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Behind the Series: Secrets

Showcase from Radiotopia

18:33 min | Last month

Behind the Series: Secrets

"You're listening to showcase from pr. X.'s radio tovia everyone. Today's episode will be giving a lot of spoilers to the showcase series from two thousand eighteen secrets. You'll be able to catch on even if you haven't listened to the series yet or if it's been awhile but if you want the full scoop a refresher we recommend you go back and find the series in the feed and give it a. Listen thank you. What is it good secret. or what. Is it good secret for a show like secrets. It's a complicated question and a big question. But i would say that it all comes down to the interviewer and the interviewee having a secret. Living with a secret or being part of its secrets is kind of trauma. This is behind the series short run series about this shows featured on this very podcast show showcase from radio tovia. I realized i just threw a lot of shows series and posit you. But that's what we're here to talk about. These next four episodes will lead up to some exciting announcements about the future of showcase. I'm mark bygone the host and creator of the podcast. Other men need help and a producer here at radio tokyo. I'll be your guide. Introducing you to the folks behind some of the showcase series. You loved today. We look at secrets. Originally released in winter two thousand eighteen icon say. Why did the first time we'll have one lie. Become a second li- we live with them. The third i is coming just to camouflage the to allies secrets. I just listened to listen to the intro of secrets and that was the first time since two thousand eighteen that you'd listen. It's strange though when you been doing this for so long as i have listened to old stuff you almost feel like you like you walk around with no closing because you get expose yourself so much. That's martin johnson producer and co host of secrets. Martin ran the stockholm based production house. Sound telling which co produced the show with radio topa. He's been an audio for a while sometimes calls himself a dinosaur even though he looks like a super young dinosaur. I started making radio over fifteen years ago now. The base when i made radio radio was doing things you can do. Over the last fifteen years martin produced a lot of stories for european radio and around twenty twelve. He met someone who shared a similar drive to make cool stuff that they loved. Outside of the stories they were making for public radio outfits. Kind of got in sucked into the podcast wave a little more than years ago and you know was told obsessed with the. I started audiobooks than went over to to podcast. That's mohammed el abed the host and producer on secrets and in so many ways the catalyst the show because of a family skeleton mohammed had discovered when he was twelve. My parents are alive today to tell the story on why maria my sister became a secret but we kind of use those secrets to tell a story of who are my parents. We use those people that are had secrets or being a part of secrecy could kind of give the voice of my parents honestly. I think maria a secret that no one was supposed to know about this idea. She's four years younger than maria. She got the no but maria. Around the same time as i did. I don't think anybody new our data. The last time i met my dad was night. Nine nine there were so many secrets i believe he. He kept for himself shortly thereafter. He passed away like are dead two personalities two personalities. Two families to us split identities. He left me no assis to his secrets. Secrets is this story. Muhammad and his family's journey of keeping an uncovering this private family history over six episodes. We listen to mohamed unpack all of this to himself to siblings us. But instead of just telling focusing on muhammad's family martin and mohammed decided to structure the series around a compelling data point. Statistically everybody has thirteen secrets and five of them is something that you would. You would never share to anyone. This is based on a study that came up before the two producers started making the shell and this intriguing statistic set the stage for martin muhammed to ask what are we found a few people that were willing to share. Just one of those very very private admissions so the plan was to flee different stories and my stories like a two story together and what happened was that we got six three good secrets. i think. That's why we wanted to tell them that way. They became symbols of muhammad's journey over the course of six episodes. We listen in real time to muhammad's journey while we also sit in on six confidential first-person tales ranging from infidelity to espionage to. And i don't know how else to say it. Wildlife photography fraud. I really genuinely enjoyed a the art of deception. I enjoyed the people she she comes lie about. She is being no person. Thus hi andrea. I'm not sure if you know who i am. My name is jim. And i'm doing this girlfriend the other thing that we wanted and we talked a lot about me. Mohammed was that mom's personal story that of your family's life journey of actually coming to sweden making a place for yourself here and and sort of you know gaining of a voice. We had some international stories of course but through my story and other stories. We want to tell the story of sweden. My mom was so convinced they're horrified. Goes my sister's. Would it have the same opportunities. Marocco as they would have in sweden and that's the reason she stayed behind to sweden a big thing for muslim woman in the what i realize Going up that she actually did everything for us to adopt in the culture. We celebrated christmas and easter. Which today when you look at it a muslim one mitch. She insists amazing but she did that for us. Yeah she was basically putting everybody found ourself. So you together. A narrative out of all these secrets was mission one the other mission blending storytelling traditions from two sides of the atlantic. We want to kind of matchup. Swedish storytelling with the american way of storytelling. What are some of those differences in europe will let people think and react to what you hear. You have a much more direct way of actually telling people what's going to happen why it happened and what's going to happen next. You have a much stronger grip over the listener. And so i would say that in sweden and europe. We have a long tradition of actually following along. You become more us a director. Almost you know staging scenes creating situations you create these moments that supposed to push story alone. Secrets became a juggle of muhammed story. Real time and then the six stories mining the dark corners of other people's history. Everything was happening so fast. And i found not so much stuff but family. There was one situation where you needed a gap to another episode and we call my sister and we wanted to talk. Tell us that that my dad left our family and move back to morocco. When i was when your soul and it started in a new family and she my sister. She's like yeah. He went back and then he told that family that we had died at. He never told us about that. The new family so when we came down to morocco it was on it. She didn't look so happy when she saw us. But now we were sunday standing. There came into his family a miracle. Her thought was that we were not alive anymore. That must be a shock for her as well. It's one of the gifts with working with audio and do storytelling. You could sit down with family members and like okay what happened. I just want to talk about this moment that this all happened. Meanwhile mohammed was running from place to place to get folks to open up moving around kind of like a spy to get an interview with paul like an ex spy to your code name is effectively. What your position is mine was f- to be five in the conservation section. Then a t five eighty two and then g three eighty to remember that morning i was calling her. Ticks would try to get an ngo. She was like you can come to our be brussel You can get thirty minutes. And i was like okay thirty minutes but if i'm flying down to brazil i don't think i would be able to make that story for thirty minutes and then all subjects like oh come to london and you can interview me down for an hour. Funny how much i remember. Did you ever miss mr life being a secret. It'd been run. No it's strange that people say do you ever miss being a spy parter. What might have made the production difficult but in the end. Totally compelling for the audience was a work that mohammed and martin did to get interviews like this to find the folks that would sit down and unveil their shadows. All of us have secrets. Obviously what is a good secret or what is a good secret for a show like secrets. It's a complicated question and a big question. But i would say that it all comes down to the interviewer and not the interview. Somebody just to interview. You can go very far with them. Actually you know. They expect you to go very far with them. And i think that the ethical discussions you can have afterwards in the editing room but in that into situation you are there and they are waiting for you to ask to those kinds of questions so you need. That's that's your responsibility. And i remember that usually people you know they say yes to be interviewed because of a recent because it gives them something people want to talk to you because it feels like it's giving them something so it's your responsibility to take that role seriously and goes far as far as possible for muhammad. The process revealed a pattern having a secret. Living with a secret or being part of the secrets is kind of a trauma. Became something different. We have lived a life allies alive with loose ends. There's kind of a sorrow To know that you will not be able to ever form Tight bond with your siblings. There's this quote of. There's a sar that you not be able to form a tight bond with your siblings is the weight of that is really felt. I think it's real hard to build a relationship with disabling who you are not brought up together and you like find out in this kind of way that we are not but it made me come closer to some of my sisters like our bond is much stronger today because of secrets doing secrets with martin. Combine of made hurt that much anymore. You have a feel a lot of stuff in your family that you haven't talked about this many things that are secrets still and i think that makes you wonder what you don't know he spent more and Think you have come to that age and you have a child or small both of your parents. What is your conversation with your children about secrets and keeping secrets. My oldest son. He's eight now. And i find that fascinating how hard it is for him to actually hab secrets like in see. It's physically that he's carrying something. Sometimes when we go to bed you know he can share what it's about like if he's in love with a girl or or somebody involved with the wrong boy was it's kind of you can really see when they're that small that you carry them with you. 'cause you don't have that shield of of being a representative person that you don't have to be when you're an old quit stone mesh when you when you think about it. My daughter is eleven now so you should take you know. I'm just being quiet asking questions. She doesn't have that much secrets you know. I told her about my family secrets and everything. So 'cause she's raised in a totally different world that i was raised in and so she thinks my family's literally kuku that make you nervous to be a dad. I wanted to become a dad so much to try to be that person that my dad wasn't able to be. There are a lot of conversations around audio being this very intimate medium. Which i don't disagree with. I think i don't think that's an automatic conclusion. Just because audio is made doesn't automatically make make it intimate like what for you would be a really exciting development or what already is existing that that neither feels new or feels private in a way that you haven't experienced for the future of audio is like when the thin line between what is fiction and what is real faith. I would be something. I don't know in the future. That would be more mixed up together or perfect match. One big thing that we'd really need to just say in this conversation that i think that the future of audio is not in dinosaurs like me. I think the news stories are the stories. That aren't usually told it's my our responsibility teaching people how to do this. Anti find their own voices both martin and mohammed look back fondly on the experience of making secrets as they told me they were looking for a place to do something cool. Something different showcase was the spot that allowed them to experiment with what ended up becoming this sort of home to the unpublished personal stories. We all hold showcase while slack and three in country for me. Like workers marked an indonesian. The luna thing in english was development of storytelling. You gave me confidence. It was kind of like showcase has been our portfolio. Every time we go over to the states we can always do reference. Yeah you can listen to me in english which is so much easier. Yeah i mean. If i get to decide i'd make a new showcase every year. I mean that would be a dream come true. I love the series formats. Because you don't have to develop a format that's gonna live forever. Never never never and you can actually build the dramaturgical story like we did in inside it. Then you can begin it then you can end it. It's quite intriguing way of working next week. I'm behind the series. We'll look at another showcase feature one that flirts with the line of fiction nonfiction that mohammed and martin mentioned two very mysterious results. There's a game in the pacific northwest. That was really popular lines out the door to play the game but this game would make every kid who played it go crazy people would come away and they would feel change kids to have epileptic seizures. And he's control of their thoughts or feel like they're being controlled. Someone died after they play the game. The police conspiracy behind the series secrets is an original showcase series from pr. X.'s radio topa. It's hosted written and produced by me. Mark bygone i music from jd. Samson and blue dots sessions -aug. Martin rich and julia shapiro are the executive producers thanks to martin johnson and muhammad el-abed for coming back a few years later to share some tales. And still some tea on the making of secrets one learned more about your favorite shows get audio recommendations event updates and podcast news sign up for the radio. Topiary citizen newsletter. It's super easy. You can go to radio topi dot fm slash citizen or click. The link in the show notes. Thank you all for joining us for this week's behind the series.

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#258 Nick Irving

First Class Fatherhood

25:21 min | 1 year ago

#258 Nick Irving

"Now the lace welcome to first-class fatherhood welcome everybody to to fifty eight of the podcast I am happy as always to be here with you thank you for stopping handcrafted from duty ward fatigues offer tangible piece of freedom to the American people each flag is accompanied by a professionally designed and printed card that tells the story of service of a soldier nothing beats an American flag made in the USA players Fatherhood Listeners we'll save ten percent off their purchase veteran owned American made combat flags dot Com Promo Code father and since we're talking about veterans here you guys have got the check out the American made veteran owned American flags made by combat flags they use duty warned fatigues from veterans from Navy Seal Legend and Medal of Honor Recipient Michael Thornton will be here and if you were unfamiliar with historic you've got to read a book called by honor bound more on that coming Friday well how about an American flag made in the USA by veterans 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army special there's but they're going to get a chance to hear me speak men who have been a part of history guys who have sacrificed so much for our freedom and that is very special to me next week that continues already so go and check them out combat flags dot com and use that Promo Code father and I can't say thank you enough to all of you dads out there continue to listen to each and every episode here your support is great all branches of the military and turn them into American flags they are very unique and they're going to stand out in front of your house and I who listeners can save ten percent by visiting combat down nutritionist Rob Wolf who was here for episode two fifty seven if you missed out please take a minute to flip it back and take a listen and I can't begin to tell you how awesome it is for me to speak the later in life and having kids of their own they're going to have such a treasure trove of content listen to when they hear their dad talking about fatherhood not only the famous people like Tony Hawk and Dion L. will be here with me next week I'll get into historic much more when I have mere on the podcast but it is very inspiring story so lock in for that and Friday talk about an inspiring story operations Third Ranger Battalion Seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment he is the New York Times bestselling author of both the reaper and the way of the reaper it is a tremendous honor for me to say Gene Ehrman sailor or Costa wore fatigues used to make the flag they are the real deal died so what are you waiting for visit combat flags dot com and use the Promo Code father and I the appreciated and please if you get a chance spread the word about the show here let every father India neighborhood radio contact lists know about the show celebrates Fatherhood Family Life Fatherhood Rocks Join Warrior Wednesday by Dad who sacrificed his sight his hearing and so much more when I e exploded in his face expert e od technician Erin Hayes birther he holds an impressive record for the most kills on a single deployment it is an absolute honor to have him here with me today Nick Irving will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the family values rule in every day is father's Day right here with me and I'm GonNa be right back with the reaper Nick Irving on Alex and you're listening to first glass fatherhood serving welcome to First-class Fatherhood well thank you thank you for having me on our let's start here how many kids do you have how old are they I have one one so far pretty much as soon as you know the doctor would let us let us know it was one of those things that you know I always wanted a girl but for some reason it was like the curse of the Rangers uh I'll give it one more year to make my final decision right now I'm going to say I'm going to hold off a little bit it's just it's an experience you know it's an experience something like that where all the guys were you know having daughters and stuff like that so I have a mindset on the name of a girl and how it was going to raise her and you know keeper's single until she's at least fifty and all that but went to the doctor's office and we found out we were having a boy yeah it's Kinda funny too because I have a lot of navy any is a three are turning three this November wow okay also did you guys find out what what happened with them or do you wait till the end oh I wanted to find out Iraq and Afghanistan did some private military contracting after I got out then years after that I became a New York Times bestselling author deals on the show and then so many of them have they call it the frogman curse there they have like some of them have three four daughters yeah oh yeah I have no idea why that is maybe my autobiography titled The Reaper Ri- Set a record for the most kills in combat during a single deployment in Afghanistan from unit. Yeah that's I'm too I never really had a I don't think we you know any of us have a complete understanding of time but I think you know having a child definitely definitely puts that that time perspective into much testosterone I have no idea but it's the same with our with our our unit to you guys go for anymore you wanting done oh man credible nick and you've had so many awesome experiences and wild experiences how did the experience of becoming a father kind of change your perspective on Life Oh the perspective that's what I'm all about and this going through these pictures and you know I don't remember the time of the almost three years now how fast it went by and it feels like I don't know maybe I haven't mark the time I have four children myself and my oldest is thirteen and it's one of those things where you can't help but notice how much time has passed when you're looking at your kids Oh yeah it's unreal what happened is it's all right yeah nick if you could take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background do yeah I'm a former special operations sniper six deployments three life lessons that I've learned and vote 'em into something that I am not couldn't be are are yet to discover yeah yeah right on there and you're I think that that changed my perspective on you know the entire outlook on life you know how perceive life and what life is all about the future and Tom the way that you can kind of look at things different and and notice how how irrelevant time is and how precious it is and how fast it can go by well so yeah definitely little theories that I called them theories and stuff like that so writing has always been you know one of my I guess you know hobbies exploring the the mind I'm never you know news Polar Express you know what does that other book that he loves he loves the this book with these little cat boy and this Algal or something PJ MASKS YEAH PJ masks that's my thing yeah yeah is that something would you ever consider coming out with a the time right now it's pretty much a bunch of high fives and hugs and kisses during the daytime we do a lot of reading and stuff like that I keep them away from you know of course the military stuff I don't know if it's always gonNA feel like I haven't done enough others weigh much you know way more than I wanNA teach him and explore with them and and it was pretty much a share kept journals throughout the military and those journals kind of transitioned over to the whole book road but I think the imagination I've always my dad raised me to be that way you know in my opinion I think I should have died in Afghanistan there was a time when I came close to it and I accepted it guys did die and I you know kind of The reaper obviously you said very successful New York Times bestseller and then you transitioned into writing some fiction what was that like for you to transition from writing the autobiography and then writing fiction is that did you've always wanted to do it's always you know been I guess a thing of mine since the seventh grade wrote my first little book collage Pitcher of a from one to twelve twelve months he was born on my birthday and it's always a a weird thing I don't celebrate my birthday anymore it's all about him Jones book or something like that that's a part of my I guess creativity I haven't really explored or anything I've heard a lot and stuff like that I used to be an astronaut but I guess the way my my grades were set up in school it wasn't you know set out to be that way but where I'm at in life right now but it's just Dr Seuss the Bernstein bears stuff that I used to read growing up and we have a little Teddy Ruskin it reads to them and stuff like that eight four them I'm grateful that I'm in this position that I'm in but you know it's something that if you would've told me twenty years ago I would you know not believe it at all so I think that just to keep the go to that to that extent I don't know it would be maybe some years down the line how would maybe translate I think valuable life lessons that you know that I've learned in things that you know I wish I could go back to my old self and tell them you know you know keep dreaming dream bigger are anything's possible and we hear that a lot growing up and as you know huge imagination I remember making a a time of seaney brought home some plywood and stuff like that and in the backyard making time machines and write down all these and and you know we're supposed to be scary novel but it turned out being just a little hobby how it originally started and gotten out of that stage of wanting to explore more and create yeah that's so cool because it seems like imagination is so underrated today with all the technology we have it kind of takes away your open mind and keep exploring and and you know just keeping you I think that's one of the important lessons I think I you know I want to go back and tell kids are till my youngest only stressful more stress than I've ever felt any deployment and he'd gunfights and the waking up every two hours really you know put me in for shock I was not prepared for that had that as a kid one of the original ones and that's so cool there Oh yeah oh yeah not too many kids know about that but it's you know Bernstein Bears Dr seuss shock I didn't know what to expect I mean I almost wanted them to give me like a pamphlet or book or something like that it was you know here's your child and we had the cars he couldn't talk back it was just figuring things out as you went along so that was that was the scariest time of my life and I think the most stressful but a good stress he got in the car and we drove home and it was just it didn't feel it didn't feel real having another human being in the house and you know not knowing how to talk to them and chance to imagine oh yeah and how about as far as I like to read books to your son what is your bedtime routine look like that survival survivor's guilt I guess you WanNa call it but the things that that you know the dos lined up in my life I don't think that you know I'm I'm great wakeup feed them and do that so I think that's more that's the most Zombie I've ever felt in my life I've been awake for almost five days straight twenty bucks on the tickets on seatgeek dot com use the Promo code first class it's a slam dunk deal dad's seatgeek Dot Com Promo Code First Class Ninety dollars off their tickets on SEATGEEK DOT COM by using my Promo Code First Class that's one word first class maybe you want to see a concert or a Broadway show saved Yeah maybe fifteen fifteen would be a good age okay yeah I'm I'm a ferocious reader myself I read a book a week and I've got my kid's reading and it's it's a big party start your own podcast than I am telling you right now anchor is the easiest way to get this done number one it's free I have never paid a dime to publish any of my podcasts and their creation dot FM to get started what about as far as disciplining him now I know he's only three almost three eighteen that's about the time when I started reading going to the library reading the Old Vietnam books of special ops guys in Vietnam so around that age but so you can make money with no minimum listenership it's everything you need to make a podcast in one place what are you waiting for download the free anchor APP today or go to anchor in tools allow you to record in right from your phone or your computer anchored those all the distribution as well so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more unneeded stress in my life I think definitely needed that Little Bit League Roger I think we all do next to be honest with you in the NFL season is now upon us and the Major League baseball season is winding down. There is no better time to take your kids that ballgame and first-class father who listeners can save something it's something with this hardware the vowels with skip a beat and and pause for a little bit you know he grew out of it but during that time it was a extreme I thought it was gonna be you know I heard the stories of how it was but to me he was quiet in the hospital but when we brought him home it was it was every two hours self and I told him I said you know my son to this day whether or not you know yeah that's awesome Nick and thank you for your service and I'm grateful for you and for your brothers and sisters you know driving and talking back maybe you know maybe dad has to step in and and a few times Oh yeah for right now but having a towel for those few months was it was a different experience I miss I miss certain parts of it there's something about that no matter how much you prepare yourself that I'm given so much for all of us here so thank you don't want to forget to mention and what what age would you feel comfortable with your son reading the hood is the best seat in the house all right guys many of you have hit me up saying that you would like US entire different world when it comes to patients bringing them home though he had like a little what's IT GONNA call a PVC when he was born pulmonary that special I guess that's sparking them but it's definitely times when you know he he has to a hard time out or take toys I it's a weird it's a weird thing having had dreams about having a daughter and kids and stuff like that but actually having him here it's I wanNA preserve that today is a is a snack day breakfast lunch and dinner he wants a snack and telling him no and feeding him food is it's like I don't know interrogate off and that's when you know My wife she yells downstairs hey somebody you know coming in the front door so I go outside and the guy walks back the reaper what do you think like how old you have to be before you let them read Hunt Se in his teens teenage years thirteen Mr Life here too as well so that's good to hear Oh yeah same here now being sniper did that prepare you for the patients that it takes to be a dad hear negative I started off I was sleeping I was playing guitar in the garage came inside to taking that while he was taking up my son and I heard the time on our alarm system go on well I finally got him and that's how that whole thing went down but it was one of those things that they'll my family's home and this guy is you know got a knife or whatever of our windows during we were sleeping night but called on this day he didn't see me behind this pillar of my house and he's coming up to the door he had already looked in the window the US banker a timeout guy. How do you handle that I'm a timeout guy I grew up with the spankings and you know all that stuff I think that for right now time out oh yeah yeah and talk about taking charge there I mean I've seen that post on instagram where someone tried to rob you and it's amazing to think that you've been overseas and bad guys overseas it's a lot of screaming a lot of fighting and it's just the reasoning portion of it but it's weird how how they all develop in you know on a gun battles and stuff and then your home here in the US where you feel like you're safe and then something like that were you by yourself at the time was your family you had that go down my family was inside Orw once you're in the hospital and they kind of have the little area for the baby he comes back and forth but then that leads day when they when they say here you go it's a whole different for guilty I just didn't not with my son in the House I think that's when I that line wants that line is crossed is it's you know it could have been way different I I gave it thing I've you know I've driven the streets of Baghdad and stuff like that but here stateside you're right it always feels like maybe you're not doing enough or are you doing enough and AH could've gone down way different yeah it's definitely it's definitely one of those things Nikki you know you guys come from the special operations world but just a regular civilian father our time finding a job outside and the outside workforce that are you know some of their skill sets may not be applicable as far as shooting or preventing you know to protect your family and I think that that's what keeps us DADS on our PS and QS and if the time comes you know God forbid we're prepared and up the guitar until I was contracting I bought a guitar offender and I practice playing but I had no idea what I was doing once you've been in a few of them compared to someone who hasn't been in a gunfight at all reaction is different the precision when it needs to be precise could be there wouldn't things from happening or you know that caliber I think that it would be a good choice you know definitely have it would be a better choice than having you know him you know develop a process different things and how those about getting his way but I'm a I'm definitely at a time out for right now for right now when he hits the age of the teachers armed may not have the qualifications are are certain skill sets but guys who have been in shoot outs they they process things different and I think that Justice Jimi Hendrix documentary and it was one of those things that kind of inspired me learning how you know he learned how to play he was not even taller anything's kind of self taught listening to the at the guitar down for a little bit and picked it up a few years later and you know actually sat down and gave it a crack yeah very cool what type of what do you got coming up yes I wasn't getting enough girlfriends with the violin so I went over to the piano and she had me playing in the church for a while so those were always my go-to instruments I didn't pick that'd be awesome to see Oh yeah that'd be weird to see I don't know if I would watch all of in certain parts I don't know anybody in mind that you'd like to play you in the Stock Market Convention and filming a TV show with Discovery Channel and in the hopes are ran talks right now able to to stop whatever you know threat needs to be stopped but yeah I would you know go back to the old Mr T. d.'s and just the food that will try it you know one of those things just walking down the street with our families it's Kinda like you never know if you're doing enough to try to observe and take care to make sure that you keep your family safe you know Oh yeah Oh yeah our kids school systems to keep them safe I honestly wouldn't mind at all I think that it would definitely definitely a employ a lot of guys who have portray you know I guess who I am deep down inside not necessarily you know Gung Ho you know crazy guy who just loves out down the street and makes this little like he's stalking the place and this wasn't the first time I found out later that he had been stalking and scoping

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Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of August 3, 2019

Talk Nerdy to Me

29:24 min | 2 years ago

Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of August 3, 2019

"So Yeah we have Patrick Mega today so I have Alex doing your. He's the one who did the last one minute review video for walking. You guys all the really cool and absolutely done again. I'm I'M GONNA go Clark Kent on you so you might not recognize me now. Oh Super Troy yeah otherwise. I can't read my own writing down here so yeah. We'll just jump right into it man. You're more into comics and Patrick is so yeah that's my gimmick. I leave a little harder on comics this week. Okay <hes> absolute carnage carnage coming out next week. Yeah people are very excited for that one. Have you read anything about it not yet but I just know that people are whatever since venom came came out people have been getting back into the symbiosis of like the Spiderman Universe especially especially venom and then with the whole after credit scene with carnage people really getting into that and then we have woody Harrelson and he's weird any wig. Ralph MacDonald was a hard knock life yeah when I think I think Encarta Jew. That's not what I it looks like the girl in the Wendy's that's Wendy. Do don't scare me. No the laugh at you would have been great if it was just woody Harrelson Sans Wig just just him he's. He's kind of creepy if you just next. I'm pretty sure he'd be a really creepy looking dude a I mean he's done some creepy rolls before so yeah. Have you seen <hes> what's that one western with the Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin Rowland. Oh No country deferral men I thought he kind of had an intimidating presence and there wasn't so much further back with like Mickey and Mallory from Oliver Stone Own earlier Vietnam very excited for absolute carnage because people again with renewed interest in December characters. I'm really excited to see something like all right. We have this carnage who's like venom but more like he's more vicious. He's more powerful and the last time it's really what really happens. A lot is that carnage vitamin end up having the team together to the enemies coming together to defeat this one carnage so I think people are really going to get really excited on that one. Have you seen the storyline for that and looks pretty much any any person who's ahead a symbiotic is he's coming after carnage his figured out that there is a god who created symbiosis Noel L. Okay and he wants. He thinks to to get back in contact with knoll. He needs to get all the I guess when you have a symbiotic leaves a codex in Your D._N._a.. Um So he's going and he's trying to take all the codex from anybody. WHO's at symbol because at least a little mark on them I guess I'm only do that to kill him and he's even ones already dead like <hes> Thunderbolt Ross? He's dug him up all so any if you've had a symbiosis ever which is pretty much the same which is probably you watching this. If you're connected marvel cinematic at all or marvel you've probably had a symbiotic yet and we dime and who can we include in that last week. Definitely he's definitely cyclops deadpool. Who can you do take off? The list is there's a ton Hun. People who've touched US yeah cards coming after all yeah he's a he's pretty formidable. Yes I think we're venom spiderman usually at the end up teaming together stand a chance against and then it takes a little bit of luck on top of this R. N. G. SO Lorient. That's going to be a good one. That's going to be very wide reaching thing in marble people really excited for new entries to be really really popular to cool. You probably didn't see about this universities. I read that this morning. Universal is expanding their theme parks even further. It's GONNA be down the road from where they're at. Seven hundred fifty acres the biggest endeavor yet yeah <hes> there's a call at universal epic epic theme park which is a pretty good great name for an epic theme Park Yeah they haven't divulged much. I guess it's just it takes you on a journey through this adventure and they said that the journey is more important to them than the destination in this old wizard trope roller coaster was the French made along the way yeah yeah so yeah. That's <hes> I I'm looking. I think we might go down to <hes> Disney around Christmas. I think they're having the Star Wars I think so I wanna fly them. Linden Falcon. I Will Not Sit Co.. I am not chewy. I'm sitting in the damn pilots. You're not. You're not somebody's so why whoever's we'll fight you see me and you're the pilots I'm GONNA cold-cocking from buying relationships along with the pilot is going to be a mutiny aboard uh-huh this guy this guy is. I don't think there's any gray area with with him. Either you like him or don't one Robert Feld. Mr Life failed. Yes I have some opinions nothing nothing strictly personal for me. It's just is an artistic standpoint. I think a lot of people have a lot of Houston negative connotations for nineties comic books because due to his writing and due to the artwork work to this day. I still whenever I have sleep paralysis. I just see big tested captain America in the corner staring not just big chat that I remember that picture that thing was a page they had a bigger page yeah with his chest in it just crazy big and then did you see the the the the imagination of like they took away the shield and that the actual body proportion of what he would look like no. It's fake like his arm is up to like here because that's going to shield the center is he's not a fan of anatomy. No and anatomy shouldn't be a fan of him because I know he'd put muscles on atop muscles. Were muscles shouldn't even be yeah just like you have a three layer deep muscle that he he he's. He's famous for not likely to draw feet. No the the love is people are standing behind stuff. Are there behind him behind them or if you're doing something like doc. Let's see the famous deadpool cover when he first the first issue of a deadpool. They're just kind of like points when you see him trophy you we know why he doesn't he hasn't quite mastered the foot yet. I don't know is it hard to draw feet when their shoes i. I can't draw stick figures figure so I don't know if we're talking Tarantino feet where it's the full foot the. Maybe that's like okay. We're we're talking about in Bouma with Thurman Bigfoot Yeah. Oh apparently I getting sidetracked from that. The the new movie that came out It it doubles down on the foot thing oh man. He definitely has a fetish yeah. That's a I mean there's like Oh. It's artistic at some point. It's like no do do that so fixation station the this isn't like Lynn's players with Abrams. This is yeah you just like to see people's fee you freak. I wanted to be cast in attorney film not just because I'm a filmmaker as a body as a body. I'm like what is in my contract. That says I had to show my feet. He doesn't the God. I just want to see the contract. Pay Whatever money to see a contract leak one if you want me to but most show fee ten percent of screen time. I've I've seen people do a lot worse for a lot less a quinton for right man of money. I'll show you I'll show you my feet right now so you're right now. I don't exactly my demo reel. Eh just put me into the credit at the end standing for foot but yeah no. I don't know what it is with rob. Lie failed as so he quit youngblood yeah dude. That's one of the he's created quite a few characters. Yeah not all are popular in the way that he created like deadpool was just at throwaway assassin Asan in the beginning a parody of death stroke well. That's what he said and originally the now. He's kind of backtracked on. No you can't con- your existence. It's nothing it has done the do nothing like that yeah. He's exactly slade Wilson Way Rosen law man. You can't kind your own existence but he I I guess sold part ownership of young blood back in the late nineties back when he was creating like thirty new characters every day in open open mouth through <hes> image and he's got some kind of disagreement with the CO owner of young blood and he's basically said I'm done. I'm washing washing my hands of it. So maybe it's going to be good again yet. May you know I I shouldn't say that. Rub lie-filled is he's the the nicest guy ever meeting I met him. At a con- he always has a long line. He's always really good to the fans <hes> <hes>. I have no complaints about him. I I'm not I'm not a big fan of his artists artistic direction on stuff <hes> but he has created a lot of iconic characters may cable domino the whole young blood crew. The dude who was spawns friend was that that was a cave no of Bishop yes bishop. No No. We're bishop is the the mutant from the Chapel Chapel. Yeah Channeling Cherchi chapels who actually I Guess Killed Simmons Shannon's Oh rob life those characters to head that little crossover there so that was Kinda cool and so I just it's one of those things we have to kind of like separate the artists from the art and this was like the reverse of usually whenever you say that like the artist was a horrible person but he did a lot of cool things not saying rob. Life didn't do a lot of things you listed off. A bunch of them is it. Just you know almost a diamond in the rough and it comes to quality of workers by like I he said he's really good at the fans but his character and he's really good a confined himself. I mean up to a point. I think he's finally got to the point where he's like. You know let no more yes jazz coming. He came out with the major ex that yeah. That was his new character. The mutant Hunter Guy Yeah and he and he didn't go over very well. The first issues did and then I think after like number. Two people are like no no. There's just more of his old characters rolled into one yeah I for whatever reason what I was reading sort of a major acts it kind of reminded me of the the cosmic ghost rider <hes> destroys them more of a universe getting that kind of vibe from almost like a parody of itself. Yeah I just kind of bins read that the analysis like think I was not expecting Frank Castle. The punisher who became glasses herald who became then thanasis herald who became became the ghost rider to turn into deadpool. I it's very it's just like he's breaking the fourth wall like in times making quips. I never wanted exist. I fake universe existing universe where Frank Castle the punisher becomes deadpool yeah he's not much into the comedy is Frank. He's Kinda. Just there's no gray area. Either your good or you're bad. You're bad you sexy you because he okay Jay walk. I will say though the punisher is of frightening person. The idea of this guy single engelman rogue op eliminated people at his discretion but he believes her bat that being said if certain superheroes just became the punisher for a day most problems will be solved wbt. If Superman became the punisher for like an hour he can get quite a bit done but that being said I just a person exactly the person with that mindset. I would not want to be quickey. I want him to kind of feel that emotional like I'm not doing a good thing I recognize that but it's something that needs to be done on the only person that can do that for the greater good greater good. I wish I had a robe. Well House affects parish of X. Power Right. I think parents have extras came out this week. The House of X. was yes. I I haven't had a chance to review the one but you said you read House of X.. I was going to get around to it because that's the the next episode of the One Minute Review reviewing the house eveque storyline or at least the first issue. Hopefully they'll be a new weekly thing reviewing issues of house Evac so you guys heard that here right here and so from what I was under from what I stood. It's getting back to allegorical right where the movies were basically an allegory. Sorry for equal rights yeah yeah. They've been kind of political from day. One Yeah Yeah just this sense of like all their different their hated on for being different and they're are standing up for themselves but it's kind of dangerous. They're sending themselves so I heard their most recent like years. They have kind of gotten away from it. It's more action adventure now with House of X.. Power our of extra going back into allegorical. We stand for something. This is representative of a group of people that you can like relate to identify with <hes> whether whether it's a certain race l._G._B._T._Q.. All that that they're getting back to more of that representing people I can get behind. I mean that the heyday that's when they were popular eh four so maybe it's going to work hopefully because I think the last big thing the X.. Men like expert Universe did was the old man Logan in stuff. I don't mean like the original old man Logan graphic novel I mean after what was the secret wars to electric blue whatever that they did it while back in old man. Logan just now exists in our six six universe. I think I have mixed feelings about that one so yeah 'cause that opened the door for old men anything that I think they trademarked old man because the whole main quill men Hawkeye I want. I want a mix of playtoy. GotTa Speaking D._C.. The D._C. Release Old Lady Harley has apparently they did yeah those. Those two always do little subtle jabs at each other then hardly have read tool red tool. That was a bit more clever. GotTa fight gun knock off of deadpool instead of Frank Castle Mar Sorry. I'm upset about that. I get upset about two things and that's one of them. Have you seen Franken castle the Frankenstein Franken at the data that you actually no because it's a great great name Castle Yeah. It's a look that one up guys it's really we as it's we're just I want them to make an old man rocket but the whole issue is he's dead because he's a raccoon. They don't live very long but this is he old now. In the most recent one he was the number seven or eight. It's got the bloodstream pawprint on the front window the ship that they actually become a thing I was making a joke in marvel made it a thing yeah I think they maybe they're listening to me yeah. Yeah the old man think stop over in London was Great Almond Hawkeye Domain Quill. Oh you gotTA stop. Stop Yeah about that. Powers of x housework is supposed to be the big thing for bringing X. men back now. Did you get any of the seeds they will see Deepak now I didn't I don't know if we have any left. Is there little promo things that had actual seeds in them for the Creko apply because I guess when they walked through to go through their the Coca Cola they got these little seeds now so yeah I took them. I took one of each. I'M GONNA plant them in the house all that school. I'll update you guys if I if I don't have much green thumb but if I get them to grow and you can see pictures and then I'll use that to walk through Coa you can do the <hes> the gladiator things move your fingers gently across it works. I know you're excited. Did you see the draft housing using Promo for that yeah so years ago they've done it before. When wonder woman came out they did a women's only showing wonder woman wonder woman and people were got so much flack so much flack but now with the release of it chapter to doing a clowns clown's only showing the did it for the first one to did they? They'll pass a one did in the one we go to and I don't think they're doing it for this. One which is I think the closest may be the San Antonio but yeah it's clown only viewing of it too. If you're afraid of clowns I and you just you don't think you don't you're if you walk in to go see some other movies. See the theaters alley to see a steady stream of taking your kid's toy story four for the second time. Take on the clouds you just you're just you just see a little puddle here for are your jeans instead of like getting limit for the premiere they get like one four to focus and like four people get out all this pile up that would be that would be the first ever you can have that Alamo. I gave that for you gave you that we give and I I think I'm not I'm not clown of phobic or whatever the they don't scare me. Don't scare me. It's just I don't. I don't have a prejudice against a lot of people clown. There's not fear now. You're calling it a prejudice calling it a prejudice against clowns town clown. If my daughter we server kind here yeah no shirt no big shoes no. I'm sorry Bozo. You gotta you gotTa you gotTA head on out. I'm saying I want my daughter. Premiering one be personally. I was walking down the street and I saw a family clowns coming towards me. I'm crossing the street. Really I don't know I just I don't trust them. That's not racism because it's not a race that it sounds like people are angry against the in humans or the mutants <music> calendar me but something that other kinds of meetings. I've never met a clown that I enjoyed being around so it's just me I'm not GonNa go to the this clown. Only you know what here's the here's okay. I thought I want to go to this clown only showing four clown gear because I want to know what a clown actually is. You're going to infiltrate infiltrating going deep in and then watch like do. I'm GonNa do this so warm. The Alamo Draft House. It's GONNA come off go uh-huh killer-class from outer space and try to eat near really rose those big shoes for <music> decades or centuries learning that craft so they'll they'll inglorious batches. They have cards. It killed. Yes if you've seen the clown motel in Nevada. No is is exactly what it is is just a motel. It's nothing clown stuff everywhere. They actually made a really crappy deal. Type movie is horrible Apple said Okay I I try to they. Sent me the wreck the trailer so you guys can review this. I wash now. You don't want me to send it to me. I will go one minute review on my God. If you could give me that copy I will hands down. No questions asked to a woman a review on that it Martin Clever little dude food from parts agreement yeah he's only name I recognize in it and the rest of it. You see a clown yeah okay. If not then I take everything I just said back it's I I started to watch it and it had promise and then I'd just like yeah no this I love. I love bad movies. I love bad movies more than certain family members I. I just love him. Okay so calm hotel. Is it a motel like rural listening place. No tell motel kind of like one of those out in the middle of don't worry I actually even better I want little onsite yeah middle of nowhere just clown hotel. Take a road trip out there and we review onsite on-site yeah we should we get back to the movie Egg. They were just this long tangent of clowns and the the dichotomy of clown good and evil the it movie. I'm excited for it. I'm pretty excited for. I really loved the first one I love the cast to read the book I try to I got halfway. I'm like Stephen King's an insane person he's very wordy and he has like seven storylines at one time in the keeps going back then awesome less cultured like slams together Yeah Oh aw that the object game of thrones is just kind of like devolves so we won't mention game and so <hes> <hes> the book I remember the Old Ninety s t._v.. Movie All Tim Curry. Do you remember a Bevis boyfriend before she got into you know the the crew. They're adults Stephen King Coming until like way later after they deal with pennywise and they're adults while yeah I got that far in this two thousand pages memoir wire of an insane person he well. I mean just look at movies and books guys not on the same plane of mental reasoning reasoning is Audi Mercedes. Now say awareness awareness anyway. It's a good book and the movie. The I haven't seen the new one from it I still need to I heard it was pretty close and it was it was very close. Sands the whole kid timing anyway that was in the book. The book was that was kind of the uncomfortable part of the book but uncomfortable part most the book for this the second one coming out. I hope it just goes the first one I I do like a lot of the older cast. I'm a huge James mcevoy guy. I love him a lot <hes> but we'll see if I have the same connection with them as I did the the younger caste. I love mcevoy so you said you hadn't watched the boys yet. I do get a lot of watchmen vibes. Kinda is kind of that dystopia thing where you know what if you know the superheroes were boy scouts like like Superman. They pretty much do what they want when they want how they want and <hes> if you try to stop them you're going to disappear. That's very the way you described. It sounds like keenum com. It's similar yeah well. Well Kingdom. Will they go more into the depraved area. <hes> can you come very biblical. Kinda just like killing criminals to stop them. Yeah I mean these. These guys have big superhero orgies just if they kill somebody that is you know. Write it off. Well you know it wasn't our fault now off infiltrating tweeting a clown party. I'm wondering how do I get to the Super Orgy. What's the what's the what's the that actually have the scene in one of the first season <hes> go into one of the clubs. It's a superhero club hub in debt the guy who's kind of straight. He's like stretchy. Oh so he's got very popular dudes going down here on the couch but then he stretched over across the place to another catch and he's given a handy doing other well. It's you can't say he's not multifaceted and ask the most tame same thing. If you've ever read the books I mean they said and season three. There's one that's just a a weekend long superhero orgy all the superheroes together and just whatever they WANNA do each other they do it. How does survive through the Vault Company. Who kind of is the corporation who has contracts with all because they basically they've created superheroes. They create them with this compound. They have contracts on the top. You know they have the top. Op Seventy call seven those are the ones who are like the national brand endorsement people but then like ever little cities can contract with this corporation to have their <music> own superhero like they're talking about one Baltimore. They were GONNA pay three hundred thousand to have this guy basically be stationed in Baltimore for three years and helped them take care of their crime because it was really high and in he'll help endorse the city and all this so basically you're contracting your own superheroes. Nobody's GonNa believe me but my buddy Jacob we were in. We were in class and he was like I had this idea about superheroes. I like watchmen but they're kind of depraved and they do this thing where you hire them them. They're kind of like how dollar bill bill from watchmen. He's lost the bank because like superhero but they're all like they have like like Nascar. Drivers sponsorships mantra ships yeah. It's kind of like that and so I'm GonNa go ahead and say the boys stole his idea and I well garth ennis. I think this out a long time ago. Whoa Oh my God. My friend is a fraud. I'm going to go and get his degree back. It's a good guy. It's it's a story. That's been done several different ways people but garth ennis he wrote the preacher. You can tell how depraved the boys is going to be just that if you've seen seen or read any of the preacher it's bad yeah so. I guess the another topic we can get on just kind of like branching off. This is <hes> Watchmen H._B._O.. Show I've had a chance to talk about that. Is it out yet no not yet but they came out with a second trailer. I'm on the fence on that one. I don't I love the racial watchmen <hes> the before the watchman and stuff to put out I'm okay with. I'm not sure if I'M GONNA like this series so i.. I'm willing to give it a chance a lot of people probably we are just by name recognition. Don Johnson Yeah just just because it's called watchman people really enjoy that Universe Jeremy Irons is going to be awesome and Diaz Right. I forgot got about Jeremy Looking to be really fun. I think and I don't know we'll see how that one goes just mainly because I I want more from this universe on very excited with the universe ever percents doomsday clock kind of came in slightly disappointed me a little bit because it's still not finished to keep pushing it in push. You told me previously that they're GONNA have they plan twelve issues but it's more likely looking like thirteen or fourteen with like three or four months between each one yeah yeah and so. I've always said that things are happening. Nothing's going on. That's the best way to yeah so people need like after reading that they want their watchmen <music> sequel ask fix and I think this watchman shares on E._S._p._N.. Is Going to fix that for them. I'm excited to meet new characters and he's universe. I thought it was really cool that the superheroes heroes aren't superheroes. They're basically just all a bunch of Batman or Rochas works at University. Yeah have you had any of the <hes> the doomsday clock read like in the first three or four. NEGGA tired of waiting on them after that wait for come out and for me. It's an abusive relationship. They done let me wrong every few months. I keep going keep coming back. I'm like maybe I don't like. I said a lot of things are happening. Nothing's going on and they kinda keep trying to hit the the same beats the original comic did with okay an issue four we saw Roche ax you know his his origin and now in this issue for the newer sex thing thing and then this past issue ten that came out like oh around this time when we showed them document hadn't origin and they showed it again but with how how he created the new fifty two which is the worst thing is ever done what was good at a new attitude besides uncle man. I'll comment was awesome Batman. I like a lot of green lantern stuff Batman Augment. The Red Lanterns for Legis was phenomenal other than that. I like the first lantern that kind of yeah that wasn't bad. I I didn't appreciate the Guardians of the universe psychopaths well near the kind of our because yeah but you know it's it is the new fifty two better now with rebirth. I think yeah not with me. Pain that you get is what clash in R._P._G..

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Why Healthcare is Like A Carwash and What We Can Do to Change It with Dr. Danny Sands, Health IT Consultant and Speaker at Zev Enterprises / DrDannySands.com

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Why Healthcare is Like A Carwash and What We Can Do to Change It with Dr. Danny Sands, Health IT Consultant and Speaker at Zev Enterprises / DrDannySands.com

"Successful and inspiring healthcare leaders and influencers and now your host Sal Marquez welcome back once again welcome to the outcomes rocket podcast where we inspire collaborative thinking improved outcomes and business success with today's most any sands he's an innovator and primary care physician and wears many hats in the field of medicine he's contributed in many ways very well all care but I was frustrated as I was in healthcare that we weren't taking advantage of information technology yes and honestly it was like this alternate world where the fact that I wasn't even premed I'm a freshman hall whenever somebody got sick they came to me so that that's crazy it's a sign it's a calling you could leave a rating and review or today's episode because our guest is an outstanding individual his name is Dr Dan Tone for being the Board Chair Co founder and past President for the Society of Participatory Medicine we're going to dive into some of that in the podcast I he's a senior partner and SP consulting he is a primary care physician as I mentioned and he served as advisor and faculty and Chief Medical Officer who is the chief of neurology at the Cleveland clinic o nine he was kind enough to not only show me around the hospital and this is the Cleveland Clinic jumping around the hospital forced to think like that wow when I eventually went to college I was on the fence between choosing medicine or because I had worked in advanced mathematics and stuff in that engineering space and the strange thing happened which was reasons I still don't understand to this day on my freshman hall despite it was an information technology free zone so like in training I'd have attending physicians who would be asking the medical student of the residents say teach me things about how neurology was practiced but then as I got a little older he actually let me go on rounds with him along with his retinue of students and residents healthcare because it's the genesis of the fire so what was it for you that got you in the medicine it's a good question salt so I don't have any doctors in my family I was certainly always interest and that was just fascinating gave me a white coat and it was Kinda like I was one of the team and he used to ask me like he would go around and ask his residents fellows questions embarrass startups as well as various well known healthcare companies and so what I WanNa do is welcome you Dr Sands to the podcast have to spend time in the podcast talking about that awesome sounds great I always like to kick off the show Danny with the why and so I ask all my guests why did you get into analogy I was also interested in the field of engineering called operations research and I was also interested in law believe it or not really yeah it took me about a year or so to figure it out information or another example Mrs Jones was admitted last night after having fainted she had syncope what we call it right and I'd like you to knee out and I decided that I didn't like those huge books that the law people had to read a lot and I didn't like the very strange people I'd have to hang out with if I thank you it's going to be here so it's a pleasure to have you on anything that I missed in your intro that you want to add there no I think that's pretty good people can read more about me online we don't potassium was when she came in and then they say all right what was it a week ago when she was at home and they'd asked to recollect this and it was like this recalling it and sometimes you turned to me and asked me a question particularly one that they wouldn't answer they couldn't answer wow and I didn't know anything of course but the expectations were low and it was just really interesting and what was the result of it well it really did change my life because after I finished my residency and I did this training in clinical informatics I assumed operational response I would say for example Mrs Smith got admitted with hyper Kalia or high potassium what was her potassium when she came in and they'd be asked to recall she didn't math and science but also a lot of other things I did get exposed to healthcare as a kid really as a as a student in high school through a friend of the family's I'm ten of the fifty known causes of syncope and you know it's just ridiculous recall and and you know we had to prescribe drugs and keep track of drug interactions and I knew that's what I figured I ruled out the other two things in this healthcare stuff was pretty cool and that's really what drove me into that but as you know 'cause you've read my bio I did how technology can improve the care of patients but then I took a little detour because as I was doing this and it was developing these technologies prescribing information to my patients and this became a real passion of mine at how this technology can be a tool for patients as well and that ultimately led me to ability for lots of clinical systems at a Beth Israel in Boston which became Beth Israel deaconess and that was really what I was into I was all about this hey how same technologies are technologies at least could be also useful to patients and to connect patients to clinicians so for example this guy named Tom Ferguson who was a doctor but never practiced instead he became interested in how patients could really be their own doctors they could take care of themselves gauging highly likable person we sat there and he had a badge and that's when I asked him about the society and so maybe Dr Sands for the listeners that don't know about months ago and that's when I had the pleasure of meeting Dr Sands we were out for one of the lunch breaks and sat next to him and talk about just a highly you that information technology was to improve the way we provide care for patients and so I start out training in that area I really wanted to make a difference there okay this could be on the cutting floor but about how this organization was created I'll be wonderful starting around let's say around two thousand and two thousand one helped develop one of the nation's patient portals that I mentioned that Israel and then I went off to industry and while it was there I helped found this non-profit electric health record and a initiatives portal and I helped develop patient portal and all this other stuff a funny thing happened which is that in my own practice while I was using these tools I was learning insight for parents about kids about pediatric health really it's like Dan hoke and John Lester who together ran is incredible online support commute the Society for Participatory Medicine and it had been in two thousand nine and it was so interesting to learn about that so listeners I was at health two point oh aw I was using email in my practice back in Nineteen ninety-one your he yeah when the web came out on the scene I was found all these health websites and the training incl- informatics and that really wasn't important change in my life foul and so you saw it coming you knew that it was a way that it was going to improve you took a deep dive world of healthcare with real grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation so after Tom died we continued to meet every year and talked about these same issues would be different and it was great tom unfortunately died in two thousand six and he died and he was almost done writing a white paper about this and they were people like Susanna Fox was doing research on the impact of the Internet and on Healthcare Alan Green who is pediatrician who created information we actually created a journal a peer reviewed journal the Journal of Participatory Medicine and we knew we wanted to have members and we wanted to set the bar low for memberships so that even and the existing healthcare system really needs to change needs to be less paternalistic all these really fascinating ideas that he'd been working on for a long time and Tom collected p eighty four neurologic diseases he's the kind of people that were all brought together and I was brought in because of my interest in the use of email with patients and letting givers wanted it to be about other stakeholders healthcare like healthcare executives not tripping Moore's because we knew that we needed to change that culture of health care and from the very start full collected ideas and people and over time he brought together a group of people changed over time but it was a core group of people who are doing interesting things in healthcare completed that white paper which you can now find on our on our website and then in two thousand nine we said Gall Darn it we're GonNa make something of this we're gonNA create into were struggling with serious illness and financial hardship could join us and that we wanted to have the Gravitas of a medical society so that we could actually engage healthcare metaphor that grabbed you so much we talked about we were sitting outside at Santa Clara. Oh Man I'll never forget it and get ready this is really good nationals as well so that was the start of the organization and one of the CO founders of the organisation I should mention is someone who is that goes by the moniker e patient days got it maybe you could tell them a little bit about what it is and just a little tidbit of of that analogy shared when we were together sure I think that I'll tell you just a little bit if this so rush and what I mean by that is that the patient is the car and there's some how dirty their unhealthy or dirty and there passively cruiser through this healthcare system which is the car wash and they're getting health sprinkled on them and somehow they come out the other end and they're helping eight an organization out of this alone we created this Society for Participatory Medicine and we knew a few things initially we knew that we wanted to to see their records through patient portals and we used to get together annually and SORTA talk about healthcare and try how we're going to you know we'd like to make a difference patient support community to him and to this day Dave says my doctor prescribed acor that was the name of the website if the support group is the patient's health and just like any collaboration forget healthcare first second you collaborate with your colleagues about whatever you can collaborate with your spouse about it is a collaboration it's a collaboration between the patient and the doctor or the healthcare professional and the subject of that collaboration yeah I think that too often we meaning both healthcare professionals and patients think about healthcare as if it's a car noticed with metastatic cancer and diagnosed metastatic cancer and he went through treatment and I went through a lot there's a lot to talk about yourself so I'm sorry I'm chip is that we used a lot of interesting technologies and there's an interesting story that we've written about he's written about about what happened when one day he was dying child-care whatever it is it's going to have five elements to make it success one is free flowing communication and other is sharing of information nobody hordes information you his name is Dave Dee Bronco and I actually brought him into this group because he's a patient of mine and he's a patient of mine and one of the interesting things about our relations present the diverse voices in healthcare we didn't just WanNa be about patients doctors and other healthcare professionals as well we wanted to be about really trying to transform the culture of patient care and in order to do this we focused in four pillars and I'll tell you about this pillars in one second but I want to give you that you probably want to do this in the west coast at some point as well and maybe other places but this was a really great first conference very engaging wonderful speakers and on our website you can actually view uh comes that we want and it's not cost effect so we need to change that we need to think about healthcare differently it's not a car wash and it's not a typical service industry to the outcomes rocket podcast where we chat with today's most successful and inspiring healthcare leaders. I welcome you to go to outcomes rocket dot com slash reviews Asian it's shared decision making it's mutual respect and finally it's engagement so we want that to be what healthcare is doctor prescribed eight core and it saved my life and it really did and he's written about that but I digress one of the founders of this group the organization is all about so when we think about this we're we're trying to change this culture of healthcare right and if we WANNA do that we can't just do this it's not a simple silver bullet solution reviewed evidence for things that we do in participatory medicine so it's like a Cochran Library if you know what that is but this is focused deepen participatory healthcare that has one videos of all of our speakers fantastic we'll have to include a link to that Danny for the listeners sure and in fact there's a special bonus which is that ethic closings don't worry about how to get there what we'll do is on the show notes of this we'll put a link to that and we'll make a little note for you to remember to check out that closing session I'm excited about checking it out raidly but what are they interested in how we use technology and how we used our relationship to really help him through that among other things I prescribe a patient online choosing an issue in pushing that out that's the advocacy piece the third areas in research and although we don't do research we published Research Peer Reviewed Journal the Journal Participatory Medicine should we gotta think about different areas so we focus on four pillars and the first area is this community of conversations among this community of diverse state which is now as of just recently is now being published by the Jam I are the Journal of Medical Internet research it's one of their journals no nice and then Ashen watch the video for that because there is a special treat that Dave and I did really I won't spoil it for you but you gotTa Look Oh man so listener that conversation Alberson's thank you it was terrific it was in Boston we're an international organization but we certainly have a lot of people in the Boston area and we will olders in healthcare described that diverse community to you yes and we do that both online and in person we just had our first face-to-face conference Oh did you they put the hook in the hook and I love it so that was that was conversation community and then we do a lot of online conversations as well and then the second areas advocate so you we're trying to influence public policy and influence the hearts and minds of the population yes so whether that's responding to public policy that's being proposed or whether that's the other project we're starting in research in the early stages is we're creating a a research library so that anybody who's a member can find out the best and that is the problem that we that was major problem that we have with healthcare is body nobody's engaged experience isn't great and we're not getting the the cool the last area last of the four pillars and then I'll let you get a word in edgewise saw his creation about it so education we recognize that calcitrate doctors that they are the problem this is why we need the societies because those healthcare providers those doctors in particular are so we have to education to change culture that's a huge part of this and initially I thought that all we need to do is take care of those areas that you're most proud of today's in your career and and something that other other leaders in healthcare can learn from Oh that's a hard question so well chronic but the actually stands for engaged educated enlightened empowered so we actually need to train I'm proud of the society I'm proud of what we've been able to accomplish today we have far to go but I think that my experiences there have been tremendous learning patients to be com- e- patient so that they can be more effective collaborators with their healthcare providers when you first said e patient Dave that's what education and other people have created so I think that's going to be ultimately how we deal with at least the current crop of patients and professionals as we move upstream it becomes a little bit implicit in this and that we both the patients and the doctors view healthcare as a car wash in many cases and that's what we want to change Tom Through speaking to teaching face to face if you will that's not scalable so we need to actually create educational modules that we can host or point people to more complicated we probably have to insert ourselves into the curriculum in pre professional education right and we've got to figure out how to influence public school education so that we can include these concepts mile it sounds like a lot of things are being done now things in the pipeline to do in the future for upstream but definitely a lot ferguson who I told you inspired this organization had a term that he created many years ago and that term is patients and the e everyone thought it was elected I thought I thought it was easy as in like online at electron IQ but the easiest for engaged empowered exactly oh wow that's interesting I think that thought leadership has been something that I think I'm proud of I've been able to influence a lot of people through the work that I do and so that's been an area and finally I guess so we want to educate healthcare professional educate patients and family caregivers but we actually ultimately so I wanNA move upstream and we want to influence healthcare professionals insist for me I think we've helped a lot of people who are various efforts and I think we're really at an important inflection point so the society is certainly something that that's been great here it's your fault too so take yeah take the opportunity to take those steps to make it happen Dr Sands what would you say one of the is it makes sense when you go buy a house you don't get told what to do by your realtor you're involved in the process and in the same way it's a two way street so don't blame your doctor the things in the works yeah that's exciting well thank you for walking us through that Danny it's listeners as you can tell Dr Stans is very passionate about what he does and we've had several pass talk about self management in healthcare and Dr Sand is an example of what it is to represent this movement bizarre that people knew that answer but at the same time I felt like I was supposed to know the answer because they were asking the question and they didn't WanNa hear I don't know but one of the for their professional so let's get the doctors before they're doctors yes and the nurses before there there's his aunt for patients we want to get people before they're sick before they're paid and we want to get them when they're in middle school and they're in health class they should be learning how to become e patients when they're young how do you do this how do you spread the word it's a great question and it's not easy in the case of education there are different ways that we can accomplish this so some of many of us in the organization do this I've learned looking back on my career is all of the exciting things that I've done happened because of serendipity and because I was open minded about new ideas and five years and I never really had an answer for that saw yeah I didn't know where I wanted to be in five years because I I wasn't sure and I thought it was metaphor gave you well it this is a co dependency so this is a co-dependency meaning that I think Haitians many patients and family caregivers eighteen years doing designing implementing and evaluating technologies and then I just realized that wasn't quite enough and I was keeping an open mind and that's doc fascinated up baby because the cars ready to roll as the best way to improve healthcare outcomes really moved to industry because an opportunity came up and I moved industry and it's those kind of things just sort of not knowing is sometimes helpful not be let me give you an example I work with medical students and residents a lot and there are many people who come in and say I know exactly what I WANNA do out of that why you're able to do all of it what words of wisdom would you share with the listeners so I think that keeping an open mind about one's career is important so spend too much about it I just sorta did it but that wound up being an important Brad that led me all this consumer health informatics work that I've been doing has worked at Beth Israel deaconess for allergy but I'm not necessarily an early adopter and I understand that technology great when they have value bring value but I think that not about technology here it's about listening to the patient who set yeah I think that's such a great perspective Danny and as we approach the things that we have in front of US listeners be open minded ye tactical work that I've done all the work I did for many years at Beth Israel in Boston developing and implementing a technology are still in use today and if you had to pull one thing in some ways I mean it's fine if you know everything that you WanNa do and every time I was asked to interview question because they always ask you this say so Danny or do you want to be in the right test and get better outcomes at lower cost I think that's beautiful what would you say the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid the biggest pitfall of GonNa do my residency in medicine and I'm GONNA get a fellowship in Cardiology and then I'm going to focus on interventional cardiology and a misspent Mr life doing interventional cardiology and that's good and they don't have anything of concern it's okay to say no but it's also important that we listened to our patients we need to have a conversation so the patient do things coming my way when I think about the whole informatics thing going way back in my career right why did I do that because I was frustrated we weren't using technology healthcare I said let me just something so Danny does this mean that the patient is always right and I'm not saying that I'm not saying that patients always right in the patient always gets to tell you what to do totally different if it was a relatively new in those days to do something like that I started using e mail in my practice with patients I just did it I didn't like it just goes on and on and it's true it's really a challenge you know we all are expected now to maintain our knowledge through continuing education with them as I was saying right that's GonNa make a huge difference and as we're working with them as we're listening to them spending time with them we're going to be able to order fewer tests or you listen to the patient you spend the time thinking about what they may have I think that's how we're going to improve outcomes as we educate our patients we collaborate said beautifully said any how do you stay relevant as an organization or as a practice despite constant change yeah that's hard and the change comes in so many weighs in healthcare especially in the US healthcare system does I think that knowledge is the thing that changes so tremendously is just incredible and I think it's getting a little more challenging because now we have what are called maintenance of certification requirements which honestly we all complain about on the other hand having just on the things that are frustrating find a way to make them work for workflow standpoint but don't lose that joy in your practice sit down with the patients take a breathless out of knowledge and a lot of experience the doctor is an expert in healthcare but the patient is an expert in themselves and that's why it's important to collaborate of it that beautifully her know what's GonNa come a solution that you don't expect a path that you don't expect be open minded and you'll be pleasantly surprised what lies ahead any this has been so much time to do that I know that sort of circular answer I would say one thing though I think that often when people you're me talk about this they'll say serves to be listened to and the patient is rationale but it doesn't mean that the patient always gets what they want and I don't remember the patients coming to see the doctor because the doctor has you've listening to the patients I don't think that we ever go wrong by listening to the patient so I don't think there are pitfalls there I think the pitfalls come when we don't spend the time it's not really what it's about it's about a collaboration and mutual respect and that happens both ways so the patient can't expect to come in and say I know I've been frustrated by all of it and I think that we have to remember why we went into healthcare and we have to find the joy of practice and don't dwell participatory health and I think that this is such a huge and important aspect of healthcare I'm GONNA say healthcare that was published by hymns health information management and that was published a year or so ago and edited by Jan Oldenburg and recently gone through a recertification process where I had to make sure I had lots of continuing education and certification I think there is a value to it because things do change a great deal and I gotta say that I learned a tremendous amount in working in the many months that I was working to study for this exam so I think that we gonna go low tech on your here let's do I'm GonNa stay it's talking to the patient and listening to the patient sure I spend my life in a patient and I wrote a book called let patients help and I'm going to recommend that and I'll give you a bonus one all right which is called participatory sharpen the saw we always have to keep sharp in whatever field we're in healthcare is challenging because we have this content area and then sort of the whole team it model of healthcare is changing at the cams and I've got four hours for you and then a book on the syllabus we're GONNA put together ready I think so I'm not sure I felt bowl you hear all these statistics the amount of knowledge doubles every three to five years you re to medical journals every day you'll be several centuries behind by the end of the year then we use in our professional lives both as doctors and as maybe business executives or whatever we need to always do that thing that Stephen Covey said once bailable for you to check out at outcomes rocket dot com slash Dr Danny at D. R. D. A. N. Y. go to that yeah mass and so there's really a lot of overhead and waste and we need to rationalize all this and it's very easy to get annoyed and distracted of change and as business leaders or healthcare system leaders we also have tremendous opportunities as challenges and I think that technology is one that I've taken to heart than definitely remember to breathe into enjoy the moment. What book would you recommend to the listeners as part of the syllabus yeah that's a really tough patients and you should engage patients and clinicians in the development of your products in your businesses that's it love it strong message and Danny where can the listeners this is at least two challenges and opportunities as clinicians we have the opportunity to be the best clinicians that we can be in these times into them and remember how privileged we are to be able to do this as physicians what a beautiful message Dr Sands and definitely in time and then we have to deal with all these kind of crazy different quality metrics may be different for different payers link and you she'll be able to pull out all the things that we've discussed so Dr Sands Danny this has been so much fun before we conclude I would love if

