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Susan Cain takes us into the mind of an introvert

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Susan Cain takes us into the mind of an introvert

"Before we begin. I just like to say thank you to click health for supporting this episode. Welcome to the Ted interview. I'm Chris Anderson, and this is the polka series where I sit down the Ted speaker, we dive much deeper into their ideas than was possible during the tedtalk. Today on the show, one of the world's most famous introverts Susan Cain. Seven years ago. Susan called for something of a revolution in how the world should think about introverts. She published a bestselling book called quiet, and she also gave a Ted talk the power of introverts the book and the talk were packed with ideas on how to avoid doing what we often do to injure vets make them suffer, and ignore their superpowers, and it's our loss for sure. But is also our colleagues loss, and our communities last and at the risk of sounding grandiose, it is the world's loss, because when it comes to creativity and leadership, we need introverts doing what they do best speaking of something of an inch of myself, I find this whole topic. Super interesting really talking with Susan is kind of like coming home, and then the next down, we'll be discussing how to better manage opposite work. Schools are relationships and explore what the scientific understanding of intervention really is. Citizen, Kane, welcome, thank you so much. It's great to be here will very excited to have you here y'all a revolutionary, honestly like you've ushered in this revolution. I think we can say that because not many people do anything like what you've done so introversion extroversion. Let's talk some science. So I'd love to hear your definition fundamentally of how we should think about what an introvert is versus an extrovert the one minute answer, you could ask yourself. How do you feel when you show up at a party that you're truly enjoying with company? You truly like if you're an extrovert, it's as if you have an internal battery that is getting charged by that experience. So, at the end of the two hours, now, your batteries charged Iran to go. You're looking for more, and if you're an introvert, no matter how socially skilled, you are. And. How much fun you've been having after two or three hours, you just start to hit that Mark where you wish you could kind of teleport home. You probably know this feeling well, right? Like there, you are wonderful dinner, and then suddenly, oh, I wish I could go know the people, assume that because I host Ted the, you know, I must be an extra, you know, his this conference with fifteen hundred people there and you have these big events and you have to go round, and gladden people, and so forth and people see my must be an extrovert. I'm not. And that is exactly what happens to be. She's not even two hours. That's about seventy four minutes. My battery is sort of hits. Oh, god. I just I have to get out of here, and, you know, breathe. So there's plenty of types of social stimulation introverts are actually great at so, so draw that distinction for me. What is the difference between social stimulation that an inch actually is great at versus what that what they get depleted by? Yeah. And I don't want to say great because there are introverts, who are really great at any number of types of social interactions. Everybody's got their different ones that they like. But there's a big difference between what you're good at and what you enjoy doing or feel energized by so, you know, it really does vary by person in general, you can say, for lots of introverts they prefer a one on one conversation, they prefer to direct more of their social energy to family, or to people who they know in love best, but then there's also this subset of introverts who discovered through my research who love performing, you know, and they love being on stage and for them that's the real comfort zone, new talked to comedians, and actors and lots of them will tell you that they're really comfortable when they're up on stage doing their prescribed rule. And then the minute they step off. And they have to mingle at the cocktail party. That's when the discomfort comes for them. You're, you're in control, in the in that situation, you, you're not exposed to random things that you don't know where they might take, you know, you, you own the stage something very. Powerful indifferent about that then being in having to figure out small talk in a social setting. That's exactly it. You know, when you look at what's happening neuro biologically for a lot of introverts, would it really is, is a nervous system that reacts more to all the different bits of incoming stimulation. So if you think about a cocktail party or something like that there's so much coming at you so much you have to code all at once and it doesn't matter how big a brain, you have your nervous system is just experiencing that as a kind of bombardment so sober that new book, what you said that often the key mock of for like an introvert child is one who reacts more strongly to stimulation. What kind of child while you for example? Oh, gosh. Well. I think as a child, I was really similar to the way I am now which is. I really liked people and I always made friends pretty easily. But I liked to hang out with people usually one person at our at a time or in small settings. And I tended to like the company of people who I knew really well, and you could know as a kid, you don't think about talking about things deeply bitten. I liked that kind of socializing, and I liked to spend a lot of time reading I grew up in a family where all of that was really normal and par for the course. And I became aware to pretty early age that my. Preference of how I like to spend my time didn't always match up with the way people thought that kids were supposed to the, you know, there is this feeling that you'd want to like get together in a group of kids in singer song, or just this kind of constant socializing with a lots of Quito painful moments as a child while you would just know please don't make me do that. I don't want to go to that party, or, you know, that, that's too hard for me, while I was shy as a child. So I had a lot of those moments of shyness in situations where I didn't know the people well or like I was really into figure skating when I was a kid. And you know every figure skater gets nervous before they go out on the ice for their performance or competition. But I really suffered more than your typical as skater would and until I learned how to deal with that side of myself. Yeah. That was that would sort of show up and get in the way. Sometimes, I mean. You, you explained in the boat that shyness per se is not necessarily the same as introversion explained that difference. Yeah, I always think of the book and the work that I do as being about both shyness and introversion and the whole constellation of traits that goes along with his way of being even though they really are separate, and you could be an introvert who's not shy and you could be a super extrovert who is shy in new situations. So, so shyness is about the fear of social judgment. You know so if you're going out on the ice and everybody's watching you, you're feeling acutely painfully heightened, self consciousness. And then later on in life, it would show up in job interviews and things like that. And introversion is much more about the preference for environments that, are where there's just a little less going on. You know, it's more mellow, it's more chill. And that's where you feel that you're most alive. So someone could be they could be shy. Be an extrovert in the sense that they actually want to connect with other people that just don't know how to there are the fearful of that moment of initiating connection. Bob, so, so there's this child sort of reluctant to go out and introduce themselves to someone because they don't know what to say. But that when they do than the happy to spend lots and lots of time with those people. Yeah. Whereas the introvert may or may not be shy. They match to be quite good at the initial Hello. But within half an hour, a feelings stress inside. I'm wanting to retreat. Is that? Like that. Although I mean the only thing I would say is