized as we were doing that it was effective way to communicate normal people i WanNa make sure that our audience is understanding the definitions of socialism versus capitalism versus communism but now often the beer tangent so let's so let's is based on private property rights where people engage in voluntary exchange in prices and profit and loss guide economic coordination it's how we all cooperate because what you see alcohol markets in the countries Israeli representative of what's happening overall in the two extremes this political parties in power China would be I'm example Vietnam would be another one we didn't go to Vietnam China chapters called fake socialism in awesome in communism isn't particularly useful in describing countries around the world the communist former communist countries and countries that are uh in Venezuela Venezuela is socialism capitalism is all on a spectrum Venezuela's state I don't WanNa cut us off is really important for a good conversation so listen how you guys defined it for the long we defined it's how it's been defined for two hundred years so Capitalism free markets in the Labor that goes into making things now there's different varieties of socialism you can talk about work around socialism you could talk about yeah in Sweden that's not the case and in Sweden the beer is good and plentiful and lots of variety only problem is it's really expensive because but who reformed their economic system such that they have so much private property that it would be a mistake to call those socialist economic systems anymore despite the fact that Commun- or China Bournemouth's greatly but within those broad things though still useful to categorize things is pretty much socialist on one end pretty much capital impure socialist one where everything is literally no private property closest attempts are probably the Soviet Union during the period of war communism in the early nineteen twenty s basically think of that as a socialist capitalist index very high on the index isn't perfect capitalism capitalist listening on your show are communists they have socialist economic systems communism in Marxist variety was supposed to be like the final stage of all to after State Socialism with a state aww come back to the beer tangent that's okay cool like the beer I like the beer angle but I don't want people to be confused because there's a lot of people throw around those words in that and having a fine edition magically withers away and you're in the land of milk and honey and there's no stairs of course that's a utopian fairy tale would never occurs in this world that Communist political st where everything would be private property is of course no place in the world today that's perfectly like that but there are some that are farther along that way than others did out in the real world has never been any either words literal government ownership or government regulation is so pernicious that the facto private control has been lost to government control even if it's nominal on the other and Sweden falls into that pretty much capitalist category yeah that's really interesting because Sweden is constantly trumped out the funds of many to help the the unfortunate few and socialism it's just the force of that right I mean the majority of our economies in the world are fairly especially with the healthcare system as being the highlight of successful socialism and it's funny because here in Germany it kind of a way of socializing stuff through through the insurance mechanism which still is actually a private and voluntary system where you somewhere around twenty eighth in the world in terms of most free economies similarly if you look at Norway Denmark they're all up in the top roughly quarter to the worst taxed bejesus out of it and everything else in Sweden so what you see going on in the beer market there is kind of representative of their economy lots of stuff to choose strong good production was the largest one because Hong Kong and Singapore with other ones at one and two but the United States starting in two thousand started at slot we felt back to I think at lowest eighteen really hard to pinpoint a particular policy on that in the United States it's dead it's kind of a because it's serving people in how secure they think they are in there private property enforcement of contracts so I can think of things that would influence that the wholesale rewriting contracts by the government during the great recession of it but it doesn't mean that your economy is overall classified as socialist so when you look at the overall package Sweden ends up scoring bird of the freest economies in the world what about the US. Because I think we've sort of dropped down over the years do you have any specific things that would influence eight through twelve variety you see a lot of that it just because you have one that we can recognize one industry has been socialized than we can talk about the problem took every bounded a little bit since and the decline was across most major areas of the index the size of government growing re- did you go like really very entrees yeah so the tour of the world we start in Sweden with not socially is that like was there some kind of large policy change that would bring them down yes the United States historically always ranked second or third as the most free economy in the world mixed economies with a high amount of regulation that taxes that interfere with private property rights and in some cases government owned or dominated industries rates that you see usually had socialist while they're states they had states socialist economic systems there remained some countries in the world that have communist political parties but I think of it as kind of being the tallest door yeah which country was the first major socialist country that you've visited on your journey disturbing is the private property rights legal system of private property rights that had the biggest decline in the two thousands into the early teens it it's our book and really my co off from this Bob Lawson's deceit has this economic freedom of the world index it measures countries on the scale of one to ten of how economically free there you could CEELO decision in eminent domain allowing people to transfer property using eminent domain to another private party civil asset forfeiture all let's say why I don't know what the to the first of which is you know Sweden only United States point to that and say Sweden is successful socialism Sweden bad things we hear about socialism in now circles libertarian circles and a couple of circles what was the nicest thing that audibly own when I think of healthcare that's one industry around the world that in many cases you have that education at least in the case felt was actually good side of these countries either culturally or even economically it would be really hard to say so in some cases because it just doesn't match the real relative scarcities around the world so I guess one pleasant side effect that you get is because they miss price labor so grossly there's music everywhere in your experience we out of the four elevators didn't work in a twenty story building are the glass on our porch was broken the toilet seat wasn't bolted down panels were missing in the ceiling and there was no water in the listen go to Venezuela Cuba Korea China Russia Ukraine the Republic of Georgia and we end glass chapters called back in the US now remember the definition of social state ownership of the means of production hotels or part of the means of production so government owned hotels throughout Cuba but I gotTa tell you these the musicians get paid just like plumbers as a result you might not get running water it's pleasant music I wouldn't I wouldn't call price of some goods is very low in Cuba but the price of others extraordinarily high so lodging is extremely cheap aw tax taxes increase we saw regulation increasing a freedom to trade internationally has been declining in recent years on this but probably most attending a big socialist conference here in the United States while definitely an nice trip the world what was your life you know from all the in Trinidad on the South Central Coast but while only cost you twenty five to fifty bucks a night for a nice private Casa but still only cost oh God we had a two bedroom place in central Anna for maybe fifty dollars a night for twenty five dollars a night we had another very nice one often that's the career of Swill in Cuba the other ones the Ukraine and Russia we call it hungover socialism and talk about the difficulties transition are they aware that their shortcomings are due to government socialism or is it just that they are kind of plotting along and just trying to survive so you get these just oddities in mispricing it's not mispricing it's correct pricing given the absurd relative scarcities that the Cuban government Vice Hugo in a socialist economy the price of everything is wrong in fact that could have been a subtitle for the chapters Carta Wrong Jason none of them is a a smoking on but that's been the decline in the United States but despite that the United States is still one of the most capitalist economies in the world your your taxi rides or renting a car for a few hour drive cost year couple of hundred dollars a few hundred dollars because cars are artificially scarce but at the same time people are allowed to rent out their homes they call it Casa particulars and here the qualities much better l. suck they we didn't go to try to go to crappy ones we tried to get a decent ones I went actually came on recommendation of a friend because I've heard for example in South America there's a lot of people that love socialism and yet it sort of destroyed that whole entire region in a lot of ways so what's I I don't have anything good to say about what's going on in Venezuela cube are or Korea Cuba's probably for the cause of these countries there's only really three socialists rates yeah that was a really neat way of figuring that out and kind of isolating it now what is the attitude of the people in these socialist countries Georgia's a wonderful place I can tell you lots of great things about that but it would be a mistake to say socialism because Georgia's new capitalism they're in the top ten economic freedom in the world there booming wonderful Tatyana I don't know about you but if I were socialist dictator like beer and toilet paper these be like number one and two they were so close because the people have a prophet 'cause they're allowed to keep a profit from renting their homes to foreigners Drake condition well-maintained very pleasant to stay in Annette good thing is you know when you get these oddities you can consume them as such I mean the Arta Niamey they know how their relatives live verse how they live they know there's a better way you have to be careful in talking to people in Cuba about what did you observe yet I would say that I mean Cubans know that there's a better way to live Cuban Cubans have such that live in the United States particularly is it doesn't capitalist regimes that innovation and technological advance that changes the workplace but for young people I think it's been unambiguously socialism to a semi capitalist economy it's just goes with economic change whether it's trade flows technology whatever causes economic the definite differentiation between economic theories and I'm finding now since it's been awhile since the wall fell that so that there are people who are suffering with the transition and sometimes mistakenly blamed capitalism for their problems rather than the predatory semi capital great thing certainly for future generations The problem I see in Russia in Ukraine is that the cronies are still in China think did you see any of that and they sort of half socialist countries where people sort of missing it or do you find that it takes generations about like that I think you have some nostalgia among older people got a hard time in the transition I think this is I mean and that's not unique to transitioning from cultural interaction when when people from more free place interact with less free place it tends to cross pollinate ideas and I mean I think the you too suddenly build these ridiculous notions that socialism is better even though there's all this evidence around that just doesn't work fire state that sucking the life out of people for the benefit of of the few better centered you know particularly around the Kiev Moscow and other major cities is this nostalgia coming out of the east of the old East a of them say are you there wasn't any homeless back then and all this added State's policy towards Cuba or of the embargoes the one of the dumber policies that we have and there's a lot of love Deng politics out there but it clearly hasn't given regime change and instead they found out we were from the United States ed immediately as first reaction that is so great we love it when people from the United States come because when you come here you bring us a little into tends to be harder for older people to adjust a and so among them you'll often see them wishing towards the past a little bit at that's true informer socialist regimes charge you've got run out of state ownership and replaced with private ownership but you haven't got Reynolds state monopoly control and regulation so you get still a kind of it allows Cubans internal or what the government tells Cubans internally is they say that United States blockade is responsible for it's not a blockade obviously would not preventing anything I mean I don't think they've you know they haven't had that type of transition in the real socialist visiting in Russia Ukraine and Georgia would be the the examples to talk let more and we all knew what the next word was going to be if it's going to be a little bit more money from tourists but now he's got a little bit more freedom so he got here that mystic state that they got it's probably an improvement over socialism but you can see a lot of how people have been left behind and and and her under such a system whereas Georgia aided with the more travel more travel back and forth it would help push regime change a lot more in Berlin of course we have East Berlin the oldies Berlin and Western at this really in a way that if you're normal normal persons reading it it doesn't scream Australia economics proctology you know this is about politically charged things with locals until they indicated a comfortableness of saying Moore I think they're the greatest interaction we had was with university students the US and everybody's talking about socialism and we all know the media has sort of a left by his but one of the things that was really on the left but one of the things that kind of brought me over our to libertarianism was an understanding of Australia comics which you guys are obviously referencing. I'm curious how the book has been received and do you think that it's a good way to make bridges because word of that but otherwise I think we're pretty tight on getting all of our economics including Austrian economics spot on okay so I'm wondering when you see these countries switched offers booming unambiguously good for the vast vast majority of people there because they've really done the transition towards capitalist so there's a lot of division there's these facts like are you forwarding these conversations with people that maybe previously were interested or do you think that there's just a shutdown yes geographic location they essentially had no reform for over a decade after the fall of the Soviet then they have the Rose Revolution and two thousand back that we've got the socialist calculation debate is in the book but we just don't write it out as a Q. E. D. type statement where talking about what we're seeing in why socialist reform the economy he hires a Guy Cobb Bendu kits as his finance minister and Koha is a rabid libertarian traffic police in one day something like thirty five thousand of them and the joke is crime went down because they were so corrupt the place immediate I put I think a ten percent flat tax rate abolished entire government bureaus did transparent privatization Austrian friend was when we kind of casually mentioned the marginal revolution mango and others discovered that how economically conservative but I've also done it on talks about socialism socks on on would show on Bob Murphy show onto very Austrian Like that it a and they were back to you know was there some kind of like really great success story about switching over that you notice that stood out yeah and so this is the one that all of Europe your listeners it just seems like