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08 - Anxious

Made For This with Jennie Allen

21:03 min | 1 year ago

08 - Anxious

"I've got a big announcement for you today and I cannot wait hey guys this is Jenny Allen and you are listening to the made for this podcast you're from Jenny you'll probably La Bible study is because it brings people together over the most hopeful thing that we have which is the word of God so I hope you do it and if you do it do not miss this grab your friends get tickets can't wait to see you or what shall we drink or what shall we wear for the gentile seek after all these things and your heavenly father knows that you need them all but seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness and then I think it's the most engaged study is because everybody feels stuck to some level and I also think everybody feels all these emotions but if nor about your body what you will put on is not life more than food and the body more than clothing look at the birds of the year they neither so nor reap nor gather no there's already but this will season is based off of the most engaged study that I've ever done and it's the first study that I did called stuck and the re- you do the study which I hope you do because this is just a taste and not to mention you need to bring your friends around this and bring community into it and that's why right and so I think we're losing things all the way from things that are deeply important and deeply necessary for spiritual formation and Jesus like silence like Sabbath like obscurity all these things will be added to you therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow for tomorrow will be anxious for itself sufficient for the day is its own trouble and now let's see there was a turning point in my life that came in that season where I was stepping out and doing what God made me to do even though I was scared today scripture is Matthew six versus twenty five through thirty four therefore I tell you do not be anxious about your life what you e or what she will drink is about clothing consider the lilies of the field how they grow they neither toil nor spin yet I tell you even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these but if the Bible says over and over again do not fear in fact it's probably one of the most quoted commands in scripture is that Barnes and yet your heavenly father feeds them are you not of more value than they in which of you by being anxious can add a single our to his fan of life and why are you anxious Dr Jefferson Becky and I are come into your cities the get out of your head tour do not miss it check out all the cities go to get out of your head tour DOT COM and tired and they're like yeah you look scared and it's true I was terrified now the teaching I still stand by it is raw and it is real Z.. or coming to a city near you we cannot wait. I'm telling you we are going to come in hot with all kinds of incredible content in David Flowers is leading worship lives matter and the fear that the devil brings the way that he's going to get us to be shut down easiest just to make us afraid it's not the horror films going to watch videos and I was just I'm sitting here with my team there in the room right now and they were like Jimmy we watch videos and you look so young and I was like I look so ski Heidi of approval what if this thing doesn't happen that I want to happen so badly anxiety grows as we fear the future and we think and I didn't work with scripts I just sat there and I taught the word of God the Best I knew how but I was scared and I WanNa talk about that because I believe that you something really really awesome I think the message that God's put on my heart for this season is this idea of like what's the water we're swimming as a culture and what are we gonNA losing because of that right so clothes the grass of the field which today is alive and tomorrow is thrown into the oven will you not much more clothes you oh you of little faith therefore do not be anxious saying what shall we eat gary when you understand who got is what he has for us and the fear makes us miss both right the fear will make us miss the bad perhaps constantly throughout Old Testament and New Testament there is a call for us to not fear why because life is short because heaven is coming and because our that like it's not usually death although there have been moments where I have been paralyzed about death and I've been paralyzed about bad things happening but it's the constant anxiety and he doesn't say because those things are shallow he says is not life more than food and the body more than clothing look at the birds of the air they neither so nor reap nor guy no I think just the Lord's really revealed to me in the scriptures and some other mentors and friends that there's some gems in the scripture of what the Lord has for us that is sometimes the opposite of what our culture has I I'm really excited Andrew and I think that's where the devil gets us is it's not that he's telling us a complete lie there's a little bit of truth like there's things to be afraid of on earth it's just that they're not consume our lives that consumer thoughts and God doesn't say don't care about those things I in fact he's so kind and merciful toward us because he knows that because I'm older and a lot more happened and I'm just aware of what could happen and so you know I do think though whether it's a huge fear or don't love something more than God so what is it that you love more than God the answer to that question is going to probably circle around what you're afraid of losing what you're afraid of it's important to just think about what it is that you're tempted to love more than God and when you can name that thing you're gonna find out what it is that you're afraid of we're GonNa love things on Earth he says in Matthew that don't be anxious about your life what you will eat what you will drink nor about your body what you will put on Dude we are I'm excited playing all the way from Hawaii you're getting on a bus with a bunch of women like what what is this what are you hoping for it why does God don't worry about it like I am going to meet your needs I'm going to take care of you I'm GonNa take care of your kids and that's my hope is in the thing I tell myself when I worry about at the most and if I look back at myself at that point in live I cared most about approvals so I was most afraid of losing it and all of us love something and we're tempted if although we certainly can't control everything but the fear is also gonNa make us miss the good one of the questions in the study that I wrote a long time ago is what do you care happening and for me for a lot of my life it was approval now I look back at that and I'm jealous of that girl that was afraid of approval because now fears are just bigger and more costly and anxiety usually is driven by what we're afraid of so by definition fear is an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger and anxiety like dude what what happened like you said don't worry about it like that that is a given that you're gonNa take care of me and that is what God says over and over again he says and and you know it's like constant polling and you see women of all different ages and all different cities across usually the US but sometimes out of the country here across the room raised hands the answers to questions so how many of you struggle with being controlling and how many of you struggle with anxiety those did I can't control it I can't I can't make I want happen happen and so when I start out in ministry to do it gotTa call me to do I was so so scared of the two questions are the most unanimous in the room when I ask how many struggles loneliness how many of you struggle with anger how many of you struggle with regret love being home everyday with them so you know I it's just interesting like I think there's just always going to be the seasons of different things that grab our affection that Eddie is more of a question of what if so when you think of low-grade fear you may not call yourself anxious but are you constantly afraid or you control people trying to control your life I mean so funny I go and speak to women everywhere and I'll I'll often ask questions to the room which is completely interesting always a lot of the room that probably almost all my questions and fortunately it's kind of sobering are a majority but when it's control and when it is my buddy and I I realized forgot my wallet and I tell him Hey I forgot my wallet he says to me don't worry about it and then we're sitting over lunch at the end of the meal he doesn't pay for me there's people I know aren't people that live unafraid the bravest people I know are the people that don't let fear to find their decisions in their lives that's what it means when it says do not fear it isn't action I was so scared of things that might happen and he was so interesting is yes I have been rejected all my worst fears in ministry have come true but all of the best parts of life have also come him go where they're supposed to go in life and into there's always going to be something but there was a time in my life where it to value my kids more you know I I didn't love changing diapers this generally guys I seek to women all the time so I just know women and I'm telling you for women this is bondage and so I hate this one and I as gods saint worry about it like I have them I love them more than I love the birds in the air and the lillies in the field I have them and that is fear and so this matters and letting Zayed's is is the result of fear right anxieties the constant nagging anxieties expression of it in our chest when we can't breathe or my kid that I no longer can make sure to school on time make sure make good decisions when when I'm launching these kids into the world this is the thought comes to my mind is hope it's what I go to you know he's got it so I wanted to talk about the difference in fear anxiety because they are very close together their neighbor cousins and my fear of man stopped me from obeying God and I looked back at that now and I'm braver in the reason I'm braver because this is how God works when you jump off a offier those fears are driving our decisions and they're driving our relationships and they're driving what we think about in their for their driving our happiness and they're driving are securities EXAC- or fear it is the whole room so this is bondage like for women especially if you're a guy listening I don't know I mean you can tell me right in watch it just because it's entertaining to see a girl like being brave like that's what it was it was me like saying you know what I'm not GonNa let this paralyze me like I'm not GonNa let other into Barnes and yet the heavenly father feeds them he says I'm going to take care of you I'm GonNa Take Care of you what do I passers gave analogy recently he said if I get into the car mm-hmm and what their futures are going to be like like I realized this this is my idol right now I'm fighting it daily of just letting go and letting them be who God made them to be leading what is the drug the addiction of fear is that it is safer to live afraid shutdown than to fight our fear and to be brave you gotTa talk to somebody you've gotta bring somebody in and I want to say this because we're talking about emotions medicine is a gift from God it was a gift from God now we can use it record that study you guys I mean you talk about needing Xanax it was before I fill my first Bible study I was so scared I mean hey if you if you want losing like right now I mean the thing that I'm Tim did eleven more than God and it really came out when I sent my first kid to college is my kids and future where medicine has become a crutch in our culture is we numb it we numb the motion and we miss what God wants to teach us in it we're not just trying to not feel he's an I hate this one so much I think God hates us so much and he's so clear throughout scripture to not fear is it shuts down like what put you on the back row what makes you Mr life take a deep breath and and we're feeling panic anxiety is the expression of that fear stored up and it and it keeps running wild and us and I want to say that the brave is our beautiful reminder that we cannot do this on our own that we are finite that we don't have enough in our own capacity I still don't it makes you keep your kids in your house safe and sound tucked in what makes us miss the mission of God and the things that he has for us that he wrote the good works he prepared in advance for us to do it's we cannot hide out we need to name our anxieties and Neymar fear and some of you guys you ring Zaidi has gotten to a place where mine did years ago which is if that requires faith that needs God that scares me to death because everything meaningful in my life has been on the other side of fear so much panic that are so afraid they're so depressed that are so low that they need to just be able to breathe again to be able to work through it of and overcome into trust gone because ultimately right all these emotions just come back to Jesus Jesus Jesus Jesus how do we not fear how do we move forward it's cliff I always always start with like those slowest possible cliff is minimally above the water as you can and you jump off the cliff and it's so much fun have enough in my own capacity I need Jesus every day I woke up knowing it today more than I woke up knowing it yesterday and I pray that when I'm eighty I still am living alive all the emotion of fear it's don't let fear stop you from doing what God's called you to do to say what God's called you to say to be God's called you to be that Oh emotions emotions are meant to drive us to truth and to God so we don't want more emotions to where we don't deal with it but there are some people that are having built your bravery and that's how God is now what used to scare me doesn't scare me at all but gosh there are new fears and there are new challenges and there are new things that make me shake at the end it's not the end medicine is only you know what I say about it is and I've heard it said is that what medicine can do is it gets you from and we can't breathe and it doesn't matter what truth is it doesn't matter what it doesn't matter about anything because we can't even think and in our family different points several of us have had to in I know I have talked about heaven a lot because I think that hope and not security of a future drives me y'all give I think about that girl that but then you wanna go off a bigger cliff and so you go up and you jump off the bigger cliff and before you know it you're jumping off way too I of cliffs and you're okay and it's because slowly you have deal and I know I mean I know that some of the monsters you're facing aren't pretend they are real and we need something real and true to fight it and that really I mean I'm trying to think of something right now if there's anything that's really truly meaningful to me that I wasn't scared of and I don't think it's there so we've got to face it I do medicine for a season to get to where we can breathe but we never just do medicine we go to counselling we work through what is find out what the root of it is and and I think that's Andrew thing the only thing I've ever found is a hope that can fight death like I mean is anything scarier and is there an antidote for that apart from Christ of what we're afraid of is pretend like so much of what we're afraid of is not even real and that's where as studied our minds and our thought lives and pulses under the water to being able to breathe so you can do the work to understand your emotions understand what is paralyzing we sometimes can't breathe anymore underwater and I'm terrified of in Never WanNa quit living that way I never want to build a life where I don't have fear because that means I'm building a life where I don't need God fear on what is true what is true like that is our lavender spray that is the thing that routes the monsters but it actually does because it's I love it he's not always here but he's here today he came in and was telling stories about his kids and he talked about his son and how he's afraid of monsters right now and somebody told him the only hope that is also real that beats it overcomes it is gotten so one of my friends in the Rubai Down Casey he's helped produce this whole podcast he's here today emotions you know sometimes they're small guys but usually they're from big places and I can't talk about him and I know that some of your facing you're facing death you're facing your own death right goal and make a pie chart and how much of your thoughts are consumed with fear or insecurity I want you to draw percentage on that pie chart and then in that percentage I want chance of Christ and if we don't start to name those things how are we supposed to take them captive how are we supposed to fight them if we don't even know what we're afraid of and so right what it is that's consuming your mind the most what are you actually worried about. Second Corinthians ten five says take every thought captive to the obedience so my question today is actually taken from the study it's one of the projects in there and I ask you to do is to take a sir down named the things in show it to a friend bring a friend into it God you are better you are better and you are bigger God I pray right now that every single person listening that are fear of you would exceed our fear of anything that can happen to us on the earth and the cool thing about being afraid of you now some of you are facing the death possible death of your child like I know some of these fears are real they're not pretend they're not made up monsters and four year olds head they're real and spears get small because God is big and Jesus Name Amen Love Us and you've shown that in the biggest most incredible gift of your son dying on a cross that rescued us from our greatest need to go and I did not see where the story was going to end but you need to go and you need to get a bottle of water spray bottle and you need to put some lavender in it thinking to scare the monsters like that can fight monsters lavender or put the kid to sleep I dunno spread over his face but but you know what the in this true of us like Soman Veer separation from you death so what are we supposed to be afraid of when God is for us when God loves us when God sees us when God knows that's why I I can't leave God you know it's it's just like the disciples when he says well we're ulcer we got to go you know we're we're going to go what other hope is there when I think of the we can fear you because you are so big and so powerful and so in control of everything but we can rest and our fear of you because I create and build a lot of things but there is nothing I bill that I feel more passionate about in that I believe in more than my Bible and to bring those thoughts and those feelings to scripture studies and the reason why is because it puts women together around scripture and guys that's my life change is in small rooms around the word of God so grab your hair on our head and he knows every thought in our head God you know everything and you love us and you have and so would we rest with the lead you to want more and that Moore is getting around the word of God together and seeing what God does and how he ships us when we are brave enough to be honest I got everything you need to bring a few friends together around this topic and the word of God so the podcast is one thing I hope you and a lot of friends will listen but I hope that it will words but because it is based on God's word it is called stop and you can go to stuck Bible study dot com and with the kit you'll get videos you'll get compensation card you'll get full and all of this season is based on a Bible City wrote years ago that is still so relevant and I believe can help set you free not because of me following a train of thought I'm like like monsters are real and he was like in spray it as like monster spray like you and I was like Oh for the kid okay I got it like I'm thinking oh my gosh there's like something is it your good God and you have us you have the lillies in the field you have the birds in the air and you for sure have us and so we are coming to a city near you guess you I'm coming with you are going to love it Jefferson Becky and I are come into you. 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Rock and Roll Heaven: The Rock and Roll Heaven 2021 Draft

Pantheon

36:16 min | 5 months ago

Rock and Roll Heaven: The Rock and Roll Heaven 2021 Draft

"You dig into rock and roll heaven. Podcast with d. Will drill in t j two. Hey guys welcome to rock and roll heaven. Podcast we talk about the legs careers and desa famous musicians. I'm your host el d. This week. I'm joined by will the thrill earlier and tj to the dukes. Well done nice. I was the drink of choice today. Sir oh shutterbugs and a can who. Wow what religion subject matter. Just a good beer. Yeah uh-huh yes that that also sweet delicious delicious texas nectar standard longer. Yes this is sean rohbock. Bigger what they do well. There's no doubt about that. The fruit of cosmos spitzer's loins. Sorta kind of that was weird. Why bear that. That guy invented but whatever i feel feel some stranger about drinking it all right. Well you know what guys who are warmer in okay honey. Beer talk talk they do. They do have a salty. Lomb version this. This is very cold and it is like beer. And it's not viscous i supposed to do. It's supposed to be cold and taste like beer is a very fluid and not viscous which is word to say inside with meal day viscous. Well we're talking about something today. That is not about deaths at all because we're moving into twenty twenty one right now. We're very excited for this. Today were actually doing our twenty twenty one episode draft so we are chains of rock and roll heaven or just a little bit because we now have three mazing hosts while like two and a half amazing hosts some really short but we figured it would be best to do a year of but heavy hitters. So we have so many heavy hitters that we decided we're going to have a fun little draft so gentlemen. Are you ready for twenty twenty one rock and roll heaven. Heavy hitters draft is. I'm really absolutely and so just to kind of coupet a deal where we're going to do multiple part episodes on some of the the biggest names in the history of music who you had just haven't gotten around to doing episodes zone yet just because there are so many you can only do so many of the time obviously exactly all right so the rules for this draft our that. We're going to go in order of people with the most episodes. So i will get first election because i do believe i have about seventy four episodes on everybody else and then mr will. Israel will be second up and then j two is going to round out that series we will be selecting four each and each one of us is allowed one audible that was not on the original list. So are we ready. i'm ready. Oh yeah all right. First up is me and i am selecting with stole twenty twenty rock and roll heaven. Heavy hitters draft l. d. selects david bowie who your prize by. Nobody are right. Mr will have to do a little analysis. Here will all right. So let's say strong a strong draft pick for For team yes. I think that that that will meet projections as far as As place in the lineup chameleon grace many different styles multiple genres film piece Bright sang about sang songs about a space aliens that play guitar left handed and had large. Is's just there's a lot going on here with this. Big married supermodel. They're married a supermodel at kids with strange names. This has all the makings of of a. I would say a nation with the days time take could take and again surprise when you have the number one pick and you take the number one pick shock there all right. Mr will the thrill. Who are you taking traded up for this. I'm going to go. Look at the list here. And i feel like i'm gonna go into a different sort of genre yet. Someone no less impactful due to their contributions to not only the music industry but each film industry as well Several years ago. And by far my favorite beastie boy that will be the late. Mca strong kick. I would say. Yep yep Wilder thrills team Day comes up with some people. Consider this a little bit. But i think he sees something Special potential there. I do believe that the reason why is that. We only have very large coffee. Table book about four documentaries but also We recently went last movie. We actually got this was spring of zachary working brought to us by adamy out so i think this is a great impact on mr life and Let me see good stuff good stuff. I mean if you don't start listening people going to say that saw mainly people that control. I wholly disagree with will not associated yet. Okay so t all right. So i'm picking at the end of the round. But you know what i'm going to get to steal of the draft hair as i go with Noted musician and stone or from the state of florida one music one of my personal musical heroes and life. He fronted the band big mountain. I cake on king of the hill. He also was part of feel the greta supergroup of all times. Let's gentlemen with the third pick in the rock and roll heaven twenty twenty heavy hitters draft. Tj's team selects. Mr tom petty who definitely top free pick. I actually have a book to send you. Then it's good for you if you bought the what you get a free book. I'm sending you a book paper in it. And words to remind pictures of mr petty. Yeah yes yes. Yes without a huge huge fan of eighty sort of when i was there's that period of time usually in your mid teens start listening to your music. You don't listen. Start to break away a bit from what you were. Forced is a youngster by your parents. Luckily at l. d. And i were fed very good music through our youth but One of the first things that really struck me and i gravitated toward was an album. Called full moon saver mothers capacity and then kind of went back and discovered the back catalog after that and then everything that came after. And he's he's one of my favorites. So i'm looking forward to that one. I have debated this on multiple occasions. The superior album visit wildflowers or full moon fever. And it's it's it's breaker sure. Well okay so here's what wildflowers. Start to finish is a better album. Yes affect full moon. Favorable to me personally was more impactful because just as because when it came out like i was fifteen years old. Just drive coming of age kinda thing and this is one of those where there is no wrong choice in i mean is it. The list is the list is full. Yes there is no. Would you like some Would you like some delicious barbecued ribs or a bottle of bourbon and you just go. Yes precisely either one of the other also super excited that we're only a few weeks away from the release of wildflowers. Boxing grew you shared. That would three into your zeal. Was quite clear his are and we are now around to melchior around to do. We're doing four rounds or well. Okay so for my second pick. It's it's a controversial one can be fraught with angst and a bull life. A treacherous ending with controversy peppered throughout an. I'm going to go with mr michael jackson yo. I'm sorry i'm surprised to see michael jackson. The second round the king. I'm the king of pop. And i would have to say again. That's quite a steel to get him in that spot very rich full musical legacy Recorded the greatest selling album of all times one of the greatest selling artists of all times one of the most controversial artist and as she when she was very young. One of my favorite and i would also had changed the game of the music video. I o don't completely. Oh yeah. Also john landis anytime i get work than in the anything bad. What a garbage i. Despite the amazing products attached to which is regretful And one of the things that i think is kind of interesting about him. He was obviously incredibly talented as a performer in singer and songwriter and all that but he also had his finger on the pulse other things that were popular enough to parlay them into what he was doing. Please see eddie van halen playing the guitar seller classic and please correct me. If i'm wrong did did did slash not play guitar on blocker white. I believe he did Hey up dip in in the full original version of it. Heavy d actually had a rap interlude in there. That's right i do you believe god. I can't wait to visit my childhood again. Yes yes yeah. Those just a wealth of stuff to deal with with him there in the second round. Okay all right so Even though we've only had one big it's still in my mind. The clock your clock. You're on the clock. So i am going to stay with reform here and do what i think Tj would call another reach. Pick a. However i would say this is one. I'm doing two reasons one. Because the music resonates with a and two. Because i feel like debrief career of this artist was often overlooked. And then people look back at the catalogue of work done by this individual and say. Oh wow that was sewn. So so and so. And i would bran these songs that this artist end as timeless despite his brief career in the seventies. I think it essential to revisit as i was late to visit this party the life times and music. Mr jim croce. Jim crow g. I i ac- i am. I live with will. And so i know for a fact that he was going to pick jim avila perjury and what's not to love. Gifted singer songwriter and timeless songs. Unfortunate very tragic into his life young right before the peak of his fame and again. If you can look me in the face and tell me tied in a bottle does not still weigh heavily today. You're on you're on your own. You're a bad person. Did exist should really got up. Examine your life. So i would say that's a reach pick on. That's one of the residents on for all right. So mr tj do what's your birthday. I'm gonna need a little inspiration. Wherever cut i find it. Lo and behold here. It is that okay. Well you said that we had the ability to use one. Ooh i'm calling. Are you calling on going off the grid going off script. I'm going to call an audible. Okay omaha. I don't don't if he's already done an episode on this person that you so you can grab now. Don't think you have. But i'm going to go for a country legend for somebody who started singing. I think bluegrass songs on a local tv station when she already had three or four kids and an abusive husband and then married the one of the reputed wild man of country music and among her final contributions to Music was her singing with a european techno band. About ice cream trucks and magical place called newland. I'm gonna go with tammy wynette was like tammy this kind of tammy. Wynette sleep done sir of very good survived. The last the last thing. I remember tammy wynette was herb performing with a single with a band called the kale else called called. It's one of the weirdest damn songs i've ever felt. Justified and ancient techno techno get. It had a gun hit with a three. Am eternal missouri ninety one or ninety two. We'll their second. Single was called justified and ancient and it featured. Anyone in singing lied about driving an ice cream. Trucks replace called mulu land. I mean i don't know what i don't don't i don't know what they got together and smoke but it was a really good stuff because that is one of the truly strangest songs i've ever good. Good nice nice dancer. And you're not that old without these you know what a what a crazy full life she led and some time. We'll songs up stand by your man. They won that everybody would know but she has a lot of other ones. I feel good about this. Big gonna go anyone around six a surprise picking that second round and yet i think very impactful i think i do. I do see a lot of return on that pick. Yeah okay so round. Three lamb three and. It's probably not going to be shocked. Anybody that i'm going to be picking the beautiful. The talented the introspective dusty springfield. Nice now speaking of speaking of artists who later in their career had some odd collaboration. Yeah let's look at. Let's look at miss dusty. Twenty will her and pachulia clark. We're kind of on the same level. And yep that you la industy kind of started breaking molds later in their career so i'm very excited to dive into her. Well well if you look at some of her early work country eighth blue are and kind of scuff gorgeous beautiful voice but then she gets to the eighties and to do with the pet shop. That's right. I forgot about that. Really excited to dive into her. I'm very excited. Good song that was on trump. I don't know here. It's eric i can hear it in. I can hear it in my it. One of those things. it's but also but also bringing more you listen to that calls you. Okay mr hickey. Right back on the clock here. And i'll be honest i've had this pickin my for a while. Hoping they'd still be on the board comes around visual i know. Tj and. I have discussed at length. And i think they're known more for their work with their outfit which was downright iconic in the nineties grunge movement has too soon voice that was eerie are monarch at beautiful all at the same time. And that'll be lane. Stanley right allies. Good pink Interviewed peter cooper one-sided song called nevada was better than pearl jam the first time people that song in the studio on a radio show on branches today He played it. And i said that was great. I said i made alison changes better than one of them. But whatever i would agree yes and i think i was due in large part through two lanes unique forgetting yes songwriter. He could really do on different things but why players jury trial. That's great. that's a great big again. That's a very. It's a very short life but it's a full life. They're not much time and full voice. Yeah oh yes k. In strategic name. Okay i'm gonna go back. I'm going to go back to the list now and This is someone. We grew up listening to all day. Say this person almost had two distinct full careers There is much. I their their their fanaticism of this person's fans borders on being religious including pilgrimages to the place where they lived and such as that after. I can thomas earl petty. I've taken mrs tammy one ad and now i'm going to go with elvis. Aaron whom oh. Okay having riled threes criminal. Although i know i know and i have i have more books to send you. I'm gonna send you books from tom. Petty elvis presley including his time in the army. There's any any one. Portion of elvis presley's career is worthy of a months worth of episodes. You can do his. His pre musical life is one whole month. You can just do is still in career. You know what's really interesting is he like me. Is the twin list win Elvis post army hills like you said just film career elvis his life comeback and then the the pace in pace is it own whole absolutely acts enough. There was a film that came out wasn't last year. I think it was last year called zombie. Land to double tap and pretty much the entire plot of the film. Is these guys trying to get from washington dc to graceland. It is well. I think about the fact that bruce springsteen once tried to climb the fence at graceland tomato elba's think about the fact that There are people still to this day. Who idolize and bordeaux borderline worship. Thank about okay here. here's a really obscure hit. The i own screen credit. I believed to quentin tarantino was on the golden girls. Dogan dole's with elvis and gwen tarantino. Jeez and here's another fun. It's not. It's a known fact that if a hot canadian sings the song about elvis presley will be. I didn't realize i give you. I give you a lotta miles and tonight twain. that don't impress me much. That's only two instances but it's one hundred percent of the entrance. I like i'd mentioned elvis. Buying name correct. Yes so what do you think you elvis or something. She also mentions brad pitt. But i mean excuse me but you should not get your day job third round. Pick to the king elvis. And you know what's funny. Is i think he kind of stole from me. But i i will recover in the forefront and calling an audible. I'm going off book on my last choice. Because this person was incredibly young when she passed she was an icon. She was a movie star. She had controversy. After controversy was a beauty but not considered by a ton of people to actually be a singer which the thing is she was gotta go on and she was quite a good singer so much so that she was hired as sugar cane in some like it. And i'm going to be picking marilyn monroe anger pseudo. Yeah i love. I love maryland. She was a singer. Most people make a movie star factors. She that was her voice. Unlike unlike audrey hepburn who who had voice but they dubbed her in over her actual voice in things like my fair lady making her ineligible for this podcast and so i know marilyn monroe to take up an entire pot light. You could do a podcast. Just on maryland in have about one hundred fifty four so filling up a month of maryland is not going to be shouldn't make all right so are stars some brilliant alsop love it. You know one of the best films that i've seen and one of the first films i actually had a twist ending to. It was all about eve and had a bit part in. It was soon good and and you know it's have to study. I'm literally gonna hit the books realistically alright so that that's my final. Pick mr hickey around that your team who gets tough act to follow but i do think i have someone to do it and i too am going off the board for this one column nodle. I started a trend. You didn't now that the genie's out of the bottle So where to start with this pick again. Someone who has had impact across multiple industries a fair share of controversy later in life. Es regretfully which led to her untimely passing yet i think she can easily be considered one of the greatest female vocalists of all time daughter of my home state of new jersey. Is the ms whitney houston. Oh yeah yeah while yep good. Good solid choice good choice. Yes and hard to argue with anything there away i in terms of our. I mean one of the finest vocalists that we've ever known. She says she has the. I think she had the longest charting. Single of all time until mariah carey came through with a- want for christmas. Is you on the charts from getting thrown in number. She's got the number one selling soundtrack of all time. Which is the bodyguard and a did. While oh and i think it did it within the first four weeks. And here's the other thing that people would forget about if she were to come out about nile. She would be a superstar simply based on the fact that she looked like a model i like. Oh and then you're like oh wait are you can saying oh you can really say oh crap oh lee moly one of the first things i remember from my childhood was i wanna dance with. Somebody came on. Mtv and tj. You were making fun of me. Because i was trying to dance like her in the video. Yes and i would now. Is you know as you try as because this time. By the time this episodes aired forty one so yes. I've i've got to go with. I think that's a very strong strong choice. Okay well so the final pick in the rock and roll heaven twenty twenty heavy hitters is has come up and so we have mr irrelevant as the nfl draft persons from relevant. This person once upon a time was in a band with neil young. This person introduced the world in part two prints who's apparently gonna go undrafted today. Which is now we're gonna we're gonna talk about we're gonna talk about some caveats the absence and up. Obviously we're we're we're going to princeton chile is you can't you can't do one on music and not doing breads with. This introduced the world to france. This person had are filled with controversy. It's undisputed they're one of the most talented musicians and performers ever. They partly in a good way and and partly dismissively became a punchline after their death when they shouldn't have. But i'm gonna use that online because why not you know what. The final picking out drafts. James south carolinian right james. Not james runs. I don't but i'm sure he wishes i big because of the chapelle show. He's almost on nicole. Figure was i know. This guy was an unbelievably gifted musicians and singer and songwriter. Like cocaine and ladies is much like is a word right. Hokey but there's a there's a it's it's a very full rinse wasn't a super long life really about it. And and and most people don't know that but he was at one point in the bank with pump. Yeah i really big into that one. There was an episode of tales from the bus. The my show. It's right that that focused. Purely on rick james that i actually sat and watched recently with unbelievably entertaining. So there's a lot going on there. And i'm looking forward to looking forward to to fleshing out all my picks instead of lets you just a recap. I have chosen david bowie. Michael jackson dusty springfield and marilyn monroe. Mr hickey. you have chosen. I took girl. Mca outta meow. Jim crow Third pig quotas. Layne staley and whitney houston gay and teaching went with thomas earl. Petty Went with his. Tammy wynette took elvis. Aaron presley and the final picking our draft was my pick of rent which are speaking of his place of birth was remissed by roughly a thousand miles so forgiving. Well so our draft is complete now a few caveats now at any point each of us may change one and only one selection so if we find that hard to do the research or you find that. There's like no way that you can possibly complete this episode. You may bow out of one choice and one choice only and replace it with someone else. That's on the list in the event that we have time leftover. Such as if mr hickey does two weeks on adam yolk as opposed to the full four weeks of adam we will kind of steamroll through the fillers of those two weeks so saying mr hickeys clients that he can do two episodes anatomy out and i'll move into marilyn monroe any of those weeks leftover will be at the end of the year. We will dedicate that time to people that went undrafted this year. Such as mama cass. Grants of marley. Bob marley urban day. Yeah we you must understand that we had a massive amount of heavy hitters. That were on this list george. We felt like they deserved more than one or two weeks. And it's easier for us to four episodes than it is for us. To fifty two episodes hank williams went under hanway at that that that that was a tough one for me i was. I definitely i want to do that. One at some point. Obviously because that's one of the guys who founded the country music. Get george harrison like we billy the hillbilly. Shakespeare is considered one of the find songwriters of all time. Don't think he finished. What six or seven grade got barely could could barely right but he could write the much unbelievable songs ever george. Harrison's a frequent peaceful. Yeah i mean the ones the ones that we did a little bit more of a cookie submissive but ones that we did not pay. We didn't pay bob marley kranz. Jim morrison george harrison marvin gaye. Judy garland We've not pick joe cocker. Many riverton hank williams. George michael ray. Charles mama cass natalie cole nat king cole and we did not pay perry como which. I'm a little shocked at myself for not doing but i wish that there were more weeks in the year. Not this year would start next year. Yeah yeah if you could not prolong twenty. Twenty dollars considered Describe over with as quickly as possible. So that's it for the twenty twenty one rock and roll heaven. Heavy hitters drafts. Thank you guys for checking us out. We will be starting off the new year right and as always. Please check the show notes for our social. I don't have the right now. Thank you for checking this out We really hope that you guys will like this kind of shift in our format and this might be something that sticks around or we might find that it's easier after you're not do this but this is actually fun and i think that people get a lot more information on their favorite artists even though it might take a little bit longer to get there anybody else anything. Descending order have a great time we'll catch you on the next one next year. 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sean rohbock mr hickey Tammy wynette Mr tom petty mr petty mr michael jackson Mr jim croce jim avila mr tj elvis Mr Lomb david bowie tammy pachulia clark marilyn monroe spitzer melchior john landis Jim crow
Rob Liefelds New Comic During A Pandemic - Snake Eyes: Deadgame

Nerd On! The Podcast

41:42 min | 1 year ago

Rob Liefelds New Comic During A Pandemic - Snake Eyes: Deadgame

"Hey everybody I'm rob life. Old Crater deadpool cable exports all of it. You are listening to nerd on. On What is going on everybody? Welcome back to nerd on the podcast you didn't need. But you deserve, and where all levels of nerd are welcome. We have a very special episode today, so we're GONNA get right into it. I M Josh. An I'm Tom and this episode is brought to you in part by the members of the nerd on nation, that is powered by Patriarch on as a member of the nomination nation. You do get fun perks like early access to episodes. You get bonus episodes. You get discounts on Merch. You get a private servers on the discord. Server, it's. It's a good time. Check that out nerd, on dot, IO, back, Patriot on and check out that discord nerd on dot, io backslash dischord, and of course, a huge shoutout to our partners apogee, who provided us with these microphones, the height, Mike the Ultimate, podcasting microphone and Odyssey headphones, these as we have said. 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I know you've probably been doing a lot. especially in these recent days and months coming up to you know July fifteenth. Snake is So how have you been what you've been up to? How you been handling with all the pandemic and shutdowns and haven keep yourself busy well I have three Teenagers Sixteen eighteen and twenty on I. Don't wish that on anybody in pandemic okay. Now. They're great kids there. My wife and I have a really enjoyed unfortunately. Tell them all the time. That they've been trapped with us. Because normally they're out and about doing their thing, but otherwise look. I've seen the MEMES I've seen. You know the comment community. Pass around like Oh. Now you guys know now. The whole world knows what it's like to be. You know a combo crater working in isolation in. I kinda really did what I do. I'm very much a hermit and I don't go out much also the quarantine while Berry. We took it very seriously. We take it very seriously. But. We were I. Mean We. I remember March fourteenth. I told my kids we're in. I predicted everything's GonNa, get shut down and by next Tuesday. Everything did because you. You kind of leaves and everything that was going on. And like I said my family's been great I was able to get a ton of work done. There were times I was definitely concerned about what was going on in society at large, but my therapy came in the form of. Drawing comic sketches. I started a podcast. You like you off because I was lonely. Needed someone to talk to you so I decided to talk to myself, but yeah, so that that's the long in the sort of it is in how I coped. In continue to. Cote has Has This pandemic? I mean with all that in mind. Has It provided? new challenges for producing a podcast during I mean not a podcast, but a comic book during this time. I, was honesty wondering like? I mean so during the pandemic. Here's here's what I know. All of my comic stores that acted really quickly to get online. They did very well a one. Two of my stores actually had to hire more. Staff to fulfill all the mail order. That that they the business they drummed up online. Because what happened I believe this is my cake. We all went into lockdown. There was a fear component in kind of uncertainty and people turned like they've never turned before into childhood. Desires or things from their past Damn I. Yeah and. I think that people not get comic books for two and a half months. Almost three months started buying favorites from their youth. Website. My website started to explode on A. It was weird, but the reason I'm telling you that is I. Made some new covers for existing comics in my printer of who is in Arizona was able to. Send them to me I was able to send them out to my. Audience, that was that was participating in them, and what I? What I really found was the comments community rallied around as long as people can print in. Be Honest as long as. The. Post Office has been overloaded these last three months I. Mean I knew I I would switch off and take a day of shipping to relieve my family, who all pitched into the low load I would see the lines grow as people. Were mailing so much more in. In look, the community wants their comic books. Show as far as me. I create them in the same the same office. That I'm always in every day. in I've always drawn Mostly on a latte board and I I have a you'll. You'll see and I. Can actually quote my son. My twenty year old goes. What's it like dad? Never grow up you. You eat junk food. You play with toys and you draw comic books on a beanbag. beanbags that I stayed in and I have my lap and I drew. I was drawing Gi Joe she three earlier before I jumped on with you guys. I mean steak. Is She three? In also I, D W, call me up and said Rob. We want you to continue making snake is. Feeding I wasn't anticipating maybe a a turndown of the project during the time because there was a lot of uncertainty, the desk as as the really the well read audience members that you have no distributor The distribution pipeline was challenged. Retailers weren't able to let customers, and so it was, it was I. Think the biggest challenge the industry face since I've been around, but you know creators got create right and AL printers can print were coming at you, and here's my last thing. Comic books are cheap entertainment. Out. You, know I can't spend twelve dollars to go see a movie right now and coughed on and get sick and God, but I can pour myself into these comic books, which is as you can see how the Spin Iraq right here AIA. Do I need is my brilliant carries everything that I loved as a kid, so that's where my interests are and so. While the pandemic was not fun and is not fun by any means that there's been a great comic books or a great coping mechanism for me, and hopefully for comic book fans. Yeah That's awesome. I've been listening to a podcast and You know talking a little about Rx observations in a what. A lot of people actually are starting to do the podcast making podcast, and you know a lot of different critters tend to eat either branch out and all that stuff. What inspired you to share about your upbringing? And then also bringing guests from your personal perspective? Well, it was a big leap in regards to like. Would anyone give a crap about this, but it really? Really was born out of isolation and loneliness. That is the one thing like because i. have about three really good friends and we talk all the time Xm when the pandemic hit we ran into things to talk about. It's when you're not going out in your all in every day and in you're not all. There's no new movies to see the same. Stuff's on Netflix. You burn through it in a day in. All of the top talking points kind of faded so I'm like man. I should just talk to myself and so my son told me he's very technically proficient. Instead down I can hook you up. I knew what you need. I'M GONNA. Get you like Nice. He said just pay me back data Mike. Here's the money and. An I started doing it and we were able to get carried in. I I, it's a different rob survey ceilings with raw. Blofeld is my personal journey with comics. I know a lot of stories I know. Were a lot of the bodies are buried? I haven't even gotten to myself I've harkened a couple of times to my own professional. Experiences, but I have not worked up to where I am in the industry yet. Because then once you get thirty four years, yeah of. Up Close and personal. Interaction with the industry that I have participated in parts of the industry I helped built in so so. As long as people are listening. Hopefully, they're entertained. The great thing is I. Think a at my nephew is a real comic book. Fan. He's also eighteen recently in the last five years I mean he's not audible like movie Fan. He's participated in the comic books in consumers or yeah, he he not a collector. That's correct in an I of given him Omni buses of the Stanley Steve. coz Spiderman the Jack Kirby Stanley. Fantastic like the old kinda years ago to see if if this is a real. Point of interest in it was in. That generation doesn't know a lot about comedy history. Because what people have been telling me see at people. Keep asking me if I'M GONNA. Have guests on and guests are not gonNA. Come on for a long time. I have kind of a co-pilot. I bring on occasionally. Jimmy Jay. E. Is one of my friends that we have Greek talks about comics with and I need help because as much as I can talk for seventy five minutes straight. It's nice to get a breather in and have a co-pilot as Guys have experienced yourself, so the thing is. But interviewing guests is not something I really feel like up to yet because I am Samuel everything. I'm just I. Just WanNa talk comments in share you know. I mean again. The diversity episode was always coming when it was coming in that it landed in this time where we were just going crazy as a nation and being ripped apart in obviously a lot of hurt a lot of pain, but the Little Robbie life in Anaheim California wanted to be luke cage in the worst possible way I wanted. That Kierra I wanted that yellow shirt I walk around the braces. He was one of my most exciting. I always liked the rebels. I I wouldn't back recently in examined. My First Love was name more the Sub Mariner I mean. The guy has a hot temper. He's angry at everybody Susan. Storm that's it. Then then we then then I was luke cage, who was the rebel of Harlem Protector, but but always up against it in all another guy with a bit of a hot temper. In contrast to tap the American Richards, who are not hot temper guys that those guys didn't interest me as much. Then obviously been ironically prior to Wolverine, it was Hercules morals Hercules and he was the spoiled Brat. Hot tempered. Yeah, you know alternative to fringed demi-god. WHO's a nobleman? Yeah, and then we'll rain and once we'll bring came on like I've found my guy. He has six knives. He hasn't preserver rage I'm there. So so so I've always. Favored the hotheads, but luke cage right in the middle of that in the seventies, those characters because again I mean black Goliath came out in nineteen, seventy, five black lightning came out in nineteen, seventy seven. Luke cage understand people think. Oh. Black Panther was the first black hero his own book. No, it was cage. He got his own before DC. Did it in DC follows with black lightning in the right around the same time they give Black Clint Black Panther finally his own showcase, but I mean. The comic books industry was always at the four of this, and and you know. It should be it should be celebrated. It should be investigated. It should be explored an, and that's my point of interest as this long winded answer has. No Yeah, listening to podcasts, it's it's been wonderful because to me. My experience has been like okay. He's GonNa, talk about his experience. He's a professional so obviously by trade. He's going to have a lot of cool stories, but the way you go about it feels like in this is in no way like a slider. Anything like this wonderful. PBS like heart fell journey through your experience, and you know like I just got finished listening to the Spiderman and Superman. Episode and like hearing your genuine love, I had a very similar experience. My first ever calm book was when Spiderman and Batman Matt. Venom and carnage, and so like I. I was in those shoes for a second like Oh. Yeah, and then I was at this cool darcom bookstore I felt that as the most metal thing ever. It wasn't quite a liquor store with a spinner act, but it was. It was a comic store and the way you go about I. Love that you also are very cognizant to tell people like. Hey, you know DC, marvel they have. Have, all these echoes of these characters artists, and they all like swiping from from left to right, and you can be very honest and say like hey, but this one. You know This story is the one that resonated with me more like just came first, but then marvel's version is the one that like everyone came out with. It wasn't the Avengers, but you know in talking about earlier on was early, really cool. Why appreciate that look? Mainly, it's where I live and breathe, and the reason it's warm and fuzzy is goes I. Have Never lost that kid in those members powerful look I'm GonNa. Tell you something I. Haven't said in the podcast yet, but my family knows it and even my friends test on it. I can tell you what time of day wear when. When I bought every single comic book I've ever bought they. Russ I'm going through my back issue, and I see an annual that I bought on a road trip with my family. On our way to New Mexico, there is a rush it is that a wave of memory that's activated in one of the It's funny I won't name his name, but. There's a peer. Who told me several years ago? That I was only? Celebrating my comics of my because it was just pure nostalgia, and everybody loves a date. Had the kid and I'm like all that aside? I believe there's aspect of that. It's true with everyone. But as I've tried to make a point with this podcast is I was fortunate enough. You don't control when you're born. No. Frank Miller George Pres- John Byrne Want Simonsen. We're living in their world. Still the last X. Men movie was John Byrne Story be three seasons of Netflix. Daredevil was a Batman Story. I mean I'm sorry. daredevil story by frank, Miller the the the. Three hundred movies are a product of what frank started indubitable Christopher Nolan in the Zach. Snyder depictions of Batman Frank Miller, this guy is relevant maybe more so now than he was when I was inhaling his work in nineteen, seventy, nine, hundred, eighty, eighty, one would. He was taking a bimonthly book that was almost canceled to Marvel's bestseller. Any it's not. That's not nostalgia you know and the Walt Simonson version of thor. We're still waiting for Beta ray bill later. Smashed Out logo in one eighty-three and an lost oral dark world, which is not a great movie, but Malachy and the entire plot is Walt Simon. Open it up. Yeah, I mean Ragnarok is tons of Walt Simonson the executioner with machine guns and. They're they're making my childhood into the films now and there are some other stuff that they're picking from, but primarily primarily, and here's the deal master of shame. She was my favorite comic for years. Bad Ass! Would run home, and in southern California Monday through Friday on the ABC. Channel Seven Network. A before they had talk shows before before donahue, any of that the three to five slot Monday through Friday was the afternoon movie. You get monsters Godzilla, all we you. All, week okay, you get Western. You Get Samurai films because again. You GotTA program this fifty two weeks year end so I had inhaled all of that martial. Arts Kung Fu. I mean look I grew up with. Forget. What the guy's name is He was the star of Kung Fu was a show on hurting right Carrie. Thank you, thank you. Yes, that's grabbed the pebble out of my hand yeah. That culture was all over. A shaky comes out is hugely popular. They didn't give you iron. Fist Manda so moral was really into that the martial art stuff, but what movies getting made things Shanxi okay? The internals is jet Kirby's nineteen seventy seven opus opus it. It's like he learned from the Fourth World C.. Now, give you a new race of Gods Space Gods and again it's almost an echo of his own work at DC, but now through this newfangled Lynn Lens, which is more focused, but long story short. When did those come out by childhood? Okay, so that's not a stellar. That's homework, okay? Ask that that. Research down in its applicable right now so I I it just happened to be right time. Right place and people are responding to it robs relations by with rob filled I June. spotify popping looking everywhere. It's therapy therapy. It's great and I. Really like what you talked about. How like echoes and the source material is like you know you talk to. You made the example of just the two of us, and how like you? You know with music. A lot of people don't say all the stolen thing. There's a little bit more of a camaraderie with the and now with the coming out, and you're talking about like how a lot of people don't know a lot of the complex history of the research Do you think that there's ever going to be a slippery slope of leaning too much into the source material or drifting too far away from it? Oh boy, that's a loaded question. You know I'm not really sure I look I think Batman Spiderman had the most. Exploitation in the culture from Bruce Tent from Frank Miller Bruce Timm to Michael Keaton Tim Burton Christopher Nolan. Zack, Snyder, now you've got Matt Reeves. Everyone's telling different stories, but it's still a Cape and cowl. He's Bruce Wayne in. Spiderman here's the thing I love to say and. Kevin, feige genius. That's you know we all bow your genius, but you're not the only genius Kevin, foggy Lord and Miller and I forget the director of into spider verse, but Smeller Phil Lord neuronal. I bet that's Lord Miller but Dave produced it but Hong Director. I'm forgetting and look that wasn't Oscar. That's the moral movie that has an Oscar on the mantle and Kevin Feige had nothing to do with that movie. Okay, that is a product of Sony, not not Disney Marvel and Lord Miller and the brilliant talents at Sony. There are other geniuses. They're able to bring you. These and I think they kicked down the door to the multi-diverse and now. I'm not sure you could introduce the multiversity in the same way. And I know doctor strange talked about the multi verse Ancient One, but but seeing in going on to our adventure with multi characters the way we didn't into the spider verse I feel like is kicked down the door and prepared everybody for what's to come live action and. End Because I think you're gonNA. See any when you were reading that Michael Keaton may be in a flash now stone. Now you're going. Oh, so there's you know. Maybe tobey Maguire is going to be in Sam Raimi's doctor strange. Like. I mean I think I explore, you can have the imagination Cecil so versions and interpretations. You know look I'll be on. His Batman begins is my favourite Batman. Story and I can't source it I. When I watched it I was like we went opening night. My wife and eye Batman never trained under Rosina's Goule before in some monastery in the Himalayas that that is true Christopher Nolan right. That is one hundred percent I was like wow. He is taking his origin in a different Bruce Wayne going away and learning stuff that happened, but under the direct tutelage of this man who really is roused school. Who Is this ancient myth? That is you know in this? This cult bidders brought civilizations down. I was riveted by his speeches in his reveal and. Look. Man Hats off to criminal and he made my favorite Batman Product and it is his own interpretation, you know. Bellator ones would have more echoes of come source material, but you can't. Source Batman begins. It doesn't exist. He was super fresh. And I'm same with deadpool. The first deadpool movie is an original story that humiliated everyone include myself who've ever done deadpool. It was done way better. having created Vanessa an weighed, but never making them connect in the way that they did in that first twenty minutes. That's why people were deadpool movie, the first one so much marina and Ryan that chemistry phenomenal. Don't care about them. You don't care about the journey N-. Everything else is familiar, but you know what else they did. That was way better than me or anyone that followed. The. Suit is red because you don't see him bleed. Hello and I hold written Paul like. How. This is genius smart like they went into material to a better place than it ever been. Look that's that's because they were able to collect all of it. You know all blood, sweat and tears. They collected it to we can. We can kind of exercise some certain concepts from this in take them in a better place. Now deadpool. Two was much more common bogey in had much more reflections and echoes of the comics, but that first movie Man I remember reading it going. This is the best deadpool I've ever encountered ever in when people say who's your favorite deadpool writer unlike yeah? Referees Poll Warning and Ryan Reynolds? Let's argue about that because I'll win. From from you yourself, so you know they don't exist without me and I'm giving them the crown. Okay, it's that simple, so but yeah, like I said. Fun and look on my shelf right here I have. Sixty statues. We were googling at them before he got on. And they are all different interpretation. You know there's not cable have. The has a different face in everyone of them. Some of Deadpool's spaces are more angular. Some more angry, somewhat goofy everybody does their own thing. Right with with with me and we enjoy them now are some. Do I like some more than others I do coronel, but I won't diminish the ones. I don't like by going this sucks. Can't condemn it. I'm glad it exists even the ones I don't like much. I'm so happy they exist so. Turning it back to Congo books, specifically you. You raised over seventy five thousand dollars for local COM stores or any time, so they went close. It is really awesome, and it shows the. Community the community, but also the the the sacredness of the Kamba creators that we know and love who developed everything that kids are growing up now and adults are loving and paying a dollar for dollar for come back to the community and come back to the combat stores but we're also Taco Bell New Combo coming out and Josh got some questions for you. You I do I. Do So of course we got the the the press release, but I want to ask you some stuff. That wasn't in that like. Have you read the comic the first issue a few times? What what inspired this new story for you? Because I know that you are a fan of gi? Joe What inspired this for you like why now? Okay, so I did. Have you called me a year ago? When major experts coming out I issue, hit in Chris Rial. Who's the publisher W and a good buddy of mine texted me that Afternoon Rob Chris Hey dude, is it time? Should we do gi Joe Now? Are you able to slot this in? And Gi Joe has always been a passion of mine ID. W had a few covers of judge O- over the years, but that was all I interacted with them in. Honestly I thought own GonNa Interact. The I felt like that was the level of my bucket list interaction because Got My so so in lung nineteen seventy four mile. This guy right here. The Gi Joe with Kung Fu grip on i. India against their Kung Fu. Grip I mean that's how they marketed him and here here is my. My main man real hair stitched in. It's so creepy, but I'm. Awesome, and and this was my first. Love Gigo. One hundred percent my I love. This was the sandbox. Action figure really my dad called or you playing with dolls now. Yes, I. Am, a dad loved me. He always encouraged me, but I think he was like they're making dolls for boys I'm sure are. They are in. I loved it and look whoever I think. Obviously, it was an industry wide problem, which is why they started making action figures. From downright so, but I bridge this. You know these two because this is nine hundred seventy four seven years old This is what was on the market. He was an adventure team here no longer so she with military because they pulled away because the Vietnam War, they made him an adventure hero gave him kind of more Superhero Friends in aliens to battle, and that was my focus. I Love Gi Joe I dug him. I was obsessed with him. He traveled everywhere with me then one day he was on the shelves anymore. I was too young, understanding like big discontinued that line for the time. Then in eighty, two eighty, three I call it the Reagan era rebirth, the real American hero in a which is where we get, you know this is a modern version of the original snake is, but I have the goggles. Snake is behind this, but the thing is that I. I was there when that storm the COP bookshelves to end the cartoons and the commercials for comics, and it was a really exciting time in that that that Gi Joe Number One with them all jumping out and the tank and was just like Whoa. This is this new level of Gi Joe because the thing is. This guy didn't get a comic book now. There was no cartoons. No movies, no comics. What they did is for the adventure team. There was one page ads drawn by John to senior. That Hasbro bought in marvel comics in McCormack semi youth, and it was promoting the Kung. Fu Group eagle-eye. Some new characters he was interacting with and so. When I got the chance to do Joe. I was going to do it all in one, and that is why I'm mashing up. My love of snake is who is the first guy I ever saw. We'll the machine gun and a Katana okay coastal mcdonagh. Not An. Not a soldier about both. Bad Ass and again you know again I tell people. This is the first time I ever saw this, and that's why eventually you know you got you got. This because. You. Don't get this unless he doesn't I. Okay and now obviously I wasn't bold enough. To Go mute in. I didn't need a mute. I needed a smart ass. Who Playoff cables straight man tough guy, but I'm getting ahead of myself. Gi Joe presented a great challenge to me when they called and asked me if I could do it I feel like it needed a shot in the arm I went comic store to get some Gi. Joe Comics and nobody had any, and I was really pissed off, because I couldn't believe that I wasn't mad at the stores they're. They're protecting themselves. They said we don't carry Gi. Joe For the shelves. If we want, we can subscribe it for you. You can put it on your subscription, but after Chris called me, I went to the stores to research where it was at right now I kind of have followed it. You know from ores laying in recent years. But I wasn't up on judge of storyline and. So they didn't have this on the shelves at in Anaheim in Orange, Tustin and it did not discourage me. It emboldened me pissed. Childhood asked to bring Gi Joe the. My seven year old self was pissed at the idea that. What do you mean I mean I? Can I know how to do? The letters ABCD Eggy. What's missing from here? There's nothing in the G. Section. You Have Green Lantern Gi Joe. We don't carry Mr Life, but we can. We can carry on a on a request basis in the how that's. How tight the margins are for Comet Stores Right? Yeah, and I talked to see stores yesterday right now as well as a lot of them have done selling online they still. Still are trying to protect their backside and they don't WanNa. Be carrying unsold because again you know I live in California and we are gaining the complete shutdown again, and that means curbside pickup and a complete retrenchment in what everyone thought. They were leaving behind in May, so we're always thinking about that, but if I'm going to do gi Joe I'm GonNa. Mash I'M GONNA. Bring by seventy four love it with my nineteen eighty, two eighty three love in the main thing is he needed a great villain in a pitched to Hasbro. This ancient evil, but could that had no ties to Cobra and no ties to judge Oh that, but would get on both of their radars immediately, and would pose a great threat to snake is in the Joe's, and you know what I W and Hasbro have been behind hundred percent loss thrilled they were. They gave me the green light I have not made any story alterations as yet in, and it's been a blast in awesome so. I. Also want to kind of approach this When I took over Captain America, Nineteen ninety-six as I was drawing the first issue I was on the phone with another huge talent in the comments, industry named Dan. Juergens who superman. Thing, he had just finished doing a marvel DC, crossover, marvel versus DC, the intercompany crossover. He was one of the primary artists. And we were talking about some work was gonNA. Do for me, and he said Hey rob what you doing sound drunk. Captain American Dan said Rob. Isn't it so special? Joan him I mean when I was drawing. You get like this inspiration as your drawing needs that special character I said. Yeah, I get that and the reason I'm telling you. That is I got that drawing snake ice when I was doing finishes on the page I'm like. This care like drawing him in action sequences not just covers nuts. pinups in getting a feel for the character was so exciting and I felt like. Like, it's an honor in these are iconic characters in and hope elite with making a bad ass. So ridiculously amazing. and. Moves, cool, there's a way he moves like you know. It's just great. I we watched a bunch of the cartoons and obviously I. Have I have I think I have twenty different snake is action figures. This is my preference, obviously the newest. But if I were to back you up to my table right there, six of them are behind that share that you can't see, but they're up against the wall on my table, but yeah no I mean it's just this is the ultimate sandbox ultimate mash up, and I I just got the copies myself. The printed copies this morning and I could not be more thrilled. Great it's awesome. You most excited for the fans to see what this new. Bring not only bringing Gi Joe to hopefully a wider audience. But what else like what are you excited for well? We were fortunate that we have achieved a wider audience from three thousand sales to now over sixty thousand sales we. Got People excited and hopefully they'll be hitting. You know they'll be picking this up in in I'm excited for them to see. The breadth again I I may or may not have inserted a friend of mine in the book. and. It was exciting to to interact. You know maybe mashed up my childhood. But I like the bad guy were the bad guys going the mission that it presents again? Snake eyes of what he's going to have to do. Kinda thwart because. The the first. She's like a great I act and I I'm think it's a good setup from where we're going and you're GonNa get the idea that there is this bad guy that can throttle all of them unless they you know for the ultimate plans that he has, and if he's been defeated before he can be defeated again, but it takes a great effort in a perfect combination of. Objects, which are ironically weapons of war, because what are bad Guy Kerr again wants to do is. Summon the dead game, which is only achieved through these sort of dead, but the sort of the dead has battled against other mythological weapons throughout history, and we're going to keep depicting that in flashbacks as we move towards snake is kind of agenda and the JOE's agenda in. Getting the objects they need to thwart are bad guy and his master. Plan it. It's almost like a Gi Joe. Story meets in Indiana Jones Story. OBJECTS IN MCGOVERN'S IN WE'RE GONNA have a Lotta Fun along the way, and there are more. Nineteen seventy four adventure team characters. That's okay. That's awesome, so medal I love the flashback or the some of the history stuff that you drop in the first one and I'm just like this is so awesome seeing more of this, it's like it's. It's great and. So many things and I'm like. That was good. That was going. The appreciate that I. I wanted to do my childhood a solid. Okay, that's awesome and really I feel like I have a blood debt to sneak is did. I have a blood debt to snag. Is So so I'm I'm trying to do him right? And hopefully people show up and they enjoy it. You know before I got on with you guys I was skimming the Internet and there was a reviewer who said I'm going out of my comfort zone. I have never bought a comic, but I am taking a elite with life held in the the recommend list, and and I have on my instagram comments on my facebook. People are telling me. This is the first joe they're ever buying and so if you've enjoyed my exports. Joined by Deadpool were you are going to enjoy this? It is in the same. I try and tell people in. This was my concern with Hasbro I. Put snake is in a life old story I didn't put Rob in Gi Joe Story Lights off and tried to switch it up and it's worked out so far. I'm very excited. That's awesome. Okay, so we have one last question. It's very. Here at nerd on. We not only like to interview our guest about what they do, but we like to talk to them about something that they're nerdy about in in your podcast, rob surveys ship talk a lot about film. I want now. What is your favorite movie? Oh, that's easy. Put Gas in Sundance. Kid Buried usery. Done done I've made all my kids watch it what people don't so I showed it to my wife when we were married twenty five years ago and I said I the laser disc and Zero comment and I said joy. Isn't a cowboy. It's A. It's the blueprint for everybody caught film that would follow forty eight hours lethal weapon. Rush Hour are all based on, but casting the Sundance kid because it is a timeless movie. Their dialogue was not written like Western guys. If you follow even the first twenty minutes of just what Paul Newman is is his dialogue what he's espousing. They're. They're dry back and forth. It is very modern and and and you don't get better than Redford and Newman I mean how you guys channel loves. This are amazing. So you know that that tops my list always has. I'll just give you my number two because I was there nine years old. You're not gonNA get better than Star Wars. Thank you. Okay. You know look the generation that went and saw it started weekend twice a weekend at the time summer was override hit thirty eight screenings. I'm with my cousins. My best friends on meet ruined. He's our babysitter. It was parents of the nineteen seventy seven kids were like dropped off the theater at noon and pick us up at five after we saw the movie twice on Saturday Okay and and the thing is in that movie that's back when movies played from June or May to December. I mean I don't i. don't ever remember Star Wars leaving the theater. It just kept. Performing and what I tell people as we did not. There was no sequels like. When they get those metals in when Luke finally puts away that I mean I hear men in. You know you use a false new. and He puts away the the site guide, the locator and just fires, and when that death star blows up and more importantly that medal ceremony and That is eleven, and it's a perfect film. It is never needed anything more. You could destroy all the sequels and Star Wars Perfect Films Danny boy that has a dream and be heroes Ernie. It's IT and like I love obviously. I love that they've gone beyond it, but it never it was. It wasn't needed, and my generation didn't go to thinking. It was the first part of a multi. Our story right so but yeah so. Cassidy Sundance Kid I watched it. As a kid on the Sunday night movie again. ABC Channel Seven. We would get home from church in twice a year they were playing which casting incentives kid in the commercial show them, jumping from the rock into I can't swim like that was how it was marketed. We go over a friend's house. After church with another family, we'd all gather around the TV I mean look. I'm making this campfire stories like I. Fell housing a very, but we'd watch Bush gassing the science kids so obviously I didn't see in the theater, but in recent years the theaters around. The theaters around us have put it out as retro screening. In So I. Have My family saw on the big screen you know and off what a movie! Anyway! That's Awesome Vol Rob. Thank you so much for spending time with us. Jen audience at home. Checkout Rob's PODCAST ROB's reservations. It's on apple podcast. Check it out and definitely definitely check out. Snake is dead. Game can't recommend it enough. but yeah. Yes yes, thank you, guys. Hey, let support comments by comics. Consuming Grand Neilan guys thank you so much. So I hope everybody enjoyed that interview. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and after reading snake is dead game the first issue I am so excited for the rest of the series, and even looking into more of the GI. Joe Comic Books I wore the right pants for this occasion. I know you, did you? You came prepared. Everybody home. Thank you so much for listening Do shares with your friends. Your family your rivals. If you're into that kind of thing, do stop by rate and review US wherever you listen. If you are watching on Youtube, do consider subscribing. Do like this video. Share it. You know the the thing. Just get it out there. On the PODCAST and support a Combo store, stay safe and stay strong for everyone out there We're very excited to release this episode out, and we're hoping that everyone that listens. Can enjoy it as well definitely but yeah, that's been it. You know the drill as always nerd on.