like the question of are you good at the initial? Hello. Or not could kind of go either way. Because I think of how do you do with the initial? Hello, in many ways, has to do with a social skill, you know that a child, and then later in adult sort of acquires over time, but I'm thinking a lot about the internal experience. You know what are you feeling? How, how joyful do you feel to be entering into this gathering of people or how nervous do you feel right? So you both shy and introverted. I was as well as a kid, I felt both intensely. The the first day at a new school was, was so stressful. So, like I I just I could hardly cope with that. And how long did it take you to feel comfortable? I mean somebody's I never did. And I was. Often the, the socially awkward somewhat outside a who relied on a small number of closer friends, rather than I would I was never Mr. popular and definitely not Mr. cool. That you would say. Cheyenne's vetted kid, how on earth, did you end up being a corporate lawyer? Well, I went to law school. And an strangest thing was that because I was such an unlikely lawyer, like I was the last person you ever would have expected to go to law school, not only because of these personality styles. But also, I was much more of a literary kid, I ended up loving it. I found it just incredibly fascinating. Because I experienced the whole thing is, if it was just this lark or an adventure and I was in this foreign country, and I just had to figure it all out. And so I actually felt that way like all through law school. And for the first few years of practicing law, it's like this is great. I was doing the type of law where you're putting deals together for companies some of the time, you're, you're spending hours, alone, in your office poring over a contract and drafting it, it's funny because over fifty percent of lawyers are introverts, according to one study, there, lots of effective ones, and one of the. Ways that I, I started developing this whole Cesis about the power of introversion is by watching the attorneys around me, the whole time, I was practicing and noticing that there were some who were effective in the kind of stereotypical taking over the room and a really charismatic kind of way and others who got their through really quiet and cerebral and just deeply effective approach. But to reach the top level, you have to have a sort of an ability to schmooze a bit more than was not few because you, you had this painful moment. Right. When you pulled aside and said, you know, that partner thing you maybe we'll hoping for that's probably not in your future because you quit off the Optima told that let you put it, you quit pretty soon after that. Oh about three hours later. Actually, like, I had been sort of chafing at it for the last two or three years that I was practicing. And so it was like the moment that, that happened. I felt suddenly set free. So the whole time, I've been practicing law. I had completely forgotten completely about the fact that I had wanted to be a writer didn't even enter my head, but the minute I was out within twenty four hours. I started writing and a week later, I signed up for a class in creative nonfiction writing at NYU and I showed up at this class, and I still remember this moment of sitting in this class, and feeling like this is what I was supposed to be doing the whole time. And I and I you know, I had no. No idea at all that I would ever make a living at it. I never assumed that I could. But I thought still organize my entire life around this hobby, because this is what I need to do. And so you look back now on that on that day on that moment is thank goodness that. Yeah. Because the environments that we live in tend to be emotionally kind of hermetically sealed, you know, and you don't even realize how much you're operating within that little bubble during the time I was practicing corporate law. And I was starting to get really unhappy. It was maybe three or four years in, and I came across this book, it was called do what you are. And it was a book that helped you figure out what your personality type was, and then what your career should be based on that type, and so I did this test, and it was so clear all the careers for my type or like writer psychologists clergy person, social worker, you know, is very particular constellation that has nothing to do. Yeah. And that was also kind of Eureka moment. So I think that kind of stuff diagnostic exercise is helpful. Okay. So you became a writer and you felt some relief in some I have come home since to the decision more than some more like every day overflowing. Sense of it. Well, yeah, but that was still six or seven years before quiet was published, so seventy s is a long time, how many doubts whether during the period. None because as I say, you know, my, my mindset was that my goal was to publish something by the time I was seventy five like I really had no expectation, and I was purposely doing that because I loved, this act of writing so much that I didn't want everyday concerns to come in between me and it, and so I set up this little consultancy where I was training people in negotiation skills, and I was making. Of a living doing that. And I could have done that forever. Presumably, and I thought, okay? So I'm just doing this hobby, and it's funny because now that I'm a professional writer. I mean, I, I still have the sense of like it's some of my happiest moments when I have my daily writing sessions. But every so often the stresses of it do creep in. And when that happens, I always try to bring myself back to the way, writing was for me at the very beginning, when I had zero expectations, and it was just a matter of, like, I'm going to sit in the sunny cafe window and type. Could visualizing? What's going on inside your own body transformed? The doctor patient relationship the team at click health thinks can, especially if your kids struggling to understand what's going on by unlocking the data already in their medical records to automatically create custom VR experiences patients of all ages are able to explore their own bodies and treatment options right from their phone or tablet. It's simple for doctors, brilliant, for patients and is currently in clinical trials. Learn more about how click brings optimism to life at K L C K dot com slash Ted. Took a bit about social stimulation versus other types of stimulation. Let's sit and he's speaking personally stimulation that is non people based, it's not allowed party or the bar, where you have to make clever. Cool small talk. Like if you put me in an AmEx theater, and you going to show me, some drama documentary of the universe with three d affects and sound up at the maximum and all these amazing unexpected visual stimuli coming in. I was bring it on that swirling. I love that. Yeah. Totally open to that. But, but it's just it's just the party afterwards that I might shy away from that is that in the sciences, that talked about, and understood the different students social stimulation versus just any type of stimulation because, like some of the experiments done on kids, but just like other types of stimulation, not social, but the kids who reacted strongly to just annoy what have often that was predictive that they would end up as introverts. Okay. That's such a good question. And. And two separate answers to it one is that in your case that you just described. It could be that you're such a lover of ideas that if we put you into the IMAX theater, where you're going to learn something about the universe. It could be that your words system is being so activated in so gratified by the rush of ideas that it overcomes, whatever discomfort is coming to you via excessive stimulation. But the other thing is that we're talking here in generalities, but it really varies from person to person. So some people tend to be more sensitive to social stimulation for some people. It's bright lights for some people. It sounds, you know, it's not going to be the same for everybody actually in those experiments that you were just talking about with the children. These were longitudinal studies where scientists started with, with babies and they expose them to sugar water, which is a kind of stimulation and they found that the babies with a nervous system that reacts more. In response to the sugar water