Aired Last week 1:22
Vietnam says Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law
From the news
Aired 2 months ago 4:32
This American Life
Mr Martin Discussed on This American Life
Aired 2 months ago 3:06
Mr Martin Discussed on Unspooled
Aired 7 months ago 1:10
Charlie Parker | Newsradio 1200 WOAI
Khloé's Kardashian 34th birthday
Aired 2 months ago 57:15
1963 - Midterm Elections Preview w/ MR Crew
On today's show: Ohio congressional candidate Danny O'Connor explains how GOP will take away your healthcare in debate against Republican Troy Balderson. Stacey Abrams calls her opponent Brian Kemp an "architect of voter suppression." Morning Joe reveals Trump once admitted he plays the race card: "I know it's bad, but it works." Trump says the media are the ones creating violence in America with their fake news lies. Steve Martin lookalike chants "CNN sucks!" outside a Miami Trump rally. On the fun half: John from San Antonio (@cacophousminuti) on the nation's most flippable districts. Sam challenges Steven Crowder to debate in trippy video. "Reformed Republican" @chckpeas cons conservatives by pretending to join "walk away" movement. Why does the GOP hate Nancy Pelosi? Would employers use Medicare-for-all as an excuse to pay their workers less? Will the GOP stage a coup if the Dems win big? Some thoughts on government and "efficiency." Trump does not regret selling American bombs to Saudi Arabia, says Saudis just "don't know how to use" them. A plug for Professor Lawrence Brown's study of segregated Baltimore. How to talk to white liberals about the need for gun control. The difference between leftists and liberals. Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Check out today's sponsors: Hunt A Killer is a monthly subscription where you become a detective immersed in a murder mystery. Each month, a fictional serial killer will send you cryptic clues, objects, and letters. Right now, our listeners can go to HuntAKiller.com/majority for 10% off your first box. The first ever TMBS live show is at the Bell House in Brooklyn on February 1st! Get your tickets here! Check out The Michael Brooks Show at patreon.com/tmbs, and the new TMBS YouTube channel for all short TMBS clips Check out Matt’s podcast, Literary Hangover, at Patreon.com/LiteraryHangover or on iTunes Check out Jamie’s podcast, The Antifada, at patreon.com/theantifada, on iTunes, or at youtube.com/theantifada Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @majorityfm @SamSeder @_michaelbrooks @MattLech @jamie_elizabeth @Bf1nn
The Majority Report with Sam Seder
Aired 2 months ago 191:01
FuseBox Radio #565: #FuseBoxRadioFlashback - 911 Ain't Your Hookup Number Sir... [Weeks of July 11 & 18, 2018 Episode]
This is a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast for the weeks of July 11 & 18, 2018 (originally broadcast on the week of Jan. 15, 2014) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. Our commentary during that week's show focused on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, it's meaning and the man's legacy in the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S., NJ Governor Chris Christie's many new political problems via Bridgegate and more, how Kim Dotcom's new music distribution & sales service BaBoom could REALLY change the game for indie music artists, Seattle Seahawks' player Richard Sherman's celebration during the NFL Playoffs and race raising it's ugly head, a stupid Florida policeman who had his mistress use 911 for hookups and some other things here & there. _____ Official FuseBox Radio Broadcast Website: http://www.FuseBoxRadio.com Official FuseBox Radio Broadcast Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/FuseBoxRadioShow FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Weeks of July 11 & 18, 2018 [originally broadcast on the Week of Jan. 15, 2014] Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. After The Smoke/Come and Leave/AfterTheSmoke.tumblr.com 2. Kenautis Smith & Black Spade/March Madness/All Natural Inc. 3. Alice Russell/Different (AOM Galaxy Dub)/Tru Thoughts 4. Sa-Roc/True Mastery/AVC Records & Sol Messiah Music 5. Kosha Dillz feat. Murs/We Are Different/Murs 3:16 6. MeccaGodZilla/Drum Style 2/MeccaGodZilla.com 7. Beat Spacek/Alone In Da Sun/Ninja Tune 8. Apollo Brown & Planet Asia/Bar Mitzvah/Mello Music Group 9. The Bodega Brovas feat. Koncept & Playdough/Book of Eli/October Media Group 10. The Kidd Rizz/The Death of Me (inst.)/The Outfit Records Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Childish Gambino/Flight of the Navigator/Glassnote (Played Live) 2. Hasan Salaam/1911/HasanSalaamMusic.com (Played Live) 3. Jovie/Hello/Show Me Ent. (Played Live) 4. Pharrell Williams/Happy/Star Trek (Top Song Requested) 5. Flying Lotus/Coleman's Groove, Andreya 2/Flying-Lotus.com (Top Song Requested) 6. Rakim/Mandiba (A Tribute to Nelson Mandela)/No Mystery Studios & Orchard (Top Song Requested) 7. John Robinson & PVD/Off The Wall/Brick Records (Top Song Requested) 8. Leela James feat. Anthony Hamilton/Say That/E1 (Top Song Requested) 9. WillEQ/Better Off Alone/WillEQ.com (Top Song Requested) 10. Oddisee/Invisible Walls/Mello Music Group (Top Song Requested) 11. Xiomara/Electric Relaxation/XiomaraMusic.com (Top Song Requested) 12. Morcheeba/Face of Danger/PIAS (Top Song Requested) 13. Asheru/Life After The Show (inst.)/Guerrilla Arts Ink (Top Song Requested) 14. Busta Rhymes & Q-tip, Kanye West & Lil' Wayne/Thank You/CMYMB & GOOD Music (Top Song Requested) 15. Cannibal Ox/Gases In Hell (Inhale)/IGC Records & iHipHop (Top Song Requested) 16. Ashley Beedle/Saturday (Let Me See You)/Girls Music & Yardism (Top Song Requested) 17. Bun B/Eagles/UGK Records (Top Song Requested) 18. Res/Edge of Seventeen/RefriedMac.com (Top Song Requested) 19. Jhene Aiko/The Worst/Epic (Top Song Requested) 20. The Gourmet Family feat. Mell Masters, Mr. Jackson & Zoo Beeze/If I Could Go Back/Gourmet Records (Top Song Requested) 21. Smif 'N Wessun/These Streets/Duck Down (Top Song Requested) 22. Small Change and DJ Reaganomics/Downtown Soulville/White Label (Top Song Requested) 23. Nametag & Nameless/Awwwe Man/Brick Records (Top Song Requested) 24. Yamin Semali feat. DT, DJ Pocket & Count Bass D/To and Fro/Yen Dollar Music (Top Song Requested) 25. Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Dwele/No Worries/Blue Note (Top Song Requested) DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: The Roots/Melting Pot (The BBC Sessions)/White Label Snowboy/Astralisation (Original 12" Mix)/Acid Jazz Pacewon/Step Up/White Label PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
FuseBox Radio Broadcast
Aired 3 months ago 139:11
G'day, Huawei Mate 20 Pro! | #PNWeekly 328+
Watch the OnePlus 6T launch event livestream on October 29.In London town, Huawei has brought a legion tech junket to show off four phones, three wearable devices, a memory card and a whole lot more. And with all of that, we get all of the megapixels, too. What do we make of it?Well, we have five people tired out of their minds doing a podcast at two in the morning and then we have four people removed far away from Britain talking around the phone and going into some interesting tangents about gaming on tablets and the OnePlus 6T. It's a special two-in-one edition of the Pocketnow Weekly!Watch our London edition video recorded at 9:00pm Eastern on October 18th or the live edition video recorded at 2:30pm Eastern on October 19th. You can also check out the combined high-quality audio version right here or through Apple, Google, our RSS and wherever you get your podcasts. Shoot feedback to the hosts at email@example.com!HostsJoshua VergaraJules WangGuestsDavid Cogen (TheUnlockr)Michael Fisher (Mr. Mobile)Ryne Hager (Android Police)David Imel (Android Authority)Taylor MartinBrandon MinimanJaime RiveraAgendaHuawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro: Would you pay extra for more megapixels?Mate 20 X: Should mobile gaming just be about the battery life?Porsche Design Mate 20 RS: Is this partnership we still want to happen?Nano Memory Card: Why is Huawei creating proprietary memory media?Huawei Watch GT: Is this another nail in the coffin for Wear OS?EMUI 9.0: How will you adapt to Huawei's Android this time?Coming up next:Xiaomi: Black Shark 2 and Mi MIX 3Apple: iPad Pro, MacBook Air, AirPower?OnePlus: OnePlus 6TAnd Finally...iPhone XR: Your thoughts in three words?•See you next week!
Pocket Now Weekly
Aired 2 weeks ago 88:35
E257 Martin Yosef
This is fifteen minutes of freedom. I'm your host Ryan. I don't today's episode is a special in person conversation. I'm going to say interview with someone's going to change your perception on what is possible for your life. Martin Yosef Martin. How are you doing? Pretty good yourself. I'm exquisitely well, not exquisitely while so Marta jump right in. What's one thing? That people have a perception, do you think people are operating the perception of that is not serving them right now. Like the way that you've you the world. Is going to change some people that are listen this show hit me with some to start with will perception is whatever you make it. And right, of course, whatever you make. And and we're constantly creating you know what I mean? And then whatever feels kinda like normal to us or jives with us. Then we start building from that center. You're gonna meet and whatever we come across it doesn't line up with our center. We're automatically disturbed like, yeah. I mean, but as I that was figments of imagination ideas created right by individuals. Yeah. You could easily overlook it and be comfortable and just doing you know, what I mean? But we become so heavily passionate about what somebody else's doing how they're living. Yeah. So our perception of ourselves already being fragmented. This is my idea though, why love that. So, and I said that we we started out this interview pre show interview with I said, we're just gonna talk whatever comes out Fisher. And then I said we can go as crazy down this whole as you want to personally don't care if eighty percent of you listening after this show. Tune out MR says like that's a pretty that's a pretty extreme thing. Right. That's a different perception childlike perception of wanting to try things out and yeah. And walk me through what you meant more by that. I think that child like perception, you even said, it just recently as far as what that actually feels and means to you and every moment because it's is different right? Like, I'm I'm running my own operating system right now. And I have a perception of how you view me. And I have a perception I the outside world crack, an F perceptions, obviously forming my version of reality much like it's as you're listening. It's forming your version of reality. Like you already. If you think about it, you close your eyes, hopefully, not while you're driving. You've heard speaking new guy Martin if I. Martin. I said don't think Martin Lawrence your insulating of Martin Lawrence. If you know who that is right. Like, you already have a mental perception of who Martin is without even seeing him just from hearing him speak, but that comes down to that child like Yossi. Riding, the bike Eurocity. We all do the best. We can to almost stave off as a badge of honor showing the fact of like, we're adults now. Yeah. But that's not really what serves us. Yeah. We're we wanna grow up. We want to censor stability. That's another perception created when we find something whether it's religion or or political ideology, whatever tradition in the family, a kind of centers of sorts provides a center, and then we feel that we can have stability and built from it. But a kid doesn't do that kid is constantly experimenting. You know what I mean? Yeah. He doesn't understand that the Bill is due at such and such day. He super carefree. You know what I mean? So it's like we lose that that freeness. I guess I don't know if there is a name. Yeah. We just just lose it. Because we grow up. You know, I love putting an air quotes girl because to me we're actually almost growing down. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're not ascending to a higher level of consciousness when we do that. Right. What gets into the whole conversation about religion like you. And I last week at an opportunity to spend hours with you having to eat, which was incredible. But that's into all these your view of religion, and your understanding of it. I mean, you've read essentially ever religious scripture thing. Yeah. Every holy little script that they say, it's something. Of course, I read it. And you've had so many parallels of your understanding of what was written versus maybe the way I'm gonna air, quote churches. Yeah. Have said it should be interpreted versus then how that can be applied to a person's life. Yeah. I think there's so much touch on there as we get into like you said it last week. I'm okay. Saying that I am a God sitting right here. Absolutely. Doesn't even bother me a little bit. It doesn't mean. I am the God. Yeah. It means. I am God. Yeah. So are you though? Yeah. Being Martin sitting in front of. So as the studio. Absolutely. So are you as you're listening? I do realize saying this I can feel energetically as I said that out some of you are vibrating in a place that has very unhealthily that's turning you off. It's so polarizing for you to hear that you are a God that you're shutting down right now. I encourage beers opened for second. Yeah. Hit us with Martin hit us with where that even came from that understanding well. Our perceptions or mine creates ideas, these this is how I think my our minds create ideas of what is quote God like being is. Right. And then we behave in a certain way based on what those ideas are automatically by default. So a lot of people see got a apart from them outside of them. So they're always without power searching and seeking power and there's an unbalanced of power already within. Because you're denying yourself the very essence of the source. It's like Hello. You're alive. You know what? I mean. You're breathing. Yeah. You're saying you didn't have to. But you are you know, what I'm saying that in itself has a childlike wonder lice like, wow, that's mysterious. And we don't have to have an answer. And that's the thing with the kid. He he doesn't have to find the answer to be caught up with it. Right. And that's the sense again of wonder, I don't try to make it like, I know what the God is. I just say there's something higher. There's something more. Yes. So if there is the fact that I'm here wants to just, you know, I don't know relate Bill to us create. I dunno whatever, whatever. Well, as you touch base on that you've had multiple experiences that you shared with me of if I say divine intervention, I think that under cells actually what it is. It's manifestation. I think that is also kind of odds called a bullshit term for me personally. Right. Some of some things like you shared with me about moving to Connecticut or living in Connecticut and had the opportunity to have someone and I don't remember. I don't wanna I'm gonna let you tell the story because I taught I can't do it Justice. But there were some of the came in town or or helped you with a housing situation. She wasn't from our country. Right. There's some things that went on. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But this is a story that floored me because how materialistic the majority of us are right imagine as you're listening the car that you're sitting in or the phone you're holding in your hand. Somebody gave you that phone. Somebody gave you that car said here. Look like, you just take this. Yeah. Yeah. And when you get on using it, what would you typically do as you're listening? I if it was me, I've no problem saying, the first thing that comes to my mind is outta sold it. Yeah. Right. Like that just made sense to me like it was mine. I appreciate the gift. I honored I respected. I love it. But it was mine. That's not your version of the story. We got we got onto the story again. Yeah. Yeah. It's I'm a weird character at least that's how I'm usually described. But. I was in Connecticut and this lady from Jamaica own a house out there. And she just gave it to me. I was homeless prior to that for what I like to say a year rounded up it was eleven months if you want to be precise. But the point is I met her and she gave me this house for free like for free. And I lived in there, you know, for a long time. And then when I decided I was going to move on with my life. I gave it back to your. Yeah. No. So you physical I called her and said, yeah, thanks for letting me have this house. But now, I don't need any more. I'm gonna give it back to you here. It is like a pre ate it. Yeah. That the most people would have sold on it rented out capitalize some other way. But it's like, I don't know. I just I just didn't see it as an opportunity for that. That's so wild to me. Why I don't I don't see why though to like. It's to me is just normal. Well, of course, but to you. Yeah. Right like, but same thing as we touch. I mean, you you skim over it like it's no big deal, but the homeless situation like most people think homeless and you're like, oh, man. This guy was down on his luck this man like, yeah. Something bad had happened in his life for him to become homeless. That also isn't really your story. There was there was an understanding of the necessity to realize what that was like in order to ascend the next level of what you're destined to do. I was doing it all on purpose. I play my rose. Like, I I understand again like a child that you can create whatever you wanna create in life. What I'm saying? You know, how they play make believe that they got the firemen, and it's a real in the make all the noises that play with these toys in there, creating a story. Well, we can do that. When we grow up, we just are unaware Ryan. I mean that we're not that we're doing. So we're always creating a story. So it's like, I don't wanna talk because I read something in the book and read some statistics, and whatever that's fine. But I like to experience things, you know, like like movie actor or actress they go into a movie they play a role in they play. So well convinces you you know, what I mean of whatever role they're playing a good actor. So I just do that. I was like, you know, what let's live that life. Let's see why people are struggling so much. What's so bad about it that they can't seem to, you know, change your life? And it's like all must be good for you and must be nice because you've got a business or you got money. You gotta house whatever. And it's like I can be homeless too, right? You're gonna mean that you go in and experiment with it like not just talking to talk like being living for real thinking, Dan sleeping outside like them and stuff like that. And you'll like at first Matz, really not that bad. You can stay happy. If you're happy on the inside. Yeah. But it's like at the end of the day. It wasn't that. You can't be happy being homeless is like is this all I want. Right. See them saying back to the perception. Okay. I play the rule. I see what people feel I can relate. But it's like. I also know that I don't have to stay there. So walk me through your homeless for eleven months. We'll part of the country where we at Connecticut. Connecticut, homeless, Connecticut, you're one of four people in Connecticut. I feel like this homeless. I'm kidding. Of course. But so then essentially what's the next step like you realize this plane a role you're in this. You're experiencing you wanna know what it's like instead of reading in a book, then all right? I've done this. I know this is like I can relate to these people. I don't how to bring people out of that into the next area. Because like you said you're just playing a role. Right. We're all playing a role display row. What's the next step? Like where do you go next? You just. Just decided to go clean up get a job and make things happen. Yes. So I just I did that you know, and got a management position. I don't know got promoted within less than a year. But again, it's like applying again, the same thing the new story. Now new story was like I'm gonna go out there. And I'm gonna you know work at the store, and I'm gonna be the manager. Like, I told myself a new story and just like that. I did it. Yeah. You know? So I don't understand. I get a little confused when people like, well, I don't understand. It's like, what do you mean? You don't understand? Whatever you think about yourself check it. And if you don't like change it. And at some base level. It's really just that easy. Right. Like, there's nothing. Creek coming full, circle, you spent the last few years helping. Men women children from more of a coaching passively attempted. Sure, that's a storytelling right now. But right, sure this. This is a role you had to play in that moment to get what you need to get out of it. But you've been inside of religious organizations. Get right into had some say persecution there. But I think anytime that someone steals the the light from the man on the podium. Yeah. All of a sudden, there's this really crazy struggle for power. Even though knowing you that is the polar opposite of what you are energy medically. But let's talk about the coaching side of things. Let's talk about some of the principles there. I mean, you've you've had your stops along the way with met men and women in the rehab environment. Right. There's been some some different stop. You've head was that look like. I don't know if I understand the question. But so painting the picture I want to make sure that it's one thing for us talk about perception, it's one Russell about painting the story and creating a story and being homeless than getting a managerial position. I think it does disservice to the not touch base on how many hundreds of thousands of people's lives that you have been directly interacting with to understand. How the pieces are really fitting together. Right. This is why I I don't look at clients or anybody at work with and you were gonna say or anything like that. I don't look at them as inferior or superior to me in. I mean, we're all in same level playing field. That's how I look at it. We can collaborate and make something awesome or weaken compete for whatever random reason. I mean, so I try to work through the system in with with stuff that already exists. Institutions that already exists in stablishment. But like you said, and you mentioned it's like they've already got a mindset of what it's like, you know, what I mean? So once you a set one way of life. It's almost kinda like. You know, what I mean any anything that sounds different is gonna rock you too much. Right. I mean, so talk about some of those differences right up. I won't get into any of this specific religious organizations. Don't think that really matters as much as the fact of you come in with your belief system you sharing from place of of love equality, compassion. Yeah. What are you? What message are you sharing that alternate ends up in there being this kind of? I'll call negative feedback loop. Right. But you're getting pushback. Yeah. Yeah. That's me out for a little bit. So if I can say this I'll say this a lot of people say in the positive influence round. Right. They'll they'll usually say your vibe attracts your tribe. You know what I'm saying? I like to think I'm good vibe, dude. Yeah. I like to think I am. You know what I mean? I'd say, so, but I, but I checked myself a lot of times because you know, just because I think that doesn't mean I can't make a mistake. I understand that. So I look at myself, I looked within I and I try to do that way. But. For the weirdest reason quoque, well, I'll say quote, quote, right as positive as I am. I can't attracting nothing. But negativity. Yeah. So that trips out a lot of people and quo-, quote attr- me to you know, what? I mean, if I want to be honest, right? But then it's like Hello same thing. I always teach. There's two sides to look at everything there's always two sides to look at everything. I choose to look at the bright side. Yeah. You know what I mean? So I looked for the bright side. You know what I mean? And everything that I do and in everything everybody does. And I don't know a train myself to look at the light just a light. Of course, that was we spent a long time on that when we were dinner together. Yeah. Look at the light versus dark and really. And this this is again, that's another polarizing conversation. I'm ready for this one especially the feedback that will come as we talk about ascension or awakening, or whatever Koi term, we wanna put on it. There are some people operating under the mindset shift of the world is inherently negative. Yeah. There are some that are somewhere between some stuff as positive negative yet. There are some allow leading more heavily towards positive than negative. Correct. Then there's some that there is no negative. There's only there's only the positive and we'll call that. I can what a light worker. I don't care. What we sure would the all these titles are meaningless pointless it, but we have to at some point make this. So as you're listening listener, you can understand some of the different shifts that we're talking about. Yeah. You have made it a conscious decision which has then become an unconscious operating system yet that there is only light correct in your life. There's is only. I don't care. What happened who died? What car accident? You know what? I mean, you're in. It's like there's a bright to everything. Yeah. And if you train up to look at the bright, you never lose right ever ever. But how do you train somebody to do that there's different quo quo exercises? You can do that can become like religious monotonous. Then it's no different than prayer or something like that. Or reading the bible you have to do at x amount of times. And you know what? I mean, the thing is for me. It's like become it. Okay. I mean, so again, it's like if life is a story, I have the authority. I'm the author that has the authority to write my script, and I can change my role any given time in the mean. So again, we go back to actress, and the actress and movies, the reason we enjoy because they play the role soul. Well, they're acting was bad. We wouldn't watch it. I mean, and and and yet we're playing ourselves very badly because we're not consciously aware things just happen to us what I can't help. But I think can you. Well, I can't help how I feel. Can you the actor did? Yeah. He he literally played his row. He controlled the emotion that he needed for that scene and made you believe it, but in real life. We don't do that. That's not how real life works. There's your story. Yes. Where does that story? Come from. Who knows we can sit here and say, you know, and do those psychological back training of of digging wearing my childhood was my mom was my