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Enron - Damage Control | 3

"It's August two thousand one and Enron. CEO Jeff Skilling has left the building. Sherron Watkins sits patiently outside rex Rogers office us. She still can't believe the number one energy trading company in America is heading into a hurricane and the captain abandoned ship. This tells walk ins a few things things as CEO Skilling knows what she knows and resigned because Enron engaged in illegal activity will soon get caught. The irony of this is that walk INS herself a plan to quit the very same day she pictured herself breaking the news to Andy Fastow then marching back to her office collecting her belongings walking walking out the front door never to return but skilling beat her to it the man BusinessWeek put on its cover. The man who had drunkenly declared I am Enron at a company party. People don't know that the good ship Enron S- about the hit the shoals and Skilling left them the face the consequences of what he done he. You didn't try to make it right. He just ran away the moment Skilling Announces Resignation Watkins made a decision. She would do what she could to make this right and that's why she wrote the memo. Sarah come in rex. Rogers is an Enron attorney. Dour Pale man with thinning hair Dan he does not offer to shake hand dusty books and paperwork are stacked all around his office and it smells like mildew Rogers clears his throat and begins so you're the one I'm the one I'm sorry i. I don't think I please you wrote the memo sorry but around here non. Mus would be whistleblowers. Don't stay. The anonymous for more wasn't hard to trace this document to you. Trust me Rogers puts on his glasses and begins to read dear. Mr. Lay has Enron become risky place to work for those of us who didn't get rich of the last few years. Can we afford to stay. Skilling's abrupt departure will raise suspicions of accounting improprieties and so on and so on Rogers looks up briefly registers walk ins astonishment and then continues. Skilling is resigning quote for personal reasons but I think he wasn't having fun. Look down the road and knew this stuff was unfixable and would rather abandon ship now than resign shame in two years and on and on. I am incredibly nervous. You said that we will implode in a wave of accounting scandal. Sharon was all this really necessary. Yes Rex. I believe it was well if that's true how come Rick Causey Anti fast out and the general counsel don't think it's anything to worry about listened. Fastow's been enriching himself through LJM for years. That's a problem when his rafters collapsed the losses for Enron will be the enormous lay doesn't understand the danger facing the company and frankly rex sounds like you don't either. I really don't and I don't know what I'm supposed to do with all this. What I would like REX's for you to arrange a face-to-face between me and lay. I can help him have a plan. I know we can save the company you. It won't be easy. It won't be neat but we but we can do this. Enron employs nearly ten thousand people. They don't deserve to lose their jobs and pensions and maybe maybe everything they own over this masking for your help. Please Rogers removes. His glasses leans in lowers his voice. Let let me ask you something Sharon. You really want to take your concerns to lay vincent in Elkins Arthur Andersen. They all signed off on these deals. Andy the fast hours a smart guy. He knows what he's doing. He's not this crooked amount to be. Why would he our accountants and our law firm risk everything they have on something. Only you say is illegal. Walk Ins just swallows. The answer is so obvious. She's embarrassed to say loud. They did it out of greed. Walk Ins realizes she will receive no help. From this man he will bury her concerns under one of the moldy stacks of paper in his office and deny she was ever here. She's at a dead end. Uh she tried her best tried to redeem Enron and failed tears of frustration earning her eyes. Rogers takes notice and she looks down she she senses that Rogers's taken aback a hey Sharon listen. I do think you're blowing things a little out of proportion but I'm not part of some sort of cover up. If that's what you're worried about important to this company share if you WanNa talk to Ken lay. You're entitled to walk. INS manages attentive smile. I appreciate Asia that rex he stands. I have a meeting coming up. Can I walk you at the door. Roger Stops and waits for her is to meet his. We need to warn you though it may be a while for hear anything. These are sensitive manderson things take time walking smile. Fades Tyne mine is the one thing doesn't have American scandal is brought to you by chase. You figured you moved for the last time over twenty years ago. 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Na an equal housing lender you from wandering. I'm Lindsey Graham. This is American scandal sixteen years after after its founding Enron was accompany sliding inexorably into a crisis of its own making if falling stock price the sudden resignation of Jeff Skilling and unflattering airing media attention all began to tarnish the company's image as always lying just beneath Enron surface was the truth behind it success widespread accounting fraud and by August two thousand one the surface was beginning to erode and the outlines of what was to come were beginning to emerge following. Skilling's departure churn. Enron's leaders refused to panic. They weren't about to let the foremost pillar of corporate America collapsed and disgrace. They refused to believe it was too late but it was this is episode three. Damage Control on August twenty second two two thousand one Ken lay stance in his office on the fiftieth floor and waits for a woman named Sharon Watkins to arrive. Apparently this Watkins woman has been at the company for for some time and she has some urgent concerns to share regarding Enron lay thinks he's probably met Watkins before but he isn't sure he's met many people in his life including most of the leaders of the civilized world he can be forgiven if he can't recall her face plus. He has a lot on his mind these days. He's still can't get over the way. Skilling Skilling just abruptly left lane things about the man. He spent over a decade grooming to replace him. How could he have failed so spectacularly and by leaving put lay in a very very awkward position of having to fix his failures and the days following Skilling's departure lay was stuck it wasn't as if he could simply conjure replacement successor Essar out of thin air so he did the only thing that made sense he reclaimed the title of CEO not that he was looking to do so lay smiles his walk into ushered into his office. He really doesn't feel like smiling but sometimes being CEO means smiling when there's nothing to smile about. That's what Skilling could just never understand. He he just went right for the jugular every chance as walk. INS walks in he sees a friendly enough. Looking Blonde woman lay doesn't know her from Eve. He shakes her hand and invites sure to sit watkins gets to the point she tells him about. Ljm The raptors and all the rest of the special purpose entities that could come back to bite the company she. She says she knows the lawyers and accountants signed off on them but they shouldn't have these spe's are just an accounting shell game and the analysts and journalists will eventually figure it out. She warns lay that this could all bring Enron down walk and seems like an intelligent person and she's very articulate explaining what she thinks they must do next ax to rain in the cows he sure they're all good ideas but at a certain point he stops listening all he can think about is. Andy Fastow Lay thought the arrangement it was very clear so clear. He didn't have to spell it out to those under him. They're all grown men. They should all know the score lay the Netherlands public face of Enron good cop. Stop Skilling and Fastow bad cops when necessary aggressive in their pursuit of money but disciplined lay never ask them to do anything illegal never ask them to do anything that could get him in trouble. He's not stupid but apparently Fastow is walk. INS has finished talking and occurs delay. She's now waiting for him mm to respond lay ask the only question he needs an answer to. You haven't gone outside the company with this have you. She shakes her head. No Les Smiles who he asked if there's anything he can do for her. She says she likes to be transferred from Fastow's of vision as soon as possible lay response at he'll work on. Thanks for coming in walk. INS leaves lay sits back down and just ask his day ruined lay hasn't been able to keep straight the details of his CFO's many schemes. They're all way too complicated. The understands the significance of what Walk Ins told him Fastow has put all of them at risk but laze takeaway is not. How can I fix this. That's too big a task instead. He decides the fixes pretty simple. Fast out must be dealt with and the attorneys after smooth this over the next day. Andy Fastow such as crosshairs on Cindy also ahead of human resources. He's only foot from her desk. When she looks up and realizes he's there he comes out our fast with one thing on his mind punishment but she's on the phone so fast al watches as she smiles and holds up an index finger in mouth just a sack. It's one more second than fast is willing to give her immediately james down the phones. Hook ending the college. She's mid-sentence. She's shocked and upset but he could care less. He wants an explanation. It all started with her Sherron. Watkins went onto Olsen Olsen sent watkins rex Rogers Rogers sent Watkins to lay fast down nose. biddle is raining from his mouth but he doesn't care. How could you be so stupid. He screams lay actually listened to walk INS and believed her. He slams his fist on Olson's desk. Thanks to her lay is pissed. Thanks to her lay he told Fastow he has no shot making chief operating officer. Thanks to her lay is launching an investigation into the rafters and ljm thanks to her breath. Andy Fastow career is over. He looms over her demands what she's going to do about all this you watch her mouth. Just open and close like some stupid goldfish fish. She doesn't know how to respond well. Luckily for her fast out how so ideas he tells her that she can start by seeing to it that security removes walk INS and her secretary from the building by the end of the day. They're never to set foot in Enron again. He wants their computers to he tells her to get on it. Immediately or he'll be back won't won't be as nice as he was today. Vast out turns and walks out confident that Olson got the message. She's crying so it sounds like she did on August twentieth. Two thousand one Ken lay is busy and determined he's fifty nine but he hasn't felt at this level of pure focus since his mid thirties these days people are in and out of his office constantly as he tries to figure out where things went off the tracks in his office this this afternoon as a reporter from the Wall Street Journal part of mopping up his underlings masses dealing with the press. They've got a whiff of something badly amiss. He hates dealing with journalists journalists but that doesn't matter this is all part of getting Enron going back. In the right direction leg reach the reporter gives them a tour of the office. He points out that many humanitarian humanitarian awards he's collected over the years. He directs the reporters attention to photos of lay with his good friend. President George W Bush the reporter seems appropriately impressed and laze pleased. I sit down and the interview begins whom thanks for doing this Mr Life. I know you must be extremely busy certainly right at their. CEO of an organization like this as a high pressure job as you as you can imagine sadly Jeff Skilling just did not handle that pressure well. We've had to do some course correction his absence I see what kind of course correction or are you talking about. Lay begins to speak but then stops himself. He thinks for a moment and consider the proper response well. We must restore investor confidence in our company. What can I tell you. Enron has lost some credibility ability lately. We're at thirty dollars. A share reporter seems impatient fires off the next question right but concerns have been raised about the nature certain financial partnerships involving Andy Fastow and don't an I can. I can assure you that all that has been rectified. Fastow has no involvement whatsoever with LJM. That was an important measure to take and we took it. What have you taken further measures. Mr Lay a lot of people are asking questions about just how Enron generates its profits lay life flinches. This should be easy to explain but thanks to fast Alan skewing. It is not just one more way in which they let him down. Here's here's what I can tell you. I can promise the world that we will as soon as possible. Make public detailed financial information which will give a better idea of the profitability of various businesses. American scandal is sponsored by best fiends not too. Many people like slugs. 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Mr Lee Enron will rebuild. I can promise you in fact August. Two thousand one was very promising month for us very very promising. We're running a tight ship here. Next month will be even better and you can quote me on that. You're predicting a good September for Enron. I'm guaranteeing Enron is still America's greatest company and I don't see see what could possibly go wrong for us in the weeks to come when the interview is over lay shakes hands and flashes a confident drink wants the reporters orders gone. He sighs heavily. He senses. The reporter was not swayed by his answers. Lay can't predict the future no one can and truth be told he he has no idea to September two thousand one being a good month the worst one yet so on October seventeenth the two thousand one. Ken Lay sits in metallic gray executive conference room stealing himself for an early morning investor call just over a month ago. Hijackers flew planes lanes to New York's Twin Towers. Three thousand people died lay watched it on television as the towers collapsed for a brief moment. Enron's problem seem trivial bill small but the feeling was fleeting ashes from the ruins. Were still swirling in the air. When the critics started circling Enron again people want lay to answer answer questions about Enron. He has good news for them but even good news sounds like bad news these days the conference call begins lay puts on his most optimistic voice for the investors analysts and executives and Ron reports a strong recurring operating performance in Q. Three recurring net income is up thirty five percent earnings per share are up sharply flee to that practically tells you all you need to know he says adding Enron's core energy business fundamentals are excellent. There is one minor thing he needs to mention though and he purposefully speaks quickly. We're recording non-recurring charges of slightly over one billion dollars. This quarter of the changes are a result of a thorough review of each of our businesses. We're committed to making the results of our core energy business more transparent to investors. He explained some of the losses pertained to as Eric's some broadband some tech stocks and some are spread across a smattering of other assets. He's owning up to the losses but critics don't miss the sleight of hand. Those losses are kept afternoon separate basket so as not to sully the bottom line as he ends the call. He smiles and looks up. He surprised to see a look of confusion on several board members faces. He doesn't know what they're confused about. Everything he said is positive. Enron is on an upswing. There is of course that billion dollars in expenses that came out of nowhere but isn't it better if he puts it out there instead of critics dragging it out. This is what the new Enron is all about telling the truth and facing directly lay walks expect to his office and reflects on a job well done. He's even ordered an internal review company practices. He's asked Ron Law Firm Vinson and Elkins to conduct it. It will be a review with reasonable parameters of course he told the lawyers that they can't second guess past decisions made by Enron's accounting firm Arthur Andersen expressly demanded that they not not conduct a discovery style investigation lay his confident that there's simply nothing left to discover. Skilling has gone fast hours on ice. Everything is a okay okay in Enron and the company will be completely vindicated soon. Sherron Watkins conceals ridiculous she sitting at the end of a conference table large enough to see twelve people at practically defar other end of the table are two men from Vincent in Elkins and their faces impassive that the only three people in the conference room Enron is a client of vinnie and that strikes walk INS as a slight conflict of interest. There's not how she would have conducted internal review proceedings. She tries to break the ice first off. I'd like to thank you for conducting this investigation. I think it's a I I think it's important to note no. Milwaukee not an investigation it review. The distinction is important very well a review yes so so as we understand it. You suspect some financial impropriety of some sort within Enron yes sir. That's that's putting it lightly. Well elaborate Miss Walking's please. We're all ears okay Andy Fastow's Investment Fund. Ljm essentially he used it to line his pockets. He often ran the fund in a manner that ran counter took Enron's best interests plus. I believe it's quite clear he used special purpose entities specifically the SP's known as rafters to conceal company losses so he was deceiving investors. This doesn't concern you at all well as we understand it. Mr Fassa is no longer involved in ljm LJM's so that clears up a lot. I'm not so sure it no. I'm not sure it does actually walk. INS feels embarrassed. She isn't cynical cynical enough yet to believe they openly take fast outside. Fastow who just days ago tried to have her and her assistant fire. Thankfully that didn't go anywhere from what walk walk ins was told Cindy Olsen. Hr called Ken Lay and lay made it very clear to fast out. There Watkins wasn't going anywhere. One of the lawyers continues well. Let me ask you something. Have you seen all the legal documents on the raptor transaction. I don't think I can claim to have seen them all. That's exactly right and how exactly did did algae and pull money from the raptor transaction. That's another thing I wasn't privy to miss. Watkins seems like you weren't privy to much. We've reviewed some of your statements here ear nonethless memo for one from where we're sitting. It seems like you substantiate much of your allegations with things overheard at a cocktail party. Yeah lots rumors lots of conjecture. Would you agree. Actually No. I've seen the books with my own eyes and I know Andy is up to I can give you several names of people fluid corroborate my allegations yeah. We'll reach out. If we require your systems contacting anyone you might know walk ins remembers the moment and Rex Rogers office when she nearly cried. What she's feeling now is very different. She's not even close to cry. She's just angry. These idiots care about covering their asses more than anything and they're willing to destroy Enron in the process. Ken Lay did not take her seriously after all sure he protected her from Fastow but a job at Enron isn't worth much if lay too scared to ensure a legitimate internal review. Ken Lay is obviously afraid of what you'll find if he looks at his own company too who closely it's disappointing and it's sad. Do you have any questions Mrs Watkins. No thank you for your time mm-hmm. Andy Fastow Mrs Jeff Skilling with him gone fast out surrounded by complete morons morons like Ken lay and Sherron Aaron Watkins who lay was too stupid to fire morons like these internal review suits from Vienna. They seem apologetic bags. Pardon for taking up his time. Fastow doesn't want to hear it. They shouldn't even be here in the first place he sits across from them in their little comments room and lays it all out like you would to a couple of toddlers accept everything at Enron is completely above board and always has been all transactions all of them were thoroughly reviewed by Arthur Andersen the office of the chairman and yes even va va itself to these guys really WanNa know what this is all about. He'll tell them Jeff McMahon wants his job so he's enlisted his pawn Watkins to smear smear fast out so that they can take Enron over together. It's obvious via Neiman nod and take notes October sixteenth two thousand one. Sherron Watkins is back in the Lawyers Conference Room. They have concluded their review and we like to share their findings. Watkins braces herself for the worst and she is not disappointed is the belief of Vincent Elkins that Watkins concerns amount to little more than bad optics friend Ron yes. Ljm doesn't look right and neither do the raptor transactions all these entities performed poorly and that along with a falling stock price will not play well in the media but a big company like Enron will suffer adverse publicity from time to time. That's just a cost of doing business. The manager Watkins that her concerns were thoroughly reviewed but they hadn't found anything that wasn't already known for them. It's a case closed walk and says it doesn't sound like they gave her concerns. Any real consideration at all the lawyers point out that Enron stock is more stable than it's been in weeks. It's held thirty three dollars. Even after the company announced losses things that are looking up. Watkins just shakes her head. She almost feels bad for them. At this point Enron must voluntarily and publicly restate past earnings simply did not make the the money said it did all the mark to Market Fair Value Accounting and special purpose entity manipulation is certain to catch up with the company and when it does people won't be asking if the stock price is holding they will demand that heads roll Ken lay in the elevator alone and going down angrier than he's ever been his life when the doors open he had to the public relations department they appear to all will be gathered in a single room having some kind of group meeting but whatever they're doing isn't enough lay is here to set them straight when he steps into the room the PR people look surprise. Usually a meeting with the boss is booked weeks in advance lay asks. If they've seen the Wall Street Journal lately they just look back and nervous silence lay racists voice everything he's done to get Enron on solid ground the internal review the financial disclosures the interviews none of it mattered the two characters the Wall Street Journal Rebecca Smith and John M Schweiler are out to destroy him. Enron posts third quarter losses not a big deal but the journal reporters made it a front page headline worse they've put fast out under the microscope lay thought he was all cleared up but Smith and Wyler are claiming that Fastow's thousand relationship with Ljm was unusual. They're quoting so-called corporate governance watchdogs. Those people say that since L. Jam purchase assets from Enron Breath Fastow should never have been allowed to run LJM while serving a CFO on the job of a CFO is to look for the best financial interests of the company that employs him the journal is insinuating maybe he looked out for the best interest of LJM at Enron's expense the Wall Street. Journal is pulling Enron apart. It's highlighting notches watches the failure of its broadband division asterix but the loss of a billion dollars in equity and the departure of top executives made a shaking his voice Hoarse Nia ads what is quite possibly the worst news of all Enron stock is now down to an all time low of twenty five dollars. Moody's has placed the company's as long term data on review for potential downgrade lay deliberately makes eye contact with each and every person staring back at him and fear he tells them that there is nothing wrong with how Enron does business he says it's a public relations problem and orders them to fix it lay heads back towards the elevators leaving the PR group behind signed. He's just hired a crisis management team in his first meeting with them. As in five minutes he can sense the clock beginning to tick on his career quickens his pace. He knows that if he can't save the company within the next few weeks and Ron is finished lay along with it. He won't let it happen. If it's a fight his enemies want and he's about to give them the fight of their lives American scandal sponsored by hellofresh. Some things are best left to the experts most of us. We don't really know how our car works. We're not GONNA pile it. 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That's eighty dollars off your first month of hellofresh by going to hellofresh dot com slash. Ads Eighty Promo Code S. Eighty you on October twenty third two thousand one. Andy Fastow can see the Ken Lay is beginning to crack under the pressure lay plots into the room sits down and rubs the dark rings under his Eyes Fastow's. Not sympathetic lay did this to himself self. Maybe if we had promoted FAS- out to see Oh instead of listening to Sharon Watkins Enron would be in better shape miserably lay sits at the head of the boardroom table aimal set to begin another grim analyst call the PR department has written up an official explanation regarding the circumstances that led to the creation of algae and it all sounds. That's perfectly logical Ron Ashton a fat lawyer from Vienna Chimes. He proposes an edit that identifies fast hours the founder of the Investment Fund fast. I can't contain himself. It was skilling he screams. Everyone just stares at him. Even lay fast out aside sit down the others do as well and lay begins. The call lay tells those on the line that he's disappointed the stock prices so low especially since things were going so well at the company. Pastel stifles a SNORT. Les recites. The prepared remarks regarding. Ljm It was an investment fund created to counteract volatility related to various Tech Deals Fastow voluntarily terminated germinate his with Al Jam when it became apparent that his prominent position both in L. Jam and Enron made some investors uncomfortable lay then adds that he has the highest confidence finest fast out and thinks he's outstanding CFO. It's a polite remark. Fastow acknowledges it with a flight not it's his turn to talk now and he keeps keep things cheerful. No one needs to worry about Enron's liquidity. Its banks still supported plus. Enron hasn't needed to dip into the three billion. Keep socked away for emergencies. Z's lay asks if there are any other questions. Kurt launer of CFSP wants to see a balance sheet. When will it be available. Lay Shrugs the next balance sheet will be available at the usual time found a week or two after earnings or announced longer asks if the balance sheet can be distributed sooner lay says sure possibly and leave stood that Fastow roles is is there's no chance of that happening. Dave Fleischer from Goldman Sachs is next on the line and he doesn't mince words. What's the company's credibility is being severely questioned. He appreciates that. It's difficult for lay to go into details but now is the time for full disclosure. There's has an appearance that Enron is hiding something. Make no mistake and Ron is in crisis and lay will need to have a conference call like this perhaps every morning from now on intil investor confidence is fully restored lay holds up his hands and response. We are trying to be as transparent as we can. We are trying to provide information. We're not trying to conceal anything. We're not hiding anything. The next person to take over the conference. Call is Richard Grubman fast. Our remembers him well. He's the guy that Skilling called called an asshole. Just a couple of months ago. Grubman says that he did some calculations and doesn't think that Enron correctly recognized all the losses taken when Asterix went belly up. The government says it appears Enron took a bigger hit from asterix than its leading on Chief Accounting Officer Rick Causey. Response says that it's nothing to worry about Enron created it is an SP called Marlin designed to contain the asterix debt so everything's fine but Grubman says he doesn't buy it he's aware of Marlin and it has no value as an SP at all marlins simply does not have the financial resources required to cover the large debts generated by the failure of as Eric's Causey begins to respond but but Ken lay cuts him off he tells Grubman. I know you want to try the stock price. You've done a good job of doing that but I think that's that. Let's move onto the next question. Fastow Raises Eyebrow so the old man still got some fight left in him fast and looks forward seeing how they will fare later that morning when he has to face Enron's employees employees lay enters the Houston high in the hotel's ballroom is packed wall to wall people that work for him and his crisis management team oppose this they told lay it was time to face his employees directly to tell them that there was no reason to panic that Enron would prevail like it it always has such reassuring words would mean a lot coming from the founder and CEO of the company lay weaves way towards the podium. He tries to make eye contact with as many people as he can says good morning to each of them. He's going for confident convivial. P- in control but the crowd is agitated to lay. They sound like a swarm of angry. The Hornets lay climb steps that lead to the microphone and pauses momentarily usually at this point he be greeted with thunderous applause and a standing ovation but not today day and runs workers sit an impatient silence. They're scared and Ron stock is trading at nineteen dollars a share their retirement savings are going up in smoke. They're desperate for a reason to believe in this company again so with a thoughtful non. Les Surveys the crowd and begins good morning there. It is now. We've got a packed house and I appreciate that now. In any other circumstance circumstance I would probably have fewer to say to you regarding September eleventh and the many heroes the roast the occasional awful day but of course we're we're here to talk about Enron because just like America's under attack by terrorism I think we're under attack lay hold for applause but there is none which is odd he thought that statement would get more support lay motion for Enron president and CEO Greg Wally to approach the microphone. May I smiles as wally lists Enron's many business units and describes in detail the ways in which each unit is performing admirably lay takes over again. Thank you greg. Let's have a round of applause for Greg Wally of course as you can see. The underlying fundamentals of our business are very strong indeed the strongest they have ever been but regrettably this is not what Wall Street is focusing on a doubt is what you're focusing on either but I've watched no that Enron's Ron's been through some tough times before it's right trying to take us down in the eighties with that phony oil trading scandal. They're trying to take us down many times when each and in every case the company has come back and has come back stronger than it was before you make no mistake all of us here in this room. Today are being tested is true. Will we measure up to the challenge. True character is born in times of crisis. We need to show our character as an organization now. It's time for questions and looks like a few up here. An aid offers lay a stack of cards with employees questions. He selects one at random. Question makes him frown but it's too late to put it back. Hundreds of people have just seen him take it. There's nothing else to do so they returned to the microphone and reads the question aloud. I I would like to know if you were on crack. It's October twenty fourth. Two thousand one on an Andy Fastow is fired up charging into Enron headquarters at nine. Am for a meeting with the executive. Committee lated his best yesterday some bought his Enron shall overcome schtick but some didn't it makes no difference. Fastow though Enron just needs to show it makes money for that it needs Andy Fastow with fast househelp Enron will reign cash again and when that happens the analyst watchdogs the Wall Street Journal even the asshole shareholders. They're all just going to shut. Shut up and go away. Money makes people have short. Memories is the only answer it has always been the only answer vast outbursts into the executive sweet ready to talk strategy. He has ideas on how to keep Enron afloat for the rest of two thousand one as well as into the next decade he quickly take stock of those in the room mm-hmm and stops dead Greg Ueli Ken Lay and Jeff McMahon. What the Hell is he doing here. They all stare at him and he sees it in their rash faces immediately. He just shakes his head. Smiles looks at the floor than backup then why he asks lay tells him the banks of lost confidence often you andy. I'm sorry but our hands are tied. We have to let you go fast. I usually try to keep his rage and check when he's around lay but now how he simply can't contain himself. There's no reason to hold back nothing to lose. At this point. A single bank expressed the lack of confidence in me and I told you all about about that myself last week. Now you're punishing me for being honest fast. Alex for something throw but there's nothing in reach. He looks at McMahon and asks so I guess you're the A new. CFO well congratulations mockingly he softly applauds McMahon's face. Ken Lay looks disappointed and he'd this doesn't need to be difficult yet does Ken fast our replies turning to leave but then he stops. He's one last thing to say. I'm watching now. I intend to sue for ten million dollars wrongful wrongful termination see you in court way. You're going to all be there soon anyway fat afternoon. Ken Lay sits down his office loosens his time and causes this is he doesn't see how this day could get any worse than his phone rings. It's one one of the lawyers bad news. The Securities and Exchange Commission has just made an announcement as of today it has launched a formal investigation of and Ron Corporation next on American scandal and Ron runs out of options as the Wall Street Journal works to expose the Company for what it is but the resulting fallout is more devastating than anyone could have -ticipant from wondering this is America American scandal. I hope you enjoyed this episode. 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Creating the Habit of Happiness

The Playbook

30:18 min | 10 months ago

Creating the Habit of Happiness

"Hi everyone today's episode is from my appearance on becoming a champion with Dana Cavalier the former strength and conditioning coach for the New York Yankees interviews filled with value, and I wanted to share it with all of you because the two of US discussed how creating the habits of happiness in the best way to make positive changes in your life. Go forget to join me. Every Friday at eleven am Pacific two PM Eastern. For by free training, you can register de Meltzer dot com forward slash training or text me to join my community nine, four, nine, two, nine, eight, two, nine, five or if you want my Free Book Free Training Free Guides just email me or register for the Pitch Competition David at D. BELTER DOT com. See you there. This is entrepreneurs the playbook I was like the start with what was it like as a kid for you I think a lot of us. We've had great childhoods. We struggle this kid's we have crazy thoughts as kids, but ultimately that could really drive us in our journey. So what was it like growing up for you? Know. First of all, I was blessed to be borne one with happiness Gene Nile and Assad light with the glass half full, and that's become more and more orders. I got older to realize that everybody has like a quantum baseline of happiness and you're my missing that became important but moreover, I secondly was blessed to have such an extra gate family. So like an incredible bomb raise six kids, you'll work two jobs. In I always say to my kid man I don't know how I can teach you what I learned when I was a kid fortunately, they were all born with happiness gene as well. So I got a little bit of leeway there and then the third thing growing up that was interesting as albeit that was super happy. The only time that there ever seen to be great challenges in my life it was financial. With a single mom you know the only time I ever saw my mama unhappy was financial stress the car breaking down not enough money for food how she gonNA pay for the fetuses to be fully developed his graduate students Sunday. These things would. You push my mom jeers and so as a little boy when my dad left at five I saw my dad is like super successful. He left my mom back. Then there wasn't really deadbeat dads the seventies as defense about divorces in married this beautiful girl closer to buy in his convertible Cadillac race horses harness horses trained his superhero. VIBE, so. Into perspective. Is bigger than I'd be rich like my dad and buy Mama. House and a car and you know. I. Literally would ask my mom, why can't you be more like Dad Neil Mile you so humble in so wonderful she never does Baird's my father at all. So I was born in raised in this extraordinary loving environment that had no money so that whole became my destiny that I was going to make a lot of money yeezy behind me. Right I used to think you know money buys happiness love and my journey's about learning what money means by relationship to money that isn't about buying happy district. Yeah. So. What does it mean now because I know your story and I'll let you get more. Money to be now is it was my thermostat money was by defined being it was literally exactly who I was, what I was going to become, and so I- acquainted everything by bank account that was my thermostat for life and so money in my mind and everything reinforced it up until two years before I lost over one hundred, million dollars in lost everything two years before is when I learned the lesson that money doesn't buy love or happiness, but it allows you to shop. Learned was that allows you to shop for the right things to come through you for others, abundant world and more than enough or the number everyone and everything. You can be super happy. But if you shop for the wrong things scarce world either as a victim. In a world of not enough where everything happens to you or even when I became a multi millionaire nine months out of law school I lived in the world just enough whereas buying things I didn't need for people to oppress widened light right when you knew that you're going to be unhappy. So money is a currency, an object of energy that you put in the flow to get that. You want. If you buy the right things, you're gonNA. Be Happy. If you buy the wrong things, you won't be happy but it's definitely a main court in my life. Make a lot of money help a lot of people have a lot of fun. Everything comes through me for others. Yeah. So for you would that currency? Where do you put that currency? Now? How do you? How do you go after happiness yet? So you know what I learned was the more that I give the more I received, and that's a very dangerous thing because it seems benevolent is seems humanitarian But I've shift that paradigm. Because what happens is when you believe that the more you give the more you receive. Giving is an unconditional it's judgmental. It's conditional. It actually is a trade so I would give. So I could get acknowledgement I would give. So I could get recognition I give I get respect I'd give. So I'd get gratitude whatever it was always a trade or I'd give to get profit. and. What I shifted in my paradigm was I received and I wanNA receive as much as I can and most people have a problem receiving so that I can get it's a completely different perspective in energy, and so I shifted that paradigm two, thousand, six, two years before I lost everything in house going to receive as much as I can allow to come through me with appreciation gratitude to add value to it and give it away to others might entire life. How did you do it? Like like I I'm fascinated because I trained athletes for a living and and develop talent and I find like it's like, Hey, we have this idea and I wanted to do it and I do it for two or three days, and then all of a sudden it revert back to my old money chasing self. How'd you? So one created a habit this gene about happiness because happiness was my ultimate goal is the greatest bias of all time spread by. Witnessing, it's the the emotional physical state will actually strengthen your immune system. So protects us against other things vice hold myself I I need to start defining things in my life. So I defined happiness as that habit machine of I was going to enjoy the consistent every day persistent without quid pursuit of my potential I was going to vote for and go up to bat for what I believe in that I wanted. So in order to do things that way I created five steps Is Been that habit machine number one, take inventory of my values everyday. No don't be afraid of being a hypocrite. Don't be afraid changing the way that you feel and who wanted where we're all so surprised and offended you know when things change right and scape not me I changed my values every day. I look at my personal experience giving and receiving values based upon gratitude forgiveness accountability and inspiration. That's number one number two most importantly ask. I teach and perform in prison on the phone. Via Email and media radio TV, social media I ask how I can be of service or value making for what I want. But more importantly I asked you know anyone that could help me I started asking people not as gatekeepers, how to get around them them through them but instead as a sponsor, do you know anyone that can help me or as a power sponsor? Can you or do you know someone that can help me in the whole world starting to open up in? There was less resistance in variance obstacles in boys in shortages I was finding the superpowers in everybody in building on the relationships that we're all connected in me all WanNa help we already all know our why and really leveraging that by giving people what who, in the how it allowing the why to reveal or eliminated out. So number two was to ask three very pragmatic. This is one for all your guys. I'm A. Student. So every day you know I have to routines set routine and adaptable team. But every day I've two periods of time that I study study is paying attention to and giving intention to what I think. They do believe anybody even knowing the unconscious competencies by personality traits, characteristics, obsessions, addictions, my DNA like happiness gene, aggregate, all those into intention knowing that what I studied they attention to plus intention to gets the coincidences I wanted my like other people coincidences. Luck I. Call it a map out occurrence of attention inventing two things that coincide perfectly together at the white wave. Perfect time is a coinciding. Of Events It's a coincidence I'm the luckiest guy in the world, but I coincide everything through intentional behavior by giving my focus it. So I started picking out what should I study every day in the morning in at night and the first thing is my calendar right I was studying the activity I get paid for in the activity. I don't get paid for it line with the values that I have and the questions I need to ask. So I study what I have planned during the day with the Lens of productivity, how much value can provide lens of accessibility to access what I want and. Accessible to others to be connected, and finally a Lens gratitude binding the light beloved and the lessons in everything knowing that pains and indicator indicator that I have to learn a lesson physical mental, emotional, spiritual financial pain. Just again, I got a lesson to learn it. I get excited because of my habit machine of enjoying the consistent persistent pursuit of your potential. So I study what? I have planned what I. Don't have planned the white space in my calendar, the empty space and sleep. As you knows, of Ormuz, goads people don't realize that we all share the number one habit that has the most impact in our lives. That's what we're connected without the EAGLE, interference to the subconscious unconscious mind to the greatest source of power light Levin lessons in recovery, and so I study the fourth thing is do it now. Young. This is a mathematical I used to joke around the only statistic I know to be true is ninety nine percent of all statistics are made up but I bound to statistics to be true number one, hundred percent of all short putts they'll go it. No, I know that we do. Hit. The second one will change your life one hundred percent of the things that you do now get done and use a performance coach knows the distinctive property of getting stuff done that it is the separator between the great ones in the good ones those people that gets done are the successful people in the world. So I asked myself, can I do it now if I can do it now I do it saves at least twice as much time exponentially more statistically accessible and if I can't do it now I put it in my calendar tomorrow to make an Indu. But what's most important than Vialli most importantly, which is the practice that you have is I've studied you and what you're doing you you buy up different terminology but I call it practicing ending fear right? How can we get out of our own way? How can we realize to get rid of the interference the corozzo between me and the most powerful source of light love lessons in power and allowed to come through me with that appreciation for others in also clear the interference that we have the eagles vs consciousness between me and everything else I'm connected to People, places, things, etc. a tree has no branches and I see. So many times people thinking that one branch of a tree would go to war against another branch and they create all of this corrosion and interfere to the tree as a whole because to ranches think somehow that they're separate inferior superior right offended resentful guilty fearful anxious whatever it may be. So I spend a majority of my time practicing ending fear when I'm in the beer consciousness identifying it stopping dropping down by breathing into a Buddhist state of neutrality and they're rolling ferociously in the right trajectory. So for someone that I, mean I agree with you a hundred percent. I think so many of the athletes I work with the executives I work with fear driven. And that means it turns into these obsessive machines that can't turn off. Like for someone that's just starting out in this in just sort of having this level of consciousness. Where would you suggest they start? I lower the bar right. It's like anywhere else if you want to be a marathon runner, you're not GonNa Delta. GotTa. Go Run fifty miles. You're going to stretch. So I see everything is a practice I see everything with his potential of acceleration in exponential growth. So the easiest way is to get things moving to get started, and so the best thing we can do is realize that two minutes a day is worth more than two hours. Saturday, and you can get your mind body and soul align with doing something consistently every day persistently without quid in learn to find the light love the lessons in meeting. Enjoy it couple of checks besides low in the bar is just remember the first ten minutes suck out. Again I. Then a golden rule of mine that changed my life like you know those days no matter what it is you don't want to do it clean the closet workout eat right or whatever. It's amazing by telling yourself that you know what don't worry Bro I ten minutes stock just do it. It is reminding yourself I had at suck, but it always is good after the next ten minutes. Out Me accelerate. Just by those simple things lower the bar in the first ten minutes suck. Yeah. Now I'm the I always say if you listen to yourself, you won't do anything. So talk to yourself and get your coaches. And Push Yourself. Let's go come on I. DO I do it all the time and again I level athletes as you know day in and day out so with all this, do you work on the weekend? Are you someone that's a weekend worker? So I don't believe it work I believe in activity I get paid for an activity. I. Don't get paid for I'd take vacation every day I also strive to have as much activity. I get paid for every single day that I can. Join the activity I don't get paid for, and so I do prioritize minimum in our day on my help a minimum of thirty minutes with my wife minimum of thirty minutes with my son minimum two minutes today with my three teenage daughters a minimum of Bennett a day with my mom I do have a minimum of ten minutes day being student on my calendar and then the rest of. As executing on that attention intention to my calendar what Hap- plan what I don't have planned in my sleep I know it sounds simple but it'll change your life and your perspective. When you realize that is arbitrary and capricious put the word work to anything because I'll give you where it came to me is you know I know the padres pick pay their second basement two million dollars a year. He goes to work when it gives the taping. He watches film when he's in the batter's box confronted sixty thousand people he's working supposedly by this construct. What everybody thinks now I also know that I would pay two million dollars next year the padres let me play second base. Same job same activity correct, and here's a here's the Saturday thing for the padres. I. Can guarantee that not only would they save the two million by not paying that kid and they get two extra million by playing me but I could guarantee that we come in the same place as they did last year at the very least not too hard right? Right. That's awesome although I'll tell you this I got one advantage being San Diego, band both football and. Baseball is that they have a huge advantage this season because they're so used to playing in front of nobody. Like how inspired article those guys, why are they saying up for this game because they're use nobody being in the stands it's so true. It's so true. I, imagine to live in San Diego I. Feel like a lot of what you're preaching I come from New York. It's a pressure cooker. It's always hot. There were always moving moral way shake and I feel like a lot of what you're speaking to your environment also can help facilitate some of this calming and relaxation you know. On the outlets of you may have to go to New York to remind me what Miami it'd be. Anybody sees me like Oh you're from New York everybody. Nobody was like Oh, you're from California I actually will make sure I don't get too complacent laid back. In San Diego. California. So this cove beings killing me because I used to go to New York minima minimum every other week just to get Rian allies because. There's so much more energy thinks so I joked around but this is true I took a China bus. Some people may not know what that is but they had this like eight dollar bus. Internet. Go from Manhattan into. Philly night. Yeah. Wild. Man, I took my to you as. I, told my wife I'm like, no. So interesting I go the vibration the frequency of New York City is so high that the driver of my China us. Literally more educated than half the people I know in southern. California I. Use the calculator that he had like he was. So well, read articulate on this issue be Z. of company, and he's driving the eight zero eight dollars China bus more than the executives of some million dollar company in San Diego. So. So this is interesting. 'cause like for me I grew up in. New, York and I'm already high energy like the place exhausts me. I love go into where you are. So I can chill out and then and it's the and it's it's the opposite of me New York City is like I gotta go in and I got to get out. But I've heard that a lot of people from out west and the Midwest they go to new. York and they feel like New People they come back to their environment and their hair on fire is the Tesla supercharge event applied in New York to get superchargers and then come out when the battery is low again back in up to the destler supercharge. That's amazing. When I before I met you the first time of person I thought you were going to be much more like. The New, York personality and then I'm like, wow, he's really chill. He's probably Like he laid back, are just turn it hard core. Or what? Both I'm a ferocious Buddha literally I am ferocious about two things one stopping when I'm an eagle based emotion by which is natural state of the need to be right offended separate in various appear anxious, frustrated angry all those things that accelerate us in the wrong to decorate. Roses about stopping. That's my free will lies, and then I'm really good at being a Buddhist. When I get into tooth consciousness I'm on my eyes frequency I breathe through my nose I, meditate a Mary van. But then when I get into that neutrality, the highest frequency I'm also very ferocious about moving towards what I want. I have this Yin Yang by personality where it's like Oh. Yeah. I, see the surfer, this Buddhist Zen guy lying on his own, contemplating the universe in our existence but then again, I also see you know the New York Jewish lawyer ill the. Sports aged that is literally get out of his way because he is one. Bad little do yeah and I I imagine well, which side do you naturally gravitate towards all the Roches side is taking me fifty two years. Yeah. We'd come the Buddha. It's still like all I did like is I read realigned that ferocious attitude? Or stopping myself for being in Eagle based idiot narcissistic Al and so I actually that's a native. I being I just learned how to focus that energy to make myself a better higher frequency person a more enlightened person calmer person. We sounds really funny that I'm like super aggressive and super competitive. Got Activities then. I get him man listen. We're all we're all unique and we all say we all have our own way about us but that's I find it interesting because I I've tried to work more towards that myself. You know the chilling out the slowing down and like once you for me, it's brassing that you could still be might languages. You could still be a go-getter and still be a killer, but do it in a different way. And you know I I. I see. So many of these. Titans in New York that they can't stop that pursued in that chase in that kill and they have no routines in which you're talking about when you look at their calendar, it's nothing but meeting meeting meeting not a Lotta. Definitely, not any deep breathing or anything like that. So I imagine was it is foreign to you these concepts when you first started Lou yeah. Man Back Lease I got started is the person that taught me my Google Zeta Meditation she was talking about how she could raise my frequency, your mind vibration through meditation I could be more aware of things. So I, told her straight out is like fourteen years ago Mike Dry was only poor people meditate people that are high smoke pots and other MOMS couch sleep on. Their broken in a sick on the time. Those are the people knew meditated. I was like this aggressive do that you're talking about and then she told me while you know you can only be aware of that which rates equal to or less than you I'm like, yeah, whatever then she said. Including Linda by herself things like what she goes through meditation you can raise your awareness in heaven intuitive to figure out to buy and when to sell. Okay. They've always said is the cornerstone margins of billionaires are made people that know how to buy when things are oversold. Things are overbought. I. Don't care what it is. You S an expert for that answer. Literally, those are the margins billionaires right there. What she said that it was like you know what? I'm GONNA give this a dry it was. Economic Scarce greed that led me into meditation, and then literally it changed my life, and now I never think about window by herself through an awareness. It's all about expansion and growth and being of service and value empowering over a billion people to be happy so that they can experience the life that they in their potential dictated for themselves, and if we can create a collective conscious happiness man, this abundant world at would show everybody. There's enough of everything for everyone you know. Happy People don't attack other people. Happy People don't steal things. They don't hurt other people. They have no judgments or conditions, and so I'm getting to the root in source of how create better universe in a better society. It's it's awesome. Man Having so many people look at life is me versus you. And it's it's totally off. It know. Everts myself by EGO, it's truth versus Ego As my perspective really think about it we have enough of her own things that we need to be working on it. How the hell do we have enough time to worry about so and so is doing you know what I mean. At least I. Great Sports. Agent Dan with. Iran his agency and I had to do some speeches and I walked into a room disheveled from negotiation us like Liam Al Qaeda I look okay. You know is everything. Okay and it just reminds me he said he looked at me he goes debut know what all these people are thinking right now like what he goes number one not how you look. And Look. Okay. That's exactly you should be looking and saying now what other people are wearing, but literally no that the only thing that really matters is you look within yourself to make sure you're okay. Everyone else will will resonate with what you've. You saw it. It's so true man. So I gotta I gotTa ask you got it. I got a couple of short ones for you. But one is Friday's a big day for you every day always online on social and I'm seeing areas again pushing Friday Friday Friday. So tell us about Friday how'd you had it? Friday, become such a big day for my mandate, Meltzer? Younger brother WHO's Harvard Student Who laude grab that speaks six languages and runs a huge congregation in San Diego. So it's Shibat for him. To Compete with my sibling rivalry dealing with that. But I've been doing trainings for twenty years. They started as sales trainings just to help people elevate themselves by making more money and help people in having fun through sales. But my manger anyone I realized the power of happiness and out was able to help me reengineer my life from literally the depths of losing everything that I had under over one hundred million dollars in making a back through abundance in through positive. And empowering others I went on a mission to do a training. Every Friday is to be small in my office by everybody lines in it's grown and grown into thousands of people. Now, every eleven am civic two PM Eastern where people obviously watched the download the podcast in end the three replays as well, but it's nothing to be installed. It's all three but I do everything from you know the ultimate ego training to sales bids I have a DVD on elevator bids you know. Do literally you know this week is building a community finding frequency top nissen telephone. So I, deal with all types of issues in is really there to help people because my Mr Life owned by a thousand people like Dana that literally will empower thousand people in your life to empower another thousand thousand times thousands of million, a million times thousands a billion. So if I can utilize this latte or for free to power over billion people to be happy collective consciousness about happiness. Little. Humble me the average Joe in change the world. Yeah. Now it's awesome. Man What what are some any stories that have come out of these Friday? Friday gathering some people that have done some really cool things or people that issue here Oh yeah. So I mean every week I get these stories at a distance remarkable and I'm going to be a completely transparent because. Cracks me up you know some people will tell me, David you know I've been saying thank you every night before I go to bed and when I wake up and you know my entire life has changed around my marriage is better might kids are healed? Making millions of dollars. Thank you so much like you're a genius and I'm thinking. Oh, what a legacy I talked. And then. You know what? The biggest one that people literally it changes. Their business is the idea of this asking might student your countering asking are really huge things for people but if I can get people to ask invariably ten twenty people tell me in a very short amount of time. I had a guy yesterday. Tell me literally was at the bottom of five thousand. Sales Reps right when he started watching my stop and he started showing what I thought he read connected to good is but really started asking and not was he the top sales guy going on these trips and making literally seven figures now but they accelerated him just like the program that normally takes five years get into that he did so well is outperforming everyone. Is Big takeaway was if thanks for teaching me to ask people why which is such an important thing to ask not only could be value but really start practicing asking people hedi known anybody that can help me a really soft ask but you'll be amazed how many people feel good by helping you. Yeah. P people really do they love to help so I I. Agree with you hundred percent. I'm amazed to even amount of people that. I asked him I appreciate. Appreciate you coming on today I. Asked you said, yes. But there's so many people that will say, yes and I've seen for years in in sports and business and it's also asks you're right bitch they can change your life and ask them to thank you right. Who'd a thought? Yes. Amazing and like even the where my relationship Gary Bainer Chug, like people who will go with them like we asked me for help. He asked me for help sports agency that image brother restarting, and that's how we build a relationship and then I kind of picked up on her magnanimous guy. Humble. The guy was like, Hey, maybe I should ask you for help you know, can you make a middle-aged union turtle like David Meltzer? On instagram. Now, I'm the most famous village guy on instagram. It's awesome. Hey. That's that's awesome. Whatever it takes. All right. I got one more for you and then I gotTa. Let you go. So I called the becoming a champion show and I always ended up with this. What does the word champion mean to you? Some of that has lived in pursued their potential and enjoyed it. So premier champion is that enjoys the consistent persistent pursuit of their potential vote. For example, one of my greatest championship Simone ally, his average division three football player guy, he's A. Big. Champion for me because it was the closest the potential that this unbelie athletic physique. Awesome man. You know you're right man that's what it's about our on that journey. So just You, you reach your peak division three football but you got there I work with a lot of young kids. Same thing it's like you don't always have to go d one somebody's dream is just to get to that college level. And is still one of the best experience I've job our world with the greatest celebrities, athletes, entertainers, etc. the greatest events and still blame division three football has to be the greatest experiences of my life. So that's what made me a champion and I did it the best I could. Yeah. Right there I did it the best I could. Awesome. Thanks so much man hey, podcast listeners. Thank you for listening. To today's episode I. Know You've been enjoying the road revenue episodes they are downloading at record paces and I am so grateful for you joining me not only on the podcast but live every Friday at eleven am Pacific Time Two PM Eastern make sure you email me at David at D. Meltzer dot com or text me at nine, four, nine, two, nine, two, nine, five. Thank you so much.

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Le Show For The Week Of January 24, 2021

Le Show

57:41 min | 5 months ago

Le Show For The Week Of January 24, 2021

"From all your device of choice win soon enough is the way to be back more selfies with the let us gentlemen sometimes sometimes a sense that the skies are brightening just means you know the the gray merck is dispersing a little bit. Doesn't mean it's actually you know bright tropical sunshine yet. So we're i think the least you can say about this period is we're in the moment where the gray merck is clearing a little bit case in point from the annals of pettiness new department on the show. Maybe lonely be this once. I'm going say this name. Maybe for the last time on this broadcast in the history of this broadcast but here we go from the national journal. One of donald and milania trump's final small acts in the presidential transition charitably. Gerald charitably described as grudging was descend white. House ushers home for the day wednesday morning. That left the new first family to fend for themselves. Upon entering according to several informed sources quote. The trump's sent the butlers home when they left so there would be no one to help the biden's when they arrived that's a well-placed official not associated with the biden team talking to the national journal the no-shows apparently included chief usher jimothy harlem sources familiar with what happened. Confirm harlot a former. Executive trump hotels hired by malania was summarily fired by the trump's before they left not as has been widely reported by the biden's harlot was shown the door before the biden's reached the door. Maybe the same door on wednesday afternoon for the first official entrance video of their arrival showed them waving photographers hugging for the cameras. For more than a minute longer than typical presidential photo ops before approaching the entrance with their family the heavy doors swung open from within about fifteen seconds later. According to a white house veteran social expert. I guess there are such things you gotta spend a lot of time studying the protocol to be one of those. Don't you think he anyway. That expert says quote. It's a big protocol breach for the president. Ever stand in front of a closed door at the white house unquote will it. It's like his house for awhile. Doesn't seem quite right animals pettiness as i say the gray merck is dissipating. Just a little bit. It's almost like sunshine itself. Hello welcome to the show. wow from new orleans. I'm harry shearer. Welcome you to this edition of the show. It's a historic week. I think you've been sort of marinating in that as have i as as everybody Marinating the relative silence imposed by twitter and others. And if you've had the bandits to notice anything else probably reached your ken that Two of the best known voices in american media have been silenced. This week one by retirement and one by a more severe force and so before we do anything else. Let's take a moment singing a patriotic song. In honor of those two gentlemen god bless america notice on and Stu sit these lean on dimmed by you man Ricca it should be our national anthem. America god shed his grace song newbie crown by good with rose the hood from sea to shining sea hit on nine o'clock. Get out of here before that. And now ladies and gentlemen time for me to read the trades for you something i do. This'll be from advertising age. There was a consumer electronics. Show this year you know. It's that big thing happens at vegas in january normally. Of course it happens vegas so you never hear about no no. It happened. Vegas and it's huge. Thank you but this year. It was virtual so you may not have heard about it and it may not have been that huge. But here's a report from there. One of the most significant trends that emerged in the past year or so is how people have come together to watch. Tv virtually according to a sandeep gupta. I have no idea of. It is related Vp and general manager of fire tv and amazon during a consumer lex electron panel on streaming. Not steaming happens later. That's not the only evolution that the tv universe has experienced in terms of building software. According to go he says there will come a time. There will come point where you can ask an ultra intelligent alexa complex questions. Like what do i wanna watch next. That's a complex question. I have the must that must await a whole new kind of silly but it opens the door to that world. You know the one. I mean the smart one. Are you know about bitcoin right. This cyber currency spoke to replace money. Everything's supposed to replace money me. I'll take money but you know. I still have a landline Well the bitcoin value putatively has risen allied. It's it's gone down twenty percent this week but it had a big big big rise over the last few months. But there's a cost of course. Nothing's free unless this life. That's why everybody wants the next one. As the bitcoin network expands more mining energy is needed to fulfill the growing demand for bitcoin. Do you know how all this works. You have to solve as sorry and increasingly difficult mathematical problem to generate a bitcoin and that takes computing power and as time goes on the as i say. The problem gets increasingly complex. Which means computer has to work harder. It has not only attracted attention due to the soaring price. Bitcoin but also the electricity consumption used to power the transactions data presented by trading platforms dot com indicates. It costs just a little more than twenty five bucks a twenty five million daily in dollars in electricity to process. bitcoin transactions. They give you that figure in dollars not in bitcoins. Because nobody knows what a bic. The cost is based on bitcoin. Thirty day average transaction of three hundred. Twenty eight thousand. As of mid month this year this month and the energy footprint per one bitcoin transaction which is worth seventy six dollars and seventy four cents. They figured it out. They research also over viewed. Bitcoin electricity consumption in terawatt hours between october. Twenty fifteen january a twenty twenty one at gets a little complicated but estimated electricity consumption has increased by about ten thousand percent over that period dish. Link they compared electric consumption between bitcoin. And the top ten countries the digital assets annualized 'electricity consumption is one hundred twelve terawatt-hours equal to one percent of china's per year electricity consumption highest in the world bitcoin solely in the digital space computers that power the network consume a lot of energy computing powers therefore needed to mind bitcoin which requires electricity electricity. Cons- energy consumption by non. it infrastructure like fans. Hi how are you. Thank you nice to see. You know the other kind also accounts for bitcoin. Electricity consumption bitcoin electricity consumption correlates with the number of transactions tends to rise when the assets price increases leading to high demand therefore becomes even more profitable to make bitcoin or mynatt as they say which causes more miners to join the network of the miners. The more compute power needed to solve computing problems of the last month. Bitcoin hit a new all-time sustained growth in trade. Many people were interested in getting a portion of the digital currency so increased number of transactions bitcoins. Electricity has resulted in apocalyptic and sensational views especially from critics of the digital currency over outlook for energy. Use is largely uncertain it may be if emission efficiency improvements in hardware bitcoin price trends. You think in bitcoin mining regulations as the bitcoin network grows. It's now consuming more electricity than some countries. Consumption represents a big portion of the electricity consumed annually by some leading global economies. Bitcoin electricity consumption equates over thirty six percent of the uk's annual energy consumption. Bitcoin mining is a highly mobile industry. Major players can migrate quickly to areas with cheap electricity in some cases. Localized hotspots and electric supply issues can arise easily generating a backlash from regulators and the public and bitcoins. Electric city use has led to the question of sustainability. Some experts term it as an environmentally unfriendly. Considering that leading mining firms are in china relying heavily on fossil fuel china's attractive to minors because it produces a lot of cheap electricity. thanks to cheap coal. see it's a system and Like any other electricity. Consumer electronics driven industry. Bitcoin is leaving behind a noticeable carbon footprint it's now comparable to the carbon footprint of new zealand can't put new zealand in your pocket. Well you can't put bitcoin in your pocket either. So there you go. The number of bitcoins carbon footprint significantly reduced once bitcoin mining regions adopt a wider use of renewable energy sources. That would be china apparently. But that's not happening yet so So here's to. Bitcoin and more about our smart smart smart smart smart world in high tech south korea. There's growing public outcry over the emergence of deepfake pornography and chat bots being taught dirty words. I don't have to explain what a chat bot is to you doing. No of course not. You're smart enough to be listening to me. South is one of the most technologically advanced in depth societies in the world ranking in top positions in terms of mobile phone penetration. Pardon me internet speeds in the consumption of online media games and apps but society. There's discovering going to deloitte chabala that all that tech at the public's fingertips comes at a price. More than three hundred. Seventy five thousand south koreans have signed an online petition demanding that the government take action against deepfake pornography that sees the faces of famous korean actresses morphed unto indecent images that are then circulated online. Sounds like good innocent funda me. I'll be back in a minute. I'm gonna go watch. The petition was started just before a seoul based company. That's the city. Not the feeling was forced to pull the plug on an artificial intelligence driven. Track a chat bot service after it started swearing out sexual comments and describing lesbians as quote disgusting and creepy unquote. There have been calls for a discussion of the ethics surrounding what amounts to the resurrection of famous korean singers. Who have died but are being brought back to life to perform at concerts through the use of artificial intelligence technology and holographic images. Sounds like vegas. What happens in vegas goes to korea. There are some who say it's merely the exploitation of the deceased to turn a profit for those who own the rights to their music today and the countervailing argument would be what technology is both a blessing in a challenge in every society. I think that's also the case here. In korea says an economist at seoul national university unquestionably problems that need to be addressed. He says not the whole deepfake in. Hey i think scattered late. The company behind the lee luder jackpot which was effectively hijacked by users announced a week ago. It's suspending the service. Just nineteen days after. It was launched. Well evolution is speeding up it operated on facebook messenger. It's all good there and allowed users to have conversations that were either instigated by luda or to which she replies system was a smart robot but scattered lab decided to give it the face of a twenty year old female student. Well let's ask for trouble. Isn't it the deep learning technology behind the service drew and more than ten billion messages shared on social media between real couples in korea in to engage in conversations that feel natural and realistic to users. Because they've been said before that helped ludo to act a user base of around four hundred thousand people within weeks of its launch. Problems began to crop up almost immediately. However after some mail users began having conversations revolving around sex with the robot according to the korea herald that lead to more users sharing suggestions and how they could turn luda into a sex slave of their use the technology to encourage looted to make homophobic or other discriminatory remarks. I blame guys. Not the guy's got a band guys. Scatter lab issued an apology for the robots homophobic remarks. Saying they do not reflect the company's core values. Where are those the core. You can't know the values without the core and promising to find ways to prevent such statements in the future company said despite efforts during development to ensure luda did not respond to key words or phrases it had proved impossible to prevent an inappropriate all inappropriate conversations with an algorithm that only filters out certain terms mean yes. People are still smarter and artificial intelligence. The ceo of the company sent a blog post that the project was a work in progress and would take time for ludo to quote properly socialized. Like a puppy. She's like a puppy she can't she's like a puppy but wait. There's more world is still smarter. Every freaking day going to mackenzie the consultancy firm which has put out a report called the connected home market that is to say the marketplace for devices. That will turn your home into basically a wide open place. Were anybody can listen or watch it. Tumors are most motivated according to that report by utility management. You know turning the heat on it off or the air conditioning as well as security and safety those are key factors when they buy connected home technologies little little self-contradictory. Don't you think for example. The most common purchases are smoke detectors remote video smart thermostats and connected locks to entrepreneur magazine brands. Don't like to talk about it but incompatibilities the biggest problem with smart home technology installing many devices and platforms lead to the unfortunate realization. That gadgets won't necessarily communicate with each other manufacturers such as amazon design devices made for their propriety platform so that tech often won't work with non amazon systems. Like google chrome google nest apple home or bows market is incentivized to keep ecosystems incompatible a way for companies to thwart rivals consumers are of course to purchase amazon's google's smart home platform instead of buying competing product that practice also defends a proprietary ecosystem from copycats such as cheap knockoffs. We don't want those do it. Owners should carefully consider which platform makes sense long-term as they add speakers televisions and other connected gear to a personal connects collection where possible it may be prudent to buy a single brand to avoid hours of attempted troubleshooting. Cloud boys based vac gadgets are vulnerable to cyber attacks because many unsafely transmit data over the web. Some of these transmissions aren't even necessarily the video cameras not encrypted when sent over the internet cloud hardware is a target for cider. Cyber intrusions says ceo smart home technology firm zara a big advocate of secure home systems. Yeah me to apps and devices will constantly seek permission to access other aps camera microphone connected locks and personal data some. We'll tell users that such permission is essential to personalizing a user's experience. Lets you read the voluminous fine print. It would be difficult to assess the security threats of granting such access. call the manufacturer nasc of. It's possible to opt out of data harvesting recommends entrepreneur dot com. Yeah column manufacturer. Let me know when you're off hold. Won't you and if you like the music if you like the music you here on. Hold what. I buy all of our products. Won't you now ladies gentlemen news of bees. And i haven't i haven't been you know i don't talk about my personal life on this. I haven't been sleeping too well early. Apparently that's a problem. Shared by bees increasingly many common pesticides have long common their fire as you know for their potentially hazardous side effects on humans and wildlife. Now new research suggests they may also be responsible for preventing bees and other insects from enjoying a decent night's sleep humans as well as just about every other living mammal in the planet desperately depend on sleep. Keep their bodies healthy minds alert. I would i Without at the consequences can prove disastrous and even deadly insects are no exception. Some insects can get by without sleep. Butterflies achieved rest by lowering their internal body temperatures each night. Which is a cool thing. But you have to start as a caterpillar. Many insects depend on the rejuvenating power of sleep just as much as human or other mammal experts therefore became concerned when they discovered that many common pesticides which already fallen fallen under heavy scrutiny in recent years for potentially damaging influence on the health of plants and wildlife may come with another unfortunate side effect. They keep insects or they can from falling asleep and a pair of studies published this week in scientific reports by experts from university of bristol. Researchers reveal that neonicotinoids insecticides the most common type used throughout the world can make almost impossible for insect exposed to the pesticide to maintain a regular sleep cycle. Searchers came to this conclusion by Guess watching these not fall asleep. They experimented with bumblebees and fruit. Flies to insects that do rely on sleep the carry out their pollination duties effectively the neo knicks. We tested had a big effect on the amount of sleep taken by both flies and bees said Leader of the studies. If an insect was exposed to similar amount might experience on a farm where the pesticide had been applied at slept less and its daily behavioral rhythms were knocked out of sync with the normal twenty four hour cycle of day and night. Researchers suggest these pesticides can wreak havoc on an insect's ability to sleep not by influencing the ends ex body mind is a terrible thing to influence and researchers at a facility in argentina have found that since the nineteen nineties up to twenty five percent of reported be species are no longer being reported in global records despite large increase in the amount of records available doesn't mean that these species are all extinct might indicate that these species have become rare enough that no one is observing them in nature. The findings appear this week in the journal. One earth. i think that maybe one too many. It's a smart smart smart smart smart world service and and they all sir. Same from new orleans. This lewis show. I mentioned the two voices that have been silenced. This week one by retirement that boys of course the Longtime face of nbc news. Tom brokaw fifty five years living in broadcasting heaven that up to five times seven. That's the time i'd anchor the news in la with co-anchor. Kelly lam wade ran the day clock out of hollywood landed in d. c. lobbed questions at nixon he looked straight at me then to rockefeller plaza of at four. Am on the dot co anchoring with jane pauley and willard scott. The today show was lightweight to put it politely. So soon i'm a tricky. Ohio did to the news. Called nightpartly fly to the hotspots. Do a few live shots than land back in new york still. We'll sprightly. wrote a beloved book about the world war. Two leaders got to tour and lectured to millions of readers two decades along linguistic the anchor post mccain a senior analyst instead of host but one proud constant lingered on appearances taken alive given an alphabet with twenty six graders. I haste twenty-five and the john williams festival continues with news. The olympic movement produced by. Jim ebersol the rescheduled. Tokyo games may have to be held behind closed doors if they're to go ahead and japan this year. That's according to lord cole. Formerly sebastian coe. He's the chief of world athletics. He's confident the games will take place despite a report this week in the times of london suggesting they're going to be canceled. I would love to have fans noisy and passionate. Lord coe told the bbc but if the only way we're going to deliver this behind closed doors. I think everybody's accepting of that he said meanwhile a surge in coronavirus cases has put real pressure on japan to cancel the summer olympics. According to the washington post new pressure came this week. From australia's president prime minister scott morrison skull mao reports suggest in the mood within japan's ruling coalition at turned against holding the games. That was the piece in the times bands in the grip of its most serious corona virus wave tokyo's under a state of emergency. The government is not yet approved a vaccine for use their let alone begun inoculating people. I'm determined to realize a safe insecure tokyo games as proof that mankind will have overcome the virus. Prime minister suge told parliament on friday. Meanwhile senior officials were denying that report in the times of london. Olympics minister of japan said a news conference. Many sports events are already taking place. Globally mid pandemic preparations for a successful games would continue. Sky morrison the australian leaders remarks included this situation japan right now in terms of spread that occurred there more recently. It's quite different to even when i was there in november. He said that prime minister of japan had to put the health and safety of its people. I gibbs prime minister suge greater room to recommend cancellation but the head of australia's olympic committee says the games are definitely on. No one wants to be the first to say so. But the consensus is that it's too difficult. All the gains says an unnamed official in that times report. personally. I think it's going to happen yet but They head of the opposition party in japan. Has it's becoming difficult to hold the gains. An unnamed officials said the prime minister of japan the new one is not emotionally invested in the games hosting the games was his predecessors dream. Not his says. President thomas bach in an interview with kyodo news. This week. We have at the moment. No reason whatsoever to believe that. The games will not open on the twenty third of july in the olympic stadium. In tokyo this is why he says there is no plan b. Last time we heard that a lotta was the iraq war but no this is different. This is the olympics. it's a movement and we all need one every day you can have a movement behind closed doors. I think it's. I don't think that's contradictory news. Corp ladies and gentlemen. James murdoch son of rupert murdoch has castigated the united states media for the toxic politics. Threatening american democracy saying proprietors are as culpable as politicians. Who know the truth but choose instead to propagate lies. This is a a report from the financial times and he continued in a joint statement with his wife. Catherine to rebuke. America's news industry asked whether. Yeah it sounds a little general. Doesn't it little little generic asked whether america's dominant conservative news network fox news had played a role in the riot that rocked washington couple of weeks ago. Murdoch said media groups at amplified election. Disinformation leaving a substantial portion of the public believing a falsehood. The damage he says is during the interview set up to discuss his latest digital venture in india. We'll let up who handle alan. Murdoch did not directly mention fox. News is father who founded it or his brother lachlan. Who runs it. That's nice you got to you. Got to keep the family nice because it's nice corp nice people doing nice things ladies gentlemen of course as you heard the beginning when you heard him singing america the beautiful the other great Voice of american broadcasting silence. This week was that of longtime cnn. Talk show host larry king. I've mentioned on twitter a couple of times. Cnn is done A lot of time this week. Devoted to larry king's life and career failing only metal. They've left a couple things out mainly what he's been doing since He parted ways with cnn. They also don't say whether he resigned. Retired was fired but he's been doing a talk. Show since nineteen th since since two thousand thirteen for another network. Rt russia today to story. But let's let's Not wallow in the recent past. Let's go back and while oh further. I notice song. Yeah i know you do there. We heard that already. But let's as we say move onward into the past. No from the home of larry king live. Here's larry king live with comedy. If a new york city where i'm going to be hosting the meth e leona foundations lingerie for lungs fashion gala. This friday night in los angeles studio an old friend even though we still a youngster and our business and life itself the fabulous thing who became an icon of the nineties is part of superstar. Boy band boyz us. He's been going over the last six years. Dewey gordon dewey. Welcome back to larry king live. Thanks mr life mr king. I hope i'm still mr lie. You always will be on the reruns but it's great to be back with you. We miss you out here. Eight tell the gang of nate. Now's i'll be back before. The coin right gets any taylor. We'll do. That's the place on beverly dewey. You've always been involved in causes. Don't good for others and trying to help you career in that way you got something no cooking. Now yes sir mr king. Thank you for the kind mentioned you know. I think even when you're not getting that much from the public or maybe even especially then that it's still important to give something back. I'm not gonna come on here and kid your audience last couple of cds from dui gordon have been work that i've been very proud of which really been rewarding to me have been the chores over to iraq You woulda first solo ex member of a boy band over at edit. Then i troops don't you. yes sir. I had that privilege i I wish sometimes that there were a lot more of my colleagues who could take time out from dating movie stars and being in the magazines give a little something of themselves but you know maybe if i were in their shoes and and still selling records you know. I'd be doing what they're doing. I i'm i'm not here to judge you. Leave that to the jury dewey on your latest goodwill to a not leaving the country do i got that right. You sure do mr king. They were management issues between my people in the folks running the iraq tours. They wanted free download rights to anything. We perform that were recorded south of baghdad and we said no way and they say whatever they said. Yeah back here you're safe and you're still entertaining the military. It's interesting i'm entertaining. The retired military specifically the retired generals. You know the beginning a lot of attention recently. A lot of flack a lot of press. Could you to get some of that. No sir but you know. These are gentlemen who've given years of service to their country and we thought golly nobody's organizing a show for them. These concerts a what it it runs the whole mou as some of them are concerts where that can be put together in some cases. They're their house parties. Whatever works to bring some folks together pay tribute to however many retired generals may be in a given community and to say whatever your book says or you say about whatever we still just want to thank you and salute you into present an exclusive debut performance of our latest song stars on your shoulders. You're not taking sides and saying this retired generals right and and that one is less right or anything like that. No sir. I mean you know i am in show business. Obviously i get a lot of information from people you know that most people don't see but still i'm had no military expert or anything but you know and it's i know it's not like getting shot up but these guys. They gave twenty or thirty years of their lives. And now they're they're saying things are writing things and other people are saying things and writing things about them and maybe it's time just to take time out and say hey thank you. Yeah and maybe some other folks in the business to busier to whatever. But you know do we gordon. Oh you busy but you're not too busy do we. Gorden is not too busy to care is i guess. What do we try to say. Now you mentioned the song. Yes sir stars on your shoulder i i wrote it and recorded it with the great hip hop producer thug bone. And i'm sorry we couldn't get the video over to you today. But there was a mixup with the guns. Well maybe you could just sing a little bit of it for us archipelago. Well i guess. I'd be glad to mr king stars on your shoulder stealing your stare. You lead follow you do what you and there's just a killer beat track behind it and and some girl great by the way you almost forty years old. You don't gotta call me mr king anymore tomorrow night and important panel on healthcare for liza minnelli dewey. I know if i was a retired general. Having a dui gordon come to entertain me would be pretty special. Well we hope. So larry so far. The response has been amazing. And you'd be surprised. How many retired generals there are out there. How many people in their communities wanna come out and and pay tribute to him. I would be surprised if you told me how many tomorrow the attorney general of a rubel on what he doesn't know about the natalie holloway case and your phone call dewey you gotta come back next time. You're in town. Thanks larry. i live here. The great doing gordon anderson cooper is next from new york good night and now it is gentleman the apologies. The week is so sorry. Well it's not quite los angeles. It's huntington beach california. The mayor there will not quite the mayor. The mayor pro tem. Tito ortiz has apologized after posting a video on his instagram last week. Criticizing tk burgers a restaurant in any good beach. The issue centered around. Ortiz's continued refusal to wear a mask. I'm really emotional. Right now about a lot of things and i apologized. Ortiz said this week. I recanted everything. And that's pretty much. It declined to comment further. He had said last week in his instagram. The k. burgers on pacific coast highway denied him services because he wasn't wearing a mask first time all year. I've actually been forced to wear masks. But i'm not wearing a mask teak burgers you lose by business you lose. Hp's business antennae can beat. I guess he apologized for the video in a facebook post. Say he made a bad decision and the restaurant is favorite burger place in orange county. I let my emotions get the best of me. He said i understand is a small business. I would never want to ruin their business i apologize. Tk burgers for my decision. Oh ortiz is a former professional mixed martial arts. Fighter elected to the city council in november with the most votes in city history and has drawn the ire of community members and fellow city council members for not wearing a mask wonder if we wore masks when with doing mixed martial arts fighting that would be the irony her this from the bbc. We received complaints. That are breaking news. Article initially carried a headline which described phil spector. The late phil spector as a talented but flawed producer. It was published with a headline. The dot did not meet our editorial standards. This was changed within minutes. We also deleted the tweet that had gone automatically with the original headline. We apologize for this error. Our coverage across bbc news has been clear. That phil spector was convicted of murder and had a long history of violence and abuse us. That's flawed magnificently flawed. Spain's tennis federation. This week apologize to tennis australia. After complaining about the treatment of two spanish players in quarantine before next month's australian open more than seventy players have been confined to their rooms after some passengers on the three charter flights that brought to us. Tested possible positive. For the new coronavirus other players other players are able to train for up to five hours a day. We apologize the tennis. Australia tape in at anytime been interpreted as criticism of their working methods. Nothing is further from our intention. The spanish tennis federation said do players not been informed. They would be strictly confined favor on a flight with someone who tested positive regardless of the physical proximity. The intention had been to request the australian open with the utmost respect for their skills. Possibility of exploring safe options for spanish players initiative is based on could face no way calls into question the actions of the australian government or the australian open during open government for the australian olivia jade jia newly as returned from her year long youtube. Hiatus we all mr after meeting her insane. Privilege an apologizing length last month for her role in the college admissions scandal. She's a twenty one year old beauty blogger. Yes and they missed it. Career has been mostly absent from the median medium being youtube since her full house actress. Mom laurie laughlin and fashion designer dad mostly mode yearly were arrested couple years ago in charge alongside dozens of other parents in the national sting. She briefly attempted to return in december of that year but she declined discussed the scandal. Then and reaction was less than supportive this time around. She's already expressed remorse in an extensive interview featured on jada pinkett. Smith's facebook show red table. Tom the thing i wanted to do. The most was apologized for so long. And i felt like i got to do that. At red table generally said in the intro to her new log the basically follows her daily pandemic life. Although i can't change the past. I can change how i act and would i do going forward. I just didn't want anybody to take it the wrong way and seem like i'm being like i went on red table and now my name is cleared. I like no. That's not it but just for my own metal sanity. I don't wanna keep rehashing things. I just want to move on and do better and move forward and come back and do what i love. Which is youtube. She didn't want pity she told pinkett. Smith pinkett smith just a second chance to prove she now understands how wrong it was to pay bribes to get into. Usc is not how everybody gets into us. I speak as a ucla. Grant president biden. This week call the chief of the national guard bureau to apologize. The troops were brought in to protect. The inauguration were ordered to sleep in an unheeded parking garage after they were kicked out of the capital on thursday issue generated controversy in the first days. Mr biden's term. Several governors and members of congress criticized the move even as the reasons for the troops relocation remain. Perky biden apologized. Telephone call with the head of the national guard. Bureau asked what he could do photos of the troupe sleeping on the floor of the parking garage where they had scant toilet facilities and we're breathing in exhaust fumes. Did spark an uproar. They're soldiers. They're not nancy pelosi servants said governor rhonda santa's florida always quick one with a bite soundbite. Only some states troops were left to speak this sleep. In parking garages new jersey officials and ensured that all their troops had hotel rooms to sleep in. And that's new jersey jon. Benet pentagon said most of the nearly twenty five thousand guard troops had helped secure the inauguration. The chief the capitol police said the they had not told the troops to leave the capital except for certain times and occupation day and even then the troops were encouraged to return to the building by two pm. That day. We have no idea would really happened area. The american psychological psychiatric association. Pardon me as issued a formal apology for its past support of structural racism in psychology. Psychiatry the apology coincided with the federal holiday honoring martin luther king we apologize for our role in perpetrating structural racism in this country. We hope to begin making amends for a p. as in psychiatry's history of actions intentional not hurt black indigenous and people of color. The president said in a statement. Pennsylvania legislator has apologized for sharing an image mocking. The appearance of the recently departed state. Health secretary dr. rachel levine. The transgender woman nominated to serve in the biden administration. He said on facebook he had no idea the post mocking levin would be received as poorly as it was and said tens of thousands of heat. Emails assured me it was. I owe an apology. And i often humbly. He said later apologized to all affected. That should cover it. The host of the new york times popular podcast the daily apologize following criticism from listeners. And a number of public radio stations over his handling of criticism of the papers caliphate. Podcast that was the one where it was based on a liar. As part of the times mayor copa in december over the major flaws in the podcast series daily host. Michael barbaro interviewed executive editor dean. Back hey about arizona podcast and what went wrong but privately he did not appear to react will to criticism of the series pressuring some prominent journalists to pull back their criticism. Barbaro said he should not have blocked. Direct message critics. Both of these actions delivered the wrong message. That questions and criticism weren't welcome. I should not have done either. I failed. I'm sorry and bow apologized for taking the stage in a pack nightclub in houston over the weekend in violation of health regulations bowel. Sorry latest gentleman. Those are the apologies of the week. A copyrighted feature this broadcast bowel and already. Sorry tell you that well. The referee called time on this edition of the show program. Returns comes back next week. Same time on these radio stations. Whatever time you want on your audio is a choice your audio device of choice and it would just be like bowel being sorry again. If you degraded. Join me dan. Would you already thank you very much. A typical shop san diego desk pam halston and a tomlin's wallet share. Wwf new orleans for help with today's program the email address for this broadcast your chance to get. Karzai talked t shirts and playlist of music. You hear hear all part of the cornucopia of good digital stuff at harry sheriff com owing me. Thank you for asking. I'm still on twitter. I haven't been blacked out. Yeah the harry here. Stephen century progress productions and originates through the facilities of wwf on your orleans. Flagship station of change is easy. Radio network so long for new orleans.