as they grew older tend to be more reactive to all different kinds of stimulation including social stimulation, like they take the same sugar water babies, put them in a play group of kids, they've never seen before it each too, and those are going to be the kids who are going to react with more trepidation. There is strong evidence that at least part of what causes introversion is, is genetic like, you'll you'll bowl and with it at least part, apparently, yeah, yeah, I mean, it's so tricky because, you know, there's no trait that is all one or the other. I think this is what you say in the book, as well, like roughly speaking, half of that sort of intro, version tendency is probably inherited somehow an half may may not be in is more mysterious, but it's different every case, so maybe we should just do a health warning for the rest of the Pocar. All this stuff is really complicated as exceptions to everything. There are no absolutes in these categories. Like for one thing, everyone ever on a spectrum. What does that spectrum look like do you think it depends on which steady look at it and it's so hard because it depends on how you're defining these terms. When you do the study when that I just looked at found forty percent introvert twenty percent who would call themselves ambivert who are people who really kind of feel that they're in the middle of both forty percent more on the extrovert side. But as you say, you know, even within those polls, there's, there's no absolute seems to those the people's external persona. What they themselves feel maybe different, like I think there's a lot of people who looked to be survey. If you're too, if you would hear their internal dialogue they definitely often get that sort of feeling of social stress. If I need to breathe. I need some meantime, I need to get away in. I'll take me back to my hotel room. Take me out of here, not even telling you how many people are described by what you just said. And I, I learned this. Well, I guess I saw during my book research, but I really felt it when I gave the Ted talk, and you might remember I was one of the first speakers that year and I came off the stage and spent the entire rest of that week, absolutely besieged by all the other attendees at the conference who wanted to tell me that what you just described is they're living reality. It describes so many people who for whom you would least expect it was the first of all we not only made you do a tool. We then put you through hell of being besieged by. Will this thing I actually love that because I really love to be able to talk to people about what they actually think, and feel for me. It's small talk is the kryptonite. So the amazing thing is since I've written this book is I almost never have to do small talk, because people will now talk to me about whatever it is. That is making them feel vulnerable. And so we kind of get to the heart of it, but based on that. I mean, it's isn't it possible that rather than saying a third to half of people introverts you might almost say that the majority of people at times feel intensely the kinds of feelings that introverts feel even someone who shades extra overall? Right. Can actually learn from some of this. Yeah, I think that's right. I think there are some people for whom the introvert label is like okay that really is me. And then there's other people where they just have that experience from time to time. Maybe they have it in a back to back day of company meetings or something. Like that. And I think what's really happening is for all the talk about how we're all disappearing into our isolated technologies. We still are living in a culture that really does expect us to be on a remarkable percentage of the time often with people who we don't know that well or have never even met before which isn't necessarily, what we're evolved to do. And so that's difficult for most humans. So let's, let's talk about that. So we can agree. There's this large group of people who have strong introvert feelings of for at least a good portion of the time. How can we be kind to them? What are some of the things that really society? We need to raise our game on do better. Well, first of all, I mean, being kinder is great. And. And I guess I wish that were enough, impetus in general, but I'll give people another framework to we did one study of companies and found that the majority of people believe that their organizations are not harnessing the talents of the introverted half of their workforce's. So it's really a bottom line question as well. We'll stink of about those talents. Well, I mean, there's so many different ones. First of all, a start with a counter intuitive one, which is people assume that introverted leadership would be less effective. But the studies that we have, and lots of the anecdotal data that we see out there suggests that introverted leaders actually deliver pretty great results. And the studies show that the extroverted leaders ten the charismatic ones tend to get paid more, but they're not necessarily delivering better results. So, so one thing we've got is a massive waste of potential of people who could be really effective leaders because. At the same time, there's this data showing effective introverted leadership. There's a different pile of data showing that introverts tend to get passed over for leadership positions. So we're not using our talent. Give it give me an example of two leaders that people might have heard of the sort of, you know, if you like stereotypes for those two different types of the ship. Okay. Well, Bill Gates is a great example of an introverted leader. And, and he's talked about this and about how when he's faced with a difficult problem you his impulses to go off and read about it for three days, and you can see what the downside of that might be that people need person to actually be there engaging with them. And the upside is that problems are really complex in. You wanna leader who's thinking things through and not just bathing rashly, if you want the extroverted counterpart, there, Steve bomber. Right. Who was kind of the counterpart to that. And I think that most people who have more extreme temperaments in one direction or. Another if they're self aware enough to be good leaders. They usually know that about themselves, and they look for people around them who will compliment them, which makes everybody happier and more effective. Bill Gates probably benefited for a long time from having Steve Boma, the driving the Microsoft, Salesforce, and so forth, while holding the reins on on figuring out the strategic vision for would and even though he was introverted he was a fierce competitor. Like, really Theus. What did you say? He's done. He's done. Okay for pizza. That, that if you're introverted, you wouldn't be competitive, you wouldn't be ambitious, and that's not necessarily so just kind of shows up differently. So what are the main misconceptions that people actually have about introversion? Well, there's a lot of them I think the biggest biggest one probably is the idea that introverts are anti-social or misanthropic. And I think most people really do assume that on some fundamental level, and it's not that at all. It really is about just the wish to socialize differently. And wanting to just kind of allot your social energies in very different ways from what might be conventional. If you're running an organ, you wanted to boost introvert powered lead, how do you even identify them? Yeah. You know what? I always say to companies when I go in is that every single person should be thinking of some just pick one person who you know, in your company, who you would describe as super talented, who is not a so called natural leader. And what could you be doing to advance that person and very often the best step is to just sit down with that person? And let them know how much you've noticed and appreciated what they've been contributing and find out from them, what their wildest dream career. Looks like one or three or five years from now, people assume that the quiet person is going to be less ambitious. And so you might be shocked to find out that if you really encourage the dreamy version of their career, it actually looks quite bolt. And then once you know what it is, then you can kind of. Together be plotting with them. We'll