dad, and my home my school combination of all the above. It doesn't matter. I'll have people get lost in that in thing. That's where the religious debates kind of get fired up because everybody's trying to fight. You're going to be about what it really means. Whereas started in who's this and who's wrong and right in. It's like there's a level at least in my understanding that there is no such thing as right wrong. I mean, it's a level of responsibility, so level of personal responsibility. Where you just recognize when you do certain things like oh, wow. That didn't work out as well. As I fought. So you just redirect you're gonna mean like, you don't feel guilty about it. You don't be shame about it. You don't, you know, get down, you, you just make note, every redirect. The course you don't become an angry traveler are we miss our darn exit get pissed and it's like, okay. So you know, what you need to do get off onto the exit exit and hop back on track. It's literally that simple. But we tell ourselves that. It's not decimal. So we don't like we were at right? And then we tell ourselves there's nothing that can be done about it, of course. And there's your loop, and you repeat rent's way up repeat. And he start feeling shitty. Hit your life. You're stuck you know, the positive things, you know, the quotes, you know, you've heard about meditation you, and you're you're still kind of stuck because you're fighting between your spiritual existence and your material realm. So talk more about that. Because the average person to me the spiritual existence versa. Material realm. It took me I mean been very candid with you and share it with you on the microphone for sure it's only been maybe two and a half or three years that I have had the ability to see life through what you just presented before when out of her that of unlike and this guy is crazy Lizzy talkative shit doesn't make any sense like spiritual versa material like we're in the material. World spirituality can't be measured or monitor tracked, and what it can be. Yeah. And it is. Yeah. Because it's inside. Yeah. And I know what I'm spiritually line. And when I'm not, right. I can feel for shadow exactly what it is Fisher. And then when I feel the absence of it. I can re correct an insulin. Bring it back in. But how what's your what's your meditate like you've meditated for more years than most of us by even been breathing. Right. You're an old, man. But you've been you've been at this practice as I referred to it right on with you ever master meditation. At least not for me, you might you have a different way of a different understanding different. Yeah. Walk us through that. Well, there's different. There's different quote, quote, gurus and trainings right about meditation, and classes, but again, everybody's gonna give you their perspective and understanding of it. If it exists in them than it exists in the cat. So I always look within. I like where most people train themselves to always look without for whatever information. I'm like, well, clearly the information came from somewhere. You see them saying the source? So I always go to source. I I always look within instead of blaming anybody or looking at what's wrong with the world, or whatever I always look within. I I start there. Okay. So you met tissue meditating four twenty years. Fifteen little over fifteen. Okay. Yeah. And fifteen years ago, we go back to day one meditation that was before it would all the crazy apps out of four tracking and monitoring measuring. Yeah. I'm in the internet was around back then but not how it is now. Yeah. Like what what was that for you? Like, what was that internal calling of like it's time to meditate. How did that? Come. I don't know. I just saw the world. And I saw how things were really bad quote quote yet. I mean like, but it's not that they're bad. You just that's what I'm focusing on noticing at that moment, you see what I'm saying. Because there's a lot of good things happening to. Yeah. But we train our to look at one way or another. So. I at that point. I saw the bad not only around me. But within me, and I was like crap I could be a better citizen. You know, what I mean, I could provide more in the world than just consume and take and I started becoming a little more like mindful. You know what I mean? So when you say mindful like personal wariness of what's taking stock in. Yeah. Yeah. Roll your thoughts. Like, what do we have a logically just becoming more aware that? Okay. I as a human on this earth play row, the things I do affect in some way of form. Right. So that's a me. Just just that simple way of thinking like that to me was meditation. Okay. Because to me I define meditation, the constant chatter this going into mine or the one that's not there. Sometimes silence. Here's what I mean. But that's meditation. It can come in different waves. And when you define it only one way, then people force himself. To accomplish that. And maybe if they can't then they're like, why can't meditate right thing is no, no, no, meditation, literally is what you're already doing your constant chatter. Your constant foster. Just flash all the time. I mean, you just start slowing down enough to catch him in here. And see if they serve you work for you. And what do they do for you? And then you just you know, instead of debating and fighting the quote ones that don't sound good, which I call a wasted amount of energy for no reason, you're fighting you need. So that means you're creating resistance. I just noticed it. And also, I I find a way to I don't know make it percent. A better argument. Okay. You know what? I mean. Yeah. So it's it's literally is literally understanding that my life doesn't just happened to me. My thoughts emit in radiate, some kind of energy if I'm in a bad mood people around me are going to feel like are you? Okay. Right. Yeah. So once in a blue week, we catch like, oh, you can tell and it's like all the time. All the time. You're always carrying that energy. Whatever it is. You know what I mean? So if you feel great, then that's that's good energy. You know, what I look at that you touch base on called the butterfly effect right from the mood Ashton Kutcher. What a horrible example. But okay. As we do something here. I believe the universe operates on some zero total. Yeah, meeting there has to be duality. There has to be for the positive energy that you're omitting into Lynn becomes a consciousness transcends are current level as a society, not just US global society. Then it would have to be equal and opposite reaction, right? Like this positive is you are the energy that you omit in my mind than somewhere else on the planet. There's an equal amount of negative abrasion. That's coming out to keep us almost stuck. Yeah. Right. Oh, this is this is out there. Right. Like, this is an I want the feedback. I guess your is getting squeezed. So I like this healthy debate. But it's to me until we as a unified front wake up to the fact that we are in control of our own thoughts and abilities, and you start to look at the religious separatism that happens and people standing so steadfast on their printed book that says what they have to this is what it has to be. You have angst across religions of thinking that this religion is better than the other. So you have negative vibe rations that are happening there, you have negative energy you then would have that same amount of positive that's happening somewhere else. Because almost never religious sector. You have the extremists that aren't willing to consider any other possibility you have kind of the mid range, and the some of the progressives are like, well, I'm gonna be able to take this piece from this religion in that piece. Right. There's there's a dichotomy even inside of religions, let alone inside of ethnicities, let alone inside of socioeconomic standards. So when you throw them all together in a pot. I believe the energy vibration, frequency whatever you wanna call. It is almost zero right that they everything kind of bounce each other out because inside into you have a woken the consciousness out of you were nominated or owned it you even said like to start with we have negative positive thoughts. Yeah. Overtime. You train yourself in its negative gone that just doesn't it's not even present. Like even thought in fifteen years don't care how long it's been. Yeah. So now, you're you're only positive, right? But you could play the role in a heartbeat. And if I said Martin, I want you to be pissed off like you. Yep. Instantly started met the negative abrasion be pissed off about cycle would organise affecting. Yeah. And we'll which one you mean because when you when you when you have emotions there's a chemicals being released in your body. I mean, and and they will have an effect on your wellbeing. Yeah. Zane? So it all ties in a lot of times. We're we're struggling with physical elements that if we energetically released emotionally certain emotions, you know, what I mean. We'd be all right. We didn't need a pill or a whole, you know, I don't know long visited a doctors, etc. Operations and cut this cut that a lot of times. It's just balancing your your. Your mind in. I mean, of course, his you've you've actually done that in more than one example in your life for sure for sure was the most rezone most recent was a lump a lump on my chest. Yeah. Most people would get something like that. And obviously freak out, and I'm not gonna lie to you in the human shell. So I kind of did the same thing in Nishel -ly. But as soon as it came up, I was like, well, yeah, I can believe that that is some serious. I got to believe they'll be gone tomorrow. Right. Unum saying both of those possible thoughts. Yeah. Why do I have to choose? Oh my God. It's a tumor. It's cancerous. This is serious. It's gotta look that. Why is that the initial thought why do I I wanted dance and play with that one? Most people would of course. I chose the other one. I chose the abnormal fought. I chose like that be going more. Right. What do you mean going? You don't even know what it is. Who cares? What it is came from nothing goes back nothing. Yeah. You know what I mean? So when you make it simple people, then start thinking that oh, you know. So he's got the gift of healing or something. It's when you say he's got the gift. It's almost like again you separate yourself. It's inside of everybody. You know? Right. You get cut. Your body sends the message and starts ceiling it, and you know, he was it up. Well, then what more can we honestly do? But we're limiting ourselves to because of whatever our religion or doctrine of choice says winning. Yes. So that's why I'm like religion serves a purpose to introduce you that there's more to life than what meets the is. But then it becomes that thing for you in the sole interpretation of that thing for you. And that's where I think it if if faults your I mean, because the truth of the matter is if there is a creator, if there is these attornal source, and he gave us a mind, and that's probably the greatest gift to be able to think for yourself and to believe or not believe in what to believe at what time right? I mean. Yeah. So that's all that's that's the magic and the psychology, the spiritual and also the car. No in in the whole thing. You know, what I mean that it's literally check your thoughts and see what you believe your Dacians and. What do they do for you? How how does that make your life? Yeah. And ends change him around. And then see that makes for your life. Right. I mean, so it's like you you play with it. You have fun with it. You know, you watch a good movie. You see a good actor find one that really gets you say while he can really play that role. Let me see how complete row and become more conscious that your the main character to your story. Make it readable make it worthwhile. You know, what I'm saying make a movie out of it? I don't know Hollywood blockbuster. Whatever do what you do. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, shine, you know, what I'm saying sometimes to character, the main character gets her, and it looks like he's about to die. But he still believes whatever it is that he's dying for right? I mean, but we're not that passionate about ourselves in our lives and our dreams because we're living. Our religious interpretation of what that should be instead of like a kid get caught up in your own little mining. You're a little little build it make magical make it fun exciting. Make it Politehnica kind. Don't just talk about cliches and memes. Be it. You don't saying what you supposedly believe in? And then I'll see if it starting this coming from you, or if it's light it's going to be evident for everybody to see. Why do you think so difficult for people actually do that? As the words are simple. Yeah. Very very simple folks under thoughts. Yeah. Almost like the positive ones. That's it. Write your own story. Yeah. Be the star of it that you're going to have the little speed bump along the way. Because this lesson you have to learn from it. Learn less on Whiteside. Yeah. And then go forward and flourish prosper. That's it. Why? So tough. I don't know maybe because of how a lot of influencers paint it like some people painted what what's going to be hard. It's going to be a tough road. But you gotta push a lot of people here that concept where like this ain't easy entrepreneurship, it's hard. And you got to you know, loose sleep. And it's like, oh, so you've already painted a quo picture of a lot of walls and demons and goes that they're going to have to encounter before the game starts. Yeah. And a lot of them are apathetic or lazy? I just wanna speak. How I see it. And they don't have the strength to come back those kind of things and it's like. So then then they're accepting the dark side of the story. Yeah. I mean, we know a cliche, you know, was to take for even prosper for good people to do nothing the people that supposedly say, they got the good and the answers are like walking around criticizing condemning everything else will religion is not right. Who's not worshiping the right way. And it's like, well, you just got nothing. But a lotta negative things to say may you're like you against the world, you know? And it's like it could just be free flow. Yeah. God gave him a my let them do what they do with their gifts. And then you do what you do with yours about God in the mind, and Adam and eve because we touched base on some pretty pretty deep stuff for for the average person. Okay. I don't mean that account of sending matter just is this to me, it doesn't seem. But but maybe it is to somebody. Right. You've been living this for so long and you've been in in grain in this. And it's been great new for so long. Correct. That when you start going on this path like man that those thoughts are just so powerful because. The way that you are phrasing things with your understanding of multiple different religions in the application of that to today's world. Right. Today's economy today psyche. There was just something very impactful about the connection between Adam and eve and choosing. And how all that looks. Yeah. Do you remember much of that? Yeah. Yeah. It's one of the things I use in my coaching practice. I use it for myself. Even I'm saying, it's. People look at it. Like, at least how I've always heard the story being told is like eve eats the apple which if you read the story never mentioned in Abbas had fruit in. Oh. So people named it an apple and said that when they she ate, then, you know, everything went downhill from there, you know. Yeah. And that's the story as it goes. But it's like what we don't realize. I've even heard some people say man, you know, God darn eve, you know, mess it up for all of us. You know? And it's like, no not see it that way, you know, eat in defined in the Hebrew sense means like a place of peace. You know what I mean? And and there was two trees into center, right? A tree of life. And then there was a tree of knowledge of good and evil. See them saying so there's the polarity right there. There's the two sides. You know what I mean? So a lot of people eat the fruit the fruit. You know, what I'm saying, you'll be filled you fruit. It's it's another word for like your thought, you know, you are what you. Eat. So whatever you're thinking about nine out of ten that's what you're living in. That's what you're believing in being you know, and express into to the world. Right. So she ate the fruit of double mindedness. Right. Good and evil knowledge of good and evil. So again, whenever we want to do anything in life. We start seeing two sides. Like, I don't know we start seeing all the things that can go wrong. All the things you write would anything in a job in a girl when I think, and for some odd reason we have the eve effect where we all just choose keep eating from those two sides into thing. Is you keep eating from those two sides you become so fragmented, right? That your natural gonna start choosing the knowledge of battle over the good. Yeah. You can't fi some both. Right. That's what he said. You'll surely die you're usually dead right on your tracks. When you keep eating from all the things that could possibly go wrong. When let's you know, I call being stuck in the middle dead neutral neutrality. Is is dead like university. Always emotion. Everything has always always in motion. Always an emotion around us like little is holding the sable from our perception of what this table is. It is a salt as could be like I'm little knocking on it, it appears that way. But it is not as complete emotional times, scientifically scientifically it is. It's been a sept- at standard that everything is moving, of course, other than when we get stuck in the middle between a positive negative thought. And we try to hold the neutral. Yeah. It's possible for us. Yeah. You how we were frayed of messing up when we were kids we weren't afraid of messing up. And we shifted our diapers. I mean, in other words, we should it on ourselves. You know what I'm saying? Like that was an actual phase in our lives. We we defecated on ourselves. You know what I mean? It's just I think about it'd be like what are you doing? I think about that. And I'm like that was an actual real stage in my life. Yes. Be so interesting to Martin when you when you look at the planet is a wholeness generalities here. Yeah. But we're like the only creature that feels the need to stay around our parents for an absurdly long amount of time. And then a Dopp their belief systems. Right. Like, yeah. Take a line in a certain point, the lion leaves. Yeah. Maybe not leaves the pride, but separate from his mother and father and goes out and create his own version of what his reality has to be leader follower things. Yeah. We don't as people, right? Like the tribalism. That's impressed upon us for the majority of us, especially you as you're listening based on this multitudes. It comes from our parents. It comes from religion. It comes from all these things were accepting these are truth before able to make the decision if it's true for us or not. And it's crazy to me. Right. Because the average person, you know, until you're quote, unquote, eighteen for some reason at some point in our in our history, we decided eighteen year now and a dull. Yeah. So eighteen to leave the house eighteen I make your own decisions. And for eighteen years. That's just the right amount of time to allow you the gift of finally being able to make your own mind up. You've had the ability to make your own mind up since you started shitting on yourself. Yeah. You made the decision to have that happen. You might have had the perception of reality. That allowed you to realize there was a greater opportunity didn't realize maybe at that point your awareness level. Wasn't you could find a toilet? Or you didn't have to that to yourself. Yeah. But all throughout then our entire childhood. We're actually taught to not think for ourselves. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And moreover when you do think for yourself specially look elementary school middle school. You're told it's wrong. Like you have to raise your hand. Go the bathroom, you have to ask for permission at the right amount of time at the right day as long as in the right mood. To say, okay, you can go you can go defecate new urinate, like those, and we wonder why at this point from the majority of our perception of our own ability. We don't think it's possible to critter on rally. To me. No, no kidding. We don't think that way. Right. We've got years of run rate of being told that's not how life is with one can say that there's a conspiracy of sorts. You know, what I mean love this? You know, we're we're we're some people believe that there's a group of individuals, whatever they wanna call him the name, and that is conspiring to keep the world under some Vail, or you know, control or something. And it's like that's just a story. That's version. All we got proof. Okay. Well, there's approve of people who want to create communities and and freedom for everybody. Right. And actually already have cures for diseases and elements in our advance in that area. But you know, why not turn our focus into that that it's a choice that we choose to wash news and believe these things, right? Like, I've had certain clients. Literally naturally get he owed by just stopping watching the news for like forty five days just said fast. You know, she's like tried all sorts of fasten diets, and she's I still, you know, can't recover, you know. All right. Try fasting to news any bad story that comes up your feet bandages. Could it down shut it off? Don't read the article forty five days. Sure enough. You know, what I'm saying arthritis started like disappearing and stuff? She's like, oh my God. You wouldn't believe in? I believe right. Like telling me, you wouldn't believe either leave it. I believe anything. I'm like a kid. I believe anything is possible. I'm like the growing version of Peter Pan. I don't know whatever, you know, what? I mean. I just been magical mystical for all my life, and I've been shun for that. And even those closest to me have kind of like, okay, kind of went onto deep end. So that I feel like I can't really talk like I wanna talk and say the things I want to say because quote is not jibing. That's so incredible. You said that same. I also had aggressive, but you said that same bullshit to me we had we had dinner together. Yeah. Like waiting for the day that I'm gonna. To be like, whoa. Mar stuff. You stepped over the edge, buddy. I gotta just let them on your own. I don't I don't want any part of this. Yeah. And I can't imagine that. 'cause my mind did not stop working after our conversation rally. There was two or three more days where there's this little. Yeah. Little things coming for sure. Over and over again, we'll keep ill keep happening. You'll get even more and expand from just the way it is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What is there that? I'm this is open forum. What is there something that you think that is so far out there that is going to make it be that somebody would or maybe it's somebody that's already left like said that you're crazy too far out there. What have those things even been like as I'm sitting here? Like, I literally do not know what you could say to me having to be like and this Martin guy. Like, I I gotta I gotta take time out. I don't I don't know what it would be. We like to label stuff in. I mean in and I can I can I can accept it to some extent. So that we can understand communication. And we can relate to to subject and understand what's happening. But sometimes we put labels on things. We don't understand. And we when you call someone craziest dismissive fair, I mean. Yeah. And so forth. You know what? I mean. I mean, examples kids will do certain things, and and we'll laugh and say, oh, he's so cute. And adult do the same thing. Whatever action. It was the kid did. And we don't say all Hugh. We judge differently now, he should know better, right and so forth. So we create these little I don't know things. And it's like people get up tight. They no longer start believing in themselves. They started doubting themselves. Can I be me in saying careful don't don't don't burger far? Don't do. You know what I mean? And you're watching everything you wanted. I don't know. It's like we we live very tight. Everybody's scared to kinda just express. So I do this one class. I don't do it anymore. Used to say I used to do this one class where everybody's just lines up and literally just like let go, and I remember people say, wow, that was demonic. I went to that class. And I saw it was demonic uses telling people to just let go when people waving their hands and somewhere crying and somewhere on the floor. And he's like it was crazy. It was like, no. 