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Tim Storey, How to Renew Your Mind and Unleash The Miracle Mentality - InnovaBuzz 398

"Welcome to the another bus. Podcast l. job is to help you. Visibility professional credibility and conviction with your ideal client accordingly human at the center of innovative marketing. So you can build and strengthen and engaging enduring relationship with your ideal clients on european strauss from an overpass and honored that. You're here with me if you haven't joined our wonderful marketing. Transformation community yet go to noticeable dot c. o. And collect your free gift has well. Do subscribe to the show and also leave a review. Because it helps avas fondness. Let's get into today's masterclass on this. Podcast i major successes nemo live your life. Don't go through like please. Secondly what is your life assignment. What is your calling you calling calls you when you find your calling. You'll be happy person for mother. Theresa was helping the orphans for nelson. Mandela it was helping his own people. You know nicole kidman an ozzy. She decided to act To me i'm a humanitarian. That's what i do. I'm an artist. Who's a humanitarian. Who happens to help all types of people. so yeah. that's how i define success. Is that you know. Find in fulfill your life's calling welcome back. I hope you've had awesome weeks if you haven't listened yet to my recent conversations with matthew swayze ortho of the context marketing revolution and with paul chapman of the australian turntable company. Then do check them out. But only after you've listened to today's conversation of course now. I'm really excited today to have on the inova. Buzz podcast is my guest team. Story team is an acclaimed speaker. Author and life coach. He's well known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life from entertainment executives celebrities and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the country usa. Tim has traveled to seventy five countries and spoken to millions of people. He often mates privately to council high profile leaders in various industries to most hosts the world. Shaka's video podcast in his new book. The miracle mentality team provides a roadmap to transcend negative thinking and renew your mind leading to a transformed life with more opportunities and deeper meaning in at a scottish today. Tim talk to me about the importance of education observation and meaningful conversation in combination with one another. I love it. We talked about that. We already have always taught us to live a miracle mentality. So tim's blog is more about bringing that out in also and we talked about how to reframe a thinking when there are what you can call the interruptions without further ado. Let's fly into the hive and get the buzz from team story. Hi i'm steven. Strauss from an over biz. And i'm really excited to welcome to the another bus. Podcast die from beverly hills in california. Us i tim story. Here's a speaker. Also a lot coach. And he inspires and motivates people of all walks of life. Him has traveled to seventy five countries. Inspiring millions of people right across the world. Of course he offered mates privately to council hot cross fall leaders in various industries. So welcome to the another bus. Podcast tim it's a real privilege to have here is my guess. What a privilege. And i and i love your name urine. And he was the one i was born. Which or right now some in leslie. Who was a guest on episode three hundred and forty six of the another bus. Podcast suggested that we have a conversation with you. Tim and he introduced To simon yes one of my great friends and we like each other so much we go on vacation with each other. Great it must be some wonderful conversations there then yes now you're about to launch while you've written and and it's so ready to launch i think the new book the miracle mentality which provides a roadmap to transcend negative thinking which is something that i think is really topical right now and it promises to renew your mind lead you to transform block with figure adventures more journey's end deeper meaning some really interested to explore that further. And of course you have another book while you have plenty of books but another one that was really canedo explore further nets from setback the comeback. Because in this time where we've been impacted by the global pandemic and lockdowns and the inability to travel as as we perhaps had in the past They sings a very topical now. Before we get onto those things though. What is it that drives you. And how does that shape what you do today. I think that i really just enjoy life. You know since. I was a little kid. I've always had a skip in my step. You know. I woke up in the morning as a child. I look for two things. I love cereal american. Serial love cartoons. And so my mother describes me as a happy go. Lucky child I was very like my school teachers. Very attentive paid attention. I've always seen a life as being extremely positive. Yeah and and that hasn't changed all through all through you'll know and i've had many many opportunities to change the pattern of my thinking. You know because we all have what i call it life interruptions whether it be your parents get divorced or somebody dies in the family or maybe you're ill even as a child but i found that i had some type of inner bounce back in that no matter what i've faced It was it was it was in me to find a way to bounce back and have been fortunate to do so so in in the miracle mentality. Talk about Three case to drawing out that a strengths and that's the educational civilization conservations. Tell us a little bit more about that. Whole philosophy i hang together and hell at an how we can perhaps nurture and strengthen that yuna resilience. I think you know when you when you decide to name your book. Miracle and taliban i think some people either they really leap towards that title or they shy away because they think that themselves you don't understand i'm living a very muendane life and so you're as i've traveled the world. I've learned that you know. Some people live in this mundane existence. Which is just the day day chores. Which that's part of life you know. We all have mundane things we have to do. But people oftentimes live in what i call the messy side of life. Which is the shovel. And the shoveled in their mind in their family and the finances and their job so the mundane the messy and madness. Which is the chaotic. which is Of the mindset of a lot of people since we've had this pandemic i mean so the three points i talk about is observation conversation so observation conversation and education. I believe that through education that we can get back to the right mindset. Give an example. When i was just eleven years of age mice. Schoolteacher like me a lot any Timmy hi can you stay up to class. I'll never forget. All the little kids were ooh. And so you said you know. I really like your mind and you know you're again this. This was life changing to me. He says. I think you're really. I'd never heard that amount in my wife's and he said because of the way you think. I wanna see your like the checkout one of my private books for my own library and i said i would really like that. I just liked the missouri proper man and he pulled out a briefcase which you don't see too many briefcases today but e- add one back. Then he had three books late across his desk. And i picked up the book by a man named irving stone later met his wife and told her how the book changed. My life. hervey stone wrote a book about the life of michelangelo and as an eleven year. Old as i read that story about the art of michelangelo. The mind Michelangelo and everything that he had to go through to do what he did. Even though we wanna cramp crowded space at home we were lower income my mind expanding so through education through getting that book in understanding. It helped me see on where i was. And that's part of the miracle metallic fessing There's a book that i really enjoy. That sounds like a similar. I haven't read that one. I'll have to go funded. The the one i'm referring to is sink locked da vinci. I think Alzheimer's makoko he. He still alive. And it kind of analyzes the thinking behind only different things that davinci shaved in his law. Guess and it's a fascinating analysis because when you break it down the way he did you say well you know i have those traits i have that mindset icon developed at discipline so and if you take that to its logical conclusion than you can say well. I could do things that. Wbz like that. I think we should go there for a minute. Because i think that sometimes always need is a glimpse of how somebody has. Maybe gone through similar challenges and setbacks life interruptions as us and they found a way through it in out of it. And so i i liked it. I like what you're saying. Because i i am an artist. That's what i am. I am an artist. And what i do. That's high described myself. And so as a young man Raising a family where my mother was limited in education. Sixth grade education were dead. Recall the donut shop. My father limited tenth grade education He passes away a when. I'm ten years of age or accident in a way that was this tragic us going to green light on his way to get my mother food at night. My mother was hungry. She had fed the kids and they were in a good mood and there are certain restaurants that she liked called in the food. When you get it. He's going green light. A man he goes through a red light and hits him and and changes our lives. But i just refuse to live and stay in that tragic time that we were in and books and education was one of my ways out to not just formulate a miracle taliban miracle mentality loose. There's a big difference. I think that everybody thinks oh. He's teaching me how to form a government down note. I i'm i'm telling you it's okay to lose it. Yeah because when many kids not all kids many kids when they really get going man. Their imaginations are very vivid So that's that's a great place to be. Yeah yeah well. I think you point out. Maybe in the book might be. It's in something else that i read that that we all have that imagination as children we come up with ideas. We make up stories. We live in this imagined world that it's not just like a wild idea. It's a whole construct that that we build and and maintain and then at some point in life that ability oh that imagination is educated out of sadat notes. Trying to out of us yet it. You said it right there because what happens. Is that when you have a low ceiling in your home. It could be a physical ceiling and it can be a mental ceiling ceiling of expectations. Where like there's a lot of people's families that they only expect the child to raise a certain level. I've been australia twenty one times so very familiar with some of the dialogue about you know in australia and only go so high and if you go through that place that maybe your motives are not so braids to and we have the toll puppy syndrome so you get down. Yes i dialogue with many many people about this and so what i believe. Is that some people because of this tall poppy syndrome that they had vivid imaginations that we're supposed to take them from an almost life almost means not quite almost finished university. I almost got the right job. I felt better physically mentally emotionally. I almost. I believe that we are created to be utmost. Most god created. I most children and so even know. My location was was in inner city lower income family. I knew some day. I would influence a lot of people in oprah winfrey said. You really knew it. I said i knew that. I knew that i knew she said at what age at ten i really did. I didn't know. Did i would someday live in beverly hills in an elevator in my house. But i didn't know that i was born to do something spectacular and so is every. Listen every listener is born to. Do something spectacular. Yes it's fascinating when you set your mind to i have. How can i sit that free. I guess the question. I have you knew that you were born to have an impact on a lot of lives. How did you then develop the directions i walk. I this this is the direct. This is how i'm going to do that. Because a lot of people have ideas have thoughts and never really get started because they lack some self belief though. I think he really cares about this thing that i know about. How did you get started to identify the direction and the skill set. That would make a difference. Union that's a great question. And so i'm going to actually give our listeners steps on how to do this because i i want everybody to find their beautiful place and life is complicated. Stopped to wear a mass. I'm corentin we have had great friends that have passed a. I've actually conducted funerals for people that have passed. So i this is very serious thing we're going to do with this pandemic in the life challenges so but in the midst of of that life is still supposed to so i think number one the first thing that we need to do to find this miracle mentality and this plan for your life number one you have to weak- you have to wait. I feel like a lot of people are sleepwalking. And that even the pandemic show people sensor shaken by Could be adopted. You may have this. they're not shared. You may app or your husband. Say i'm honey. I'm just not happy your wife. I'm just not having your son saying. I'm moving to the united states. Only sixteen number one. You have to wake up to you have to take inventory. That is something people don't do properly. You need to take inventory of your life. How am i doing mentally. How's how's the clarity my mind. How am i doing physically. How do i really like my job. How am i doing financially. How am i doing with my family. Do i have a life so you wake number two. You take inventory number three. You didn't love this. You got a partner with the right people and the partner with the people is one of the most important parts of these deaths because if you partner with the wrong people most times. They'll take you on a detour to the wrong place. The partnering with the right people has changing. Change the lives of so many of my friends and so you you have to partner with the right people who have the right mindset and the right motives and i'm almost done with this part once you partner with the right people. Then you have to formulate the right plan. And i find that sometimes plan evolves because your partner to the able. That's what happened to me. I started partnering with the right people in the plan begin to evolve. Yeah and and that comes back to education. Observation conversation doesn't have with iraq paypal. You observe what they do. You have conversations with them that helps shape. The plan helps modify the plan. That might be you. Come up with yourself in oscillation and of course you learn a lot. Yeah one hundred. Even in dialoguing. With you for melvin australia but you you said you're you're from germany. Yeah okay so there's so much i can learn from. I mean i've been to germany Probably twenty seven times But i've only got out of the airplane to be to walk on the of germany about five times so i really don't know much about october fest. So if i dialogue with you from just being around you learn about germany. I can learn about. Melvin and say melvin in that melbourne and so there's so much we can learn from this power partnership show. I have been shaped by the people around me as a young person in hollywood. I was around the grapes. Like charlton heston played moses. I was around jack lemmon walter. Matthau elliott gould of adel soon You know that's just unheard of for a young man that came from the inner city then has gifting that some of these people needed for various reasons. And i mean come on. They they help shaping these people in shape and that must be fascinating. I mean you know. They're all names. That must of us would a pretty well on have seen on the big screen in washington movies and perhaps admired for their acting abilities. But behind those behind what we see from a distance of course there are people which i think often gets forgotten particularly when the press get stuck into them for something or allah but there are people that have their their own challenges and their own goals and skills. And can i give you an example. Just real quick. Tony curtis which a lot of young people would not know that is but he was the brad pitt of his day. Young tony curtis was my great friend and we were dialoguing one night and he said tim there were so many times in my life. I just thought i was a simple person. That was going to go nowhere. And you know what that's all of us. We've all been in struggles where we thought. I'm a simple person or maybe even less than it looks like. I'm going nowhere for tony. Curtis to tell me that. And in a but i just stuck with it i stuck with it stuck with it. I stuck with it in begin to get little break after little break in and so. That's what i believe you. I believe that life is a series of small breaks. It's not always one gigantic break. It's a series of small breaks. Your will let the idea of an overnight success whether that in in show business or in other businesses is kind of a fella season as a people. Say the success from the outside but that unseal the hard work. That's gone in and all the setbacks that have gone in on the journey towards that success. Yes and you're gonna ask me about how. I got to know these people because i yes i was had had so. How did you first get involved with celebrities. discovered in that you had this ability to talk to them in a way that opened up opportunities possibilities for them that perhaps i went to the into different place and change their mindset. I really i really believe. There's there's there's a proverb in the bible that says the person who becomes yield had his craft he will serve at the highest level in not be obscure. And so what. I learned early is be good at something he could at something. And let's say if i was good at orbs i try to be the best i could be. That doesn't mean. I was always the best on the team. I i would try to be the best i could be with. That created a pattern. That if i was a dishwasher at a restaurant i became the best that could be a busboy at a restaurant. I was the best that i could be. And so that pattern continued. And when i went to seminary ended up getting a doctrine world religion. I took a lot of classes on therapy and become very good. I getting someone to a crisis. And if they had a setback. I knew how to find ways to get him out. It was a gift but a skill. So then i got mentored by a very famous professor named dr. Helen mendez taught at usc university of southern california in los angeles. It's a prestigious school and she took me for over eighteen years and she helped me to become the comeback coach. Will everybody needs to come back. So my dialogue with these stars was it was their nephew are their knees or someone on their staff or their own child and then they would say to another friend. Oh that's happening to this young person. Got this guy. Tim story and it just began to be people dialoguing. And saying you should get this guy so you know. I'm not great at a lot of things. I'm not a great cook. I'm not great at fixing cars. But i'm i'm good at taking not out of your life with a tight not in your ten shoot. That's my gift. Yeah and and the key point there also is that you work really hard along with mental. So you surrounded yourself with iraq people as you said earlier work really hard on being best. You could be at that one particular thing. Yeah you're in the best. I could be and this is where people need to take pressure off themselves number one. I think being a mother even if you are not working and you're staying at home that's a lot of work. You gotta be really gifted at that. I mean you need a miracle mentality to do that but i. I think that's just as great as to do that. Has been katy perry. I mean if that's what like assignment has been given to right now. Have a miracle mentality as you're raising the children because what what a privilege to raise children if somebody works in the oilfield and that is what your assignment is than do the best. You can have a miracle mentality so this is not about show business. This is not about getting rich. This is about doing your assignment. And i'm telling you i did my assignment as a dishwasher at work just as hard as i am as guy who allegedly is pretty doggone good at what. I'm doing out here in hollywood. Yeah yeah and you said. Take the pressure off. I think one of the things i read about your hood sights on someway was focused on getting better every day so i think think about yeah one of the best at this thing that i'm doing but focused on getting better every day so then that to me that that is such great advice is it doesn't become overwhelming whilst you might have a goal in mind it's taking action every day to move forward like i'll give you an example in in his book i get very open and honest about even things in my life like i battled depression. My father battled depression. My brother battled depression. I battled depression not a deep deep level but at a at a level to wear out of seven days of the week probably three. I wake up feeling good at all. And i discussed this with a famous entertainer. I'll say his name. Smokey robinson and he said tim very very similar for me and he said part of it is because our job is were on stages in your year up he have all that energy and you meet people in the back room and you know people clap for you and you you come down and so i remember. I used to feel bad about myself for years like you know. Come up mr life coach to the stars. You know you're battling you. You're fighting and so i learned you know tim just try to get them. And i started finding different remedies of of waking up in doing my prayer meditation time. I not just checking my emails to find out more of what people wanted from me. Exercise started to play a key role in my life. Also i started to make time for my social life to be around people that i loved not just give out all the time and so i learned to get better. I'm not cured. I may never be cured again. But i'm better and i'm okay with that. I think a philosophy in nlp that says none of us have broken. Yes we've got baggage and and we can work on improving cells but we have all we need inside of the senate and nothing is really broken. Yes soundless you've got physical ailments then could even even there. I was watching something the other day. Where a young young kid. I think he was chain and he had an account remember what the issue was released limbs. He had a serious issue with limbs much said that old fallings had to be amputated. And which took about a setback Now this this kit is now playing basketball. His he is playing wheelchair basketball and he's obviously getting into the news and acting as an inspiration to other. So he's he's a helping others so he's obviously realized. This is my coaling Not only can. I overcome this in still live a relatively normal law Inspire others to design. You're gonna think you would agree that in this case that is a miracle mentality. Hasn't they a miracle. Is something uncommon not normal not the standard supernatural extraordinary. So i think the young man some aero some out He allowed that. Miracle tally to be loosed. But but again. I think this is important that i'm telling the people in this book the miracle mentality. I'm not trying to get you to go get it like like you're trying to find gold. Yeah i'm trying to get you to release it and you say you say he is not there. My parents were the most boring people oslo norway. I traveled the world. And you know what maybe they were but inside you. Talk to psychologists About this they tell me he's a ten year so onto something because even if a child is quiet usually his mind are her mind is soaring somewhere else. So that some people they might less my kids could be wrong with him he. He barely talks. Yeah he's becoming the next einstein. I'm i'm trying to help you to lease your miracle mentality not to go just finding. Yeah that's that's a really important point. Isn't it that we all have things inside of us that perhaps we keep suppressed for one reason or another and a saying. I was reminded of as you're saying that net still waters run. Yes very much so yes horrible. Now you with talked bat you working with celebrities in and changing changing their mentality in some ways when when they're having down those of but have you measure success. I measure success on based on assignments like princes so my mother she taught us. Don't do a hap- blank job. So if she said timmy. Go clean your room. Don't just pick your toys a clean it. Now you're going. I know what that meant. Her standard was super high. So the way. I measure success is number one to live your life not just go through life. I don't buy this thing where everyone sits you know. Life is so short imitate wise. His when i was in school in america kindergarten in you have summertime and yet first grade then you have the summertime then they have the second grade then the summertime then the third grade in the summertime it took me forever to become twenty but the reason for that is i had slowed down to the speed of light fully present fully feeling fully alive. So i'm not. I'm not caught in this rat race. The world has decided to get in. That's not how i do. Life look animated. I am i mean. I've been up since four thirty this morning. And i'm animated and i'll also animated all day. I really will. So have i major successes number one. Libyan dogo please. Secondly what is your life assignment. What is your calling. You're calling calls you when you find your calling. You'll be a happier person. Her mother theresa was helping the orphans for nelson. Mandela was helping his own people. You know nicole kidman an ozzy. She decided to act To me i'm a humanitarian. That's what i i'm an artist who's humanitarian who happens. They'll all types of people. So yeah that's high defined success is at you know. Find in fulfill your life's call. I love it and you said something. They bay fully present. And i think. I think that is so important today because and i'm reminded and i can't remember who said is also stuck in my mind was live. Your dream awake living the dream but they're a slight throw it directly yet in this idea with a lot of dream talk. Nowadays a lot of influencers he used to be like there was like seven. Now the seven billion in has all this fancy stuff. I think that A nate nataly. We know were supposed to do something spectacular. And i use is illustrated. That's why kids a little kid may play with the toys spiderman. What's that man. It's always something super ariffin. People love marvel. You know they like the super. There's something that i said. It wants to be subaru but again. My teacher was super moose. Salt something and little timmy. Story and said hey. Would you like to read one of my books. That was pretty su- sup- ariffin so sometimes it's those things that look like you know. Deeds or actions that are unnoticed. Yeah but i. I would not be tim story. If it wasn't for men and women like that person. Yeah that's that's a really great point yet is unnoticed deeds. And if if you're observant to what's going on around you there's probably a whole heap of is happening every day that you can take advantage of right yes for. I always is absolutely fabulous. Tim i'm just aware of the time. And i think it's a good point to move onto the buzz which is our innovation round. And it's designed to help our audience who are primarily late innovators in their field with some tips from your experience. So i've got four questions. Hopefully your answers will inspire the audience. Uganda something awesome today. If they haven't already got enough inspiration from what we what hi adams. I'm ready for this round right. What's the number one thing you think anyone needs to do to be more innovative. Hasn't they need to be quiet. Be quiet get into a place a piece of place of quiet and what you would download can change your life forever. Yeah i love that. And and i find often that when you working really hard and you take that time out For me it's often going out and and gung for fighter will in my months just focused on that one seeing or scarring on vooc ride on my own and it's just focused being there and switching. Everything else often get you ideas. Yes and i went to this thing. You've done to develop new ideas. Education conversation of. I am a a master at observing people to get to be in the studio with some of the most brilliant recording artists are day and watch how they take an idea in turn it into a masterpiece yes education conversation observation. That shouldn't have surprised me. Wonderful all right now. What's favorite resource of yours. Made the question a little more clear. So do you have a favorite resource use often and it might be people that from what you've been telling me it might be. You know. maybe you rotted. Dari of maybe. It's a book rating right now. I would say music One of the things about my family. i'm black. We had all kinds of music playing in our house. We had james taylor herald king stevie wonder smokey robinson had stevens Things that people would never imagine a black family. That rod stewart the little river band hails from australia birmingham near us story around. Yeah and i've met some of the guys i. I am moved by music. I listen to music every morning. A move by lyrics. Music a move by bob dylan. Music is a huge resource for me. I'm very rhythmic music. Music is a big thing too. Yeah yeah fabulous you. You brought up lots of ninety day that back memories and is going to be songs playing in my handle. Of course her. He had the little river. Band is a little town The next town up the road from us is little river and the story. Goes that the band before that recall the little river bandwidth traveling from the road. Melvin to the coast here and through will buy little reversal the sun until that'd be cool nine prevent. Hey and they they hit it big and I worked with probably the main guy or one of the main guys. I can't say it is by yes. I know a little bit about that band contested. Now what's the best way to cape a climbed on track when you're working with them. I wanna know what's in them. What's what's in. Their soul was in their spirit. Would they feel like they've always wanted to manifest. And i and i call this a person. Has i have a revelation. Secondly they have to have a conviction about that revelation and then the conviction leads to action. So i've never tried to move a client somewhere. I think they should go i. I'm a master pushing people. But what did you think about when you seven. Would you wanna be when you were nine. What did you wanna be when you were thirteen. Who tried to take that away from you. Some a mastered at pushing buttons to her. I watch grown men and women cry in my sessions. Because i'm pushing those buttons and finding who they really are his when you get that revelation and that revelation leads conviction and that conviction leads to action. You are pretty. Much unstoppable love to love to see one of those stations. Or what's the number one thing anyone can do to differentiate themselves I would say number one to realize you are already in your own lane. You are and then to quote someone who we do not know who started this quote has so many. say it you've been born in original. Don't die a copy number one know that you're in your own late number two you're born in original. Don't that copy. Don't anything else but yourself be authentic and number three. Find your authentic expression. See no one. No one else has your tone your walk. Your is your movements. No one else's you. I'm not. I am not trying to be any other inspirational person. A writer or anybody. But but little. Timmy story from compton california. I'm okay with that one and headless. The i love that you're born original guy coffee and yes find inspiration cry. Well tim. This has been absolutely fabulous. No wiccan people. Find out more about you. Find out about your books. Have saving pre order a copy of the miracle mindset and maybe even reach out and say thanks for your share today yet you. The best way is just to go to tim story. Dot com story is s. t. o. r. e. y. kinda like they do in england and then s. t. o. r. e. y. dot com. And i would like them to get. This new book. Took me to an app years to to right and it's it's called the miracle mentality and it's how to release the miracles in your life. I think you'll find it as a beautiful read and Then obviously that will lead them to facebook and instagram. And other things. But you can thank you for allowing me to be on your platform your show. I like your mind the way you think it's a great privilege to have you as my guest. So do you have some potting advice to leave. Listen with today would say this. is that when. you're feeling the sting of your setback. Just life is preparing new. Combat and a lot of us have felt the sting of covid and loss of jobs and a lot of challenges. But just just no it's sting. It's the shock of it. But i believe that something is is changing the atmosphere so look up whole pay attention rise up again. He has. Somebody needs to see you. Rise one more time checklist. Vice and fun. Tim who else should get on this podcast. And why i think that you know there's just so many great Thought leaders Creative people I think you should consider having some people that i work with is a jim jamie shields and what they do. But i'll i'll put you in contact with them. They they do something called eighteen. Summers and the whole idea is it's like we have eighteen summers with our children porn. It is for parents to be fully present fully feeling alive in those eighteen summers and that the the then the idea also is that we all have dysfunction in the i in life so many parents are just trying to fix the dysfunction so that the family will finally have some good moments but they're really good at teaching families on how to have special moments and special times in the midst of growth. Jim and amy shields are fantastic. I've i've interviewed them on several occasions and they do a great job. All over the world will sounds fascinating. That really is a powerful message is at the enjoy. That time with kids. Because i know Elsa in the thirties now. And i sort of think back and think witted let time go to florida saas to Luckily we have fabulous relationship with them. But you know it so easy to overlook that that time flies by very quickly yet so it will send you their information contact. Our office will send him to you. Because they're they're fantastic in all you are. Listening will learn so much from their family dynamic will thanks to rematch him. And thanks so much for sharing your time and your insight sir. Generously with us today of really appreciated. This really learned a lot more about the book. I'm looking forward to the book which publishes the the miracle mindset of the miracle mentality in that's thinking mindset the miracle mentality which publishes early much sir. By the time this episode publishes it will be available and good or encourage everyone to go. Check it out. So thanks again. Tim and i wish you all the best and let's stay in touch. Thank you a privilege. I hope you enjoyed that wonderful. And engaging conversation with him and took something away from his episode. I love the idea that we already have. That miracle mentality inside us and it's very powerful that idea and can be inspiring we embrace it and act upon it. 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The Ocho: Predicting division winners for the 2019 season

Blogging the Boys

35:59 min | 2 years ago

The Ocho: Predicting division winners for the 2019 season

"No no no no what up world welcome to another episode of the show presented to you in partnership as always but sb nation blogging the boys dot com my name are joe joe you know what i mean of course from btv in from right here as you're humble host on the show it is i don't know what it is a it is sometime between now and when i get back from vacation in israel in rome andy a because i love you and i hope you love me a we went ahead and we recorded some episodes in advance to having the cannon a drop a while i was on vacation some fun cowboys discussions some you know nfl discussions a we had an episode we talked about the greatest autographs stories and that you had i'm fairly certain that we already dropped that at one if i stay organized enough before this one so i hope everything's going well for you hope everything's going well and you're alive hope hope you're enjoying your july 'em hopefully you know things are good a this episode recorded waste one of my best friends jimmy john's has now met him in college with friends all throughout college a texas a and m university a fight in texas values class of two thousand twelve thirty and a jimmy and i we talk all the time great friends he's been on the podcast before if you remember the old are joe charges on their lot geneva houston texans fan but we a male figure right now it'll be a good time as we approach training camp to go through an predict some division winners a so jimmy stopped by i end we gave are takes in terms of who we think's going to win each division and why who we think the wildcard teams will be in a we had a lot of fun so hopefully you enjoy hit me up on twitter follow me on the gram are joe joe on both shoot me an email rj donald show at sp the nation dot com if you're so inclined and please make sure to subscribe to the podcast feed give us a rating and write us reviews if you are feeling super generous so i'm gonna go back to vacation you a sit tight end enjoy jimmy just that's not joins us next right here on there and to do and i'm pleased to be joined now by one of my best friends one of your best friend i if i am very incorrectly he's no stranger to show he's no stranger to my life to my phone is always blown up a text messages that mr life advice has had a tie tie a what color issue the shore that day things like that my good friend and fellow fight in texas aggie are houston texans correspondence here on the barbie boys podcast feed on twitter at d jimmy jal and here known to you at jimmy johnson a james goes it's going good morning thank you for everything you've taught me in my life what did you what would you say is the most important thing you taught me how the shave yeah see like it's always great when you're on here because you know we have gas like and will have like some cowboys players and stuff but me in that person are bros you know like you and i we've known each other a i think this little depressing now just giving her age not the word bad friends but like a decade now longer than a decade yeah freshman college it's been a long like a third of my life a third of are live yeah see this is a pet peeve of mine the jimmy does a lot i corrected myself but you will do that all the time so we are the same age and you'll be like oh you know will be talking about anything it'd be like oh when i was in sixth grade dude when you were in sixth grade i wasn't so you can say when we were in sixth grade could you have to be a good storyteller but i'm a selfish person i only think of myself which is why i'm always speaking in that way well well you wanna take this off when you agreed to do this because i told you is you know going on vacation with the wife and family and so i said jimmy i really i need a record some podcast air a drop while i'm literally in another country literally under their side of the world an i said i wanna talk about this i said well you do it you said yeah man i'll do it so you're a good friend drag about that i have my moment as traditional 'em so i don't know what day it is that were dropping this yes i want you to get a i'm feeling a thursday before the new stumped by the nfl on a friday i was actually really asking you to guess vm like the new miracle day like the date not the day of the week but thursday works i'm an old thursday you're gone whatever okay well i'm gonna be gone for two thursdays 'em well not really actually one whole thursday so you know this but anyway i wanna have you on this is a more nfl wide a discussion than the cowboys specific we obviously know the cobb is gonna win the super bowl i think you got that super bowl fifty four tattoo on your ankle but 'em you know match the n m clark slow going there the one but 'em anyway 'em so i wanna talk about we do this a lot you and i in are friendship 'em at i thought why don't we just do it on a podcast we we always you know we've come up with bats in you know wagers and by the way you still haven't paid up on some from freshman year 'em so 'em i i you know we have a a mutually shared notes app on ri phones and we're always updating it you know i i want this you want that whatever and so we need to really put some some who find it division winners this season in the nfl who is going to win each respected division and the two thousand nineteen season in who will be each of the wildcard teams above conferences do you feel mentally equipped to handle of course i do end just for the record rj for over ten years now has not paid out on that bet best for your listeners at home 'em i forgot i think it was the texans cap right then i o n a like a taco bell gift card which is why something like that yeah i think taco bell is involved which is an indicator of the fact that we were in college but anyway 'em so so let's you you pick what what conference you understand what you're you're the gas i'll let you pick well i i know you catered the cowboys fan base let's start off with the nfc boring division the nfc east i'm gonna shock you here on picking the patriots okay 'em james is a huge tom brady fan huge bill bella check is so thrilled that his houston texans employed basically every reject the new england patriots staffer of all time 'em i agree with you i think that the patriots are gonna win the division i don't foresee any other playoff team emerge may have used i don't know if you do but no one could go with that decision do you think 'em i mean i know were picking division winners but so the cowboys play the nfc east macy's is is my point do you think the cowboys win all three non patriots games i sure hope so they should be favored in every one of those games and it would be a tremendous upset if they lost one i will say i a few weeks ago depending on when this comes out i've never time travel like this before but i i wrote about and we had a podcast about on the some five over tony could see us a the most difficult games of the season for the cowboys in the game in new york against the jets what's the one i had as the most difficult among the nfc east at one the patriots i do think that the easiest game is their home maybe they're at home against the dolphins i think this is going to accomplish will play yeah not their team should be a playoff contender should be a winning team even at that it should be a pretty clean sweep of everyone besides the patriots okay so we got past one of the nfc east you're gonna write this and i know that right they're gonna do it why not we always by the way this is a point of contention it's always like a who's gonna write it down in jimmy just volunteer so they got a you got we both got the patch nfc north i will go first i will say i think the pittsburgh steelers got it done i think the pittsburgh steelers find a way i think juju smith schuster i don't know that i'm predicting this but i think she could like leads the league in receiving yards you know i think he could just have this blow up of a season in kind of you know have this james connor effect like remember after the first parts of the season last year is like well levy on bell better head back liquid james connors doing whatever i'm not saying juju smith schuster is gonna be antonio brown but i think he's gonna be successful there and i think the james washington is gonna come on i think ryan switzer but you're gonna come on i think the officers gonna be fine i think they win the division but i think that we get a wildcard team out of that division is well i mean i know a lot of people are gonna lean brown's you know what i'll i'll do it on i was gonna go ravens but and i i really wanna be high see i'll go browns is walk so right off the bat i i'm not a believer andy dalton and the bengals fans like you want hi there i'm also not a believer in the browns yet i know they have all the hype in the world right now i still want more a lot of those chaotic personalities mashing will see what happened i'm not gonna put on there yet i do think the steelers rally around big ben rally around mike tomlin they kind of silence from critics i don't think they're gonna be a great team but i think you know ten win team they clinched the division and i think the ravens take a major step back i think lamar jackson was exposed in the playoff off game i'm not a believer in them i think they kind of miss handle that situation a i think they take a major step back i think the steelers win i'm picking no wildcard team wow okay 'em that's both you we've talked about the ravens a lot in years and you and i and you really don't like lamar jackson wow it's aggressive on decided believer you watch those games play style and he's still running quarterback i don't believe you but actual past threat maybe he develops into it but i just haven't seen it yet i think he takes a step back who would you rather have who you're franchise lamar jackson caroline mind who i guess lamar jackson but that's because i know it's again hey dude will always have the seven overtime winner ls you like we got the rings to prove it so that may be asked me for best game of the year oh by the way i believe the espy's are wednesdays july tenth i'm fairly certain so if this drops on thursday that may have one the sp that gets you know what i'm saying like the whole you know we don't know when it's gonna drop them you know what i mean so well done nicely done on james okay a pilot altogether and that's okay nfc west i imagine you have a wildcard team emerging from here because i think i know you're otherwise cartoon a i think we both in the chiefs are gonna win this right now jimmy is a huge fan but you're also so kind of a low key raiders fan i know another story had a hat longtime ago for the texans existed etcetera etcetera i've seen the phaser pictures from high school they're not great 'em but 'em do you do you see a wildcard team emergency rescue if so is the loss angeles chargers it is elliott chargers it's not gonna be my raiders and it was more than just the hat for the recor but obviously i think the chiefs are still gonna ball out even out tyreek hill even without kareem hunt and that is that if right if he wins right i'm hoping i think we all kind of are honest with ourselves hoping he'd suspended and he's not coming back on you know that stuff unproven technically i guess but pretty bad 'em so i don't think they're gonna have kyri though i don't have green client i don't think patrick mahomes grown score fifty touchdowns this year but he's still gonna fall out i think he's awesome i think they win and i will take the chargers to sneak into the wildcard probably my six seed in the not getting are in the playoffs i've never been high on the chargers or philip rivers for that matter i think the chargers or the sneaky you'll see like the hipster people pick them to win the super bowl or make the super bowl always like that's gonna be the you know we're gonna get all these takes you know in in mid august you know what i mean like on you know i'm talking like the like when he s in doing when the preseason game in tampa or something like that in somebody's gonna be like i tell you what everybody's talking about the chiefs but the chargers were the team that's gonna make it a super bowl out of their 'em i could feel the x coming i well let me be the first the jump on this bandwagon i think the raiders between allow her to come okay i think you are the first forget it you don't even think they make and challenger the division in twenty twenty they're just they're already accepting a wild card i i like pat mahomes okay all right a so you've got the chargers is you're wildcard game do we think this is a separate thing but do we think this is like the last season that john elway's associated with the broncos in a general manager capacity i feel like we both anticipate the broncos being not good again i feel like it's gotta be enough i don't think so i think they're fully now in rebuild mode you know maybe admitted defeat a trading for joe flacco drafting a quarterback i think you kind of you know wilson the leash a little bit on that i think he's got some leeway what will be larger than number of wins pretty oakland raiders in two thousand nineteen or the number of starts for drew lock the denver broncos i think the number of wins the raiders i think they will just go more than any pain and a really like drew lock develop i'm not saying the raiders are gonna go you know eight or nine win i just don't think drew lock is gonna play much okay well that's that so that was a curve ball from it you pick the chargers is that you first of all carson i forgot you don't believing the browns i know you're other while cartoon amc south a we both have the indianapolis colts winning i assume yeah barely a last year texan one by one game over time tightly controversy but ecosystem texans game in their first matchup last year controversial in part that are giving up i mean it was a controversial play call i'd say or decision by frank reich but i think right now there's a lot of turmoil and the texans organization and they don't have it in a officially at least as of right now 'em i think there's a lot of just junk going on in the background in the cold war bottom in the playoffs i think the colts win the division by one or two games over the texans but i do in my other wildcard team see i i think the texans certainly have the talent but i just there is a not a circus element to them but there's there's something weird you know in houston i just i will say i've got the cult's winning and i'm gonna ask you this if i had the you know sort of pick one team that i didn't you know sort of flight another wildcard team that i you know what hey john it will be the tax who's your who's your team in that regard you're seeing that you didn't give a wildcard to but that would be you're next minute see that's difficult i do think be jaguars earning one they're just one season removed from being in the nfc championship and almost winning the patriots annual last year even based on it all kinda hot they did beat again the patriots and you were kind of a believer obviously blake bortles is gonna blake bortles but now they have nick foles it's interesting and we certainly believe nick foles is obviously better the board or anti was also able to carve out or colorado sorts of numbers against the texans defense last year when they played the eagles so nick foles is that kind of wild card and they asked me right is he going to turn that team morale i dunno i think they could be an interesting team maybe just miss out on the playoffs or perhaps sneak in so there you're first men out there my first man out wow so you've even got the jaguars ahead of the browns yeah i do i'm not into the ground right now i'm not convinced okay all right well so then to recap you've got pats steelers she is we both have all three of them actually all have we have the same for division where the quote yeah this brown versus a charter right 'em we both we both had the chargers in search brown's versus texans released the difference there oh profit okay that's are different wow 'em in are first men out mind was the tax and so i'm kind of on board if you're a little bit you are just again not ended the browns are gonna 'em let's do the nfc east yeah that's isn't that kind of weird but that's now a controversial take that oh my god that jimmy guy he's not believing in nebraska how do we find that that's m i mean yeah we living weird times nfc east obviously i've got the cowboys winning the division i know what you're gonna say 'cause or friends but i'm just gonna make the case very quickly they've won the division two of the last three seasons seasons carson wentz is technically injury prone that huge factor involved here the cowboys offense figures to take a significant step forward in two thousand nineteen significant being that it will not have scotland a hand controlling at obviously at the you and i are recording this on the day the zeke elliott is meeting with roger goodell 'em so we don't know what's going to happen from that but i've made the the point on different pods and stuff if he would have been suspended ended this is a different hypothetical tank but if you would it be suspended let's just call it the first three games we could see that is one possibility right three year two games whatever kind of the first three games of the season for the cowboys at home against the giants on the road against the washington redskins at home against the miami dolphins the game i mentioned previously those three extremely winnable games with or without these i think that you're in a much more favorable position to be missions now than you were when he was kind of pulled out from under you in two thousand seventeen so even if they were to lose infer approximately three games and again i've been hypothetical i i would not freak out about it but i just i don't see how they don't win the division i think i think there's i think it's close but i think there's there's so i disagree slightly i think the cowboys making in the wildcard i still think they're eight ten win team just like last year i do think carson wentz can stay healthy long enough for the eagles to win the division i am picking the eagles again i'm taking the cowboys go with a win you'll make a wildcard 'em yeah he is injury prone carson wentz is but there are concerns about possibly being suspended a we did see maybe see that you know the cowboys defense is a little bit bigger doubt by the rams playoffs in the i mean it's a big time for dak prescott right now as specially speakers getting suspended we saw how active last time zeke because suspended in this time and it wasn't great so i think a i'm gonna pick the eagles here but also a on picking the redskins to get that other wildcard spot from taking both of my wildcard from this division i think the redskins were that surprise team that kind of you know no one was expecting make the playoffs a little bit of rg three magic this year end i think it's gonna be an ultra competitive division outsider be giant wow okay so who's the redskins quarterback promotion is it twain haskins good asking dwayne haskins sorry drew haskins is somebody who grew up yeah okay so dwayne haskins skins is the guy looks like a rookie wonder you're okay i i will say i have the udalls there's a lot of cartoon because at this point i mean what they've done is impressive again barring a carson wentz injury because they don't have any calls now i think that there at the very least a playoff caliber team whether that's wild carter division winner remains to be seen it could come down to the two games at the teams play against each other so that will be interesting okay let's move on in you've already burned a wild card spots i have one less girl go yeah 'em if they if she's indiscretions nfc north who wins this division so i'm not a believer in mitch trubisky in the bears coming up at twelve win caesar i know they have that dominant defense i just don't believe any often oh well i'm not gonna bears allama interject quickly they remind me not in the same way but they remind me of the twenty fifteen redskins i know you mentioned the twenty twelve year with rg three but the twenty fifteen redskins edge fans largely won the division that year because tony romo what's her for the entire season i'm not trying a player vision is historian and say oh the cowboys won the division but they certainly would have contender they work contending they beat them on monday night football that year with matt cassel at quarterback fucking sick 'em and so i think the mitchell trubisky the bears benefited from aaron rodgers you know being weak and missing time excetera cyber i agree with you not that i don't believe in mitch i just think that the field field is more prominent the season but i absolutely agree i'm actually gonna pick the packers to win the division i think healthy aaron rodgers and keep in mind bearish such four losses last year one of them against the packers packers in a game where they it kind of hurt aaron rodgers knee is able to come back weeden amazing comeback are up that defense i think the packers win the division what their new coach matt leflore okay 'em i had a take on this division that i told you a recently you did not like i will say before i get to the tape but i'm also gonna pick the packers somewhat reluctantly but i think this is if if i had to pick a division the most slightly division in which all four teams could win i would pick this one i i could see i'm not saying it's like super possible but i could see a path for each of the four teams win this division and i think it's a larger likelihood than any other division i would be on board with that except for the lions i don't believe in them i don't believe the matt stafford having success at this point i don't believe in matt patricia 'em yeah and for that reason i i don't the tape and i you know kirk cousins ethan see in a way in which she can recapture some of his old redskins magic in clinch a playoff spot you see the bears defense team so dominant they make it to the playoffs and win the division obviously fair lauder tons of stuff but i don't believe in the line at all that's fair 'em i mean i disagree i said i agree that believe in them but again if i had the pick you know i i division that you know that has that likelihood could i think sam but maybe the division you would say is fits that mold is the nfc south 'cause obviously the saints the saints in the falcons are a few years removed from being in the super bowl and then you're winning the whole thing a the panthers we have not lots in all their nothing which i'm very excited about 'em certainly have a quarterback that's one interview to force capable of doing it the bucks to really see like that's the thing i think the lions are more capable of winning the nfc north end up fox would be one of the nfc south i don't think either of us has believed in bruce arians that's one of the things that unites us 'em i'm on recor but i think this dude is overrated and i think part of what sort of works there's benefit is that he's cool any curses anyways a cool hat and so people just like gravitate to that i think the saints saints win this division although if i had to pick another team because sometimes it does get a little weird but i so i'm on board with the sciences well i don't think the falcons it's gonna be a playoff team this year i i think matt ryan kind of was a flash in the pan with a couple of great seasons he's had he's always been good but he is rarely great end up i still don't know exactly what's wrong with cam newton i don't know if it's gonna be able to play the whole year i know he's changing his throwing motion now i don't know he's gonna be a hundred percent when the season starts he's gonna be good 'em and that's why didn't take any of them to make the wildcard i do believe in the fan i do believe in drew brees and sean payton and all the young guys they have 'em obviously i'm not a believer in the buccaneers so i think this could be the you're approaching in tampa bay ooh okay that's fair 'em okay so so far we have 'em we both have the cowboys and eagles and we both have the packers winning the nfc north of both of the saints winning the nfc south i'm going to throw a curveball here so i obviously have one wildcard spot last august they have two teams coming out of the nfc west i have the seahawks winning the division and i think the rams the rams are missing the playoffs but i think the rams were in a weird space they have like you said you don't know what what's going on with cam newton the rams have that whatever that qualities like what's going on with todd gurley why wasn't not talked about why wasn't sean mcvay criticize more for what's gonna happen to them like it feels like the muster of last off season glass off seasons like the rams have everybody there goes the super bowl they had this like warriors five to them i don't feel like that setting in i think there's still a good team they find a way to get to the playoffs and i think this is the seahawks division i'm in seahawks are definitely all is gonna be a contender 'em i don't know if i would put them over the rams right now even without todd gurley i think the rams are better team i think you seem drug raw grow each year he's been in the nfl i think sean mcvay greatly helps with jared goff's game a were gonna i guess like i'm assuming tyreek hill won't be playing this i'm tired of the human tog early will not ever being more than eighty percent this year i don't know if we'll ever be the same again we don't know what's wrong with disney is truly if it's worth riotous or something degenerative or you know far words i'm still gonna pick the rams i think mcvay in golf and all those wide receivers i mean obviously that suddenly defense you still get it done i think they win the division in a i'm not a believer in jimmy garoppolo in the diners right now i don't think the cardinals have a chance if you're cuyler murray 'em i think the seahawks finish from that bind way an area that's out of a wildcard there my runner up team for the playoff ooh that you're first team out 'em i think when i first came now in i'm talking about the way the standings will finish not you know like the quality i've created them i actually think and i don't give him a lot of credit often i think the falcons are the like when you look at the standings in the nfc when the season's over i think the falcons the first that's the thing i mean falcon throw is good they always win some games every year but i dunno i dunno if they're above and a five hundred team well 'em okay so then to recap nfc be side rehab i've got the cowboys will get the eagles in the nfc east we both have the packers have the saints i have the seahawks winning the west you have the rams and then wild cards i have the eagles and rams you have the eagles and redskins so to be worth risking sorry sorry 'em yeah so it perfectly clear sure then you have be a you have four of the six teams that were in the playoffs last year the nfc you've from a team standpoint standpoint you replace the chicago bears with the green bay packers and you have replaced the seattle seahawks with the washington redskins digital confident i don't feel confident at all this is my prediction okay well that's good so then be hypothetical with me 'em the teams you pick who's going to the super bowl who is it well i mean you're gonna have to put the patriots embarrassed i hate to say it but you know at this point incheon easy but 'em from the nfc man that's tough a i'm hoping personally we get to see the same spanking from be nfc we did a breeze verse radio super bowl we rarely we rarely the two legendary quarterback match up in the super bowl in recent memory i would agree with that except we gotta peyton breeze super bowl you know like i feel like that gets forgotten bachmann rare but i mean what besides that we haven't seen those two legendary legendary hall of fame quarterback nachos not those but see like again i i agree with this take but the next year we got big ben aaron rodgers you know what i mean like an i don't think this is legendary but the year after that we got you lie brady in both of them will be in the hall of fame again not that you like and while i mean you're a cowboys guy you know how people feel about eli sure are we gonna put him in that legendary a category no i'm just saying to goal jackets that's all that's all my point is a mother my super bowl pick i will go chiefs cowboys 'cause i'm on vacation i don't know what it is and i'm john squirrelly so 'em it'll be cool a any other closing thoughts james before we get out of here i already told you i'm the earliest ones were dead near raiders make one twentyeight wildcard a no that's it on hoping for my houston people that he texans find gm or just find a way to get a deal done jv on it okay hoping all right i'll predict that this clowney have a new deal by july fifteen 'cause i this could well i get back i think i think on the seventeenth i'm not certain time time is is lost its meaning right now you and i but does he get a new deal but a my heart says yeah no i'm saying what is you're producing say that's what we care about i'll go at my prediction being no he did not get a new deal and he plays this one ear and then walks in free agency oh well it's not gonna hurt hurt real bad okay api's one how many games a season eight oh eight yeah i'm not heavily that's got those two rush limbaugh okay jimmy johnson now on twitter he really wants you to follow him on twitter at d janine drought give us one reason why people should follow you on twitter because occasionally i may make you smart i can't and agree with that actually a good at bat follow him on twitter 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645: The Punisher War Journal: S2E6-7

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645: The Punisher War Journal: S2E6-7