they're explaining roles but we've also done in such a way that my Austrian buddies which plenty of when they've read the book we were very careful but it's because he was firing unproductive government officials that took a while to get reemployed in the productive private sector so productivity was going up while unemployment like when we're writing this to popularize it we can't bastardize it all of the Economics Ashby right including the Australian the worst comment from fellow Lee starts turning around its economic measures start improving in fact the only one that looks like it doesn't improve is unemployment because the early years of this unemployment spikes up to something like thirty percent news created on the margin because we're pointing out mark's with the Labor theory of value we really weren't upset with marks for that because all economists have the wrong labor theory of value in the CBS Identifies as a rough art imagine putting a Rothbart in charges your finance minister saying go over four CAA slash taxes economics in school and I sometimes meet people who are also you know students of economics but they say well what's Austrian economics wonderful line and completely transformed since they moved to capitalism definitely a place that encouraged people to go visit if you WanNa see what a successful going on something that you don't usually see and they've since reformed in becoming now top ten economically free countries in the world the whole country is changing by the being over obviously there's a lot of growth was there a specific country that you could use as an example of they went free market four five six eight embark on a series of reforms they get the kind of Western consensus type President Mikheil Saakashvili Who wants okay so I I know we're coming up on our time together and I want to give you a chance to tell people where to get the book but I did have one other question I know that you're obviously teaching to them like what are the key differences because I didn't learn economics in school and for me when I learned about Austrian economics it was like the floodgate of information and why the world from going in Bargo preventing United States from trading but it gives them the domestic goat two point two into confuse people with whereas I think if we just systematic approach to economics overall it's not just about differences in macroeconomics and a lot of its core propositions it has in common with Austrian economics regular economic stuff like promise I don't do this in the book socialism sucks it's way more fun to read though I'm about to do that said so oh I definitely think we we are you know it's been fun except talked about socialism socks on on right wing radio stations around the country that are more transforming economy looks like an eye transforming because while they made radical reforms they were starting from a very poor weber around five thousand dollars per capita so today the it was a big wine producer for the Soviet Union but they planted international grapes Cabernet merlot stuff like that on farmland and had big heels and produced a bunch of swell the Republican majority so Georgia was a Soviet republic it's a east of the Black Sea South Russia north of the Middle East so it's not a particularly favorable way that is was opened up I don't know if you can get that same insight if you're getting an economic viewpoint that's Keynesian because it's not really giving you real indication the different from regular economics and I say well it's not QC in and we believe in the Fed but is there some sort of a more clear answer to somebody who does have experienced that I could use to explain are still under ten thousand dollars per capita still a relatively poor country but it's growing rapidly and transforming and it's a wonderful thing to say and let's make it out there economy's mis-priced things in the way we've been A few paragraphs worth of classic Ludwig Mies Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth but done economic theory is a priori induced from first principles therefore not subject to empirical testing however bad Austrian buddy can drink since they went capitalist that obviously wasn't a great market anymore they ripped all that stuff went back to traditional Georgian winemaking hills uh-huh take that to me therefore we don't ever have to look at the world that's not what Austrian economic says theory might be a priori understanding how any particular economy the various parts of call mainstream economics a guy of of former professor of Mine Peter Becky as a great like getting drunk around the world and writing or running statistical tests in econometrics doing experiments none of this is incompatible with Austrian economics it's just not explicitly Australian called Living Economics and he talks about what he calls the main line of economic ranging from Adam Smith to current day and someone like Burns an Australian economics is firmly within that which means cost or subjective too because all costs are opportunity costs in the minds of the chooser for that matter expectations are subjective to this will give nuances in different and it would be great to continue the Battle of giving people empirical truths about how this just doesn't add up the flavor far but notice I didn't go to macroeconomics contrast with gayness instead I started with methodological the premises of the Austrian school mainline so often they're a lot in common whatever is currently fashionable just goes a little off from Austrians but I'd say that the core proposition it's like a free market would can you maybe tell me a little bit about how they differ all right so for all your listeners on the podcast we're going to work out here and talk so he can say you're doing Socialist economic calculation is a priority impossible I'd say that's also court Australian economics although that doesn't excellent that was super helpful thank you I just you have any more questions before we let Ben go and we'd love to tell people how to get the book so Josh Any questions Dot Com Benjamin Powell Bob Lawson socialism sucks to economists drink their way through the unfree world thank you so much this has been really awesome we really enjoyed operates isn't a matter of pure theory and has also issues of magnitude that theory does not yet at so doing impure work whether broadly ethnographic both mathematics book any audiobooks Yup it's available as an audio book is also available as a kindle all of these are available on Amazon I know you can get the book is on Amazon Dot Com barnesandnoble dot com Bam in the United States it's in a brick and mortar aren't a noble bookstores nationwide I'm sure it's another thanks everybody for listening to the Tatyana show make sure you say thanks and visit the sponsor pages for salt lending and for Volterra We Love You guys doc stores I just haven't been in the mall for Europe I'm pretty sure you could probably do it on Amazon UK right I'm not sure about other countries in Europe comics value is subjective in the mind of the individual choosing now that's core in any sort of economic blood Austrians and we really mean it arctic century but we seem to imply that the marginal revolution didn't occur in eighteen seventy one but rather in the eighties haven't we were a little bit slack with her easily trade with cryptos an cold what I like about using Volterra instead of tether is that the golden my volterra wallet is insured audited Vaulted in Switzerland and unlike Fiat money this episode of the Tatyana show is brought to you by Volterra Volterra is a gold hedging solution for the Crypto community one of the challenges of investing in Crypto currencies is dealing with volatility if that's not you please stop listening nothing you hear on the Tatyana show is intended as financial advice legal advice a really anything other than entertainment take everything on or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on this show well I think in in popular circles people contrast Keynesian verse Austrian but Keynesian Macroeconomic Paradox so Austrian economics is Yeah I mean I I the last one I would say where do I get the book in here in Europe Okay so I which is Spanish for Gold Fall Toro away you are listening to the Tatyana show this show may contain adult content language and humor and is intended for mature audiences uh online auctions for state property were goes to the highest bidder no crony deals and it can be a bitter from anywhere in the world even Russia he fired the entire Salaam individualism only individuals act and we're gonNA trace everything back to the information and incentives facing individuals when they make choices that however if you get some German people listening today no publisher wants to translate it I'm all for that yeah I think there's a fascination here stew with socialism what is increased in value for the last twenty years visit Volterra dot gold slash Tatyana today and get zero trading fees 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One international boroughs of Krugman Nobel Prize Winner newspaper columnist and destroyer of Nations it's time for Contra Krugman the Democratic Party are saying behind the scenes at least that yeah if Warren is the nominee they're gonNA switch in and throw their support behind trump and so the point of this column who may have missed the announcement we've switched to a once every two weeks schedule four crewmen in order to hopefully get juicier columns on average and so that will turn it over to Brian for his thoughts so the subtitle by the way says why do they hate her it's mainly about their egos and Krugman starts outs electric speakers it is still a police state in terms of its own internal security not so much at risk for us but at risk for them so we treated lightly when talking of the waiver are convinced it would encourage self reliance for recipients talks continue up the Minnesota Capitol on how to get insulin into the hands of those who need it but can't I B. C. Check out the case for ABC DOT COM to learn more about using leader not whole life insurance as a cash flow management Ralphie's with her she's not ahead abide in the polls at least as one Krugman wrote this but many of the prediction markets are saying she's got about a fifty percent chance of being the saying Elizabeth Warren used to not be likable enough that was the claim it was a lazy take with a strong element of sexism and yet now she's undeniably gaining popularity people are taking credit nominee and now it turns out crewmen says that a lot of Wall Street tycoons who historically have contributed and supported and created a stronger conservative majority a senior member of the House Democratic Caucus says they have the two hundred seventeen votes needed to pass articles of impeachment. I hope I can pinch hit for Tom and do a good job it's this big shoes to fill yes exactly so what we're GONNA do here folks we're gonNA cover a Krugman call now remember for some of you Brian for another whoa wait a minute Brian that's right folks Tom's not here don't worry I didn't get rid of him he's traveling what we have is a special guest view mcclanahan he's also the host of the Brian mcclanahan show which is not surprising and a lecturer at Liberty Classrooms O'Brien welcome thanks for having me Bob I appreciate it the ages nine thousand nine hundred fifty nine work at least twenty hours a week to maintain Medicaid eligibility in Idaho benchmarks that Liz would riff with closed the gap Idaho cost I annual tax of fifty million dollars more Krugman says no and this is the line he uses for the only people who would be directly affected by her tax proposals are those who more or less literally it was trying to figure out why is that and he says you know I might be you might think oh it's because of her wealth tax where she wants to put two percent tax on people who on their wealth ed how these people were making a lot of their money was on government subsidies land grants central banking so from for people who are Austrian economists and others living like kings which they will continue to do no matter who wins next year's election they also expect to be treated like kings lionize job creators and heroes of prosperity and this is that's the real reason behind the scenes they're thinking about throwing their support behind trump and Krugman makes a lot of allusions to FDR he says for example against her for financial reasons because she wants to take some of their wealth and it turns out Krugman's theory is he says the point is that many of the super rich aren't satisfied people were not poured of a process by which the United States was reconstructed economically after the war and that would be when you look at late on the other hand and it's just amazing how we get into this back and forth on the real issue which of course is government when it comes down to it it's gone it's not about losing some of their wealth it's all about how they feel about things and so this is a typical me progressive look at American society but when you forth right so his point is the plutocrats don't like the tone that Elizabeth Warren is using it they don't like being made the subject of public ire because she well Warren seems to be benefiting from these attacks and he says indeed over the top attacks from the wealthy can sometimes be a political plus that was certainly the case for FDR who oh back this is essentially based on the idea that all of these people even going back to the nineteenth century were somehow created by or at least there's a myth that these wraps up with a sort of whimsical I do worry however how wall streeters will take it if they go all out to defeat worn and she wins anyway Washington can bail out their balance sheets but who can revelled in his plutocratic opposition and he's got a quote where FDR said they are unanimous in their hate for me and I welcome their hatred right so that's the idea that Krugman asked line essentially what he's doing is setting these people up as snowflakes I mean this is this is the snow these people were just a bunch of snowflakes they the it's not as you said it's not about wealth other things that crewman he mentioned in the column we says Look Obama was actually pretty kind of these deeper when we had all this regulation these regulations were mild this there's nothing going on here look at this as you know this is corporate welfare and so what's happening here is these people are making a lot of money on the government and then of course Krugman say well I mean that's okay but we have to read talk about these individuals and one of the reasons before we we came on we you mentioned the plutocrats and Krugman likes to draw comparisons between the gilded age and Oh heddon do that by why don't we stop there and I will at this point turn it over to you and just ask for what's what's your reaction to this well first of all I mean you look at that l. out there damaged psyches all right so that's Krugman's column as we comment on it feel free Brian if you wanted to if you had specific quotes or whatever you WANNA response you can go is criticizing them as if they're in a malevolent force in society in these people don't like that they're already super rich and they want to get respect on top of that and Elizabeth Warren not giving it to him so the real issue is here yeah I agree entirely with the and it is it is funny to how crewmen has to straddle this line between like you know back all these people have been really good to the wealthy for a long time and so if we have to tax them to percent and we have to regulate this is just this is just okay and when thank goodness we had a Obama in there and you imagine if the Republicans have been in charge and all these farsighted so keep going back and forth between these progressives are really pushing through two special legislation whatever they're saving us from the ravages of the free market but then when someone starts to complain and say hey these guys are radical oh no this is just you know this is common period of course you know he calls this the second gilt edge of the new gilded age I think it's it's hilarious on the surface on what he's doing here and I think what regulation there's not big deal as it means is actually helpful the bankers and the so it's it does seem like it depends what the situation is as to whether these people are progressive radicals or remits creating a bubbles or the Federal Reserve or central banking's creating all this problem and then of course you have government riding on the White Horse Elizabeth Warren of Paul Krugman whoever it is to come save the day and of course regulate and make it all