'cause sometimes as a kid you do these things. Just scream and you wave your hands. And you're like, oh, you just run through the house with a little ball in your hand. I don't know you're in some kind of world, right? You're caught up in some ecstasy. You're living demo- -ment in adults are not given that privilege. It's a privilege has been kinda denied. So I don't look at skin color. I don't look at. You know, what I mean religion? I don't look at any of those things political standpoint. I just look at the very person. Are you one of those look darker, you one of those look at the bright what's doing for you? Right. And I'm just asking rhetorically because his evident. Yeah. Life is going to be evident. Right. I mean, so some may hate me and some have labeled like demonic or whatever. And we are things like that. But at the end of the day is like, they're the ones spewing the, hey speech. I'm just living in spreading what I caught my love and understanding. So when we stop judging and looking at it and trying to it's just follow yours. Follow whatever your north star. Is right. You know, if you see good pieces of minds, and you wanna I wanna grab some of that, man. That's fine. It's not copy is not imitation. All of us learning having fun with it. You know what I mean? And so on so forth. I don't know. And to me, a simple, and, you know, well that brings us to say when we had dinner one of the a second half of our conversation was the acceptance and understanding that it's time to start bringing some of this more to the forefront. I think so I think so because for a long time, even amongst my close inner circle I've had to shut up and if feels very frustrating when you allow everyone around you to speak up and share their ideas and their thoughts. And then when you share yours yours get shut down. You know what I mean? Yeah. Like, all my bosses and asshole and all this frigging hate my job. And then the other one started their story. Well, you know, I've been having back problems, you know, and so also fourth and there's been struggling and my Lisa's about the be over. And then somebody comes with their stories. Oh, man. I got to study for these exams, and I need to read the books, and I'm just so stressed. They finished what their stories, and I'm like, okay. All right. Then I share my store offering him feel great had an amazing day. You know, what I'm saying started dreaming about this new vision? And this new I don't know entrepreneurship gig that I think we can start. And so everybody's like. Dude. Woken earth. Sounds real good. But you know, like local earth. Yeah. So someone's gonna bring me back down they were down quo- quote, but I didn't label them down. I just heard them. And I was like, okay. That's just where that's their story. Yeah. I'm reading the story. Looking at this movie. I'm not judging. I'm just looking at it. And then I'm like, okay, they share their story and share mine. But it was like what was to positive always too good. Always everything was fine. Everything was dandy. So we're literally addicted to the pain. But yet we're saying that we want healing. We're waiting for salvation. But it's no become added to the anxiety, depression, the pain, you know, the anger. The mossy we want to feel these things otherwise we wouldn't get so mad when people like me come around. That is always friggin happy I smell at funerals. Are you fricking cycle? I'm just happy, man. I to mourn. I I don't know you spread you share love by morning for this body. I'm glad that this body. Existent was able to I don't know interact with me at some stage. Yeah, I'm thinking about that stuff. And that stuff makes me smile. So now, I'm weird for that. And it's like so then after I started buying into that saying there was in and it really was impacting started buying into that. What if I am weird? What was that? How long ago was that? I've done it multiple times. You know what I'm saying? But the first time if I have to add years to try like. Eight ten years ago. I mean, but I do it often, you know, no sane. But now, I'm more conscientious before I just kind of drifted into that mode. You know, where you you just if I am crazy. You know, that is the possibility there are crazy people on the quote coal planet. So then you start researching crazy is right? And I started looking into all that stuff. And I'm like, oh, wow. Okay. Okay. And so on so forth, and by certain definitions, maybe I was but what I discovered is that crazy people always influence and change the world. It wasn't the one to follow the norm. And did what everybody else did was the crazy ones that they're to believe, you know, what I mean in Dubai literally building land out of no land right there. Make straight making real estate that didn't even exist created it. You know, it's like, you know, what no land. That's fine. We'll make it. You know what I'm saying? Clearly somebody's at a level of creation that is possible. And here we are crying about you know, the little job we got. Or why we couldn't find a blouse debt fit in his like whole my gosh universe is so vast, and you're stuck in these little minute things. So then when you talk like also, you think you're better. No, it's just that. I see what that does for you brings a lot of pain and suffering, and I see that you're saying that you don't wanna be in pain and suffering. I'm showing you. Hey, this is way. And you always look at me like I'm trying to one up you or like, I'm thinking, I'm better. Oh, Mr. over spiritual. And it's light you're looking for definitions in based on your fragmentation. I. I think your whole right where you're at. I think I'm whole right where I'm at. I don't need to bring you to map. But you're asking. That that's that comes down to so much. Like, we said with the levels. I'll call the consciousness of light versus darker positive or negative. The has to be. I mean, there's at least a part of me. I mean, that's obviously why I coach right? That's why the podcast is whether all this stuff because I want people to understand that they have this great potential inside of them. Because I remembered my first of my story was I didn't realize I had all this potential for years. I accepted a different version of my own story. Yeah. Blame some parents blame some society even blame the blame. Ultimately falls internally right version story that I was reading my responsibility. Then all of a sudden, I spent enough time energy effort money all the things like picking these little pieces, and I love what you said. Like go from Tony Robbins events takes Tony Robbins raining. All right. I got I got some pros a wisdom. I got some nuggets stuck in my heart. I'm gonna take those those are mine, and I'm gonna spit them out. And they're gonna have my own version of what he brought to me, but he got from somewhere else. And I feel like it's fun. Yeah. Now to go to these other pieces and parts and I've shared on other persona belittle wake up where you're guaranteed white. And Dr shefali these peace. Right now, it's bulletproof. And it's now like there's just things. Yeah. And so I share them on here. Why should the with my clients? I show them on social media. Because I remember what a felt like to literally be stuck in the vortex of what I did not have. And everything was the thing of I did not have some understanding life with me. Now. I little have everything everything you need all the time. Yeah. At all times, you're born with it Jewish. No, one can take it from you. Right. You can relinquish it. Yes. Ain't no one can take it from you know. So when we say, well, you know, the government. Well, my mom, well, my boss. Well, my job you already taken it out of yourself, and you relinquishing power. Yes. There's nothing I can do about this said who who said that. Right. You did. It's your story. Yeah. Saying or you can say, you know, what I can look at the bright side price is this temporary job. I'm just going to stack and save and save and safe. You know what I mean? Yeah. But we rather say we hate this job and keep going to then come up with an actual plan because that means we have to take responsibility and we've become too lazy apathetic? We're almost all preconditioned to look for extra validation for something can only ever be found internally. Yeah, I think the clothes we and I'm guilty. Right. I think all my stuff, right? Like, I like having nice things some it because I enjoy the feel of a nice shirt on my skin. Yeah. Some for the fact of I liked it shows that I worked hard enough to attain it. But all those things than extra Novell Dacian points for some that doesn't really to be needed to be had internally rally when I look at the internal checks and balances I have I have something to put on me. So when I walk outside the house people aren't shocked because admittedly, we weren't born with clothes on our back. Yeah. The the human figure in the human form is something to be marble in its creation. Yeah. Robust walk around naked. Really wouldn't be that big of a deal. Yeah. But we make a big deal. Yeah. As the validation. Check checkpoints we go through over sexualize bodies. Yeah. In bodies are just a sacred. You know what I mean, right? At least in my in my in my understanding of things, you know, what I mean? It's like, I don't know. Women are beautiful to me. I mean, I'm heterosexual women are beautiful saying, but I find beauty man as well. And find beauty and cars and implants and houses, you see them saying, yes a human being. I find beauty a lot of things. And. I I don't have to sexualize it. But if you sexualize it to me, it's not necessarily a sin, and I think that's where a lot of times. Our society has been stagnated in growth because one of the most natural things to humankind is sex. That's how we all got here. Right everything. No one would exist. That's listening or not listening to that exists period. If it wasn't through sex. You know, what I'm saying about here? You know what I'm saying? And yet we shame it in a lot of us. Don't really get any real training in that department. You know what I mean? And I think I think that's part of was stunned at some of our I dunno spiritual growth because we may sex to be something car. No taboo, and it's like, it's not how we all. Got here. Tries saying it's like we have to bring it back and make it back like it's normal. But it's like we created these weird stories, so which monogamy then. See that's interesting because whatever I say can be picked apart. You know, what I'm saying by different listeners. We're going to no matter what right about them. I care about what you're so. So like, I I'll instead of leading you like I'll I'll drop mine. I okay bring it on. I think monogamy is inherently flawed. I'm a married man finger, I get it. If you look again across every basic being on the planet again. I know I'm not I'm not in geology, right? That there's peace and parts of this. I'm bastardising inevitably. But for me to go out and spread my seed to Malta from people would make perfect sense from appropriation Sandpoint monogamy makes no sense from procreation standpoint, right? For me to stay in one place at one time with one person and only put my seed in that one person. At a base level to me. DNA wise makes no sense. For me. Now, I'm married, and I've I've accepted the fact that there is a polarity. That's existing inside of me. Not from the fact of want to go out, and we would label be a man or I don't care to go out and sleep with four thousand different women. Yeah. I'll say this if any man can genuinely care and love and respect and honor three five women that's his business their business, their notes, you know, what I mean? I don't get caught caught up in these little all right or wrong. I don't know those women's have a voice that he forced him. If he didn't force them. I say, okay. You know, what I'm saying if they're stuck to be with the individual forever. If maybe one day, they decide to like, hey, I don't believe in this way. No more, you know, one guy if she can't go or you're gonna shame it for that. Then then you're wrong. But again, it's just more about freedom. That's what it is. We all want freedom, but we want to take other people's freedoms. Yes. So then we're inherently losing ours. Right. You know what I'm saying? And that's we create resistance like you're free to do. Whatever you wanna do. You know, what I'm saying be mindful be respectful, take responsibility for what your actions what I'm saying rip. Apple into the world here to me. But people talking about you and saying, hey, you're wrong for, you know, having, you know, for being gay or you're wrong for, you know, marrying two women, you know, that's their opinion. That's their story. You're saying, of course, as their story. You know, what I'm saying there? There's a lot of women that wanted to be with Hugh Hefner alive. Yeah. Plenty that wanted to be with him playing guys hated him. Plenty guys hate him. Because didn't have the balls courage. You know what I'm saying? The determination. You see what I'm saying? And this to do to build the empire de built absolutely don't have to agree with it. But the thing is this is what he believed, and he created a story out of it and made it. Yeah. You see what I'm saying? And it was okay. Sort of it was the people that said, hey, this is wrong. But he still had his fun and had his run. So again, you can choose that life. Just be honest. Well, that's don't hide beyond you, look at marriage marriage. Of a contractual confident that realizing brought to us by the government. Right. Like, I can be married to my wife without a sheet of paper that absolutely Dina. Tate's it. I'm not married to my wife. Your words mean more than the words on paper hundred percent to most people. They don't correct we've lost that art. Yeah. Because we say a lot of things we're going to do and we never do them. Yep. So our words are meaningless what I'm saying. When we say to our friends. Yeah. Go to that party on Saturday. You don't Saturday comes up and change your mind. And you exercise supposedly your king and Queen right hood by saying Auchan, changed my mind. I'm a lot of change my mind. But you'll word means nothing. Right. You said you were going to be there on Saturday. You're not. What if you've had a series of business deals that were contractually bound based off verbal verbal obligations. Right. And that's how the universe works yards. At least in my understanding of things. It's riots. I mean, everything that exists. Started with words everything table. It was it was words words and pictures at formulating a mine, how is going to be you know, what I'm saying. I could design something like this. And it looks like that looks like that. And we've got pictures and words, and then we manifest him into this earthly realm from t shirts cars, cops, whatever it is. We create it. You know what I mean? And we there's nothing mysterious about that. We know that that you can create something conjured in your mind created and create that product, and it's like will then start creating yourself. And then that's where people be like. Because that involves personal responsibility. Balls involves discipline involves action and we've been conditioned to kinda just kind of mope around life. That was purposeful conditioning. As somebody say, there's a, you know, some magical people in cahoots trying to, you know, enslave humanity, and it's like well. Okay. Maybe not maybe you're just lack of responsibility or world pattern based creatures right were were will nature. We do certain things automatically because of internal safety right at some point in the fight or flight like think of as you're listening to this right now, there's a good chance of driving your car when you want to turn left you because you've done it. So many times you might Lance and left MIR at the same time as you turning left turn to turn the wheel. You're not actively taking actual brainpower to become aware of the fact that you have to do all those things they're just happening, right? Like, there's not this checks and balances that you go through this. So I believe the same thing as actually happening a lot of people's lives. Right. You end up taking a backseat to your own life because of ends being a safety mechanism almost you're not the minute. You push yourself to become front of mind aware of what's going on the fact that you're in control of really all the variables, and you take that responsibility. There's this fear again the pops up like I'm no longer safe anymore. Where I tell them I climb everything you want as little just on the other side of which your frayed of like about everything. Yeah. Don't care how big or small. Would you say safe? I call it you say dead like how. Like how you're living your life right now. We're all living like role playing this game of life. We're all star of our own movie. Yeah. You made mention a dinner. I think it's so poetic the fact of are you having the leading role in an action film. Are you like the guy that sitting at the table with the backwards hat on that the camera's kind of barely pans across don't have eighteen seconds of screen time. You'll have an eighth of a second. Right. And you're that guy in the film. Yeah. That's septa that asks our character for life. Yeah. But then we look secretly the ones that have chief more and will like I wish. Well, that's not me or the heads of special break the head right in its light. Same way, you believe that you could believe like let me start it. Yes. Start right now. You know what I'm saying, right? But we don't we don't think like that. No. Because we take the perception of money, right? I think money is what we most men's Pacific. I'll speak for men more than women. We look at that as the ultimate litmus test for success. And you might say I want to have this business, but I don't have money. So I can't read. That's that's a checklist that people go through at least people have dealt with. Okay. It's so easy change a perspective of that reality. So instead of I don't have money. So I can't it actually prepares you to be able to do more with less because you've experienced a lack before you understand him. Not you don't need two million dollars liquidity to start a business. You need ingenuity, you need consistency of you need belief in yourself, you need to plan the you're willing to alter and pivot on because there's no linear equation in life. Everything's financial there's ebbs and flows. Yeah. None of those check marks require that you're sitting on a stack of cash to make it happen. No. I've had abundance before. And I've had the mind to then of lack I've had both had multiple zeroes in my Bank account, and I've had less than zero in my Bank, right? Like both sides of that equation. Yeah. All based off mindset, really like I was not I was more of a person coming on the backside of the less than zero my Bank account that I ever could have been with the multiple zero in my Bank account. Because I shift in my perception of what reality was. Yeah. And what I was destined to do with it. Right. Like, even when I had all that money. And I was so I was holding so close to my chest. Like, I would not give it to anybody. Yeah. Right. Like a slow to pay, but like that even necessarily pay bills probably capacities, but like nickel and dime. Everything. Together, you've had periods in your life where you had a meant success and decided to take the money out of the Bank house and just say Hello to people with them. Right. Like tell the story. I don't I don't I don't. I'm not married. I don't have light the qlo-quote responsibilities at average people say they have quits framework tell tell us. I just I just gave it all away. I just walked around with no discrimination. I don't care what the person looked like I I was just giving them if you're a human being I gave it to you. Now giving away in different people acted different ways. It was some people were amazed. Some people looked at it like they were taking it from me. You know what I'm saying? Like, I'm giving it to you. Some people thought it was a prank and customers how you know. It was just so weird seeing the different reactions, and it was almost kind of like the universe's way of showing me. Hey, look, this is how it works. I got all this abundance of able at all times. And I'm just giving it away to whatever person wants it. Yeah. And different people will receive it based on where they're in how they process information. Yeah. You know, what I mean like a guy literally those multiple people. But I remember this one guy that really stood out had a had a suit and tie in a briefcase, and he looked he's like, you think I'm stupid and walked and kept walking took a glance back and saw me giving it someone else. And then he's like trying to make sense of it. It's almost like hold it. What's happening here? Yeah. But he was so infuriated. He was so mad. Wow. And that's what happens with this message notice with my life. My positively might I don't know what the way I see things magical poetic way. I see things have always been this way. You know, even as a child who has been this way. You know, but but the point is. When I saw speaking like this and talking like, this people just look at it like, whoa. Youth gone too far like, you know, come back like, you know, like, okay, idealists or whatever else. I know. I mean the world is what it is. Because we we we made it this. Absolutely. We made it this. You take a rocky thorn in the river. It makes ripples you. Take a negative thought. You take a negative attitude in? It's also putting out a ripple family, your home and your job everywhere. If you don't like your job, you're doing them a disservice by staying there. Yes, she what I'm saying beyond with them. Be honest with yourself and say, hey, look this job does not please me. And I'm just going to be grumpy and have a bad is going to be the best. Shoot him saying you're being respectable. You're taking responsibility. You're taking ownership. And that's how it starts. Simple stuff. Like that. You know what I'm saying? Oh, I don't like the fact that people are always mocking my clothes. Okay. We'll either a I got his start learning. Not the shoot about that. Or be up my close game. That's it one of the two. There's no right or wrong you pick. Right. You see what I'm saying? And you start designing and plane like that ain't tension. Yes, intentionally absolutely everything becomes intentional. But you don't wanna become what people call a L away police law attraction police watch what you said all you being negative. You don't wanna over check yourself. You want to just be free flowing free flowing, you're saying, I don't overanalyze over calculate free flow. And so much of what you're saying didn't fully become aware to me until I started I've had a handful of experiences with psychedelics before why medicine where understanding we'll call the poetic nature of which there's an interconnected, everything is one. Yeah. Everything is a part of something greater and really feeling that right? It's one thing to say this out loud from my perspective. Like, it was sure like you're supposed to right. Like, we're we're supposed to all say like I believe in God. Or I believe in this higher power because we're told by from is different when you feel it. Oh, yeah. Like, it's it's a soul base thing where you're just like, man. I just get this now. Yeah. It's transcendent. Yes. Yes. Transcendent experience some have chief that through psychedelics something meditation. There's no right or wrong way. How to get there? You know what I mean and so forth to each own. I can I can same way. I move my finger my toes, whatever my leg my neck around from side to side. I can literally release whatever chemic- way Nita debt moment. You know what? I mean, we got the pioneer in the pioneer has the different, you know, plays different roles. I'll say that please different rose depending on whose report you're reading you're going to say one thing or another. But it's also known as a spiritual gate. Yeah. Some people call it that in some have learned that if fluoridated calcified that the person is not going to understand divine, concepts spiritual concepts. They're just not going to relate to it. But it's like for individuals like that it's like you just interpret emotions look at emotions emotions are the closest connection to the spiritual world because emotions are like vibrations. You feel you see what I'm saying? But it's not real bright. You think it's real? But it's just a feeling it's not real like I can make not make. I can I can invite you to say, hey, close your eyes and think of that one incident where you were really fricken fustrated somebody betrayed you. Double cross you. I don't know something go back to their into anger and the person will relive that. Sometime. Their face will flush sometimes their hands full shade their hands will well, they're not there that happened three years ago, but they're reliving it through a feeling. See that's the vehicle sort of the spiritual round. Yeah. You know what I mean? So you bring it down to the everyday, psychological person. That's maybe not into you know, the spiritual stuff and the Hayes just emotions. The same way emotions are very fickle. You can feel it. But this I mean, it's real you feel like choking somebody. But one would hope that you don't act on that feeling. You know what I'm saying? Right. You make a mental cartoon out of it. And you move on saying, you know, light on your feet. But then again, it's like the same way you made that mental cartoon you could have made something else like a hug. You know what I'm saying? So you decide you're the character you decide what to put at any given time. So I don't understand what people come at at me. And they're like, you don't know what I'm going through. I don't understand what he was like. Oh, man. But it's different for me as tough. I don't understand. The individuals that tell me that life is tough. And and they don't know how to get out and understand that. 