"Ladies and gents here we are again. Episode six and seven holy smokes decay and one bad day. It's only way to do. It is to bring the boys back. Here's the time Devon Higgins if anybody remember I stuck my devil mask who Eric Scott Hey. Fbi great idea after this. Let's all go rob a bank together. Might as well what about you Erick Scott except I just did Erik Scott Faulk me? Some and there's and here's one for Jason Johnson Mos- I don't judge but I really can't say that 'cause I'm pretty sure there's GonNa be some judgment on this episode What do you think Sean Shibli? This episode is brought to you by Kimber Firearms Kimber firearms. When you want to nine hundred eleven. That looks like an costumes as a fancy semi custom nineteen eleven but in truth is Shit twos Kimber. Well you can always see who were sponsored by the NRA. And so we're GONNA COME BACK TO MR shively position on the on the cameras as soon as we can. But let's do a little breakdown of both episodes six and seven I've got the text so I'll read it and then we'll start breaking down likes dislikes and things that should left Unnamed so nick is it Castellini develop the photos in order to meet Pelosi neff. Ooh Look at me. I said. Pollution of Pilgrim that big bad cold guy pilgrim. Tracks HIM DOWN AND THREATENS TO Madani to turn over amy and castle after capturing pollution of castle interrogates him wherein the Russians. Explain the that photos. Were supposed to use for blackmail for Senator David Schultz Let's think about that guy for a minute. I think we've met him A closeted homosexual. Who has been groomed into power by his parents? The highly related religious Anderson and Eliza Schultz Frank. Spares pollution has life and tells him to leave the country with his wife and daughter. But pilgrim later finds pollution. And things don't go real well. In fact is it. Looks like a canoe. Meanwhile Russo befriends more veterans from the hoiles Curtis's therapy group and violently beating a tow truck driver kind of starts to convince her by. Hey wait a minute. We can start doing things on our own. Maybe rob a bank. That sounds Kinda Nice Anyway they they meet up And Dr Dumont is starts to come into the mix a little oil then helps one of the veterans learning that Rousseau is meeting with them Russo returns to do Dr Dumont and read his file. He attacks her causing her to stab him in the hand and then kisses her as she reciprocates Okay one bad day real quick. Rousseau and DEMOSS relationship becomes way more sexual Hoyle Castle. Madani tracked down the veterans that have been meeting with Brousseau castle brutally interrogates him and then they after that they find out about the plan robbery castle and Hoyle go after Russo while Madania Mahoney let him know what is what. Rousseau and the gang robbed the payday loan Business but castle confronts him wearing the awesome skull insignia and vest from his nightmares boy. Rousseau is now completely ready for action and we cut their jets. What we think was far from ready for action heels freaking the fuck out. I can't say you're wrong about that. He really he melted down. Also you know the whole pain. It becomes pleasure stuff. That center bite propaganda. That is not truthful. Wasn't he contesting clive? Barker reference in this one. But that's I yeah that was that was definitely off-putting had to fast forward at a little bit. As people walked through the room then whole that whole dynamic of their relationship that completely threw me off because the let me get this straight so he reads Dumont's file on him. Billy does she comes home. He confronts her about it. Physical confrontation sues where she gets tossed onto a desk by her jaw per defenses to finally grabbed the envelope opener stabber in the hand. That constitutes foreplay now. Well you scan the part where she actually went for the gun as I said from the beginning. She's Harley Quinn. She's not whatever the fuck she calls yourself. She is Harley Quinn in. This is one of my two major issues with episode. I know it's it's you have two kinds of trump's psychiatrists either. They fall for their patient. Here we go or they're overly protective and WANNA help which is what they should be doing but dislike. What does this thing to me right out of the episode like Christ here we go well and we knew the writing was on the wall in this from the very first episode. I mean we knew there was one of three ways you can go in. This was one of them and when they've been pointing this way the whole time. Yeah it was such a shallow way of going about it was just like really really. I mean I know. I've been out of the loop on on relationships for a long time. The last I saw that that's not how it gets underway. At least it's not a good foundation and they had done such a good job of showing they desk job of showing there's possibilities for her character right. I mean there was. You know the scars and the window thing. There's a couple of meat things like directions that could have went with I two. They went the easy route. That was certainly a possibility. Mos were they could have had her be a mirror. Opposite Tha Madonna and even more of a foil than she has been so far but well last night. Her and Madani still have a lot of opportunity right but they're going to have to really swing back in a different direction for that to pay off as well as it could of if they hadn't taken this u-turn into downtown trope Ville by having her hook up with Rousseau after they go basically Bashar living room. Part I mean it's not a u-turn is a fairly classic trump. I don't think it's good. I think they fucked us up but eh not unheard of and they had they had potential there with the that you know at least in my mind with all the resources that they that the shelters I keep blanking on the name of this big bads. But they've been able to pool resources out of nowhere they shouldn't have had so I kind of back in my mind was hoping that that's what she was gonna be that. Somehow they had arranged for her to be close to billy so that he could become one of their resources. And Todd the whole loop together. I like that would've been interesting. Yeah where if you have the shelters you see the extent of how far their puppet strings go to include. Somebody like Dumont who seems to be on the outside. Yeah that would have been a lot more interesting than what we've seen so far. Can I talk about the thing that bothered me the absolute most absolutely nothing? This a safe space. I two things one ever has a fucking kimber. Nineteen eleven all right. Okay explain to us why this is an issue. Okay so the nineteen eleven is right. The Quintessential Military American military heavy caliber handgun. Okay it was designed in nineteen eleven and it still in use today. It a very good design Mike. Now a lot of people me included prefer more modern designs like the aging versions but everyone agrees a nine hundred eleven with a really good idea. Okay so in modern time the style is to get really Nice Really Fancy Nineteen Eleven. That is like a very common thing for a firearm collected. Ado they'd have a very customized personalized nineteen eleven. I could go over two to three grant and their brands like rock island. Armory Wilson Combat Daniel Defense Atlas firearms. All of those. We'll build you a two to three thousand dollars. Nine hundred eleven. That will be worth it. But a Frisbee expensive right kimber. On the other hand at one point was a brand on par with the rest of those then he turned into k. Mart well they kept sneeze Neiman. Marcus prices and design but K. Mart internals and now they're generally considered idiot nuance but for some reason ever since John Wick to. They've gotten all their firearms in every movie. Tv show and everything possible now. Who owns the gun in the show? Kurdish has one. Frank has one to be honest with you and I saw everybody's gun as glocks. Now that is showing my ass in the. I don't know I just thought man everybody's got Glock say Look Square to me. Well you're not wrong. A glock SAR like the Default Reich law enforcement firearm NOCA- right so there are incredibly popular incredibly common. So where's our beef but the big thing is like you can tell Glock from a nonglossy if it has an exposed hammer all right. Not all of us are looking for that Sean. Now why is this? Why is this a problem in your mind? Because Curtin Frank like in every other the picture of them they pick correct firearms or choosing correct. I should say reasonable choices for them to okay. I like I like we're going with that okay. So in every other aspect we see them pick like frank uses. Hda Four sixteen right like they picked like quality durable firearm stat. Like would be a reasonable thing for people at their skill and experience to pick right then. They're handguns are firearms. That no one in their right mind. Who had any experience would ever pick which tells me marketing thing? Okay so if I went if I am thinking about this we're going to go straight back to the beginning because I think the beginning of this These episodes is really pretty actually pretty strong. But so you're saying to me as a gun AFICIONADO. There seems to be some money changing hands. That's giving Pepsi versus coke the rights to display their wares. Yeah Okay Gotcha going back to the beginning. I gotta say I was Super Jazz at it was a little weird with the whole pornography and like child pornography thing that always rubs me a little wrong but the fact that frank kind of really does some of the best franking That there is using sawed off shotguns. Not as as guns. But as bludgeoning weapons I thought was fantastic and it actually started to bring me close to the story because I wasn't quite sure about these photos yet and then now actually seeing the developing and seeing how the story why in the world is John Pilgrim even in the mix and I have some new information or new feelings. I should say about John Pilgrim. Well before we get into much into that yet. I mean the beginning of episode. Six very much had that Leon Mathilde feel from the professional And those who are not in the loop on it Leon one thousand nine hundred eighty s movie genre. No Natalie Portman Gary Oldman Luke. Basan directed eight big cult. Movie guaranteed. Go Watch veterans first movie. It was But the dynamic between Frank. Amy where you have frank wanting to do his thing as frank but amy able to. Cantabria lament a little bit you know because obviously with as Franks done bludgeoning this guy though ideas while I'm going to put to the barrel and I'm going to use at least one of them on your face. And Amy talks him out of it but as they're walking out she does go. You know. It's nothing wrong with burning the joint down when you cut them walking out the smoke coming out of the building. I was like okay. I'll let that go and actually the line is. You could always burn the place down if it makes you feel better which yeah nice way to. Pat was my favorite chair. Possibly the whole season the soap for frank to use one of those rounds on the guys because he was aiming to down there. This is. This is like the justice for what he's doing okay. I'll do that. But then you know she talks him out of it makes dimensional and that he will listen to reason and not. Just be the wild bird of medicine that he can this the ones that I thought how he dealt especially we saw how he was a child pornographer in season one. Well I urge me about this section though is that Amy's age. She's apparently plot fluid. Yes because she can stay in there. And the guy looked sadder and goes well obviously. She thinks She's underage. And then ten minutes later we're going to see her walking around like she's a mid twenties waitress in a restaurant and nobody's the why's that sluts. WanNa leave that. I believe that because Amy's whole stick as making herself seem like a young helpless. Ker has that is her whole scam. Right being aggressive or you have to be able to pull off different graphs my one. It's an admittedly a small complain about. It is just how it just feels a little bit too convenient at times. Because he's a grafter automatically going to be able to pull this off. I just she for me. The plot fluidity of it just seems a little bit too convenient and around whole thing as she plays into. The protective instincts of men is our whole thing. Tv Peterle does dates. He doesn't with frank she doesn't with Ogden. That thing she makes yourself seem younger and weaker and big. Strong men are more than happy to believe it into Rambo. The the Inter apart and talk about the relationship between the Franken Amy. Though I've mentioned before that I really liked the fact that she plays the micro part intoning frank down and I think this episode is a really good job of showing her Referencing and calling back to Frank's daughter and getting him to talk about his daughter and their relationship as a way to tone him down that bit. I did like alive on the bench in front of the school. Yeah yes he does a couple of times. Yeah Yeah Her. Ability to be able to read frank and figure it out and again. This goes back even to the three card. Monte we saw in the last episodes we did which I again. I've really liked. Is that. Yeah you're right Jason. That she's able to get in. Underneath that exterior that frank always walks around with and is able not necessarily to manipulate them but to be able to steer them in the same way. The micro didn't season what. I totally agree with that. Even back when they're in the. Franks whatever rent a U. Haul cabin whatever trailer trailer. Showed him how to you know they're talking and he he's showing how to do self defense. Which maybe foreshadowing later. We'll see you know. They start talking about his daughter. Did you show your daughter? You know? He's like Barry. But the good bonding time. Yeah I when I was watching this and some news as recently popped out and as news often does especially surrounding these external mc you members you know supposedly were supposed to see a punisher in the cinematic universe and these nuggets especially on the bench in the caravan those felt very barren thal cinematic to me and like where I was like. This might be what it would look like sort of in some capacity this what the punisher film might look like. Yeah I can see that I mean regardless of what Disney does going forward with the. Mc You now that Netflix doesn't have the leash on it. You know you would hope that. Somebody like Barron. Paul has played his way into at least a fair shot of continuing to be frank. Yup It's not like he did anything to completely undercut or toll pedo his chances of being it again because I you know I think we all agree that he's easily one of if not the best representation of the punisher that at least I've seen So yeah I mean I. I love to see if they do it going forward in the U. or in a TV variation of the show is that they're doing if we see the punisher again. If it's John Birth all signed me up. Give me the time I will be there. I'll be locked in and if it is hopefully we won't get the story again they. They've learned that. Hopefully that would be nice since we didn't get the origin story. Really in this one in the Netflix series. Even going back season one yes they. They weighed heavily on in season one. But we didn't get the prototypical origin story that we see in all these comic book movies. We didn't get the Spidey version of it for sure. So they don't have T- retread all that which which helps even more. It would be interesting to see him. Well this goes back to Polish couple statements and again this goes back to the whole when this was released and things that were said the punisher. He's frank says I don't deal with Russians which I thought was interesting maybe timely depending on your politics and to have him wage his own personal Cold War I think would be a super cool plot point but again I think you have to have a micro involved again. I won't I won't have a day or the way just a point of interest. The current run of Punisher Comics. That ended just this week was called. Punisher Soviet about him dealing with that whole thing see they steal my ideas all the time well and even if they went in a different direction for micro the one that I would definitely hope that that would be still involved. His Carter is curtis is the frigate man. Yes he's like the voice of Sanity through this whole season actually through last season. Two He is there. There's just which is it's refreshing to have him there because somebody has to be the voice of reason it although it's funny because he actually says I'm the crazy one. That GETS INBETWEEN. Billy in this particular case between billy and frank and that whole scene where the shakedown of Billy's Guy The Cranky And why why is Curtis? They're like as I was thinking like. You're ruining your whole group because you basically flipped on the sky and it paid off because Curtis. I'm here because I'm going to help you. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA heal you but I'm gonNa tell you why Rousseau is bad. Frank needs a good Madani. Curtis is the best person in this series because he's not idealistic right. He carries a gun. Although it's a kimber into his SOUP PICTURE GRANDMA. He's still helping. He is the only person going into this with his eyes. Wide Open intending to help. But he knows you know billy's after or could be after that does disturb later and which is the guy has the pistol. Yeah which didn't help. He's not a moron that case but he still like. He's he's realistic. He's easy released well. And even when you get to the end of episode six. Were they all meet up at the at the group or I guess the the Office for wherever it is they in a meeting up. And it's with Donny. Curtis and frank those and and you have Madani sitting here. Yelling at Frank Franks go back and Madonna and who's the one that basically just says both shut up and sit down because we have to figure this crap out it's curtis he's not interested in hearing all the blunderbuss? It's here's the deal. Billy is out there. We gotTa Stop Him. How are we going to do it? Because he's the one that stays. He's the one that stays focused on it. When they're in an interview with Jake because Madani Post Frank out while they're distracted. The Curtis gets the job done well and there's even points where Madani. Ucr glance over at Curtis going. Aren't you going to do something after he'd k? Bars Jake through the hand. You know doesn't flinch. Because he knows what frank is and he knows what he's doing he doesn't necessarily approve of it. But it's here's a job. Here's what we need to do if this means we gotta get there this way than frank's got to do it his way if that means they've got a patch them up afterwards. I'll patch them up because that's what I do. But after after they get pulled out of the room he does basically fix the situation he does you know fixed the guy up and look. Here's what's going on come on just. GonNa to end. Let's just please. And then you know he. He gives up. Billy's guys are and I think it had it been if hasn't been anybody else but curtis like if Frank had courtesy pulled frank out of the room and Madonna had been the one to try and do it that one to work but it's curtis being who he is and understanding how he can weigh both sides of it both from Jake's perspective and Franks Perspective Jason. Look good why the hell you doing this. Why didn't sell you out if you got your own ass into this? You're going to have to get out of it. But here's the deal. You've walked right in the middle of the biggest grudge match. You never heard of an. You've got a problem so you can either tell this guy what he wants or this is the start of it and there's a little lean not a lot. I can do to square the circle. You're going you know and frank you know the way in which Barrandov plays frank and especially in interogations I. I get very emotionally stirred. There is that like I wanna see him come out and just like wreck. A person at the same time like I'm conflicted. I don't necessarily want that but I do want it. It's a I think it's like the John Wick. Philosophy is like you WanNa see all this thing happened but then you realize man. There's a lot of people that died in all of this but he does that does that does it square with anyone absolutely. It's it's the way the you know you want your you know we. We watched the show because we won't excitement and entertainment but at the same time you look. We get emotionally invested in characters like frank especially as many seasons as we've seen him through at this point and we don't want we know the consequences right. We know what's going to come if he continues down the path and it's that that fear of going too far yup well and if you think season one with the he goes after Rawlins remember you know he just goes completely off the chain on that both when they were back in Canada heart and at the end when he finally Rawlins down. Yes you know. We've seen frank fully capable and fully justified in doing that. But you go back to the start of episode six. When he's dealing with the the kiddie porn photographer. I don't think anybody would have bat an an eye again. If he unloaded both barrels shotgun wherever he wanted to him. But it's the the way burns saw plays him to your point. Most of that. You know that line is right there. Waiting to be crossed. But he's got enough for straight in enough. I don't want to say discipline but the rather than going full punisher all the time and can Sicily cranking up to eleven saving it for what he really needs it like when he's in go back to the Jim with the Russians. Yes that's frank off the chain Daredevil when he's in jail and he goes through all those inmates that's him off the chain we know that's always there that option is always there but instead of getting the slow boil in having him. You know and look at it. Jake going okay. Well you know you're an army guy so you know what this is going to be all about the only problem is I've read that say manual kid and ain't GonNa work on me whatever you do almost this idea of experience like if I've been through these emotional journeys enough times I can see things. People can't nor- normally see when everybody's pumped full of Cortisol and can't like control their limbs I can. At least I don't have to go to eleven. I can five. Mb extremely convincing. Yeah well have you guys allred V for Vendetta Yup Yup so the moral of either data is if you behave like monce if you behave monstrously. You're going to end up with monsters and people behaves monstrously. The ended up with Frank. Who's a monster? Right and frank is a weapon. He's like he's like the nuclear option. He is the biggest weapon right and he's being held back by Rachel by Madani right whenever he's given permission to just be himself. You get the prison seen right so a lot of it is about like the moral quandaries for a lot of the other characters are do. Do I give frank the go ahead to do what frank does? Because this is gonNA Sound Weird. But Frank is probably the most cure of motive and heart character. I raised in dead that Flex Universe right as what he is. He has very little internal conflict. We even hear him explain that in the conversation has Madani and Curtis in the at the group where he keeps pressing. Madani saying. Look if you want me to put him down I will put him down. You know I will do it because it needs to be done. I will do it and I won't care the fact that they want him to do it and they think that it's easy for him to to just go ahead and say sure it's easier for him to let billy suffer. That's his whole point. That's the point. He's had with Madani this whole season but it's also key pushes Madani and says look if you want him you want him dead this whole time. Why did you go and visit him if you didn't want him dead if you want him dead and I will do it because you don't have the stones to do it you know? He's he's pushing his Madani for that. He's pushed against amy for that when he was teaching her to shoot and how to disarm him. It's you have the gun from a guy who just tried to use it on. What are you going to do? And he keeps pushing her until she finally you get click what he pulls the trigger but she doesn't like it but he's like that's what you do and he knows it so instinctively that it's like. Yup. That's my whole reason for for wanting to get this done. Oh by the way something that also kind of pissed me off. He taught her how to disarm Agai. Right that is like super secret. Squirrel Special Forces veins right. Even most soldiers. Police officers couldn't pull that off in the real world that is like one of the most advanced moves like you can have like the joint shake to take a gun out of someone's hand in usually against him that that does not happen in real life. Well let me. Let me play devil's advocate. If I'm frank and I need somebody to potentially cover my back. I'm going to give them the best information unpracticed information. I mean granted. I mean she literally did that one or two times and I don't think that makes you good at something. Checkoff this army though. She'll use it later. Yes okay that I get even at the whole that whole maneuver a good move. But it presupposes basically like like a full training in martial arts being able to use your hip as a lever. That's what I'm saying like. This is a unpracticed thing. It's completely out of her wheelhouse but it looks cool on TV. Abs- right along TV and given the situation it's not like frank has the time or the energy start at the beginning of the manual and go. Okay let's get to hear when with the stakes are as they are well. He was kind of my philosophy. Lake Number Independent Stave Original Independence Day movie. You're right and where Jeff Goldblum hacked into a alien spaceship with Wall Street back booked. Crime Wall Street powerbook right but that movie was not inviting criticism on its technical proficiency. I it was making. No claims was at all realistic right. Punish making clamps. Why punish is all about the versatility? You'd of the violence. Which is why I dug it harsher. When it comes to stuff like that Gotcha and I. It does kind of just you know. She's not good with weapons so that's why he says when they're in the trailer you know if somebody comes to the door and doesn't say your name just use the shotgun basically it you know. There's no skill just pointed in direction and you hit everybody. Hey speaking of cool factor in cool under pressure okay. I have gone on record very early on in in our series together. Saying I don't understand John Pilgrim. I in fact I will go on record to say even at episode seven. I still don't necessarily understand. John Pilgrim however I think first off the hit wet. Madani saw him and recognized that he was following her. That is a plot contrivances at best. However that said I think the interaction between he and Madani made me enjoy his role as a villain more the way in which he was very cool very calm almost and I don't know how well they'll track very deniro like there's an in Neil McCauley heat. There's a flip side to that coin. And that I've been through a lot of things just like your buddy has and so the stress and these types of things or gun in my face doesn't have the same impact as a normal person. My one bone of contention with that exchange. Was it in. I'd forgotten that that had happened. And then as soon as a dead I wait wait a minute. Two episodes earlier she shoots Mahoney. Three times is cheers a board creek. Yes Okay and he's wearing body armor. She turns around and sees pilgrim and doesn't put him down now. You could argue. You would be convincing one to an extent of because she had reacted the way she did with. Mahoney that she's going to be a little bit more reluctant to pull the trigger on somebody especially on an open New York Street in broad daylight. What she this is still a situation of she knows a guy tailing her and understands to an extent what he represents and she flinches well she originally thought when she when she shot Mahoney. She thought she was in the House with possibly probably were billy was whereas this was just a person on the street. She didn't really wasn't expecting billy. And so that's I'm putting billy as the differentiator there If she has no clue who this guy is at this point right to some guys stalking from from her diner remember. That didn't see him during the shootout of the jail when she was coming on the helicopter he didn't see him. Frank explain them to her. You might know who he is but not. Maybe that doesn't have his face. I was like well. They're two completely different situations right. Madani entering the crime scene weapon drawn and startled is very different than her breakfast and Casing Guy Down Right I will say that I agree with you. On the pilgrim thing. We're all struggle within the the the the ability rightly. There's no backstory there. That makes I know he's got tattoos. But there's no backstory there to make you think he's in the League of Billy and frank and Curtis or any of these guys and he's trump struggle. Yeah he's well I mean but but what in his backstory is supposed to make you think he's got the skill set to hang with these guys and that's that's absolutely you're absolutely right and there's nothing scary about him because you don't have that factor no and and when you have the conversation between. Pelosi and frank and expect frank to kill him and he does and as he walks away and I thought this was a telling point where you know Pelosi thanks. Frank and frank looks back and says. I didn't do it for you but then you go later on as they come out of the elevator. Who's standing there? John Pilgrim and it's like and the wholly a newly risen. He doesn't kill him. Is the mirror. Mirroring of the scene. With amy and frank and talking about his kids yes. I mean that's what I took from it. Yeah okay because as soon as he references his daughter that sparked frank also going back to Megani issue. Let me ask you a question. What happens if bad guys kill Rachel? Yeah I see her as in in the situation yeah at at episode seven she would be I mean cal. I only was collateral damage. But more of okay. She was with Frank. What happens if they killed? Frank shows over but yeah that would be the first. What happens if they kill my donny? Pucci dies on the way back to his home planet. Basically yeah the Madani. They're going to have the fire and fury up there. S I don't know though that's that Madani's the conversations with the C. i. a. and it seems like the guy wants nothing more than to brush this all and flatten it. And so I don't even know if a Madonna kill would necessarily bring bring the full wrath well even for Madonna character in this stuck out to me from when they flash back to when she's in the hospital after she got shot and billy got taken down and we had that moment where she's being debriefed in. Burien is there in the room with her With the JAG. Who has taken the statement and basically she you get the understanding of where Madani had to draw the line and basically what she had swallowed to be able to get everything done at the end of season one and it was the whole idea that this all came about because she slept with billy and that's what caused her former partner to die. That's what almost caused her to die. This is a whole bunch of people to die and she had to be told. Yeah that's the story we're going with and if you want to get where you want to go you have to play along with it and I could not help listen to that going. No wonder she so pissed off if I were and I had the choke on that I'd be pissed too and rightfully so because it puts her in such a terrible position of having to assume the responsibility for all of that because to an extent she got manipulated by billy but she has to be the fall guy for it. I'm like damn that is harsh that that to be was really harsh. And I'm glad it didn't have that in season one but it explains so much about where Madani was starting from in-season to And where we why we've seen her teetering so much from then till now. I don't remember brokers on billy I don't remember ever being shot in the head on the carousel. Yeah I just didn't remember it and obviously episode. I believe six showed me that three or four times in a row for she will. I did have to think of though. I did laugh a little bit when they had that flashback of her getting shot and her head going back thinking just behind. The curtain of how many takes did that require film. How many swigs? And how many times did she have to sit there and do that before neck was like I need to stop? You know. It's a split second what's wrong? I was like Kat. Do it again do it again? I think there's a lot of stories going on in this season and I'm I'm waiting for the clarity. I think it will happen. But it scares me in this kind of bridging kind of six and seven arc. Where it's Kinda Primor primarily billy and Kinda primarily. Well it's not really frank. I mean these. Are Those the the bridge words? Like eight frank is kind of a part of these episodes but not a primary focus. Well here's when accounts here's one aspect of the plot that that also really struck me was the whole thing around the photographs. You know once we understand what those photographs are and what how. Pollution of explains the value of them. Because it's the Schultz's kid it's as their son and he's a romantic relationship with another man. Now bear in mind. This season came out a year ago. Yes do you think they could have gotten away with this plot line if season to come out this year? Is this election with Sada candidates who were involved specifically if they try to if they try to play this out in the Post Pete. Buddha J.J AMERICA. That we have now not cast aspersions that anyway in regards that it's just what it is. Do you think they could have gotten away with that story? Line now or would it have had the same potential impact. That's implied well if they done it this year instead of last year. I don't think they could have. I think they would have. I think the different angle blackmailing a politician. Because of their sexual proclivities goes back to the Godfather. Like it's something that happens all the damn time. does but the Godfather was fifty years. I wasn't that Adjusted Godfather. Part of me wants to say what if if it did come out would be but a judge still be in the election race. That's my quantel. I mean that is the you know you go a lot of different ways. Whether in in the conjecture can go out the door now around the block but my my thought on that was because I having gone a year between seen season to an underst- reliving the full plot threads from there to now and get into his part Dole eight. It just struck me as one where I was like. What if they could hold that off now just given the reaction because when you think about the reaction that scene to punish your guy in and of itself for what it was for punisher as a whole as a net flicks marvel property guide for the elements that were involved in it. I think as you kind of said not. Not Judging way or the other no aspersions but I think if you focus on it more of the exposing a lie as opposed to the activities right or wrong the fact that he was not up front about it makes the the political candidly trustworthy and political candidate. Candy you can still take that. Included gauge was drawing. His power from the Bible Belt was not drying is power from Bible. Church nobody was from South Bend. Indiana which Ben Too? Yeah but Bennett there by it was just one where. I'm just thinking about how he might. My point in this was just trying to you. Know thinking about how what the you know. Give the social media reaction to what punisher season two was last year and what it would have been twelve months later with everything that's transpired. Culturally and socially and social politically in those twelve months. I'm just I would have been really really curious to see how it would have been received. What difference at twelve months might have made? Yeah because it's only applies just because of the situation where his parents are the outright alter legitimate fundamentalist kind of people? So that's why it's a scandal if he came out and said Hi. I'm gay now would care right. I mean it. Just because he's tied to a family with their power structure in their wealth and their influence tied to that side of things. That's why it's a big deal again. We're we're purely conjecture on this. It's just one of those elements date when I watched it last year. I hadn't even thought about it but given what has transpired since a destruct me something where I was like man I that would have been an interesting response to have to have witnessed. Yeah especially given how quick social media turns on a dime yeah good bad indifferent towards everything nowadays even more so than it did last year with all of our Hashtag. Whoa kness again take good from that? What you will just how what that would have been. A flashpoint. Would've been something that people would have been gone more interest. I'm just something that was really curious about. And whole thing is like the punishers exciting for. Let's say for right now for the sake of this. This argument the five US right now. We we like the punisher. I think we all can can firmly say that I still feel. I think I've said this but I'm going to you know Kinda pounding. The ground this season was it felt like it was suppressed. It felt like there was not there was off of you know a few advertisements here and there but for the most part the punisher doesn't get an and maybe this is an an rnd and marketing thing. You can't really market the punisher. It's it's a hard thing to to to market It's the punisher. Has its own fan base and you know there are certain things that will fly. There are certain things that won't fly but it felt it felt like this season is like even even start with punisher season. One was like a huge leap for people. Right what I mean. Would you think about the punisher and I can say this because I was listening to the songs I was driving around this morning. I keep thinking back to a line from of all things. Alice's restaurant of I WANNA see blood and Gore and guts and veins in Matisse. You know that's what we associate with the punisher. That's Franks world. That's his IRV. That's everything that we understand him to be at the base level. It's he goes out and kills people the most grisly way possible and the people who liked that sort of thing. Go Away what you don't expect to get in a Frank Castle. Story is any sort of potential. Social commentary political commentary. Stuff like that. They have to be a little bit more nuanced about it or go about it in a different way but they injected a little bit in season two even so far is trying to get frank to understand just a different relationship dynamic going back to the first episode with Beth and being around a single mom with a cave you know. We hadn't had that in season one. And that's something you usually expect to see in a Frank Castle story either. Because he's too busy out. Killing mobsters rushing gangsters or whoever you know but they have the liberty to be able to go in those directions and yet it may be not what the hard core audience is expecting or what the people who look at Franken go. Oh well he's just this and say well you know that's they? They underplayed the expectations to an extent by subduing it. It actually allows us to go in different directions with the characters. What the story what the development of the characters and can help flesh it out in different directions which makes or three-dimensional which we need a three dimensional frank castle because a one-dimensional. Frank Castle is Boring Frank Castle. That just goes around and turns people into pulp on again. Unless that's exactly what you're looking for. And there's a million pieces of media out there that can cater to that gets boring to. We need to have different variations of that to be able to make Franks World War interesting. Let me throw a slightly side note and this is just from you know in a inevitably talk guns. We've already talked guns but we talk gun. Safety thinks that things of this nature. I was never really brought up in a gun. Culture Dad had guns but they were mostly for pistol shooting for target shooting. That kind of thing. Nothing to the idea of like is what we're going to defend our home with however when my son did a project about He wanted to be at that time he wanted to be a cop and we were we went and had Kind of a shooting lesson with a couple of friends of mine that were former marines. One thing that I notice more than ever and this means like Jack Squat to most people but for example when billy and and the crew knock over the check cashing store as I have learned an understood. You never put your weapon am saying weapon in this case In line with another person you never point it at to create like you know. It's not an extension of your mannerisms. Does that make sense? Yup You're actually hitting upon what's probably migrate. Its biggest gripe about these two episodes shoe because the I think you can talk to this far better than I can sure like. You said there are several rules at your tie. Yeah when you take basic gun safety you know. I was raised with them things like that. You know there's things like the gun is always loaded. Right always a treat. A gun is if it's loaded Never shooting never point a gun. Anything not willing to shoot. And that's exactly the one that you're getting to hear because they're they're not gonNA over the store. One of the artists were calling him his crew right. Billy's crew of veterans makes a comment. Billy agrees with him. He agrees with him by pointing a gun at him. And kinda gesturing with it. And I just had to stop and be like wait a minute you know. We're not watching John Wig but at the same time that these guys should have enough of a basic understanding. Not these guys. They're not criminals to begin with right now but we were soldiers but that's an knocks me out of the realism. Better right. Exactly you know I keep thinking back to a line. I keep thinking back to a line from the making of the movie aliens. The interview. The actor who played sergeant a phone and he was a former drill sergeant. He was a marine. He knew how it works and he always talked about how when he was on set. The drilled it literally drilled it into everybody else who he who played a marine with him. If you put your trigger if you put your finger on the trigger I'm going to stick the down your throat. Why because I was trained to do it because from a military stereotype not various lessening gun. Safety are what's called the four laws of gun safety by number one? All guns are always loaded unless you yourself verified. They're not number two. Do not put your finger on the trigger until you are ready to shoot number three. Do not train your barrel on anything or anyone. You are not willing to destroy number four. Be Aware of your target. And what's behind it by training his barrel on them that he was willing to kill them. So do we take that as that? Billy these guys as expendable now that I'm taking everything you guys have just said and and and putting it and I'm I'm I'm putting a lot of leeway on the writing and saying that this is a character moment verses this is just just bad acting in a sense bad physical acting Is it possible? It is is plans gone so wrong because the shop owner is not having. She's like go ahead. I'm not gonNA open a door or Grenadian here won't fit. She's like I ain't open door. You're full of crap leave because I saw that is comical. Moment he's lost at his plans falling apart. He's lost it. He's he's not control the situation. And he's I buy into that Eric completely I will I will. I will buy that Hook Line sinker but I'm not sure candidate except that. I like that better than my problem with the episode. So now airing grievances. This whole thing is my biggest annoyance of these two episodes. Oh wait a minute. Hold the phone Eric. He has a four all right. So you know we have the scene where the the one guy who lives in his car and cars being towed. They all rush out and basically things get a little out of hand and they beat the tow truck driver up and get the guy's car which okay that's great there. Stick up further fellow soldier. Their fellow American friend. Great again the problem with that and the one guys like you know. Hey that worked out. Great we shall. We shall be like you know private security or something like no. You know what we should do. We should rob banks like well. What are you kidding me? They did skip a few levels. So you're saying so you know it goes from like tow truck goes from like assault and battery to. Hey maybe we should do like private security. You know a nice thing to screw it. Let's go right to robbing banks. Why does billy have no business acumen after getting Scraped up by mirror. He was a business owner correct. He ran a security company. But yeah that's a private security great. I know all about that. That's a great idea. Let's go for that. I grew it. He even mentions that to Dumont whereas they're talking as he's leaving her. You know back before all this happened. I had my own company. I don't I don't remember it but apparently I had all this stuff and I knew what I was doing. And he's gone from that to to. Yeah let's let's be part of our stick up crew. Does he know frank. I know because at the end when Franks in the punisher outfit. And he sees the vest. He starts basically flipping out his dream. His nightmares there so he to me. That means he's still had no clue what really happened until right. Then it's like Oh my God. He doesn't a guy he knows enough to brace him from before they own. Here's remember remember is frank as his brother and trend. But he has no idea that frank was to one or even killed frank's family either so either and when. Ed Correct me if I'm wrong on this for white he holds up. Curtis doesn't he at one point. We says you know you seem kind of I feel like I know you and based on what I think I know of you. We were cool something to that effect. Which is why he doesn't shoot him. I think you're correct. Because it's it's that semi reflexive impulse of I look at you and I. Can you know the threat analysis in my head is? You're not a threat to a pardon me saying to anyway but I'm not going with it right now. But what he sees when he sees the punisher vast. All bets are off right. Okay that makes sense. I thought together what happened to him and he doesn't understand now. Things are finally coming into focus and with all the negatives we've had about this episode. I will say that that that inning seen the way that it Kinda did. The sensory deprivation thing was was one of my favorite parts of the season. If they hadn't done it already with Madani I would have bought into it a lot harder. But I guess in that way. Moe's it's varying degrees of trauma you know. We have Madonna's version of it and now we see Billy's version of an to an extent we had Dumont's version of after billy leaves remember. She goes to the window and she has that same issue that we've seen before when she goes to the window as she watches him. Leave so we see three different variations of it and yet it may be slightly rehashed with Billie but I don't think we've seen it cranked up quite as high as we're seeing it now and now that he realizes the WHO've the skull is because it didn't feel like he recognized frank. He was just enamored with the skull. Well Yeah I mean you go back to the the journal that was full of them all sudden you see a guy walking out there. And he's got it on his chest. You know that completely would throw anybody off. I think in in in a similar situation get out again. It's the skulls. What got you where you are? And what's Mr Life up and ruined your life and now there. It is right in front of you right. It's the full immersion in. What does your. How does your body respond to it of the thing that traumatized you is sitting standing fifty feet away from you? You clear as day. How do you respond to you? Instantly react as we expect to or do you freeze up at Billy's first was to freeze and that. I don't think that is as far as character goes. That's nothing that is unaware Ganic to him because again that's something that's very common in any sort of of psychotherapy with PTSD or or even bodily injury. Where when you confront the thing that hurt you or the person who hurt you. You have two options you can either go right at them or you freeze up until because your anxiety immediately kicks in and your brain is going a mile a minute and it can't process the fact that it is right there in front of you enough for your body to respond with it that that's base psychological reaction right there. I did like how the end of this episode worked like it was almost like mid action which was like kind of exciting and more and more as I think about the episode thinking myself. You know these are all paramount. Actually nine paramilitary. They were all military Assets but I thought I was like man it's a check cashing place and they have an overwatch sniper involved it that seemed. I'm going to say a little bit of overkill. But but maybe it made sense to them but it was just like Whoa. I WOULDN'T EXPECT SNIPER INVOLVED. My first thought on. That was the the possibility of okay. You know if the triggered alarm and cops show up. They need to get away. What better to have somebody take the tires out on a cruiser then a sniper You know and I guess I'm I'm underplaying. It by the idea of wally wouldn't take the cops out by having somebody on a at that. Sort of an angle able to make sure that the guys inside can clearly I ate. I accepted the believability of that scenario. In that my head can win that way with it. Okay I I looked at it less a sniper. That's how you did it functioning and more of a lookout right somebody to watch for the cops to show up or anything else. They would throw off the situation. I was just thinking like okay so the cops do shop. So you have a sniper I mean essentially snipers GonNa do a sniper is going to do and was like for thirty thousand dollars. That seems extremely slim when you know with the split. I'm thinking about as a as on a business level. I'm like when you guys are going to be stripping out you're going to be your be like each of you make five thousand dollars off of this and you've already gone to murder one. Yeah but it was supposed to be easy money for them they were. They were all enamored with the easy money. Decipher days sideways. Ideally he never be active. He would be there to cover their getaway in case they were in danger of being okay. That was his purpose. Shoot the cars and keep the cops pin down the which which makes perfect could have. I guess it'd be much for just in Billy's overflying. The sniper would not have fired around. Yup It's just about to. Billy Billy said you private security and not rob banks that builds on the whole idea. The the issue I kind of have with billing is that his. Amnesia seems to be very selective about what he can do and what he knows. And I'm and I'm still not even at this point in the season. I'm not sure what that is and that I see as a problem. You have him. Nesia your skills usually stay and your actual EVATT NAM? It goes away. That is how the show works. Okay and we're still having through the season and all the plates spinning at this point so I mean literally everything's up in the air and whatever place aren't spending having taken out by gunfire mirrors or side mirrors. I am looking forward to where episode aid picks up most because like you said it they cut it mid action and is frank in the car and you know he's in full punisher moated that point He's when you get the burn thaw grunt that's when you know full punisher mode has been achieved. I just can't say a car chase shooting in next episode of for the opening credits. It's very hard for me to say anything bad about John. Barren fall. I I really going back all the way to The walking dead. His role is Shane was unreal. I mean it was dastardly but lovable as a guy who hadn't even I haven't seen an episode of the walking dead. First Time I saw John Barren Paul was in sicario. He's in it for like ten minutes but when I realized that he was going to be frank I was like ooh. Okay okay this. This could be good any closing remarks any thoughts. I think. We've we've kinda crush these two episodes. I think we've I think we've run the check store for all the juicy were goes from here but I I am curious to see how how the now were halfway through where you know what the second half of this season's going to entail what direction Madani and Curtis in frank in even pilgrim are going to go with? Yeah they've got a lot of threats they've got a line here to sum it up. I'm looking forward to see how they do it. Because we didn't even see pogrom all that much in episode seven. He was a lot more involved in six kind of alternating. Because they have the pilgrim plot and the Russo plots kind of the meeting together. They shouldn't yet because not really tied together right. But you know at some point that convergences comic so yeah. Because he's closing in on frank and now that billy's lost half his crew in this one mission happens after that I'd say so well ladies and Gentlemen. Here's been episode six and seven. I highly recommend if you haven't I mean if you're listening to this and you haven't watched the show. I don't know if you're getting everything. There is to get out of this but there is something for you here and if you just like listening to US ramble about Guns Ammo and and Art Then but I thank these gentlemen. Jason Johnson Devon Higgins. Sean Shibli and Eric Scott for coming down to the war journal as Megan all.

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Having Positive Attitudes towards Everybody | Ajahn Brahmavamso | 12 March 2021

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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Having Positive Attitudes towards Everybody | Ajahn Brahmavamso | 12 March 2021

"So now for this evening's talk it was something wandering said today said that. How can you have a positive attitude towards everybody is easy. That's what we do said maybe easy for you pro but can you please explain. How can you do that to other people in your life and at the same time there was wonderful people today. Few people last few days celebrating. Anniversaries be married for such a long time. And i asked said they your partner. This can you see. How can you be married for such a long time. Can you see all their faults and defects and the guy first of all said no no. She's perfect ahmad dot com. And you're supposed to be honest in front of me. And he said oh. Yeah yeah she's goff you imperfections. And then she gave him a bad look miss it. What about him as he got lots of imperfections and said yes. That's what i told him. If your partner is imperfect yo imperfect then your match in other words. It's not just a little joke is so big insight. You can't find a perfect partner in this world. You're not perfect in this world. You know if you come to this place. Try and improve yourself. You might as well dave right now. You're gonna improve yourself. You can help you out to accept yourself more. Be more peace with yourself in other ways to love yourself instead of always trying to improve yourself. It's one of those key. Come back to the same old stories but this was a huge story of my life. Oh what was it. The couple of people. Today they came with anniversary. And i came up to me and say. Can you please give me some advice. Now i think fifteenth wedding anniversary. Okay turned to one another and they said they wanted to repeat vows. And i said well you can repeat it some fast but otherwise you when you got married this improve those fallas and so called into look another and say to one another. You probably guessed this to tell what another just my partner. Whatever you do in your life. We've you go over. Things workout is always remember. This one thing the door of my heart would always be open to you. No matter who you are no matter what you to adopt. My heart is open to you. Beautiful sign and what it meant. Was he taking this connection much deeper. And it's called sort of unconditional love but it also means that some are can come into your life and don't have to be perfect no matter who you are no matter what to you can come in and you're welcome said like when you're welcome into somebody else's life you may have like a parents sometimes even parents not as welcoming as i should be in other words. They're trying to train you to make you better to do better score to veteran life to do better witness in the patriot. He knows no no end of improvement in life. All these courses you can go to for self-improvement all these other classes. You can go to to learn more. Maybe it's because i'm getting also. Maybe because i'm old now because we don't know why i keep on saying i getting old for my monks very kind. Max is one of my mouth of a wonderful mount from switzerland and when he knows his story that i told them actually i'm getting old and they said no agim you're not getting out. That's very touching just the way they said it was the sincerity monks. My so now. You're not getting old already old. Just true almost seventeen now but in although she is all that stuff. That hard work to improve. Have i really improved a look at some of the talk shows. I've years ago pretty much the same. What are the things you have peace with yourself. And that's a wonderful thing to actually be able to witness to see trying to impress any party not trying to improve anybody. Pick being kind caring connecting with somebody. This is actually where that understanding the you kind of our other people into your into your heart. But how many monks get married. So what does that you know about laugh. A lot of people come and ask me questions about it and they keep coming back and him more so there must be something which you've got which other people don't get because it's not a slapping. One person is loving huge amount and it's strange but honestly that's how i feel when i see many of you senior many times before even i haven't seen you before you know and you just knew person it's so easy to get that compression going to come inside. My heart is still print place for each one of here and in other words. How can you do that. Positive that allowing other people to come into your heart. His burning about respect. I don't mean respect in the usual way. Are you should respect your elders. Respect politicians spiritless. Let's not were talking about. I'm talking about respecting that. She seeing another person something which you can really be inspired by impressed by taking. Wow what a wonderful quality you have. The it don't mean that are full of wonderful qualities. Because many people go some terrible quantities inside of them. I mentioned you have an election. Tamara for politicians. What do you feel about politicians. Why did you laugh in my life. It's interesting if i thought being a monkey. Just being a modest rena cave meditating and be away from the world but the weird thing is being a monk you actually get all his invitations to prices which you guys could never get to you know. Just how many of you have seen the queen. Elizabeth how many of you have seen the cambodian president concen. How many of you were saying toxin. The old thai prime minister interesting story about toxin. By the way you know this he told me this is a promise. Eternity ago there was this. Big american industrialist co. John ford was the head of ford motor company for a while and so he went to see the prime minister's apartment to the time because they were going to get a contract to build this a big factory or whatever it was throughout the manufacturer for vehicles in thailand enter. Spread them around the hub to spread those to southeast asia. And so now there's a big development so it don't go through the small purple and the government went straight to the minister. So the two of the mets john ford and the prime minister of thailand where they talk about john ford said to the prime minister d. Do you know anything about this. Monk adventure and and the quite a few of his books in milwaukee and so the apparently they spent two hours talking about an shower. Nothing about factories in thailand. May i don't know why that maybe that's what taxing got the sack eventually are not sure but anyway it was interesting to see what people really interested in. And of course it's a human beings now whether you're a prime minister or whether you are a queen or king or whether you are just a person who just clean tortoise adama of an evening so much you can see in all of these people which you can respect. Don't respect everything about buster the ottoman saying these things now because a controversial the scariest. Prime minister i've ever seen was prime minister of cambodia. I don't know. I just got bad vibes from him. Seeing sort of the ex prime minister. John howard seeing him i so also at the time thinking oh my goodness sort of. He thinks he owns australia. That's another image which are him but only people as well as well as a having access to all this is really high flying people you also have access to the lowest you might say these people not imprisons and his wonderful when you go into prisons in this world to see what the politicians and the royalty and the cleaners of the toilets of dumb loka center here what the president and the cavs secretary everyone else what we all share in common those little titles there's will positions of power and also editor no power and authority even look at some of those really notorious prisoner's go. The most notorious prisoner's ever seen was england. Is one of the kray brothers. Ronnie kray make films about his people and he was a person so this is a really. He was bit psychotic. This person's a dangerous person and he goes in shake his hand. God he was a person who said if ever get any money a few quid. Also nephew quit your monastery. Such a nice into say and so a lot of my life. I've been surprised that when you are kind to other people they are kind to you and they show you parts of them which you can respect and so much of you know what i've seen in all types of people. A wide range of people can really respect them. And so when you start to see something which you cannot meyer respect in paper. You never thought you'd ever be able to do that. Just shows you just how you can open it off your heart. All types of people no matter who they are and it sometimes disarming the when you meet somebody and they may be totally different than you. They may be a terrorist from a different religion about to kill you or whatever. What happens if you don't exhibit fear. What happens if instead of feeling that you're in a dangerous position you look at them and try and have respect for their position in life. I don't know why you're doing that. Be much more than that. Acts of terrorism or of violence. which about to commit. You're far more than that. And of course. I had lots of trainee in that training in dealing with terrorists over violence by going into these prisons and in these prisons in australia and other places. Yeah they're supposed to be safe prices to visit for. Are they that time. When i went into the jail in canning vale and it was the kind of our town at the time was really interesting because it was open. I forget the prime minister of on premise australia. Which opened that jail plaque on the entrance way open by premier whatever but then actually what i was visiting was actually in the town at the time is an inmate first of all. I thought that was really fascinating. It doesn't matter what position society who are in australia. They feel even the primary. You build a saudi. Open the towel. It doesn't mean you can never actually get a taste of the thing which you built because he broke the rules so that was actually quite reassuring but some of the paper in now all the tencent very terrible crimes really bad ones and sometimes you meet with them and you'd never ever believe that they done anything like that until they had done it was Yeah this long time ago. Now you know that while swe our retreat center down at jonah growth that retreat center that sometimes it's hard to get Cooks for the retreats. We usually go beyond couple. She's getting older but this one time. We didn't have a cook for a day retreat. So what did you do. I was like thinking outside the box and really thinking outside the box. This type maybe broncos too far. But i did this and it worked out beautifully because there was a prisoner at connett pissing farm down the road it would actually do some work at monastery and then we go back to the prison in the evening so him. Hey euro could cook you. Try to to cook for our retreat for nine days and he jumped to the charge but of course had to get permission from the prison guards and stuff and they let us know in. The monks were long time and out to this guy and they said okay. Yeah if you're willing to take shots. We are waiting into so. He came cook for nine days. Brilliant cook all by himself is sixty people on this surgery. I'll never forget him because one of the things even make this incredibly delicious pizzas and one of the reasons. I would've issues. He would make everything himself and he just start with the flower and just do this or in the morning and cook up the pieces and lots of other stuff as well. The amount of food which he managed to do a loan was incredible. This is a wonderful man and of course they always take. Did you get that cook for can have him coming to know some cooking for me or something. I'll say it was not really available. I did say didn't tell everybody until the end of the retreat. He's in jail for rape. And i already told about the end of the retreat and afterwards to save their totally just walks parman. You've allowed this wonderful guy to do some good karma and to cook for us for nine days. Yeah did and he did a wonderful job. What it did was. I saw subbing any market. Respect is pizzas now opened the door of my mouth but more the that he was just a wonderful car. Guy johnson. Terrible really bad and hurt a lot of people with what he had done. Give them a chance to do something. Good any rose bouquets wonderful but whatever it did is just to show you can open the tov. Your heart in the right place with the rights safety to almost anybody and people couldn't believe when i told them that this is what he done. They thought wow it changed. A lot of their judgments are making life where some people will reject this too many prepo in relationships. I'm gonna get in trouble here again in your relationships or falls apart why he's been a lotta time choosing your partner in life and if i the reason we could one the middle one or two bad things stupid things selfish things. Is that really necessary to throw that relationship away starts. The relationship starts to fall apart. When you can't see anything to respect in your partner don't call it love here. No lover talk but respect. And i'm talking about that. Deep respect seeing something in the person you live with which you can really really admire. Yeah they go through we okay through really difficult times we sometimes. It goes through some bad choices. But we're all growing and learning together. We're trying to do our best. And i do have a great faith in human beings because i trusted the. I've always lived up to that trust. You trusted to actually make the best decision and this. I know they're trying to do their best. Maybe is meditation and see sobbing inside of them. They all got a good heart. I'm saying that. Seriously human beings aboard into this row because i've got good hearts and sometimes in their lives something happens. Some difficulty occurs. And i just they lose sight of this beautiful value inside of themselves and sometimes they react to other people with violence with fear with a story for you to wake everybody up. This is one of my favorite stories in one of my books this was of the husband had afternoon off work and how often enough work and his wife said this was in australia. This was in asia somewhere. Darlie look i. I haven't got enough eggs to make the dinner this evening. Could you go to the market and get me some expertise. You're free afternoon. I mean yeah. Sure no okay. Some makes but he never been to the market before so his wife had to give him a remote matt given the basket his about this way. You put the eggs in his money. Because sometimes you need to do that with husbands. So offi wait happily hoping is darling. Y to get some eggs in the market for for dinner that evening and as soon as going to says marketplace just minding his own business. This young boy came up to him almost nose to nose with a very aggressive manner. And said i never seen you before but you are. The oculus is the young man saying to the nice husband. You are the arkadiusz person i've ever seen in my life. You're so ugly you may even the back end of a camel. More beautiful new are. And i don't know what sort of aftershave you've been using but it snows. My dog poo now at the. That's all of the nasty words which i know because i'm a very good. I'm sure you can make more nasty words but anyway all those nasty words are this time in the stories you tell about the nastiest curse which i've ever heard at the second okay to nastiest curse curse all come from the middle east just chatting with muslim fellow johnson airport in an airport and got something so you get some really good stories. We next talk so he told me. Set the worst curse in the middle east. If you really upset somebody actually the two worst because this is the second worst curse and a second worst. Curve's is to tell somebody. May the fleas from thousand camels. Infest your armpits. The fleas no fleas from a thousand camels infest your armpits. We got some style. I suppose. I i i love you. Please don't do that to your wife. Your husband please. Don't do that to your boss when you go to work on monday for the worst one was even more profound no worse the other worse curse i think it must have come from the sufi tradition in the middle east. The worst kirsch can give to somebody is. May you get everything he wanted. Soon as you wanted outta here that i curse and a second worst worst curse why. That really blew me away. Maybe ever think you want as soon as you want to. Is that heaven. It's not at all because a lot of time. Now your life is about working hard striving to make things better everything straight away which was wonderful. The meeting of your life will be gone. We can think about that when you go. How but anyway because it doesn't happen so saudi idea but anyway combed back this young boy so really really letting this. This husband is really just be so criticized so badly defame curse or whatever so the husband could take it. I don't even know you why. Why picking on me husband is turned around and went straight back home. We went home. Bangor is wash your book. Zippy market ever again those people in the market just so bad mannered so tempered about leandra but of course like many wives. You know how to deal with angry husbands you. Just one of the ways to deal with. Hanger is to speak slow the and of course he staff but anyway what did they call them. Now see us and what happened to you you said apps and this young man came along in started to get to see. What's he finished. He said him now he does that to everybody. That poor young boy. When he was very young he fell off and hit. His head was brain damaged. Poor young boy can never go to school or you can never get a job. He can't find another person to share his life with so we're just allowed to come to the market and he curses his me much worse than that. Sometimes he curses. Everybody from time to time is already got brain damage. And as soon as he realized the reason it was being cursed not the husband it was it was just a sickness in the boy and so he calmed down and as soon as his wife so that he calmed down. His wife said are still need those eggs so he turned out and went back into the market and anywhere back into the market. This young boy criticized and make game cursed him. Swear him this time. It didn't matter. The poor boy got brain damage and so say went to buy the eggs and lady setting the eggs. I don't worry about him is better. And what a shame and managed to get curse no for half an hour in the market and it didn't hurt him talk. Why is being criticized by some with brain also meeting of that story if your wife comes home from work and she starts criticizing you and senior going to switch it out is nothing to do with you. Just assume that. Somebody's hit on the head that day upright which temporarily because in buddhism o agta is temporary brain damage temporary insanity. What did anyone can angry at somebody else. saudi temporary. So you know your wife your husband will calm down after a while so instead of getting upset one another. We look something else to respect. That person would respect in that person who had the brain damage a hit on the head. Was those some goodness inside scientific young man but the sadness it could not have a wonderful life like everybody else. You could always see some goodness in everybody. Nice pass of you. Know what i've taught others do myself you go in jails and you see the crime for which had been putting jail. You see that much bigger than that. They're much bigger than just terrible ignited now became the case. I would never see a criminal inside jail. I said this many times before. I've never seen all the to in my life. I've never seen a murder. I've never seen a terrorist. Never seen a thief. I never see a what is it. Forty seven person asked mr apis. I'd never seen any of those people in jail. What i've ever seen as a person who committed a murder person who'd right but not a rapist. I seen a person it started. But never if you see a husband who spoke to you. They're not an angry husband. Ceo wife who three things here. She's a bad short. You survived in other words. Same more the not part of the character actions of somebody else which too many people fill. That is a real. They're much more than that. Which means you can respect something in any body. Different religion different race different culture. We have so much problems in our world you know with different couches have indigenous culture here in australia. It's not just a single indigenous culture huge number of different indigenous cultures different sort of religions in our world. it's not as main religions. Every religious different types of religion even to buddhism is seventy two different types of putzer and then we got sort of theravada. Put us this. Buddhism is totally different types of vodka buddhism and then we got says the forest tradition established different types of forests with different traditions in even in. Botany monastery this many different types of monks. So what is your tradition. We might say what. Tradition is his respect base kindness. Wisdom two little things like that mean so much more and what that does to it allows you to find something you can see in or other beings and i mentioned that very clearly beings not human beings other beings in this planet because sometimes you see there in animals say that just today on the way just for my cave to the car to come here this afternoon. Pass what are the kangaroos. And all the kangaroos got markings on in item. On many of you see white markings have very never say that. In any book or any other type of kangaroo anywhere sure they must be somewhere got white. Kangaroo is like the indigenous markings on the heads of the faces of humans but because these indigenous markets you know then you can recognize who's who just how peaceful there. He just walked right past them. Just have a look at you. And then the calculating. Don't move at all sometimes. It's me who has to get off the path and walk around then very but you respect them and they respect you way of respecting each other is how we can live in peace and harmony together. They're not our pets a wild and every now and again not as many as we had our entire that we have. The snakes did see many this year because there's been cooled. those pour. Snakes must be very hungry this year but anyway you see those snakes around you respect their simple thing not afraid of them because snakes downey human beings rarely reason now attack if they're afraid and they feel that you're trying to harm them so so often with snakes most so much here but over time we meet them all the time. I told this story to someone another the other day i was. I was doing some challenging front of all the other monks nice. I was doing the charleston i sometimes. I wish we did have like cameras or mobile phones in those days. Because some of these photos would have to been classics. I was doing the charging and another mark. Roger fatemi little head pope top above his left ear don't head and he looked around. I stopped the chanting. Because i realize it was a snake and he looked around and this might look around. Is this french mark. Good monk anyway. He was talking to the snake and the snake was looking him. I one another but not with anger or fear or aggression. It was just this. what do i do next. because it wasn't threatened at all and was very wise. This is is just very gently so the snake could fall off very gently and then the snake just wanted to weigh didn't away was fatal and i've got lots of snakes toys. That time. Meditating on once and in the morning time any meditating just want to sit stor then afterwards how to go into the forest so to urinate a p riester in this was a natural forest and could take a little bit of human tackle the animal you bought mine no trouble. So i squatted down the asian style. When you squad out remember this was. I've been meditating all night so in the morning. Bit tired and it was the first light of day so the light was in strong. Enough to see wasn't strong. So i squatted down to your rights. There was nineteen on a stick. This nick started to move. And i all my goodness. That's not a stick at all. It was a very dangerous venomous snake. In thailand and i was and eighteen. Is that dangerous tall snake. It was being blessed with holy water. Monk stood the editors state. There is very rare to get nice warm bath early in the morning. So where do you have respect. There's no fear you sort of know. Those animals won't here even though they're really dangerous supposed to be dangerous. If you're upset they venomous. I should say and is so often. You know other people. They won't harm you if you are not afraid and respect did tell that story last week about just walking through this this group of young men last week here now to my food post. Let me the way through really cool. But if you're not afraid and you can have respect your boss at work. I afraid of them if you are in respecting not respecting here. So you respect and see his beautiful good in them. The human beings doing a hard job that probably far more stressed out. And you're one of the reasons. Why look if ever you go to work and someone offers you a promotion. Don't take it as total ridiculous stupid. You already got enough. Work is and they want to do some more work. I've got enough. Then you think. Oh no no. I need the money i've seen many people get promoted year. They get more money in their pay packet. They got more hospital bills from the stress. Is it really worth it. Honestly but sometimes juice if you're happy with your job anyway so when i get promoted aren't get any extra money to mr president. Dennis at the back there buddy which is absolutely nothing everywhere to my life. So they do. I don't get paid in money. Paid in just happiness and fun of helping others but anyway when you are respect somebody you connect with them. One of the ways of connecting with is again where you can open the door of your heart to somebody is often the way i meditate based on the wonderful emphasize questions story one of these stories. I keep on repeating. It was immense so much to me. When i first read it as a student of the year after i'd have cambridge i was studying schoolteacher and i read this. I remember reading this. Wow really hit me was actually what came. It really hit me walking around of just like in the days. And that was the empress re questions. By leo tolstoy so no religion component. John attaway afraid of religious stuff dogma so meaningful so for for my life and all levels and that was question got fed up with religion. You know with agents always arguing. Who's got the best. Got the word about who the worst. No other people got the worst. I got the best. That's always think ego fed up with always arguing and not respecting one another so i decided to make up his own religion this emperor in russia pre soviet union and wanna make up his own religion so he decided really that keep it simple but keep it effective. The only thing you really need to know in life is the archer to three questions became the empress three questions. This is a long time ago. Way before eckhard told i and all these other people. When is the most important time answer. Yeah simple one. Now is the most important time the second question who is the most important person if you know his answer. Be quiet if you haven't heard it before. What do you reckon who is the most important person. Sometimes if you might be a question cheeses or if you put aside the put if you are. A combination saved my chairman mao auditor. Who's the most important person. Some people say me oneself or wants the which was given was. Wow so smart. and they're just. That was a question. the answer is really through. Intas changed a lot of my life. The most important person world is one who is right in front of you right now. Whoever that happens to be your partner in life nico hope and good. Evening tally right in front of you. You really give them that importance that respect if you do you have a wonderful relationship you ever felt these are paper. You live with your family. They just need to trying to get rid of you. They take you for granted you know cape comes up daddy daddy daddy later son now if they were in front of you they are the most important person a whole world that's called respect and if anyone has ever done that to you asked him a question they come running front and ask a question and then you know they're listening because you are given that importance night sometimes fail at that but i really tried try remember. That doesn't matter who you are. As a matter. How tired i am. Does this stuff ecuador afterwards. That's not important you in front right. Now that's the most important person in the whole world and of course maybe i spend more time by myself. The most big among breach one of you. Spend a lot of time by yourself in your car home in bed at night. You may have a party sleeping next to you but when you close your eyes you're the last person you see before you go to sleep with you. Who's the most important person in the world. Then you're you're right in front of you right now pausing to do they get another beautiful dancer but number two is the best answer. I never expected that the most only think too much important to do in life is to care. Not a cure said to that doctor whose parents were here it is. Do you think they're around somewhere. Yeah because he was the one who was about to back there that they're no. You're when your son was about to resign. If told you the story came to save me here. And he was in one of the hospitals. One of his patients died and he wanted to resign. The reason was because it was surprise and he had to tell the patients or woman remember correctly. Young woman can imagine what it must feel like to tell the house and they've been married a few years to tell the husband and the woman chosen to live within his life. they still not each other for really really much. Apparently to tell him why for died unexpectedly. He was adopter looking after them. In hospital said like adding salt to the wound was he had to tell the two little kids. You've got no mommy anymore. she's dead. He said that hurt him so deeply and he said i can't do that again. I can't face there is. I can imagine the pain doctor having to give that news. And so. That's why i wanted to talk about him. How talk him out of. It was with these. We questions mice imposing to do is not a cure your patience if you think you have to kill your patience your file many times. Not everyone can be cured but this changed one letter the you to an a your main job a doctor. I told him was to care. And if you care for your patience and the relations of those patients you never need to fail. You can't always cure my goodness. You can't always care. He's very talented straightaway. Went back to work. And cad wonderful doctor and he always asked wrapped with his houses. How's your career said more. People get cured. When i made that so important. It's carrying you can understand that so the impetus three questions. Now is the most important time it's anytime you have was important. Person in the whole world is the person in front of you. No matter who the habits might be terrorist might be a snake about to know wanting to fight. Cheer kaffir if you do that. You're very powerful individual respect people and then people know they respected their know. They're cared for and never need to be afraid of here for those of you in relationships in marriage is work children with parents grandparents. Practice like that you to communicate live with other people on among so i. I never be married at gophers. When i was young. Can't understand why is when people come up and saying this getting separated. I know you to your beautiful people. What is it. You can't get on with good enough to have relationship together. I'll be honest. There is because we just focus on the fox. Don't give each other importance wanna cure rather than care. You can then how to care more. What if you really got things or record civic gaga time again. What if you really sick with cancer with covid or some other. Toby disease. What should you do with it. Kaffir carry for ewing number two powerful teachings. Because sometimes i come across this way too. Often people trying to kill themselves all these amazing hard work sometimes really unpleasant treatments paying for how about trying to care for you so instead important. Finish off the story. ted. I'll finish off now. Promise maybe there this guy they just open up john of god no bunny murder murder hospice that in next to a hospital really nice little hospice just opened up so ted was one of the first patients in their had lung. Cancer was dying so they put him in there to die just a one way ticket. But we're ted. He was like from your going to be careful for. Lancashire is on the border with you in your shoes from lancashire and so the told me afterwards. I went to visit him a few times first night in a hospital. The nurse came out you for dinner tonight. Ted and ted said well in our co diabetes. Kind of anything sweet. Let's of high cholesterol. So forget about anything. Oil or oily of a kind of innocent that i kind of anything salty because i've got hardened arteries account have nurse wrote to him and said what an earth are you talking about ted. You're not gonna die of cholesterol or heart attack or hardened arteries or diabetes. You're going to die of cancer in a couple of days. So ted said you can eat whatever you want anything. Any is is wet why to power decor to the nursery eighty and so he had all food sweet syrupy salty sugary. Which is he told me. His wife never allowed him to wait for the last three or four years and ated had lots of why. No you're gonna die soon. So and we know what happened on his story. He went into emission town that hospice true. I know he's a good friend. Historic cited always. The next month had six months he had and then he went back into the hospice to die property and six extra months because he cared for himself instead of trying to secure himself so much interesting story. I hopefully many. There's other list always interested for you but a better shot up otherwise question. Thank you for listening and our hope. It had some meaning for you this evening. So saw now. We have the questions comments and complaints the three cs. Any questions comments anything from the floor. First of all you need to go out because it's getting many. We've been working so hard for me. I don't have choice already. Okay any questions from overseas. Maybe all those prime ministers i was talking about. Maybe they're coming to get me. And because thank god so here. We go from singapore malaysia. Uk japan pad and from nowhere anyway from singapore. How'd you let coffee segments towards people abuse. Thank you if you haven't at garvey settlement and that person is still abusive. You somewhat fix cheated you out of lots and lots of money in your life every time you remember that with anger nail. Will you our allowing them to cheat you out of your happiness again. They were abused. You hurt you every time you keep that remember it being abused again very simple story to make this clear someone calls you they call me at brown you lazy fat mark several courts. Now what would i do. If i said i thought they. They've got to call me lazy fat monk sensitive that's fat shaming and. I suddenly realized. I just call myself lazy fat three more times. They've gone a long time ago. Every time i remember it. I'm allowing them to call me a fat lazy monk again to understand that so. They've abused you. They treated you on. Why should you allow them to take away your happiness again and again and again and again is you take control of your happiness. They can still your happiness and health once. They can't do it forever from malaysia. I'm a medical student. Fell one of the subjects. I also face verbal abuse to my supervisor. Kutu help supervisor. That's not being a supervisor. Some ferber issue. What are your subjects. How many suburbs did you do. You just fire one of them when you were universally detested mass spending. How many did you file if you fail. Something failure is always temporary and each are impermanent you fail and then you try again. You do better next time. Failure is a where we learn. That is where we understand deeper into the nature of things so much advance in science came for failure. Look up isaac newton that is success sitting under a tree when an apple fed on probably swore time but is there looking at as a failure being stupid and sit in having lunch under a tree a use that experience and found out the law of gravity so much time when people think of failure. We were as it's always an opportunity to learn to go do something more so you fell one of the subjects. Great take it again. Do better and they are your supervisor. He found his exam by verbally abuse to you. The medical student job of a supervisor's to encourage people look favorable body. Who is your supervisor bodyguard about a stream. Exactly when you file. Do i shout at you. What are you laugh at chinchar do when we stupid added a stupid things really stupid things. It would make so happy ridiculous. What is boxwood. was that time. When i filed test of learning time many we know this story the nosed as our winter seat teaching china's not very famous yet an anita some soap and now it didn't come by anything thinkers amount so we just go to the store and just get him so. I asked collapse them soap. But i had to do it in the tie in the eastern language and that was very simple words but i pronounce it. Suppo- means pineapple me as we kind present. Would you one partner. For and i said to wash. Legend child was fed off the floor seat laughing. He's always so funny. And he taught us in england so far advanced much more advanced in thailand. Inga day actually. Wash with pineapples laughed at seventy people. Happy so when you make something. If you're a supervisor laugh enjoy. This is why we sometimes fail. We laugh and isn't try. Make sure it doesn't happen again from uk with my mom. Emma listening this morning was a compassionate way to respond to someone who's being self destructive. Cardon really destroy yourself. Just hurt yourself. It's not destructiveness thing and it doesn't just hurt. You hurt so many other people know. Sometimes people think where it's my life my body. I can do whatever. I want kenya. How many people care about you. How many people love you many people. Just one you to be healthy and happy to have a wonderful life and sometimes people say there's no one knows me. I've left home onto living on. The streets is also people that might not even know your name. There are no no where you come from. They still care for you care if you a lot so you know this. If you hurt yourself you heard so many other people in this world you know that people see let's see you in the car will buy pre sweat them. How and being self destructive. When you're part of a family is just hurting all the other people in your family. Maybe that's what you're doing and trying to express your pain sadness by hurting the other senior family by that sort of behaviour. Instead of being self distracted herds is that of being self forgiving. Respecting yourself respected as a matter. Wave are right now is always care canetti. Go way way past the pain of your life and you can be so so so inspiring yourself and others from japan. I've a question. How often trust your friends. Forty without them. They don't need me. they have me. Thanks know what's at the end of rain retreat. There's another english. Monks thing in his monastery in tyler with me to us and he was his idea. Just have this to to exercise is supposed to write down what i thought of him and he wrote down what he sort of me. And then we swap the piece of paper and red room. Why is sort of me was nothing large. Spent three months with him. Nothing like what. I thought he sort of me. What i thought of him was nothing like he saw that. I thought of him the thoughts seeing other people think about us totally erroneous. You might say that my mother liked me on my my ecstasy me. Know if you could find out the truth. Sometimes the x. or the your parents showed me love you. Mom probably difficult to live with you at this time. I don't know angry. Here is just bad speech. We've managed to learn so love and trust your friends. That's your job to fully and then you find out it's amazing. How much do love you and care for you. Maybe there tell you this was from japan. Maybe just don't express yourself enough but eventually you find out now little things they send you cards. They invite you to important events in their life. This mixture take out to dinner or something so always love and trust your friends. And if and if they're not your friends laugh entrust your enemies as you have more fun loving offense that really just totally discombobulation enemies now discombobulated. It's one of my favorite words. It may mean just really confused anyway last one from from where from mr life lightfoot jump case dealing with individual have npd narcissistic personality disorder. Her are psycho past. Experience has taught me that a different approach is required. Any thoughts now it just there are no such things you're in trouble again narcissistic personality disorder or psychopaths people. There's people who sometimes exhibit narcissistic personality disorder or sometimes exhibit psychopathic behavior. They're much more than that. Sometimes that's how they've learned to relate to the work sense they are personally afraid showing anything about the but if you can somehow go deeper you find much much more in there one of these guys in prison. 'cause i think he would probably calder. Oh here's a good. That could experience. He was psychopathic. He was the person who came up to me and connor prison. Farm years ago told me his story. He was born in northern ireland and he told me that he was stopped first time when he was six years of age in the primary school. Who said what on the bodies in the school demanded the money had for dinner. He said no. The booty never asked him a second time just took out a knife and stabbed his six year old kid. He ran out from the school yard to his father's. Let's more house which is really close by. His father was how employed daddy. I've been stabbed with no blood running down his arm and pain as well. He told me what his father did was taken into the kitchen. Open the door. Give him a kitchen knife. Intended to go and stop the back. No dressing the wound tight. Revenge said that was life and being how many many times and this was the end of a sentence for murder. Get actually murder. People told me this and he said what had happened to him. Going into carnet prison farm. He'd got the job as yet and fight for it. No physical fight. as the head was called executioner. They had a about where they were kidding. Cows sheep because prison firm in the slaughterhouse and that was only so the the elite so-called elite business took over the slaughterhouse blood all day. What a great idea for rehabilitating on paper anyway the he said you know he just cows sheep beef whatever they needed so it was that day there were there were slaughtering cows and so he described the slaughterhouse. He was up on the side on a raised platform with an electric gun and the cows would be heard it in this very strong standard steel railings. Navin down lucky that the triangle so only one cow could come in at a time and he was standing above it and he always used to say one shot to stand two shots to kill. The cow would not stand still happening. We're going to die and they would try to escape and scream as much as they could. One shot to stand the other one to doing this for weeks. This one cow one cow came in our west would always make noises this one sided and didn't and struggle just walks between the two ratings silently. And he'd never seen anything like that before an at time. This prisoner always remember this experience. He said this is god's. Please excuse me effing. Truce swarming me. And he said that then. This clinic didn't know what to do. He couldn't do the first shot to start. Then the cow vase this head and looked at him. I bowled him and they said was just totally confused. What's going on. And then he said. God's on effing truce water started to build up over the islet yards. Cow has huge is cows took then soon. The water was too much for the island to hold started triple in over the coast cheek. Cows cry the same happened. The second to dribbled a went down his cheek and he said this was a person who killed people who survived in person through down. That gun said prison officers can do whatever they want to him. That kyw's cows not dry die. We came out to me and he's a vegetarian. Big foot of scars. A huge guy. Was he a psychopath anymore. We had npd massive voter not anymore sometimes experiences that happen in life we find out that something else inside of us is far more beautiful. That was stove. The cow cried. And if you go into the library you can see that. There is a number of gentleman versions of the book. Open the door of your heart. The german i and they'd love that story so much in germany. That was the title of the book. Change the title over to dacuda point. The cow cried story. So i do agree. Arguments seek my psychopaths for was npd. 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Clare Tears, Camera Cuts, and Comedy Roasts With Mina Kimes