how can you get from eight to be and how can you help them draw on the strengths? They already have where the places that they can little by little by little step outside their comfort zone was supposed to talk more about about introvert extra issue at work fairly passionately held opinions on how what offices, for example, couldn't should be organized talk about that. Yeah. So, but I told you before I started writing, I had been a lawyer. Right. And, and at least back then it was the standard that lawyers had their own offices. So I had this lovely little space looking out at the statue of liberty, and, and then I started writing ultimately quiet. And I, I went, and I've plopped myself in Silicon Valley for a while, while I was doing the research because I figured this is going to be the place that will be an vonda for introverts. So I wanna see what they're doing. Right. And the first thing I found is that in company. After company, they were all situated in these big open office plans with really like no space to get away. And those days it was really not. Okay. To critique that type of plan. So these people, I was interviewing kind of whispered to me, and tell me I can't I can't focus. I can't get anything done, but I don't want to tell my boss because I'm afraid that I won't be seen as a team player. And so they would say, is there any research that you have. But you could give me that maybe I could show my boss in empirical type of way. And I thought this really interesting, so I, I started looking into it, and I found, there was this mountain of research, you know, and this is back in two thousand six two thousand seven lots of data showing that when you have people in open offices, they're less productive. They have trouble focusing. Ironically, they have more trouble forming close connections. Because if you think about it, the currency of getting to know someone. Well, is that you're sharing information with them that you? Might not share with everybody else around you. But if everybody's hearing everything you say, there's not as much of an opportunity to develop those connections. So, so the data was all there. Yeah. And I started talking about it, and, and void did that touch a nerve with people. What touch with me for one thing because when you said that Neo talk gets, I spot when you have this sort of catalyst of a creative person here on an analytical person here and someone who knows something else there, and they taught together and cut butter. Boom idea erupts and everyone goes, yes, that's great. And this, definitely a case, all that type of openness and letting people have, you know, the yes, sometimes a bit of stress, but the energy and provocation and so forth from each other juicy, like a best of both worlds possibility here in terms of the best of both worlds workspace, where it's really is a combination between social spaces, and then lots of private spaces that people can get access to you, as they need them. And you can move really back and forth between those spaces throughout the day. We'll have to talk. We moved offices. We moved into these, these offices were now. And by the way. Oh, go talk prompted a long conversation among the leadership team here about us, should we do this. And most of the teams are still organized, onset of like there's an open team area. People don't have individual offices. We realized we had to take you seriously. We put in lots of little nodes where you can sort of, you know, hideaway on the chair with a view of the outside. And hopefully, hopefully hopefully cater for those moments when someone either needs to get away for a bit. Or just do you know quite concentrated work, you definitely cost us a fortune, stra space, but I think it's probably money money, well spent. Well, thank you for saying that the fixed on your face. What would you say to someone who said it's true that some people hate that sort of open space, but people also hate being paid what they pay like there's a lot of things that people would like in, in that work, and that it's actually good for people to feel a little bit of discomfort at what, you know, how people open up and discover stuff that wouldn't otherwise have happened, and actually we should be saying to people not just, you know, coming back and should you ever feel the tiniest twinge of discomfort then go away and have your own office? Oh, go home. But rather than embraced the openness because of the possibility of serendipitous connection, and, and what you can learn from other employees and the team building and all the rest of it is that some level of discomfort is actually appropriate. I mean, sure I, I guess what I would say is well, two things. One is just to look at the data of it. So this is an only about well, let's just make empl. Employees as happy and comfortable at all times as possible. It's also about well, how do you want people to be most focused and most productive? So I, I really do believe in this Aaron deputy of people chatting with each other. So even in my ideal world, I would be designing office spaces where there's plenty of spaces for people to do that. I'm just saying protect the other side of human needs as well. If you think of this, in terms of stimulation for all of us, whether we're introverts extroverts are craving for stimulation fluctuates throughout the day. And so you want people when they're at the moment where they need stimulation. You want them to have access to a nice social space, and then the moment that they need to chill it out. You want them to have access to that phone booth because that's how they're going to be most productive. And happiest I I'm going to say also a bigger point beyond office spaces, which is, I think people often think that I'm saying, you know, end should. Ever be uncomfortable anytime ever. And I'm actually a huge believer in people stepping outside their comfort zones and doing the stuff that's difficult. And in fact, you know, it would never have given a tedtalk, if I didn't believe that. But I believe in doing that release strategically talk about that talk because this is another riddle. Really? I mean here you are. You're an introverted person you've got this book coming out. You're terrified of public speaking. And, you know, you've got this book toll coming and Ted invitation. How did you manage that? Yeah. Okay. So I was flat out terrified, and I'm now going to give you the secret to overcoming any fear. In this case it happens to be the, the fear of public. Speaking, the answer is that you have to expose yourself to the thing that you fear. But you have to do it in really small doses. So you can't start out by giving the tedtalk. And in my case, I went and. Signed up for the seminar in public, speaking anxiety, and all you had to do in the seminar, the very first day you would show up and you would just say, your name and then sit back down and declare victory. And you were done that was it and then you'd go back the next week and you do a little bit more a little more a little more. And it's the most amazing thing how you can extinguish a fear that way. And so the great irony is I now have this crazy careers. A public speaker where like I'm constantly going in and speaking to companies and organizations and schools. And if you told me that you in one week before giving the Ted talk, I would have thought that was a crazy prediction. And now it's you know, it's not a big deal. And I guess the part that I left out, it's not only about extinguishing fears. But it's also I care so much about what I'm saying and about sharing these ideas that even at the moments where my butterflies come back, I'll always say to myself, you know, I'm sure there's one person, at least in this audience who. Will maybe be a better parent to their child, or they're going to be a better boss at work. And so I'm going to do it for that one person. I think that's, that's almost like the number one key to overcoming fear is that have something really important to say, like if if that pulls you through that, that's a crucial part of it. It's what I'm here is don't obsess about, like understand, introversion and some of these associated things like China, so of the spending time on the internal world of thoughts and ideas, and so forth. I'm be aware of it, but don't obsess about it. Don't become a narcissist