'cause I was there. I chose. I I was there, you know, saying, yes. So it's like I came back out, and I'm like, okay. And it's like anything. I literally wanna do. I just do it. And if I stay at it, I get better and better at it. And then if I leave within that standing, of course, you're I mean, it's just just that simple. So many people have said it before me somewhere eloquently. I'm just like unique in my own way. You know, I can be, you know, very perspective and certain parts where I can just like break things down in a different more easier to follow method, you know, which I'll do with some clients when I'm coaching. I just like the free flow. I like to just explore stuff like that. And it's like come to a place in my life where I can't do that when my current friends. So they say when you are the one that surpassed you need a new group of friends. Yeah. So that's when I I reached out to you. And I'll say this guy keeps talking about that. Let's do something like, okay. Well, see if you got the talk or you wanna walk because I'm I I'm like a kid. I'll I'll walk have some fun jump into puddle saying, let us splash, you know, saying I don't care if the genes got dirty fry. You know, saying I don't think like that. I just have fun Unum saying. So I think that's that cure Freeman tally will do a lot. You know, what I'm saying just recognizing that whatever thing that you're trying to hold onto who you know, that stability security blanket, Cato. Let it go. Right. It's okay to let it go. And it's tight it's time to grow up and recognize that just when you were learning how to walk you fell and scuffed your knee and learning how to ride the bike same thing. But you still kept doing it? Same thing with life. Try that new business. You've been thinking about try it. Well, I don't know anything about it. We'll read a book about watch two or three videos, but don't watch any more than two or three and keep watching more. Right. And that's what people do they try to get as much information as possible. No, man. Grab live by the balls Unum saying and just look at that one video Redel one book, and then go out there and apply that we have the process by. Alicea? So so common where you think you have to have all the variables figured out. I'll tell you from having successes and failures and business me personally. It doesn't matter. How much you read like you're gonna have to cheese Alie say failure way to success? There's going to be that thing that comes up. It doesn't matter. What book you read like, I'm very blessing for jacket, associate with some really really brilliant individuals just because AMB brilliant, being I'll say quantified by the fact that they went to elite schools got be grades, really brilliant. But there's something to be said for the practical application of what one goes through in life experiences that you can't read in a book. Yeah. You just you can't get it like agree. It doesn't mean that it's better or worse than it's just a different it's different than and I think to be successful. I'm going to personally if I had to choose right? We're playing a game of dodgeball with life right now who picking on my team is all the guys that have went out and their knees or skinned and their elbows are cut up and their hands are grimy because they've been trying to figure it out versus the guy. Is read it in books because the book knowledge almost never applies real time. Like, I'll take boxing boxing portrait. I can read I can watch hundreds of videos of Mike Tyson fighting. I'm not Mike Tyson. Right. I'm not going to be I physically can't be. But I can be Ryan I'm supposed to be Ryan. Correct. And if I can take that one little thing that might foot in the second round of this fight. And I can remember that let me to suppose I was I needed that. That was opposed to be there for me all the rest of stuff wasn't supposed to be there for me. I didn't retain it. Yeah. In my personal opinion. I think there's so much of just trying to like a big. I'm a big reader like I've read give or take a book a week for a really long time. Nice. I read because I enjoy it. And I read because I'm looking for a gift that day that applies to that day. Yeah. Right. So it's not I'm not reading for completion. I'm reading because maybe a books two hundred pages. Maybe it's ten pages. The matter what the book is. Yeah. But I'll read and some days I read three pages and somebody's end up reading forty because I just keep reading about. I already know. This aren't I've heard this somewhere moon. There's a message. Yeah. Okay. I get to keep that I get to store that. And I'm you can't see as you're listening. I'm putting my chest. Not my head like you. Don't store stuff in your. We think we do. We don't store stuff like this in our mind, in my opinion, you store anything that's important in your heart, and your soul it somewhere differently. Yeah. Your mind helps you execute on your soul's desires when you're lying the right way. Yeah. Yeah. From where I sit. I love the feedback. If that's not how. Yeah. No. It's again, you can dress it up. However, you wanna dress it up. And that's the thing that I think if I do a circle back to religion. That's where I think they messed up. Him saying that they instead of teaching people about the way they constituted themselves asked away. He's saying, you know, it's it's it's me. I'm the way as I say this line. No turned it around me. I am the most magical words and all existence in my opinion. I am comes after. I am. I am angry. I am. I am poor. Wh what is your? I am what I'm saying. Could that's big huge big. That's that's a definition. I'm saying, so it's it's like check check was after your I am so. Passion is usually described in mystic realms a fire. Right. And also, Holy Spirit is also describes a flame in the fire, etc. Etc. You know? But I I look at it like when ignites inside of you it can't be turned off. That's why it's like if if you're trying to read the book, you made some really good notes, you know, what I mean? Hopefully, somebody out there listening is catching it, you mentioned you read the book not because you have to check it off the list you want to you enjoy this. That's what I think is happening with a lot of people that are are kind of like learning about this lifestyle of consciousness and awakening. And like, okay. Okay. But it's like they're making checklists. You see what I'm saying? Yeah. And and they get so regimented with a checklist is no different than dogma fright, you shoot him saying. Yes. And then based on this checklist. You create it becomes more about the checklist in the actual theme. Read a book this week. Check meditated this morning check. You know what I'm saying? And it's like what time out? I'm not meditating. Check it off the list, I'm meditating because I find in short Mant yet and freedom and wand us and centeredness in meditation, I find in that. I believe from my own experience. You know, this whole twenty one days create a habit ninety days create a lifestyle. I believe if you don't give something do time. I have a principle called embracing the suck where there's a part of every journey ever hero's journey wherever you want to call it what socks Riley, we're we're just not fun anymore. But it's still is fun. You just lost sight of why it's fun. And that you had to go through the tough part to see the on the backside said of saying like, all right? So you might have to in my opinion, you might have to check boxes for a little while a meditation practice for me because guys gonna come a point where inevitably anybody that I've ever coached. They're searching for like this this thing like they expect some magic like I'm going to be able to meditate and trends, then I'm gonna go different universe. Somebody to manifest my reality tomorrow. Yeah. Maybe maybe that's maybe that does work for. Yeah. There's also a chance you might have to build into that. Yeah. And so if if I don't lean as a coach, you say, look, you know, as we're running together, we gotta figure out how to make this part of your life. You gotta do when it serves you you. Gotta figure out what part of your if you're playing for the Olympics. Then you have to show up the practice. Right. Heat him saying, yes. So i'm. With you in that in that sense. You know, if you're if you're competing for the Olympics, you know, by all means, you know, what I'm saying a pilot. Literally by law has to read a checklist and goal in order. Right. Even if he's been a pilot for thirty forty fifty years mandatory by law. You know, what I'm saying daily check. Listen what I'm saying? What's the things of the Martin does for himself every day? I always meditate but see I've made it a lifestyle. Right. So while I take quo- quote, a segment outward time to do it. I'm not consistent with the time. Okay. You see what I'm saying? I might do it into shower. Do it while I'm cooking saying I don't need to like get a room by myself turn everything off and some people need it that way. Of course, I've been meditating for so long. I can just do it at will anytime. But when you first started do you have to focus more into in the beginning. There was more intentional. Focus intentional focus where I purposely would wake up five minutes earlier that for a week two weeks. Then ten minutes earlier, you could do something progressive like that in Japan. They call it kaizen if I'm pronouncing it correctly. Whereas you make micro actions to move, you know, directions corden saying, and that's fine. There's not a right or wrong. I've seen people that quit heroin supposedly, you can't recover. Dow's super easy buffs and people quit cold Turkey and made a three sixty turn. You know, what I'm saying under my coaching, and as awesome. And it's like, I never take credit for it. Because it's like. They did it. Yes. Dirt body. That's remind. Did it Unum saying? So I don't necessarily take credit is just like I can dish a lot of nuggets. Jules? I've done it all my life. At least I think I have and some people benefit and take it down. So starting would again a little micro movement. And check mart to see where you're going. Nothing wrong with that. Right. So I'm not anti that. I'm just saying don't make a religion out of it. Of course. In other words, don't be dog Matic where it's like if you if you missed it, the now, you feel horrible yourself. All I'm a horrible person. I didn't do my Asian today. And it's like that's not gonna work. It's not help. You. You're missing the why correct right here. Misery, internal like what is. So what else? What else on your day? Is there more PC your checklist? Just just meant make sure I make sure I make sure I obviously saying stay hydrate it, you're more plant-based, right? I try to be more conscious of eating more greens in my life. More fruits and vegetables. But I do eat meat, you know? And so also, occasionally it's just not like a huge part of it. Like, I don't go diving for it. Yes. Saying, but again I eating eating. It's really again, all this is such a personal thing. A lot of people are looking for that checklist. What's we would not see what Di works? Best for me. Listen, dude. Try it. Right. See what it does work for you? Now, try another one or you can just sit down and meditation and create yours, you know. That's that's an option. Absolutely. That's an option. And that's me. I just kinda like have standard things that I do like, obviously, stay hydrated and include a lot of greens. I love greens of all sorts. So I do notice for me personally, when I don't incorporate a lot of greens in my life. I do feel a little crappier. Okay. I'm more prone to be maybe a little more depress or frustration. I I'm aware of it. I mean, I'm like, oh, okay. I don't act on it. I'm just aware of it. Right. You see what I'm saying? But a lot of people do that they feel stuff and they act on it because they don't master their emotions or motions just come out whenever you know. So it's like, okay. Right. You know? So so again, it's like have a checklist whatever, but don't make it a dogma. Do it for reason and purpose and intentionally like when I work out. I don't work out just out to get it over and done with. That's one thing. I do daily every day. I work out seven days a week. I don't do that. Oh, you gotta rest one day. I don't do that. Because I don't go hard every day. I just do an intentional small regimen. Okay. You know what I'm saying? I'm not going to be a bodybuilder. I'm not trying to join 'em maybe wrestler. So I don't need a specific. You know, anything? I just believe that general fitness helps me feel good. Of course for me. I've noticed while I feel great. I got strength, endurance. I can last longer can think. Here. So I do it for me every day. That's daily thing pushups situps. But when I'm doing it. I'm not doing it to like have you been checked me? I'm doing it. And each one I'm doing I'm like concentrating and looking gently not a force because I'm gently looking at the muscle that's being affected and worked at that moment. So ten little pushups go further. Ten intentional meditate. Meditative pushups, go further and can bring more resources to a body of seeing that with some of my clients, then going to the gym doing to a standard checklists and just Harry have been here in our. I'm done. I'm out. And so forth. A lot of people live live like that. With got good things incorporate into the life, but they're checking off doing and going around. So the creed I sort of like a little rat race of good things quote quote. So then it becomes oppressive and that I don't get it. I'm thinking positive meditated. And it's like listen to you. You know, you like rise in this. I come back down to lout relaxed while you so stress saying absolutely, you know, this was the plan to you devise for yourself if you don't like it when come up with another one. What I'm saying or teach yourself like it. You know what I'm saying? That's in option. Of course, they don't realize it. But that's an option what I'm saying. If you live in house by yourself and you're not gonna use styrofoam plates, and that kind of stuff you're going to have to wash dishes or use a dishwasher, an empty one or the other. Yeah, you know, saying, and he was all hate washing dishes. So they're literally right then and there building into their atmosphere. You know, a life of like. Resistance of light stagnancy a life of depression to create any what I'm saying. It's like you're saying you hate washing dishes. So you're speaking literally hate into something that has some kind of service to you. Of course, you know, what I mean? Yeah. So it's like we're we're silly late in an auto times. What I will. Okay. You're making it really micro like Nick picking. And it's like, I don't know. I don't see this picking. I'm just saying like, that's how every body usually talks things lives. And I see how it is. I see what it does for them. Right. What I'm saying? So I see that household is like and then people's like, that's just normal. This is how it is. Nobody's perfect. Why I don't know what I think that's your touching on some that. I think is a perfect way to wrap this up is when I take stock of I won't even say what I take sock. If you're listening right now, there's a chance fifty fifty that you think some of what we're discussing just like so far out there like you just can't even conceptualize how this could be could be factual. But if you take true like present mind stock of your actual reality. And how often you feel from the inside out happy not outside in. If you're not saying ninety five percent of the time that you can control. The fact you feel happy from the inside out. Wouldn't have potential be worth the opportunity of trying something that two people are saying to you. Feels good all the time. Yeah. We like like Martin sang with with the dogma of what all this isn't checking off the boxes you are one hundred percent in control of your own life. Nick, one hundred percent of the thoughts and sure you can say I'm not in control. My thoughts out grew to certain point this consciences yours, but not yours. But you're a control of how you let that thought affect you. And how long you let it linger for you can very quickly replace like don't I'll say for me? I can't say for you. There are negative thoughts that come to my head periodically throughout the day. I'm aware of it. I realize it's there I shifted. I find the positive counterpart to it. And I choose to take that as my reality. Yeah. That happens almost in perceptively within seconds, right? It's not these aren't like minutes of or hours of all my God. What am I going to do about this? Yeah. Yeah. It's like incidents like, okay. Well, I'll just reframe it. Yep. I'm going to challenge you as you're listening to consider that any one of these nuggets that we are sharing with you might be the catalyst just as I had a catalyst experience a couple years ago that forced me to realize a different opportunity, right? That the quote unquote being woke or enlightened or whatever that is have really hate those terms because for most of us. It's a gradual process of being able to consider what is coming next. What the possibilities really are. Yeah. Until you get to the point where you realize like you almost look back over your life and realize I'm full of little truly infinite possibilities. There is no number but to start with from where you're where you're listening to this episode. You could little things like I don't I only can come up with one or two possibilities. Will that still option? Right. You still you still have something different than what you have as you. Keep opening these doors the rooms keep getting bigger into your realize that you get to look back, and you control the rooms you control, the houses, you all the unit like, it's all yours. Yeah. I think there's just something. So you said a poetic about that. Output in these terms to close it. It's like life is much easier than we've imagined or thought or heard what I'm saying. And for the ones that have set that it that it is easier and still can't quoque will get it. You know, saying a slight are you trying to get it or you genuinely believing it's easier. You see them saying? Yeah. I I mean again you define the circumstances. Things happen. There's a bunch of other storytellers out here. See you're not the only storyteller this a bunch. Okay. And you can become a character Inder story and be defined by them or you could become the main character of yours to be defined by whatever you want. I love that. We got to wrap it up on that. We've got to wrap it up with when you take control of your life. And you start writing your own story and yourself in the lead role every day after you do that you're able to get shit done.
15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
Aired Last week 1:58
News in Brief 10 January 2019
This is the news and brief from the United Nations. The preliminary results of the Democratic Republic of Congo's loan delayed. Presidential election are in with Congo's electoral commission, declaring opposition candidate Felix Sheikha Sadie as the winner of the poll. However, the outcome has been disputed by poll observers, which include the powerful Catholic church and rival presidential candidate Martin Fiala, who's reported to have a media rejected the result. In a statement UN chief Antonio Gutierrez has appealed for all parties in the country to refrain from violence and cold for them as well as the electoral commission and civil society to each live up to their responsibility in preserving stability and upholding democratic practices. Meanwhile, in Somalia, the UN has congratulated those responsible for overseeing elections in the semi autonomous region of Puntland Risa don's. And then deputy special Representative in the country said that the Somali electoral commission had organized and conducted a transparent, peaceful free and fair electoral process. Mr. Zongo, also congratulated the newly elected president of Puntland and commended the outgoing leader of the region for overseeing a peaceful transition of power. Tens of thousands of civilians in northeast Nigeria continue to flee their homes as armed conflict in the region. Worsens clashes between Nigerian government forces and armed groups in late December lettuce civilians fleeing their homes in ever-greater numbers heading to already congested camps or sites for internally displaced people in recent weeks, more than thirty thousand internally displaced people have arrived in the state capital. Mighty gory. Often after jeering arduous journeys with young children Conor Lennon, U N news.
Aired 2 months ago 172:13
The Weekly Roast and Toast 11-13-18
Connie, Britton, the hottest holiday toys. Remember, the holidays aren't about how much money you spend. It's about how much people spend on you. Elway today at three on NBC four storm team four helping you prepare for what could be our first brush with winter. Some of us may see rain some Macy's snow St. with news four in storm team for on air online and on your phone for weather updates don't for working for you. Ooh. Rambo is right up. But he's got the car ran my right up studio. The weekly Rolston toast. Heavy-handed roast the end the tone. I'm double toasted triple quadruple toes that shit on double talk. Deduct five links shit burn to build a Dev. All I care Corey Coleman tonight one of your host over here. Six six January a handsome day. Like Santa Claus. Bill is lose arm or something. Good. Good. Good. Of course, barn Thomas again. We're gonna crab team. Good to see you, man. I'm trying to try to get to try to get to a Thomas level maximum stylish man, should I put on that suit on on on Saturday. I said, it's gotta feel good brother. Does this every day? I know punch. Love ain't. No you can. No, no. You look good, man. I like the shirt like the pink shirt the vest gone. All right there. Let's say it was pink. Yeah. Man. No, no. You ain't Pekanbaru today. No nice. But that real peak church. What's the difference between spanking real pain real pink is actually more like Santa? Okay. So this got this right here. This is this is this is nice man is subtle good. Another shirt, that's intense. Pigging? Slinky? Yeah. Yes. Softy? It's up to the ru. Was going on. I say nothing about him. You gave me a ride today. But the ride is over. Watch this show. Yeah. You give me a nice to you. We'll see me a two more. Hard. Joe shit. No more. Man up. My friend to you. Hey, my buddy act up. I hope he got a ride home together. We must. This is that this was an absolute. I got you. And I know you got me good. Time. Going to be a good time to lose you. I always got a spare play can knock. Komo get there. You're going back to my house where you need to go. After that. How you doing man Canard is here because he reviewed a movie, and he's not going to do tonight though. He was right down the street the theatre so he decided to come by guess at the movie him in his Sammy won't be reviewing the movie tomorrow force hung around. Yeah. Look at it. You did good with the review to people just speak up you. So you a so soft spoken, man. He told me today he said he was we exchange in text. And he was telling me how people were saying and the YouTube come is that real good job, by the way, those comments those compliments in the compensation. Dangle no angle last. This is your second appearance that you'll be coming in doing this review after a while. You know, if you do another one come in for another one, you go back and check the same comments. You saw the positive. Even when I was on spill the whole mean was Billy? And it wasn't just one person either. No, no, no. That's you left. It was went back to foot core. But Bill, but it was funny because they talk about they said great. He just needs to speak up a little bit. And then he you mentioned that. And he said, yeah, you know, that's the biggest complaint God. But you know, because also softspoken that's why the racist like me. Not racist racist. I used to get ready. From racist. People all the time we'd had debates, and I had such a nice mild demeanor that you know, they didn't want to Lynch me. Now. Does this reviews, man? Voice just keeps getting lighter. So. Even his texts come over and. It's like that does just snap. Texas goes dot. Breath when he's giving his reviews, you know, fuck could say somebody wants seeing the characters that they just. That they just. So I get it. A fuck. Sit them. What do you think? Honestly. But he's looking at the whole time Basta moving. Moving. Still moving. That's why I thought you did phenomenal job. That's why hey, you know, what we should have him on the review stuff lobby was able to to come back and say we just need to hear him. So, but yeah. Tenure volume. It's because we're so loud us, quite, you know, but that's cool. He's just he's just you can just you gotta be cool. He just he just a laid back, dude, man. Yeah. That's that's what Nazis love him just laid back. Explain what? Because you sow smoke. Shit. Never does that. Had to fill in because I couldn't hear the rest of you. See man, I go rise with does is the hours. The none of the words would disappear. Oh, but good to have you. Thank you. We're going to the movie man looking forward to your reviewed tomorrow. And looking forward to the show with y'all tonight. Got a lot of good things you not a whole lot. But we do have a lot to say about particular person that passed away just yesterday, and we had so much to say about this person. So many people that want to say these things Martin wouldn't be wouldn't be appropriate to talk about the fun book man without the fun book boil over here. More. Like, hey, look, I. But. I around with him. No. So you know, what's going to happen after you drop him off? I drop his role. Now, we did that we'd be the other day. Yeah. Five when I was taking you. He's like me out right here. At that. They don't push. I will walk. We'll talk about Stanley tonight. We talked about it yesterday. Even my wife and even Carlos contributed a lot. Of course, Carlos did Carl Carl's actually had a lot of good things to say. But master. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But let's say, you know, something I have more than need to say. And it just doesn't fit within the time of this show and Martin Thomas, of course, you know, you are the man of comic books around here maybe around here around. No, you know, what I would say that you are more of an authority the most of the people that are no probably out of all the people that I know personally. So I don't hang around a lot nerves. But what I do Martin knows more than they do. And that's why I said it would be appropriate for you to come in and say some words about Stanley. And so we're gonna continue this discussion about Stanley Ignace, especially since it didn't take long did not take long for the backlash to happen. It didn't even take twenty four hours. People come in and start talking shit, man. Yet, but we'll get into that a little bit. Also, we'll do a little bit came really call it trailer Tuesday's Mortiz Tuesday because that's the most ridiculous way. Oh, I'm only doing this at the request of people. So y'all can see exactly how this works out. Well, we do it. But we'll do it. And we're talking about what I'll tell you about a we get to guessing emails, and that'd be that. But most of the shows gonna be talking about that discussion of STAN the man Lee. Ninety five years old. That's right. But before we go into any of this. Let me go ahead and walk up in here. And welcome. Oh my God. Talking shit. You know, what even got that mess up here that messes mad that that man has gone taken out on us because he signed a, yeah, he signed a contract you said just use. Three more cameos. I'll tell you when you got. Oh, no. I told them I read they made a C G bottle of him. He's gonna be he's gonna know. Kanye lls, man. Robert Downey JR. But let me see I got the check. And you know, the ones where they talk shit. I mean things a good to go, and they talk and plenty shin in they talking then Disney size shit. Please welcome the one the only channel ten look. They got makeup. An fuck. You bitch. Oh, yeah. Boy, the going, oh, the baby lotion moths is we have moisture us soft and ready to go. Good to have you out here this evening and go ahead and talk to you other folks out there. Yes. You folks at home. Ooh. It is so cold out there. And what I am. But if you tried to come up here freeze of say stay where you are stay comfortable. Oh, no come over here yet. I'm always asking to get over here. But don't don't worry about it tonight. We love to have you in the studio. But since it's so cold just pull out a keyboard. Stay pull out that. Nice warm keyboard with that nice warm laptop he'd NUP your balls right now. Them fingers and type if me Kate Cooymans g mail dot com. That's casey. Z dot com. You Email us with any questions comments compliments insoles input. And our advice wanted to be a part of the show this evening as a masking you to in the name Email which phone number but escaped contact the Google hangouts anything else, you think we might need to get a hold of you. Up and snap Billy's neck up in your home holiday. Well, the resurrection. There you go. The whole those in the world to do the house calls on Instagram that doubles the fan page. Oh Twitter type in double toasted Facebook type a double toasted woodlice, improv talent typing coin Coleman dust bother to. Visit the how I met people was up Harland. Martin underscoring or just look for Martin Tommaso Facebook. How can they find you billing? At Facebook dot comedy. Dot com. Okay. Okay. God damn we're going to get there. One day. It's not so close this. I don't want anybody. Well, good because ain't gonna find you with rooks. I was trying to. I still fuck that that was so slim known Bill Brooks. My space. Fringed or? Journal live journal. Smoke signals. Brooks carrier pigeon. Radio. Oh, Billy Brooks. Just go ahead and catch them up here in the world famous wtam studios now with them to stake as couches I do Email. It's cool a g mail dot com. Let us know if you'll be visiting Austin, you have moved to us. I know it's cold. But that bid keeps you are. So he decided to stay here. But we are going to be really hot come down here and see your show. So let us know que CU MS Dima dot com. Some some details. Let's send you back some details to coordinate with each other that way we can accommodate you move. Right. Then the hands together you get the boy band should then nothing unsettling about. No, not at all. Oh. I'm sorry. I didn't. I'm just happy to see you for the rain. How many strays do we go about baseball rules? Because you really start. I'll quick. I gotta say them strikes. How long to all right. If you just tuned in I need a rough from billion nine, and I don't think you're gonna make it man. Going off Martins. How long was it got the cars them as well? You. We've just got into. The business that I think I got three strikes with going by baseball rules and mess with the mango get their right? If I keep on. Because my coffee. But I I don't know if I'm gonna do it in this code as weather. The other day that the traffic was so. I didn't know how impatient. I was until I was in the passenger seat. Bitch. Because usually I can I can I can I can drive and kinda keep myself doing something. But so that passengers C it was just getting to me not to say, you weren't bad company. 