Bachelor Party

55:05 min | 8 months ago

Clare Tears, Camera Cuts, and Comedy Roasts With Mina Kimes

"Del. You look. So Nice, start. Your pretty. Amazing too. Fat Kocides of say. Saying again. Movie what does that mean? Okay, thank you. When We met today. Can we just talk I? Mean this is really more of a talking. About. What would it bachelor party I'm Julie Outlet LIPPMAN WE'RE WEIRD TERRITORIAL. This show I am going D breaking it down with today's guest meantime you may know her from ESPN or the Munich podcast. We've so much discussed. There is a lot of weirdness on his episode. A lot of things we WANNA talk through figure out how we're feeling about the franchise. We're GONNA do it before all Of that if you're into the bachelor and you also like pop music, you probably spoke to someone in your life about Adele's bachelor sketch on Saturday night live over the weekend for full analysis of Adele's performance triggered higher learning Rachel Lindsay late then, but I don't talk about this sketch I. Loved it. I thought Dalby alert break into song was incredible and excellent USA per many wonderful tunes. And the thing they nailed the best is what draft Adele where if she were on the Bachelor I, don't know about you but I have been watching it very closely and for the entire twenty one and twenty five press tours and just when she was going all over the world performing, she wore these beautiful gowns. So we have a big reservoir of Adele imagery to know what she would wear. She was on the show and they've really nailed. It was kind of blown away by that. And wondering if Adele weighed in like what her bachelor dress would be like because it was so close to her actual style for award show then for US stage. But like just turned up a few notches like you would on the bachelor and I just thought it was so funny it also made me realize that they really should throw a celebrity in the mix like kind of Halley's to have someone come back more previous season way back when we had Casey be twice we had back Atelli. We had amber back when someone comes back because they're really interested in that lead. Let's have a celebrity in the what if they throw Demi? Levato on you know she flirted with Mike, can that like there's a lot of opportunity here it got my mind spinning and I really enjoyed it. If you haven't seen it, check it on Youtube del Bachelor you'll find it Adele Bachelor snl perhaps even more specific. It's pretty fun. You know if you need a little levity, check it out, and now let's batch with minicabs. No matter what you're watching pizza is the perfect companion to a night in with your favorite movie or show. 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I'm so glad that we're talking about this episode because I feel like I need to work through so many. And I am. Entertained, but also upset triggered, annoyed sympathetic like I'm feeling every emotion possible. I completely agree with you. There were kind of like many things that came up in this episode I was like there's just a lot to unpack here and a lot of conflicting feelings and the main takeaway. This episode think is at Clare is unlike any Bachelorette ever and we've been getting that tees Chris Harrison saying congratulations you've broken the Bachelorette and it's really true it's. Sort of like overall pieces of this episode is like. Clare Crawley's in her current carnation is not suitable to reality. TV. That's just sort of where I stand on her and that has nothing to do with like I like just like her. Shows that it's a bad marriage I think that is like the perfect. Moment of her that's fair and it's neutral and it's also befuddling to me that the producers didn't know that going into. This woman has been on like three of your programs. You're very aware of how she processes relationships like how the hell did they not see this coming I think they were excited about it. I guess they just like really wanted someone older coming out of Peter Season and they're like we've not clare she won't be boring certainly not boring but like there's just so many moments that I just like it starts out. You're like this is okay. This makes sense in that it just like kind of expands and you're like, this is crazy this bad in so many ways that note, let's start with her fight Joseph Picks up with the rose ceremony from last week and Yosef decides he's GonNa, Confront Claire and I think there's a lot of editing decisions to kind of think about in assessing this conversation but he keeps saying to her apparently he talked at her for twenty minutes and kept explaining we got a piece of him explaining that he found the Strip dodgeball day degrading for the man I agree tasteless very unclassy and he kept repeating that over and over in somehow escalated to him saying that he was ashamed or embarrassed to be associated with her would never want her to be the mother to his daughter and she was a bad role model and it got like. Eight I agree with you to Yosef you are at absolute asshole and it's Completely spun out of control what was your process of emotions and just like processing of that whole scene I. Don't think I have ever seen a confrontation like that on the Bachelorette or bachelor or anything because it wasn't built like sometimes to see these confrontational moments that they tease right like Hannah be versus Luke or whatever. But those are built on the foundation of many weeks and there's like an emotional relationship and there's some intensity your anger like this is the equivalent of like a dude screaming at you on the street. And like he doesn't know her so. I think that's what made it. So incredibly weird and OP. Almost like I always. Say That people say things to you on the Internet they would never say to you. With that do didn't realize. Like he Just talked started like that and. I'm sorry like there is. An fame that I think we're GONNA hit a lot in this episode. In this season, there's totally a grain of validity. I thought the date was weird although again, the keep positioning it as close pan the frigging dates. But. She was super into it Meena because. She can I'm just saying like totally reasonable to criticize the date totally reasonable to criticize. Her handling of the last group date where she got upset fine. But the way did it was fricken barker like bunkers escalation as you described and it was I mean I found it really like upsetting to watch almost got like kept amplifying, amplifying it, and then screaming it's just like what the hell is happening. was trying to most of his moment he knew he was having. And he knew he was getting out I. Think. So remember he was the one who she lives like warned about by Tyler. One because he was also talking to other women and then there was this thing onto going around social media this past week where it was a woman on top who who did that to me mobike put your hand down or finger down if this is ever happened to you that it was like a long story where she didn't name him but it's implied that it was safe who kind of like ghosted her and that also like sex at her like a fairly grant video that was actually intended for women. So, he sounds like he's sacks. Forgot that's him but OCTA. Manner misogynistic stories and his now I know. I think like one thing that just sort of I was just like pushed me too far was when he was saying that she would like be a bad mother and like invoking his daughter as if like he. Knew more about like role models for young girls because of of his daughter Dude are you a role model right now is that you're trying to imply, I, don't think so it was it was just crazy and. RUMMY AT-BAT IT for many reasons is like I do agree that the Strip dodgeball date was just really dumb. It was degrading actually that was like the perfect word for it in exactly why as many people pointed out like if they did that on the Bachelor asking women to do that, it would be like get the fuck Outta here this shows. Like in like the TV sense of it, you know per Sir David History of doing those kinds dates and they've never been they've never been. Okay right. It is I. Think I really good example of how like in some ways the franchise is trying to like we're progressive. Now we're doing all these things you told us to do but yet they still like miss on some very easy. They make the obvious mistakes still, and that is a perfect example. That though he could have just said that like in America would have been on his side like I don't know how America's reacting because I haven't seen but yet but like. If you just said that I would have been like, yeah, you'RE A. Self Exit and you could have been like I'm not comfortable with I'm out. You know he could've been could've been emphatic without having to like escalate it to where he kept kept like be like expected more out of the oldest Bachelorette ever. This is nothing to do with her age people of all ages like make weird choices I was just it was just so outrageous but I felt like another thing that was really interesting around it was how they showed the men talking about Yosef to to kind of position it and they made it seem like Yosef was looking for a moment to confront Claire for a while and I guess like that color your opinion of Yo safer like the whole situation at all a couch were you aware of of the way it was being? I I in the rose ceremony and. The leader when he was talking about it, he's like, yeah, tell her. You could see that. Other guy his face like oh They were kind of egging him on a little bit totally and I think to me. They never showed anyone agreeing with him, which I think is important. But I also think everybody saw the train wreck from compile away and they were like perfectly happy to watch it and go up in flames like I. Think it was Riley the lawyer who is like, Yeah Dude. Tell her tell her face. Arrogant odd. So yeah. I think he did not seem to be well liked or. In the reaction afterwards to signify that nobody really was on his side, which is a rare production decision in her favor. Because I, think a lot of the production and editing decisions. This season have been not favorable to Clare when we'll talk about that over the course of the episode. She also does things are not favorable to herself, but I think in that instance, everyone was against Joseph Yeah and then del comes in to rescue her and I had some problems with that I just. I feel a telling when you're proud of them. If you're not your parent is just like really like Kinda sending there's almost no time where I feel like it's appropriate like I'm so proud of you unless you're that person's parent that person's coach or like that person's mentor feel like, yeah, I don't know I i. think that's that's why I don't think we're we might as well get to I. Don't think people hate him there but I think he that the way he talked to her is probably how he talks to everybody he has this kind of life coach if autumn Agai, what is it? He's Got Russell Wilson Vibes Oh my God. Know what though I see it yet that. He's like Mr Positively Mr. let's many give a speech here and I think that's why. He's not really resonating with speech everyone. Visually is resonating by their hands on. One of one of the hottest guys. I've ever see on the show but his personality. Yeah it is kind of leaving me cold a little bit and I think even in that instance where he comforted her, I was like he's Kinda like what you're describing the way he's speaking. Isn't like working for me but I think that's just who he is. Yeah and I think by the way. That's how clear like. Definitely, he actually he's exceptional right? He's like I just need five minutes on the talk declared make sure she's okay. Just. Give me five minutes. It's it's in my head. Now can only see Russel Wilson as. I took. And I don't think it's fake. I, think like no fake with Ross. Yeah. Like Mr Life coach. Yeah. Any I think that also a lot of these guys go on the bachelor. Now there's a new breed of fitness minded kind of progressive former athlete who is sort of like here coach everyone out then like I'm GonNa just spread positive vibes and it's kind of a weird former football player turned reality star like yes I feel Jason. What you're saying that different he was kind of like getting like mad the Jason the former offensive lineman. Oh, that's a whole other. Traded. Positive. Always Tyler camera was Kinda like that too like you go girl I'm here for your support you. Let's Sing I. Yeah. That's a new kind of architect but. When Dale came in it was like it was like really like sweet and kind I have to say his like he's so big and just like. Very attractive how he just Kinda like hugged her and like it was like really turned protector is very, very attractive but then he starts talking and I'm just like dude, like you can be sweet without having to like. Be heard like hers yes or something. Yeah he is hot as hell but. That said, I think from a personality perspective he is not your type. He is not my type Clare's type and that's what kind of I mean. There are many reasons why the season is hard to watch but that he is not Like his personality. Is Not for everyone even when the roasts that's at the end, it's. About this kind of stuff a little bit like even when they're roasting in like the way they rotating like it's not that negative it's not the traditional bachelor like he's fake easier of the wrong reasons he's Shitty House. It's that weird more like he's knowing and talks about south and is like kind of ag and that's what you're describing. He's not a bad dude. Dude he's just not my cup of tea. I. Agree. It doesn't seem like key laugh a lot and like doesn't seem like he's having a lot of fun and his version of waking up early to go for a really long run and that's not my version. That's a cash. It's just not for me. I also know that did you ever watch the challenge? No, I know you love it I d love it Dale on instagram. He he works out with a challenge alumnus who was banned from the show. For many years named Kenny Tucci to. Be Mr Beautiful and Kenny was banned from the challenge for like. Basically, like a abusing. It was a long story. There's there's a rumor that he had someone else on the show like when a woman was passed out drunk like basically like abused her until he's banned from the show and they got together anyway just that they're not i. know it's not good. Anyway there are new workout together on instagram. Anyway I also record on this opening salvo of the scene for Chris, Harrison, combat in and like pulling the chair over and being like Papa Harrison, declare I those actually kind of sweet to he because he was a lot more like Clare when you want to do and that was a good version of him I. Agree I also think I was watching Chris Harrison and thinking what's going on in the states head because. You Know He. He knows the season's going off the rails and I think at that point it became very clear to me that Chris knew they were going to cut it short like He's not trying to stop her from zeroing in on. Dale. In fact, he's like going. Along with it, he's not fighting it and I. think that that point the show's production I don't know when they started. They reached out to Asia and starting phase to clear a lot of a lot of rumor guessing about it like. I was watching a man who knew that is. Short stays number A. so that's something that jumped out to be as well. They kind of like managing endgame sure he was he was very chill and he was just like Clare how are you feeling in any also in everyone who seems talk Claire from production and we got got some cool glimpses of that sort of has been like. Facilitating the relationship I think and center percent. Let's just. On that note, there was a really poignant second where on the first group date Claire has cancelled the date itself. We don't know it was going to be they just do the cocktail party. That is when Dale does his like I've seen five minutes guys in. Let's. Let's show her that. We're here for her whatever data was also wearing like an outfit. He was wearing previous episodes I have no problem with whatever see that on TV I think to myself you maguire outfit repeater, which is from lizzie McGuire movie. Black shirt. Yeah. Exactly. One of his Andre Looks. He. He does a great. He's very attractive. I mean, if you saw him on the street, you would do a double take. Really Cool. Is that gorgeous? Tall Man I have some inside t my oh I the. Nfl Live with me is Dan relapse gives a former quarterback for the lions in Dell was on the practice squad, and so he knew him and he's so before the season began denier in bachelor group text if my. And we were like the rumors and Dan was like holy smokes I know this guy? And we're like, what's what's the deal and he said well, he was like. Ever. Just like Dan that dude his hands. So he even like NFL wears were like these really handsome Guy Dan said he was a nice guy everybody liked him so okay. T but. It's cold. It's an ice tea He has really beautiful. Smile. I think that's a lot of right like he just has a broad smile. Perfect teeth just very bright i. mean he's a model so. Very I WanNa before we talk about like the date and the time thing and Yeah Clara spending all the time within which I think is. Pretty. Important. I as a student at the show. was kind of put off or I was thinking or my we might wheels are spinning. When they showed all the guys waiting for Clare, for quit hours or the evening date because she cancelled the day day and I was like something's missing here they skip something. And I remember because she had met with Diatta which we can just skip that part but. I remembered reading I think I mean Charlene talks about the Scott Bachelor contestant or a smart recaptured the show been on your program about how the producers will make people wait to get them riled up like manipulate time and that to me when they were just sitting there for hours like I don't think Clare was just keeping them waiting and not saying anything to anyone and fell asleep and forgot I feel like at some point that day she canceled it probably early, the producers decided not tell the guys to get them in like a heightened emotional state. been beyond early right because. What happened was Deanna Command instead of doing the date at least that's how they presented. But let's say that was found face value, which is a kind of generous to assume. But whatever. So let's say she did the Deanna conversation instead of having the date. Deanna perhaps could have been originally scheduled to be a part of the day as some kind of just got your. Seemed like that. That's a great point because she was talking about meeting the guys. Yeah and so what probably happened is deanna and Clare, like onto the conversation or clarice like. Being Really Honesty Anna I don't care about any of them except for Dale and the timeline there couldn't have been that fungible because Deanna Hodgin quarantine from what I've heard. They were very strict about this and one of the reasons why Joe Joe comes later in the season she did some hosting for Chris Harrison guess he laughed to be a normal father and take. Asunder College and so everyone who like went into the bubble much like with the NBA over the summer had to like action quarantines Deanna had a specific time line. She arrived on a certain day. She had specific obligations that had like you know backdate from go forward there. So there was there probably was supposed to be a date deanna was part of I this. Data pointed out. She was on the show like thirteen years ago I. Think she said she's the Bachelorette twelve years ago didn't WanNa come in this position like I understand I guess like maybe she actually nuclear that was why but I don't know that was super was my assumption kind of relationship but they didn't get into it at all. They weren't like we've stayed friends. And I don't know just the whole thing Maria Weird. It seems weird that the guys were waiting it seem weird that nothing was communicated to them and it smelled to me like let's turn up the emotions a little bit. I. Think that's a good point. Also, I keep coming back to how hot it is, and so s when they don't have activities. They don't have anything to do and Clare's like canceled. Steph there's like nothing really to do believe stay inside and being the air conditioning because it's like hundred and twenty degrees out there in the sun. So it's all the being really comfortably golf though there in Palm Springs, we see them in the pool and stuff like there's not a lot to do I mean it's not into lots of do the mansion when they're the air but at least it's not sweltering heat. So you're not like confined the space plus you're not like you. Know even with the pandemic knowing what we know. I think there still is an element of like is it safe for me to be outside like you know it's like it's better to be in a in a space where like you're comfortable or whatever I'm sure there were mask rules about being on the grounds like it seems like it was a mess. So anyway, I think it's a great point they kind of just like in the dark about why they didn't have a date as head like sit around all day expecting to have activities and then clearing spend the verse our together when probably that whole date is like three hours or four hours who knows My favorite part of this was dale goes in like an hangs out with her and then they interrupted it when they get interrupted he does what Meena Covers buner covers this voter. He will not face the camera. It was so funny. I was so so funding obvious and. Del He's having a lot of fun. I'm happy for him this state. Like made me think okay he's Inter at least physically I. Don I have trouble reading him as a human but When he went back, my husband is watching these like he's like that's how you would act if you were like in like you were infatuated with someone at the beginning, which can so so you like Sir so good I don't think it's just like a competitive thing the thing that was wrestling with and this is what I want to talk to you is. What is she doing wrong because on one level. She is acting how a normal person acts when they like someone ancient. She is obviously defying the construct of the show, which is you have to give yourself relationship blue balls for. And like you have to like pace yourself and restrict yourself from the person and pretend like you're interested in a lot of people. She's like F that on the other hand. Is She being disrespectful to other people. That's what I want to talk about with you because I learned figured out how I feel about it. So chasing was the first one to be like this. Disrespectful this is rude I kind of like Jason said that because otherwise he would not be on camera at all and I, think around this date in particular, we're seeing a lot of producer manipulation a lot because I think that they are getting offended because they're told to be because I think a lot of guys she has implied this and I think this is true that a lot of these guys like each other and they're kind of having gone. Hey, hanging out an, it also makes sense. Oh, right because they're coming this was filmed in July and July at least in my view things is when. We started doing a little bit more like normal stuff started seeing like more than like the three people you had been seeing for the last four months or whatever, and so I feel like they are being. Socialize like really no one could do that if they're being responsible for four months right and so I like they're like is either having fun hanging out with each other like kind of like a mini camp or whatever. For some reason on his podcast, I, have default is using references all the time. You. Hear for it I don't care for it. I just treat the Bachelor football now. As. You know it's like not even like my primary sport fan but whatever anyway. So I feel like the guys had are being given expectations like what to expect of? Clare will each of us some time tonight reason we're doing this is she really wants to spend time with them. It's not happening. So I think they're being told stuff and then that's not coming path so they're getting frustrated and so I think bright like this is a result of Claire. Not Wanting to follow the process and the producers like China, make everyone angry and I think they probably saw. That things were going sideways. It had sort of really blow it up. The couldn't sort of like let the slow-burn bad season happens. So they had to get everyone riled up in in like angry and make Clarence Dale like some kind of like murder couple we're like you're either like rooting for them like this is so great true. Love is GonNa try out and Clare says that right like you as can be mad but you can't you can't hate love or whatever she says. Yes. You can. If love is the premise of the show and it's extended over a month and a half. Right. Like what we're. Okay. So what we're seeing is a normal. Relationship, right like someone like a a woman picks one man very early on and it and it's this this thing last two weeks and he's less than two weeks before switch, but it was twelve days. That's. Okay. So it's not like she not starting in the Milwaukee. She's like he's okay. Real world twelve days between the first and the second date it'd be totally normal it. Verse Yeah The problem is. As you just nailed to me, nailed it on the head like. No. One wants to watch their story and then a bunch of other sitting around. So it has to be it has to be there has to be some narrative that comes out of inner conflict and I also think by the way. As from Yosef who we've already talked about that, these are really chill normal dude for the most part I really liked them. I agree with you I think they like each other. They're older I. Think they're like the incident from the last episode Clare freaked out I genuinely believe they're like. Chill about this. Yeah. Nine you know. So I do think I agree with you I think the producers are going out of their way Kinda cutting to what I talked about earlier about not communicating the night date stuff i. think that there is a lot of producing going on. And you know that's happening. Because big. gave us that little bite of Clare Talking to her producer. He don't see. Eli could we just speed it up? Let's get it done yet it over West, yes, and that I think never see that never never see that a real mechanical piece of the show and even if they do like Rachel in her season, how a lot of kind of crying to the camera and it felt very raw. But yeah, you never really saw like you never saw him We've always to producers. Last couple of seasons also speaks to how producers be themselves That was like a very Meta moment where they are trying to blame Clare for this or try to know whether it happened by the way they made it seem like it was right after encounter with Dale, it could have been hours later coveted every day. It was just down by we didn't even see so it could have been sound bite from from her view. Yeah. So that was like, okay. They're trying to blame Clare for like what's to come essentially and? I it work. It's manipulative and you're like this. The guys are medically they have a point but yeah, I know I feel like. I don't Love Clare. I'm not watching this not like I. Think she makes decisions. I don't agree with she doesn't seem like somebody I would hang out with them being honest. But I also feel what you're feeling, which is I feel like they're doing her dirty at times and so it's like a very weird viewing experience. Yeah it's really where he's. handwrite. Clare like, yes you sign up through the Bachelorette give some guys a chance. Then just all these rules are arbitrary. So why don't even think that it's I know. Yes you're like wait am I like putting demands on her as of you we're like that. She said, give herself the relationship blue balls. AM I. SO angry at her for spending extra time with the guy she likes, right? Yeah. But. Like I can't get over brand that Guy Brandon who sent home like he sucked obviously but I, can't get over her just like obsession with her own narrative like she's just like I'm the girl Juan Pablo disgrace in like she brought it up when she was sending Home Yosef. She was just like I can't believe I'd ever have to save these words again but I would never want to be the father to my children like to repeating herself from one Paulo's as in seven years ago like she can't let go of like. The persona she has and she is not coming in as like fresh start, Clare and. I guess that makes sense like you know who can let go of all their baggage though like I don't I don't. Literally played that in their action on TV like five hundred. Hundred Million Times. But they're not gonna let her let go of it but yeah no, I, feel you not a chill human by exactly she says exactly and I think. Another piece of the show that just was like so uncomfortable, which we should just talk about it. I mean. She has a lot of Lois Zach and I think that the newest date great date would love to do that and you know she's not the the weights edited. She's not into it. Like was like you know I'm just thinking Dale actually like a great guy but I On, my time with Dale and then they're in the pool at like about to go get, she's about to end the day's activities. She's obviously board not that into him. so He's like, okay let's go get ready for tonight and she leans into kiss him and he has a taste for like half a second and she she feels it. So she pulls away. And then he immediately regrets it and he's like, no hurry like why I wanNA kiss you. So then he grabs her neck and tries to kiss her and she's like, no I don't want to and it made me extremely uncomfortable I was like why grabbing her like that? We get out of the pool and he does it again, he tries to kiss her. She resists and it was very uncomfortable as I was watching it. I was just like Oh my God like this is not okay. That's not how you. Someone and he did a two times. He says it was just a huge mistake. That's the voice. That's the voice ear saying and it was just like an incredibly uncomfortable scene and we've gone from like in this episode of this point like this sort of disproportionate blow up between her and USA for where he begins to the point it's really become super disrespect fall then there's like this. Portion of the episode where it seems like Clare is kind of like being blame for disrespecting the guys by spending time with Dale analogy third portion of date is. About questions of sense in which like. Clare's absolutely has has the right to say no, and she should be respected in what he did was really uncomfortable and inappropriate, but then incentive the just sending him home right away after that like, Hey, dude, that was an okay Clare's comfortable need to leave. They had him stay get ready for the evening date and then Chris Harrison comes on to like say you have to leave. It's just like why do they need to have those extra hours and so it's like obviously, Claire is fully in the right fear. Also her decision went so much sandwich. They should go within then having the show like stage this guy's. Dramatic anyway, no, it like puts this weird sort of like disregard of the question of consent into this conversation and it's like it's so maddening and I don't want to downplay what happened between them but you know it's not clear cut it off really well, and was clear like this is not what I want and she laughs the situation she got herself out of it and I admire her for that. But. Complicated they they don't take this seriously and I don't think it needed to be taken more than it was he had to go. She wasn't comfortable but by staging that with Chris, Harrison just makes me uncomfortable as well. The other just like just get rid of him like don't make make a show of it. I don't understand the decision making are again it feels like a weird production decision where I'm trying to read in first of all back to the Jews to address what happened. Yeah, I feel like I'm gonNA come across really like click on the That was really hard for me to watch because the way she handled it. So many wounded in the situation here like let's just talk later. Let's just talk later she just kept she wasn't like, no she was just doing the thing where you're trying to like play it off because you're uncomfortable and she's like Ozzy later I'll see we'll just we'll talk later we'll talk leader was so visibly uncomfortable and yeah, he's grabbing her. Like the situation was very relatable for me total and you saw her later in a room crying and it was really hard to watch but then I get so again. and. I'm not even. Like. I'm not trying to make anything more than what it was. Totally I seen like he tried to like sleep her and she said, no, I think she. Rate what he what he did was definitely wrong and made her uncomfortable. So he had to go I think exactly. The production like having him sit there. Wade. They gave him like a weirdly like sympathetic. Almost. Again. It factors into what are they doing here like do they want us to be upset with her for? Have like doing what do they want us to feel like she was never interested in him? anyways I don't know. If That happened on another season with Hannah. It would be played dislike empowering moment or this like women's standing up for herself and instead they played it as like, Oh, you're just clear again be in Clare or something. Yeah. Let him defend himself by including that sound bite where he was like it was just a huge mistake or a huge was understanding. Yeah I I, completely agree with you I think because it's clear that Clare's uncomfortable in therefore he should go. There's it's just not more complicated than that. You know exactly he tried to kiss her two times against her will she didn't want it. So he had to go. It's just there's there's nothing else to say about it but instead they dragged them out and allowed him to defend himself. Which I guess is also you could say He should be allowed to but I think like just in terms of like questions of like, Kim. Santa. When they're already like having a pretty murky history with looking at the previous episode, it's just one of the decisions that are being made and I think that you're right. It's weirdly resulted in Clare like getting like a bad edit of sort of like they're like, you know Chris Harrison had to come in and take care of it and they gave him like a more graceful exit than maybe he should have gotten but just extending it the whole way I thought was bizarre. I just thought everything about it was a poor decision and it combined everything else. We'd already seen in the episode was so strange it's it's similar to the boring date. Where did she really decide at the last second? Did they did she? I'm sure she decided long before he got dressed and they set up the dinner and but again, similarly to the previous day they went through with it and I guess I it feels very deliberate and now I think there's just like a weird tension here of thinking like you said earlier thinking the show is doing cleric dirty also not really liking Clare. Bachelorette like both those things can be true right but. It's hard to negotiate those feelings and like how to like. Watch the show, right. Pizza the most perfect companion to a night in their favorite movie or show like, Hey, the Bachelorette. Now, you can get a new ten dollar taste maker Pizza Hut you get a large pizza topped your way up to three topics for just ten dollars for my ten dollars tastes maker. I'm probably have some sausage maybe some extra cheese I like to extra tomatoes actually to amplify the tastes that are already there. Let me tell you. 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Why did it make you uncomfortable? Oh No I was just so long Burgess from the pool. I I. I was relieved for the most part also by the way I as we've discussed I like these guys I haven't talked through like which ones I think would be a good fit for I. Don't feel like I really know enough about her but I'm excited to continue seeing some of them on my television. Well, there's a few people that we saw like there was one guy I truly have no idea who he is not even look up his name I have no idea. He's just like some random guy who is just like. On the row state like became one of the mouthpieces like you got to talk a lot and I don't know who some of these dudes are. Okay. They're setting up some guys for like the next phase because we got a lot of J. who, I was who fox J. J.. J. We got a lot of, Zach, we certainly got a lot of benefit will come back. It. Zach Addiction Addiction Zak. Yeah. Yes. Exactly and he has a very spherical head Yes. I just feel like they're getting ready for the next phase because the guys who get to talk about like Dale or like explain what's been happening that sort of seemed to take hold of this episode, we also got like a little bit more Ivan and it just. Yes, these he's one of my favorite shows I like your telling him I like him as well. So I was like, okay who were the do that they're they're sending out those are the ones who caught my eye but I taste you couldn't get a worse deal possible. She was saved the very last second of episode, three of the season and her first episode I think is going to be a ran for the election like it's like the same week as the. United States presidential election. Ax. I said, we support you though. Are they bringing geysers, adjusts the leftovers. The rumor has been that they brought back guys or from previous seasons no. Clare eliminated yeah or wants to never made it tonight one. So they have like a pretty. Young younger days maybe. Yeah. So I don't know what's going to happen but whole this whole situation with Claire is just like she is not compatible for the job. Now she should she should not be the Bachelorette and it seems like she recognized that as well and. We'll talk about the rose for a second because. Ben Is I. Think my my crush of the season the and do you think it's the defendable position after the roasting Dall-? Okay. So I've been on a roller coaster with Bennett because I was like. Is this guy in on the joke? Is he leaning into it and then in to you? It seemed like you really was I also I one thing is if you were respond. Well to is I always watched to see it to other guys like the guy or Gal's, and he seems like, which speaks to me. That said I thought he'd be funnier. Dad Is that like the joke toward that good. The the best jokes were Claire Claire had a really good one about. Brendan. Lara's well this was in the post. Credits scene where she was like Brandon I didn't know you were still here. I. Thought You said You home and she that was brand knows really funny she and then for edge honesty's the joke about I know you can put me to sleep Joe. Yeah. Sorry. Joe And I really really enjoyed that this was none other she. Also delivered them while to, but most of the jokes per died. Great. A job just seem like someone had to like be now. To take down a notch and huge volunteer should be it or did the producer like who's really going to go after Dale like Bennett we think you. Yeah but but again, and we kind of talked about this earlier I was watching to see okay somebody going to go after Dale for wanting to be an influence or like real cuts I? Don't think anyone said anything that was that bad like. Anything, really seemed to you like a truly sick burn other than like it like Clare's really do. You talk about yourself. We see that, but basically the me as soon as he talked the time. Yeah. Okay Sir I was waiting for like fame hungry for the wrong reasons and nobody really came at girl's talking as jess anything anything I riddle there's there's no dirt on Dale. The weirdest thing related to the elements episode was that Clare Saved his pants and smells them every day. Season and live early and the season like what are we doing anything? You do with your first boyfriend you're like Oh my God, I have sweatshirt mislead with it every night I don't. Doesn't it was his pants it wasn't even his shirt, which is like Nora Nighthawk brothers last week because Ben who also got a lot of screen time this week Ben gave his shirt to in like the weirdest gift love language date and So now we know she has at least two pieces of clothing of these dudes since she chooses to smell the pants Adele ripped Hanson's a weird one I have to say super strange I mean the by big criticism of Clare's not that he's broken the show or ignored the rolls or made it worse reviewers it's like I can't really tell if. It's hard for me to evaluate like the substance of their relationship. Well, I mean like what you said it seems like he's like her first boyfriend. kind of this weird loss overpowering lust her expectations for their relationship to see like really distorted and like doesn't bode well for the future. Soul issue where that's GonNa Boring. Times. Says she hears it's going they're going to fight like she aware that she's like an. who either it felt like it is so many crazy things. Oh, you're not to mention also in the Yo safe fight when he's explaining like you know I sacrificed all time with my daughter and she was like. My mom is dying and then he cuts her off and it just sort of. Left on the table in just like. No one wants to leave after twelve days your mom's dying. That I want like I'm Outta here. It's just all a lot of cognitive dissonance based on what you're expecting from the Bachelorette I. think that's a lot of it. Yeah I can't tell if the nature of the pandemic. Makes you think these guys have given up more or less. I'm like, does this make you wanna be there more and spend more time at this hotel because what the hell else are you doing? Is it weird because you're away from I? Think it's really situational like some guys. Like I'm not some thousands Yosef, but like yeah is very weird time to be away from your child. But it's also like you know if you are guy who can take time from work and yeah. Yeah, you probably early. I was steer longer than two weeks totally. No. Two weeks during work from host you've missed nothing. So it's ten vacation. And no big deal at all time. Really. Big Deal at all. That Margaret Show was at the gas under on the date more when they roasted people because she's a comedian we both first impression about her which was very very. Surprised or credulous the fact that she was able to or willing to warranty. But again, it gets axel. What else was Margaret show up to? She probably is just like okay to quarantine for four days at the Lucky Dan Palm Springs La she probably share. We know let me go to the pool or yeah. Joe My fellow Korean for clearly being the only one who recognized her and displaying some Korean pride. There I really hope. Joe. Psoriasis today I want more joe the. On copy I like him. There's a chance. But was she got to speak more like this is like the first thing he had to speak a lot have good careers at I. Liked it. Also, Margaret Show had really good. Bennett. Where she he starve true crime pass. The only good Berta the. That was really good though that was like Oh Margaret. Internet just surprise me based on her career. She's podcast listener. She should host true crime podcast. POPULAR IBM to that. Shadow Margaret Cho Of what we often these guys do you think will be. Okay I was thinking. My asked me that. Okay so there's very little to go on still. Yes. Well okay. So I have seen this point made that Bennett is probably the closest J. J. Hunu saying Hey Hacia had a sort of weird maybe fake relationship with. Yeah. But that was a big I don't know great like. Super Weird and we notation was on Colton season two she was. Four. So broker back with her poor bungee jumping warm I. forgot about the Bungee jumping. So based on that I do feel like it's got a shot So I would put him in the mix. Guy He looked Ben. Is that the veteran yes. With the kind of Big Chin. Yeah. Just about to say yeah. Dad's military to newstalk. So, those two guys I could see I like I said I like Joe I like Demar. The soul. Cycle. Guy. You Funny Someone damage they don't have soul cycle in Arizona so it's like some local. Spent. Yeah I like him I don't think easy is getting a win but I think he's kind of. The breakout actually charismatic person of the guys so I could see him getting a lot more screen time. Yeah I. Agree with all that stuff and then I think that because we got Jay Jason. Zach this week they stick around for a little while because like there was no reason to show Jay literally none he didn't contribute. He didn't like I was like, who is this guy similarly chasing? I was just like. He so replaceable there's nothing unique about chase into this show. He's got some time the last few weeks last upset some wondering if like Catia is into him. Out Interesting, I could see that based on the we've mentioned of guys chason the loss chasing. He's cut that look Yeah. He's not. He doesn't jump off the screen to me, but I could take on Michio I. Also had forgotten until we mentioned it earlier that Joe becoming adversaries and at some point but I'm kind of looking forward to that I'm sleep. Let's just spice it up. This is such a mass three weeks so far. Let's just go off the rails and see what happens I. I'm so ready for data wrap this up with Claire Upper Endow are still happy gesture still together, which is nice is as Oh okay and he's been spotted out about New York quite a bit. So I guess they're like far apart. Sanity I hope together based on what we've seen. I'm really surprised that he's not. in La or something so he could easily go to Sacramento once say can be together openly. Yeah I wonder. I don't know. I. I. felt like I find him artery because. He doesn't seem. I think you're Russell. Wilson comparison. The beating nailed it because. He doesn't seem super fame Hungary to me I realize he probably is every single personal. Every person shows to some degree. But I'm. Not. Getting. Faking it I don't think. I just kind of can't read him and I think your reasoning is correct which is that I. Think he really is Bai's into the things he said like I think he just kind of that like I'm a spiritual dude motivator. Yeah and great I did nothing wrong with that it's not for me. There's nothing. I agree I wish them well, let's move onto the next day. Statia me. I thank you so much for joining me. It was. A lot of hack home. It together. seriously. Nandita this I need this. I. Did too. If you WanNa hear more for me, not check out the meeting times hot gas and basically anytime there's NFL coverage on ESPN. Of jerked it out. Thank you so much real. I'll be back on Thursday.

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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 89: The Perceptionists, Allysha Joy & Rocket Girl 20

GSMC Music Podcast

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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 89: The Perceptionists, Allysha Joy & Rocket Girl 20

"I want to know the latest and hottest music hidden the airwaves, George be left out. Listen to the Golden State media concepts music podcast Keith keeps you on the loop with everything you need from pop rock hip top floor, and we'll throw in news of your favorite artists concert and tour dates and so much more listened no further because this is the gold standard in music, art cats. Greetings, good people the planet earth the known universe. You're listening to GMC's podcast. This is your counting Keith. And today's museum review. We have the perceptionist which features Mr. lith- and acrobatic Alicia joy and rocket girl twenty. So that's hip, hop, jazz soul and some fine India, turn of electric dance rock, so let's get into it. So the first record we're gonna review today at least joy and her name is spelled A Y S H A so of its Lucia forgive me. I'm not quite sure. But we're going to go with the leash ah for today. Just say. So her new album is called a Katy Ekaete, raw and the cover. Art has nice picture of her as black and white pitcher black and white photo of her sitting in the middle on stoop. And she's. Alexa, folded. She sitting on stupor stool, excuse me. Then she's looking at you and to the left hand side of her picture and the right hand side and above it's the song listing of of her record all the song tracks, but they're all listed like you're looking at a CNI chart like you're being tested for vision. Pretty cool and underneath that says in giant letters, Katie raw ACA D. I e colon r a w for. So very very interesting cover like it different. So it's his live. I taught the twentieth around house in London on Gondwana ten festival singer pianist writer poet in created being Alicia joy is a key member of Melbourne collective thirty seventy their growing success over the last two years has led her to further challenge. Her expression in the product of her own pushing boundaries, female keys player poet singer producer whether performance solo on Fender Rhodes or accompanied by her band at least steady groove husky vocal tone and unique style of writing emanates her own personal truth in eliminates a powerful feminine energy learning to be peaceful giving an considerate of others. I like that description Alicia grew up listening to jazz soul. Hip hop and Rb her son is dynamic and raw real and complex as performer. Alec to people that present their Genucell for stage. She says reaching for something beyond the present moment beyond themselves being vessel for something greater always try to take the audience in journey, and as a songwriter Alicia draws from her own experiences, and the empathy feels for the world and its inhabitants. I ride as a way to process the emotion that consumes me day to day life, otherwise explode, right? I get for Lisa Ekaete raw signifies a moment in time from beginning to completion of creating this music. It has been a chance to express a deeper more personal side of self to take full control of the vision and the music this record has allowed me to dive deeply into my creative expression. And is just the beginning to album features members of thirty seventy the collective born from the credit music scene in Melbourne. All show you believe I play both solo or with my thirty seventy family. Henry Hicks, ziggys Geist, Josh Kelley and danika Smith. I feel super blessed to have met this crew we've been planning to give it now for four years. And for me this record just another extension of the thirty seventy the thirty seventy collective constantly unraveling and branching out just a heartfelt mix of love and power of desire and wonder anger and faith hope for change that underpins Katie raw and Mike salacious joy out as a future star telling her tales and spreading her wings to bring the joys of life to us. All. I like that description really cool. Yeah. I like that great way to describe her as an artist. Let me give you my take on what I heard. So the first track is called on the record is f NFL. It starts off with Phinda Rhodes south. He's along with joy harmonizing in the background. You can also hear computer scientists in the background become atmospherics and sound thumping baseline unfolds. Accompany the base jump simple rhythm pattern. Percussion wise. The music pays has a quick pace group to it. The Fender Rhodes keys and bass navigate the song the baseline plays a jazzy rhythm. That drives the song. You can hear the computer sound the atmosphere in out of the song in a faint background the song slows down the temple the baseline slows down and changes rhythm while the drums focus on bass German rim. Stare combo the mayor then resumes for a few measures. And the slowdown bridge resumes again for a moment to key slowdown and the rhythm. And so does the base. It's the opening groove slowdown dramatically the computer atmospherics more president this point f NFL ends in the baseline and at masseur IX songs about mother earth being destroyed by the read an arrogance of man, burn down the trees in the forces Kimmy mother earth, the song's about how man will not appreciate all the mother earth is until he has destroyed it. That's my take on the lyrics. A read them. Listen to the song. I here's here. Either lyrics waken colors red of mine days gone by and smokers. Hayes thoughts to ground with lost time from teeny tiny speck of Imber and Gough Naudet fall. Birch and cherry wood layer dread in their hands as she swings. Really over would. Of course, don't take her away. I know better than you better than you don't take her away. I know Bevin you better than you. Don't take her away. I know better than you better than you. You left me in slaved? Second verse lights rise darker now in fearless rage. Softly, as she cries, my heart, and rage, and they're glowing greed burst through this earth for those marked by love. They're the ones that burn course, don't take her away and Obama than you better than you don't take her away. I know better than you better than you don't take her away. I know better than you better than you. You left me in slave, and it has the show for when light infers and smoking hills there, we will be grateful of our place in this twisty universe. I mean, that's just the first song. So the next track. I wanna talk about his called eagle starts off with a snare. Drum intro, followed by keys, accompanied by base by base and bass drum. There's like a jingling bell noise. Saint in with the bass drum the pace of this song. Slow almost ready calypso-like the baseline has a smooth groove that sound slightly muffled undistracted leash Ajoy rhymes to insert of singing. Although she does sing the chorus there. There are slight laser like Saudi atmospherics that can be heard in the background towards the end of the song. The roads keys have a slight funky church like organ sound throughout the song, the keys drums and bass navigate the song. The melody on. The track is repetitive yet smooth and funky. It has a less more fuel that works. The lyrics are little too abstract. But otherwise the song delivers in feeling from what I can gather this track about an ego who has to leave her Nasr because of all the pollution that man is created her suffering won't be for long because she will no doubt be born slash reincarnated into a new life. So here's the lyrics to the song eagle? They'll never know. They'll never know. Ours is penetrate to the heat of the skies for she's preoccupied with green field in mind from dusk to dawn back again. She breeze this chronic man's existence. Leading to weakness feathered wings expand for she must leave her world is jaded with pain consume it all in her name. She must not depart this place from sky future gray as talents retract soon. Gravity will shake away for man's hands cleaned from birth to light in in unconsciousness. They will fade while my third is released to the sky achievement from the rough tethered wings dawn to dusk. I am reborn renewed regained her nyah wake learning to give more than we take. But where did you get the right to thinking you could take this from her? The never know they'll never know. Swallow me as the last track. I wanna talk about in this record. It starts off with a percussion. That sounds like a cross between maracas and Castanon. It's the Fender Rhodes follows the percussion along with the bass and saxophone the John's are based John middle middle. Tom heavy. The saxophone has breezy feel to it's play additional keys that sound a little clarinetist come in and out of the song the base infant erodes anchor the song once again lurks that are too abstract grape production, otherwise from what I can get it. This is about wanting a love that will swallow. You whole you think he may want it. But it may be too much. Yeah. Yeah. So. You know, it's like the same be careful what you wish for. What you think you want? What happens when you get it? Sometimes. Beca blow up your face. So here's the the lyrics. Swamy? I've just been waiting for this love to swallow me swallow, me just breath. Left-wing our hands to swallow me swallow me reaching a state of level head to chrome inside of you to swallow me swallow me swallow me swallow me I'll shatter in this growing fight fight. Just a light left to them for her sake. Ship left to swallow me swallow me for courteous, and we've are my need only to drown in to swallow me. Swallow, me swallow me swallow me so shatter in this growing fight fight. Fight fight. Your love will swallow me. So Alicia joys. Ekaete raw is a jazz saw record with touch of hip hop with things on raw, motions, insecurity, selfishness, honesty. Love pain environmentalism anthem there. Ganic jazz saw production is almost flawless some tracks. Alicia Soule's vocals with jazz style production. Sometimes get lost in the background to our own great production like on the track honesty, where she Ryan instead of seeing the vocals on that track needs to be raised to the front tab it more. So that so that you can really hear what she has to say. Otherwise, the album is layered feelings that will move musically. Some call this record, Neil soul jazz. I say it's a great contemporary jazz with assault of Oakland that should be played on jazz and urban radio stations. Production-wise the album. Really is that good? On a scale of one to ten with one being the worst intend being the best. I record a seven out of ten my favorite tracks are F F L honesty. No, your power, desire, doom eagle and swallow me. So really good record. And I also want to let you guys know that at least joy is touring so on April twentieth. She'll be the theatre Royal Academy show, you a may fifteenth should be yes. In Manchester England. On may sixteen should be at the head your house and Leeds. United Kingdom may seventeenth at the which is a Friday. The exa while in London England. And then on Wednesday June fifth trip hits NICKY Pete's in Edinburgh. United Kingdom and Thursday June sixth the hug empire and Glasgow. Scotland I believe United Kingdom and Saturday, June eighth club, forty-three and Preston. United kingdom. So very cool. So she's so greatly hurt the state's that'd be real cool. So we'll see what happens and she did do video for selfish, by the way, as you can try that out can see her website on YouTube. Actually, I got this record and turned onto from band camp. That's why I found this record. So and it is actually one of those records is available on vinyl and CD. So and digital of course. So check that out once again unleash Ajoy, Katie raw. So yeah, they're album. Does you know, it's filled with Ryan, oceans, definitely. So has very cool organic jazz feel to it. Like, there's not you just don't hear too many. Jazz vocalist anymore. It's just almost like it's a thing of the past. So, but yeah, you can actually here. Her influences earn be soul and hip hop. I mean, they're in here too. So like I said it's easy has record played on urban radio and jazz radio. So and again, so pick up that record to great album at least joy, Katie raw seventy ten to. And we'll be back with more of us after this break. Always on the go. But the day just will be more without your Hollywood, Vince, flip Golden State media concepts that are ten podcast take care of that. And all inclusive look of pop culture. Let's you listen to Golden State me the concepts podcast. Katherine Keith him. We just finished a review on Alicia joys, Katie raw and talk about the perceptionist. So the perceptionist is an American hip hop duo from Boston Massachusetts, the group initially had three members Mr. life with us. I LAF acrobatic that's their K at the in his name is spelled AK our OB AT, I and DJ facts one it's facts as an F keep FA K T S, and then oh any retired. He retired in the group in two thousand sixteen DJ facts, one retired in two thousand sixteen the group was signed to the to the definitive jugs label def jugs in two thousand and five. The trio released an album black dialogue that great record. Actually in two thousand seventeen they released their second album resolution, Mr. lip and acrobatic has only two members of the group performing on that album. So. Now there are three now. There's just too so. Yeah. DJ facts one left producer DJ. He was two thousand four to two thousand sixteen so and and presidents acrobatic missile if you go so this is. This is called low resolution, the patent lack remix us. So as you know last year, we did review their album resolution, and this is a remixed retu- version of their album, and that's really interesting. So the cover our has. So the initial cover for resolution had two of them on the front and a black and white cover for this remix album. It's the two of them standing Sabah side. And it's a great like color. Australian both of them very vivid out because excellent actually standing with their hands in the air. Acrobatic has his hands. Pointing towards him and missile has his hands pointing away from him about to cast a spell on you. Michelle is about the cash spill in acrobatics to contra spell, it's pretty cool actually look at it actually be a Koci recover while the it. The perceptionist return last year with their first new album in years, the official release led to a tour and even an appearance on NPR's tiny desk concert with the live band. But for two thousand eighteen they wanted to to rough edges up and revisit it inter patent lock. And he spells his name AT in ELO C K E pattern had produced a pair of tracks on the original record there were fan favorites. So he seemed like a natural choice to rework seven of the album's tracks on top of that patent mister Lebanon about it created an Italian fresh new joint tall called bait. The result is low resolution in track long record that brings resolution into completely different light. So. Yeah. So this whole remix out miss British by patent lock. Vocals are by receptionist, Mr. Levin acrobatic, so. And we'll talk about the first track. I wanna talk about is called a different light. To Pat might mix starts off with acoustic piano with muffled, boom, bap style NBC drums, you can hear a sample of C in the background saying what the hell you think. I live for a sample. Sounds like it's coming off a record being played as you can hear the needle on the record itself. The Kucic piano muffled, boom, bap style. NPC drums, navigate the song. The rhythm is slow mellow yet intense subtlety. The acoustic piano notes are somber yet soft. Melody with a slow and compelling feel Mr. acrobatic bear, better soul in regards to how they feel about betrayals they receive from people that used to care about towards the end of the song and the melody changes completely the keys to a higher active and the melody is faster you can hear reverse around. The key the keys arrangement the jumps are much slower pace. Atmospherics pop in with the new cure. Enjoyment being played backwards. Or at least sounding like it is this is about how in both Mr. live anchor bag each came close to death people just judge them. And try to take advantage situations. So conference became vultures circling in for the kill. So here's the lyrics from this track from the song caught a different light. And still have. This is me right now. No poetry Shrout may be on the brink of death, except the beat was pumping loud and told me it hold it. Hold me through darkness of times to doctors through the darkest of times. If I want to live all I had to do was start to rhyme. I thought about it no words came. But those birds came vultures circled overhead they can surely dead. I asked them when it take it from here. The beat was gone. On it left behind was his snare symbolic. I never was an alcoholic never screwed with hard drugs. Nearly overdosed on love. That's my fault. Vall vices to claim. Took a real hard fall is seems I'll never be the same. How can I separate the lessons from pain? How can I shake this? Erie vibe feeling drained if the pass Holt fire and the future's unclear somebody tell me why am I going from here? While the crucify me for toughest era my life. That's all right. This is the course. Thought the world of you. But now, I see you in a different light. That's all right. Wanna crucify me for the toughest in my life? That's all right thought the world of you. But now, I see you in a different light. That's all right now acrobatic comes in verse two. I don't need to call your name out. I ain't trying to embarrass you. This is not about revenge. It's more about your character or lack thereof. Step back there, bro. How can you? Call someone a friend and then attack their love a map potential death bed hooked up to machines. And things you text my girl a message Swedish things Saint time. You look you. Look me, right. My face in vise trying to single life when I left wretched place. You tried to get me at my lowest moment funny. How those we call our friends often quickly become opponents vultures circled overhead. They can surely dead. But always bit. Anac the burly dread. Now, all healed up Straub ever before would have blitz back win. But I ain't play the war. No more above all the melodrama when they go logo. Hi, Michelle Obama. I like that. I like that. And then of course, wanna crucify me for toughest, Erin my life. That's all right thought the world of you. But now, I see you in a different light. That's all right. Wanna crucify me for toughest, Erin my life. That's all right. The world of you. But now, I see you in a different light. That's all right. So I mean that is. It's a great song. He never really hear operas talk about. How how close they came to death? And how. The people around them thought they could count on just weren't really there. It's a different perspective. It's cool to hear it. So the next trek on talk about his call. Let me find out Pat mix remix us from padlock starts off with the computers last futuristic sound a wrapped around drums tambourines and features to computers on effect. He's the jumps have a snare slash bass drum jingling Tamarine like sound. It's in sync with the jump program in rhythm. There are keys that are playing in a low activist sound very cinematic medicine for whatever reason when I hit his keyboard arrangement. It reminds me of like the jaaz motion picture score. Like, I said very cinematic and sound which is a good thing because you don't usually get type of sound hip hop production. Patent lack is impressive with his production. The cinematic keys and drum programming anchor. The song you can hear little rhythm guitar slide in and out in the background. Of the song as well as atmosphere IX, this song's about the fear that acrobatic Mr. live have of new technology Tenny both of them into cyborgs against their will big brother taking where humanity while microchip at a time. Why am I human race down to leave my mind? They both know something is wrong. So now, it's time to figure out if they can. Let me find out. So here the lyrics to the song. Let me find out these thoughts escaping my mind. Now, let me find out. Let me find out wanted me to go the blind route two timed out. Let me find out any find out. How these thoughts scaping my mind? Now, let me found out. Let me find out wanted me to go the blind route two timed out. Let me find out. Let me find out the stars escaping. My brain, my government names been cleaned. I'm a carbon copy that was stored on floppy the walking autopsy out with no heartbeat zombie when they're caught me tech drone with chip in my neck bone online waiting for the next phone top to get home. I'm about to get cloned. The people back home off. It was funny. Till they seen it for themselves on their iphone twenties. See we thought all we had to fear was greed and money, but technology got us all hooked dummies. Am I man or an Android a fly lowered or a cyborg is starting to become clear when I look in the mirror that this fear of living developing within me isn't my thought and chorus these thoughts skipping my mind now when you find out let me find out wanted me to go the blind route two timed out let me find out let me find out how he's escaping my mind. Now, let me find out let me find out wanted me to go the Bleier out, Tom timed out. Let me find out. Let me find out verse to microchip implanted in my hip got me feel like an alien bit landed ship pro my frontal lobe, I'm standing here quipped with abilities to flip. But I can't get a grip on a regular on regular crap. Censor. I'm about to dodge competitors wit hit them with something that never forget deep. Program. Roll up a hell of a spliff and smoke master Cush at the edge of a cliff its inception. But I slept in Iowa open a bomb H-Bomb. Maybe I'm napalm NASA owned plasma chrome t two t three written. Not leaves turn on your TV. Cmih three without the glasses ashes blasters. So you neighbors here this fear? This wonder what that glare is wonder what the year is. And of course, these thoughts, escaped my mind. Now, let me find out let me find out wanted me to go the blackout to time. Now, let me find out let me find out how to keep my mind. Now, let me find out. Let me find out wanted me to go the blind route timed out let me find out. Let me find out. And then so the last time I wanna talk about experts actually the last time on this remix record. It's called free at last and other patent lot mixed. The whole thing is Pat marks on the already said that. It starts off with more, cinematic keys and elastic Sonning base. There's also a vocal sample of a man talking about how we are not yet free. You hear record needle plane in the background the cinematic keys that are playing sound like the string section of an orchestral. Of an of an orchestra playing the same high. No on at once excuse me, the strings that. I'm talking about definitely solid. They came from synthesizer when the drums kick in. They are base middle. Tom heavy. There are also laser sound effects echo. In of the song. This song has a really cool sci-fi effect to its production. One of my favorite songs on the record, actually, the keys and the elastic base. Navigate the song. Yeah. The base has an elastic feel to it. This song's about being black America and dealing with racism, and poverty, the song talks about certain ways of dealing with the diversity that you face, and how you can get free from the versity while ways through the music, you create as a scene from one MC's is and the other is from having open line of communication in your community as seeing from another emcees is alive communication that becomes so strong that it may even spark revolution. That is needed to get that freedom. So here's the song lyrics to we are free at last last at last free at last at last at last I first Mr. I'm writing to you from bombshell ter-, I'm talking to you from my com center is that feeling when you're freaking with the wrong venture censor, but you're into deep to walk every day. You hear a bullet make your heart? Stop talk not of os, foes that come to get you. The music is the only thing to help relieve the pressure. So we'll talk some more about the song. I'll get more into the lyrics after this break. Tired of searching, the vast jungle of podcasts. Nell, listen close. And here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching, the Golden State media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast, covered for sports music fashion, looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more. So stop blurted around and go straight out to the Golden State media concepts podcast network, guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be. Visit WWW dot GS MC podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download us on soundcloud and Google play. Once again, you're listening to state media concepts music podcast to Catholic speaking. We're currently reviewing the perceptionist new remix album coat low resolution on the last track on the album called free at last. Let's get back to those lyrics and the next line. So the line before was music is the only thing to help relieve the pressure. So you lose yourself in it to life is infinite. Your. To your immortalized legacy fortified beyond making the cake. You tell them name. You tell them name you what the greats. They mentioned Biaggi impact. They've got to say your name lot. So go ahead. Hit him with that. All time Ron made people rewind to hit more times is dude. Nice yet, he certified he's live Koppel not survive. Yes. You gonna thrive flip your style. To you're getting Grammy nominated damn it feels good when you can tell your mom, you made it for the course. To we are free at last last last free at last last last second versus acrobatic in my neighborhood, poverty is still the majority. The sheets are patrolled by unfamiliar authority this prison industrial complex sets the pathway for us to go from being students to convicts. So we're hanging clusters many become hustles we trust. Nobody. Nobody can trust us typecast criminals. That's menacing. So we still get followed around the store, even when we're innocent devastated by the usual under planning. The segregated lack mutual understanding. Afraid of what they don't know blind to the prospects that they don't have to be confined to the projects. Open up your mind to the logic. Let's expand the reward is how far your squad gets hard living when you feel like a target so the so the revolution starts to spark the whole market. There you go. So. The perceptionist low resolution record plays like a whole new record given to their brilliant. Remix production of Penton, lock it really does what things on classism racism vulnerability in moral politics. This record will relax you and stimulates you all at once which is usually quite hard to do actually the lyricism and delivery of Mr. lip and acrobatic truly reign. Supreme you know, cares one. But probably really proud actually on a scale of one to ten with one being the worst and ten being the best. I give this record a nine out of ten. My favorite tracks are hose down a different light. Let me find out bait. Out of control. Resolution and free at last. So yeah. Just want to. Definitely a great record to have looks like it's only available in digital format. I would love to get this on CD or vinyl. But yeah, it's it's yeah. It's really cool when you can be mixed album and make it sound so different. It's like a whole new separate album. I've only seen that twice. We simply with this record and Omar's the man requested by his brother scratch, professor. So once again, definitely recommend this record the perceptionist low-resolution remixed record. Check it out. You'll love it. So our last review is a it's called rocket girl twenty and this is actually a compilation from an Iraq label caught rock ago records out of a Great Britain out of the UK. And it's the packaging is amazing. It's a really cool purple multicolored book, and it's got the CEO. Benita? On the front, and she's got like these starry is is it's really nice with green hair and the cool like. Spotted kind of Spacey saucer drive out to maybe these little vinyl records on her dress the cover artwork. This is illustrative of her in the middle. She's like. Laying in the middle of the book. And all these cool multicolored vinyl records are around the edges of the book. And it says racket girl twenty you know, twenty in big white letters on the front. Yeah. It's so their extensive liar notes in this booklet its packaging is amazing. Love it purpose when my favorite color. So may already got me with that. So I I will confess that to you. Good people the planet earth and on universe. I will confess purpose when my favorite colors is also my birth stone. So and. So when you open up on the inside there is a green vinyl from Mark y. Fight for work. And then the next page is an orange, and so it's it's a vinyl forty five and in orange forty five and has got. Different the different faces of the Nita. Different color hair and recall it and it's purple label on the inside. And it's on forty five and that is of. Bardo pond and Zuza plane, and then there's the the definitive booklet talking about, you know, the liner notes talking about the history of rocket girl, and the CEO and how she found this label and then in the back, you know, there's a CD of the rest of your artists that she chose. And so this is a compilation of the past twenty years ago records and its artists from the past president future on. Yeah. On her label, and the back has a really cool like card like this big giant card has the listing of all the tracks from the other artists CD, and how you can also redeem it download digitally and his artwork this for the 'cause like anime. Like a cat on a rocket. And this girl with the big smile with stars. In is another character of Nita as well. I wish I had time to read the whole booklet to you. Because I really would because I love it when you can get I love box sets. They're always great 'cause they gave you so much history. And this one time where people can go into detail about an artists and songs and how they wrote them, and what was going on inspiration and the history, and and the time of it all so twenty years rock ago records, so let me let me go into the description like always do for H out there that are. Rocket girl released very special limited edition strikingly strikingly illustrate a seventy page hard back book uncovering the history of the label. The book includes a sixteen track. Cd compilation, a collectible seven inch and Lexi disc exclusive Anthony. Asking or is game print plus four twenty track. Download written by a writing by Richard Millward artwork by zero FAI zero FAI Zang. I pray. I'm saying right that that name is spill X I F E R Zang. So I'm pretty sure I got the pirates. But I think the first name is Z fi zero fi. I'm not sure. So there are still precious few women at the helm of record labels. Let alone Indian women, but the Nita stands out as a proud anomaly champion the underdog underdogs herself, a surrogate mother to son musicians relentless worker bee a fan akara account list. This is Richard Millward from the rocket girl. Twenty book two thousand eighteen Mark the twentieth anniversary of rocket girl. One of the most eclectic and resilient small independent labels in the UK. United Kingdom that is. Steered singlehandedly by vanita Joshi to celebrate this milestone in March two thousand nineteen of this year Raca girl released a very special collection of music and literature. Comprising sixteen tracks compilation of need us artists past and present a collectible seven inch inflected exclusive. We spoke about. With my Anthony is going to see. Based on excessive interview with Anita with contributions from many of her bands Fuca, God is an astronaut cold harbor stores. Pizer Newton the books text is written by favor, Arthur Faber, author and longtime rack ago supporter. Reach Richard Millward beginning with nita's formative years in rugby in the nineteen seventies and eighties. The story covers not only the eventful history of rocket girl. But also the teenage initiation into the music industry managing the telescopes founding shea with Nick Alpert out of the ashes of Cherie before finally going alone and setting up our own label in nineteen ninety eight. It is both an inspiring and bittersweet tale. Benita staying power alone in such a challenging industries worthy of its own tribute. She has built a record label on her own terms from scratch. She has overcome the loss of loved ones. Survived a breakdown at the height, ever, labels popularity and all. An all in all her immense. Love of music. Strength and positively in the face of adversity blazes through throughout the book allow them along the way, we learn of the hits. And why Kurt he's these vocal courts seemed to be malfunctioning during the lillies top of the pops appearance. The name including never before seeing letter from Richie Edwards of the man. She pick preachers. Okay. The triumph of nita's first off release LP attributed spacemen three her heart rate losing Jason the Amelio of the plane and two thousand six plus sat revelations concerning television personalities day on treaties condition following his brain trauma in two thousand eleven regular rocket designer see FIS aing has been given access to his vast collection the personal photographs letters flyers press clippings and other keepsakes arranging these alongside text to give the book the feel of technicolor scrapbook, vivid chronicle of any music past present future. As Millward's, right? The artists Benita has worked with over the years are undisputed luminaries of attorneys music stand up to any major any labels roster. Spacemen three the telescopes barks psychosis disco inferno lillies, low borrow pan mug y Cocteau twins, Robin Guthrie, my bloody Valentine's Kevin shields. Patti Smith Jonathan Richmond television personalities. See I didn't even know about penny. Smith Jonathan Richmond. Wow. Okay. Or Cocteau twins? See the more, you know, to name just a handful likewise to artists featured on accompanying CD compilation reveal just how far ranging need taste is and how law her bans had been to her over the years. This opens with a special racket mix of silver, silver, silver, apples, Suzy the ban that adorned the site of our girl won the labels. I seven inch from here. There are cuts. Racking girls star stalwarts like fruits and Bill gardens as well as tracks contributed by friends supporters of the label such as Andrew Weatherall McGuire. Arguably the most noble track, certainly the most poignant is television personalities are coming back when one of just a few unreleased saucer quite before it cheese accident and released here with Daniel sisters blessing. Vanita began a career selling loop slash telescopes. Flexi disc on New Year's Eve, nineteen eighty eight and an image to this bygone format. She has included a seven inch flexing flexi featuring fight for work out. Take from my Guas most recent LP every country sun. As well as standard seven inch bringing together. Rare tracks them to Philadelphia bands. She has champion since their formation bardo pond in the zoo's a plane. The three disc our house and pockets found in the books inside covers already mentioned that to you guys. And there yet more gifts and exclusive print by Anthony gang. The instantly recognizable artists behind M, G tease. Congratulations. And Phuc says electric sound of summer covers plus a free download coat for all tracks featured across the various formats of the collection. Vanita story is anything but ordinary, and this extraordinary collection is the most fitting tribute to the labels legacy. So far a treasure trove of rare tracks and unhurt stories for rocket girl devote. He's a comprehensive introduction to the label for the for the uninitiated and both in inspiration chronicle and cautionary tale for anybody. Interested in the history of British independent music in the past thirty years. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I like that description, and we'll get into my review after this break. TV has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why Golden State media concepts television podcast dives headfirst to the world court cutting wants to be on the lube of what's hot in Netflix. Or if it's not a preference. What about original shows in Hulu? We've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blank and talk about movies to street, and what show you should be binging. This is the Golden State media concerts television podcast. To GMC's music podcast Kenton, Keith. So the first track on this compilation is Suzy by silver apples. It starts off with a sound. That sounds like a motorcycle exhaust slash engineers running. And then it goes into the space, you computer, sound effects leave Okla Simeon Cox seems through vocal effect that makes his voice sounds slightly robotic he sings raps in his delivery, actually, a Devaux esque like lovechild so to speak. These these sounds also sound like an alien just landed his her spaceship and your neighborhood. This is looking for Susy. The jump programming has a kick drum clap rhythm to it. There's. A high wind blowing in the background. This seems to raise the pitch of its of its blow. That's the best way to describe it. To me the base has a robotic feel to it and the keys have a slight faint. Tinti feel to them. Susie has a great sci-fi outer space field to its production that works all levels because the arrangement alone superbly unique this song's about a guy going over the suit house because he really digs are, you know? He he creatively describes. Her by using food. It's a double entendre. I mean, she's got all of his great food to eat at her place. But you can also see how describing her as being all of his favorite foods slash person. All the things he really loves. She's just got the goods that. No other woman has he really digs Suzy the production. Sounds like an alien landing space ship on earth and going over his girlfriend's Suzy's house because he misses her. I love the layers. I hear in the song. And it's just the first track on this compilation. So here's the lyrics, man. I like to go to his house, you know, 'cause that Susie man, she got a roast beef tenderloin pork chop rib eye with French fries. She got a pot roast, Meatloaf, chicken potpie. She got chicken wings, hamburger, sauces, collar, Greece, or collard greens and human say that Susie man, she got happy because salami be OT slice baloney with mustard. She corned beef meatballs, red solid chicken salad. Chilly with beans. She LEGO lamb Turkey wing chicken, never spicy with with to me chicken Chow, Mein hotdog fish, dick, big ham, Honey, ham, lamb, chop goulash. She really she read it. She ready meal colors. Stick them in your. By that Susie, man. She got sauerkraut fish sticks Swedish meatballs. She got Bush ramp. Fistful fillet, Luke, fish macaroni and baked enough. She got Papa poach fish crap stick apple pie. Frankfurters hotdog hotdogs mate with being out. Excuse me. Hot dogs mate with being pops shrimp sweet bread roaster caught up chopsticks chicken fritters. I mean, I'm getting a little hungry. But the song is really quirkiness coolness futuristic, and I really do feel like a spaceship landing when I hear it. Heavy Sifi feel the production is amazing at its silver. Apples to sounds like a cross between Gary Numan and Devaux and just a beautiful blend. When you hear that track is, really cool. I'm going to take it that record. The next check. I wanna talk about on this compilation is. Go ask adorno by Kirk lake starts off with a really cool. Drum intro followed by this funky disco baseline with the groovy guitar with that it's muffled and distant the jumps have a snare kick jump combo rhythm the funky disco baseline germs. Navigate the song. During the pre course, the baseline. It's even funky, and you can hear piano keys, and the fate background. You could also hear haunting background vocals singing. Go ask go ask adorno as Kirk lake scenes go ask her door. No. I get the impression that both are probably him high and low Kirk lakes vocals, are I call it. Sleepy. Cool. I'm making it work now because just from the sound I hear or or or just just phrases. I know, but yeah. But I I call a sleepy cooler in this delivery. I mean, that's that's what it reminds me of his voice. Just sleepy cool. Even the way the background vocals late on this track are unique with their ghostly groove the keys change into various sounds with atmospherics the end of the song. You can't help but dance. When you hear this song the baseline stands out splendidly on this song. This is definitely one of my favorite songs on this compilation, a perfectly crafted disco pop alternative song. This is about. Kirk late. Asking a question at a party that he's at and he can't get a straight answer from the from the various famous people that he's talking to. So he winds up to a church and praying he's trying to decipher for this letter that he has that's that's all I got on this one. It really is. I mean, that's the best. I could do transcribing these lyrics. So some of them were hard for me to decide for on this one. So forgive any discrepancies in my transcribing tell you that up front. So here's his lyrics. To go ask door. No, I asked Joe blue something blue and a stack of bills I couldn't stop staring at the peon his shoes censor Colt road on cold rolled on bothers. Once again other thing, I'm quite sure about the lyric, and he just laughed. He says the death of the author or reader you choose I found her door. No, he said, I don't know. Why don't you go see Fuko? Instead. So I said Michelle man, do you understand? But he just wipe the sweat from the top of his bald head. I must have read the letter about a thousand times, I tried deconstructing every syllable look for the symbols of time. Go ask adorno go ask door. No, go ask or door. No, go ask her door. No. I asked the time. He winked his eyes. He said to be in this much. Love is to be sick. I looked up Levi Strauss. He couldn't find his house. I got ghost. If used by Benjamin, I kicked away his stick. I called the reader, and I said, I cannot read her. I haven't gotten idea of what she's trying to say chap, hold of the man, Jack. Mccann. And I found a tiny church. I started to pray. I started to pray. I must have read the letter about a thousand times, I tried deconstructing. Every syllable look for the symbols of time. I must have read letter about a thousand times go ask her door. No, I tried deconstructing. Every syllable look for the symbols of time. Go ask her door. No. It's a really groovy really groovy track. When I heard it. I was like. Oh, okay. So the next talk about is the son to see in the song by Pierce? I love you. It starts off with texture shoe gazer rhythm guitar with steadying low base and kick Trump floor, Tom with them over the drums daily muscles, aka David Lee, strider comes in singing with the Jimmy vocal effect. The song has a slow intensity that bills Davis. Charter young declares his love for that special lady. He lets know that when he looks into her eyes. He knows that. She's the one the rhythm guitar and drums anchor the song when David Lee muscles things. It feels like a serenade in a love letter all at the same time you relate to him as pursuer or as the pursued the song has a subtle intensity. That keeps you engaged to production has a less more feel that just gets trickier. At the end by the time. The song is over you. Find yourself wanting to be the additive someone's affection in that same way be their everything. Their son seeing song, this psychedelics shoe gazing serenade love letter moves you. So here's the lyrics. You are the salt you whether earth, you were my Pearl, he whether son you whether saying you were my girl, you are the salt. You were the earth you wear my Pearl. You were the sun, you, the San you're my girl, you had the mouth, you had the mind you had the money you were being used on me. And gave me Honey it was you. It was you. It was you. It was you. It was you. You were the moon. You were in bloom you were the tune in my head. You the go with a flame? You were the pain that I felt you the son you're the sand. You were the coral. You were the cloudy whether fire in my faith when I was down. It was you it was you. It was you do when I look in your eyes girl, then I found a surprise. Yeah. When I look in your eyes, girl. There are found a surprise. It was you. We have the sun the sea in the song. How do you and I ever go wrong? We had the sun the sea in the song. How did you ever go wrong? It was you. It was you every shoe the sun and the echoes when he says that moon and echoes sun moon, sun, moon, son echoes. Rocky girl. Twenty is a great eclectic mix of indie alternative rock and roll that a psychedelic melancholy Sambre quirky, bright, groovy, trippy, and other worldly and intriguing and compelling alternative. Indie rock compilation or having for years to come on a scale of one to ten with one being the worst and ten being the best record an eight out of ten. My favorite tracks are silver apples by. Silver, apples, singing, Susie. Go ask door. No by Kirk lake. The sun this in the song by PSI love. You pop world by Zeus a plane seven minutes by cold harbor stores. Swallows SWIFT's two by July skies. Sun is shining Congo hammer remix by Fukuda, God is in a reverse world quiet by God is an astronaut a million tears. By a place to bury strangers. Even these names are just like what these are. This is just just fascinating. Flicker by Robin Guthrie all coming back by television personalities. I want you by piper Newton and losers. Like, take the bus by ebony Reynolds, and and Razan Boyce Jones, and that think that might be like a bonus track and might be you by Bill gardens. But yeah, it's a great compilation a great introduction the racket girl records if you haven't heard of them, you can racket bureau, co dot U K. Also, find him on Twitter, of course, and Facebook and everything else, but yeah, great album. It's lot of fun. And I sat to finish reading all. The learn notes who have time to do all that today. Well, good people the planet earth in the known universe is something. I gotta tell you. It's been a great year. Doing this this podcast show. Doing all of my podcast shows. This is my last show. I've had a great time. It was good to be back. It was amazing. Learned so much guards to. Riding and just listening to music discovery music and. Just it's just been a great experience. All the way around everyone here on state media concepts spend rate much love to all of them here to the staff and much love to all of you have been listening to me for the past year. You guys have been great. I appreciate all of you. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to hear what I have to say. That's pretty cool. Thank you. And share my love and music, and in all the different forms of the comes in and just the different genres. I mean music. Good music is universal. It's you know. Whether it's hip hop punk rock alternative blues. Reggae country soul, you know, salsa reggae tone classical jazz as just world music world beat afrobeat afropop this just. You know, folk this not bluegrass. It's just. Yeah. It's just great. It's just a great feeling to to listen to good music to makes you the move inspired. You the makes you feel good about life itself. And good about yourself. Just takes you away. Sometimes sometimes you need to be taken away. So yeah, I just want to say thank you for listening. It's been a great experience and much to all of you. And I keep on listening to go and Saint media concept. She has some see Greytown here. Great shows and. And. 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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 75: The Best of 2018 Part 2!!

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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 75: The Best of 2018 Part 2!!