better for everybody else and I think that's the most shocking thing about Krugman in general not all credible communists is that they just don't admit this is a typical thing where he says the the dismissal of Elizabeth Warren when people were saying she wasn't likable enough to be president it was always a lazy take with a strong element sexism no the reason they were saying Elizabeth Warren wasn't likable because she's not very likable like she's awkward and wooden you know what I mean like I feel so it's not that Republicans are against women and I don't remember a lot of Liberal Democrats really praising Betsy Devos I remember there demonizing her we'll just watching footage of her in the same thing with Clinton and know this idea that all Republicans hate women or what that's I mean if you ask the average Republican the Margaret Thatcher what are they going to say that all she shouldn't have been no they they were a lot of them were enthusiastic about Sarah Palin you know so it's what Condoleeza Rice is this horrible person who wants to ruin education so this idea that Republican I if if there's a woman up there that the Democrats are putting up awful on several dimensions and the Republicans don't like her when she tried to dance that you haven't seen theresa no out and look up theresa may dancing it'll it'll it's even worse than watching Elizabeth Warren My take on Warren is that she always has a plan for that if you notice every time something happens she has a plan for that it's I have a plan for this I have a plan for that that sexism that's what it is yeah it's it's you're right it's absolutely the only one I think has been more awkward to watch someone empower recently would be theresa may speech you're right I mean she she's very awkward and still I don't even know how to describe it it's the it's the most troubling thing to watch and then of course as Republicans because the race didn't like Clarence Thomas Right I mean this is a guy that's lionised across the Republican party but it's all about race or it's all about and they loved Coleman what this is what you get out of these people it was the same thing with Obama of course nobody likes Obama because of his race I mean my gosh if you're talking about as you said Republicans I'm sure all now at least you know when he was doing you know marching according to their tune and so forth so yeah it's clearly like Walter Williams or Thomas soul is throws these things around that I don't WanNa sound like I'm a policeman here but they are offensive I would think he's so what would make the very wealthy even some so the idea that the people would be that shortsighted makes such foolish emotional decisions in yet they're also billionaires that just doesn't seem to Mesh in my mind saying if you're Jewish and you support trump you know you're basically a collaborator with the Nazis I mean that's a provocative thing to say so got it not what it is is they don't like Chris where I mean I worked at a financial firm in Nashville and the guy who was there had come from Wall Street and he somebody couldn't like her because when my gosh you know there's somebody sneezes in in Alabama live a plan to stop sneezing and Alabama ears so it's not about unconstitutional Herman is not about you know overreach it's all just because she's a woman you're I mean Krugman starts an and and I'm glad you pointed that out because it's it's so funny I laughed from the first sentence because this is monument a monumental decision as to switch who they're supporting to be the president based on that you know what I mean like like that's you would wonder how could someone who's that agile and makes such poor decisions got improvements narrative they're hurting themselves he especially elevators read one I didn't read it it is amazing to me how crewman uh-huh where he's writing about like other academics it's eerie like it makes me uncomfortable what it's so obvious to the crew is describing himself to a t. all been funny because all these people are so thin skinned that they can't handle any type of criticism and as soon as you do you're going to get this as you said he's investment bankers are snowflakes and his worldview and I think a Lotta Times what Krugman does is project stuff like not so much in this one it's not as always been other column based on state favors and what have you I'm not saying they all were paragon of free market innovation but the idea that they make stupid irrational self defeating decisions based many people you know that our academics if you criticise one thing that they do they they just go ballistic they can't handle it they they have such thing in skin in so Krugman is that I mean the the reaction that he's had to this podcast has been hilarious and his supporters to the the idea that these guys look Oh don't want Elizabeth Warren to criticize me hurts my feelings like I don't really think that's that's it and that they would take line I mean I saw that line too and I thought house he how's he doing how does he get away with that and because he's Paul Krugman and Paul Krugman is held different standard than Bob Murphy your Tom Woods you know are they doing okay in conservative circles you're not I mean it's it's actually they they're probably held up to an even higher level of adulation because he's apparently not aware of that fact you know I mean so here to you I wonder how much of this is just crews trying to understand what's motivating these people while they're gonna she's going to take away millions of dollars a year from now that's probably or anybody else and so one of the things I find interesting about this too is the I actually feel sorry for the occupy Wall Street people and some Jewish billionaires who should have a very good idea of the likely consequences of right wing dominance support trump over someone like warren rice accrue has been throwing these lines around recently foisted on the United States they know that there's something going on here but they look at it entirely wrong I mean this is what we're gonNA we're just going to have a massive regular they had a lot of these guys weren't all heirs who just you know their daddy handed them billions of dollars like they had to earn it out there and you can say they did cut throat and Things in Beijing don their feelings that doesn't ring true to me well you know you're you said this is a group projecting he's an academic as you said and academics have this kind of thin skin I mean think about how they know something's wrong with you get into situation of free market and they know that there's the the game is rigged and of course it is I mean this is the Hamiltonian system that's been ah you said that if you wrote a column and you said that I mean my gosh you'd be excoriated for that when you can get away with it right yeah so it's bay began ax idea from people like Henry George back in the nineteenth century any any profit of one hundred percent is just ours and the real issue of course is that there is no real for you didn't subsidize every single big business under the Sun in half tariffs and maybe things would be better but that's not what they do it's it's it's not recognizing the cancer telling me this how the environment up there where you know guys at margin your office in the morning and throw thing on your desk and say get this done by lunch time you are you know funny but perverse it's not merely that so yeah a wealth tax that's a bad idea just in terms of standard economics public finance all that stuff taxing which guys getting ripped off whereas I think Krugman's the one intellectually justifying the bailouts and all that stuff but what what's funny is all street at times because they just don't they just don't get it and it's it's funny to me well I wonder if there's a distinction to be made I think crewmen does quote are just you know Oh as his standard anybody would on the White House the exactly yeah and what why don't I just say before for the white crew in opens this is just so annoying the disease and they're just coming up with some kind of stupid new band aid to stick over it when the real problem is much more structural and fundamental actually feel sorry for people like Paul Krugman and they occupy wall health is opposed to other types of ways to raise revenue is a horribly inefficient way to do it that you're deadening the incentive to save and invest the market solution that anyone talks about you know my my gosh maybe if we we didn't have central banking like we have maybe things would be a little better maybe if there was a if we they're doing two percent of that annually okay so that's a that could be a huge number depending on how much you have and the way Krugman is going to diffuse that and get it in the sense I mean Krugman part of the one percent I mean Krugman is and it's funny I've seen ways that he tried to get out of that I mean because now he realized how awkward that is worry system we're GONNA take everybody's money as long run everybody over a million bucks just GonNa get tax to a hundred percent or you know you have this this land a million or two less wooden crimped their lifestyles most of them would barely notice so I mean that type of argument you could justify just about anything with them and that's the truly powerful people and we don't need to say who I know people have different views and stuff but clearly there are some powerful people behind the scenes who have a lot of influence on what happens so again I want to encourage the listeners to really think that through it's not a two percent income tax it's saying what your wealth is period your net worth is if it's above fifty million to do that and so for Krugman just dismiss them I mean I just want to read this line again the way Krugman is saying taking two percent annually as a wealth tax the New York Times had to rail against Republicans so that's where I'm going with all this is not merely that it's bad economically but ironically the no no that's not the reason these people are upset as he says for the only people who would be directly affected by her tax proposals are those who more or less literally have more money than they know what to do with heaven. Brian you may have heard on some of these podcasts episodes that if you didn't know any better a lot of these columns you wouldn't think Krugman was an economist at all you would just think he was just some normal pundit thing you expect from someone who hasn't studied economics who doesn't think on the margin I know this line is used a lot but literally if a student in an intro economics class and now it's become a catchphrase leg among on twitter yeah I have a plan for that you can't you can't get around the fact that to get people who were camping out in a park or something and protesting the bailouts yeah I think they just you know they instinctively know something's fishy here and this isn't right and and in the for him and he tries to so we'll know what the one percent was always about like he tries to argue is really about the zero point one percent I'm not even making that upright like he said it was just it was a conven- put the answer down I would think not getting through this kid this kid doesn't know how to think like an economist and yet that's what Paul Krugman is writing in this column so it's really amazing as I've said before causing the agenda or driving the agenda in those people they benefit from taxes like this right so like the Carnegie's rockefellers and people like that they were in favour Nyan simplification you know what I mean really if you look at the numbers what we're talking about is always people who are richer than he is is I am more cynical about him whereas you're right thousands and The they had something called the master settlement agreement that was just signed all the major tobacco companies and what it essentially did was make Philip Morris the number one tobacco salesman so not only am I. Terrible Because I'm considered to be on the right but I'm terrible because I also sold tobacco so I mean what do you mean like you want to do you have anything to say I just gave you a bunch of words sale there well no I think you're exactly right one thing you mentioned there with the with the gilded age again and you're looking at these ultra wealthy and yeah the under just about any model that's a bad thing to do if you're gonNA take into account the future you know you don't want you don't want to destroy the incentives for people to save it invest why would in act and what these things alternately did and you bring up the income tax does the exact same thing it creates a lack of competition all the big meat-packing players could afford supremacy they would set up trusts and so forth where their money was safe and locked up and things where the income tax wasn't hitting it so I don't know the company from now and forever because it restricted how you could market the products how you could how you could merchandise the products how you could get products into stores regulations that came out of the Meat Inspection Act but none of the NAVA small guys could so drove them all out of business I worked in the tobacco industry a lot of people know this but for three years I was eight house and try to get him to carry our products so it was a lot of hustling but when I was when I got in that industry of course this is the early too and it created a price scale that actually drove the cost of cigarettes up so if you had a cheap cigarette for you're of the federal income tax because they already had their fortunes they were already on top and that was the way of a progressive income tax was the way to keep up and coming people from challenging Jonathan certainly that's always the design when you're at the top there you get this legislation that you want the progressive era it's to keep competition from from undermine see that's the way it always works you know you look at a Teddy Roosevelt was was praised for saving for example the signing the pure food and drug act or the meat inspection had the Baptist meeting the people who for moralistic reasons wanted to outlaw alcohol but then the bootleggers meaning you know the people who were surreptitiously making it and selling it on the black market as you know Ali you know th the Republican get to show see see from you had a good way I didn't even think of that a minute ago when you said how crewmen saying all the making moonshine they liked that operation and so it just again shows you there's different coalitions and so yes especially too I mean there's phrases like a on your position rhyming the one of the phrases economist us on this stuff is B- Baptists and bootleggers in that refers to a famous article it's not being deniers and now they understand how science where we'll know but they made they made a calculation they made a bunch of investments in natural gas in if there's a carbon tax in place natural gas just GonNa go out and sell it for a bucket pack put Our signs everywhere we want and it doesn't matter and those companies came in and just cleaned up so it was funny how that settlement was and when I got to a certain market share they had to pay into the settlement it was amazing to see all those working but you're right about this income tax and how that works and how it locks out people on you're in so there's some big companies like Exxon Mobil might come out and be in favor of a carbon tax and so is it all of a sudden that they saw the light and now they're and the you know the average person thinks it's all well a bills introduced in Congress and then it goes over to the Senate in the that's that's very naive shell understanding of what's really they also wanted the maintenance the prohibition because they they they couldn't survive in open competition with big established companies you know making beer and wine and so forth but they can certainly benefit from he's not the leaves themselves that you know retail and wholesale accounts so I would go to wholesale distributors and try to get him to carry our products I would go to retail again ah to understand the political economy of it so they're like so originally that phrase was deployed for alcohol prohibition into sale who who was the supporters of it and so you designed to drive out the the little guy and even when these companies came in all the larger companies to start to put pressure on the states to try to regulate that stuff and clamp down on these people we're going to buy they don't WanNa pay seven dollars for pack Marlboros but they might go out and pay you know three dollars for a pack a USA goals right but and then there are all these other little companies this is