'cause 'cause you would concentrates I would I don't wanna fuck with. Because 'cause was real looking frustrated himself. Well, he ain't gonna be no good conversation. But it's. What happened was my wife, a car got total? So I let her you. Yeah. Yeah. This man wasn't her fault. But she's an his long. She's really knew this long battle with the other person's insurance company cop came out and said that. Yeah. The person that's most likely them. She's got a lawyer that has everything that they need. But he said I'd never seen anything like this before that that that lizard that. Geico, lizard, he he ain't let him go. Gyco. Elizabeth got a got a grip on like a pit bull. He letting us go over there fighting the insurance company because at first they say, okay, you got it. But something happens somewhere where I don't know if the girl went talk to them, but she got a lawyer. I don't know what happened, but they say, yes. But that we going back out on our agreement. So she she's waiting for so long for her insurance money become so she can get another car. In the meantime, she's okay, though. I know it's happened a long time ago do this. How long has been going? I was like five six months ago. Seriously. Yeah. Yeah. This happened a while back so long ago, the cheat. She was that accident happened when she was with a friend. She even friends with them force, you could've hair. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh knows actually what her brother and he was weird because yes. Keeping a witness though to all this to any anyway, I'll let her use my car sometimes. And if I can get a ride somehow you live around the corner from sue. Yeah. Yes. But it ain't gonna matter. If I keep further with you. So it'd be roommates. You could be white girl. I didn't take you. Wait a minute. Back. That blogging cabinet will be. Belly? Be like a Bugs Bunny cartoon them at their. Hey. Hey. So my. Can I get a ride? I ain't gonna aggressive. Go can nice caulk Asian woman. Amigo. But yeah. Lipstick. Can I? Every car hopping around anyway, but so. So. Happening. We were I was at studio doing some work, and my wife had the had the cars, you drop me off here asked Martin if you can I know we come from a movie. Yeah. She dropped me off the moving. I gotta rallied you down to downtown. Go see another movie so driving traffic says putting the Bugs Bunny drought. Look just like. My husband. But traffic is so bad in Austin right now swears getting worse y'all talking about because it's at the point. I don't know the difference. No more because people talking about how bad it isn't LA, Chicago is bad here. Man. You catch it at the wrong time. It is terrible. And we would better and every popular city, and I just got I would get mad. My wife, and the thing is he had to go look further the downtown he was gonna come back around. And I was just looking at downtown. And I'd say we were we wanted to how I thirty five. Free the interstate in the middle of our traffic cars grid-locked, and I'm told here. I wasn't even closer to excess. No, I've been thirty five less twos. No last Thursday at five thirty you would have seen my blog as walking down in the middle of the road of traffic. Yes. You got out got out. Yeah. Joe bullshit. No, no. I got out thirty of me. Let me. Let me get to exit. Rake. And there you go. When you're in traffic, and you can see where you want to be. Oh, yeah. Right there just within reach. Yes. But you've got out the car. I got out the car. No, oh my God. But yeah, it was but not safe are the no it was stupid. But I was he okay where he got out. It was it was an entrance ramp. Right there us and the end the access road. Was that dick? Next to the chronicle knows where the Dow's downtown, man. It's like I can tell you where it is. It was a twelfth street egg at okay? Okay. Now that he's still doing. Three lanes of freeway here an interest ramp here. So where he needed to go was their car. So to cross the entrance ramp to get over through under a tunnel to get over to this fucking Mont got. Yes. She's crazy people walking down. Yeah. Thirty five. Both faking. Talk about like this. Except a lot more. Yeah. Did not care. Stroll. Stroll like I'll go down lovers lane car. I was done with traffic some snaps to me. I just let me. Like Martin I got into a fight like a couple of by let me out. Fuck out maybe people around when looking at us thinking like, yeah. Okay. I thought that was crazy passengers Geico with this. Yeah. A must look crazy 'cause I did look at homeless. Look like somebody that look normal. He hasn't since he's close look nice, but he just fun car and look at Margaret's court. What the fuck are you get you on this shit? He's trying to get this off my shit. I need to be all mush it their medication. Yeah. Man. It was I had to get out. I had to. Todd. I'm gonna die. Epic card car slightly still moving to us. All right. I know I was looking for a spot where. Complete stop. It's like not worry about it. What was what was your destination? Well, I also did. Destination death. Hael? But no, I was also doing kind of out of consideration for him because he had to go pick up his daughter, and he had to go the to go further and my wife was waiting on me downtown. And I want to take to get something to eat this next green because I've been in movies all day and Thursdays usually my day off, and I had to movies that day and spending time with her. So I'd want to catch her because here's how it is that I wanted to get don't wanna take a risk getting hit by thirty five. Did I wanna hear my wife talking shit because I didn't make a game. Talk to roll. Now. They'll putting up perspective because I was like, yeah. When you look at it that way, give them. Yes, exit. You're supposed to get off it. I was you know, what he's gonna ride with me all the way back to I had to go there. Okay. Yes. That's what it was. Got hit by the car. I didn't feel a hearing as it is getting hit by copy much worse than the other. Wait. No me. So. Yeah. It does both finger that was me. Let me see that was me. Right. Then I got it. I won't be able to. Yeah. Man. I was thinking when I got out of there. Get out of there. I was going to be a part two. Somebody markets on by man's good. You will you will still love. Yeah, man. But that's how you doing Bill Goodman. Good good. What do you have to man? How did you see this guy? Frank came to see your show. Did you meet him? I did not meet him. Okay. Because he said, he waved edgy. There was a seven. It was. Yes. Okay. He must've been to talk to you. I mean, nobody nobody can say hi to me. Now. I don't think he did. Okay. He said it was a good show positive things drags. Going to work. I haven't drag it'd begin. Wouldn't you in drag Bill you Indra? Billing look, I don't even gonna drag. Never seen that. But you find as drag man. Well, I don't Abro. I am good in drag. Can you send me? You don't count that was funny. Yeah. Get full of those. Team minutes towns. That was a compliment man down come on. I am fine. Halfway. Gonna get you right to. You got it from. You to call. Like getting out on the freeway. Don't you? But I don't know who you light teen. Go rupaul. Rupaul rupaul. I'm bet you what was the sketchy with doing? What was it required onerous? Oh, look. Yeah. I got that. I gotta go. See this soda. Washer so Goma Jugo. I wanna say that for about getting caught. Off to you is okay. So it was a lot of people do exactly. Sexes. Go see me all up in like, I'm gonna point to Bill. Billy. Come at her, sir. That over there. Says Coleman over here. Reserve. They say the. Now, he's loud. That's not good. You look, man. Either got him to be loud. Yeah. Billy. Billy in drag finding up at the fake titties. Look good shirt from DT Merced. That was. Coming down either. Wait a minute. Yeah. Ability. But you look goodness shirt. The classic T with the black the black classic of the white logo. Put billion of in a beating them that long lushes hair Vini, man. I know. Yeah. It was almost me. Billy when you on your phone dragged on behavior. The good. Nice cover right them. Billy make you even sexy is if you had the gift of choice gift certificate from DT merge dot com. And you know, when you go over there, and you get your merchant Representative with now, you ready to really be loyal toasty by going in in subscribing double toasted dot com. And as I say, you know, we do this because of you the subscribers the little toast is without you. We couldn't do these streams every other week like we do. And that's why I see those ascribed for yourself and do it for us to keep us going. Oh, dude for those children who are deprived of the toasted goodness. And if you want to check it out, but female on grabbed the fruit a little bit before you buy go, check it out. Grab your food Bill. Yeah. This is fine as Bill so you wanna come back in. And you know, what you can try it out seven days for free. Don't like bun keep the audio. That's our free gift to you. Don't want it back. Get more of it on soundcloud. I tunes and all the thing that I say is for those who do come back. Remember, many ways, you can help us out and subscribe, you can do so which Amazon account we got that. Amazon payback for you put in using them your password safe. Chris. Oh, oh about that. But when you press into we will do some weight at all, right? We will put that toasted goodness Kanawha where is all over your body got their body. Cable here. Nipples all hardest. That take up. You know, what I could make fun because you do when you do look great. But somebody somebody. It was something to check y'all should have seen him on when he was in the other night. He somebody that shit. They did say are the are the common sexual YouTube. It was just a simple statement. They said white being in a beanie, and you could tell that they would just process. A very interesting style choice. Leave me alone about this walk into traffic. Clockwork? A new breed of. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But I made it I'm here. Let's see oh do wanna show yourself. Speaking of DT merged now until you that we are working on that one shirt that everyone's looking for it. You know, we're talking about we are talking about Kong food. That shirt gonna try and make this available for you as soon as possible. But the only reason why I haven't put more pressure on that is because we have the holiday shirt that we gotta concentrate on. And I do have some designs usually don't like to show people. These these these designs until we have it out there. I like to make it a surprise. But I thought it might be cool for you to see. You know, so over there, you go see, but mainly you guys out there to see is the audience in the chat and everybody else. So got artists favorite artists resident artists Dominic vermicelli in Salina Salina. That'd be too. You wouldn't even close. Wouldn't even close. I like that name. I stay on my talk. Can you picture thirty minutes? This is crazy. But lately, the stuck in my head is using double days pizza. Yes. Two days pizza theme. One day. Oh, great. Dome. Doing. Have you ever tell you this almost fifteen years time? He six song. It's Lou Rawls don't care who. Imitator? Piece oppression thirst. It's not. But tell me tell me what a what you got to think about these holiday designs. We have coming up. I'm glad to hear because the niece being. Being. He's staring him. That was. It was some cute about that the day. She was talking to you. Because he was so nice. But you get the fuck. Away from you. People just roll up on me and just stay right there. I can't quite get away from him. Do you want to know? He has his look he gets. When the alien is right. This martin. Lincoln to always goes. Because he also wants to laugh, and he was looking less tears, come up. I thought it was just Morse code. On his. Like, Indiana Jones. But. Visit the Christmas designs that we have here for the Christmas shirts waiting to hear back from the merge store. But Tim what you guys thickness three different designs does the same design just different color schemes. So we think about like that not like that. And let's see here. Yeah. Yeah. That's who else. You come on the only ball Grinham. Wait a minute. Okay. Who's that? When we. I was at in the green bubble down there. Okay. So that's in their semi and Kris. Okay. And there's actually a woman does her. And there's me, and so there's a that's that's actually really nice. I do. Here's the other designs here. That's the the red looks good too. And then well that's to read. I don't know what. Would you say we all Mexican? Again, you said that would base in your. You wouldn't want about then you're gonna be racist? You say we look native American. It would look bad Mexican so which one between the red green green green also. Yeah. I mean, it's it's not fair because he showed it to me. I, but with that way, you can really see our faces. Yeah. Yeah. This makes you too much of a target rating. Actually, look bad either shit. It's hard. That makes everything pop, but the other one for some reason I like the blue I like things that pop that like the things that pop like the not more aggressive things like it put people listening. We're looking at a kind of like a pastel green background little is the double toasted color toasted. But then our faces on ornaments ornaments are kind of more a brighter colors red and yellow orange and. In our faces in those. So I kind of like this right here. I think the dominant color needs to be little softer instead of this right here. You know, kind of overwhelms that read them oranges kind of up not just those two next each other. Although with that, okay. With the one that we liked the bluish green. Maybe if the darker green was darker. Yeah. That could be a two. We'll we'll see. Okay. We just see it's small right there. Thumbnails and that that green does look darker, and it makes things pop better. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Well, you know, we'll we'll see the jets is about this. Maybe they have some input. They say so the contrast is looking at them right now, they say we have Chris Jamal, Grayson who's an artist. He's is ourselves. Like when he says the green is is. Is a cooler cooler background says the contrast is better. Everybody's saying to the green background like Elissa rate here seeing it the greenest background is working from me fucked. Juliet fuck that read one Sammy you in here as coy Billy's faces a condom what on a condo is still what? At the tip to. Star David on it though. That's true them. Maybe you would if you fucking yourself. Floor. Right. Where you go. Keesing? Stab you. Vice cores while at home. Let's see beanie ability as people say. Yarmulke? Yeah. Green wins. Get it does gene that you go. So yeah. Everybody likes the green, man. Nice holiday shirts. I like those those. Yeah. I like those two man. Those are those are very good and Dominic. He made cellini. He did that in a very short amount of time. So I want to thank him again for his hard work. And hopefully, I'll be able to hear back something tomorrow about what they want to do with this. 'cause I don't know. They were looking sweaters shirts. I mean, we can modify this to be a sweater. If that's what they're looking for. But. I really liked it. There you go people come in some coming someone to dot com. It's us he does he really does like him. He's able artists around here because he's been around long time been a regular almost got a trade. Martin look for is when it comes to the advanced and things like that. Excuse me. Horrible. He retort. Got a tornado month throat right now. What's going on with this Flynn had that all me to go more versatile? I couldn't even Zing. Right. Let's go. You can get into. Discussion right now I'm eager to see what Martin Martin funding, but boy himself. I wanna see what he thinks about the king of the funny books. Dan, Lee, STAN Lee as we all know Stanley because we talked about these yesterday now. If you wanna know the discussion that we had yesterday about Stanley, you can go look at yesterday's what up son we had a really good discussion about Stanley passed away yesterday at ninety five we did the whole thing talking about favorite cameos and some of the problems that he was going through. Before right before he passed away talked about, you know, his legacy a little bit legacy. I want to continue talking about mainly because. It hasn't been twenty. Kid. United has not been twenty four hours before that backlash kicked into effect. The man ain't even coal yet. We want to serve this shit talking war. Not not less than twenty nine even twenty four hours later people start talking shit about this man. Stan Lee does he stole stuff from people Stanley. He man, he he always taking credits with things that he was saying critics thing he didn't deserve. What about all these other folks out here? Why Stanley the one out he always getting all the love, and he should know and everybody else now on talk against him. Well, that's why I'm here today. Because I think while I'm sure that there was a complicated pass with this man Martin. I'm sure you can elaborate on this at the same time. I wanna make it clear to people exactly why STAN Lee is getting so much credit for the things that he's done. And why those things are so important and why in built for those things. That's what people a celebrating his me. I mean because everybody thinks oh he was just he was just he was just a face. You know, he was well he was a salesman. Nah. As more than that. That's part of it. But it's more than them. Let me go ahead and clarify something. No before we get started before we even touch Stanley. Because a lot of people still a mixed and we made the joke yesterday. And I'd be damned, but some people take it. Seriously, Spike Lee is not dead. It is likely y'all think I'm playing even Spike Lee cathedra. Hey, y'all y'all here. Hey, yo y'all here la- worried. I'm not making a joke. We make the job yesterday. We even said he said he wrote the heaven dollar shot that he does. I think I'm not supposed to be here. But somebody I read report at the wrong thing. I'm looking to end do our Spike Lee had to come in the respond until people. Now, I'm not dead. Hear about it, buddy. Spike Lee response to be mistaken for Stanley pronounced dead in New Zealand. Yeah. Hub y'all get this, right? Zeal, come home, and how hard is. I think y'all y'all fucking around, you know, what was happening here we all look alike, right? It was like. Why it was like with Michael Clarke Duncan died, and they put a picture of being rain. That actually. I believe that. Yeah. No. But it was out there. People some people celebrates dead's spike Lee's league. No, no bitches. I'm not dead. I'm here. You know? He was nice about it. He's still he's he Misawa Lebanese. He's going to take a lot more. The Nettie get rid of mine. Still Capital One commercially. Yeah. Exact jackson. I'm still here. Why folks? Now. Now that we got that misunderstanding taking care of. Get on to two Stanley. Here's a thing with Stanley. I get it. You know, a lot of people. Especially fans out there. They're talking about how STAN Lee's get so much praise. And yet somebody else getting looked over, you know, his partner for years, Jack Kirby everybody talking about well, how come Jack Kirby and get this kind of love Jack Kirby responsible for half these heroes at people love to was going on with what was going on with that are coming here and getting his long bitchy Aries news stories people coming out expressing their love. And while Jack Kirby is a man who has more influence on even the movies that we see today. I'll his style very much is a big influence on what we see in the marvel cinematic universe. Onscreen? There's he wasn't. He just wasn't as big a personality out in the mainstream as Stanley was right. And that's don't know. Why people don't get that? They don't want to get it. They don't fun to be outraged. If feel like in other people don't know really is man, exactly. We wanna be mad. And that is not new when it comes especially when it comes to him yet now. And they, you know, if you read about them they had problems, but it was just like any couple that works together closely they had disputes they have fights. But they did still have a mutual respect for each other. And I don't think that Jack Kirby at all like I said Jack Kirby had probably as long in great career as as a Stanley but just in a different area, but don't they Stanley ever denied the talent. And in the work that Jack Kirby brought into into into into into that working relationship. He was never wanted to say what? No, I was the one who did all that. Yeah. Exactly. And Stanley was never wanted to go in and take credit from Jack Kirby for things that he didn't do that. Was there was respect. And there was a he had a lot of respect for the man, even when people are coming out and trying to it's such a mess. It will people trying to come out and say nice things to defend Stanley a still messing Neta today. I liked this guy when I read this. I read it before I read it before this thing blew up like this. And I said was Armie hammer here causing trouble Armie hammer, Armie hammer. Mass your what's he doing getting involved in this army hammer because he's done in a? But no, no because he was defending Stanley. Okay. But in the worst way possible he came out and said, oh, you take pictures with Stanley up. Did how dare you take your debt to make it all about you? And I looked at dinner like oh my God. This is going to come back on. It's about movies. I'll say why did this say this? I like this. Why did he was he out here than these people? And sure enough it got so bad that Megan Megan had to come in to whip up on that hand. Even when when Megan got to come in and talk some sense to you. That's what you know is bad. Jeffrey dean Morgan came in. He was he was one of the biggest one that come in is that you dumb ass. He said, do you even see what you just did talk shit about other people? I'm looking at this old comic, book dot com. And here's that went out from jeopardize Morgan. So here's what Armie hammer say he says, so touched by all of the celebrities. Posting pictures of themselves with Stanley no better way to commemorate an absolute legend than putting up a picture of yourself. Now. Now that's when as meniscus. Well, then what are we? A pretty boy who. Shit. What a way to. Celebrate a legend put up a picture yourself with noon. And this is what Jeffrey Morgan had to come in and say he said looks like you found a way to use others ways of morning in their memories to draw some attention to yourself you're saying he sound like nicotine your sound like a real as head. Jeffrey, I know more like Jeffrey steam Morgan. All right. But it's like it was because I knew this, man. Do you not understand how how Stanley was a man of the people? He went out took pictures with everyone. Yeah. Yeah. It shows how how Genesee was stands with his time and his fans everybody feel good. And it's a way of like, you know, just saying, hey, I'm happy. I got to meet him before he died. Yeah. All these people putting the pictures of him celebrating that one moment they had with this legend, right, Hugh celebrities. That was the gathered everybody wanted to take a picture with George Clooney. Stan leaves the man is other Rahm no matter if you're famous enough it just posted a picture of someone that you cared about or admired at the past is having a picture with him. But that was the everybody was posting pictures. It doesn't matter. Everyone saying doesn't matter who it is just like people do that thing. Sure. You take a post the picture? Hey. My grandma's, right. Yes. The person as funny because I mean, I say yesterday all these cameos that Stanley made in movies, he did then real life. Everybody gotta Stanley cameo. Everybody's been photo bomb Bustan lead them brush shoulders with Stanley even yesterday Stanley was bombing other people. Yes, exactly. Excelsior. He would go Murville Bill. Yes. Places even just as of yesterday, and we talked about yesterday again, go watch the video from yesterday on YouTube arm, the site in even Oz off put up a picture, like even took a picture of my friend interacted with Stanley. Everybody had memories of Stanley and fan moments with Stanley. There's nothing wrong. It's a Lebanese non-celebrities anyone in between shit. I'm sure the pope took a picture with Stanley at one point. There was nothing wrong with that. He was close until two army hammerhead put out in tweet till he fucked off everybody to money. What was he s? I was thinking don't know, man. You know, what he wasn't thinking like most people. On Twitter, especially good answer. How can I fuck up today? It's one of those moments where you just say, you know, what just just shut up look pretty. Stay away from Twitter. You don't need to be talking today. Not today because you got to say is wrong. Jeopardy Morgan was like this show, not pets. So you wanna talk some shit. Crazy men, and that's why I'm here to tell you why Stanley's influences so great. And why it's well deserved. We mentioned how STAN Lee yesterday. One of the biggest things with him that made him who he is that he was an entertainer. You know, you know, when you when you look at it. He