"They want to know the latest and hottest music hidden the airwaves, Jill would be left out. Listen to the Golden State media concepts music podcasts g keeps you on the loop with everything you need to know from pop rock hiphop top Florida, and we'll throw in news of your favorite artist, concert and tour dates and so much more. Listen, no further because this is the gold standard in music podcasts. Greetings, good people the planet earth and the known universe. You're listening to Golden State media concepts music podcast. The Chicago Keith and welcome to the best of two thousand eighteen music. Partout? And I just there's so much great music that I review last year. I was truly a pleasure new artists and Meera some older artists that came back who had been gone for like decades came back and gave something new and you had some artists that reintroduced a classic record. But the whole new twist on it so that happened to so they came back something own and new at the same time. And it was just great. It was just lots of great diverse music to listen to and what I enjoy about this podcast that I do every week is that I get a chance to if you mainstream music and music that's not mainstream on the same platform on the same show. And I think that's an amazing thing to do. Because. Let's everyone know that everything that's good is not always in the mainstream. Mainstream has good music sodas the the underground. So let's the independent scene, and we say independent and underground talking about knowledge armies of music now, especially like in have hop, Rb soul, reggae and rock and roll blues. I mean jazz. All those jars have even country in the day all have. Music. That's independent on the ground. Yeah. There's there's like two different worlds between the mainstream and the independent scene and underground seeing the music, and sometimes they overlap which makes it even more intriguing. So let's get to figure out where do I wanna start because my list? Let's see. So let's go with looking at my list of going to talk about so much and only an hour. We're gonna try to finish it this hour. We'll see. But if we don't I promise we will finish by next week. So oh, yeah. TV girl. Their arms called death of a party girl. And I had this. I bought this digitally and reviewed it. And I don't always buy, you know, sometimes I get stuff sent to me which is cool back in the day. That's how it used to happen. Record labels are just send you music promos for you to review for you to play on your show. So I missed those days when eat that many for that to come back and forth. Swing so. I bought this digitally, but I'm gonna buy this on vine to have any left. I discovered this group often band camp. That's one of my favorite streaming platforms services to us. Of course, there's other platform services that you can use for streaming to buy to listen to music that you know, traditional is what's part of five Pandora Amazon, Apple music iteens. So yeah. So all those different services for streaming music. And I'm glad that we have streaming music streaming. I think that's great. It's important to have that. But it's also important to support by the physical products by the vinyl buying the CD, even the even the cassette or forty five or twelve inch. Because when you have in your hand, you know, it's real if I haven't on my phone what my battery, you know dies. What am I can't get to the cloud? What if my internet services gone, you know, for whatever reason? Where's my music? But if it's in my hand, I always got like always transferred where I can play it. The best feeling one of the best. Feelings is going to your local independent record store picking up a new CD that she'd been waiting for buying it Papa in your car and putting your CD player and just driving off and just listening to taking getting experience if you have a city plan your car, so yes, I'm for physical music. I'm also for digital. I'm for both. You don't have to get would've get rid of one because you have the other. So how can you appreciate what what what is new if you know appreciate what is old? How can you know, what new is if you don't respecting what odors? So okay. I'm I'm down saying all that but their chest. So yeah, TV grow death of a party gusting the TV girls, endless based American band consisting of Brad, Peter. During Jason Wyman and Wyatt Harmon the ban describes the music as indi pop and something you can single onto. But wouldn't sing around your parents? That's cute. I'm glad they said that. But when you listen to the record, I don't necessarily agree with that. I think you can't sing around your parents. It's a little shocking, but I've heard things they're much more jarring. You know? Genres of music that you shouldn't sing around your parents. So they're being nice. I'm not gonna say that. I mean, some of this dark bright cool indi pop while I just say that. Yeah. Dark bright cool. Indie pop author mean all of the above there. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I did to say that it's kind of crazy. Give me one second hand trying to. Yes. So irately did that podcast where review that record either on June twenty seventh of two thousand eighteen June twenty eighth because a lot of times. I'll do my notes the day before but listed for the day of the show. But some yeah. Either June twenty seventh of June twenty eighth of two thousand eighteen when I reviewed this record some onto tell you guys that. So. Let me get into TV girl. The another way to describe TV girl is a dream pop music. They has gene slash chippy. Soft and far out feel to it. But like what you said earlier, you know, it's dark bright Andy pop with the bite to it. So. Death of a party girl is the name of the album. As also the talent track miss. So it starts off with a male narrative about a city girl. One with a chiming sound effect in the background. That was Feerick sent keys. Come in fall by vocals of the song, as you know is tunnel. The death of a party girl. She used to be sexiness weet empire. Just for fun. She would take pills or stay up. But now she takes them to dull the pain, but the pain still lingers now, she can barely stand up after partying so hard. She said, no one knows why. I love these lyrics. She was sexy, and she was sweet running barefoot in the street. Sipping wine out of a flask drinking vodka by the glass. Yes, she used to knock him back as fast as they would line them up still sexy. But she said and the headaches coming on only dancing out of habit. She doesn't recognize the song. How can the nights beginning long? When time feels like it's speeding up. She used to crush the pillow right between her fingers. It used to kill the feeling. But now filling the feeling lingers, and she did the drugs for fun. But now she does them just to stay up incognito at the bar. She could tell he was a star, by the way, he wore his baseball cap. Slung low across his eyes are beauties live and these playboy stay forever. Young which handsome stylish rake puts his hands around her waist as she stumbles up the stairs. And the state of perfect race. They would hold her just to hold her. But now it's because she can't stand up. Running for the pleasure wearing down the flesh, and she has to go to sleep now when she used to go to bed is closed because she felt it. But now, it's cut. She can't wake up. I mean, it's riveting sad story. But the music is just really. It's it's just kind of popping area and trippy. And I also I also said when I did view in June of last year that for the song, I mean for this album, the lead singer reminds me of like this school gardens counselor who's nerdy. Who's? Oh, you think isn't really cool, but you go into his office, and you see him playing guitar when no one's looking like an acoustic guitar, and you hear his voice, and it's like this kind of soothing nerdy dark voice singing these disturbing songs that you can't help. But listen to unlike. That's what TV grove reminds me. And I like it. I mean, he's like he wants to being the most popular school guidance counselor because you like you wanna hear what he's gonna sing next because he find that he might be singing about one of the students or is it a while at one of his girlfriends, you're not quite really sure. So that's I mean, that's a that's the best description. I can give of TV girl. I want to go over the artwork the artwork on this album too. It's different. See this is one of those albums. I'm going to buy twice because I want the vine, they haven't he left like I said, so I don't usually do that. But yeah, this is this is one of the rock and roll albums that did move me of last year. There wasn't too many did. But this one did it really did. I really dug it. So I recommend that. If you're looking for something different if you want if you can't keep Andy pops here asleep. But yeah, seriously, Andy pop. Yeah. Check it out if you want if you want to know what I'm talking about. Listen to this record that page go to the Bank in page where you can check him on the pace book too. But. I'm looking for. Yeah. So the cover it's it's cool. It's got all these ladies like they're doing their ballot training or practice inside the studio, but they're out in the field. And there's two. About twelve ladies night. Even be like one guy behind the second lady, and they're all like in his black black and white field. And you see the it's like grayish it's like a grayish white field. And all the ladies are, you know, they got the hands up in the belly pose ballerina polls, and they're all wearing fluorescent colors bodysuits like. Blew a goal. Rest ish. A purple light a light kind of greenish lime green. Yeah. It's real cool. It's trippy. So. Yep. I'm going. I'm gonna I'm gonna get that vinyl about that later on tonight. Okay. I'm done. But yeah, great record. I like it a lot. It's really cool want to tell you guys about TV girl outta Los Angeles. Check them out and the death of a party, girl and the whole albums just trippy. Great stories. They have like a dark fairytale type of air to the lyrics voice. But yeah, I just dig it. I do that's the I mean what else can I say in that regard the sea? And what else is on my list? Anthony from this episode. Oh, and I read it that one wanna ten. Wow. Okay. Yeah. I gave it a ten. I sure did needed to me those sultana ten on that record. So yeah. My favorite tracks were pretty boys seven days till Sunday. Blue hair lonely girls Sinica wan king of echo park and stupid actress. So I look forward to that to them coming to town. I wanna see them live and meet them. So. Yeah. Tv girl. Check them out. The see was anything else on this review before I go 'cause you know with each review each podcast is there was either three to four albums that. I reviewed my earlier podcast was doing four that got to be a lot. So. Okay. So yeah, that's it for that one. Let me see good people planet earth. On this one. Let me see from my list of music to talk about. Sorry. I'm jay. Her EP called the morning after EP reviewed this record like on April tenth of last year, so manage as a twenty three year old arby's soul singer songwriter originally from Richmond, California, her vocals have a fresh air like quality to them the money after EP follow up tours to her sorry about last night, EP. So this was like a great summer record from me. I really enjoyed this EP. I want to get discovered her in band camp. And yes, I spent a lot of time on banking on my concern. I didn't because I have I, but I get stuff from Amazon prime to I do. And wherever I can't go into the record store and just look at the look what's on display. You know, sometimes I wanna see if you cover your recover were your cover art will grab me reach out. So I pick it up and be like y'all wanna hear this? Because I think that's powerful to people don't think about that. When you're when you're making your record the cover your record is a musical portrait. So the cover show also embodied that. So this was a great summer EP that I discovered that I really enjoyed. And. Okay. See I can tell where my older reviews because I didn't put the cover art in my notes like I did later on as kept doing more reviews. So I wanna talk about the cover art for that record. He'll. And I will on second. I tell you what we'll get into round a J and more best of after this break. So stick around be back. Always on the go. But the day just be one without your Hollywood foot, Golden State media concepts that are ten podcast take care of that all inclusive look of pop culture. Once again, you listening to GMC's music podcast issue, captain Keith speaking during the best of two thousand eighteen partout. Once again, you're listening to Golden State media concepts is podcast catching Keith talking about Rhianna, Jay and her new EP came out last year morning after the cover artist nicest nice picture of her like laying her bed, and and looks like she's looking sideways looking at looking at you and this money after in. When I look at this picture. You know, her hair down. She has this grey like top on white bed sheets, and like a wooden background. For the backboard looks like Brown wooden, and I'm not sure if she's like. Savoring the morning after or. Thinking about the money after she might be doing both in the picture, but it's a cool cover. Definitely. So let me talk more about this record. Why? I put on my list at the best of. So. The first check on talk about I guess is one more time. Or might be doing talk about says abso many records to get through today. Opens up the with the key keyboards that give off like a first day of spring vibe. I said this before reality smooth vocals glide into as she charismatically ask her lover from one more time before he leaves the baseline is low and steady drives the song the atmosphere. Keyboard arrangements. They they come in for like a light assisted that that actually do deliver the song. And then when you listen to lyrics, you know, I just need it one more time baby don't go. They don't go. Just give it to me. One. More time moves slow baby move, slow MO slow. You know, I need it. Please don't leave until the morning. Let me keep you till the sun is coming up and give it to me one more time. I mean, you know, what she's asking for? But the way she sings it just just really nice interest. This is very nice and very charming. And you know, you feel like she's singing to you. When you hear liberties vocals, and I don't know how she pulled off this EP, but I really really liked the production on it. It's definitely has like I said this trap soul. Feel to trap soul. Hip hop feel to it. But it feels very like I say it feels like a summer record. And it's hard to ever hit me say that or hear people talk about what a summer record is. But for me, some record is something that you definitely can't get enough of listening to an summertime, but also when you hear it you think of the summertime, even if it's not summertime you'd think about it. You think about art exciting things you wanna do and just how great the weather's going to be and how you're gonna feel when you're real now your window to your car or take down the the top to your convertible has that kind of feel to the record. When you listen to it. It just feels good and her voice is very dreamy and sleepy dreamy and seductive. If that makes any sense, that's what I like about. The song in this whole EP in that regard. It's just it's just it was a pleasant surprise. When I heard it. Nor do I say, so I'm love with the moment can stay in. It just tell me that we ain't finished. And I in trippiness where I don't need much from you sweet were a touch too. And I'm so in love with you like that. I'm so love with you baby. You know, just what to do to make me wanna stay with you, so baby. Just don't go. Stay with me another day or two there too. I just need it one more time. I mean who doesn't want to hear that? Right. So and by the time the finish issue feel like staying there too. I mean, you do and she has a video for the song. Magic a great song. Love the Senate baseness on the way, it drives. It makes you wanna dance me hear that song. But yes, rain on Ajay. So the the EP is called the morning, excuse me. I wanna say them on it's morning after not the as morning after a check it out. You can get on on the streaming service platforms like Amazon Apple music Bank camp. I found it on bang camp. I will say this. My only complaint to miss Jay is that I don't have a physical copy of this record. I had to get the digital this, vinyl or CD. So I can just pop it in my car. I play stuff on my phone through my car, but I also play stuff at my CD player in my car. So just depends on kind of mood. I'm in once again about the balance I like the balance. So yeah, that's my only complaint. I haven't had a chance to see her live. She was opening up for jungle p I don't know if she is on tour right now. She's not, but I would love to to see her live. So that's on my list. But yeah, that's my only complaint is that I can't get a physical copy of that. So let's see if supress vinyl now, it'd be cool or CD's either way. I'll take you to one. Yeah. Once again, Jay. And I gave when I reviewed it and review that what neighborhood. On April tenth when I review that record. I gave it a. Gave it a ten. I did ten ten. All right, and my favorite tracks were one more time magic sunkissed chill. Everything cupcake. That's like mostly album. So yeah, they. Let me clear my throat. Beastie boys would say. All right. Nice reference to them anything else on these notes before. I go onto that was on Jay talked about we talked about TV girl. Let me see. One moment. I think that's their here. Okay. So what is next can't keep our Manson doubts not on? It's done. Look. All right. So the next one I'm gonna talk about actually, folks. Thanks for your patience for my best of. Sharon Joe's debt kings, her call. So of a woman it's her final album as she and power. She is missed. I will always regret never getting a chance to see her live. And we'll also talk about within the same review. We talked about. Mr. lift acrobatic as the perceptionist and their latest albums. Call resolution. This album. This was this was a week before the jam so review this album on April fourth. Okay. All right. So so Sharon Johnson. Keen Sullivan woman is named album. Wants to say about this record. Well, like about schon Jones is that she made no qualms about liking the. Oh, school style. More Ganic approach to sullen Rb music. Often called the female version of James Brown. Which is definitely a comment. A very nice comment, but she's Sheila Jones. So in bed is good enough. As it is. There's only one of her and she has definitely nest definitely. Like, I said big regrets that never got chance to see her live. This and this record cover is. It's a cool cover. It's like two pictures of Sharon and one on the on the cover one giant like side. Profile her face with a microphone in her hand to the left to the riot. There's a silhouette of her standing and singing, you see the left shadow silhouette of her left silhouette of her standing, and they're like facing each other one, and they might actually be from the same picture. Just one is from our face crop down the bottom left hand corner of the cover and the other one is just you know, like a a wider shot of her standing with the microphone somewhat meeting surprise if the same pitcher just taking two different angles for the record cover. And that's yes. Channels and it's like an orange light orange color with the light. And it might even be from the stage light the so the cover and the color of the the color of that pictures, really cool for the record cover. But it is last record in. It's just a. Just sad that she's not here. Let me let me get into the. I mean, it's review. So I still have woman is unfortunately, the last record from Chan Jones into that. Keen's miss Jones opposite director with the matter of time the song amazingly talks about the need for peace and the need for love and the need for everyone being on one accord with a thumping bass group that guides the song file by charismatic coins shandra things and it's. Our declaration of it being a matter of time is right on point the depth kids play with jazz light delivery. While giving you should up organic soul, remnants, the sixties and seventies. And a great thing about it is that doesn't sound data at all it sounds. It sounds just as a matter of fact, just just really good and just pure and soulful. So I like that about this about that track. And this whole albums that win. The lyrics though from this like, oh, yeah. It's a matter of time before Justice will come to man of time. Yeah. Before all wars will be done to matter of time before Ron's will be righted to matter of time before people will be United now mind. You miss Jones is like dying of cancer, and she's singing these positive lyrics. Just amazing. It's a matter of time. This is a song about peace just a little bit of time until freedom will mean free. I don't mean one side beating the other side. I mean, no more science. I'm talking about unity for all people while just a matter of time. I can't wait too much longer. My frustrations my frustrations near its end. I can't hit I'm stronger. It's a matter of time. It's a matter of time. So when you hear there, can you not be moved. You know? She's amazing. Great record other salt. I reviewed on here like sale on and come and be a winner. Another inspirational song. Rumors is good when rumors had like, a nice sixties like Gago feel to it. Very catchy. So. With this record only, see. So how did they end the review here? Sharon Jones, and the damn Qian's Solomon has great organic soul slash Ambi pop jazz. Where could that delivers on off runs? The size range from positive affirmations about looking forward to a better tomorrow to humility and forgiveness and the Dow's and ups of love on a scale of one to ten with ten being the best. Sharon Joe's Keen's, receive ten. This city's just another reminder of why MS Jones is truly missed my favorite tracks. This record were matter of time sale on just give me your time come being winner. Rumors when I saw your face girl. You've got to forgive him parentheses love that. So. Yeah. Once again, I did that review on April fourth two thousand eighteen so you can go back and check out that podcast. Sharon Jones, the dabke solve a woman. Great record. So and. On the same review. I talked about the perceptionist, but just Mr. acrobatic with resolution. So that's a great hip hop record. That did not get the do and notoriety exposure that it needs to Mr. acrobatic are amazing ABC's. I once again I stumbled on that record from band camp. The Sharon John's record I bought the record store at no came out. I think I saw music magazine publication the advancement for it. So I had to have it. And I'm glad that I did. So I'm onto Mitch nineteen guys. All right. So. Let's see Mr. life an Akron, an acrobat, Arthur possession, est. Their first full. And it doesn't years reflects so in twelve years reflects the struggles in near death saga struck them during that span left, Mr. left, and he spelt L I F miraculously survived his tour bus plummeting over thirty eight foot cliff. Wow. Acrobatic whether Sutton a order, rupture and emergency open heart surgery. The of those experiences force the former deaf jokes due to contemplate fate luck and their own place within the world spinning out of control. We'll talk some more about their record after this break. I it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey trombone goes, blah, blah, blah. And you say we'll help you find jobs that fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at you. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. 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So once again, we were talking about the perceptionist they only have two records. It is the brainchild of Mr. left macrobiotic fats. I believe was there off the first album. Let me talk to you guys about that cover art. And we'll go into the record briefly. But one of the best that came out and hip hop from last year. Most definitely. The first one was called black dialogue I stumbled across on the record store years ago. And I'm loved it. Very lyrically powerful record. And this one resolution. So I mean and see when you when you hear album titles like resolution, or by all means necessary or taint, or you know, it takes a nation of millions to hold us back, you know, or fear of a black planet or so like, okay. This isn't typical raff. This is this is something different. This is something special. Check this out. You know? So so much should be put so much. It's put into a great record. You know, from the way it looks the way it sounds until the way it's titled all the above all the above. So and the record cover for this as a cool cover has two of them on the front a black background solid black. They both have on black T shirts. And they're just looking at you with confidence and wisdom. You know? There's just a nice cover. It's got Mr. lift it to the to the left and acrobat on the right? And they're like they give you that. Look like, you know, you wanna pick this up. Just do it. And it hit me to just now. But yeah, that's that's what they're looking like. And I did I picked it up. I got this digitally. I in that was able to finally by the CD. So I'm glad that I did. So. Let's talk about the record see. Some traffic. I've I wanna talk about the first song or. Out of control the see. So you know, what? This is something that you don't really hear too much about a hip hop. I mean Drake is with. This guy's the talking about relationships and emotions, and who, you know, go through with women women go through with men. So I guess the PLO aspect that the perceptionist which is a great one. But you know, I'm going to go into the romantic side of they are which is and this is something that the first dialogue as well. This song is caught when push comes to shove. If features Dutch rabble or rebel are IBI in love. It's a love song. The most of acrobatics significant others the to MC salute. And appreciate the girlfriends on this track the drums and bass in twine with the less is more feel why being a cut me accompanied by like, a Parisian accordion style sound the anchors song and the romantic sentiments, given by both emcees acrobatics. First verse listen lately, I've been deliberating. Previous worries we need to be eliminating forget the past grow. I'm about elevating. That's why it's not when you get home. I have dinner waiting move your body girl. The way you do is innovating heat up the place with the grace that you're demonstrating when we're close it feels like bodies feels like our bodies levitating, Queen forget, those other men and women hating. They only see an C. So they discriminating they're unaware to how you give my spirit, mentally Shen. And it's a bond that goes beyond just penetration. And. It feels like a brother's been forever waiting. Forget the past baby. I'm about elevating and the rush from doing us so scintillating and now you're feeling the fantasy that we're facilitating grill. It's exhilarating. This is not no pillow faking. But it's invigorating when I see your figure shaking glad you chose me. So yeah, that's a rapper talking about the love. He has for his girlfriend and how he's going to have dinner waiting when she gets home. You don't hear rappers talk like that? Don't so. Yeah. Good song. That's the first. I. Dutch rebel. She sings the chorus as we both grew became one from two ups and downs that we've survived through. Let me tell you something that you already knew when push comes to shove down for you. When push comes to shove, I'm down for you. When push comes to shove down for you. Then a little while not trying to hold you. But when push comes to shove, I'm down. I mean, it's just yeah. I guess that's all I put from the lyrics, but I thought song ally. I mean, that's a great representation of this record. I mean, you got that song. And you have a song called spinning out of control the talk about the state of the world, the c. Yeah. Out of control. You know? That's a great song to just talking about the state of the world. Now, people just don't value each other anymore. This is a great record. I like to production on it. It's I do. I see. Let me get to my closing note on this album. Let's see. Yeah. Notes on this. So here's what I wrote. When I said, my initial review this record politics, mortality, humility loyalty and love are the things that make this hip hop record with having even though it's been twelve years since their black dialogue record, Mr. lifting. Acrobatic have not missed a beat lyrically or sonically. If you wanna hip hop record that gives you something to choose on. Makes you Najjar ahead. This is it I gave it a out of ten. So, but then I forget to give you guys my favorite tracks on man, our slipping on that see I may have just. Okay. Yeah. I forgot to put the favorite tracks on here. No fears could people of the planet earth, unknown universe. 'cause I still got them for you. So don't forget this can be one moment, and I'm gonna pull that up for you. See? My favorite tracks on this record early morning out of control when push comes to shove. Dirty drums, grab hold different light resolution. Yeah. Those are my favorite tracks record out of ten highly recommend that album. You're like if you're looking for something, different and hip hop. That's you know, that's gonna move you make you think a little bit just a little bit to a whole lot just a little bit. This will do it. If you want a little bit or a whole lot do it. Either way. It's going to do it. Check it out. So all righty. So that's off of that. What else do I have? Let me see see. Talk about Joey badass. Yeah. We'll definitely talk about that for the podcast is up. Let's let me go to my other list. Talked about. TV girl the. So I said the beginning of this podcast that there were artist that we haven't heard from a heard from a long time that came with new records some artists that we haven't heard from in a long time, they came with all records, it became new records because of the things they added to it. So we're going to dig into that. Yeah. Definitely. So. On that note. Let me. Second. Ars some talking about. In. That regard is the late great Chuck Berry. Oh, yeah. Sarah viewed has record on may thirty first of last year. So one second. Pull up those notes. So we can talk about his album has posthumous release. I wish we got that record while he was still here. But I it's a miracle. I'm just glad that he made it while he was alive, but he had her wherewithal. They the termination this to make another album MRs Barry, he didn't have to do anything. He he did it all basically, musically speaking, he is the father rock and roll and the king, and yes, let me say this. There's more than one kid rock and roll. From our perspective, and captain keys perspective the kings Araca role are Chuck Berry. Little Richard fats. Domino bowed deadly. I Turner screaming. Jay hawkins. Yeah. Those are the rock and roll to me. So there you go, and Chuck is definitely the father of that movement. And I guess you would say that Antoine fats. Domino, richard. Are his brothers and I turn. So I guess you'd say that. Well. So okay. Keep a real. I've turned and Chuck Berry funds a rock and roll. And Little Richard fats. Domino are the brothers. And Bo Diddley. Schema? Jay Hawkins their cousin. So. Yeah. So this record me. The album talking about is it's called shock. On the Nepad up. I thought I pulled it up and you see. One second. So. Yeah. That reviews for may thirtieth of last year. Look forward here. And here's the thing. So the album covers cool it's got to be around front cover. Let me talk about that. Real quick any go back and pull that what's again. Like, I say my older notes when I was doing my source material. I wasn't putting the record covers in my notes. But I do that now. So it's just a reminder. The growth even when I was doing reviews. Okay. From start to finish. Yes. So the record cover for this is nice. It's. It's a black might cover says Chuck on top Chuck Berry and this pitcher out. No, this was like taking painting or I think it might have been taken from a painting from a well was taking from photo and painted it this black and white. Portrait. And it's Chuck and he's got his eyes closed got the tire leaning out. And he's almost like doing the split on the floor and his eyes closed and his mouth is closed. And it's just like he's in that special place while he's playing very cool cover someone to mention that to you. Okay. So. Yeah. This his last two album was nineteen seventy nine so thirty thirty nine years ago now to be exact. And this album became the first. The sea. Hip that you can't top ten Debbie number nine. As opposed to you must release posthumous. He started up Shen in nineteen ninety one. Wow. So took a long time. I finish us record. Okay. I wanted to say about him. I mean, we all know he's famous for Chinese girls his most famous song, but maybe lean sweet little sixteen. He's roll over Beethoven. I mean, major influence on the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and most rat groups came from England and most rat groups in America, I mean. Yeah. Rock and roll was such a new phenom that his music was played. They were put it on the charts before they even established a rock and roll trips later. Mentioned that to you guys. But the cover the. I want to save out this record. So you say he started this ninety one. I would just the notes from that review that I did. He didn't talk about this out for a while. He fished at two thousand fourteen he announced that his ninetieth birthday on October eighteenth. That would be what would excuse me that would be released on June sixteenth two thousand seventeen but unfortunately, Mr. Barry didn't live odyssey released. He died on the eighteenth of March. In his house in Saint Charles county, Missouri. Let's see. They released a record on tone do all tone. Let's see. Me the sauce on Chuck sound similar to other songs bears may be good and roll over Beethoven. But what difference lyrics if you ever listened to Chuck Berry before this is completely normal? But berry often takes his old saw. It gives them new lyrics. Chuck Berry has had a good ride in the rock and roll industry and pretty much created. Yes, he did. John Lennon stated that the Beatles. He wants said if you want another name for rock and roll call Chuck Berry in Mr. told the truth minute regard. So I'll get into the smart view of this record after this break. TV has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why Golden State media. Kind of sets television podcast dives headfirst to the world court cutting wants to be on the lube of what's Netflix for if it's not a preference? What about rigid shows in Hulu? We've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blind and talk about movies two Streep, and what show you should be binge. This is the Golden State media concepts television podcast. And you're listening to GMC's music podcast catha, Keith. So yes, the Chuck Berry came out. I never thought I'd be able to review a neutral bear record. So it was a very cool privilege. So what's really cool about this record as they did a video for even after check? What's gone, Mr. Barry was gone? Big boys as cool. Nice video. It's like a combination of old and new school in the video like a school dance. And this little kid is trying to win this girl over who's older than him. I like it was real cool video. So look for that video online. Big boys off this album that saw starts off place. It sounds off with playing bears. Classic Johnny good. Guitar intro Sanchez's. Once you hit Barry's singing about one into two Embiid, just like the big boys. More boogie piano in the background along with. Guitar in the background and Chuck's classically Qatar playing the last guitar solo has a modern fuss home affect on that particular solo in was actually played by Tom Morello from rage against the machine and audio sleep. This is a great song with very cool video Chuck Berry's younger than the rest. But makes up for it and spirit and spunk. He finds out where the school dances for the audit teenagers and crashes it he wanted to turning turning out with cool dance. Moves teenage go seems to be taken with him after watching him dancing because he cuts on her date. So he can dance with her. The music video and the song are perfect blend of old school new school. Like, I said, so when I was a little boy when I was just a little boy like you. I wanted to do things the big boys do wherever they went. You knew they wouldn't let me go, and I got suspicious, and I wanted to know I was just bright in school. But my future look damn bit boys. Wouldn't let me party with them. Yes. Yes. I didn't cry. Yes. Yes. And you know, why? Yes. Yes. I knew win what? Yes. Yes. No answer. But I was looking for joy. Yes. Yes. Yes. When I was a little bitty boy. Yeah. This is a good album. I. Water. Overstreet? Verse to all the big girls with their with their two. All the bills were there too. When I asked him what happened nobody knew. But when I found out where what when why I didn't let a single week passed by to the school dance. When I first met you and I learned to par like the big boys. Do yes, yes. I didn't cry. Yes. Yes. And you know, why? Yes. Yes. I knew win and what? Yes. Yes. No answer. But I was looking for joy. Yes. Yes. Yes. When I was a little bitty boy. Analyze I if I would have no what makes a world go around. I would have known. What goes up must come down? If you love me like, I love you, Matt. I mean, I me will ever the girls want to stay and the boys want to play. So that's a rock and roll until the breaker day. Mr. Barry, you will be messed. You are missed so. An initial podcast idea. When reviewed this record talked about how I saw Barry live at the state fair in Detroit Michigan. It was an amazing time a little bit you opened up for him. So it was just rock and roll roll all the way around. It was a beautiful evening for me. Chuck Berry was amazing. He was probably like. He might be like in the seventies. But you couldn't tell by the way he was moving on a stage and implying. It was doing this thing. It was a great show. I'm glad I got chance to see him. I knew I might fear. I need to see him because I don't know how long I had. He he he lives for a long time. But I'm glad I went when I did because I you know, because otherwise I wouldn't chance seem again. There was a great show rich. It was amazing. Humas amazing. Yeah. I've seen literature twice such berry. Once so I'm very happy about that. Chuck Berry's final album. Chuck is a great rock and roll record slash blues record to album bodies love heartache ambition rebellion and confidence sounds like one of the king's Iraq role. And it's definitely it's father. Like, I said, Chuck, Berry hill rock and roll. Because shook bearing on a high note definitely worth listening to on a scale of one to ten with ten being the best. This gets a nine favorite. Tracks are wonderful woman did boys you go to my head three or four time into lattice. Darlan? She still loves you Dutchman Dutchman nice track. Because he's like what spoken word, and I was like, whoa. And it was amazing story. I really I really enjoyed it. So. Somebody from back in the day coming with something new. He left us with a parting gift, and it was worth having so yeah. Chuck berry. Chuck check it out. It's good album. So. Now, I think I'm gonna change up a bit. And let's see. Talk about some other stuff. Just let you know. I'm no one trick pony. Let's see. Who didn't we talk about? This is almost don't actually answer did a good job. Now's. Yes. Now, his new album called Naseer. Well, well, well, where do I start with that? That was. Suck what seven songs? Great record. Like it a lot for west produced three albums last year. He produced his racket. Yeah. He produced a kissy ghost. I I didn't want to three four four five. So he did his record kissy goes with. Cutty? And he pushed your record. What's called Daytona? Which I reviewed and he did Naseer. Man, where do I start? So let me go back to that review. Actually. So we can go into it. Their album has a black and white cover on it. See I reviewed it on July twelfth of last year. Okay. That's good to know. Let's find that review. So we can talk about it as we close the show out. And I thought it was going to be able to finish my best of this podcast, but I will finish it up next week. And I'll have I'll I'll have a new record a to review as well. So don't fret. You know, we have a whole new year of exciting new music to talk about so and review, and I look forward to it. So. Probably see me go over the. Got my eyes in that little Yati came out. But we also got talk about ice cube and Elvis Costello. And there's always somebody putting out something we're talking about the new parliament record. George Clinton's first album in like what I promise album decades. I mean decades. Trying to find that review. July twelfth. See is. For those notes. So my notes, but I don't see it say. That's bizarre. Okay. Well. Not going even worry about that. That's what you know. I can't find the note similar to go into you know, some quotes for you. But no worries what can just talk about the album, which is fine. Because it's definitely we're talking about. Well, about the so out of all the albums that. Now's produce last year. I enjoyed the production on this record the best. The production on this record was amazing of solid. Definitely solid C. And the album cover is a black and white photo of kids to five little young African American boys. What their backs to the brick wall and some turned to the face to the brick wall? They're holding up like one kid's got two kids are holding up like toyed guns. One up a robot? And down just caught Naseer. I love to ask him. Why chose that cover and there's a notice of no trespassing a Bryant corner on the brick wall. Above one of the kids head who's holding up the toy. Like might be machine gun. So what this album? What do I start? Go the track listing form. I was shocked. My biggest complaint about this circus. There was only seven dollars law. The first track is called not for radio. It's a great track with him in puffy or did he and it's almost kind of like the sequel to hate me. Now, they just talk about what's not for the radio. But now it's talks about black history in America. I talked about things that people may not know about which is which is usually good at doing. Anyway, when he arrives on his records. Check opens up like with acquire like in the background singing. And you had this person. Singing, you know, I think the scared of us, and then did he is living throughout the them? And now it's just breaks down some his historical moment for black people in America. And didn't ends the song talking about, you know, be grateful. There were you know, forgiving letting people and talks about why he thinks that there are certain people scared of African American people good som-. But it's like the warm up me on the record my favorite track on the album is cops shot the kid, and that's. Our style them off that song with the sample from Richard Pryor talking about police brutality with black people and pulling over to kids and curfew, and then you go into a sample of slick Rick rhyming cop shot the kid still hear him scream, which is off sample. Off of Chilton story. And that's the loop the hook. It's a great song. It's probably better versus in years when he comes in and just talking about, you know. Police brutality once again. From the black male youths. I and then kind comes into wraps and gives you a little bit of the police officers side, his perspective on what he's singing out in street, come across kid and bones. Your that song is just about Nasr having fun. On tour going throughout Europe. And throughout the world meeting different types of ladies. Without entails. So. But I do enjoy the record. It's nice record. My biggest complaint is that is too short. I wish there was more than seven. This is probably the shortest album Nasr's done twenty six minutes, twenty nine seconds. It's a good record production on this album is amazing. I really enjoyed. It is the best music produce last year for them concern definitely worth picking up as one of the best rap albums of the year. Actually. So now, it's always delivers. So he did on this record. Welcome people the planet earth, and what did I give this album C can find my notes, and it's weird. I don't know see my notes on this record. See? I'm live. I gave us album like eight out of ten. So that's not the case. I'll tell you next week when it actually was but my favorite tracks were a cop shot the kid white label bones, you're everything. Simple things. Radio too. So mostly album so fluctuate between eight and the nine out of ten so, but people the planet earth known universe. Thank you. For listening to state media concept podcast, best of music in view, two thousand eighteen part. Two part three will be the conclusion. I guess it's epic music podcast trilogy. Thanks again, folks for listening. Appreciate you all the time. I know I did people the planet earth on universe have a great weekend week integrate weekend. And as always until next time see somewhere out in space. 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S3 | Episode 72: Life Gets Crazy Bae

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S3 | Episode 72: Life Gets Crazy Bae

"The nonstop flight to travelers. The final destination. Pilots. You you. Seventy to seventy two would put an air podcasts. Support george. The mad says oh, yo boy in the building. Where what we are back. We are back. We are back. It's been interesting. We give it up. We win. Made it another celebrating celebrating life marathon tease absolutely were. So that's what we're going to begin. We're going to start off how we finish. Exactly. So if you haven't heard yet catch episode seventy one got our man black official pin tap with here. And we last episodes inspired by nipsy, we call that sold hustle in motivate or it was inspired by his life. The impact of his death in all the events around and get so we touch some topics. We had some real conversations definitely check that out. And let us know. I got the feedback. I wanna know if you got feedback about the show feedback. No nothing about the episode. Just like the visuals like people this. No. Yeah. I got. Staying consistent with where everything else is going on. Did you feedback about the show or the last episode yet again, I got mine of feedback? We'll kind of get. Is more like. That it was I think everything was consistent with what what what what black was talking about. And just in terms about what Nick meant meant to that block. He's saying Missy messy messy. He was saying so shutout messiah messiah he's a I mean, I would love to call them. Just a promoter out here in DC. But he's he's doing so much more than that. He's a co member of the group the nonprofit organization distant relatives. He's a part of a he was a part of at least price still part of a promotion collector, call team Cy they're part of all the biggest parties in the city. You know, demonstrations are a one shutout Ron shot Marland. They're gonna be on the show sometime very soon. So he's doing a whole lot. But he was the one who spearheaded that organization of that that digital at Malcolm X park for the nitty hustles death. Yeah. That's what he gets talking. Like, that's one of his. When he was saying, it was kind of confusing thing is he trying to say now that he was he was saying that's short name messy, but MRI rather? But yes from. Yeah. So did you catch the visual the visual? We were there visual the funeral. If you did catch that the feedback before the funeral the feedback that guy, and I kinda wanna touch on just in case anybody else got it felt the same way. Some people are some women can't approach me was like, I don't know if too soon fell to us told him yet. It's like maybe the conversation was too soon. Station of of what I gathered from it was, you know, some people only me will only harped on certain words, they helped they held onto certain things that were said, and that's what drove them they didn't really listen to the full conversation. So just to touch on that I would like to say just in case anybody was offended or felt some kind of way about it in my personal opinion. I'm not in the business retracting putting their podcast is named as such for reason. You know is event sophisticated vent. We try to have an intelligent conversation. We try to be mature about certain about the topics that we talk touch on. And in that spirit. Will we try to do with not speak directly to him? And or, you know, his girl or anything like we knew like Dacia did is they should have did that. But we was speaking metaphorically to the nip seas of the world that we may know. But what will we talking about? That would have been on speaking on. I think I think it was about the Lauren part like may. One person particularly had an issue. They took issue was like something about what we don't know if she how she wasn't his businesses or in their businesses like they had a hair company. She could have been more involved in that could have been spearheading that. And if you listened to episode we were clear to say at some point like, we don't know. So we're not speaking today, and we focused on what we were saying to the black woman or to the Lauren's of the world or to the nip seas of the world of the people who move like nipsy in the world. So when I was say to anybody who listened to that episode when you listen to it don't harp on the actual individuals, nipsy hustle and Lauren London or anybody else involved. Even when we said should he wasn't talking about the actual person. We talking about the spirit that character the being because and every crude is shitty. Exactly. So we speaking metaphorically, you know, what I'm saying. So more importantly, even though the the show with inspired by their lives. And that's something you can draw a parallel to but for the most part we spoke. Metaphorically? I think we did a good job. But more pulling one of the things that also say that when you listen to putting their pockets, like, we're human beings. Right. You make mistakes is not even just not even mistakes. Like, we're human beings in our conversations are humanistic. Like, so many times says something somebody who can say something they miss speak based on their experience based on what they think is. Okay. And in somebody who always pull you back. You might say, you know, what I did say that. But my bed. I would just I mean, we we can't get old three of us to get into this room in always agree on the same day that. Out to the world. We can always expected to match up. But when I was gonna say to both of you is was there anything that you wanted to clarify, maybe may have got from the left. I don't wanna cliff because we touched on episode retrospect, you know, hindsight is twenty twenty you know, what I'm saying black, my may he kind of felt some kind of way. Like, I don't know if I said that right? Like, I really mean it that way. I'm like now, bro, like where human beings like this is a real conversation that we're having for people to you know, listen to what I'm saying. The whole point is shows avid sophisticated then to people in our age group people in our who live our lives was filling it what we got from him, regardless of whether you agree or disagree. Yeah. That was organized him like he had the entire conversation. Whatever all of us was more gaining. But he was he was filling like I'm gonna let loose. So I wouldn't want is for him to reach out to clean it up. Try to react. Polish. Like that was like it had we we were actually a week after everything took place. Yeah. So we got like a little bit more information. But we're all individuals like so we felt that join differently as at how. So that only gleam filling differently. I think the polls I think the are definitely. Yeah. I think the funeral is Ike. Because of like, I don't wanna say I'm still grieving on the jury, but I just couldn't watch the whole few and. I watched Lawrence speak on her her speech. And that was about it. And now only caught a call Farrakhan, mister minister Farrakhan, not caught. And I I mean to be honest. I didn't watch it live, but I caught YouTube push not headed on title to. Yeah. Yeah. I caught the YouTube clips specifically of a part of Lawrence all of black SAM's all fair cons. And now, I didn't I I was good. I didn't wanna watch the mom joining joint. Now, let let me thing. I actually. Like. My thoughts. My number. My main thought at the Washington joint is I'm not doing enough work. Okay. Because at my funeral at this point in time, I feel like it'd be a lot of fake love at my funeral. And I wanna do enough to where it will be a lot of genuine love in that room felt like the amount of people that showed up staple center. You know, what I mean like like like Colby numbers? He wasn't doing that consistently. Like he was a rapid. So we have that factor in you have Obama writing you a letter. You have Stevie Wonder fucking plant at your funeral. These mega fucking like figures in our lifetime. That's that's putting a stamp on this brothers name before we even bury him. So that just speaks to the magnitude of how he affected the culture and even outside the coach, we wouldn't even think of like could you imagine like Stevie Wonder? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Gotta do. Jeez. Funeral. No, not now not. Let's not gonna look. But this just like, you wouldn't even imagine that. But you know, what I don't think he would've imagined that he was living. That's my put the thing about it. And I think we touched on in an earlier episode. We talked about his the respect that he gave which re when he received but more poorly his character. His brother talked about that character early age when he was like one dollars fight in. And I got knocked out saying, I know people like you tell got knocked out. But at the end today, like real talk, if you really I got knocked out. When I get knocked out like your man got knocked out. Exactly still. And he's like when I came to like, I'm seeing knit hold it down fighting over down a block, and he's kinda like damn liberal Hoed help down. But then everybody I've been watching bigs green big spurt Tom line. I've been watching everyone's time line. It's like everyone that had an opportunity to sit down talk to him and Bill with them always Bank with his character. Like, I think Miki imposes something it was like damn like, yo the way us moving and how you live like it makes me even want to save up and get even tighter you're saying. I didn't watch everything. But I would say this would minister Farrakhan spoke sometimes one of those situations where like while. He was speaking. Right. All I kept thinking like, Dan. This is like old Thomas speaking out Noverre by catching it out if they like man like like, Nah, I don't know. I didn't know I didn't I didn't know 'cause you know, you hear our concert. That's josh. He's still got it. But to a degree in sitting watching. I'm thinking to myself are people really catching what he's saying. And are they catching the magnitude of what he's really saying? He only slow for like, fifteen minutes. But the reality of it is that he says what is when you listen to what he said what you get from. It is everything that you just finished saying the dare people who come among us and they're called to a purpose. The way black was like no by recognize these 'cause he was he looked pull, but he was like would knit nit coated nip. Winning got the things the dressings that would make you look right and take them seriously. But he gave you a different light within everything. So like, you're listening to them expecting more gang bang shit. Right. You're listening to expected more this. But then a fair concert like the swallows, right? Didn't want us. Not that I was a bird. But when you're losing swallows, you're flying above the circumstance, you're flying above everything. So you're you're paying attention. He represents you. He looks like you feels like you. But he's flying above and giving you something different that you may not appreciate, but until he's gone, hence, the he going the birds going Argentina footer for the winter. You know, what I'm saying coming back in you know, what I'm saying? So always to me appeared light the big homey amongst his peers like his persona like his presence around certain people. He always had that aura. If you look at like, the double. Freshman cover gay like he looked like like the old g amongst the whole plan. Yeah. Yeah. He's very mature. I think I think like times we get people that that like, you know, you see babies it post the baby, and they're like hair there's been here before that's happened stuff or whatever. And and I kinda like want to like, I know people been posted Jemaine depre- pre posted this about like, calling Jesus whatever. Right. And and funny that they posted at because I kind of believe that. And I was like I mean, I know people crocheting people Christianity is like the big on that you want to call people to messiah whatever. But However, I think is not Jesus is his own person. What is she like his like, but this impact was eases light? Because did he did work that he didn't want recognition for and he did? And he was here he stayed in the slums with the people the lows. Of the lows and thin about it was like just like Judas betrayed Jesus. He was betrayed by somebody in his own team. So you see those parallels and out through the part of team. But do is like close enough part of his he's the guy that okay? Potter team? So there's like nip knew that guy. Yes. It's like Jesus Judas about it was like when you look at the biblical aspect of it or whatever and enter tied to the holy THEO Piot situation, or whatever where Jesus came from a retreat is what I'm saying. Well, thank thanks. So can't say today, but get it out. So it was like when you when you look when you tied to that. This is this this this man's ancestors came from or whatever that's the part that I get goosebumps about and fact that somebody else whole of gee, we laugh rely good. I'm just looking into town. So the whole point is I as a part, I get goosebumps Vaughn. I'm like, I say, wow, this guy really mean something, and that whole Jesus are whatever I'm comfortable giving it to him because like he made that impact as a Christian. You are supposed to live like who like Jesus at the member response. What would Jesus do like like that is the model? So I don't understand like people getting like like. Trying to beat up on your main. Holy rollers. You got holy rose. But honing. He is not the the resurrection of Jesus, but he was living Jesus like what he was trying to do the work. He was letting the work speak for him rather than letting trying to build his name off of the word rehearsed me, the most because I'm like this so many people that are not going to have work because this man is no longer. That's been you know, I mean, that's one of the that. I was disappointing human is. And this is going to be another topic. Tony because we all talk about like the whole concept of buying a block back. We're not going to get into it on his tonight. But that I wanna pivot of this topic for the next conversation about that. And buying a block that listen, I will say this right in this is something that, you know, tell me what you think about this. Right. This is something I've been holding onto right? Like, I've been on record saying for the moment, I got baptized, right? So we talk talking like six years ago now almost she is ago. My life has changed dramatically, right? In net mush struggle. You know, what I'm saying to live more righteously to to to kinda be focused to be whatever would have been mightily just more difficult right somewhat damn near inexplicable. Most right is getting harder because you're trying to move on China who's right when I tried to rise. And like, I got facing constant temptation feel like fifteen times stronger, right? But I always got a reconcile this start a while ago. Right. And sometime I'll remember that reconciled to start in thought is George. This world that we live in is not meant to be perfect. Right. Right. Like this world that we live in is not mitt to turn around and everything could be a, okay if mitt to be destroyed again is meant to be destroyed in renewed for you. Right. If you continue to move or try to move in an in in that Jesus like fashion, so when I found myself any situations or when we look at situations like this like damn it's kinda like a reminder that. He that we're here. We're here. We're here for purpose. And what's purposes served, right? If we if we serve purpose right when he calls his back right is because the job we were meant to do is done by we hit to impact in like think about how many about this planet like Jesus. Life was to too. If you think about what Jesus life was was to allow a lost world a loss. People to know who got is. Are we still talking about Jesus we still talk much easy? And the thing is at the time. We might we might say the world was wayward way more wayward than it was or privately is now we might look at it like a synonymous to then. But let's say for what that time was because they had all their we have Jesus answer to. You know, show people the way because they were quote, unquote, so loss so once he did he successfully completed that you know, what I'm saying. It's kinda like we didn't want him to go thin. But then think about win. Did you want him to go? If you had your choice where would you have wanted him to go? And how would you wanna go? They wouldn't want him to to grow old go out with a scandal. And people with the way he went out had more impact to way supposed to be. So the same thing you say the same for Emma? Okay, everybody. That's my point. I'm not I'm not I'm not saying that it is the post to be that way. But what I'm saying is it is. But when I'm saying spiritually, right because I don't want to offend nobody. Right. 'cause everybody's entitled to their own opinion. When I'm saying is for me. Sometimes I reconcile that thought like if I do what I'm supposed to do in this world. Right. And I'm sure complete once my MRs complete it's for him to call me when he calls me right back is not for everybody would be like foods. You did the job. They may not even know my job is until I'm gone. Yeah. Right. But when I get cold back, maybe even when I get cold back that may have a more profound effect than if I would have stayed win away like everybody else. This is my thought. When you move righteous and you start to because life you have to replant life. Yeah. You've got to put the seat. So we spray seized by giving knowledge connecting. Well, the people get so person can take it move it to another person. So I think like once is is is put in the right hands to where it's going to be passed on to multiple and possible generations. Then your mission is complete absolute. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. I wanna go. This is the one thing that I want to say, this is one thing I wanna say. A watch the mom, give her speech speech. I've I've gotten my mixed reviews like what people say life was the mom Bramble in or like. Even some some people even bigger up because like she's speaking to the ancestors, she's point it's more of a ritual, which speaks to what how do this do how he was raised. This man is not a normal, man. Like he comes from. How black was saying? He comes from a family. Yeah. But he comes from people who have spiritual connection. So his mom like is doing a ritual. They're pouring out water. Speaking the ancestors names in like welcome him in like, it's bigger than some like olym- you pull out a little liquor. It's like we are in this moment. Like like what what he means to us is bigger than us like he's going to be his ancestors. But think about how real quick think about that. But think about that part. Think about this for second. How many people do you fit in in the staple center? Doubts. Let's say down let's say fifty thousand right. And then on top of that. How many people are going to tune in? I mean, let's say millions, right? Yes. Think about the impact of this twenty one. K we got off trauma twenty one K or about the impact of twenty one thousand people live paired with all the millions of people that are going to view this online later after the fact it can replay seeing African tradition seeing black people represent tradition and not in spin debt different is kinda almost anonymous you see like a New Orleans when somebody passes away procession down the street, right or certain large on. Exactly, right. You see something like that? You often really win win when black people pass away black Americans black Americans black people in general, you don't feed being public life people in America or black people in general talking about on a on a global stay. Okay. Right. Like think about it nip sees because he's in hip hop. Hip hop. We all. Say right now is what pop coach crow which means that from America, always Japan and New Zealand people who into hip-hop are tuning in. Right. And when they hear about this hip, hop artists who died this way, and they see it everybody in America's clamoring to like, you know, give him his praise and vigils is going to make even them tune in. So they're seeing. A sense of black coach did they don't see in the movies. They don't see an video. They don't see whatever. But then they also saying what people say that don't exist in the black community family. Right. So they see mom. They see him brother. They see and sister. They're seeing dad and dad and they're seeing traditional white kids. They kids entertained tradition. Right. There's things something that they don't necessarily associate with black and an walkabout the air back that the reason why even like try to separate say like black Americans because like black Americans, we kind of like lost since coaches. So wouldn't even know I'm going to say we because there are many people who probably do. But there are some of us don't even know what type of of people ancestors to connect with or Karaj to even do some type of spiritual stuff. Like, we don't have that type of connection. These rituals won't even like. Exactly like I'm saying for the for the average person. That's exactly like, I'm from the hood. He's from the hood imagine go to one of like hood brothers funerals in expecting this type of thing. And it was showcase on a large platform. And we went to fuck and funeral school watching it. Yeah. And that's why I was like, yo I'm not I didn't do enough because I wouldn't even know to duties type of things, but the Waco, I inspired to have these type of connections like like connect me to Kansas. There is this pan African is fine. So this is where people now who may not understand what they just seen in understand. What what you're talking about? This is what paying African is all about reconnecting those have been separated right from the quote, unquote, motherland right back to that ancestry those traditions that coach that sense that has been lost through colonial. Eliza in slavery. Right. So I would surmise it to say the people listen which out bear witness to aboard witness to rather. Take heed. Take. He finds you at African friend finds arrogance somebody who who who is traditional who has that in their family who can help you out care if they're from Zimbabwe, Nigeria because you know, you got not Jane on the show. So we gotta gotta gotta get not. During. Ahead and sat out west Africa. I don't care what part of Africa. They're in. I don't care find you somebody that can help you reconnect with them form. Like, I got a colleague of mine Gedid are African essence. You too. Oh, Tony Tony ponies in a club. Tony. In another thirty. On the not advocate friend in every fucking tell totally totally. You need a eight Toda right now. If. You got about fifteen. But look, right. So definitely find somebody. If you're out there, you're listening. You know, what I'm saying what you what you were witness to what paying African is all about. So definitely finds you and African friend find you some type of person they can help you understand coacher it. It doesn't have to be the one that you you're like, you may not know your genealogy enough to be able to go back to figure that out. But that doesn't stop you from saying, hey, listen, I want to be aware. I want to reconnect I want those things. Furthermore, would I will also say is kind of wrapped his home going before you for you say, I know you say rap the jury finding African friend right? You don't have to it's to of light. And I'm gonna learn you can learn death. You can learn death. The African way of all the brighter side barren African. African learn the mile be trying to get chose learn marriage with Liga full. Liga full white. I'm just saying. Singles back week have to a. Jeez. Dude is doing African people. Doc how. I'm gonna I'm talking we're talking about death. But we're talking about. In general coacher traditions, all the above marijuana experience, the weather. Yes, it could be marriage. It could be death. It could be just living. It could be the operational side of it. You know day to day living all that. And we got that. Because his mom spoke imams shouldn't speak at the children's. Absolutely not. But. That was something that was like like how you guys chose not to to view it gear. My sentiments was the same. But like once she started speaking, it was like, okay. This is something different yet. None. I couldn't watch it. I'm gonna watch it eventually is just too difficult to watch is is different. Because into listen. What we would imagine a mom to do is to be up there. Like crying porn now. Her emotions on how broken she is. Yeah. She was up there so confident. Yes, she was up there telling everyone else like listen, if I'm at peace, you should be MP's. So even with all this going on, but she still trying to carry on that late the marathon praying grandfather like she could tell like, those values came from home home, but you could tell his spiritual connection came from home. Like that was a very spiritual woman as she shares able to I'm pretty sure most of those people left left their film, like, you know, what if his mom is good. I'm good. I'm at peace. I'm gonna. Real talk one of the things that definitely came from here from that is for me. And my my situation. You know what I'm saying? You know, I'm father it inspires me. To make sure that I go like kinda like on a spiritual mine so that. Because the thing is being first generation here. You know, our parents into becoming they kind of acquiesce a little bit. They like, you know, you're going to die some of this Merican coach, they don't want you to lose too much of the African coach in the knowledge of it. Or what have what they acquiesce to a degree? So you want to speak more English in home less for more of the traditional languages are the tongue some homes. You gotta keep it. I know I got third. Remember like, you can't even speak English at home. You just be outside can't speak it in the house. You know what I'm saying? 'cause they're trying to maintain in growing up. We will be impressed. But as you get older, you kind of understand the value those deigned right barber hold onto those traditions. Those coaches that coach those value systems in in those morals, so something that his mostly now has double his life has inspired me to do as to make sure that I go online with mine to make sure that those things could be translated and we both go through it together. Like, we both are making sure that we've learned in a week. You know what I'm saying? What have you? So as we even go there. I just wanna shout out big up Lauren because that same confidence that his mother had ad and expect her to be up there like that shoot. Like, she. She was so strong in that moment that. American that like she was so strong in in that moment that. I question if she even had a breakdown yet. I think she liked like like like. Did you watch it? I watched it. She have ethics. She had looked like she had to be so strong for everyone else that she like she didn't have because some people do that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Fill it. I I gotta take over and her being like so connected to him that she felt she had to go into go mode that she didn't have this thing. I would say based on what we know about nipsy how he carried himself into seeing his mom seeing his brother his brother was, but bro, bro. But. I got this firm belief in my heart. Like, you know, I agree with you as possible. But I got a firm belief in my heart day, if that's the type of environment she's end with her children their their children. There's a possibility she had her moment to cry. Right. But because the same piece of talked about it's kinda like. If you know, you did everything you could do, and, you know, this person did everything they could do you crack is no longer hair. But you're gonna be at peace because you know, that the work that they were trying to do they did it like I feel like Nick was so visual so express with his vision. The everyone around him if you could be sad that he's not here. But you don't feel like fuck, but she's a pair. I'm gonna tell you something. I don't know. I'm just saying this this. This tells me the power of the black woman is what I'm saying. Because what you speak about the mom, and and Lauren what they went through a how they had to take that in and be able to go out there and speak to the people says the black woman at all black when. Between. They do it all the time. Right. It's what I'm saying. I would I told a girl one time. I was like, look, I don't we don't have experience. Heartbreak do you. I gotta live. But I'm just saying we don't have experience. Heartbreak like women having their heartbroken years after years after years is what I'm saying. Like all the time. We don't have experience with heartbreak. So when we get our heartbroken, we don't handle it. Well, what I'm saying? If you're not good at it. We're not we have been through all of that. So I just think to myself as that the heartbreak Lauren and nips mom went through because of the death of the of the son in and her husband is it was a lot. But at some point in the life, or whatever they realized this is mine reality, right? Why we as men are out seeking vengeance. They have to get hold the house. Now. I just think it's the I don't I I'm not saying I disagree with you say, I'm saying I'm saying this right asset around I've been around death a lot since I was a kid. I've been since five six years old I've been around death like real death yon saying not to even go into those spills I've been around real death. And I seen people breakdown Losey not have it not get it back for years. I've seen death where? The wife dies the father dies within a year or the husband dies in the wife dies within a year. Like I've seen it. Go both ways. You don't say I've seen real getting real grief right in non times that attend most emotional situations. Do speaking about my life right now is because there was something missing. There was some guilt. In addition to that the grief was paired with guilt. Oh, yeah. Killed resentment remorse about other things. But what I what I'm saying impair that they was even good space. Exactly really what I'm saying. Is when I see them. I see strength say strength. This says that we was living Pule rose. No holes. We not perfect gave the ills weren't there. We have nothing to be guilty about we have nothing to be remorseful about we know that we put in the work. We know that we were praying. We know that we live in right? We would move him right? It your Slee certain things happen not Bauer on doing in that we can sleep in peace because we know that this wasn't done. And we we don't have that guilt without remorse that angst that anything that went into it. Don't wanna get you further into it because I don't I don't want people to feel like a big real quick. We don't know about this. I want. When a big real quick. Situation in in in Instagram and social media dome. What they don't care men KEB women compare men to nip and make a apparent of men to nip in Lorne, whatever and all. And also with all lead going on. I wanna big us up because a lot of the things that. I think that we do to me like one thing in particular. What one woman was saying how he was lighting sage for her like usually men get put onto certain things to women like a woman is training Amand to incorporate certain things, but when you are man who does his own research and educates himself on certain things, you bring that until your relationship gay like those things kind of gets overlooked. Yeah. You know what I mean? So I'll Matt type do like type do I think? I want to. Like wants to incorporate this into our relationship. Control. It said. Big news. I look we're gonna change gears real quick before we finish that once again. Condolences to the day. I don't want to mispronounce his name as good Osgood. Dom FAM family okay, eras air me as early as them. I want to from put an air pockets condolences again to the entire family, the friends and the extended friends of the family and the fans and the fans that are deeply impacting wounded by his by about by the loss of nipsy. I right. Moving on Hoda. Shake canola. So with that being said, we're gonna change gears were quick lightness up. But still get on this stink following what you just finished saying about bigness up. Right. So recently, I think is early as maybe a couple of weeks was dated twelve Iago hate is probably gonna fifteen sixteen but maybe like about true weeks ago, roughly they was something kinda went viral where there's a show on Snapchat called the second chance and on second chance. There was a video one of the episodes. There was video about a woman who paid fifty dollars for a woman to hit on her guy. Right. The woman came back and reported to the guy. That she slept with the dude, and he took it to a fancy restaurant. So now, she's on this show confronting him telling him, no you cheated on me. He's telling her no, I did not cheat on you would are you talking about? So they proceed to get into this situation where you know, the woman gets on live. You're gonna it Q imagine Q right now, if you're listening to this or if you watch the video we're about a transition to a right now. Okay. It's playing. Hold on let let's look look like. Playing is playing. All right. So what do you think? What are your thoughts? Do you give her a second chance way we came and get to give her a second chain. Let's go with your thoughts. I what are your thoughts. What you gotta say. This super long pause about the. To react live to the joint. But you wanna react live. Yeah. Argue majority. No, you know seen as shit. If you have to pay someone else fifty dollars to set a man up. Do you even? This. What do you deserve secretary? Is that what you say? Yeah. Like. Because we notice she's just point to wish she kinda like deserves a second chance in the video. If you if you go first fifty dollars show, you ain't doing nothing house a lot she paid feed off the hate on the sleep with the girl. I mean with the do she hit feed I'll hit on. Girl gone, and she'll he'll by so that's cool. If they pay fees off the fuck, that's a different story. But you get to the point where you paying like fifty dollars just to check on you, do do you even deserve do me. Actually, when we should question, you say that, and I'm gonna pick you back on that fifty dollars was the difference between that setting up a fake account by you know, people set up fake account. I don't think it's no different to light to like I've had it. All right. Where you've had somebody pay somebody else. I'm not going to pace him. I I had people fake drop in my I don't even know one of my social media accounts. They slick our by now what as a grown as man with the thing is is they didn't tell I I never found out who sent them right? I just knew some bullshit you 'cause I got on a three way like back in like eighth grade. Like, I would just talking my shit. Oh work. Yeah. I'm coming up there. Like Mazas like. Wanted to one. I gotta -ticipant Schick banging on my door, the one that. I remember it was like what was it? Like it was like. I guess maybe like my DM something like that. And I said, and I and I wanna go. Yo, you know, some joint digits. She like what it usually? Today. The whole time short. He sent his seeing she say that she sent her. It was like our buddy of hers right who slated my joy and system slick, right? And I didn't know who the person whether it was like, a close friend. But it was like somebody. She no way women's this something that do do. Whereas friends do y'all help you girl out by trying to see. Why do that don't work? See the thing is this the problem. Right. And I say this to women right now, I've been in a situation where a girl which I get with me and her buddy like me to a magin if she said her buddy on that run Yoko go see if he'll bite not known hotel her short. He really want that. Let's say I really did bite on that. I would have ended up with your buddy. And you'd have been dumb tight yourself to blame. Because you say her mission. I tell you this though, that's how I feel joint. I'll tell you though, this shit is going to happen. We're this whatever like if they're tied Titus shows gonna ever I've had situations like that where she's like when I confronted her issues. Like, I said, I I wasn't me. Did you? She said it wasn't me. She decided the buddy the buddy decided do it on our own Zion yell it happened. So the thing is this thing now because what my bro- my thing is this, right? You can't underestimate your friends. Right. I learned this when I was sixteen years old. So that's why she paid a fifty dollars. She said her friends, she said, she sent a client potential clients or the girl mock dos Roku gonna be you. And I think is that track. The problem that the simplest this, right? If your inner situation with somebody and she said it wasn't a long distance relationship. Right. As she wasn't getting enough attention long, distance wise, and she was busy all these other things. And she got concerned us a good word to make her feel better concerned insecure insecure concerned in as a result of this concern. He was the first letroy in two and a personal trainer. She wanted to see if he'll bite that a woman lies to her. The problem that I got in this situation is this. And this is why I don't think she deserves that second change because I'm sitting there telling you, this is the truth. You don't believe me? 'cause you believe a woman that you don't know that you pay fifty dollars to over me now here. What about pay her hundred now more importantly, let's say I never she never pops back up to tell you the truth, right? I gotta go down in history as do who lied to the scumbag who wouldn't confess and tell you the truth when you knew the truth, the whole time, you told a lie, and I've been in that I've seen that happen. So many times where women they won't believe a man right because they they can't believe another woman lying to them. And that's I was so happy for her to say, yo. Honestly, you are good, dude. You're good. You're good, dude. Your loyal your this your that? I didn't think she deserves you. And I'm like women understand. This giant got Yang. Gotta overflow a min. Overflow winnow understand this Jato have loyal friends that to light this this this this is this shit. Come on be not not really saying. I know. Ninety go right now. I got some shit. I say bigger I got. I got I know. Oh. Jeez. Outside hinged on. You'll matter that shadow Martill via so Peter who me right now. Say like like. Say that right. Like, I gotta understand women by the weight up is so gusto right now, the Yassin not ever do this in like Abeche. She is so wet because you said like what if short he never spoke up, right? Never said nothing. She would allow break stay break up. He's like what the fuck, and he goes to show it, and why would you even data? And then she hit him with the I would never do. She didn't deserve you. Shit lightly. Like, she got short mail that should happen to me a real life as it was going to happen like short he played her plan out. She did it and probably not expecting to be called being confronted by the building tell you. She probably was suspended. I they don't break up. And you're you come to me ask me what's up? Ladies. I got a story. 'cause you know, I put air pockets. I put all got a story. Head. I got my walkout here. Now real time. Now, let him go Hobo say. I'll be about tell what it is. It's really I literally within a situation where I had a girl that I was dealing with for a while. Right. The relationship went sour. We wouldn't even seeing or seeing speaking chat to each other for like damn like ten eleven months. Yang. I'm saying she just didn't call me in I call her to say iota shoes. Arrack she moved on her life. She was fucking with another negative breakout with another girl right situation happened with him. I chat to somebody in the middle with Hayden. And they did like this little Email blast right to like all these people. It went to my mother. My sister. My mom looking like what girl is sending me an Email talking. She's your girlfriend, or whatever whatever. And I thought shit with Hella wack, right? Remember this? So so happening, right. So it all falls down, whatever, you know. I'm cool because in my skin, I know that I'm only racking one joint, but at the end of the worst that can happen to me is this one girl who I've had had a conversation with intent eleven months could come back to me and say, are you serious like whose person Bob of blah, mind, you the person in the joint doesn't say really my girlfriend? She say she's been fucking with me. Right. Israel. I'm telling you, I'm real shape when when the when a face popping your head. Right. So this is being the girl leaves the phone. So so now one of the girls who got the Email, right? All right of now response would her fucking phone number like calming. In my head in my head. I'm like not even growing to even be like Komi footmen. Why does some I wanna call you? Right. Because she got some shit to sick eighty that conversation happens. I'm not sweating about it. So like, you say you got an eighth grade three way call end up getting on a fucking twenty something you old a three way call someone in code. I'm like, I'm listening now. Listen to the girl that is supposedly, you know, still the girlfriend, but not the girlfriend, right? And I'm like, yo SABA. Yo, let's keep it all the way a book. I haven't seen spoke been around you touched you nothing in eleven months. Ten eleven months. Let's keep it a hundred right? More importantly, you you tripping off somebody this the you. I'm not his girlfriend right now saying I want you back or nothing like that. But listen to the conversation. You want me to take in and respond to write somebody who's not my woman. Right. Who's clearly saying I'm not as woman, but she wants to let you notice she had a relationship with me. You haven't been really my girlfriend in ten eleven months. So if you mad anybody mad at yourself Ryan says is bullshit, no beyond the Bush. You ain't been playing your position actually work because what she was trying to do is clear out clear out the way, then I'm on the phone saying, hey, listen. So I got the phone line. I'm good with this ship mainly do juggle and do yucky talking. I get a call on line saying, hey, listen, I'm on my way. Right. And I'm like y'all you serious say look the same one. You his allegation. Oh, my phone is all her fuck way to my house. I guess way. She hit a beef. She think how we can make. Fix it. Run. So bottom line is this your notaire shoddy back right? That's what you are. No. I'm definitely not taking him back. You said I'll take take away that that particular joint. Our honestly say she those teeth with the government forget about their teeth tractive issue that I have right? Take. That's the issue talk about this day that I have the issue. The main issue that I have is this right? Relationships are built on trust. Right. And we are in a long distance relationship. Right. And if I gotta furnish proof for you to believe me, and in the moment in the instant that I do not have proof. I'm a goner death. The risk. I don't wanna take like oh was saying earlier like the relationship is not based off truth is based off the look my man oh was saying earlier. It shouldn't be about the likes. Yeah. She got on him. How he was like in the pitches. Mom, man is a physical therapist. China. Yeah. If that is profession a you know that this whole Instagram network is really some superficial bullshit. Like, why would you be mad if he's like in pitches of some chick that he probably would never meet, man? Do evan. Von Meghan goods husband. Yeah. Yeah. He said in a recent post like a man shouldn't like if your husband. I think only man like if you're in a relationship, you shouldn't like the postal of the women because it creates insecurity in your relationship or things like that right now. This is my thing our follow mine, but I know for sure she's like nigga pitches. Oh, why would that even matter? The thing about it is like you can't be on social media. I mean, you can't be right. But I know the average personal social media's not just liking fucking shade room. And you'd like you hit that hard and not if you see somebody who like you like, your your girl, your girl, not sounds that attend has the celebrity crush, and I'm betcha she's liking weather. She's not she's liking it. So the fact that she'd like it all that is the look of her liking the look of her like any but always going to. All you go. Wait. Wait, wait. This is where I disagree. The whole look of the look is the point. I say killed that shit killed the look there's the point of the same as this. Right. It doesn't take me. Like, I might like something. There's no thought put to it is what I'm saying. Twenty eight if you're putting if you can like something be like, oh, shoe, only got one light. Let me be number two is what I'm saying. My name to be a bit. I want to be like oh BT be underscore has this joy. Let me like it too. When I'm just saying like y'all people Lightfoot like you can like you can be at night. You can see nine likes and say, let me be the temps. Join or whatever make this shit double digit all no one is paying too. I really liked that joint. He's like body is official. I like it the whole point. I'm saying this that's another option this mortal options while we liked shit. My point is if you're the significant other you on the other end, and you just sit around at you're like looking at what he's liking whatever. Right. And you say to yourself like, oh, you like all this other bet like dog is doesn't matter. This a batter under a hundred thousand other motherfuckers like like she thinks she's going to pick my leg and blue listen. I'm outta take your man respectfully, I would say this. Respectfully, like, whatever that is. Yeah. That's that's typically wooded him. All right. Monroe vaccine now, respectfully, I would say this bid has to be some type of conversation before we even before becomes a beef. It has to be a conversation. If you disagree, right. If you don't want your main to like pictures, it has to be known the why? Right now, Maccabi very respectful and be like, you know, what just in case. My girl might take this wrong. I'm not gonna like this right or one could be like doesn't case my man when might take this wrong shoes. But here's the thing. No, respectfully because some people live in the media world value with joy going. Okay. I think people really live in the social media world where they take social media as real life. Right. A person like me, not really you know, what I'm saying. Like your life, your real life happens way, also showed social media, if they have really catchy social media your life on social me Choubey fucking excellent. Right. Right. But for what you remember to capture is I right? So here's about point this my thing, if you have a problem with your man or your woman liking pitches of the opposite sex on social media that needs to be a conversation where needs to be understood the I don't like it, even if it is for your ego. Even if you is secure are in your insecure that needs to be stated don't assume that should just be any stated out don't feel secure like this. And this is what I need you to do as a result of it. And in that person can make decision for themselves. I wanna abide by this or not. But if we don't have that conversation, don't do something that irrational as a result or responsible with. Showing your highly immature if you're that immature then settle in that petty. That's not the type of woman I want to be with because what you are to me in. That regard is a contentious white contentious woman who could potentially be a consensus. Why if the problem that would run into is that they're all subscribing to the same thought process in it means more to them than it does to us like to us is just some physical surface shit. Like, Ooh, I like that. That's a conversation. If knows that. But she might not take it that way. But to them if once you make that public then it could possibly embarrass her because how she's gonna go in front of her friends in brag about how much I'm good. Do. She has when his like these big booty, but check this out real quick my bad. Bre I've I've talked to women right? They know George like, I'm not the big O ads, dude. But I like ads right with Turkey legs. I like Turkey. Turkey lake Turkey legs. I I love. Joe? I love Turkey legs. I love a nice ads. I love nice legs. I love nice body right ups, but proportion them, nevertheless. Here's my point of emphasis. Right. I like what I like. But I've talked to girls who know what I like they'll see that. She got fed Joe Saudi asset like they'll look like short years 'cause they understand what it is. They understand just like the look of the I'm not trying to be witty some service. You know, your man, and you know, that he's a looker he's into voyeurism. He likes to look into touch. He don't want it for himself. Right. But I don't be what they don't have. No ask though. Been with one or not a lot of as and they think that every the fed has like, I'm gonna be all gotta have you. Am I still is listen, no, you're dude? If you don't know, your is, your responsibility to know, your due to know, would it really means to him to see that as he could if you do know it, and, you know, look, I love your little booty saying like, I told you little booty. So obviously, I love your little booty. You know, what keep going? I want you to write that joined now, your responsibility to know, you do that's going to be it is it is their responsibility. And and and and and you need to know where he is what that if you're not comfortable with if you're still insecure about it, and you put it in his lap. Now, he has an opportunity and responsibility to make you more secure with it. Right. And you'll be straight. But if you're insecure because you don't have something, and you'd think he'd just see something he just gotta have it. You you ain't gonna get far the relationship you you're going to be the death that your own relationship point is being with. That type of girl if she semi liking big booty chicks pitches. She liked the life. He watched big booty chicks on porn. Why would he not like big booty chicks on Instagram? That's like porn to like like, how do we walk this planet thinking like once again to relationship with someone that they they? They represent everything that we are tracked to like I tried to comp. Complexions we'll try to multiple body types. Like, you can't be it all so I know you as an individual like, I want outta mind with you. I'm in love with your words surface shit gear. I like that like that like that. Like that. Like that was so you saying I so do you want to do you feel like is a good threat to walk on to say that hey, you're like ninety five percent of what I what I like. No one's going to be one hundred percent of anything. I'm knowing that. But I know. Put up number. Let's be let's be fair. Right. You're not in the best physical shape that you you can be in. You're not I'm not I'm twenty pounds late. I want to get back into Jimmy get back. My muscles again. Right. Right. Your girl? She might be I, but she not going to be whatever. Whatever. Right. She got the split his clipper. Right. But the reality of it is is that most of them aren't secure and where they are at understanding. That's something you can improve upon physically is all visual. Right, right. I oughta time, and this is my own particular theory. I'm not going, you know, men don't really get knocked for their bodies and women only do that. And they kind of expect the same. But the they always kills me is women in relationships. They let themselves go. And then a blame the guy we go out to eat too much. But the truth is they don't care as much right? They outta relationship. Now, you see him on Instagram every five seconds taken pitches. Talking about Jim life saying body for summer two thousand blah, all. Or some of whatever. And I'm like it shouldn't take out a relationship trying to get chose to get your body. Right. You know what I'm saying? You gotta understand that men are more visual. And because we're visual. We definitely want. Our by a woman. Definitely be more sexy. More whatever whatever women are visual. But they're not as usual fucking. Let's be caused betas bay men can be very shallow when it comes to a woman's body most, right? But they also want them character. They want a good woman is. Well, right. Women can be shallow as well. They want a very attractive, man. But at the same time, they're more worried about those other intangibles, right? That's expresses. So we all are we all are impartial different things. I know a lot of women who do who got great bodies who who ain't got no job who work for shit. And they like I can't be with this. And what I wanna point out is like women need to be more appreciative to the men that can get the badge on because non times at ten to do that gets a bad joint has been with a badge went in the past. Like, he probably he he knows that. Yes. She may look good physically. But surely don't coach you don't clean. Kinda dirty like you got to see it without that makeup. Yeah. Like I seen her without like my. Yeah. We go beneath the surface. So like, what is represented to you as bad? Like, we actually got to see like Israel Unidad is not that great. I don't agree with no real talk. You don't do you. And do you go to go? You know, we've all been with a real bad doing the same wishy. Lou when she went out with you ninety four in the morning after then also women a joint look good when you went out with her at night. But when you wake up with her in the morning you like seeing exactly clear spinning tight, which is she still since your what you say that saying why feel like what you say might be problematic. Is that user saying like this women go back to your statement women need to be appreciative of men that could get the bad joint? Right. Doesn't say how that issue is problematic is like this another way to read that women need to be appreciative that demand settled. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No, no. No, the reason why it's not the same as because. The man who is capable of getting the bad joint is different from the man who idolizes something that he never can time. But I'm saying you still so that man has a woman on a pedestal as the the guy who I'm explaining like myself like. You guys. Once you obtain something that is on that top level in you got to see that. It's really no difference. Like women are women you're going to encounter certain insecurities going to counted lighten women who have who who you feel like has the most perfect body have body, insecurity. They they still compared to other women. So you like you lose that set of putting a woman on a pedestal in a superficial level. Like, you understand more. What that really more at our core. But the point I'm saying like I understand what you're saying. You're saying from interpretation perspective that clarification and give up that chance to say like, you know, what my man could get the badge joint. But he didn't go for the banjo. He went for me because I'm more good like. Got to accept that. Every woman, no matter. How smart she is wants to be appreciated for her physical. Why? She now that's all she wants from me. But she wants you to be desired. Everyone wants to be designed with me. Right. Because you know, like some both in and out. I'm the best thing out here is if I was shallow do not only dealt with things on the surface. Guess why wouldn't be what you'll be her? But because I deal with individuals on a deeper level. I'm not with her. I'm with you that same reward to the responsibility to know, your main you not do the needs just a bad chicken his life to be bad for bad sake. And every woman knows the dude that wasn't attractive woman. He really would be on candy is that really what you inspired. He needs a woman. I'll tell you like he needs a woman. I ain't gonna listen. Bad is joint can have a conversation which you'll I'm like, what are we talking about? So all badgers glitter. No way how many bad joints light. And we can go back to when we was young when you will meet them and get to talk to them. They start talking to you about close. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. To you. I'm I'm only speaking from my own personal experience. I want an attractive woman. Don't let me wrong, right? Right. But at the end of the day, you wanna woman at you are try then I'm attracted to when I say, I wouldn't to the woman. I'm only whereabout I like out here. What everybody else all men who want with everybody else? Everybody want that one. I'm gonna try to get like, I don't like no to women for the same reason. Right. Right. No woman. No woman can say, oh, I know why he like her 'cause what's her for absolutely wrong fats Yang. I'm saying, I I've dated a woman who and I said, I'm Azman who had no as but I loved her mind too. Big moves cert-. She did have man not even a boob guy. Like, not a big boot wanna when you want to invest in the woman, you wanna pour into a women like like you earned soup though. Oh, what is you got the biggest xactly 'cause I was doing. I I told wifey from jump like yo that as is perfect because you need to walk around with that confident. But more importantly I needed. It didn't matter you your value was so much greater that net. But his way always say that women always believed to women can do it a man's lag greater than a make do with a women's like. But the one thing women have to understand about minis this when he's chosen you. If you did what do who deals with on substance if he's chosen you? More often than not the things that you are insecure about are the things that he's not even thinking about. More often than not that things. You are thinking about are the things that he's not even or you're insecure about other things he's not even thinking about MS why we shouldn't have that conversation about settling exact cause if I'm a man that has options Israel session about some never had the point. I'm just trying to say like little interpretation. The point is like let's not put ourselves on a position where the interpretation becomes a reality. That's why said it's important for you to know who you wit right out talked to women who dated athletes ball is negative. You've got millions and I will consider game. Like fuck. I can't compete with this shit. I only buy one bottle. They by five day. A might go up to on a great night three. They don't they don't find that five hundred eighty five ten five ten every week. Right. Once a month on my all, right? And I felt like fuck, but then I talked to her. And she's like not I was cool. I ain't tripping off day folk with chew the conversations we have a fuck with this tonight. And I'm like that thing that I was semi insecure about ain't got be insecure about their biggest issue with him. Because maybe he was living for the people. Maybe he was doing all age and whole time. She looking at him like with the fuck donor for in the here, you go Mr. life. I'm just going around the shot. You know mean, but you've got good conversations can make her laugh, you'll make a lead you could crack that exactly. So so the point of emphasis, here's this right women. If you're insecure, make sure your insecurities are known, you had to be transparent of owner will watch insecurities more polling not even speech a women men as well. You gotta make sure your insecurities are known. They're evaluate on the table, right? The problem is people have insecurities in the navy zip people for should they don't even know what happening or they treat people according to the securities, and they like that person is totally oblivious. That was going on there looking at you have the time like what is the problem? Right talk to me, and they won't tell them. So make sure the job insecurities the things that you are concerned about are on Front Street because once they are known and you transferred it from you onto them. And they understand why would it is. Now, they have a responsibility to see how they can make you make secure they had the opportunity to if they failed to it. They hit you with the fuck it, then you can make whatever move you want. You ain't to pay fifty dollars. It has. Chick test them. 'cause you know. No, that's what he's gonna go for. Remember that because he's not going to do anything or say anything to make you feel more more secure about your situation. Ever put yourself in a position where you off so afraid of losing your partner that you of doing some dumb shit, it's gonna push show operating out of fears. The one of the worst things I've recently had that conversation I was operating out of fear holding onto sheet, and I was behaving in a way. It was resentful for reasons that I didn't even know are saying, you know, what fuck if it's not going to happen. If these things aren't going to change if these things aren't what they are. I'm gonna let them be I'm gonna put it out there in front sheet and let it do it do is not for me to try to manipulate control. And try to hold it and try to make certain things happen. I say that with this last point, right? Not the point. But this topic right here. So this guy on Instagram, call prints downhill at Princeton Yale and he had his video where he was talking about. Maybe watching the video too. We look. Watch gal watched it. Okay. So he has his video online where he's talking about men, not having female friends. He's like, you know, because as a man he knows he's very good. And if a woman finds you to be a husband, then you have to understand other women find the same thing that you don't know their intentions, so it's not good to have Email friends. Instead, you may be cool to have acquaintances of the relationship what your wife is or your girl is fully involved in relationship as well. And so when so forth and to avoid Tim tation because that's the way to avoid tation. Because otherwise, you might find yourself in a situation where you might be sacrificing your family etcetera etcetera etcetera based on your choice to female friends. What do you think about that? I think. You have to always be the man that you woman was attracted to if you woman was attracted to a man who was popular or a man who other women found attractive? That's always gonna meet a man that she's going to hold in that same regard. Once you start to lose that light. I feel like she overtime. She's gonna lose attraction for you. Now, you need to be disciplined and your relationship. So when you're dealing with other women, regardless of what they're saying how much pussy this being thrown at you you need to be in control of that situation. And you can't always expect every single woman that you deal with is looking at you and trying to get what you but in order for that relationship to really flourish to get the the the what you need at an relations with that woman, like your your wife or your girl may not necessarily need to play a part in that very true because I've met some dope as women that were really didn't do and you. Like the same as you need. What your homeboy you're getting that from a woman, and you can't like neglect that relationship let relationship flourished just because you're worried about your woman getting jealous or filling insecure because she doesn't play a partner. Yeah. So I just feel like it's up to the man like because if you're weak man, you're gonna be a week man, regardless. Correct. If you're a strong, man, you're gonna be strongman regardless so if you're strong and your principle in in your moving doesn't matter what's being thrown your weight. You wanna be able to troll it? So even if it's shorty who you've been cooling flower for a long period of time. And then one day she happened to throw it out there because you're gonna get those tests. She out it is your job to check it and really back in like, nah. That's no. We not did we hit. Yeah. Let's focus in this area. Yeah. That way you don't lose a good individual. But you still in control your relationship. I agree with you agree with you from the discipline standpoint. You gotta be disciplined, and I also believe like if your friends where your friends before your relationship remains. Friend new friends are the ones that you do have to be concerned with they haven't they haven't. They haven't gone to anything with you. Right. New friends are there for whatever reason they choose and you have to choose your friends, first and foremost, a lot of times people choose friends that use them like a girl coming alive. Oh, we should like we like you. And you're like, oh, she's cool. But she chosen you to be our friend and you haven't decided whether or not you should be her for an yet. But you've been her for your becoming her friend because she wants you to be hers starting the first step is you have to choose your friend. Make sure you choose that person to be your friend, regardless of whatever they desire, especially if you're in a relationship. Choose to be that person for an Secondly, live your truth at all times, live your truth. You know what I'm saying? If you're in a relationship, if you're involved, whatever you got going on that needs to be on first street, and you need to live their truth on a daily basis. Right. If that person disaster walkaway because you're living your truth your relationship, so be they weren't your friend. Right. If they. Stick around and and play by the rules, and they will ship and they will stick around. They will probably will stick around this OB, stay our new friend, if they're new person, and this person has to be brought to the fold in the context of whoever you having your life. They have to be right. They have to be to some degree that you're you're you're you're you're mate has to know who they are for the moment that that doesn't happen. You already violation to some degree whether you agree with it disagree with it. Whatever the case from us got accept the fact that you're in violation several guard because if they ever breaks down, this is a person that you're interacting with unbeknownst to the person you're with he's gonna have to eat that. But other than that again it still comes down to discipline, which I totally agree is one of the hardest things to do in a relationship because sometimes you think you got it way more than you actually do know none of way, wait, you have to be in control because everything that that woman finds attractive in you is what you represent. So if you come at me, I'm a married, man. You come at me. You are expected me to be up standing dude to you. Right. So. You have to like what your tractor to is everything. I am body. And that's my discipline. That's my faithfulness. That's my integrity. So if I changed that and I'm no longer than manage your track too. So you have to respect that fact. That's that's what you go. I think I think I think we're missing the point of what the guy was saying like not we missing the point you guys. Are you guys looked at it from from a different angle from how I'm looking at it. How you somebody told me about that? If you're on defense, you lose it. And as kind of like what I get from this whole statement about if I'm a married, man. I don't wanna have a single women friend. The whole point is like if my wife had if she has to question something about me about my friendship, my interaction would someone of the opposite sex. There's a problem relationship. Go to shoot. So the point. And that's the whole point the point is this what if you don't have person exists? The point is like if there's any chances during the person's noggin exist, if I don't have those friends. Are you saying it's you're incapable of having a friendship with a woman outside your relationship in simply botanic. No what I'm saying is not only capable. I think you're capable of doing. I'm capable of doing it. But I'm just saying from what the guy was saying when I'm looking at the video, and I'm explaining what the guy was saying because somebody told me this before if you're on defense you'll losing if you have to overlay ship. You have to explain who is this person. What is this person? I'm not sure what ship. So whatever so. You lose it. So the whole point is like, this whatever's like look. Protect home. The whole thing about it was like, I don't want dramas. I don't want us then I'm living righteous life. I'm not married is what I'm saying. So I'm not married or whatever. So I don't know what it is across that bridge. But I'm talking to a married man was telling me this that, hey, look, wait hold on. We we started talking about nip you'd think Lauren London was at home wearing about nip hanging out with cameras civil. Camera. Civil was bad an official. You have to be a stand up strong women confident in your relationship in your man, I going to say, but I, but I. When I think about a world, I expected to to be I think it's a combination. I think it's a combination of how no it's not even about better better. Has. It has nothing to do it. I think it's it's it's twofold, Lauren is attractive in all of this. But I think debt. In addition to her having to be confident, I think the way he loved her and the way he made her secure allowed her to continue to be that way. Because I think most of us are secure. I think that how someone else's moves in how they interact with the people can make us insecure in not insecure us, but insecure near ability to stand to stand tall. He's what I'm saying. So with that being said, I just look at it from what you're saying. As if you're if you're just explain what he's talking about. I feel like if you're married. No. I'm not married, right? But when I am married. One of the things that I don't want to do is has out relationships outside of the marriage that then my wife isn't aware of just because of that reality like because your wife was going to always feel like she should be the end all and y'all ever not every relationship that you have is unless you got that type of relationship. Gonna take it to take it back home. You know, what let me let me take that back. You're not gonna take that back. I'm gonna go. I know I know how you are. Having a water cooler talk this without of in a certain I'm gonna take that back. I'm gonna take that back. I'm gonna tell you why I take that back 'cause blacks his some very important last time. It made me think maybe think about me, right? I'm a sociable, dude. I mean, people all the time, and it's not even really that deep so will somewhere consider friendship is really just an association and acquaintanceship, but it's not really debt deep like friend, friend friend, right? Might not be in dinner with me. But we might be cool to fuck. You know what I'm saying? You might come to me with some real shit on my you some good advice. Exactly. So what I'm saying is is about the relationship you create where the relationship you create. If it allows you permit you to be able to move like that, you're good, right? So for me when I say in is in my marriage, right in my marriage, my future marriage whenever that time comes right based on my relationship history. I don't necessarily want that. Right. But I want the latitude to have those associations in those acquaintanceship. Because those are very those are really service level. They're only exist in certain pockets and points in times, you know, what I'm saying not necessarily friendships. I think that's what I was really trying to say, they're not real friendships their associated acquaintanceship like, I know somebody we cool ball, blah. But not like desma homegirl. We hang out we do know happy hour nine going to be one of those type of situation that exists. That woman more often than is going to be like somebody tied to the famous. She's gonna be somebody come around the house with the kids or whatever the case may be similarly 'cause I've dated women who are very sociable as well. And they know a lot of people, and I know that every do they know ain't that close to them. And I shouldn't expect for me to know every single dude inside a now. No every time they talk know how they talk etcetera etcetera. Sometimes it's gotta be with that is and I got accept that. Because as we as we move through live light, we're going to encounter different characters in these. These people may be a part of. Your growing process. You know what I mean? So you have to invest in relationships. Yeah. I mean, you you do. But once you on if you on defense, you're losing. I'm not saying that you shouldn't have all this religious. I think like I think that's it was made somebody got caught. Wishing to different. And I feel like that we might we might reach impasse on. This is that I feel like you should be transparent. I mean, like, you should when you have these relationships with your wife when you think I think you should let your why should know you. So like, for example, if I think either one of us, it we are in a setting of round women, we we're going to be cool with those fucking women on your wife should know the man that she married like, okay. I know women are going to be drawn to him. Yeah. No. He gets along with women. I know once he's being put into the setting. Yeah. He's gonna walk away with some type of connection to these women as a little she can't get caught up in that. So she should he has to know. And that's your initial also your job to make job is to make sure that she is secure. I will say this. I had the same right? And I said this in relationships right to be with me is to note to be to be my. Woman is to not you're on the inside. I'm always we'll give you the game plan. I'm all give it a game. You'll I just met someone. So this is just happen by this. How moving this is why moving this way will irritates me. The most is when I have people on the inside Ackerman outside. Do not equate yourself to people outside when you're on the inside you got the game plan. Stop back in like you own the playbook, notably book vast worrying about other motherfuckers looking as agley and their hangers on exactly. So to to that point. You know, my man got a point if you're under supply person, right? Who's liable to fuck everything moving is probably not your best idea to have Renault's you that man when she got exactly so she's very right to fill insecure. But if you got a person is moving with purpose in trying to make something happen. And if they're pretty your they only dean fall into the purposes not you on the inside and play the game Liron along how much bullshit you put me through. I'm. Still holding you to fuck down. Yeah. Listen to episodes, seventy to put an air podcast. 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RHOBH: They Called Kenny! You Bastards!