folk the main thing to think about is still what, what the external goes. I'll let that be on north star within balancing. Let me flip it around. So imagine you have somebody who's very extroverted who loves science, and that's what they really want to do in some capacity. I mean, I speak to extrovert sometimes who will tell me. Oh my gosh. You know, I work in this lab. And everybody's really introverted. And it's deathly, quiet and nobody wants to talk. And I'm going crazy. And so for that person, the answer is not to leave the field of science, right? It might actually be without knowing more, we don't know, but it might actually be that they would be better off in a different lab that has a slightly different culture. And so they should be paying attention to those needs that they have, and then making the adjustments within or if they really love that lab. Okay. Well, how do you make this work for your temperament? You know what could you be doing to build stimulation into your work day? So you still get to do the work you love. But you're honoring who you are. About about. Yeah. Schools in about parenting. What should schools do differently on what should parents? No. I think it starts with. This is gonna sound very loosey loosey-goosey, but it really matters. It starts with really doing a deep think about how do you feel about your child's way of being because whatever you feel is communicating itself to your child. So if you've got let's say four or five year old who's having trouble. Let's say, you know, saying Hello. How are you to the neighbor? Are you feeling at that moment, embarrassed and ashamed or feeling like, oh I get I get house if he is feeling and, and she'll get there and the difference between those two attitudes is profound. And if, if you're able to feel the latter way, then you can say to your child, you know, I understand exactly how you feel I get why you don't wanna do that. I know it's hard. I know you can get there every faith that you can. So we're going to work on that little by little as important to know what your child is shy or introverted because it seems like those are two different things on the shy child. Maybe the kids, just give them some skills for making that initial introduction, and then that can be fine over the introvert. It's to give them permission to have a bit of social time, but then come away. Yeah. That's right. How can you tell the difference? Oh, I think I mean you can see it from such early ages. You can tell whether the motivation is anxiety. I mean, you, you can see the signs of fear and a face. As you know, the child, and then there will be some children, where there is no fear and they're fine for ten minutes. But then go off and play by themselves. And to talk about it as if it's no big deal. So, you know, you're saying to them. Well, yeah. You know, I know that you. Let's say feel uncomfortable on the playground having to manage lots of different social groups. Here's what I do when I'm feeling that way. Let's talk about some strategies that you can use when you feeling that way schools you'd want you'd want teachers, not to insist on the kind of, you know, the hyper social Fulham of teaching of every child having to participate in some little group of four six thirty other of the kids how how how'd you frame that? What's the single biggest thing you love to see change at schools? Well, one of the great things that I am starting to see change at some schools is moving from framework of, of grading and encouraging class participation to classroom engagement, and it's a, it's a subtle difference. But it's also a profound one. I it's recognizing that there are some children who will engage with material, and with their classmates, not by raising their hand again, and again, but by showing and quieter ways that they're paying attention. Maybe when the teacher divide the kids up into small groups, that's when they're really starting to participate, and to share their ideas and illicit ideas from others. And we actually have a tool and all this stuff is free on choir of dot com. But but we have a tool for teachers to use where they can it, we call it a quiet engagement rubric, and it's different ways of thinking about how a child can kind of show up in a classroom without the classic raising your hand over and over. So there's been all these changes already happening. I think in, in work, and school and elsewhere under the contract. I was I just saw this article in the guardian that was. Kind of interesting. The is called why the introverts extroverts battle helps neither side. So this is in a way of pushback, a what, what? A what what they actually this article credits? You will blame you perhaps with with them. The fact that the intimate is now of alum, with memes, that basically, celebrate injure vets, and I think the say, extroverts the starting to get a hard deal. And there's this line in here. Introversion has been romanticized into an image of thoughtful, cell wondering through nature, considering live, speak picture, extroversion, meanwhile, is a boorish individuals allowed party demanding attention and holding forth in a conversation about the topic on which they are relatively ill-informed and use his in Canada to blame for this. Do you feel that, that extroverts of the bad guys here and that, you know, you'll whole revolution has been trying to put them down and raise the power of intervention or something else? L god. No. So don't feel that and I'm so aware of the danger that it could be occasionally is seeing that way. And I think it's what happens really with any movement, like I often look to the women's movement as an analogue for, for, for this, you know, and you can see women as loving men, but wanting everybody to be really equal. Or you could say, oh, you know, anyone who's against sexism must be a man hater. I think it's a little bit like that. You know. So I'm married to an extrovert and I enjoy extroverts company, and there are situations where I really need it, you know, it completes me in a very intense and profound way too. To an extra that, how'd you manage, you'll socialize? Oh, well, it's funny because that particular areas, probably our easiest, but even there we definitely have differences. You know, like my husband would love to be having guests over all the time. And I like it when we have guests, but I like to release face it out. I bear the responsibility of hosting really heavily. So it's not the thing I can just do lightly at whereas he would love to have the house full of people a lot. And so, you know, we just kind of work it out and try to establish a balance. I, I have met couples where that's a real issue for them. And I often would say to them to try to kind of come up with a quota system in advance of how often are you going to invite guests over? How often are you going to go out kind of negotiate it one time so that you don't have to do it over and over again? I'm also married to an amazing extra. She's incredible in social settings. Things. And we are solution for the social side is there's a type of bring the guest round that we both love, which is kind of the single topic dinner, like I'm, I'm Toma small talk. But if, if you have a dinner where it's about one topic and you go around the table, people have a chance to say, I don't know what's top of mind. Whether what they're fearful about in the world or hopeful about or discussing some topic that everyone's interested in I love that I feel safe in that I feel I can contribute, and, and Jacqueline, my, my wife loves it, as well, for me, it's the negotiation if you're married, if it's introvert extrovert couple negotiation isn't just about how often you have essentially, that is probably about how many people come and even more importantly, what is the format? That's true. That's so so to the data that I looked at shows that about half of couplings are across type, but it feels to me just walking around the world like it's much more common than that. But anyway, I was going to say that one place that the difference shows up for us in a way that you might not think about. But I think really matters is how do you express enthusiasm? So my husband has this amazing really delightful way of expressing enthusiasm about whatever happens. And my best example of it is, when I first met him it was right