was the guy. He was a he was such a great personality on screen as well as behind. Behind the scenes, but on screen, and he just looked cool yesterday. I was talking about how like he just read issued a porno animals go cigarettes, even right now, I'm gonna fucking shot spider, man. Seventies. He totally head that sleazy porno. One other way, John I'm just I'm just waiting for vault. People doing pornographic cost play, you know, back in the day where he just fill national super eight closet. Full of Parnell. He shot at home just making people dress up like doors, spider man fucking. During this period rate here, Jack Kirby gone over to DC, and he was drawn bunch of books for them and one was mister miracle. Antique character funky flash, man. Those very obvious ripple Stanley. I was just a big a big bullshit artists talking salesman all the time and always had to pay. That was always coming off. That was. Weaknesses win. But you know, that's the thing. Man. He he was he was a great entertainer which made him a great salesman. And I'm not saying that in a bad way. Because you know, even though he was even though he looked like Hugh, Hefner. The people say he was Hugh, Hefner comics at the time all the sex and everything, but he, but you know. Thing is he was modest. He he would. I'm sorry. He was not modest. He was not modest at all. But he wasn't egomaniac either. Yeah. He was he was always selling and promoting the product. Yeah. Not himself. No, no. You know, the thing is he was not modest egomaniac. He just told it like it is. If he did something great. He gave credit what credit was due. If somebody else does something great. He gave credit what credit was due. He. But it never stopped for saying. Yeah, we did some good shifts. We made his there's a there's a an interview from Virginia Tech stumbling on on this online across the line Beck in nineteen seventy seven swinging stain. He was he was he was in his this little studio, given a interview, and I want you notice here how he is both. Boastful about the history that he's done, but yet gives credit to somebody else. Atta man, look at it. She's like we haunt. She was like. She was like. Join recording. Dame studio, we have with us Mr. Stanley who is the publisher of marvel comics and today's going to tell us a little bit about how he got started at cetera. Now began in nineteen sixty one with fantastic four that credit first book in the so-called, marvel age of comics, which revolutionized all of literature, as we all know, how did you come up with this idea? Actually, it wasn't even an original idea. The fellow who is then the publisher said to me, I was the editor at the time in the head writer that doesn't mean I wrote heads. I was chief writer and play. Stupid. Found out that DC comics has a book called the Justice league and selling pretty well. And maybe we ought to do a book with a lot of superheroes. I figured okay. So right away. It started out as a copy. But I said, I'm not gonna copy the Justice league. I never can remember it was the Justice league or the Justice -ociety one of those. So I figured okay. If we have to do with team, that's fine. The we're going to do it differently than anybody else does. So instead of a lot of good guys will wins one at the end, they were brilliant, and they were superior to the builders, and they never did anything wrong. We came up with the fantastic four who inevitably did something wrong, and they weren't really that much better than the bad guys. And I would like to think that these stories were unexpected. And you never knew what was going to happen next in interesting. Yeah. And notice that he said, you know, we we created these. Legendary characters we created this property, then became world famous. But at the same time, he wasn't afraid to say to DC shit to this change it around from own purposes. You know, a lot of people they try to come across like influenced by all these things that he's like, no awesome. Somebody was doing. And I think I did it better thought took straight from that in modified it to something crater. And that's that's the thing. I loved about Stanley Stanley with just a guy that you even though he would brag about what he's doing always honest about where where it came from. And and just. For some reason still seemed like he was a really nice guy behind it. All I wouldn't even call that bragging what he's doing. He's just comes from organic places. Like, look, I wouldn't know copy it this is what I didn't like about their model. So I just changed. And this is what I did. And he said he was told to do exactly exactly something like this. Yeah. Yeah. Glasses on you'll get. It's funny too. Because that's it looks cheaper. Like really is about to shoot a porno. About that girl. Right. Taking off. Let you use it for your access TV. Just coming little nervous. When he said, I didn't mean I wrote heads someone's going to give you some. Speaking. Action. As an entertainer. It was more than just being a showman for this guy. It was the great thing about Stanley. And him being a guy that was so great in front of the camera is that. He was. He was more than a showman. He was that personal touch that made you feel closer to these super powered people, you know, he was the one because he was he was a normal guy. Just like us on money. We're not, but he handled superpowers, but he was the dude who knew a bunch of superheroes. As friends, you know, those were his close personal friends. And he said, hey, you wanna meet them you want to go to a cool party? And he was just it was like we were hanging out with him and all his friends is because of his voice in his personality. They put out there. It was a personal touch. It was almost like having this one this thing that major closer to the superhero is that was what's really sold marvel. And yeah, it was at personal touch before you saw him or met him just within the comics themselves. It was always, hey reader hatred believer. Guess what's coming up next? And you know, spite he's going to be in this. And then his editorials in the comics stand soapbox, personally, write a whole big thing. That was just as enjoyable to read as a comic book and everything was, hey, I'm including you in this. We got the. Mighty mighty marvel club. You're all a part of it. Hey spot. Spot a mistake. And we'll give you a no prize. They always promoted those no prizes. If you find something we did is inaccurate. Let us know. We'll send you a note. Brian. Yes. Yeah. It was it was all kinds of stuff like that. Then. Engage. You made you feel like you part of this club. Even the artist all the all the staff. They would call the bullpen. Always. He always bragged on the bullpen and with the brick bullpens up to this month. So it was it was a whole big personality thing and that see this is what you've got understand. Yes. All these other people contributed, but STAN Lee is the guy that kind of made marble what it was and what people love marble so much because they felt like they were friends with this guy who was intr- personally. Introducing you to spider man, and the whole in the fantastic four, and that's what and that's what really got me into marvel because I mean, I was reading the books before. But I want to explore this university. Even more back in nineteen eighty one. When there was a show called the amazing spider, man, spider, man, and his amazing friends. And the reason why that was so cool to me because that voice that you would read in the comics like like a in the bullpen. Are his near ration- that he would do in the comics? He brought that to the show and in an. It was just it was that voice. I had never heard anything like it and amazing desk. The show that came on one thousand nine hundred nineteen Eighty-one it lasted four. Lasted four about three or four seasons. And then aired it again, and they went back and actually was air without his narration before. But then they add narration and make it all cohesive and the animation. I mean, it was a Saturday morning cartoon, and it wasn't even what it was at the time. Yeah. Yeah. At the time, you got to see you superheroes. Come to life animation. Wasn't even all that. Great. It was pretty limited. But the thing is is that when STAN Lee came in and near rated. He kept you as he put some drama drama. Yeah. Yeah. The way he would the way he narrated in the way he would make it seem just so intense. You would just glued to the screen waiting to see what happened next. On my way, watch closely. Don't turn away. Transformed into the human being who alone has the power band. Banjul s you would watch that. And you as with blitz twenty minutes. Listening up there frozen. Because STAN Lee knew how to tell a story. And I I remember watching that. And I I that voice again, I said man, I don't even know what this guy looks like I thought it was an actor really paying attention. I thought okay, I got somebody to play Stanley. That's not really Stanley. Okay. No, nerve working on comic books could be that cool, man. But, but, but you know, when I found out was Stanley. I even know what it looked like. And I was just like, wow, man, this this guy was made to be behind the scenes and in front of the camera and on a Mike. I mean, he had everything Stanley had a look, and he had that voice, man. The guy could've comets was thing. But he could have been hosted the game show. Oh, sure. Yeah. He could be could have been an actor. It was amazing. And also, by the way, have to mention speaking of cameos because that's important think about all these cameos that people talk about before he was even seen on film. It was that cartoon where people were exposed in for the first time and not only would have voice. But you could also say technically if this is correct. That was officially his first cameo now. Now, it would be in cartoon form. But on that show he came in and did a quick walk on. Oh, great. She took us out for dinner. She must have lashed. Fantasy. Now. Sleazy there. Old pedal. About the touch that dog. But at the time, they couldn't get the, you know, the salt and pepper hair dally they wanted to. But it was that that was considered to be one his first cameo cameos man on that show, an interesting. Yeah, it was it was amazing man that you know, when you go back, and you look at it the stuff that people know about Stanley today really goes back years beyond sure. We're talking about his characters and their peel. We've talked what he was talking about the fantastic four. I created this family. They felt like a real family the more. They felt like a team. Well, here is he was a big thing that marvel had that didn't that he established was when he talked about the the Justice league every every member the Justice league was an alien or God or a millionaire even Greenland from the Justice society. He was a he was a newspaper publisher everybody was was rich. They will to do. Yep. And they had these powers and his thing was take. Hey character has characters have powers, but they're also people. So yeah, the fantastic four should've powers, but the way they got him guy. He's a rock monster. And he's he's he's upset all the time and their and their family who's who's who's a bickering with each other half the time and they were saying like. A real family with fight. But then when they had to work together work together. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They made a great team Spiderman get great power, great responsibility. But he's still a teenager who is not popular at school. Poor and his aunt is always at death's door. And even as a man can get a shift together. Yesterday. When the main reason we talked about this how he had a human touch to these characters making them flog know, one of the things about Spiderman being relatable is that. Okay. Yeah. I've got responsibilities just like him except kind of better than he is. You know, he might have superpowers, but I pay my bills on time. Yeah. You know, I still got a job. That's right. Yeah. And then on top of that, you know, you gotta think about all the other things that that he did that made people. You know, he he gave them human flaws. I can relate to them. But then the other things where people felt like outsiders. They've saw a little bit themselves in the characters. It was not always great to be a superhero are not always great to have superpowers. It was often nut the hulk. He didn't want that shit. What that I'm indestructible, but I can't control. Stan lead. When people say Stanley was a God. He really was like God. God don't give you nothing without a little give and take. God he'll always a catch. And Thor was the the north gotta thunder. But because he was not always worth it didn't have shit together by day. He was a crippled yet. Yeah. He was he was Dr Don Blake who who was lame. And that's the other thing handicapped people could relate to him there. Devil had great powers, but he couldn't see shit. And he was blind. Use them ears. Handicapped people men. Everybody hated them because they were mutants. And that's the biggest one man the X men. The X men is the one that left the biggest impact because the X ma'am touched on a subject that was not uncomfortable. She we talk about being responsible. A losing your -partment. We can talk about having anger issues. We could talk about being a handicap. But when Stanley was doing these things. Number one to talk about race issues in comics. But and that's why he was able to bring it in. Because while some people saw the X men as oh, well, these guys are just outcast because people scared of into the powers other black people looking at this nearly shit. That's us. Powell is blackness, you know, and it's really an power. But it was it was acquitted of like the civil rights drug. Sure. Sure. And it's funny. How the idea really came about it start out what a noble cause. It's just he went to create superheroes. And he's like, I'm sick of come at origins. They were born with their powers. Good enough, right? Also didn't even came up with them. Lou Caja of heart. Right. I don't think that was his it was I mean, it's a marvel property, but I I'm not saying, I know for sure he didn't create. I don't think he did. But iron man, he had a heart condition. And I'm alcohol come into much later. Harkin? Did you got a question? Black Panthers catch you know what? But he didn't have his own book or anything for for a long time. I mean at the time at the time he was created. He was more of a mysterious figure. It was in the fantastic four were they got invited to come to. What Kanda is like, we Richardson. What you think you smart, but we got some shit ear should come check it out. But you know, the other thing is that was a big deal of Black Panther that Black Panther in hold on brain that up actually here that was a big deal that Black Panther. Let me put it in here to put up the the deck. Herbie Black Panther. It was a big deal that Black Panther didn't have a whole lot of weaknesses because he made a character of color. That was really empowered. He was wealthy. He was a king. He tried to tried to give them some -bility. He lived in a land that was technologically advanced more than others. It was almost like his weakness. Stay at least the Negros black. Yeah. Ready to got a weakness. I mean outside of what kind of that is, you know, it was it was more spin things in because it was at a time in Africa. Where people just thought everybody ran around. Yeah. It was kind of not to like show these people with the weaknesses of people are thought they had like, okay. Let's lesson power them. So at least my take on that. Sure. Say that. In really, it's important to to mention Mars, right? Like this start out with that that that noble noble cause of making this a civil rights issue. I mean, they embraced it. When people start making the comparisons. But that's important culturally because. In a lot of people related to these characters and a lot of people who weren't nerds and geeks and who didn't. Recom- it's openly. They still saw themselves those characters and those characters actually they've been doing it for solo. And that's exactly that's progressiveness of marvel that has made a desk contributed to comics mainstream today. I mean shit. Back in the day, man. People reading comics and Eighty-one admitted. Progressive marvel kits you in your. Oh, no. I've got my SP for reading comics about people who read comics. They just didn't want to admit it because you have to look at it. Even now, you had a whole lot hip. Hop artists. Come out come out in a lot DJ's. Young people come out and say, thank you Stanley for being my hero. That's this generation right now maybe slightly little bit before. But for my generation and even little bit from your generation for much. Yeah. You gotta realize that looking in the golden age of hip hop are back in the day. The old heads of hip hop day came up at the same time. I did and Nundy negroes going around the hood talking about I'm reading comic book today. I'm going to become. These beats book, I'm so drives bits. And but if you look at the influence, it has on those people who were that same age. I am today. Take tame legendary Wu Tang, go space killer took the Monica aka Tony stark. He went by Tony stark. One. The big one's still going off today in doom, and when you get that name, exactly exactly Dr got it from doctor doom and middle face dooms. What the stands for in this guy loves comic so much in love superheroes. So much that he even sampled from the cartoons. Like, the mazing spy Spiderman, he's amazing. He would sample from that like he made an album called food and. Delicious. But in that the whole thing is sitting around the theme of food. But the other thing is that he took a ton of samples from Saturday morning cartoons, featuring Spiderman mainly from Spiderman his amazing friends. I do. Prisoner. Dr special. Beef Rapp capital, even though. Crushes fries that beat is taken from the beat is added to music, our sample, take it from the cartoon. Because I remember that music from back in the day, man. Even even in the song. They got a food. We need food. Mood. Love that album. You gotta listen to that. If you haven't heard it, you've probably heard me playing it before you on this show. You know, that's the that's why his death Martin takes on such important today. Sure. His progressiveness. Lint himself to make a statement about racism fifty years ago. And it was it was done and stands so bucks. And we're talking about what we talked about where he. Some of us. I was first time here in his voice with the written word. And at that time. Did you do you? Remember the six day to something. He put out in stand soapbox, which was in the comics. He put out this whole reaction to racism. Oh, I remember at the time. I saw somebody posted online recently. Yeah. Yeah. It was. If you go in and read them read the whole thing look at it online. But go into read in read, it is man how it can almost be speaking to the hatred that is so prominent in coming out today because of one mother fucker, but. Seventeen percents seventeen percents. She's says, let's lay right on the line. You can even hear him saying, let's lay right on the line on on the line, bigotry and racism among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. But unlike a team of costumed super villains, they can't be halted with the punch in the snoot are Zack from a Reagan. The only way to destroy them is to expose them to rebuild them for the insidious evils. They really are. The bigot is an unreasoning hater one who hates blindly fanatically indiscriminately, if his hangup is black men, he hates all black men. If a redhead wants a fended him. He hates Allred hits. If some foreign of beat him to a job he's down on off foreigners. He hates people. He's never seen people. He's never known with equal intensity with equal Benham. You can keep going on with that. But do you hear what he's addressing race? Schism Zena phobia. Sexism all the stuff that's bubbling up more than ever today. He's writing the fucking money right on it. Yeah. Isn't that? Crazy. It's fucking. You said Aereas it's fifty years, man. She's coming full circle back around to this got down do real comic books. Got like sit people straight way even alive right now. And. And. In that. And that progressiveness also. It. It has a huge impact on speaking to people different cultures minorities. Of people who are considered to be a low on the social on the social totem pole. But also. It brought a kosher together. I I don't know if he ever would have been able to foresee that a character that was created decades ago would bring a culture together with which spanned different generations who are never thought that I would be bonding with my mother in a movie theater, watch it on marvel movie both of them. Both of us. My mom mom geeking out over Black Panther more than me. You know what I'm saying? This is an event that people came out to sea with their grandparents, grandchildren. Aunts uncles negroes made this a family you presently mostly this this Black Panther meant. That's. Telomere movie coming out. Dan, lease progressing, this the voice that he that he had against bigotry that he did in front of the cameras spoke out against. Dead. Again, is something that made marvel so much different from other people made Stanley stand out from other people within the organization, you know, what I'm saying. Yeah. Y'all talking about this shit. Would he do? That's what he did bits said. I'm going to make a muscle, man. People wanna talk shit in this in this kind of obvious while we are celebrating this guy. Sure some decency shit. In getting off the soapbox of talking about. It's progressive. So why you still great? I will tell you that. I did this Martin probably get choked up. It was it was really great to see him before he passed away. See his creations done. Right. Oh, yeah. And when I say, Dun rite doesn't fit so many decades. It was just hey, you take what you get a lot of people don't live long enough to see technology to point where you get to see your creations taken to to a level that you probably thought she would never see possible. Stan lead not only got to see his characters brought to the screen. In a in a in a in a life that he probably had never seen on screen before. But also to see his storytelling brought to light on the big screen to see his universe. His comic freight the stories all on the screen. He didn't even think that was possible to other people much less the stuff that he contributed to. I couldn't help feel happy this even on a small screen. On netflix. They they had some hit MRs. But last season, a dead devil, kicked ass man on can you imagine even on the small screen seeing how heroes right? You gotta think about that after because when was it that he sold marble had to sell off their character. So back and eat and. They come back and forth so many times because he started out with timely comics. And that's what he created captain America him and Joe Simon, and then he came over to marvel as editor and head writer, and that's what he created most these characters we know and timely went under and he was able to get captain America. Brett back brought him in. And then he, you know, he escalated to being the publisher while and then things started go south with marvel that was when they they would they would pack up. They were gone. What hasn't saved a really I the guy he had a point at ROY Thomas to be like his under study and take over his editor while he was I don't even know if he was still publishing because that was a while everybody thought he was publisher. And he was just more the face the figurehead, but but that guy so he went and saw Star Wars and said, we gotta do we gotta do adaptations of. Star Wars comics, and Jim shooter was the editor at that. But or publisher at that point editor, and he was just like, well this passionate about I guess, we can and those things soul. So well kept marvel going. Stall stall was kept marble going. Yeah. Keep going. Yeah. So. Let's see. At the point they sold everything it had to be in the late eighties and early nineties and because. Yeah. They this guy Ron Perlman, not the actor. Who was a was a guy who was just buying. He was by companies just by companies strip them sell them all feed own Revlon and stuff, and he he had he bought moral. And that's when he was selling off being you didn't give shit. Yeah. Yes. Oh, yeah. You wanna make a movie yet? Give me some money here. Here you go. You got the rights, and it took some a lot of years. It was the back. It was a dark period because during that time when. Stanley. He can he can control. What was being sold? Right, right. Because everybody was thinking stand was a face. So he's in charge. Why he he took a lot of shit over Jack Kirby because it was Frank Miller and publisher the comics journal, Gary Graff who lead the charge Frank Miller when he came to prominence he was all about creator's rights and created was for every artists got screw back in a day. We take our shit back have control not had the two big companies because look with David Segal and shoot created superman because they got screwed and then became and look how Jack Kirby got screwed. He had to sign all these art away most of heating back and Frank Milton. Not me. They let a big charge a big anti marvel charts with the whole give Kirby is credited to give him money. They owe money and that turned in some evolved into Marvel's a bad guy, staying bag bad guy. He's marvel and that time is like if you know anything that Stanley's renaissance over here. No more and even time talking about he wasn't the publisher. It was a standard contract it sucked. But it seems to blame him for. Yeah. Let me ask you this. When you said. Losing rights and stuff is the name Roger Cormon coming up anytime. Yes. That was going to say that that would that lead to dark period, man. Because because I'm sure Stanley was looking back and saying down when you said that y'all bodies. Know you abuse. Dog to an abusive owner man because it was a dark period because people just made movies to keep the rights to those characters are make a quick buck or ride the wave of another movie that was doing big to keep the rights to something. Like, Roger Cormon mate? He made a nineteen ninety four fantastic four movie shit like it was made at somebody's garage. Yeah. That Beverly was a joke. And it was it was only on the underground for for years. You could find it. I had a I got a copy of it. Because my buddy in LA he was one who. He was one who dubbed the master copy. He still run for himself and may want for me. I had a big viewing party. Yeah. A lot of beer, man. You gotta look at it. Like, you've got to watch the stretching affects the bed even have a punt at the end where it's a big rubber has waving to the oil. It's hilarious. The funny thing. Yeah. You gotta what man you can