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RHOBH: They Called Kenny! You Bastards!

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And today, he we all with previously on the real housewives of kitchen island, which is Lisa's news show. Yeah. Exactly. She has well, she's actually demolished island. She has taken it and moved it out of her house. She wants kitchen island bright new of kitchen. I'll injury now. I'll say this right up front. You all know, I love Lisa van Trump and take a lot of crap for you know, forgiving a lot of the stuff that she does even though I totally know she's guilty of misdemeanor. But I will not stand for someone just not showing up to work. This is going to bother me. It's only the first episode. I think maybe the. Second that this has happened. I'm not here for watching. Lisa Vander probe dot around her kitchen with her husband were complaining about how everyone's mean to her. If you're gonna leave the show leave the show and come back, another time don't just make me watch. You do solo scenes with Ken 'cause I'm not here for that. I agree. I actually, you know, it's like when Kim zodiac stormed off real houses of Atlanta. She stormed off. And then that was it. She was gone until she was back. But yeah, I don't wanna watch a whole bunch of solo scenes, although it looks like next week. We do have seen with Leeson, Ken and PK and to read so that will be worth watching theoretically. But I know what you're saying you're giving the other ones too much of a platform by doing this. You know, yes, they were Dixie needed to show up and say, you guys are Dicks accusing me stuff. I didn't do. I'm not going to admit it if you don't want to hang out with me anymore fine. But I'm not gonna show up and get yelled at and told off by people who this is none of your business. Lisa rimma. How about you fuck off? This is none of your business teddy. Okay. Money was. Texting with the guy in the first let stand up yourself or don't. But don't make me sit here and watch you have t- with Cam because I'm not gonna do that. Because also when she does those solo scenes, then means that we then have to watch the other women's act like they're the victims of all this and be like, I mean, why doesn't Lisa wanna complete with us. I mean, it's just like just play with us just play with us. You know, it's like, well, you guys were like horrific to her and she hurt her feelings. So she's left, but she should leave if she's gonna leave leave because otherwise if you hang around, then they are starting to have a point then shoot with them, and like have some fun explosive scenes for us because types turned really quickly on housewives as we all know. And right now, the internet tides are pro Vander prop. I think pretty overwhelmingly I mean to the to the degree that Eric is going on podcast saying that it's all it's, you know, like when people are saying that you're hiring Russian bots, like I mean, you know, it's going at least Vander pumps favor. Yeah. I actually really resent this notion. In that, you know, like the way that they are dismissing people who are pro Vander pump as being there. We're just like blind van pump devote as I'm like, I was I was willing to not be on our side like for sure I just feel like I looked at the situation. I was like, I don't know. I kind of I'm on Lisa poems. I when I look at this. I mean, alternately redid something wrong. She didn't she didn't really cop to it. And she acted like she was the victim and all this. And I just I don't know what the way the way that the everything like from what I saw my heart was more on Lisa Vanda pump side, honestly, and I was not at not because these better pump because I like a lot of the women on the other side too. I feel like she's just really overplaying her hand at this point because the tights stewed change quickly. They everyone's on her side right now. But if this is going to turn into ten more episodes of Lisa complaining about would've victim, she is on a housewife. So this is a housewife show. You still have to show up and defend yourself. I think you're on the right? So. Far, but you still need to either so up or stay home. Okay. You can't just sit there and talk about how everybody so mean to you. I can't love her. I and also the truth is that, you know, the lifestyle scenes of Lisa really are not as compelling as they were eight years ago. So if I'm gonna have to sit and watch her, you know, put those in her dog's hair or in panties hair, or kens hair death, not gonna work for me. Yeah. So we opened with teddy and Kyle. This is also not gonna work for me, by the way this scene. I was already like not in. They tell you in Kyle as you were saying. Started very troubling start. It had a very troubling start Jayco gods, and that we're gonna have to watch teddy and Kyle. Well, yeah. And they take their kids to this makeup lady. Because a lady saw a lady named Samantha supported you make videos or some doing someone's makeup on Instagram. It was like oh my gosh. She's perfect for a holiday photo shoot. Also, you know, it's like an Instagram advertiser. Of course, she sees someone with them a million followers. Yeah. They're like, basically like a we work. And this is like are you guys so excited to get your makeup? Don, we have a whole nine. Oh, two one snow set up for you. And I was like, okay. Hate this eight it's like, I did not come here to watch toddlers Deoras. Yeah. Encounters like really good at makeup, and she'd love to be a YouTube star or a makeup artist, and I will support all of her talents. Okay. You be more specific listen, I'm gonna say things that will probably get me hot water. First of all, you know, who else like once to be tube star is Laurie Lafon daughter. Second of all. Second of all I also don't think like aspiring to be YouTube star is is great. I don't know if that's like me being an old codger because YouTube stars make a huge amount of money. So it's probably just me being jealous YouTube stars. I get it. I get it. But here's what I'm gonna say that will probably gave me too hot water, and I'm just going to say from my personal experience living out here in Los Angeles for the past eighteen years. I've met a lot of makeup artists out here in LA and become friends with some of them and great people. Great people every single one of them is crazy out of their minds. I'm not saying that waco's for all makeup artists. I'm just saying the ones that I've met have all been without exception. It's crazy. It's the one thing without exception. Absolutely batch crazy. Oh, man. Well, that's you know, that's Porsches path. So as long as she doesn't drive a tiny car everyday to it. I'm for it. That's why I'm saying I'm concerned again because I'm a lot of non crazy makeup artists out there. I guarantee it, and I'm sure many listened. And so I totally get you guys are probably the normal ones. Okay. Just major bad. If we ever have to get our make up then for anything, I'm gonna look a doorbell, and you're gonna have principal the ones, I always had I've met I'm not saying that they all are. But that being said, I'm sure that Kyle has met some crazy ones too. So I feel like she probably for daughter says I'm gonna be makeup artist. I don't know. Bobo see time will tell we little kids grow up. So teddy is don't forget who's a makeup artist. We're in make up every day. Just because you're gonna get today. I'm high tiny teddy. So so teddy is look the worlds of makeup has changed everyday since I was a kid and they show picture of teddy dresses Minnie mouse. But doesn't seem to have anything to do with the world of makeup. But I loved that. They did that to her. I mean one day, you're Minnie mouse. And then you're getting your kids makeup time. Yeah. She goes. Yeah. I like really didn't want to have make up and then finally one day. I was like I'm going to Email makeup, and like, I dyed my hair eggplant. I am teddy. My mom was like you're not going out like that. And I was like why are you cycling YM? So I did my hair at Clint. So now in the middle of this colleague a picture from Camille about the bridesmaid dress. This the Kyle just under. This is so Camille price. She's like she basically has there's a navy dress with a little caps. Leave and Kyle is furious. And she doesn't want to be furious on camera, but she's furious. Yes. She's like I'm going to have a tiny squish pork chop. Swift pork chop arm. And I'm like, yeah. What do you think she picked it? You honestly think Camille grammer is gonna let anybody look better than her never wedding Camilla's playing the long game. She's like. Finally, get back to Kyle after what she did to me season. One took me nine years. But here I am cap sleeves. So they're talking about this RV trips are gonna take and Teddy's like will unil- anything organized by you know, what husband has nervy 'cause like, you know, he likes going to games like oh God. He's that guy. He bought an RV Rams game. I mean, this is so teddy. You know, this is really this pretty much sums up everything wrong with teddy this season. My husband has an RV to go to games. No, I'm done with you tatty K viscerally done. I'm not done with teddy. I still have a place in my heart for her because you know, ever since Lisa called her teddy bear, she'll always be teddy bear to me too. But I really don't approve of this. I'm not I support RV's, and I support going football games and tailgating, I just think it's weird to buy an RV in LA to go like from the hills to like downtown. So you can you know, who I'm yeah. You know, who I'm at for the neighbors because you know, they parked at thing on their tiny little street. Nobody can get upper down the street. While they're trying to go anywhere. And you know, it's like an eyesore and people say millions of dollars to live there, and they have to deal with this fucking thing. It looks like a tour just like a big excessive not good for the planet thing. How about you? Gotta hibachi grill. Okay. And put in the trunk. So they're going to do this RV trae of an Africa. They show clip of them deciding to Eric. Like. Go. Well, thanks for the flashback guys. Thanks for thanks. You're really informing us of the different layers going on here. We then go to Venice house, and she has chopped the fuck out of her pillows like they are all molar teeth that have just been extracted. I don't know if you noticed, but they like she must have gone to every single pillow and done some sort of like, she must've taken a baseball bat them like I get those you need to chop into center. Do they look like the whacked? I mean, it was like that crease was all the way down to the middle of the pillow. I'm not taking the from you the date. I don't wanna see a single flat topped any pillow every single what not today. Not today. Were you were you mellow? How are you? So she's face timing or she's on the phone with Harry, and she's like Harry the carpet Kasey here. But we don't have those polls polls, Honey. The polls parliament hairy, the polls -partment. He's like oh there in the basement. Harry can do anything. I mean everything's easier. When that acts. Okay. First of all, let let me let's talk about this, Harry hides, the polls from you. So that you have to call and say where the polls at so that he can be a hero in the. Robbery out a very elaborate low stakes scheme scheme. Well, that's marriage. You know, you get you get each other any way you can. Yeah. Or he just doesn't want poles hanging around because who owns random polls in the apartment and my right, right? So so then Lisa decides the face Erica who's like in rehearsal onstage. And so she's like Gasol away all the gods on stage like. And Renan's like oh my God. I love the classes and the the stupidest fucking glasses. I've ever seen in my life. They're ridiculous tease humongous being. It's like Milton Berle, you know, on an island. Not now like the Gucci. Yes. Erica, we figured. Precis base. Yeah. So I'm telling Ourika that Lisa didn't show up to Camille shower. And then she, and then she told Camille that she wasn't actually invited. And although I think by the way, our three last week, we said, isn't it possible that that Vana problem just blocked Kyle because Calcott on saying delivered delivered as if that was like proof of anything like delivered only means of the text one through doesn't mean that was actually seen. So Lisa actually said in a blog this week. I read the whole thing. But in the blog, she said, I blocked after she left my house on the Hanky couldn't get angles. I Brock tat. Said why would I want to go to that? Anyway, with a bunch of women who have been mean, drew. But she didn't say whether or not she got the vacation. So. I still think she didn't. She just ignored it. But let's see here. Yeah. Aarc is like whistle Lau an Erica just keeps like she does not give a fuck about this conversation. All she's doing is turning in circles with her phone held out. So you could see the stage in the audience and stuff like that Venice still trying to talk about manner about. Yeah. Exactly. And now Rin is upset that van hasn't to speak to anyone in the group. Don't just don't just took your back on us. I mean, even though we turned back on you don't hear back on us. We. And also notice that Erica dropped a. Yeah. The invitation the invitation to the shower, I know I got what through Email. They're getting that in there so banner prompt cancer say she didn't get the text. Yeah. So now, we go to Jim in Malibu where Denise are like working out slash getting ready to have around forty five of sex for the day. He's Aaron something waits. He's like. Oh. And I realize when Arran talks he really does talk like he's in softcore porn. He's has that like monotone voice of a bad actor with like mixed with the crappy dialogue that they put into try to like make this off core porn feel like at least. There's a movie going on around the sexiness. You know, like everything he says sounds like softcore porn like non sex scene parts. She's like God. I left back in working out here. What a mother fucking at peace, dick. That guy is not forget how hot is five in the morning. Fuck every day and go to the gym governor second workout of the day. Go to knees down girl. She just lets it all out trailer park. Denise she's cracking me up. I'm so glad she's on this show. She's so good does nothing. But she's so good. And for those of you who are like, how dare you? Call her trailer park. She was hanging out with miss. Vicki gumbleton this weekend. So don't argue with me. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And half these women are about to go on a trip on an RV. Anyway, so enough. So then Denise she's like thinking, I feel bad for Lisa mainly because she's not having sex every morning at five AM, but on top of that, no one likes anymore. So I think there's been a miscommunication. And I wanna it. I've, you know, I have a lot of experiencing a mediator because I've had a lot of fucking mediation with my ex images. Smiles I love that. She says the history, and then just smiles at us like you know, what I mean? Oh sang she starts crying because her kid tax Asif. She can go to the dance. She's still bad. I feel like fucked up a lot with their dad. You know? Time just go so fast. And it's so hard to go from fucking up with her dad now just fucking new dad. God, it's hard. Sore. You know, you did the best you couldn't from my perspective. I wouldn't change his thing. Because everything that's happened in my life. As led me to you. I'm like well. Yeah. I mean, everything in your life has gotten better and better better. Yeah. Mr. life at our magnetism consultancy favor. Fair whatever it is. And by the way, gave him way too much inflection. Okay. Because it was more. Like, it's okay, baby. They'll always be your daughters. Act to you, baby. Every road leads back to you. Maybe. She's like, you're not a parent, and he goes, well, maybe I got kids floating around out there. I don't know. And she just stares at him. And he's like, I am kidding. She's she's like with addict like that. I know you ain't fucking kidding. And I'm okay with it. I'm okay with it. Hello. This is Lisa Renouf. We even had coming up. So you'd better listen to it baby. We all need someone to talk to a person who can support us through rough patches or even every ups and downs in life. That's talk Speights comes in talk. Space. 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Lisa the pump the guitar pineapple. I went and I saw a concert by the Hugh, and they're all playing on bills. Jack, I tried to play on politic co-top fan. Fan. So I gave it to a. Later. Zero doing that. I could see you're trying to sell her used fruit her half eaten fruit to someone. It's only got a few dense. It's a lovely fruit. I just it's not working for me and my family. So she goes over to Kyle's house with the kids and the kids all hang out together and Phoenix into Porsches room. She goes doesn't Michael's Porsches there with her friend. And it's just so weird. Because now Porsche is is turning into a tween, and like her friend has her hair like little buns and everything and. I don't know. I had a lot of weird emotions I was like this. It's crazy seeing should be so old. I know I feel like it's gonna be a mean girl. I hope not come up or so we're I'm rooting for you giving more you. It's okay. You know, the thing is this. We're game in and we like mean girls, so it's okay. That's true. At least I'll have someone to sit with at lunch. It's really a compliment. Okay. Why do you think we watch? These shows said to read is. Backyard. And then Kyle's like these fucking dogs. Get over here on cracker. She's offering crackers to a dog. See this is why Kyle can never be these Vanda pump. I don't know if dogs love crackers, do they like crackers. They like a lot of things like everything you can give a dog piece of output, a mobile delicious, a rollover, they'll do anything you want. It is funny. The way kala really does lately. I mean, she really does all those dogs the backyard. And then she goes she's like come over here. I'll give you a cracker. So the dogs come into goes there like having children. Lady who gave up? Exactly a lot of dogs a lot of down here. So the women are all going to be going to see Boy George at the Greek because he'll be playing there. And so to read and PK invited them all at cetera. And then but did read invite Lisa Vander pump to the concert and to reach like, no, I didn't want to exclude. But I also don't want her to be there. Excluding see. Well. Some distant some not gonna grab so. Tell you that right now. And then what happened ends up happening is so fun because without Lisa van Trump. They're they're going to have to fight with each other. And you know, it's gonna work out. Great. I think yes, it's part and survivor when after the merge when one tribe finally gets rid of their rival tribe, and then editor on each other like oh fuck I was not expecting this really much. And then Kyle's like, yeah. I feel the same way it's on hair. So then we go to Lisa Vander pumps who's new dog or not new dog. But my new favorite dog of hers pinky is just splayed on the floor in front of that glass. Front door waiting for her. Yeah. Yeah. And Lisa has now that she's like has no more friends on the cast. She now has a new friend named Elena like a Russian lady, and she's like showing Leinna like the where the kitchen used to be used to be my kitchen. This will be my childhood spatula to be the place would make vegan pass or Kim. Elaine is like all it looks very empty actually might. Yeah. It's an empty room. That's what happened early empty Elena. Thanks for joining the cat. Well on your pair of survey ship is blowing us bowling us over if you racing the negativity of the past three months cost three hundred grand seventy Italians the girl to you know, how much pain I have get your fucking crew in here. I'm doing this. Ronn. I've been eating chips. What I mean? You know what? I mean. I'm doing those Ron. Salina's like we will change the lights whites. And as angel angel. Okay. Good. Bye. And she just like leaves Elena in the kitchen just like I'm going down to Philip Lunka ongoing to promote my restaurant on camera with some newbie doesn't eight me yet. So she goes over to villa Blanca with a pile of guests wrapped in bright pink paper. Villa Blanca one falls over in the backseat. I'm sorry. I'm manipulated that. President of falling. So so we get her villa Blanca. And by the way, also you have to respect whatever PA had to sit and watch footage of Lisa. Vanderbilt driving all the way from our house all the way down to villa Bianca and had to sit there and watch and see if anything interesting happen. At twenty two minutes and thirty eight seconds a present fell over a little bit at least in the backseat like market market, damn bad. But I got into show, but again in the show, and of course, we are talking about it. So good job. So I think that we need to get a union involved in this. Because what the fuck is Rocio doing. They're doing your flowers. Occas-? She has enough to do for a lo-. Yeah. Please. Please Rocio doing flowers villa Blanca. I mean, I feel she's being abused. She's like Dowling Rosie out. Nice job with the now take these gifts. Can you can you please re wrap them I'm embarrassed that their pink? I'm like you're embarrassed that their everything's being. I know I know and then Denise shows up too quickly. So she doesn't have time to like change the wrapping paper as if they're just wrapping paper lying around villa Blanca. By the way is. Probably have some choking Hauser time. It just looks like around all the menus. They just like rap all their menus, wrapping paper. So so the shows up and they sit down and leases. Oh, I'm so embarrassed about the wrapping papers garish pink, very cams live. You know what I'm saying? All right now up in them pink polls. You're just talking about how embarrassed you are about pink. And you're giving her pink thing. She also is so excited for Denise this present. And like I was expecting something amazing like a one of a kind handbag or some jewelry or ticket to something other. And it was just like, I'm sure very expensive. But is a pink MAs. I'm like forestland vases. She's like who wouldn't. By pete. Looseness? I'm out of touch who says I'm not a hip young something other here enjoy this pink bosom vase. And you know, that was looking at like, hey, this Scott with Lynn Camden for my husband. Wouldn't even fit in this thing. And you know, Denise is air for serious business. 'cause when she orders drink, she's like, I like it Kasame go single. Single business launch. Can't go out. Can't go crazy Lee said did you say this already when Lisa goes who can refuse being porcelain? Question for the ages. Stream some pink. When I was little I was hit in any case, please for Christmas. Could I just get some pink porcelain? I just want being porcelain affect his Manny. Out. You look at this locket look at it. Who do you think that person is? Denise is like what she's like we have this lot going. How those with an and I seem a lot better. But no one's seen to you because. Yes. And that's been my choice and me like, yeah. I mean, you know, they still care about you specially she's. You know, she's wearing pink every day driving, a car, just like yours. You gotta swing just like yours and new backyard. She's calmer husband, Kenny. This is like, I don't think. So I don't need more ugliness in my life right now. So so then we cut back to reading talking and talking about how that nieces gonna be meeting with Lisa Vander pump and read is like, I think it's good. I think that Denise will be using kid gloves PK, and you know, and to read also says that like Denise is good for the job because Denise had similar experience with ORs had experience with similar personalities like Charlie Sheen with an idiot Carl's like. Kyle is like wait a second. She's like, I'm the one trying to push this lady out, and even I wouldn't say that. You know, a winning. Tune to half Lucille. Kraus's like, well, they are both Burgos. And they tend to be me me me me. So I guess there are similarities Kyle shut the fuck up and get something else to talk about. Okay. I know you talked about your kids fucking makeup career for about five minutes, but every single scene does not have to revolve around. Lisa vanapa. If you're gonna push her out picture out do something else. Let's see how you swim on your own. Don't talk about me me me me and Dr stupid three wheel go car to SABs e-market. Okay. Don't do that. And don't say Mimi when you just made your idiot friend drive all the way to Encino showcase. Your dogs. We so angry about nothing. I'll. I like I have historically liked Kyle. But I just I'm like I'm mad at her this season because I think she played a role in all this and she's acting like she did. And that bothers me she's a horrible human being so subjective needs than lease. And you know, Denise basically like, you know, what? What I went through. She's like, you know, what I went through. I went through hell, and I had to live interviews and everyone was getting me shit. And I could I could have canceled. My interviews. But I didn't I just didn't do that. And I thought Lisa Vanapa response was actually very honest. She's like I can't explain why onto retreat. I just do. I just do. Maybe it's because I live in a house that's much better than God riches. And then Denise tells us, she's like, yeah. I would think that she'd want explain herself as she didn't do these things. And I'm with Denise on this. I mean, I think that you get you've week reprieve re get to hide and crime be victim. And you deserve it. But come on like, yeah, you're just for yourself. Yeah. So then Kyle backed by the way, stand up here. If you're on a TV show, you should stand up for yourself, if it were real life like by by my friends, but on TV show, you know, defend yourself a little bit so Carl's like, well, no one calls her out in real life because she just surround yourself with people who have caller out on our shit. I'm like really Kyle real high. Her name is Faye. Resnick. Have you met her? Have you seen the horrible things? She does to your house. She never called you out. You literally pay your best friend to be your best last stuff at lady. Yeah. Last time. I checked Glenn never said no to you or a Fatburger. Bless glenn. I miss that Fatburger truck. I really it'll be back favorite thing about Kyle was that she always had Glenn and fat burger try. No, honestly that almost makes up for all of this. Because if you go to a party Glenn's put together and there's a fat burger truck. I'm not mad at it. I'm into it. About how I like that. When my only gift that I've ever used of Kyle is when she's walking away from the opening or whatever and she's eating a hamburger from hamburger heaven. Oh, no. That's not what it was. She is walking underneath the hamburger having signed. So I've used that one online. I've used to cause the other one is at her white party when she's eating Fatburger issues like sitting on a stepping fabric, which is really her most notable moment that was what Kyle for the longest time was like she would she would like shoot fly off the handle. And he like a what a mega bitch. But then there was stuff about her that was like so relatable. And I just feel like remember she's do ads for target like what's in my closet? You know, and it just like like in a weird way like her fire and ice personality. Just even though there were times where I thought she was crazy it just resonated. And now, it's not. Yeah. She's terrible. So then two is back with Denise. She's like, you know. France, say things they do think, maybe they screw meth hookers right in front of your kids or whatever. But still under the day gotta respect each other around approach. To not call people. If you love interesting them, and then she's like, you don't scream at someone at them. Go to bed into years. If you love them, a Mike, I guarantee there are hundreds of people who've gone to bed onto yours because the stuff at Lisa vanden pump aside to them, I guarantee it, obviously you've never dated me. Obviously, she's never met James Kennedy. So then it comes back to Carl and Catholic she's going to make herself a victim, you know, because every time she's wrong about something she bolts and can't face people. But then the stuff that they're showing they show him on all of Lisa bolting. But I it's all she's bolting from stuff. I Kyle doing to her every single one of those things. Well is like times I Kyle has tried to confront her and kind of like take her down a peg. It's she's who is bolting. And honestly, like if you have the same friend who's coming out you over and over again at a certain point, you're like, you know, what I'm done with her. Yeah. So Kyle is now, you know, they're the other house was trying to take a page out of Vanderbilt book. They're like if she's just gonna act like a victim. We're gonna act like the victim. Right. So now everybody's trying out victim each other cows like that's just what Vander pump does. I wish he could come back and just figure this out. No, I guess it's just not as important to her whatever. Yeah. And then to reach like, you know, I haven't heard anything from Lisa and Kyle and Lisa had the why do I get cut out like, well, then just call her, please. Like, let's not let's not it's not rocket science. If you feel like because you sold teddy in front of everyone teddy. I believe every single thing that you've told me, so thank you. Yeah. Cut. You out you dope. Also because your actions Scott this ball rolling, and you're acting like the ultimate victim. When actually it's Lucy algae's who's the victim. And so people who believe in rhyming, the real victims also people say goods. So at least it's like. I'm sorry. Denise trying to get Lisa to go on this RV trip and Lisa's like, even if she said, she'd be going shopping and Paris with George Clooney, I would pass. But he. So she goes out Oaten. He's donning. I don't want you to fears that you have to defend me. And that defending you why not? Ahrends dick right now to be honest. So then back at Kyle's Jagger has to be an Catholic. Just go pee in the trees. Like. And then Kyle points out that little boys love to just go pee all around her. And we see a clip of brandies kid and then who else's kid. Did it at kid? Yeah. The universe works in strange ways. God is trying to tell you something Kyle K. So now we go over to Teddy's house at night. It's like concert night. So Renner show up and resin full hour, you how are you? Erica erica. Jane? How are you? You are a star. You are. America's like the shovels grind though. Got a few hours. But that I got like up down do shove Dallas outta be ready to Gaul Jack Jack that but I got a few hours for bull. Jill jill. So there are like Ted is giving a tour of her house, which actually I love the house and there's like a mechanical bull down by the pool and orcas like oh rate Graham on the died funeral way. Alo- the haven't wrote a mechanical bulls. My great grandmother's funeral. It was like your grandmother had a mechanical bull at her funeral. I don't even understand that. I don't even know how to own that get it there. Aca. Good Pap people. It will. The best batsman, LA Exelon know, you're done them. That wasn't mechanical the funeral was at the bother went out of EuroPol. Oh fuck. So then Kyle comes over and can't Camille comes over and Camille still Camilla's now in full on Camille mode, which I I'm guessing she's going to stay like this season. I have not seen this Camille season. When I know it's so welcome in my mind. She's like I love the arena at she was extremely a bear Janna thing where she shakes her head because. Yeah. Like her is don't really move anymore. So she just shakes her head. She's really mad. It's like that former like club MTV impulse of like undulate your entire body when you're excited. Three stream the. Then she goes life his way too short grudges, which I definitely don't do about anyone anyway tape Kelsey of the other day. Have I mentioned that address making aware my wedding? Cruise sprang all over the floor because he doesn't want us parents to leave or doesn't want his mom to leave and teddy. Goes your crews is able to tell anytime I even start to get ready to leave. I'm like, yeah. Because all your friends are over and you're going. Hey, you guys excited to go to that concert? And you're wearing a jacket. You're dangling, your car keys or advocate yet. So they finally do leave and they make it to the Greek theater. And then we see PK he's like by berry by berry. Bibey Dr been looking for you by by by Iraqi Achille till you it later. Like something in that. And then sale talk to you about it led up picky. Well, basically on Sade don't don't confuse teddy Mellon Campbell coil and Batory myself to read hasn't done anything wrong except not full of rules of very simple dog contract, and sort of controversy around your place. I'm in Australia. I apologize. I apologize everyone. Now, let's see jewel gates can't get together. This whole at Cana. And you hear Ken on the phone. Lisa has hold it. With these women is no no Dame for these women. Boeing press to Spanish, I don't even know Spanish depressing. Anything that's all that. That's when PK's have what I just said he said, and because like, well, he said he'll call us back and dreams like that already. Couldn't tell me he's like this mole. But I'll tell you later on jeeze began seriously, big creek lament that's a big one. Well, you know, what s on ant, and I like I had to I saw an until I leaned back to like a thirty crumbs. Here why they're an aunt in this room. This is like not a food room shouldn't Danny caused us chain of door. On the party bus renaissance. Erica about. And so is I show was so out aweso. Done. Also. A press reset. So so hard. I watched it like three times. Hi, I'm Terry. I'm gonna say this. Now, we don't have to talk about it for the rest of the night, except we probably will. But I did send a text. Lisa vendor. Pump to invite our tonight discuss while. Wow. Still all sorts of noises tonight and Teddy's let me read the text you. It's just high. I hope you're well, we have an issue. We can't see I don't high on hold no will ill towards you. And we can coexist in this group. Even though he said, you have no interest in coexisting in me. I'm going to stop Dairy Queen and grout. Grab a blizzard right now. And I hope it doesn't tell me something horrible that you set about to read thanks to the. So Camille is like. Disappointed. She didn't show up at the shower point in. Really? Our shows. Sports so setting. In Kyle's if you're so sad about it. Then why didn't you say that you knew that she was invited? And like, well, I mean, I just said I didn't know shoes invited just yet. That's the point. You did know that she was invited to goes. You know, what you're right about that. Call me out on that shit. Go ahead. Call me on it. Yeah. Like camille. They just did. They just did. So it's another woman are backstage, and they're like in the green room and Teddy's making drinks. And Kyle's like teddy. You're not bartending at Tom Tom until. Just put up a carrot. Hi, terry. But you're fucking brother is was not forget that or anymore. No. Even get a spot on the TV show. So the girls. Yeah. Teddy's pouring drinks. She's like, yo, you know, like totally us to this new. So then teddy ass Erica. She's like sue Erica. Do you get a character your show and air because like fat I make slighted? Castell but your makeup, and so I if that. That that he's like do you make contact with anybody? I'll you gotta look out there, especially the wealth that all the lyrics to the salvia look about the patch. A post rat in the face. All those tricky lyrics like allegory talk. So tiles like Erica like do. You have a backstage like this. And then we see a flashback to Erica with her crew. And just my going. This ro. Yeah, they're like an immense during what to do or fucking in a stall. Likely just like it also not that different from our green rooms where we where they're basically been two guys bucking stalls in the men's room. You know, we we actually one of I think my favorite cream of all time was in Detroit when there was a rat in the walls, and we sat there, listen, the rat gnawing at something like that. Yeah. So counts like oh. My god. I would be so nerve, you know, liked to think if I was on stage. I would just sit there and talk to everybody. So this begins Kyle's fantasy of being on stage. Right. So then Boy George comes in. He's like like. Yeah. Hello, so. Yeah. PK George Borjas dorito there, and we learned that glass night's gonna be coming up on stage and Billy idol to and they're like they're like losing their shit, which is kind of funny. I mean Gladys. No they're stars. So especially Gladys Knight. I would I would lose my shit a little bit more of Gladys Knight than Billy Billy idol to be honest. Billy idol's not performing. He's just there to watch. I think. Yeah. Yeah. And so boy is like let's see here Hughes missing. He comes on messy as usual to do some some key K, dirty work. And for those of you who don't get to see it that much on the show the Twitter, you'll go off go up on a bits on Twitter. So he's accused me saying this to me who haven't met yet where she and during his family. All right who else and crowds like at least Vander pump. If you talk to her, by the way, I'm upset. She's not spunky read rude, and they all just stare at him limits. Like, even though I didn't invite because you're having a row ever. Yeah. Then they all laugh. Sorry, then Renos like she goes. She is like. This is P case big night. And isn't PK's isn't became his best friend because you basically saying that should be there and like Lisa's act like a baby she should be there. And I'm like actually PK is not Lisa's best friend that would be much. Martin where is Martin Martin girl? Martin. I don't know Ol-. Farting Martin Kim Richards future husband Yemen is like she really cared about her friends over and be quiet. So then we hear what leases doing and it's like bam frame pertain. Bam. Yes. You like that Ling jammed? Cats would I do with that? And then we see that she's brushing her dogs face. I hated this. You know, I hated this love here's why I hate it. Because we knew she could be doing something with the dog or the horses or or. Do you wanna ride and Ken, but we knew it. But it went on for so long. I don't wanna hear Lisa's sexy noises like going on and on. We know what the pay is going to be can we just get to it? Like, this is going on way too long, unpleasant. So then to retails the girls back in the dressing room. She's pick up to Kim today. And he says listen here, you'll get a not to get the round and the round rounding. And Kyle's like, we'll find if PK can talk to Ken it'll be better for all of us. You know? Billy idol in China Chow show up which is sort of like a Bravo callback because China Chow used to host work of art. Oh, yeah. I was wondering who see was. Yeah. I couldn't remember who she was. And I of course, remember her from the terrible nineteen ninety nine movie or eight movie, the big hit starring Mark Wahlberg and China child got -ducted, and I watched that movie because I was like film critic at the newspaper, and I was assigned to watch the big hit. And it was awful. I didn't recommend. She was at all. But I thought I don't think she's famous, but she definitely thinks she's famous. Me towel. Honestly, I thought she was refreshing came in with a beautiful. I don't know. I don't know dress robe KOMO no, I don't know what it was. But she just walked in. And I was like, you know, what I'm I'm I could use some China towel right now. Billy idol looked like the star of up. He thinks favorite song. What Pekinese it's the most. Mona mona. Scibilia? Like, no, actually, I wrote you'll Llandough without makeup. Evil mood while I watched to see what can I say is that a face so Billy if you seen quilter club before and Billy's like. Have you even heard of him? I don't know. I am right now. Actually, am just what Renna says is. So unlike Rene, she goes, Billy idol Boy, George in the same room come on. Are you kidding me? Right now. That is just like having a fit all. Yeah. Exactly. So meanwhile, over in Malibu to Nissan Aaron are having they're having kids night. They're having dinner with Lola, everything, etc. And Erin again in softcore voices. Like god. I love it here. Mike. Okay. Are we go intersex scene because that's what it sounds like. Kind of. But now we talk about how Charlie has Denise read in the tabloids at Charlie was a filing to get his child support lowered and found out that it's true. After the tabloids, of course. Idiot last the everything so he wants to lower the payment. Jeez. Idiot lose Malas Gad money. I we didn't have a pre-nup. I take an of his goddamn penis Levin money, and I didn't take it. And you know, I shipped picking some of that God damn money out of put some of that fucking money away for that God damn asshole. She's like, you know, what I could've taken half by then because I ain't greedy fucking whore. That's what I gotta say smile and while she's talking about this. They're sitting with their dog on the couch or something. And I thought it was funny earn he's got these big alarms. Just like takes his hand. And just plops it right down on the dog's head and his fingers. Like right in the dogs is I don't know if you noticed it like he was basically using the dog as an arm rest, which I think we do with all our pets. But he the way his hand just like flop down on this dog's head with his fingers in the dogs is just no the dog was like skews me your fingers. Remind is. So he's like we'll work through it on a so then we go back to the Greek and PK's walking the girls to their seats and stuff, and it's like well. You see I want your good night moon. Stars good night, his Conine. I don't know the rest of it L work. So and So Jerry psych often about seats. And hey. It's erica. Now, you remember the magnet leave Iraq today playing fill the cell show. So of them vulnerable. Vomit. Guess erica. We fucking know. My God, you've told her twenty times, I know. So then I'll tumble four starts playing like I love tumble for you. It's such a fun song. But it was sort of like a said like adult contemporary like. It was just like I didn't like arrangement. So what yet was definitely like a dinner cruise dinner cruise version like Boy, George your Boy, George you can this is not right? But then it doesn't matter because Renna was like it was like a chance for all the women. Crazy dancing Renos, doing her her like her hip thing that she does, you know, like side to side and Camille is doing her club MTV slash night at the palms casino dance where she likes like whips her head around, and her boobs, etc. And Cobb was doing her squat dance. Yeah, I'm surprised. You didn't do the splits in the Greek? I'm surprised someone probably stopped her. Like man, we do not have the insurance for what you would catch on the floor of the Greek. Yeah. And then southern Gladys Knight comes onstage in college. Like look at me goosebumps like like, you don't even know Gladys Knight as Kyle. If you if you're meaning to tell me that college knows Gladys Knight is. So everybody is going crazy. And Boy George has to read the lyrics, by the way with Gladys Knight. I was like thanks for putting in the effort. Boy. PK probably change the song at the last. Second boys damn him. By the way, one thing we have not mentioned now that we have to game of thrones podcast wasn't the whole thing that like PK and boy would watch game of thrones kicked Dixit it out of the bedroom. While I watched it what they were wa I just flashed back to me. I don't know non non-essential detail could become fabricating. They're singing the song. And he's reading the lyrics off the page, and the lyrics are the truth is runaway. Trae and the truth is runaway train and caucus. What does that mean? The truth is a runaway train. Which is so typical. Of course, he doesn't know what that means. I like I'll explain it to you. I'll explain that very simple and obvious metaphor too. You have two words. I mean, honestly Kyle. Honestly, it's like just like try to think of what a train is. And a runaway train is at then how that could be truth. Just try. Make him effort cow. So then Camille tells rent she's like these everyone's getting along. So well, we're gonna go when shoe gonna drop Caen out what if that shoot got Dr me out. Pointe shoe physically falls off to reach foot. So then then how she's pulling me? So then Eric leaves and then acquire comes up onstage. It's like it's at this point. They clearly don't have a lot for this episode. So it's basically like a concert episode. And now it's like now, we're watching live concert footage. It's like so now this choir comes on George start seeing new song. He's look with train at the station. That's ready to leave. I'm like it's just like it's tonight's the night of all train songs. And Kyle's just so confused. We train trying to leave. What does that mean? Does he ever song about a mini? Go kart cost forty thousand dollars to the train to the market. What does the train put its groceries? She was just very very confused, and I like been PK like gills you have to see this moment. This moment is beyond its choir. Clouds Brazi, I've never seen this part of me wonders if they Bravo to knock get the rights for midnight train. And so therefore they had to like sing other train songs to sort of connote. The fact that midnight train to Georgia was performed at that concert. It's like the she'll be coming round the mountain when she combed mixed when she comes the actual band trained comes out. This song, and Kyle I feel so lucky being here. What an amazing night there's been so much negativity lately. And it's nice that we can finally just laugh and have fun together. So they go backstage afterwards and Georgia's hanging out in the dressing room, and they all come in and calls calls s him question. She's like do you ever feel vulnerable Alabi scared? Someone would want to do something to me. You just staring at her like I wanna change in escorts when radiator. Thinks should be scared of this. I'm good. I'm just you really want to hurt me. Aw, that's Lyrica vaunted songs and PK's. Like, nobody thinks that Kyle or you can have issues, please he comes even get on with your best friend, you could have issues, and she's like, he K, endurance. Pick hangs like eight. Like, she's like PK you're the exact same fucking position because it's an English joke. Not an American joke. I'm sorry. Don't understand English jokes. I hate to brush your bubble. But Lisa speaking to you either with Kenny is we spoke for an hour. So what have and he told me I can call him Kenny now. So there, you know. Normally, I would never heard that before never normally I would actually be sort of like, I'm Kyle side. Like, it was a dick joke, and it's like you guys are all in the same boat. But then again, Kyle doesn't understand the truth is a runaway train. So I kind of get it. She doesn't understand the joke. She's. Wrong because the total asshole. But I mean, it's Kyle. So so the way up to Kyle may as will be directed at husband, and by the way theory time for Ben the way that PK is acting about this whole thing where he's like really eager to talk to Kenan. Lisa and the way that he's sort of like snapping at Kyle almost like he's trying to separate. And what even what he said on the phone? He's him himself and to read from the rest of the pack because it's almost like he wants to get back in with them. And I actually makes me think that maybe that pecan were not the ones you plan to the story because I think at that point PK was starting to want to like lick it gone out of hand. And he's like OSHA like I need to get back in the good graces. Yeah. Carl even says that later she's like, oh, so now you're giving me jab trying to get back and leasing cans good graces that right? Italy of an accurate read. I mean, an argument could be married that the article was leaked in order to make the re look even more like the victim. And then he didn't realize that that the actually. It could be that that they didn't. They didn't expect to be iced out either way. Whatever whatever it is. They're mad at Kyle because Kyle caused them to be iced out, and that was never part of the plan whether they leaked it or not. And that's where this anger is really coming from because Kyle fucked it all up for them as usual theory is very not well constructed today, and I apologize. I think it's a bunch of assholes who the tides are turning on them. So now, they're all trying to blame each other and get each other in trouble. And then Kyle's like, whatever I've been defending you which is also bullshit because as we'll get to later when she's finding what to read. But that's also bullshit. So Kyle's like the whole reason I got into this was speaking on your wife's behalf. Yeah. Like you haven't had an ax to grind for the past nine years. Kyle. Okay. Do it every other season. Yeah. It's a little bit of like a mortar moment, which feels not quite using to read situation to get back at Vander pumps like what the fuck business is this. Wiles. And Kyle's also the one who's brought it up in every damn seeing this entire season. And the dog the dog making objects trying to get everybody talking about the dog. So please give me a break. Yeah. So reassigned PK NTV. Lisa vendor. Poop of have away of joking and it can sound. But it's just wait for it. Everybody. Girls are leaving. And Camille that was a nasty comment. And they're like, yeah. I really was PK and his Joe no sorry about Lisa Renner from last week. What are nasty? And you've been defending her the whole time got it would be nice. If someone defended me against these. And then meanwhile, back in the green room recyc- PK. He don't know these women. So you can't say these jokes PK, he's like need to know them. I made a joke. I'm like actually when you make a joke. You really do need to know your audience. So never work. You've got teddy pulling in exact same thing. That's only the teddy move that. She's always pulling sick. That was on purpose. He said that on purpose. Teddy's getting all riled up on something out of earth fucking business. And then she's like whatever conversation he had with Ken got him to place where this is always acting now. So maybe making it sound like Lisa can have. They heard elated another another right there the masterminds. I'm like, no, he is like these kind of like the meal ticket or something like the cool, friends and PK totally lost connection with the cool friends. And now he's passing he's trying to get back in also to read one of the least popular housewives. I mean, arguably the least on this show PK owes millions of dollars to people about to get his life ruined. And he kind of needs a job at the moment. So he kind of kicked his he kind of looked gift horse in the mouth. Okay. Yeah. Exactly. So. Yeah. PK keep saying joke. Baby is joke so vassal, but I don't care because I so then outside Kyle still fuming and she's like this whole situation. PK Lisa now, they're not PK's kissing Lisa's ass. Well, good luck with that. Good luck with your wife to. Yeah. And Reynolds base rid is also a mad now rented of work themselves into an anger over nothing. Basically. PK loves the shit. And I say that because I love this shit. I love it so much were you shit to you one sister to another. I can call it. Another search Shitsu renaissance. I totally get it totally getting meals like got steep and crowd goes, you know, what this is based on you and your wife giving up your dog. Like, she starts getting nasty because Kyle throw your ass bright under the bus, and she feels the need to. But then like she's here. Yeah. So to Rico out to defend PK sick. He didn't mean it that way. It was English Huma have you ever heard of English humor before? Coming from was it stupid. Yes. What's the tip y'all dick? Yes. Does it have prosaic? Yes. Sometimes because it falls asleep on it to me. Yes. Does it go to bed with teachers dust on its shed? Yes. Like, it's the point to rate then teddy sitting there. She's like the report is that he says, we're good. We're good that doesn't matter. Okay. I'm not talking about that right now. Teddy. Heavies making mad that he's aligned again with the Vander prompts like she's such a transparent asshole at this point. And it doesn't matter. But that's the heart of the situation. She's let me have compensation with cow. When to release her shit on teddy. It is so funny. She just gets to read spent so much time kissing everyone else's ass. So then when she just lets out her true frustrations on always let them all out on teddy. It is so hilarious because he's like home to just always unloads right on that shot that teddy. Teddy's one of those people this just like mad about everything all the time. Now. She's like, okay. Just talk to me with so inappropriate. It's like teddy isn't about you. Stay out of this. Like, I feel like to read and I don't like sympathize with the rate. Our aunt shot. I know were yelling at me. I'm like trying to tell you what we all perceptive at what happened and then reaches, but I'm happy for you. Bob. And I'm sure it was very annoyed that I made a good point Hetty said how many times the room in the buck up teddy the room like to read to reaping personality and Kyle Sern to yell. I love that. That's my favorites out of their personalities. I want more of that. And Ted is okay. You can go ahead now. Thanks for your permission Tanny. Thank you. And then Camille like, you know, me into read have Pablo, but I'm gonna start with her on this one teddy and our big math. No at I'll teddy. It's not the right time to insert yourself into that conversation period. And. Wings, up account leans arms out, and like flings or did you get rear ended in this interview? Like, what is happening to you? Camille. I spend my cool. So so Kyle again now is like she's like elevating herself up to like full sainthood. She's like my whole fight has been protecting you to try to protect the two of you. I'm like, why did you come on by you started this sense? And you got and recalls route three it's like, no, you'll find just about John problems. No, if I wasn't friends with you. I would have stood up for her no matter wet, but I had to be on because she goes actually specifically. Well, pretty much what you just said by Kyle's like if it were just about leasing me. I would have defended her blindly you want like she wants me to which is such a loaded thing to say, it's still like an in Kyle defensive herself. And even of Lisa she's totally putting Lisa down and a certain that Lisa's the manipulator silting caused behind. All this. Well, I think I was behind it all, but I think that she tries to Vander pump thing where she's makes everyone else. Do the dirty work. I mean, she had to do a lot of the bringing it up to get somebody else to do it. Like she had to give her cues for sure where she's like Rina. What about the dog? I'm going to say, what are you talking about the what what dog, right? I, you know, I think he's trying to manipulate it kind of in that way. But point so anyway to this fight teddy Teddy's telling us, it's really weird watching to re Kyle fight about who's better friends with Lisa like, it's beyond. This whole thing is beyond. I'm like really teddy. This whole thing centers around you texting twenty two year old obsessively about shit that was none of your business in the first place that you decided to turn into a big fight on national television. However is like what I'm sick of British humor. I should stop being friends British people that's British humor can what I wish I could hide behind British humor. No. I'm just asshole with I. Econo-? Karen, big lips. I'd love that. She elevated her hair tie conic declared Connick. That was. No, you know, when she sing it's British humor. I don't know how she's really tried to make what she saying British humor ever like she says like where people doing coke in your bathroom. That's not really humorous were joke. You know what I mean? Yeah. Know just a weird comparison. So, but she has always hated that any print British humor though when people. Well, it needed to beat that. That was some English Huma for your only I'm here to for the real problems. Humor is getting a bad rap. Okay. PK is not an ambassador for English humor. He is like every time he gets into Trump, it Singhbhum, babe English Huma. No your joke about the panties. Not in good humor. Your job right now about Kyle. That was a passive aggressive dig even though anti Kyle. That was a passive aggressive dig. That's not in good humor. So remers like, you know, what guys we gotta go. I've just seen on a park bench. I mean, I've been in portrait mode on phone for this entire scenes. Teddy goes up to like, you know, when you got man, I don't want you stopping at me. Like, all right. Well, then I didn't want you jumping down my throat teddy. Teddy Baz, I should call you. Okay. Reynoso did snap to be you. Snap. Okay. Maybe because I'm sick of doing that to cope stint. Let time and haven't again, I'm sorry about being aggressive. I'm gonna like good. Yeah. I could just imagine as like having your own daytime court show like all right plaintiff safe. What your issue is? Well, she was supposed to pay me rant. And she never did. Good. Say it say doubt. So then Kyle just tells dorito she's like, okay, I'm past. But like, I was offended in the moment. But I'm not gonna you know, make this erica's vagina for two years. Okay. I'll let it go. And then Kyle tells us she's like carry it forever. No. But right now in pissed off fuck UPK. Sorry. It's British humor. Go good. Once again, Kyle not being able to carry it off. I cannot believe how impassioned we became over. What was actually fairly dull episode of watching some women go to a concert at the Greek and dodger concert, and then at the end they had a miscommunication. But we are so fired up. I fired up because now, I'm even mad at least Vander pup. I'm like come on everyone. I mad at everyone except for Denise. And honestly, I could probably get mad at her. If you say the right thing. This shows always fun to talk about. It's the most ridiculous housewives. Yeah. People are wondering that's the thing. And like, no one wants admit that they're sucked into this petty ever sick of it. I'm so sick of this. Because there was discussion that Beverly Hills ratings are through the roof the roof is like the stupidest story line like the dog who cares about the dog. Because even though it's two storyline. There is a fucking big few mad. There's a big feud going on right now. And we all want to take sides whenever that happens huge ratings. So that's why we're all we're all involved. Yeah. I'm invested as us. Okay. Everybody. Thanks so much for being here. Go get our life show tickets over at watch crap in dot com. That is also where you'll find links to our straight to the Rosa and Roselle day t shirts. Plummer, and we are gonna move our crap on demand videos to our regular patriots. Just go over to patriotic. You wanna see us to a couple of recaps every week? And I think that's it. Right man, yet tomorrow, we are back with the most beautiful jewel in the Bravo. 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