after I had left law and had just started writing, and at that time, it was before I was writing quiet. I was working on his memoir in sonnet form. And so I have just written a few poems, and he was on the verge of publishing this bestselling memoir about his years as a u n peacekeeper, and I had just written a few poems. And we went out on this date. And afterwards, I showed him the poems. So he sent me this Email, and it was, you know, in this gigantic font like sixty five size font or something all in red. And it said something like holy shit drop everything. Right. Women, right? And I still have that framed in my office, and, and he's like that all the time about everything, and it's really amazing to be on the receiving end of it. And I always feel like I have to remember when there's something good that's happening on his side, that I'm not I'm never going to match that because I express myself differently, but to try to show the enthusiasm in a way that will it will feel real to him Sheikh breakthrough. He won't go fitted. She doesn't think not as much. Yeah. Exactly. And it's like that's an insight that you need to have not only one time. But it's like I have to have it every day, I have to remind myself about that. And I see that happening not only marriages, but, you know, in workplaces to, like often hear from people who will think that they're introverted colleagues don't care about something that just happened, the great for the team or something, you know. And then you talk to that person, and they actually care really deeply that was actually introvert speak for awesome. Yeah. Well, well, this has been quite a conversation. I'd love to end. Maybe I'll say one, parting thought for an introvert and one potting soil for an extra for an introvert, I guess, I would leave off where we began, which is that. I hope you'll really embrace the permission to be your full self and that the more you do. The more amazed you will be by all the different things you will go on to be do. And for an extrovert, I would say, we love, you, we introverts I mean, and for all of us to know that there is this colossal waste currently of talent and energy and happiness. That comes from not fully understanding, and appreciating these differences and it's really easy to fix which is the good news. So I hope you'll join us was his an I feel very lucky to got to sit down and talk for so long with a revolutionary. Thank you for what you've done. You've really, really. Changed how literally millions of people see themselves and this has been an absolute lie. Thank you so much for having me on that stage. And now here it's so nice to be with you. Thank you. Susan Cain is the author of quiet. The power of introverts in a world that cons, top talking. She joined us on the Ted stage in two thousand twelve and you can listen to that talk on, Ted dot com. For educators, or parents who want to learn more about seasons approach to intervention. She recommends visiting quiet Rev dot com for resources. It's quiet r v dot com. Susan's currently working on new book seeks to answer questions about all connections to the sorrows of the world. And our sense of longing. If you know, an introvert or an extrovert, you think might be interested in some of Susan's ideas. Hey, why don't shed this episode with them if you like the show? Please rate us, an ITN's. We love to hear your thoughts. This week's show was produced by Meghan tan production manager is Roxanne highly mix engineer David Herman, a theme music is by Alison. Late Brown special thanks to my colleague, Michelle Quint. I'm Chris Anderson. Thanks so much for listening. On the next episode MIT reset scientists Andrew McAfee and the scary. But exciting future of our what lives driven by the coming off official intelligence revolution. I kind of believe that in the rest of my lifetime. I am going to live to see peak jobs or peak labor. Ex-.

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041320 Total Recall

Ace and TJ

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

041320 Total Recall

"All as and TJ graphics and web designer done by Alpha lab designs looking for spectacular. Email design at ace. Tj DOT COM web design menus marketing materials brochures flyers social media ads and more design at TJ DOT com. Hey it's going and I WANNA make sure you know about the Hampton Inn and suites South Park in the completely renovated lobby fitness and breakfast areas. Just call seven four three one nine fifty seven hundred to book your reservation or newly designed conference room that seven. Oh four three one nine fifty seven hundred every day second by second minute by minute hour by hour time goes by taking this farther and farther away from those memories of the past. Do you remember remember that time? Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do. This is the TJ totally call. Podcast it is the mother of all bombs specifically your verbal mother of all bombs. These are amazing today. You have to imagine putting yourself in this situation when this went down. Don't Miss it's coming up today as we step into the time machine for total recall plus. Oh Yeah I'm taking the guns and roses concert. Actually everybody else is taking you to guns and roses concert with me. Their interpretation of what I ace. 'em like guns and roses concert. That's coming up today but we started the day with some little things about guys on total recall. Total Recall podcast asking women. Tell US little thing you like about men. Casey tweeted us. I love when they first wake up but are still tired. That's desk so you mean. She doesn't look at her guy when he's doing that and say. I don't know why you still tired. You slept in the name however slot nap yesterday. That was at least seventeen minutes. She actually finds that more for. Why are you sleepy tired? You're right. That was faking it sir. Why here's an interesting one? I don't know if this counts. Because this is mainly specifically her husband but she says I love my husband's rough hands that lets me know. He works hard and I find it. Hot definitely yeah. I like having rough hands too. You know he even getting the calloused from From the weights working out I don't at all have a little grinding machine that they have at nail salons and stuff that will file the calluses off my hands. When I get there. How do not have one of those definitely? Do not use hand lotion now. Little things you like about men. I love when a man has a distinct point in his upper lip. She calls it. A cupid's bow. Yeah you haven't as do I. Yeah what is it a point where you're the top of Your Lips? Kinda come down like like the top of the heart. You know at points down. That's the bow of Sarah and you sure. That's just not some scarring leftover from when he got his lip cotton. His braces thanks. She likes it by the way. The Margaret Mason Rough Callahan's has come up like four times Another lady touched a sensitive area. And then you're says you can see the veins in his arm. He's vascular when he shooting heroin. Yeah his when he's got a rubber band tighter. It's working out okay. Be wholesome high cheekbones. Make this lady. She says high cheekbones. Make Me Melt. Well I guess I'm maker Mountain. She likes big old fat cheeks and Big Fat Lips. I make her melt but high cheekbones. I'm not your boy. Wonder if the guy doesn't have naturally high cheekbones but he accents with makeup enough to make it look like he has. I think they like that. That's cool right ladies. What do you like about little things you like about a man this lady says? I love back dimples. Yeah that was one for the ladies to yesterday that they. I mean for the guys that they liked the dimples in the small of the back. What about lower. Yeah not overly unbuttoned shirt on a man but I like the visibility of Clavicle Little Viana. Yeah Curtis Perfect Ace year. You could unbutton one Reagan's you could button up but white t shirts. Yeah let's see when I'm and I'm just teasing you. I like seeing that area right where you'd put the box and then since week. I like seeing that on a man. I think that's attractive a couple more little things you like about a man with a man places his hand on the small of a woman's back Let's see if he's like trying to push her along. Come on. I mean unless she's wearing a dress and then he points out. Oh I see that