actually listen and signs up and then you have all these companies come into insight like well hell we didn't sign that thing we're going to sell it for whatever we want to we don't we don't have to pay into the settlement to cancer victim so you what level and what in what capacity in retail and wholesale so I didn't I didn't get out there and do the am going to have the backup and all this kind of stuff and sell them really interesting is something it as as someone who's interested in and free market economics would be interested in studying studying but yet all these companies come in that did not sign that settlement agree these are all examples that phenomenon let me ask you Brian I like this line Krugman says if Warren is the nominee then a significant number of tycoons will indeed gopher trump better to put democracy at risk than the countenance a challenge to their imperial self esteem. something about this really bothers me where we're going to remove the Democrat demint and they were selling cigarettes like a buck Apac so all the people that signed it which I worked for a company that did we're we're having a fight and straight to get some shelf space massive political problem he never said we're GONNA have a civil war and in fact when he was interviewed afterwards Jeffries I think his name was he said that's what I meant I meant that we have a culture war in American so that would guarantee their market share right because you're a mom and pop organizations selling no-name tires other things equal people are going to go with the national brand where they can get services the advantage over coal in terms of producing electricity so there's things like that you know that that's partly what drives this stuff and another like the Sarbanes there's an interesting way that existing corporations work hand in hand with the state or even under FDR in the new deal the crew win you know loves the elected president impeachment in order to save democracy it's funny isn't it the hyperbole and of course the hypocrisy is dripping through this thing while the other lines talk radio but they still do dominate the essential mainstream elements of American media in society and so they can get away with whatever they want Riccarton cartelization agreements in the in my book the politically incorrect guide to the Great Depression in the new deal I have all sorts of anecdotes in they're saying how like you were saying Oxley increase in financial accounting and reporting you had to do large companies were in favor of that for the same reason said Brian that they could handle the administrative there too China like with the tire companies they would come to an agreement and set a minimum price and you couldn't undercut them and so that meant was at firestone I think was like the national brand of the time but no matter where they go around the where but the way you get the way you sell and challenging compete against them as you undercut them with price but that was literally illegal you know under the new deal so is like one big companies are sending lobbyists to Washington and they know there's going to be regulation like for example with a lot of like the energy sector I do a lot of consulting work and we were there so there's no newspaper but the New York Times and this is this is how people think a lot of times and so they have a monopoly on these things and they just don't there's no accountability because safe things like that Krugman's writing for the New York Times I mean my Gosh I mean the York Times is is the paper I remember when I was in as an undergraduate I said I was reading the Washington to remove him we're GONNA have a civil war-like fracture meaning that the the factions in America never going to get along we're just never going to see eye to eye if you do this it's going to create a that's a great line one of the other ones re says that trump was warning is civil war now I have a problem with this phrase for this reason nobody understands nuance anymore I'm sure he's And if you remove the president is GonNa make it worse he didn't say we're GONNA shoot at each other but this is exactly what Krugman says you know warnings of civil war trump is somehow warning of a civil war when did he do legal teams and whatever it was more up and coming companies that we're going to challenge their dominance those little ones that would get wiped out by these new regulatory burdens and so it's and the other thing too Brian just a follow up on the impeachment democracy and stuff I've seen people argue so it was actually this Guy Will Wilkinson they want and because I think they do dominate stale even though there's all the alternative media there's podcasts and there's all these tech cable television shows and about Joe Biden and that's really you know what I mean just the utter contempt and also with all this stuff I mean it's hilarious to me we we do know there but now with this whole Ukrainian thing and it's like okay because the American people are waiting on the edge of their seat to see what the Ukrainian government thinks election that's fine but the idea that the Ukrainian government might look into some stuff that clearly was shady at least on the surface you know what I mean like it's funny I mean that's it's it's just hilarious how these people can get around all all the things are saying that are inconsistent but it's I mean there's no accountability for these people they can say whatever times and I said your professor is a Marxist I said you know I was reading The Times the other day and I said he said witch times and told The Washington Times and he said that's not really the times there's that there were foreign element you know foreign government officials making stuff up to try to discredit an influence a US election namely the former British intelligence withholding he's not withholding military funding for anything he just wants to ensure that we we'd they investigate corruption so their entire position is there is quid pro quo there's things ages made up all kinds of crap about trump hillary Clinton's or the DNC or whoever paid for we so that's an example of someone tampering formed elements tampering with on twitter when trump tweeted that the from the minister that we could have a civil war-like fracture the never said we're going to civil war he just said that if you impeach the president me that the way trump metals with US elections is he allows accurate reporting of things bad things that either Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden go here it is from attacks from a policy standpoint from an official in the trump administration before any of this happened and back in September we have more money than they know what to do with having a million or two less wooden crimp their lifestyles most of them would barely notice the change that's his dismissal of the idea that maybe there I don't think so will they have the techs out there in one of the last paragraph is the president wants to make clear that there is no quid pro quo he's not doing anything Kratz have released the tax they're a bunch of tax between ambassadors and other public officials and trump administration about Ukraine did you have you seen this report yet several months ago saying hey well you know we have an election coming up let's ask him do you think we should impeach trump and he was like oh well you know we got an election coming up why don't we just let the American people decide there's no quid pro quo if the Ukrainian thought that that's not what the president is doing essentially he hasn't ever insisted that at all so it blows up their entire position but who I I don't know he's like a left Libertarian I believe I don't know if he's still caused libertarian at one point for sure he was left Libertarian I don't know if he calls himself that anymore but and did you know that's amazing to me that that's the that's the treason that Oh wait a minute American people don't need to know all this information what did you see speaking of the of the Ukrainian thing of course the that the the hyperbole and of course saving democracy by removing a president who is elected the way you're the president's elected by the electoral college he had a thing where he's an you know it used to be the democratic position was in like I think he quoted a Beta talking about it this is like Kratz you can say that you know there's there's a civil war promoting civil war whatever it is and you can just get away with it I find Krugman you know you you've got Kriegler writing this stuff and people still there's no accountability they can just say whatever they want you can say that there's you know Jewish billionaires it should vote for the United States in a Senate diplomatic delegation of France to try to release the United States from any diplomatic obligations of the French government we had all these treaties because of the American war for independence the thing if you WanNa talk to us you're gonNA pay us so that was a quid pro quo it's on tape and I can't it was I think it was an eastern European country but I can't remember which one now do you remember several years ago in talking about you know quid pro quo and what's going to happen of course seventeen ninety seven you had the XYZ affair with the United States can't even talk about current events at this point let me just spout off second the so I understand what you just said Brian I can I'm sympathetic to people who say Oh Gimme a break oh okay got Adamson's all these guys over and when they get to France you've got the directory which is tolerant and he says you know what If you WANNA talk to us give us some money normal disclaimer I say on this stuff Krugman is very good at mathematical neoclassical economists when he wants to be right so that's that's partly why Tom and I started this thing annually is good idea economically you know what I mean I don't know that you'd be able even invent some set of assumptions you know even in a liquidity trap I'm pretty sure that's a bad idea so naive do you really think trump's going to come out and literally say you do this or we're going to withhold the funding so number one is there's tapes of like Richard Nixon it's actually sad that this guy has so much influence over American economics because he's he's he's not acting like that as you said right and by by the way just to and it was a big deal right so but several years ago the the Obama Administration I can't remember what country it was but they essentially said the exact same the French without paying the French so this was almost started a war right but then I don't even know what you're talking about I'm just GonNa admit that what talking about in seventeen ninety seven is come together and he's like very suspicious man impairment of my son Michael comes back and as a plane crash then I forgive nothing you know so it's and I tried to go back and find it and I'm having a hard time finding but there was evidence on tape an abandonment if as ministration officials seem to talk to us you gotta pay us now this stuff goes on so so it becomes a huge international scandals called the XYZ affair and It started the quasi war with France were fighting French without a declared war. He's not some lightweight pushover it just on this I mean I guess in his defense or to explain it you'd you'd be hard pressed to explain why taxing wealth the two percents insane stuff you know what I mean like it's not unheard of for people to be that direct right what also it's funny because they they'll make allusions to the godfather and you know they'll say like donald stuff like Luca brasi would say to that guy you know the put the contract and forums they either your brains your signatures on this contract they're pretty explicit there's no in between the lines there when he's defending his son and saying if something happened to my son then there's GonNa be retribution so if anybody we're going to the godfather it's Joe Biden talking about this thing and it's kind of a racist accusation you're bringing up here while it is I know yep according to the left it would be but this is true I mean this it also but where he was a bit vague is golden review the the scene here to to remember fresh my memory but remember when they're having the truce all the family it goes yeah so go ahead I was just thinking that as you said I mean you're right got you got the the Biden son out there in Ukraine and you want if you don't do this we're not going to give it a million bucks it would be a shame if something were to happen here and number one I don't remember don corleone ever talking like that what I'm saying like he he didn't engage in euphemism to shake people uh I'm not one who defends executive power might I wrote an entire book bashing virtually every sacred cow president in American history and the right hated me for that I mean I when I when I go after George Washington people get very upset but it's it's the funny thing is that there's really it's a big nothing big Well maybe not you know I guess if breaking windows is a good idea why would be a bad idea but I it's it's funny all the the Ukraine stuff since we're here not even know because when you start talking about numbers like that it's too big for them they can't conceptualize it and hey these rich people should pay more one thing is Krugman said and going back to that statement how do we know how much these people actually need to live I mean if they have more money than than they know what to do with how do we know that we have a thing on their brain that decides there's nothing here for impeachment so when crew gun going back to Krugman when he makes these accusations this kind of stuff jesse throws against the wall and just hits and people to start saying trump advocated in a little sensors size how much money they actually how do I know how much money you need how do you know much money I need I might need a billion dollars to live how do we know these things so this is the civil war it's ingenious rhetorically how you can do this stuff over we need wealth taxi people just accept it well we need a wealth tax what does that mean I don't own income tax sounds good people happen so for trump to get on in there's no look I read the I read the transcripts I've done that and if there was something there that I mean I would freely this is funny rhetorically to me because this has been used since the gilded age too when you have the the interstate Commerce Commission and you can't former monopoly or the Sherman anti certain point if the government's taking fifty percent of it all right so again thinking on the margin like you're saying clearly these Wall Street tycoons even after they make ten million dollars and they have uh-huh occurred to me I should just maybe drive home I was so excited to do my don corleone impression that I maybe didn't finish the point there that I'm okay Fastac you can't conspire to form Napoli well how do you know that how do you know if someone's conspiring to do that do this thought police I mean how do we figure this stuff out yeah all good points talking about you know what I mean like give me a break and because yeah because by just can't get to sleep at night knowing that there's some corrupt prosecutor in Ukraine you know going around I mean that's such a goofy thing to say absolutely and again how do we how do we figure this these things out it's just it's it's really asinine is this area things like it's Wall Street against the the farmers it's man over money I mean this is the stuff that he's using but he's doing it very subtly and I think that like a loose cannon abiding just can't abide that you know give me a break so that that's the thing about being consistent and yeah what what you're talking about here it's being in that kind of a job so you can say that's dominant I actually do think for a lot of them they'll be better if they weren't so driven to compete in get that magic number you're saying like if if somebody wants to say look at the transcript in in quotation marks because it was a memo of their call say I'm reading between the lines trump was leaning on the but I agree it's not that they oh gee we need to have more tuna fish available you know that that's not what's driving him but yeah there's always next level oh I want to get my private jet Oh okay of course trump's accused of this but these people do the exact same thing and so you have two sides of the same coin I mean it's we really are point where there's no other way and this is what I said all with the interventionist state whatever actually people amassing wealth past a certain point is detrimental okay you can have that argument but for