watch it online. Yeah. You can watch online and the funniest thing about that movie. Is that to this day? It's still the best fantastic for movie. Yes. Of the. Made the best one. Oh, yeah. It's the closest you have to actually closest to them being the real fantastic. Two. They get married. Driving off in the car and just Mary big Roman. Yep. Minister awful. And it's the best thing they could have done it depen- tests. Fantastic. But you know, what I mean in? That's another thing that they look bad. But the power is they're accurate. Thing turn. This is ridiculous far for three. Is you know what? Again. It's the best looking thing. Michael tickles toll. I guess either. Exactly man, Marla jaded Bill. That's what people are happy to get that back. Captain America was another one that one was the word nineteen ninety. Is that fantastic. Four was made nineteen hundred. It's worse than the movie there's may nineteen ninety. But the reason why captain America was vague because they had the rights and they rushed out saying shit. We gotta catch. The got a ride the wave of Batman Batman came out in nineteen eighty nine. The had the same kind of marketing the world codename, captain America can the power. Fridge a dog. L his own his mask the ears fake Yes. Experimental ready to fire. In the United States. Because. Some reason they could not get the helmet to go around his ears rights. They may fake rub ears to go outside. Can track it, and I think great thing. We started decades ago. Does a hell of a city here. The captain America today. Don't call exposes like that. On that shot. When you when you see that you hit you see that she'll hit a clearly go to the ground. Cutback. She's back in the air coming back. It took a break back when back, and you know, what though it's talion yet. Yeah. That's right. German. And you know, something. Gotta give him points for at least trying because it with the cost that the crowd the costume, the he he didn't look all that bad. And and you know, what the story at a certain point. It was kind of accurate point up to a point nine after one look at this. Turn around y'all talk shit about me. Yeah. You you're rubbing. Thought anybody? They'll take ears real. Risk. They'll give me this. Remember it's early where he crashes on the North Pole. He walks California. Remember that part? But you know, what? At. I've seen this in in. Remember the time you had nineteen Eighty-nine Batman come out. And they were trying to do the same kind of marketing where the bet logo spoke for Batman. It was the shield spoke the captain America. They have posters nothing. But that shield out there, no words like, you know, who this is. Yeah. Well, those two TV movies with rid Brown. Wale. Threat to scoot or. You know? Yeah. It was it was it was pretty bad. But you know. Funny thing is irony here is that. We talked about this a little bit yesterday that while while marvel was having trouble because they sold their properties off. It was one company out there doing Stanley and the rest of more of a little bit of Justice, man. And that was FOX. Oh, yeah. Saturday morning cartoon, Saturday morning cartoons in the movies man movie from two thousand on the big screen or you're right. They actually they actually did a great job of keeping those those characters pretty thick with the budgets. They deserve that genetic code for safe here kind of places. Only one. Tation the truth is. Very real. You must know who they are what they can do. Change is coming are you fearing? Those we've fear open. War between the rest of humanity. Wonderful medal run through your entire body. Mckellan action. Just talking. One of them. How Barry pulled a Kevin causing movie? Yeah. She was like fuck the I'm not doing an accident. She's hill. Yeah. Mccallum? This is wonderful. You had medal your bunny? The skin isn't Betty. Through that before we get to the Batman. You know, something it was cool to know that he was able to actually see one of his what his creations get brought to life even open whole fringes while you start franchise. Yeah. Wolves over. Yeah. Accident pulled up, but it was it was kind of the cartoons and everything will to I'm talking about up on the screen though. And I gotta tell you man, I was really happy that he was able to see. Let me see a habit here. I was leading able to he was able to see like one one of his creations get represented a very well and away that even he didn't think he'd seen before. He would he was gonna die. And of course, we're talking about wolverine and Logan. Also world is not the same as. At the same as. Vert mice. To see too. No, he he did he not create wolverine who create a woman. It was Chris Claremont and Dave Cochran laze. Much later. You know about the comics look, we'll X men fan. Everything you know, when I was coming up rid of hope punisher and spider, man, if seen the X missing way too big to get into it was because they have so many so many characters and so many plotlines it's a big soap op, it's a giant convoluted soap opera where they have alternate dimensions and different timelines. And you don't wanna part of that. I would watch. The cartoon was a good job of Dylan down. We simplify those came much later. When after I was a kid. I was at I was in college by that point, you know, Manno act like you in west men cartoon. No, I did. Okay. The cartoon made me wish I got into the comics when I was younger cause damage some cool stories, but it was intimidating look at all the comments that they hell like I don't know what to start. Now when you said they were going to talk about you talk about one of his. Sorry, one of his creations that he got to see dun-rite thought you mentioned the strip rela. What is the thing? It went from everybody hates him. And then him doings promoting stripper rela which he wouldn't stop people making fun of him. And then he just kinda he kinda just fade into the background until everybody forgot about him. And then pop back up with these cameos and everybody was like, oh Stanley a love that guy. He's the greatest as like manza sometimes. But you gotta do take yourself out of public. I and comeback reinvented. Get an entourage. Because. Only want to do them like this. Have you ever seen stripper real? I know I know of it. I just never that thing was horrible was during that time when they were trying to do adult everywhere. Adult animation was every bit was everywhere. Proud to. I'm looking at this right now. The first thing that the first up on the screen Stanley presents. Okay. Yeah. Like, we said the man one perfect. That thing was it was it was it was a huge back with him. That was that was Pamela Anderson. Yeah. It was it was the two of them winning. Stripping. Close that amazing. This panel at comic con, buddy. Shannon. Wheeler was on the same panel with Stanley. He was excited about it. And I'll stay was talking about stripper rela eight a question. He flipped it back around stripper Rasma, the hulk somebody that and even that was where where tirees was in the audience and start crying. He got choked up sand just want to just want to give thanks to you. Because I look around this Comecon, and all of this is because of you you, you're creation. You did all this. And it was coming. Because we thinking this called animated stuff ready to do is stay lead. And he even he was like. What they're young man. And I hope you check out my new creation strip rela which is playing on UPN, right? Every saturday. It did again Martin told a story. I was there to the story about how tar ISA. When Stanley started that company Powell and entire ease was like, and may I used to love the way the words used to be in the comic books in big letters. You know, like like bam and zapping bang in pal. No young, man. Speaking of Powell, I have a new company called that. Exact word. Like, you pay Disney grossly. He he was a plant. He was too sincere have been a plan really or he's a greater active, and we even Stanley is just that great. Feeling that anytime tar recent ask anyone a question and get kind of choked up you would bring strip anyway. We love your brothers working stripped roller. Oh. Yeah. You Stanley if a twenty bucks stripper a love you too. Baby. The words in it. Please. To power. Any segue to get. Yes. Super loan for. Season. Maybe. Yeah. It's really to that hold. Hell you think grace? No on air. Yeah. It was. I used to love the word is the sound affects us lake like bang is and. And. But you know, that was a big no that was a Houston bag for him for man made so many advancements, and storytelling, and this was but something that was made just to tease thirteen year old boys. Man, it was it was it was an embarrassment. It's been some years just trying to get something going again. What if STAN Lee did the DC heroes? And what if he wrote stories with the two companies heroes were mixed each other, and then started pile, but he's on heroes. And what have you want to be nasty? I'm looking at chip Tomba Powell. I'm looking at the Chad is even say half the frame tits. Canard this. Hey, man, he looked around like it is. Hill too. Yeah. It was embarrassing. It really talks about on. I wonder man, I'm not gonna say that this is a exactly something. But. There was a letter. I mean you look at today. There's you might not have certain things that we take for granted today because of STAN Lee and Jack Kirby and some of the people in marble. It could be argued that those guys you might not have game of thrones. You know, the guy who was really into marvel comics at the time was George r r Martin. Oh, sure. Sure. That letter that he sent to to Jack Kirby Caribbean Stanley. No. I know he's a letter. Yeah. He one day. I will bury you. Tie you to a stake in burn you alive. By the way, he was Georgia or Martin was straight up comic book guy from the Simpsons. Says stay standing fantastic number seventeen was bidding than green. Even now. I sit in off trying to do the impossible that is describe it. It was absolutely stupendous the ultimate utmost. I cannot fathom how you could fit so much action too few so pages it will live forever. As one of the greatest spend tastic comics ever printed, ergo as wannabe gritted that really coming. Go go bist every ever. Very go. As one of the greatest of all. In the comic. Meg could you see things like he refunding down a manhole? Well cartoons. It all the time. Mr. Magoo did. Goofy to goofy. A heroin mistaking, the toy inventor full criminal and the president of the US leaving conference that may determine the fate of the wheel to put his daughter to bid. The epic story spectacularly exciting. As it is is not all that made this max, oh, great MAG. The letter column was top notch to I nearly died when I saw pug and cheese letter, you really made him change his tune that lead. It was a far cry from the one printed in his infant testing phone number nine this. Brilliant. You would just about the world's worst. Meg when you start it. But you sit yourself an ideal and by Gumbo. You. George on Mars Morton when you read this. I don't need. No, right. You kiss my? Bingo. They're put your tires flat. Start his own. Think I'll have no guess. By gumbo. Martin was the bist to sit never live. Bist episode. You were the roost at the beginning of the shoe Gumbo will give you that right? Took and real bitch. Yes. George armour. Dude or more. Start throws. Yep. Yeah. Hey, man came same thing to right? He was part of the these books call wildcards, and they were novels about superheroes. He was the one of the writers in that. Nice. So he wrote superhero. Picture. There says by Gumbo, waving. Guy I've ever seen when would say stroking his beard. Back. This is looking like, maybe it's create the God who wrote game of thrones nerd, the hell you say. Pursue moby. Typewriter? There you go people. Hey before we go you got in favor cameos. Dang tell you. What's your favorite cameo, somebody the other day, and I had it? And now, I am blanking on her. Kabosh says you can put that letter into a can. And you'd have yourself some push the repellent. I mean. Kind of good. Great. Right. Brian. Jesus. Any favorite cameos will your favorite cameo? Well, like one of the early ones in the first ironman movie. Which one was it. What was he doing was? What was he? He was he was DJ in that one. No, no, no. No, no that he was. Fuck. No. Thinking about my favorite one now, and what's your favorite door? Even though I didn't like my favorite film when he's trying to get the monitoring. Amer. Got the truck at the excellent. Okay. Yeah. I thought it was all right here. Yeah. This been goes. This been goes fun. Was he? Give you call him pack. Brother barbeque. The song. I love this song. I can help up. Billy swan. Reaction. Reaction. Yes. Awesome. Nobody put together compilation yesterday. I did I'll share something with you. Because yesterday, I did my favorite cameo. But these are some his. Some is fun came us. I'll show you and you'll be surprised played it yesterday about show union. Some weird cameos. Let me see, Hugh, Hefner Stanley is yours. Thank you said. Let me see we watch these my my my favorite might change. I can't remember all I know. Oh, they're movies. Stanley and arm in two thousand eight this is yours missing. Jesus. Hey, look like. I have to dress like in the seventies. It just looked like stay Lee Rena was trying to pick up hoes. In Robert Downey, junior kind of distracted. Fucking pussy over here. Let me see here. Here's here's a weird one. Let me see. See funded here. Oh there. Let me see downloaded this a little bit earlier might have to go digging for the but this is a weird one. Oh in the winter soldier where he's the watchman at the at the museum and kept America's steals. The uniform out of the case. He's like, I'm so fired. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. I'll find somebody sent this day. And I wish I wish I had a north downloaded it somewhere. But I'm instead of going in here and trying to pull it back up on go. Find it. Looking here. It is. No, no, no. That that that came you Martin light from our turns around like who that call my name. No never him. So. Usually spoon cameo. Thing that was the best. Like them chicks really did have him confusing. I'm not fucking. This is Johnson broken. This is probably one the weirdest cameos and he's done because it wasn't for marvel movie. And it wasn't even for a superhero movie. This the Princess the Princess diary. The seed Julie Andrews. Andrews. Yeah. Yeah. That was a weird. When man we I've seen the Princess diaries. You'd have the first one the second one. I don't remember. It might be the second. Seguin bet it is. Yeah. Because I don't remember that at all. Horrible. I wanted to Stanley just edit himself into. When I have a cameo and everything he warned. Very buddy living in this is. Think. Out of respect. I mean, but they're gonna do. I was joking. There's gonna be disrespectful to bring a CG Stanley back. Yeah. No. They have a lot. I think that the last cameo that he did was for the video game spider. Man. I think I'm not sure. But they they filmed a lot. But once done, I think, they'll put a maybe a picture or something, but he's not gonna be there anymore. If who knows what they'll do the he won't be back and angle bring a CG Stanley back. But I do think. He was. So the guy was so that was his thing. So best to leave it alone. Yeah. Try to force it. If you ain't here there's Don with him. You want to know what my favorite cameo is. I will tell you. Let me see. You'd be surprised because I went through my my my favorite five favorite Campbell's yesterday. And if y'all wanna see go over there and look at it and you'll see real reasons why. More than more for movies, and I don't even care for that much. Okay. His best cameo from movie. I don't like it all almost hate this film, but Stanley's cameo in. It is probably the best cameo that up seeing. Hey, look at that. Boy, they sure seem to be in love. You know, what's with that? That's the second time you've commented on couples in love. I liked that sort of thing. Tell me do you have a girlfriend berbie had one just broke up. The thing is historic made of rock like the rest of his body. It's a superhero secret. Tell me Brody why did you girlfriend break up? She was a pain in the ass. She wanted me to be this typical boyfriend guy said I was too in my own world, comics, and all I can relate. There was a time when it was all about comics for me, you know, I had a girl probably the same as yours. She always complained that I spent too much time with my own comics. And eventually we broke up, you know, the comic cameo mid something to me because that was him not coming in doing some funny piece of business. Sure. It wasn't anything wasn't him coming in and give them one big lie. One quick line out one saying something funny some quick joke. You know, he was acting in the show showed how good actor. He was here. He could be with lines compared to Jason leeann met. Yeah. Jason lee. It's funny days. Lease an actor's day Lee. That's daily draws comics. Much better than he was in that in this movie. We're talking about mallrats. And that's why I looked at that. And I say men that just goes to show how great of a personality he was and that was a scene in admit something yesterday. What I said is that that scene captured what everybody saw Stanley where everybody had this fantasy about him being. Him being their day at the local their Granddad. Godfather, whatever, you know, some of some bigger that they looked up to and nothing. No other cameo kept it like that thing when Kevin Smith what really wants to read great dialogue. That means something he fan boiling trying to be too nested arrays great. You know, what I'm saying is true veterans. That's what that's what happened with this scene rate. And yes, they all the cameos chose cameos that actually meant something to give brief rundown like. There's a spider man three movie. But his cameo was short. His line was great. What's his cameo? And he came in and said. It was a. His his close was enough said he was telling him he was talking. I haven't no he came me. A real quick spider was having a bad day Stanley was telling them, you know, it's a park, and you notice the world income to shut the fuck up. You know, it's a. You see here end danceable? Oh, let's go down the street. Cool walk. I like Spiderman three, oh, let's see. Oh, there it is. His closing words were Nuff said. And it was that Stanley's real words. Right. If you know his catchphrase, it was Stanley next to his favorite character semen, very sincere. Like, he was actually talking to spider man and saying something that he wouldn't say a comic book that meant something to you. You know, I guess one person and. Difference. It really was. Those words mitts. Enough said I want to get what you got. A little bit. And I liked the way people who fuck you. Get away from me. Nah. Was it seems as cool awesome gardens the galaxy to they when he was the watch it. Yeah. Cool as I could see him doing this. Now, dad somewhere telling stories Spiderman the Mazen spider, man. To the video game. You actually save Stanley. Oh, really? Yeah. That's cool used who gives the state who gets to save Stanley. That was actually pretty awesome. And it was another one. I can't with wouldn't number five was but all meant something to me. So yeah, that was that was that. So let's see here. So if anybody has any. Stanley memories, please share them. And if we got wrong today, please share them like the way the chance talking about labor member from the Simpsons. Yeah. Yeah. So please share them with this Martin you'd be in the comfortable unless use me last part that I told all my stories. All right. All right. There we go people in. Like, I said this. This is another part, please go check out the first part that we did yesterday. We're believe it or not we actually said a whole lot of different things than what we did today. You got a person like STAN Lee. A lot of things to talk about a man live this long ahead. This much of an influence on your life in many others, which again, spans decades, always say, I don't look at this. It's something to be really sad about. You gotta go sometime. God damn and come on. The thing why everybody's said, and I wasn't sick. Because I was like his money five years. A good run, man. It's been having health issues. Lately, you can't act like you weren't prepared or you should've been it was getting to the point where when I say guess who died at night, people Stanley, not even out people kind of bracing themselves. Now man be happy be happy. I mean, we all gotta go sometime, and as many ways that people go this world, some the unassuming or horrible ways away just going out with nothing. This guy went out with everything. Yeah. We went out, and then some a lot of money a huge legacy. So I, you know, I cried yesterday the Sochaux this one last thing at the end, and it got to me, that's the played the clip. Call us up your crying. I'll show you what it was bad. I'd say a notion the play this because it was like it was it was the perfect way to see Stanley going off going off with his famous last word and people cheering him on to the next world. I must have absolute silence. Eggs. Me call. There you go man guys amazing data as one person whose life was not somehow touched by this man, right here. So. Be happy. And we would all be as lucky it'd be to live the life that this man weren't. All right. Let's do this real quick. And then getting outta here. This is still making good time. This take long at all. See a lot of people yesterday. I was trying to talk about STAN Lee trying to pay respect to this, man. Of course, you gotta have that one person. This is cool, man. But you wanna talk about toast or for what? You react to that teaser even try to tease Tuesday. I'm like, okay. You want us to react to the Toy Story. Fourteen co okay. Three or four heck does. All right back to us. Let's go ahead. Let's see what we got. Steve harvey. I. Before. Are you? You don't wanna stop at three. I mean, the movie we can we still got time to abort. I mean, I wouldn't release that core. Here's what I think about cash grab for. What folk I just reminded me that Mr. MRs potato head and slinky dog at dead. Yeah. Don rickles. Let me ask you something. What what what what are we what are we reacting to? Oh, they gotta talk in sport right now. Okay. But I tell you what that's nice, but call me back when they do something, you know. You know, I haven't seen that before. Oh my God. So that's why we need to be interested because there's a new character that we have no nothing about that's just talking shit and hauling oh, Billy, Billy. What we we see a lot of things, but we ain't seen them. Go around the circle like this. What the what the hell are we what exactly would you like us to react because we have seen all these characters before we see them all do something more than what they're doing right here. I mean. Dismissive. But I bet I bet next summer everyone's talking about that spoke. Oh, sure. He was contempt. Yes. We'll be. I'll talk about this sport right now. Hey, look, look, I I I'm not talking about the movie. I don't we don't know what the movies like, I'm sure when the movie comes out. They've surprised us. I'm sure I'm going to be my ask him being a crown like I was Toy Story three. I I'm talking about what they're doing here. And why y'all want us to react? Then there's nothing you happy. Now, we're reacted. Now. You wish we shut the fuck out. And furthermore. What do we need to react? When the trailer we add on his own the trailer actually acts are the teaser there. I'm sorry. They put out another teaser that reacts to the tastes really supposed to be here. We got I we had trailers then we had teasers did we had teasers trailers then we have previews for teasers for the trailer. We have posters for the trailer for the a preview on the trailer. And now we add teasers reacting to put out. They put out a nut. Man, that's a hell of a rabbit hole. I'm not mine. Twenty four hours later, they put out a video where they talking about characters. Talk about the teaser. Hell, no, you're kidding me. He said that to your my. And then what happens? I got real close. Right. I'm like, I don't care which cabbage. Patch? Your from gave me back. My view master before not the dimples off your face. Okay. You are. I don't care bear. Duckie there you see the new movie trailer for what you say what what is key? But they're making another toys story movie. Like you. Career. We had the we had. Trailer where they showed a teaser where they showed a shit. We don't see already with these characters. Then they put out another teaser with characters that are new way saying before all shit. We about to get some cool, and they're talking about that we saw yesterday to negroes. That's our lettuce door. Funny because what are we to do the job forest right down the black voices? That's martin. That's talking movies. They make three movie make three movies. This is before. So. Toys store cO stories, my act them black and Michael bay director. That brother got I'm sorry. I calling you my dog I'm gonna tell you like this. Now, actually, I can't get behind this saying, you know, we shouldn't be doing this. But we do anyway going. The three men another one. Fuck it. Everybody. Give us your money. They put an extra go to blackness. Chicken Gasol excited here. Thought those were done dog they made three three movies. This is number four. So now. We'll be shitty. But make it another one. But we tell you that too. That's how confident they are. They're like, yeah. What do I what about buzz lightyears too? Life year space range. What is like? That's what he does. To Infinity and your mom. That's not right. That's not right. Let me show Saturday. And what do you even go saying too? To unity and respond. Guys, got it all wrong. It's adventure date and beyond. Go to Infinity dummies. Go beyond Infinity about science. Yeah. But what about the movie? You know, I can wait for proper trailer. I can wait till summer. Yeah. Infinity tests, you man, didn't even do a pass rendering. But as it actually, look good. I'm not gonna go from his house. I'm not going to go to bed on it. But know in case, you wonder who was reasonable. I said they had is an extra level blackness on by. They don't even talk like key impeach, right? Yeah. Which I'm not fended by by the way, they're talking laid it on thick. Fitness. They should've been in black face. We are we being at. I gotta say. Twice. Was king fishing. Al jolson. Exactly. I'll say little chicken. Mouse. Coming out with another motion picture here. About that. How signs you make one other? One Torstar model. Cross from. Ramos say another movie about. Breath rabbit out the vote. Back. I. Where is the place? This is this is I wouldn't criticize it so much. But this is this is something that's becoming a trend with all teasers and trailers