makes a comment to your undergarments. Little little remember. They called it the whale. Two little things women like about a man watching a man shave. A lot of women like yeah. Here's another interesting when they don't specify yes because I've made that mistake before exit because I converted a Selfie stick into you know to handle from a razor almost got kicked off almost got me kicked off of farmers dot com this the. Here's an interesting one when a man pulls off a t shirt by grabbing the back of the Collar of the shirt and Fort L. hot but that's the way of man takes off a shirt really. Yeah just as in the back of your arms over the French way grandma shirts. Everyone does a man who can't reach back and do that though because my guns are so big changes hands back there behind. Okay well okay. The along the lines of being sixty for pulling the t shirt up with one hand in the back. What about taking your arms out of it first scrunching it and pulling the collar away from your face? You don't mess up your hair. Yeah when he pulled it off. Same Ladies Chauhan's here's one. I love it when a man kicks his underwear into the air. It doesn't say on gear when he just wants to hold my hand walking in the car watching a movie. That's her favorite thing. Do you love it? If you're driving any both rest them on the gearshift and he just kind of hand. That's not like you to be in that it on. I know happier than anything you would have to be on. This is the ace and TJ total. Recall podcast a lady in a line that was looking for advice about a former Fran and she wrote quote over the years. I've grown indifferent to a friend who constantly updates me with emails texts and I love. Us declined to be in her wedding. I pass on her wedding shower and I've said no to holiday parties. Finally I take it no longer I snapped. I emailed her to please stop. You're suffocated me with this barrage of correspondents in quote. She says now I feel bad. I apologized but she's told all of our mutual friends and now a look like a bad person. What should I do? She snapped and said something that she wishes she couldn't take back. It's all she's done. I wish I could take back. That bomb dropped on the mother of all verbal bombs. The MOAB. You know this happens to women a lot and me But the difference is that in this case she actually wants to take it back and she's not writing to us just to brag about it right. Let me tell you what I told her. I dropped you know and and have all the other women stand around and go. Ooh remind me not to mess with you or I would snap to. You know that whole I was having a bad day. You gotta just get over it. I was having a bad day. You know men don't don't usually do that as they said and have bad days he has bad minutes having a moment ahead of having a moment. Admit there Gwen. Have you ever had an argument with Kim? And you said something you wish you could take back. That was that was the MOA that was the mother of all bombs. I mean I think I've teetered on the edge because he's even stopped me and said you know you can't take some things back when they're said don't go too far because I have been known to lash out and be hurtful. I didn't realize they were all that hurtful. But when someone loves you and you're saying that to them and he's got such a tender homer he says my wife can say anything she wants to me and I just never even remember it. I don't hold onto things. Dorm away doesn't emotional. Scars comes up later from the remember. What sent so. It's water under the bridge to me. Ducks back on me. Water off a duck's back. So what is it in your any relationship family for what was your your your Moab your mother of all bombs that you dropped verbally on the relationship. Hillary's marriage is because you told me you pregnant. Oh yeah they are. Thought you were pregnant. You hadn't told me yet but I thought you were cacique so sometimes you use lash out. You don't mean it you say like I have. I've told you before. I have the absolute worst one ever. I don't think there's anybody that can top but there's nobody there's one in particular that's horrible. I don't think anybody heard that. Some sort of incarceration total recall. Pair yourself because you are not going to miss the verbal mother of all bomb. Mothers of Album's coming up next their mind blowing and incredible and ace. That's me at guns and roses not to be missed all next on total RICO acing. Tj's total recall podcast. This is the total recall. Podcast podcast subscribe nowadays. Tj Dot com the TJ APP or through iheartradio. More of the total recall. Podcast after this. Do you love sale? Are you ready to save some money? Hey I'm Bobby Barbara Independence since he director in right now. Almost everything in our cincy catalog is ten off. We gotta let go follow winter products to make room for the new spring and summer products. And that means big savings for you. You can get six bars right now for only twenty seven dollars guys. That's only four fifty four so go check out the sale it smells his dot com against smells just dot com and start saving now somewhere out there. There's a man on a park bench eating his five hundredth. Pb AND J. He has no idea papa. John's has new PADEAS. That are way better than a boring sandwich with Papa. 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And he had a crazy guy on his staff who would get drunk and then start messing with him all during the middle of the night Colin and everything and he called him one night and he said I'm just going to go ahead and end it man. I come a gun here. But any just knew he was out out of his head on whatever and he wasn't going to do it because he'd known the guy for years and he said all right triggers on the bottom bre hung up. That's not what they Would recommend you do as a counselor to someone. Who's doing that? But he thanked. The guidance said it snapped them in shape. Never thought about it again. No Way But again don't try that these are crazy. Radio People. Everybody involved is crazy. Trashy radio person except for the the one who was threatening to kill himself. He's no longer with us on his art. Not because he he was finally successful. I'll think but he never was successful at literally. No he died of natural natural radio causes. I'm kidding but he did that. He would laugh at the at this conversation. Honeywood land except the part about not being successful while true he would've out at funded by anything. Tj JOB BEING APPARENT. Good human being any of those total failure mobile DJ now. He wasn't successful that either heart attack natural heart attack causes. I like natural radio. Died of natural radio causes true. Little I don't mean to sound callous about an. He's he's a good guy. Well Nice well fun sometimes Guy Really. Yeah it's radio man. You know those guys that you gripe about when you work with them and the next thing you know you don't ever see them again not because they died remove radio people can be you know like family and then all of a sudden you move to a different market and you never see that person again and then you hear of their passing. That's what happened. We had you feel Sar- he's in a better place. He's better place that twenty years ago or whether or not you know. Haven't been see ten before that or speak to him. I feel like a winner here. I mean I'm almost had to be the one to do it to to put put him down at one point he got mad because I was young baby. Dj He was out trying to be. Mr Mr Cool. I'm I'm famous town at a party and called and asked me to play a song that we didn't play and I was going to get in trouble for playing and I didn't and he came back like you wanted to fight. Oh this is that guy. Yeah Oh yeah. Oh Yeah that. My Fanny Pack Pistol Unload on it. Only did was ceremonially. Take off his station. T-shirt whatever's wearing and throw it in floor-length. I don't even belong here all right. How good is the AC TJ total? Recall podcast as it was concert with you. Who's up here? Oh that's okay. I used go to concerts with people who I like me. It's usually supposed to be an enjoyable. It's more fun than standing there with someone being shot at at about Look I like his hair. Your hair could do that if you have clown hair. That's how envisioning entire evening now. She wear a shirt like that. If you were that then that kind of stuff this way vision going to