crew just to say they don't need the money the so to me it looks like clearly he thinks yes where he would fit in with being awarded ministry what's Hilarious to me is maybe I'm wrong I think if Warren gets the nomination trump is going to blow her financially he's won the Nobel prize what else is there well yeah if he could serve in administration in some capacity that'd be feather in his cap have political power ten million you know that's what they're quote worth they still work themselves to death like literally in the sense that they give them some heart attacks they die much earlier because of the anxiety and stress is it comes down to almost it what trump is accused of being a populist as your shading on populist rhetoric right there and going back to to that they do the next best thing right you're still going to but you might retire earlier right like if you're a prior the CIA heavyweight champ of the world you might not fight again after that's what I was getting there with like for example you could say to that Oh wh why can't we just have a really high income tax it's not like these super athletes are going to okay that's fine I got no problem with it but then you have to admit what Biden was bragging about on video at the CFO was also corrupt so what annoys me is people go neuro bind hundred and fifty years La- last thing I'll say here because I know we're run up on the clock here is it's so clearly what crew has done is hitched his wagon to Elizabeth Warren Liane. There's really no other way to think about these things it's just we're going to we're going to promote the heck out of industry and Commerce and Finance and and then I gotta get my private island to out compete this year so they they're one upping each other with the point is as long as in a market economy that's a good thing okay so if if you want to argue role every button and nobody can do it better I mean here's a seventy year old guy that can do this better than millennials he knows that yet to people and I said on twitter the historians will go back to this period and they call it the age of Jackson this is going to be age of trump I mean he really is setting things up differently for the future and you're right he will call her is not afraid to just call her pocahontas on twitter I mean that's what had the temerity to do that trump doesn't care you know what I mean this is why the age of trump spot in the Hillary Clinton administration and I was like Oh yeah of course he's you know he's got his money you know because Krugman has attack spoken whatever and he gives speeches for a lot of my crewman's fine you know if if you're if you're making a million dollars a picture as as a prizefighter heavyweight fighter if even if the income tax brackets and fifty percent it's not like you're gonNa of course on the other side is that we're going we're going to regulate it so you got two hands working against the same thing and it's it's all tied into this big Hammel Tony and mess it's been created in the last back when he was praising Hillary Clinton so much Tom and I'm ashamed to say it didn't even occur to me we had Lou Rockwell on his guest once and he just matter of fact they said Oh yeah crew hoping to get time everybody thanks for listening to Contra Krugman subscribe to the show for free on Itunes or Stitcher at Contra Krugman dot com is a comic figure in a Lotta ways and I just think you're right if she's against trump twenty twenty she gets an island in the general election and there's there's no way in Yes we know folks Hillary Clinton got more votes than trump did I understand that all right well Brian thanks so much for helping me out here is Tom Daley's around aw you'll also find detailed show notes pages are blog books by Tom and Bob and more at Contra Krugman dot com see you next week they would show episode fourteen hundred seventy six prepared a set fire to the index card of allowable opinion about healthcare and you will be shocked yes even you a veteran libertarian will be shocked at just how solid the libertarian position is pick it up for free at friends and you just can't seem to hold your own they immediately claim the moral high ground and you don't know how to respond we'll check out my free e Book Your facebook friends are wrong your daily dose of Liberty Education starts here the TOM would show hey everybody this sounds like you you're debating healthcare with your interventionist that that that Warren win so we'll see what happens I might be entirely wrong but I I agree with you one hundred percent that trump wins that election hands down yeah I think so I mean so the guests folks has been Brian the clan you can catch him his own podcast Brad mcclanahan show he's also liberty classroom so liberty classroom dot com subscribe and people would say well he's man's planning he's being aggressive us taking on he's he's belittling this woman but I don't think trump cares he just gonna go do it and people will laugh and warned it's hilarious and yes the debates between Warren and trump would be must see tv because it would be one liner Zinger after another now I know that he would probably advise not to do it because your friends are wrong dot com everybody Tom Woods here John Moody is checking in with us we haven't spoken to him in a while John at the time we talked to him in the nation he's got an interesting initiative it's a conference when we're talking about toward the end of our conversation but I thought I would catch up with him on what's been going on with government food being a number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I just have my own small business we started an elderberry syrup business as the past two years spending time with my wife and kids writing a couple different books and kind of catching my breath after spending he is your primary work these days and what institution are you with like what exactly are you up to right now so I've spent most part of our farm that's been really really successful that we're hoping to really scale up this year wrote a few different books enjoyed some time with my young kid regulation farming all those sorts of topics and food freedom and all that he is the guy keep an eye on developments there so John Welcome we're out of the water in the general election absolutely just because their personalities I mean this is Dave Smith listen to him as he always mentions I mean trump kids are small and stuff so so that's really the big things I've been into the past few years well I thought in addition to this important conference you're putting it back great thank you so much for having me I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because you were I don't know maybe a bit of transition the last time we spoke what exactly got some lectures there and Sodas Tom if you haven't done already if you wanna see the links for this episode it's Contra Krugman Dot com slash two oh seven and we will see next was executive director of the farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund he's a farmer homesteaders and leader in the local food movement and he started and has managed one of the largest food cooperatives gone Istar face the funniest thing is when trump comes out yesterday and says right on the South Lawn young the Chinese should investigate the binds it's absolutely hilarious he knows how to Guy Tom Dice it look you should start telling them that you want a wealth tax on Tom Woods he's more how much money do you really need right on which will talk about in a little while you might update us on just the General Topic a topic that you follow very very closely of government the so messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in also if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado so obviously there's the big picture issues going on right now involving you know the trade war with China and you know how that impacts relation add of intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things going on that a casual observer like me wouldn't know about it it's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is a big deal but it's only a big deal because the government already the world and you know re churches responsibilities is isn't it must be must be he he he's got more money knows what to do with that exchange the bullied so it's not a message that's right I'm just saying the crew seems to keep hitching his wagon to the people that are going to lose the the popularity kind farmers especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson and purdue and other vertically integrated operations yet these local feedmills where you go to buy food for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now are both increasing pricing increasing minimum order size nations so obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of you on kind of like the small day today level the FIZZ MMA foods basically corporate food system the regulatory food system really really don't like the increasing growth and interesting as they continue to roll up his Ma and to see how that like freckles through You know especially the alternative food economy since is that no one really imagined her new we're going to get caught up in this new regulatory Schema and so that's going to be really really

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"Let me my clothes now said Robert. I'm sorry replied the dentist mother. We're going to keep your clothing tonight. She can pick them up sometime tomorrow. Can you comprehend the shot. Robert's mother received when the door the waiting room opened opened and there stood her. Pink Son is naked as the day he was born. The room was filled with patients. Robert and his mom walked past them into the hall then went down a public elevator into the parking lot ignoring the snickers occurs of onlookers. The next day Robert's mother returned to retrieve as close as to have a word with a dentist however she did not come to protest. These were her sentiments. You don't know how much I appreciate what happened here yesterday. You See Robert has been blackmailing me about his clothes for years. Whenever we are in a public place such as grocery store he makes unreasonable demands of me? And if I don't immediately by him what he wants he's ready to take off all of his clothes. You're the first person who has called his bluff doctor and the impact on Robert has been incredible. I use that story in a sermon. Many years ago my youngest son it was about six or seven. He listened intently and over lunch. He said to me Daddy was was the dentist. Assistant men or women saw saw after all of this after the initial ultimate statement of rejection finally comes around round and says what he should have said at the very beginning verse twenty for I have sinned and and disobeyed your instructions. And the Lord's command. I was afraid the people and I did what they demanded you idiot. Saul you fool fearing what men say. When God what is so clearly declared your responsibility no wonder verse Twenty Six reads with the Lord has rejected you from being? I speak today with a pleading voice to those of you who still have the responsibility of little ones. I speak not only to parents terrence on some occasions here to grandparents. It isn't an easy task but is an essential one. No one believes more in the love of a home than I do. I'll take love over any other act in any of life life but there were times when true of is tough love. And you have to do what you have been putting off or resisting are being blackmailed. Out of when you finally see the truth otherwise you release to society a Munster Mr. No one else has the authority you have over the child when the child is small under the roof of your home the caught can change. The mind of your child only can punish wrongdoing. The teacher can do very every little especially in our day. You Deposit your child in the care. That teacher school cannot resurrect with the home puts to death. You have a responsibility and I plead with you as the seeds are sown in your home. I had the time I could tell you. Stories from my own wife for my mother in dead refused to give up on me a rebel and refuse refused to give up on my sister and my brother. All of us song will beyond belief people who know us now now was adults all want to know what kind of mother and Dad we had. I will say this. They were consistent. So I say on the basis of that having been raised right but the grace of God which I did not deserve. Share these closing three points regarding Childhood Hood Adolescence and adultery. And I'm through in childhood. Get this get this down in childhood. A rebellious values nature is conceived in a hold where parents relinquish control a rebellious. This nature is conceived in a home where parents relinquish control but I mean you allow your child the role of already already. He or she is not equipped to handle. Child has not made to be an authority the role of the parent if it is not dealt with at that level. The child doesn't stop growing no as a matter of fact he reaches Adolescence Adolescence. Since and they're a rebellious spirit is cultivated even further among peers. Who have learned to resist assist control and been allowed to do so you see rebels run with rebels invariably my choice of friends friends when I was younger? Were those who loved to rebel. Invariably mother would point that out every time you are with those two boys you get into trouble every time and I'm going to tell you you were going to stop running with them. She headways of changing my habits Of running with the wrong crowd by the way I discovered early in the Marine Corps. That a I had very little learn regarding discipline from a drill instructor because I learned it from a mother and father but I was surrounded by young men wearing the same uniform who lived under the constant constant harassment of a drill instructor doctor because they never learned to obey earlier in life. I'll tell you girl instructors. No I'll tell you. We'll go on to adult adulthood. Get this a rebellious. Life is crushed by the Lord when he finally gains control yes. The word is crushed. A rebellious I live is ultimately crushed by the Lord when he finally gained control. It can happen in a prison. It can happen after several divorces it can happen in a court room can happen to the humiliation of children who ultimately turn and tell you to your face. You never disciplined as a should have been disciplined. That's very very very difficult thing for a child to forgive the reason I share that with you is because of a statement. I learned years ago when God wants to do an impossible impossible task he takes an impossible person and crushes him some of you being crushed by the Lord. He W so you'd toast. They're putting it in other. Words is doubtful God can use any of us greatly until he has hurt US deeply. Some of you are making your home miserable because you were stubborn and you are proud of it. You say it's in your genes yeah it's called depravity. You excuse it because your daddy was like that or your family operated like that it is wrong it is as the sin of witchcraft. It it is as bad as idolatry until you face it you deal with it and when you deal with it it is remarkable. It is remarkable. What harmony can come all the scars notwithstanding? We're now living not in the sixties sixties but in an era when we have to say rebellion is a lifestyle. It's more ugly today than it's ever been crimes. Crimes are committed without conscience there without a motive increasingly more criminals. Simply want to see you hearst as they assault you more defiant more violent more aggressive than I've ever known it in my almost eighty years on this planet. The only way I know to address it is to speak of it to those. I love the most that would be this. Flock would to God that we as a body of people would become known as those who love to obey God whose lives are marked by affection and love for one another but where necessary discipline of wrongdoing those two things when balanced create immaturity like little else I can think of. It may begin for you at the across. You Stop Resisting Christ and submit to him. Please about your heads with me. Sit Very quietly for a few moments. Ever been a time in your life when you intentionally submitted did your will to Christ and you release the throne of your life to him and you acknowledge your own sinfulness uh and took the gift that he has provided for. You ever been a time like that. No wonder you can't conquer Hawker your rebellion. Much of it goes back to that for you. The most important decision you can make turn your life over to Christ. Let us help you connect with us. You may be a parent