today. Let's let's pull back now. Let's stop because you know, at a point where this is cute. But I've read let's get back to really seeing stuff about the move yet. You don't have to sell us on Toy Story. So far in advance. Yeah. I'm going. And I'm telling you, I wouldn't criticize us so much. But I just watched it. I mean, that's kind of what because it is. But. But see that's the problem. It's not so much that they need to sell us on Toy Story. It's what does thing about the internet is marketing overload now. And maybe don't like the movie comes out we want even worry about this better things to talk about a whereabout. Get mad at since we hear y'all. Sucks. And we'll be like. Yeah. I remember how bad that trailer was known. Teases? You should've been writing. It's going to be, but the internet has created marketing overload, you know, his made it to the point where people want to bomb barge you with awareness, and that's see. That's what I feel like this happened right here. They need to get a jump on this. But instead of instead of giving us something that's kinda clever, which I say that second thing definitely was more than we had here. This is just hitting us with the style. Joe, really? Oh, remember all the characters that you love. We'll see it feels like it feels like, oh, Mr. potato head are the slinky dog. What's his name, Barron? The J Barney Jim Varney is dead and Don Rickles dead and so slow reminds. Yeah. I mean, that's all can thinking about when they're going across those low A maybe was revealed that the all did burn up in that task. They're all headed right now. They say this on a really fuck with kids heads. Quiz all in heaven kiss. Minutes long. But the internet man, the internet is a great thing. Love the internet. But it's it's it's allowed them the people that just put stuff out there. Just to say, look, we're back instead of putting something out there, really. I think it's kind kinda clever. I'd rather just see, you know, a title screen instead of going out all this. But that's just me some people enjoyed it the marketing, I'm sure works day. This is a lot of kids that are watching this for a lot of people love toys story. This great thing. You know, it doesn't bother them. It's just me, you know, and I'm just I just I guess it does work to where a love toward Toy Story so much that I wish I was made. I'm just being a little impatient. I wish I was seeing something instead of seeing this. And maybe it is maybe it's working like a wants to. Maybe I'm getting impatient. I really can't wait to see what they come out with next. So. I I'm ready to admit that it's just me. But that's my true reaction. Right. They're gonna pissed off. So tell you, but wait. Oh, yeah. The last one felt so final. Yeah. That that that's what hurts when they make something feel so final. And then they go. Oh, and we're back like, wait. What our second by really hope as good because this feels forced does they haven't even had a perfect. Even a crash new. Jeez. I. I thought they had a perfect trilogy. Taking a big risk when you step out of that. So hopefully, we'll get something good here. A big check while they haven't been lit the chat talking about putting all kind of crows skids, flips up. Look at the Chatham shut the fuck up and react. Loads. Have mercy. Job which we bring. Lebron? That's the worst part on a tree branch. I never see. No Kun is said like that. What is this chair Meyer safer said over Stanley ranting about elevators? Hey, you know, if anybody. If anybody can ran about an elevated make it in Meghan enthralling. It would be Stanley. I wanna wear. Where you men's aren't we we're on the top of the food chain. We're not animals way not shape, you want to know what I'm getting out of debt you what I'm getting at. Why is it? When we go into elevator. We all they the same way. We all face the front. I say it's time to stop. It's time to show some individuality. I say when you go into an elevator you ferry stub back all looked other side or the other take you to mental home to you. The other way and get arrested. Yes. Yeah. Looking to hear about it going on? Hello young, man. Turn around. Helmet. That's it. And you just go over real. Well. Could you push three, please? Okay. That's cool. I'm looking at Ryan Walters. And he's like I hate to explain a joke to you. But that's came peeled doing. They're doing there. Their valet guys from the show I've seen it. But that's weird. It what does that do do toys story? Okay. So they put out a trailer that only appeals of people who saw their show that's been off the air for three. I get it. I know that the the Bruce willies and the and the leeann Neeson's, but still it's like. Okay. Just made a weird. Okay. Right. I know you try to protect us because you love this shit so much, but it doesn't it still? Why what is still playing? Why you have to put out a teaser to react to your last teaser. Okay. Who it is? Disappointedly way. You could be anybody Laura. Harding avenue cuss, still stepping in fetch it. I don't care who impracticably works. Well, okay. It's still weird. Instead. Not even necessary. What I'd say twenty hours later managed way a week anyway, forty dollars. But I tell you. Even one person. The. All right on. I got. When you go. Why are you getting mad at us in the Chetty is doing improv? I don't care. Okay. That doesn't make it. Okay. The animators. Didn't improv it the the second doing it. Like somebody that ain't gonna go. Like, hey, guys. That was funny. You could make it a little less Sambo. Improv for storks improper this because stocks was a movie, and they did it within the within the context of story. I'm not complaining that much. I'm just my opinion was like, wow, you may not even so much the trailer itself the teaser, it's like this thing of teasers and trailers just getting deeper and getting crazier. I'm not even trying to talk about these guys so much you understand what I'm saying. Defending yourself against people. Just want a reason to make you wrong. Talk about what are you going down right now and sny rabbit, that's quick. Just come back more you struggle. Yeah. Listen. Tell you to say that. And another thing. Anyway. Are you bring it about? Let's see generally. Got a got a memory of Stanley. We're asking for members of Stanley. This might be good to put on the video because we asked for this sounds like there's going to be a good one. She included pictures, I can see one special picture in there. Jenny says how's it going? You guys thought I wanna give my words about the late. Great Stanley, tonight's tribute Stanley's works and stories for marvel greatly affected me on a personal level. I connected related with his beloved characters with the similar human struggles. They have to go through and how spire to do good things other people even without superhuman abilities. He along with Kirby and did go who died also. Yeah. Yeah. Has also inspired me on how I create my art works stories as well as I hope to pursue into doing comics one day. The only time I met Stanley was that a convention in Edmonton, the meeting was brief, but absolutely worthwhile. While there was so much. I wanted to tell him like how much he's inspired me and wished to follow in his footsteps on. Never forget what he said about my sketch. I did for him. You said very nice by Gumbo. Gumbo. I will truly miss this marble of a man it may his legacy be infinite. And celebrate it for future generations to come Excelsior from the ultimate marvel bitch. They hey, not you. The Chad right there. Stanley couldn't say. You know, actually did better and better on the interstate. This guy did with non moving objects wants to the picture that she drew. Wow. The words of Stanley very nice love Gumbo by Gumbo. I guess that's him taking a picture with her. Very nice. I love it. I love it. And you're very good artists. Let me also sad. Also, you don't have a superpower. Yeah. Yeah. Talent. I'm gonna tell you something I'm gonna go beyond Stanley. I'm going to say that is amazing work right there. So thank you for sharing. Ginny. Appreciate that. Let me see here drew gears. He says just want to know your thoughts on an interview some did on a podcast where he says that new Disney Star Wars films missing George Luke's imagination. Do you feel that he's changed his mind about what he said about the prequels? You know what? Read this. I'll read a quote, he put it up here. 'cause I read this article earlier today the quote is a must admit watching the last Star Wars films. The overriding feeling when I came out was I missed George Lucas all the complaints that. I'd done about him in the prequels. There was something amazing about as imagination. Do feel like his voice is missing from the current ones. I've said this before myself, I hate the prequels and still hate them. There was something about that. Well, there was about jar jar Binks jar Binks. The actor that played jar jar. Best. Yes. That's a my best. Yeah. He's talking about how much it really got to him to almost a point of suicide. We're talking about how much they hate it jar jar Binks because it almost went to a personal level with felt like it affected him. And then even picks at well. You know that kind of made me turn around. I'm made them think the prequels a better. But he said man my hatred for Georgia. I really got to kind of take that. And I think no, I still hate Georgia. I don't have anything the actor jars a horrible character. And I don't think I need to be nice. Because again, I'm not taking depression suicide lightly, but I'm not going to be put on a guilt trip to change my mind about horrible writing. You know, a hole in a horrible character offensive Carrington away. But that said I still feel like he does as bad as prequels are still feels like George Lucas edit hand, and I've said this before Simon Pegg, I'm says, I don't know what he says just before, but I've said podcast before because after looking at these films, they do feel like fills may committee. They still feel like they're trying to find a story star way. They don't even have a store it feels like they've been tap dancing around the same area. The same story is say the same retreads until they figure out what they wanna do that just stalling. They're making the feels like they don't they're better produce slightly better ridden. Well, much better written versions of the prequels in that they. They are better directed. They look better. But they still feel like making stuff up as they go along. Yeah. The. Four is four movies later, the needle hasn't moved very much. That is very true. That is very true. I don't. Yeah. I don't. I don't know two of them prequels. It's something about the biggest thing I can say about the prequels. They don't feel even George Lucas. He parried it himself with those. But it's still you still feel him his presence there. The just the best thing about the prequel. They feel like they have a little more cohesion than what George Lucas. In these new movies? Do let me see here. BJ Johnson as e. Video Kermit, the frog dawn close of ninety males. What do we got some silly time to waste? Lomax was curious. What should the re the equivalent on the DC end? What does a what would be going pull this up trying to see that a number up? There was was curious. What would be the equivalent on the DC end of things. That would compare to Stanley who is the face of DC day. He is she died would be the same laws as Stanley is tomorrow. I don't know more Martino is that one that one that one 'cause you think of their their flagship characters superman screen by the two guys Siegel and Shuster then DC bought it off them for a song and had to get sued to pay them money retroactively. So you don't really think of them. Bob Kane for for a while with Batman. He's probably the closest, but he was you know, he he was actually guilty of all the stuff people are Cubans daily of. Yeah. He was an ASO. Yeah. Take all the credit for stuff that other people were other together helped him create Bill Bill. Thank got nothing. Yeah. Well, he got some but not as much as Kane ran off with. Yeah. And it was it was it was one of these things where. Yeah. Bob Cain was a was a. Taipei personality and more of a salesman and Bilfinger would be there his desk coming at creating the joker and all these other things and everybody just knew all they was Bob Kane for decades, all anybody who's Bob. The reason why Bob Caine was such an asshole with it is because Bob Kane wanted to be Batman. He's he was trying to live close to to Bruce, Wayne as he could really. Yeah. If you read some things about him, he was out the living the life, man, he his his fantasies that he was writing through through Batman. And Bruce, Wayne, that's what he wanted to be. He was not even close. Money fight crime. Probably did. But yeah, yeah. You had those two guys outside of that. They get some editors and chief, but nobody knows them. That's why we talked about why Stanley. Was he was just a salesman? I don't blow off salesmanship. No. That's a lot of what drives things. Is this true? I don't know this. Is it true that Bob came what to have sex with Stanley's wife? I don't know somebody chess show going said Bob came onto fuck Stanley's wife, so bad and so Bob Kane fucked Marilyn Monroe. Came was rich and real life growing up. Wow. I did not know that. Coming up you want to be. Wait, where's this by roast? It's fucking low. He would actually be true. Has another one. It says Bob Kane, drink the blood of orphans. This is true. Say that. Bob Cain killed field on the fresh prince. Okay. No. That's saying that your beer kinda makes you like Phil now in a way, which I can see a little bit. Okay. I mean on the bad weather does a compliment like okay now, you know, all those Phil compliments. Come on tell you what I'll start dress like the fresh prince. Episode. I mean, look at you. I mean, we do fighting every episode, right? Ever. What me kinda dick. Hey, here's a cameo before. Even Spiderman is amazing friends. I think maybe I don't know what his came out. Maybe not from babies. There's a long as seen right here. Spy is Spiderman seeing him up baby. Ryan would be nice. You put the time stamp. Newspaper. Why don't you come down here and start a new role? Ideas. Shorty? Got to work on those landing. Okay. Right. And you're gonna watch two minute clip of spider dog hanging out spider may come home. A dog. I mean, that's cute. I would love to see. Look everybody said this is the mugger. He says what's James Avery? Wrong with that. Good. Looks SOGA say Corrigan crowd him on. What doesn't really want to drive me home? Oh. Tell you. I got to. Please. I'm gonna go wine the whole show. Several reasons may right here. Oh, we go to see we got here. Hey, I'm spider dog. You're gonna say for two minutes waiting for Stanley the puzzle. Oh, he said he did. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Man. Okay. I'm sorry. Are you did put it up? I'm sorry bad. I'm gonna ASO. One fifteen. I'm talking. I'm sorry. Okay. Here we go. One fifteen spider on guest, Dr Stanley. Maybe looks like I'll have to paper my. Sixty. They were recycled. Kid. Only one. The money shot to the face. Sure. Oh spider. Dull? Affair. That's like the that's like the hepatic murders. Man. That's right. Blasted him right in his look at this. Know that only one. Spotted. Taking all. Oh spider. Coming face. Stopped. Wow. That counts say mess. Probably one the first live action cameos. Thank you. Ryan. I didn't expect to see Stanley porn. What it means to be? Import. You gotta admit Stanley was dressed for the part. Excel. Excels all over my face. I never seen that before man. May maybe I have and I just screwed up online. Let's see. That's the response. Once. Go. God. Got cartoon. Because. Finish. Well was. Let's speaking a dog. Okay. We got a Email from. From that'd be last one right here is video Email, this fro- from jaryl derails, the puppy dog that always likes to give us video questions and here he is today. You know, what should I think I found the secret spouted look? Looking stanley. She's going to do about. I got some for your. Hey, guys. It's your dog Durell here on my day job lunch break, and I had a fun question for Martin say that she workaday job too. So what some obsequious banter? You can't stand that people say at your job. Here are few expression that piss me off. I hate when people say happy Friday happy Friday like every week. They pretend like to get some type of holiday or something to celebrate it cut out. When people say is it Friday yet? Is it Friday yet? Say it like on Wednesday or Tuesday, something like that. I know rhetorical question. But sometime I'll say, no, it's not and. But whatever, but the one thing that really pissed me off is when people say, it is what it is like whenever there's something that happens someone that they can't control the field is the way they wanted to go. They always say that same lane. Phrase. It is they'll never say yet may stays in character. Like, you never hear someone say, oh, my son, just got Harvard. Well, it is what it is. Or you never hear someone say, hey, I found twenty dollars on the ground today. What it is. It's always that self defeated response. I can't stand that. Anyway, in my thing that hope you have some things to thanks and stay toasty. Martin questions for you. I I don't have to look around. I mean think about if anybody has something they say all the time. They gets on my nerves. They'll be people bump into them in. Bump into them in the break room. And they'll mention. It's Friday or or happy Friday. It's not like it happens. All the time. I get it. It's just small talk. Like, we talk about the weather you run into somebody. You don't want to be an asshole. Just stays quiet. You wanna say something? But you don't really have anything to talk about. It's just a small pleasant tree. You're not a a person to work with. I'd be very curious as to what the people in the office would say about you. Brady. I mean. Yeah. Okay. Somebody says it is what it is. I mean, they I suppose like switch it up say. Yeah. But what you gotta do is going to be the same thing. And sometimes it is what it is that it's just like, well, that's just it sucks. But that's the truth. Nothing. Nothing bothers you that people say at work. Really, okay. The N word. No, man. I I love the be there with you. But I I don't have that. Right. Maybe I'm the guy who's doing it. Hello. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Every morning. You have to say that every day. I'm sorry. Fuck off and die mediocre morning. Let me see. Oh, let me see. I said it'd be a Stanley. This is this is the last one. Hello, DT crews from Andre Ribas. Hello d- crew your humor animation help shape the artist. I am today. Another was the likes of John Seema and Stanley. But let me throw with Stanton. Here's some I don't know about Stanley was and actual artists. No, I didn't think so he didn't draw anything he wrote the stories and a lot of times. He would say, hey, I'm thinking about the having them do this. And then this and in that artists, Jack Kirby, John Simone, Steve Dicko withdraw that up and he come back, and then write the dialogue that go with it. So in spite a dog with shoot until his face, and he was drawn table that was that was a fraud. Okay. Just. Did not know that I didn't know if he drew telling me. Says. Stan Lee held a series of one shots for DC comics, call just imagine Stanley collaborative. Various DC, artists comics in house, creators to reimagined some of the companies characters clues marine biologists. Who had a lab accident that turn him into the living water aqua man mar- Mary Maxwell in advertently. Stuck the words not mine? Got stuck with the syringe full of hummingbird, DNA and gain the powers in the form of of incredible speed and became the flash. And wrestling crimefighter, Wayne Williams, the Batman, okay? Here's a link to all that. Okay. Cool. I know that. I didn't know that. But you probably do that. Yeah. Mentioned it earlier you said he worked at create those characters. Well, it was a it was just imagine. It was that thing. Try new things. Hey, what if how would how would our characters? Look if Stanley head created. Gotcha. All right there, and you and you're like cool with how they came out the first time. Kinda stupid. I look at it this way, it was a gimmick. Like superman fought Muhammad Ali. Yeah. But that was one big issue this several oh. He's got. We're still doing this. Yeah. Would go this place. League vs superman lunchbox class who won say we would Muhammad Ali one. How? I never read it 'cause they're on this alien planet fighting for forgot what the prize was as for the fate of the earth. But to make it fair, they doubt superman with radiation from a red sun. So he was just had strength of regular, dude. Regular do five. Muhammad Ali who's going west. Okay. Thank you. That makes sense. It makes perfect sense. Very plausible. Shit. I do my best. Like. Right. Oh, yeah. Hey talking. Too late. They call you to black superman, but you've just be superman. All right. We had here. Stay here late enough doing things going to leave. Now. Thank you for the submissions though with the stories and the questions and thank you Ryan for that that that video got a good kick out of that. Billy great with that. That is that we'll be back tomorrow with the extravaganza semi in Canard doing the review of the movie. Instant fem, WADA instant family. Had they Mexicans. All right. Trump has a blurb. Talking about. Totally. You'll be forced to these Mexican kids. It rains. Whatev- with the rain. Nobody went to go on the American troops in France England. Was there rain, so he didn't go. He didn't go. I I so much chatter, and it gets the France and talk shit about them losing Germany, and they've been going off on when somebody deservedly so. Yeah. Arlington while. So did they fly over here? Right. One. Trump was doing that. So him troll and Trump. All get on a plane at the last minute. Let's go fuck with Trump. No, okay. Good because right to do what they did it even the Ted is talking about God, you send Sammy to Mark Mark film. Oh. Yeah. When somebody just choke Trump on day, get tired of shit, man. Fuck secret service. Maybe he'll be Milania. Very she's gonna get tired of this a sleeper agent from Slovenia. Just get it finally get around his neck. There's the bed. A pillow bottle of pills and just go to make this. So quick. Yeah. This is so much worse. I thought I'm gonna buddy. Go to drop it out of plan. Top thought you marry into some money. They didn't realize some work. Hugh, sorry. This somebody's somebody limits. I feel bad for like, I don't. She day. She knows she was getting into actually. No, she did. She. Wow. I didn't think. If you look at it when we were walking together fish says God damn that's all I can figure. She looked at the. Read the players. Play the lottery. Third world country, really. I mean, we had water. Let me ask you some around. But we had they. Had they. Cut the data off at this point. Oh, she's. He's he's a different better. You know that? Right. The. The only thing you didn't talk about. His district every every week. Well. About shit. This tape everybody they shit about that. Now, they want. No one tweet. Not one twit was tweeted. All right. Every. Correct, sir. I remember teamers new stuff coming up kung FU TJ one day. The shirt the holiday shirt got that ready. Just gotta hit back. We'll hopefully have that for you the beginning of December, maybe December first and a few other things got mugs coming in. Yeah. We're gonna get there for your March mardi about TJ. Maybe. Maybe. That sounds cool. No, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They sent some stuff. It's a new items. I haven't had a chance to go over. But look out what if I give people double toasted mugs for Christmas is a nice gift. Are they going to be like? Wow, you give me. They got this ship for free. About how about this a mug where they finished drinking, the teed, whatever at the bottom of says, this is free shut the fuck up. Oh. Making us do that. Is free. Fuck you. Yeah. Let's see if we can do. Yeah. Stanley. Promotion. All right. I want to take again. One more time spike leaf all the memories. Also, Spike Lee being gone. We'll miss in. We're also going to Stanley Stanley who gave us so much dedicate the show to him had a lot of fun talking about talking about it more. All right. This daily Lieber. That is that you also. We have to say is. Thank you Canard. Like you Sammy? Thank you, Billy doing. Appreciate it so much and I wanted to guest tonight. Martin Thomas says the cat daddy. Thank you, sir. Are tonight is field. I think I to let you know. I'm not even I'm not even saying anything. I like the beard. I really like it. I like it goes, well, which outfits that you wear actually. Okay. Yeah. Beard. On that beard, right? Let's good. You cannot. But I just want the beard. Wrestle with that allowed. Fuck did trello. Fucking game. Checkers. Big it up, and he can take it. Brad beer coming. Joking. Come here. You. Side you part down. All right. That is it. Let me see here next week. Maybe I don't know the here. The these shows are getting facelift around here. Yeah. That's what I heard. I don't believe in myself. I haven't saying this for weeks, but we'll see. We'll see. Let's see we shall see. I hear things things happen. Yeah. All francais. A booby. Moga? All right. That is. Email is going to Geico. Dot com. Let us know if you want to be on the show K, cool, Casey N Z. Build a show enemy over there. Contact person. Up in your toaster. Oh, Twitter type toasted Facebook type. That's right double toasted. But it. Type of cord. How people? Find me on Twitter Instagram at margin score. No. Look. Facebook already please join the group kill the toast. A toast to don't look for here. We ain't got on my. Brooks. I'm tired of hotmail. A straw. AL dot com. That's all. Jio cities. So fucking. My buddy about Fred good, friends dot com. Okay. Studios to stay catch. All the time you go. Find yourself at Austin. Awesome. Kohl here, but those make us real hot anger. Let us know cool dot com. Accommodate. All right, everybody. That is in a great time tonight. I gotta go. I would just say good night. Good morning. Good evening whenever you're listening to watching. This goodbye. About. Go. Go. Introducing the amazing iphone tenants. You'll love on T mobile the most loved and wires. It's the perfect way to stay connected to those you heart. Most fall in love with on T mobile right now. Trading glide home and you'll save three hundred dollars. Visit a store or call one eight hundred team mobile. Service where many balances qualifying service and finance agreements required to seventy nine ninety nine plus thirty months times twenty four full price nine ninety nine ninety nine zero percents APR for well qualified buyers plus tax on price allow eight weeks for rebates.