and you have to acknowledge I live has gotten too busy. Your responsibilities have become too many and you've left off the most important that is rearing child and the way you should go. Today's the data repent days the day to acknowledge edge. And if you're living with your partner to say to your mate you went on. I have to take care of this. Starting now. It could be that this has nothing to do with children. You may have begun to relinquish your role of authority and let others take charge. Who have no business taking over? Disharmony is happening. The company is coming apart. And you haven't had the backbone to stop it. Today's the data start today. Our Father Father Never wants today. We use the word. Easy or simple life is in fact complicated and as age stacks. What's up the simplicity? Flies out the window. We're living complicated lives. We're too busy. We're moving in too fast reflecting on the wrong things and ignoring the right things. We have come face to face with the reality. Not Even sacrifices are more pleasing to you than obedience. Submission is better than any offering. Forgive us very rebellion father. Maybe we no longer look past in rationalize around are stubborn nature. You'll be face it and having acknowledged maybe repent of it income to you on the place our wills before working and before those with whom living bring back the harmony that was once part of a home and whatever Irv this message addresses to me. Get my attention. I dear father now to him who is able to guard us from stumbling and present US faultless. Before the presence of his glory with exceeding great joy to the only wise God our Savior Lori And Majesty and opinion in power now and forever through. Christ Amen Convicting application coming from this remarkable encounter between Samuel and Kings Saul. Today's message from Chuck Swindle is titled Titled Stop Resisting and Start Submitting and this is insight for living to learn more about this ministry. Visit US online at insight world dot Org Org as you heard checks closing application and as you joined him in prayer. Perhaps you resolve to stop resisting God's presence and start submitting thing to his plan to help you in this regard let me point you to a daily devotional that'll help. It's a book. Chuck has written called Faith for the journey daily. Meditations ends on courageous trust in God by reading a short chapter every day. Chuck's Devotional Book Will Keep Your Heart. In God's Word Throughout Twenty Twenty you'll find all the details for purchasing a copy at insight dot org slash offer just for a moment think back many years ago when you first heard insight insight for living is possible. You've been following Chuck's teaching for five ten twenty years or more in the early days. Perhaps you had little financial natural margin because of the demands of rearing a young family during that season. It was the generous giving of others. 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A brand new industry has been growing this plant for more than four years anywhere in the US less so to say that we can just start out and be so strict on these regulations and have to comply with all of these. I just really warn. This is a risky business. The pioneers that are trying to make this work. The rules for help and Ohio are still being written and could be finalized by state. Legislators in the coming weeks growing and processing licenses presences could be available in March just ahead of planting season me. Wally public comment period on the USDA's interim rule and today Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced with original reporting from Maria mcguiness at Kent State a public comment period on the USDA's enor- rule and today the twenty twenty cents is kicks off at about two months a lot on the line for states like Missouri Children Under eighteen account for roughly twenty two percent of all missourians directive says. This is operations. John Shackles says if children are missed in that. Twenty twenty tally. The state will miss out on crucial federal dollars. We don't want people to forget. littlest one's counting. Our children means education childcare roads bridges infrastructure for the next ten years. And we just don't want Missouri's children to be less doubted at national picture. They should wide nearly five percent of kids age. Five were not counted in the lessons. Finally are Mike. Bowen reported some Minnesota Lakes invasive species are or limiting the growth of the Popular Fish University of Minnesota researchers say the culprits are Zebra mussels and spiny water flea. The researchers found in lakes where. They're the president they can reduce the size of Walleye between twelve and fourteen percent. The species takeaways zoo plankton food source. For the fish Geoff Forrester who heads leads. The Group of Minnesota Lakes and rivers advocates says. The findings should spur stronger action by the state to prevent the spread of these species. What we've been doing this kind of emphasis societal educational and personal responsibility? That's not getting it done. I think it's slow the spread but it certainly hasn't stopped it for Sir. Says he'd like to see the state. Adopt more stringent boat inspection policies. Such as making it a requirement for people getting an operator's licence. DDR has forced strong limits for anglers. Some some of those restrictions have been slowly lifted as while I makes a comeback in the popular lick i Mike Clifford for public do service we are member and lister supported and round line minded public service DOT. Org We must. I shed our fearless stand here without fear because remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me I remember the one hundred years we have caught these machines and after a century of war. 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I think aggressive categorically aggressive that he did he was talking about W- when it's okay to shoot a cop or something I don't know he did have an article about that When shoot a cop or something like right? Maybe those Larkin roads but Campbell had something similar But he got banned from pork fest. I think because he drove drunk but he didn't threaten anybody. Okay Oh he drove around campground drunk. Yeah Oh that's like half of the Porcupine Freedom Festival I've very few people Miller like actually driving around but like walking around strolling around me. I tell you what's interesting. There's a lot of that at pork fast that And and they're pretty good about it. Is these UNICYCLE. Electric one wheel things. You know what I'm talking about like the guys stand on nominee lean forward and it just drives you around. It's like a electric set. Yeah kind of like segue and now you got the one wheels. I haven't heard of any drunk rex yet. But I'd be more concerned about drunk people riding one wheels and driving a car because you see the car common these one wheel things that guy goes zipping by you know when you're walking around at the middle of the night. They're they're a little scary. Okay so that see. That's can't well at port vessel back to cantwell political prisoner. And forgive me if I was better I wouldn't have to ask you to repeat back to the elements can't well he got arrested for the defined. What makes no political prisoner again? Because I kind of lost that in the beginning already did that. He said a thing that the state says it's illegal for him to say and they arrested him over it so he didn't hurt anybody victim. Despite the fact that people make those sorts sorts of quote threats all day every day on the Internet. You can't play call of duty without someone threatening to rape your wife but those people are getting arrested by the FBI. Now is because of his politics that they targeted him for making exactly the same threat that people make every single day on the Internet. Okay got it now. Now let me make. Are you laugh. So let's compare that to you David. Olson and K. UNM radio station so they WANNA put me in prison for four years they're criminally prosecuting me. Now really so. We're parallel and can't well so far. Yeah and And I and and David Olson Ulsan logo on Google. We'll get you the University of New Mexico. Logo Crime blotter their article that they wrote up in their paper. So I wish I could say I was surprised that you sit around. Could in yourself or are you keep going off on these tangents. If you're involved in a law case and you're being criminally only prosecuted and they wanna put you in prison for four years on four different charges Why why would that person not Google the the the the article the newspaper article printed in the University of New Mexico newspaper that contains their allegations and and stuff like that? Why would somebody not Google goal that I mean you said would you google yourself often? I think. And if you're like you're go apply for a job somewhere. Probably the first thing you're going to do is is Google your name so maybe you should Google your name and see what the kids were gonNA show up. So what are the charges that you're facing. Can you enumerate yeah there to there. Two counts of New Mexico Thirty Dash Twenty Dash Twelve. which is using the telephone into a harass threaten annoy and a couple of other words and then there is a stocking and there is a a old-fashioned harassment? So there's four of them altogether okay. Did you feel like you're not guilty. Well I no I'm not guilty and what I'm what what I wanna do is comparison. Because from what I've heard you do sound like you're stalking these people and probably harass based on how you obsess over them so then is her is can't will stocking in harassing when he threatens to rape a man's wife in front of her children I would say he was harassing but that's not what he's been charged with now he didn't say rape he said the F. Word right yeah okay but see trying it makes some sort of distinction as somehow even though no one even considered whether or not the woman Kasit to this. Somehow it could be consensual. No disregarding the woman's consent is rape sorry right that's rape so yeah. He was starting to write the woman he was never like. Oh by the way if your wife consistent now. Her cassette was irrelevant to arete. So his demeanor was was of array demeanor. Certain land. Okay all right but still. That's not what he's being charged with. He's being charged with making threats across state lines. No no no. He's not making a threat to cross the state line. They're saying that he used in interstate. Form of communication. Haitian literally what I just said making a threat across state lines. Oh okay thank you pointless correction. Yeah thank you. Thank you for the Let's see think of appropriate word. Thank you for the sarcasm. facetious nece. So that's why he's been charged with and the recent his is is. BS is because there's no validity. There's no real chance that the threat is going to be carried out but anybody else would have an easier. Time beat nist in Cantwell. Because can't well. I mean like the people who say that crap in Color Judy and world of warcraft. They're breaking being exactly the same lawless can't well I mean he could go in front of a jury and a jury. Could you know everybody just guys total a hole and you know not. I don't WanNa let him go. I mean he's got US got himself in a sticky situation right the tobacco come back to what he did. I agree the a political prisoner on previous experiences. What they give them some sort of notoriety the ticket and The bed arrest him on something that other people don't stop notoriety every day and don't get drafted and therefore that would improve your. I'm ANA thing I I agree with all that you think that that team Out David Smith it up got got fifteen seconds. This has been pretty top-five head on over to FREETALKLIVE DOT COM takeout. Me Show archives hub at more than ten years again. That's FREETALKLIVE DOT com exact same time tomorrow ever on Free Talk Live. We're bringing people to the Free State Project Has Reached its goal of Twenty Thousand Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. 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Bolton that bolsters the impeachment case against the president that from the New York Times they report by days and Republican Republican leaders indicated. They had not corralled the votes they needed to prevent the former national security advisor or other witnesses from coming forward the Times notes on on the final day of arguments on trump's behalf J. Secolo sought to raise doubts about Bolton's claim Secolo colder sourced allegation that he contends his inadmissible will at the impeachment trial. California made me a leader in many areas but overall child well being is not one of them that's according to a new report. Suzanne Palmer father reports the latest children's report card from the nonprofit children now gives California A grade of C minus overall the only eighth great in the sixteenth semiannual analysis is for kids health coverage as only three percent of California. Children remain uninsured children now. President Ted Lemper says says that's because the state has moved aggressively to cover all kids including those who are undocumented anything example what happens when our state leaders really focused and set a goal and we get there. Almost twenty percent of our kids were uninsured just a couple of decades ago so this has been real progress on that front however the State got got a grade of D. Plus for affordable childcare because only fourteen percent of low income families can get their children into state subsidized care. The report also announced that childcare workers make very low wages which has led to a shortage got report also found California ranks among the lowest in the nation on per pupil spending K.. Through twelve as well as a preventative. Health screenings for kids covered by Medicare and took lawmakers are considering putting an excise tax hacksaw e cigarettes sold in the Commonwealth. The tax would be equal to the current tax on traditional cigarettes which is one dollar and ten cents per pack Republican Representative Representative. Jerry Miller of Louisville is the bills primary sponsor. He points out. His colleagues are struggling to come up with the state budget amid the worst projected revenue growth in decades doc gates largely due to tax cuts. He says House Bill. Thirty two would bring in much-needed state revenue while improving Kentucky inns health but this tax has has the added benefit and the primary benefit really of reducing use by young people pregnant mothers to simply because they are more price sensitive yesterday yesterday evening governor Andy Bashir announced his budget plan for the next two years according to the latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll three out of four Kentucky adults approved taxing axeing East cigarettes and vaping products. That bill is now in the Kentucky House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. If passed it would take effect as early as August. This this is P. S. Ohio farmers will be growing hemp this spring. It is a risky crop. Years are eager to make it work. The USDA established an interim rule last fall to regulate hemp production. In Ohio was one of the first days to have hemp program approved by federal regulators. Hemp is very labor intensive crop typically grown on five acres or less Julie Durand with the Ohio. Hemp Farmers Cooperative Explains Farmers also face as somewhat murky regulatory environment and she doesn't think hemp will make much profit at the start. It's a brand new industry. No one has been growing this plant for more than four years anywhere in the. US So to say hey that we can just start out and be so strict on these regulations and have to comply with all of these. I just really warn. This is a risky business. And where the pioneers that are. I'm trying to make this work. The rules for Ohio are still being written and give you finalized by state. Legislators in the coming weeks growing and processing licenses could be available in March march just ahead of planting season me. Wally public comment period on the USDA's interim rule. And today Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced with the original original reporting from Maria mcguiness at Kent State a public comment period on the USDA's inner a rule today. The twenty twenty cents is kicks off at about two months a lot on the line for states like bizarre children under eighteen. A cow roughly twenty two percent of all missourians directive says its operations. John Cycle all says if children are missed in that. Twenty twenty tally. The state will miss out on crucial federal dollars. We don't want people to forget. littlest one's counting. Our children mean education and childcare roads bridges infrastructure for the next ten years. We just don't want Missouri's children to be less doubted at national picture. They should wide nearly five percent of kids under age. Five were not counted in the Leci- finally are Mike. Bowen reports at some Minnesota Lakes invasive species are limiting the growth of a popular Popular Fish University of Minnesota researchers say the culprits are Zebra mussels ends binding wonderfully the researchers found that legs. Where their present they can reduce the rose size of wildlife between twelve and fourteen percent? The species takeaways zoo plankton. A food source. For the fish Geoff Forrester. WHO has the Group of Minnesota lakes and rivers advocates says? The findings should spurs stronger action by the state to prevent the spread of these species. What we've been doing this kind of emphasis on educational missile a personal responsibility? That's not getting it done. I think it's slow the spread but it certainly hasn't stopped it for says he'd like to see the state. Adopt more stringent vote inspection inspection policies such as making a requirement for people getting an operator's licence the DNR has enforced strong limits for anglers some of those restrictions have been slowly lifted as so while I make a comeback in the popular lake. I'm Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member lister supported and Ron Line at public service dot the white cheese. We must I shed our fear of it then here without fear because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path is behind me I remember that one hundred years we have caught up these machines and after a century of law I remember that matters. Let us make them remember. Doc veered and appeared on radio and declare your independence. Amir's cocker from the B.. A DEPOT STUDIOS FREEZER PHOENIX. Who We're going to ask more fun than cripes on with another language of liberty batch batch for us to talk to now you guys got the light behind you that light behind you just makes y'all silhouette you know if you guys can put the camera on the other side lied and we're the light is on your face then it'd be a lot easier to make it out about what we should just turn the camera there? There you go there you go all right here. Okay okay. Yeah they they can flip. The light switch is so that's good we're going to do is going cripe. He's all right. Tell your experience you've got to understand what's going on now Glenn you'll you'll help me out when I get something wrong here. Okay Okay Glynn is part of a discussion group that I would go to every month like nine months at a year. And and then those liberty movement here and the doctors and lawyers and judges and think tanks and everybody. That's Kinda you know. We prefer some more your freedom well Glenn inspired by. I'm sure his own upbringing and that he's a freedom guy and he goes retired. got a little bit Milo. Do something for the home country and his family you know as ancestors is grandparents and so on from Slovakia. Slow something Slovakia. Hi got it right okay. So he goes. Yeah you know they do a bit murkier. A little bit of freedom. A bit of the English version Judeo Christian Christian Western style of the famous writers. John Locke Adam Smith Jefferson kind of thing that would have a big impact on these people coming out from behind the curtain. You know a little bit more. They don't have that culture that heritage in recent generations. We're GONNA go to the young and expose them the ideas of Oguz. What there's this individual? Thanks and you own yourself and peace be upon the and everything goes from there and they like really. Let's talk about it. So that's S.. Language of liberty is in English so when we had a lot of these people they come here and we'll interview them and I'll go all look at Phoenix man. We translate into thirty nine languages. You've got Nagel. Google Caveman Talk. We speak English. Ernie I go okay. Well there's that so so now. The Language of Liberty English comes from now so they've had a lot of batches from around the world of people that have come here people that had been on the edge with their countries threatened with death and damnation if they come back because they had a picture of them fire k. forty-seven Arizona whereas legal and you are not allowed to inspire the feminist women of our country and you did documentary near so free not allowed all right guys that was from the paw then we got guys from Venezuela and he was advocating for freedom and Madurai also advocating freedom. Nomo and he said you know what you come back here. We got we got self night. I think I wanNA stay in Mirka so this is been very interesting following Glenn in this people that are getting this information then you have like application process for them to pick a team that would go and do different things. So how far off am I Glen Fillon gaps on there and explain it to the people. Yeah no that's good thank you thanks a lot. We've been so far we've gone to thirty countries we've had more than seventy five programs. Most of them are five day sort of conference. We call call it liberty camp or liberty. English can't in some countries so we don't use the word liberty because we get in trouble so we call it something like entrepreneurship camp camp or use opportunity to get in trouble. What kind of trouble liberty a bad word you know? They don't like the screen statue or something. I mean what are you talking about her. Yes in places like Ethiopia uh-huh Pius the danger is not so much too but his to our local partners into our students all so so we sort of a marketing issue you because the content we actually gives them what we actually discuss this pretty much the same everywhere. So when you say entrepreneurship you know even your most commie socialist the regime of whatever. They're going entrepreneur. That means like these like money right. The demands make us. We just had a gentleman has A. It's called uptrend uptrend with two ends up trend. You know for those on the concede Switzer here that up trend is a website that is really remade. For crypto discuss. Read it but it's becoming a social media thing but it pays people to provide content. And he goes. There are people by our standards out there making ten bucks a day on this. I mean nothing but when they're making two dollars a day and all of a sudden there are ten dollars a day. We're rich okay. So so this is totally changed entrepreneurship from you've had guys coming in from Nigeria. I remember talking to people in Africa. And they're screaming screaming. Stop sending US aid. You know this the rich guys in the politicians get it all we get screwed even more and you're giving them resources to screw us. quit giving US money because he coming to us that kind of thing. So yes. Plus destroys the lurk. It's this is this is just a an understanding. Seen that a lot of people around the world are starting to get. Are these guys you know. What is it that they're learning and introduce them and give us a kind of a spread on which countries his? Name's just go around the room there were you Glenn. Sure Well I. I want to introduce that Tom. Jacob who you know we visited us in Arizona. An yeah so you see him. Let me see. Here's luckily face him probably don't recognize it as much upside down. But you know it's it's good to see you again. The Tom Rudy drove down from Switzerland and they are with us for a few days. And I'll introduce another person you. Yeah no mirror. She was in product Arizona. Two thousand eighteen sentence. I last. What country were you from from? Remind me Ukraine you know you got a lot of Ukrainians. They represented Poland Ukrainian and Russia. You know they're they're definitely always on the list. Oh eight wow man. You're like old now. You know so you know. Are you started you were like a teenager early. Twenty years I was longtime ago. Yes have been now. You're a decade later. And how was your experience changed you. Oh really for these. Two years really changed a lot like not only I gats more used to these all staff connected to the 'em in these camps and so on but also I changed a lot in my life. I moved to another city and now I am. Aw more into a libertarian unity. If I can say so. Because I've been to two more entrances and to to more liberty camps and now I am one of the people at my university Wiz in many issues connected to the university. I can see so by students so it gives me a possibility. To implements more libertarian ideas. Like what what how. What are you university faculty? Here's up then you're talking about I'm talking about when you are like in university. Government is students who community and are able to make rules and lowest at the university. On what your interface with them. Are you a student or are you a teacher. You just visit what I'm doing my master's degree Arista and still a student but on the last year of education and also you have a community you built on campus Jessil You're in trouble now. Thirteen to do you have an opportunity to get on a list. If you're going to be on the list beyond top of the list it's safer there will be more with language of Liberty Glenn Cripe and his students when we come back. We'll be right back. 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We'll do it when we get back. Well we're going to do is I want to get introduced to each one of them real quick and so who who do I have here Glenn. Okay okay this is Lucas from Georgia republic. Luca shoot hush. Hush released not bad. How Sir Lucas not? I have a lot more confidence anyway. All right so Luca from the Georgia ordure republic. This is interesting. How did you come across these guys? How'd you know about why did you? What uncle coach or employer Moore employer parent? Grandma made you to wear you even gave a crap about liberty. You also start off with that. Okay so is your start to the end of the day. So here's what our candidate Christine Push. Oh who started ended. I knew this inserting Georgia okay. This summer can five days. The issues was like international politics. Stand this kind of stuff and use Georgia social activities. Not only and I was kind of exterior in the. Yes the deep the liberty like this decision right away and zero project. They were good friends. Yes we discussed a little things Included Liberty Ideas Retiree Anisim the example of Poland blinky garage project so on so on and these He shared the dink. Obligation link of Liberty can be touches the nineteen. So I'm here. Now do my best to okay. So so what is it you do. I mean you're how old are you. Twenty two twenty two. Are you still in school. I studied I studied. Oh okay okay. So you're still studying all you're going to be a lawyer and what country okay I'm tending to the to be honest. I'm not sure for I because this this project is kind of has has huge impact on me so I think I'm GonNa Change my future career to make some money. The business you got some contacts you got an infrastructure of people around the world will make some money you about making some money. Is it all about my view on this island to make a change changed to Miami but okay so is focuses a change to what to mention that my controversial to give to improve both okay and Georgia. You don't think it is on the Liberty Bandwagon yet. You want to create one. You want to do it. What Okay I went to participate in the Liberty Movement and I'm GONNA participate in the conference until October in the but to me. There's no interest for liberty so this kind of women's and later on we'll see I as a good introduction. We have this last season. We had a gentleman element from north of Moscow. And what was the big town anyway. He had a newspaper AMD Putin and like it too much now it was not it. Wouldn't flattering so you know he gets targeted and that kind of stuff happens and yet. Oh Man I'm GONNA or more no wrong. Get me some Putin. WHOA WE'RE GONNA change through through politics? I'm like I think you better off you do it through business make money has some influence. It's good to see that you guys are getting the right influences on in this and see it's not just about making money. It's about the freedom to make money you know and how you can do it. Go ahead and give me another one glen. This go through the line here. Thank you thank you. Hi Carly drill man. Where are you from? How did you find out about this? Why did you come and what do you plan on doing with the information from Washington cares about you a year from spokane? So you're afraid what the accent I was Gonna get okay so spokane Washington and you're in Europe on this how well so. I'm also on the board of Directors of Liberty International which is kind of the parent organization under which you have language Liberty Student Project Arizona. So I've been on the board for almost three years. Now try to build the organization it got to know Glenn through that work. He invited me to get involved with language of Liberty Institute so this is the second event that I've attended the first. I was a liberty campaign of Gonda earlier this year. And it's really my passion to spread Libertarian ideas as a teacher about liberty and teach about capitalism all around the world so That's what I do in in the last year. I've spoken in Mongolia Let's see where else Mongolia Uganda Columbia we're GONNA and that next couple. We're going to do a tour of Colombia where vice as we're GONNA do day-long Libertarian seminars. Really focusing around Venezuelan crisis. Which I'm really involved in because I I'm going out over and over again? Provided medical care to refugees very cool. Well this is what Glenn's been doing in the tack that he took and of course Horsey knows. See you're talking about ice international society for individual liberty and then it got turned to something else because they did. I don't care anyway the thing is I know it is isolated. They're being just get over but the point is this organization when Glenn started doing this of course he knows all these guys and so on them. Now we're good friends with Ken School and and so on so I'm going all right. You see what he was doing and the young minds and the a type personalities that he was having an influence on in their country. Because we've gone on through this. We talked to these guys sometimes regularly every year or so and they go on over the years. They have a big impact in their community. And all of a sudden you got two three four or five type activist but kicking and Kiev man. You have an impact can see international. You guys going. ooh You WANNA play with. y'All this won't being trying to do for decades Glenn's doing it and you know a few years and you WANNA help. I can see how it benefits you as Glenn Been An impact on your organization. Do More of this Kinda youth-oriented stop. Oh I think so absolutely you know. Liberty International has been around for a long time but recently has really struggle. Because we've kind of had had our previous program's Kinda got a little and so we've been working on Really finding our niche and finding our mission and Glenn's really helped us look back because our inches educating young people about liberty and so this is this is the direct work of doing that and It's it's going to be the basis of wish we liberty international backup to the large large organization that it once was because because these important verstraeten libertarian ideas in every corner of the globe. Now no we've made use of it. You can hook us up with translators in Moscow to translate late into Arabic the philosophy of liberty animation. You know that when we did that we put three four thousand. DVD's Career Square in Egypt. And we're just going up during Arab spring you guys. Let me tell you what you're fighting about self ownership put that up in it went boom. They go what what the hell just happened. See I'm telling you man is to youth and you just give them the philosophy it's infectious so I'd be. I'd be paying attention to the kind of work that Glenn's doing you guys should should be like a hip and and stuff. You guys helping you helping. Absolutely we've got a bunch of acres. Yeah for sure. Okay no this is a seat. It's the right people. I I take any one of my free Phoenix readers up against ten thousand of anybody anybody else. It's you know it's the knowledge. It's the presentations to confidence that they get in their own language throughout Europe the stuff that Glenn's been doing and the students and that's more impact on the entire continent of Europe. Then I don't know anything else I can think it's getting them at the route with the youth. You just he's infectious ideas of self ownership. I know what's going to happen. Why we pay attention? 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Oh I know who that guy you all right so what I WANNA know if we have a gentleman up now his name is Adam atom atom secret last name from Hungary one buddies willing to come on zoom and have his face up there. And you know if your language Liberty Glenn Cripe anything anything they already know. Yeah and it got your address and don't get over so I just want to picture you guys understand that now what I want to do. I'm sorry Glenn something you want to say I would just turn the Mike now Adam. You're from Hungary. You're twenty seven twenty eight years old. You come across this conference you want to go you too. You can go down yeah. I wanted to have a September October vacation in Italy. Because I was that the reason or you'll liberty oriented conference like this. What the heck brought that? How did you even know about it? Why you there? Yeah well it's going to be a really nice holiday with like minded people. People as phones libertarian values like when I was eighteen thanks to John Dawson says his name anyway. So thanks John Dawson okay. You say John Style so you got exposed to freedom oriented kind of stuff from his perspective on. What was it? A in the classrooms disc or go to an but what was the first it was. Okay all right Glenn how. How do you get exposed to stop them from what way Fox News Fox News? Okay just watching the news news so you guys watch the news watch. English speaking news wasn't youtube and I saw snippets. Okay that's kind of interesting. which was what the freedom aspect the individual thing proper roller government? What was it that sparked you go who I'm watching another the one another one? Where are these people? I gotta go find what aspect of liberty you'll drew you in from the beginning. What was it was a freedom from amount to full? I fought because nobody especially hunger. Nobody likes being ruled by somebody else. We love our freedom. Adam Passion and punches. Because all my life I was growing up I've always had a Belgian socialist sense like we need was on what because muscle west people are going to have done what always troubles me debts on. You always have to force people to actually do good underworld right and so he was eventually she wants like showing. What's two months regulation actually can do this? Sometimes with Ando's happenings extra cost multiple and I compare it to what I experienced unrealized from other people that I knew because I grew up in a somewhat talks of Jerem Neil anyway anyway and then and small more. I realized that what is man with really good Los Angeles saying makes no although sense. It's just all comes together and you don't need somebody pointing a gun at your hats and you're GonNa give them ten bucks because you'll owning more than him and so it's just a justice fairness thing so is the justice fairness things. Do you think it's a personality trait. That made you this way or was there some. You know relative grandma coach Former employer where did this come from that you even cared going for myself. So it's a personality. You'll be asked Glen that Glen You understand and my point you know you have a lot of these people come. Circumstances did where they're brought up environment or something or is there just like with Adams just personality trait. That's common amongst a lot of people take you guys out. I would say that I mean we're talking about three thousand students that we've met in the past ten years. I would say the most common the answer that I've heard is that their parents. The influence of the parents wish in former Soviet countries was a lot more dangerous than it is today. Their parents encouraged them. They gave them alternate education or they encouraged them to sink independently for themselves. The best example of that you know him a lot better and so I can't speak for these gentlemen. Here's who I just met. But that's the most common they were. You were allowed to have these kinds of thoughts home. Their parents encourage them now. Aware the parents got the record. I don't know well it's time for you. Guys be parents get making some babies you know this is all about breeding them out. The bad guys lose because good people start having babies. Everybody goes like this. They say who would want to bring a child into this world is hell. That's why you bring a man. Let's go kick their ass you know so I'm like God we're all good Adam thank you give me another one real quick. I don't want to run out of time. You know. Make sure everybody wants to talk. Thank you Adam for sleep. We got another segment after this one more in here. Here's a new friend. Tick from Poland. Okay so the retry this part limoges Kaminsky bar bar low means Kaminsky. Go ahead you say in the collect correctly in Polish. It's Botox for me but if you look at his name from room English respect no I am. It doesn't sound like that. Okay so go ahead and say your bartending. Okay Bartok bartender STARTAC bartender's cool man. Whatever gets the women all right so this is go ahead and give me your story? You've heard me talking about you have leaning towards even wanting to go to at this conference why well. I'm kind of interested in the idea of Bertie for a couple of years. I I started to and I my older brother Lowthian book. It was the strokes by Enron's man. You're screwed rude okay. You went down that road you're done that's all over. I get she said to me. This is the best that she ever bright. He's renting a lot and go. Give you the chance so I was really impressed. You know what's interesting. Is that written in the fifties his and I read it in ninety four. It was like history right up to like you know the last hundred pages and now you read it again now. It's growing the last thirty pages. She's predicted what's coming. And did you see that in your own community countries. You know that you what she depicted it follows that trend of the kind of people that want to rule. You start to ring true. What was happening around you? Actually it gets some some degree but when I'm looking at the Orleans now because there was I think seven years ago but I'm looking right now with are doing in Europe is going is going to be like this. I think absolutely it's GONNA come down in the end there's going to be forced and whether other we resisted or escape or something but they then those are going to do whatever the hell they want because they those can and we let them. I mean that's just the way it is because your sociopathic messed up to begin with even think they can rule you and they're going to try if you let them. Are you in Europe. You think there is going to allow eldest this dark cloud descend over Europe again. You think that's going to happen or not. You know I think it's going linked to it most likely it's going to happen but from way because I think there is a communist propaganda and euro. No doubt they are doing differently from the Soviet Union for example before Lawrence by military means. But now they aren't doing it through like philosophy propaganda social credit scores and European Union is as a symbol of dots. And you know he's like its European Union parts. It's almost like Soviet. Yeah I know I'm just like you when you do the comparisons if somebody shows Olympo- graphic or somebody explains or you go to language of Liberty Conference and you get here going damn. It's as bad as I thought maybe worse but what solutions do you think your generation are they going to allow. This is going to be work is going to be resistant. You taken to the streets like tap in Hong Kong and France and I. I don't know go to the street from the fourth letter of Captain Mark landlubbers are conditioned to believe. 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Where did you get the marketing even know where to go? Well I found it on facebook one of their organization the sleigh discount I think I liked them on facebook and promoted dots in one of the post gave. What was the enticement is like no? Oh come here were you know the women topless I mean what. Why did you go home to go? Different those Qatari on ideas. I went to. Why why would you want to go? Deeper into. Libertarian is just from atlas shrugged friend of you made you read it you go. What the the hell do they call this now? They called it objectivism individualism or whatever they call it. But you're going this is there's got to be other people read this book. WanNa talk about it. Where they at is? That was that basically when I when I rent on all of these philosophies facilities and I felt that this is something thinks that I always felt is rights like giving me there was always like provider from sides evens from school. They only egoisms always the wrong. That's always always goods and I arrived on random. Why why so late? I should took coming off the hook much earlier. You know and this is something. This is the wait list. So that's why I want to go deeper the cool. Thank you does a good usually. There's a book titled It usually begins with Ayn rand. Ah Go ahead and go to the next one real quick thanks okay. Hey now which one is this. What's his name? So give me a chance to do it. A Greg Kowalczek Powell also check. Is that right now. Bad not perfect. All right whatever so here we have greg now. Is it Gregory Grigori Oregon. Say Your name your mom gave it to. You is is Jaguar. She you guys got like different neighbor. Everything all right yeah. That's fine thank you. Now you're from Poland. We have a lot of people from the. Were you influenced by India. The students that came from Poland. I was influenced Actually organizes the whole event. I am from Poland but south in the United Kingdom so so Having to hear about the brexit saying for the last few years it was nice to finally go better the liberty come to join my tribe the final issue someone who's fixable choices based on principle and a personal interest. Oh my God okay okay okay okay okay. This is where this is what. I'm thinking. This is what I'm thinking. You hear me okay. No longer see. This is my point is that you know a lot of people. They'll go man you just don't I don't get it. They don't understand you know. Europe is the school system. You know propaganda from television radio. The bus station as whatever no individualism. No no entrepreneurship without the state. Getting their cut. No no no no. The answer is no we're the American mindset has the answer is always yes just how much I mean. You know. It's like you know yes we can do that. Show me the money and it's all about half the politicians whatever money's GonNa give you more options and freedom so my thing is I'm going all right right for the youth of Europe under all this brexit which really argument we WANNA be left alone. No we're going to tell everybody what to do. All the time that that mindset. What do you think? The percentage of the popularity of the support of the positions that you support in this freedom oriented community. Is there a bunch of people waiting into go behind you. As long as they see some movement mannered the rallies of two hundred thousand people who want to hear everything Glenn Cripe as say or or you got up hill battle title. That's going through just to get them to even listen to you. I'm wondering is it a personality trait that you know you say polling around Europe that people they'd just if if I just give him a Myers Briggs test and go yep they're going to take this and we target them or is it or I need to understand what the future is in the next five ten years. What do you think's going to happen? Who are the people? Why are they going to follow what you think support? I think the problem is that we don't seem to convince everybody. He just the ten percent of the people located the American. Founding Father Sander Hosiery war having only ten twenty percent of people who are actually involved in for the independence and there is just follow. Everybody else just went on business and follow deputy for really active and bishops and they will follow alward. And you won't be one of those guys you take your one of those guys you you look in your mind you go you know. I'm kind of one of those guys are you are you. Are you both so easy to get business. In Europe. You know especially living in Modern Day western Europe. So it's so great to be liberty calm so I can get my hopes up again. Well I tell you what happened. Scotland when braveheart it came out in the mid nineties they go we used to be independent. Well we want our old parliament. We demand it. I mean you know it's just and we just had a couple apple from Ireland. We met at Arca poke over last couple of years. They came here on holiday. They spent like a week and a half. Just doing America you know and they Ireland right in the middle of the Republican Ireland right in the middle of all this brexit stuff. Having come on and talk about it. What do you think of the brexit thing whether you think the real issue is about the? What's the argument for and against so the argument is to be a to be able to govern ourselves and be governed by people from Brussels because most of the regulations from the EU and people in Britain have nothing to say but also for additional The next few hours or something we can do about it. Just say European Union tells us to this idea of the youth your age hang people you hang hanging out with and when you go back to. Scotland talked about it. They're like yeah you know. We're yeah we're in because I was telling the guys who go man. Where are these anarchist nor Acapulco Vegas Zone Arkadelphia I guarantee you put an anarchist libertarian? meet up a something in Ireland's going to blow up all over the place boom narratives and do you have the same opportunities in Europe when you do that. They're just all kinds of other libertarians. or You have to go to Italy. I'm I'm afraid to go with the HIVER. That sounds yet people afraid on us in general however don understand it the way we do people won't doom. Is it a personality thing or an age thing certain personalities. They're generally young now. We'll talk about that in the after show. We want to get one more person and before we run out of time here real quick your final one there Glenn Go and do that and then we'll get together and I'll give them a round robin now. We'll get back to your greg. The next person okay. Okay this is Andy Asian. This is my colleague and business. Aspire nerve co-founder of language of liberty. We met in two thousand four and we've created language Liberty Institute in two thousand five and our events. There's always one of us and usually both of us at our programs. This is so from your perspective. Yeah we can't Andy from your perspective you've been doing this for over a decade. So you're going are we. Making progress is coming more rapidly as exponential exponentially. Are you starting to get a lot of activity or is it a struggle. Tell me where you're at now. In your program's impact that's habit semesters struggle at sexually great fun and we stand with one country entry and now we've been to thirty so we've made progress on three thousand students. Suggestion gone through our program and generally the receptionist is very positive. We we tagged the young people number one because you sent down the future targets young because when they're young they're still still looking searching searching for truth for limited express themselves and we give me the opportunity you know. I am really impressed over the years and I was always supportive of what. You're doing glen. Because I knew this was going to have a big impact for many people that were exposed to it. And we're supposed to the people that were exposed to it. But I didn't know how fervent you'd be impressing this in other other countries go into Africa going to Asia going there and I'm going this is it's just going to keep expanding. Hopefully they'll be competition or you'll just have fifteen Out at the same time and it grows and grows grows the then you come to the attention of important people. Living Free Talk Live you can tell by the way. They're dressed by their demeanor that these are illegal. Do you understand that they bring in open the door about leprosy not a not so our country and it's stopped Jingoistic crap for your picking and choosing your sounded a bunch of murdering Raping Ping Lepers are coming across the border. Yes they are no Trish Suhr case then then in fact we would all know about it. I mean you know you sounds like the living dead down there at the border and they're just coming across from Fox. News is going to tell you this. You got another thing come. 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