a concert with all the we we know when as goes concerts he sits there and thinks about what he would look like in the rockstars outfit. In that moment me up. They're totally pull off that shirt. All of you're writing a new. The top hat wasn't going away did that. That's the right toward the end of August eleven. It's a Friday night. I gotTA GET. Outta here like right as the show is over that day. I gotta get up the road to wake forest university guns and roses. Oh Nice pretty pumped about. I didn't go to a single concert last. Muno bunch this year. Nice gift for you might hit Travis. Scott may fit willing. Can anybody go to Winston Salem for that anybody would I be sold out? Really? Yeah we'll good. Is that the original guns N. roses. It's a three fifths of the original guns and roses group. It's axl rose slash enough. Oh slashes they're all said I would not have even slash doesn't have as many slash close as as does probably through. He could go in his closet and say. I don't have as much of my clothes. That guy does it. Could be true. Could be true. Would you go see mini guns and roses? I know you got a problem with many kiss. I don't want to go see meaning underneath okay and realize you too good for if they if they played their own instruments. Maybe I would kiss. You're going to be disappointed in that guns and roses concert. I can't see how it would be because I've checked sucks. They sound they sound amazing. These de he really sounds good. Nobody believes that. There's there's youtube accurate and check before bottom. We'll see that's the thing when I think that's an oxymoron. Tickets aren't good jet for guns and roses. There are no good because So many people have been burned over. The years thinking axl rose was going to be back at his best than and then look at. Youtube. 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156 - Mr. Cool & Nice - The Conan O'Brien Episode

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

1:23:30 hr | 2 years ago

156 - Mr. Cool & Nice - The Conan O'Brien Episode

"Right. Hundreds of college age men have been found embodies water clusters around the country, and in many of these cases smiley face is found near the recovery site, the police classified these as accidents drownings, but a team of retired NYPD. Detectives is reexamining the evidence and making shocking discoveries that could prove these cases are connected checkout smiley, face killers. The hunt for Justice this Saturday at seven on oxygen. Goodbye goodbye. And again. Welcome to our podcast. Welcome to our podcast. Right. Yeah. I don't know when it's okay. For me. Can I feel like now? Now, it's a good time. So, ladies and gentlemen, this is the first ever combo podcast of. My favorite murder combined with Conan O'Brien has no friends. Yes. How it's not really the title. All right on a needs. It. I'll you just accidentally says Conan O'Brien has friends. When I wanted to imply with my title was I have a lot of friends like some more. You intuited was Conan O'Brien has no friends, which is shockingly Klis tried again, this is take to this is where keeping that. Are you sure that was really good because my take to this is the first dill episode of my favorite murder combined with Conan O'Brien is shutdown Irish Catholic and emotionally stunted. Title, please vote with me on these things. So you can probably tell that. I am thin lipped very uptight Irish Catholic. Yes, there's a lot. But you know, what's interesting. There's a lot broiling inside. I didn't say boiling I said Braley from the top broasted. Did inside. There's a lot breasting. Right here too. That's right. He said craft. I didn't realize the all drink before. Just fine by me more than happy to get loaded with you, ladies, this is one of the more high stakes conversations. And we are when it's the lowest of stakes we fuck up concierge. So the fact that's now high-stakes it's like we don't pronounce things correctly. When it's the chiller version of podcasting. So now, we feel like we've been kicked up into like the ace, circle, I said were Chester instead of booster on the show. Yes. Just said were totally did you thought that was the correct version? Well, say it like you spell it, bro. You guys have been in the podcast game for a while. And you've got a killer podcast. So I'm the newbie so you should act like to funds ease to my Richie. Ralph mouth if only if only we could if only we could kick the proverbial. Well, I guess I am that leather jacket wearing Jewish motorcycle writing funds style person to begin with your claiming to be the fawns. Yeah. Sort of your hair, you could come that into the phone. Very beautiful hair Jewish camp with his daughter. He's a lovely man. He was so nice of the nicest men. Yeah. He really anywhere greatly one of us could think of his name. It's obviously had me Winkler. Everyone knows that that. It's Henry blink ler. Welcome. Okay. So there's no transition here that no we should actually have no transition. So we can take that part out if we want to beginning. Wait it. I don't add it anything out anymore. I think let the people here everything really here. How flawed we are. Yeah. Because I'm tired of people thinking some kind of Christ fake. Cut me. I do. I do resurrect when I do. Yeah. Welcome to the podcasting world. It's fun. Yeah. You made a splash. Yeah. It's been a lot of fun. I think after twenty five years of having to talk to people in very constrained circumstances. And I I loved that. I grew up watching that but seven minutes, and then you have to go to commercial break. And then you have to start it up again and being in a room with people and having a very intimate conversation and letting the part of your brain go that works in a writer's room, that's part of the creative process. And let it go unfiltered has been a real joy, we've only I don't really released five or I think we've released five and they've been really fun to do. That's been the biggest surprise is how much it doesn't feel like work to me. It's not right. Chatting and riffing. And yet we're making ten. Tens of dollars. Rolling monthly. More about me undies. Underwear? No. Yeah. It's really fun. And I think for you. It's good to because you're whenever you're interviewing people are talking to someone. It's about their career, and what they're got going on and whatever. Yeah. Whatever stupid movie that is coming out of what they're promoting stupid. Oh, no. Everyone's movies amazing. Amazing paramount put a chip in my brain. Years ago. So all movies are amazing. Great. I have a hard time watching. I I love tacos club your talk show. The interview part always makes me really nervous in the same way. That like watching an award show, the like speeches made me so uncomfortable encourage you're worried for I hope I'm worried for these people, right? Yeah. Well, I feel like when you're sitting in that seat. You have to do you have to pull off natural conversation, that's entirely planned. And you have to be a good enough actor to make it seem real you have to stay in the moments. You have to have a little bit of improv awareness, and you can't drive it too hard. I've seen people that I know that have gone on there and just really try to drive it themselves, which is always bad. It's there's so many ways to for it to go bad that I think there's a stress because it's just not a regular conversation a longtime ago about doing one of these late night talk shows or probably any talk show is the trick. People used to say you've got to figure it out. Figure out who you are. As to think will. That's not the case. What you're the trick is to figure out who you were all along be completely yourself. But in the most unnatural environment. I know you've worked for Ellen and it's lights, and it's cameras and audience, and you have to get out in six minutes, and it has to be on a laugh, then you get back into it again. And what I found is that it took me a while to figure out how to be cone in in that situation where that didn't feel weird. And then get to the point where I started hunting for. I don't wanna hear the prepared story hurts really good great. But I'm always on the hunt for the accident. Yeah. Or someone's sort of mispronounced something I'll say, wait. What was that? And then we go down a rabbit hole. And that's where the joy is. Yeah. And so if you can do that in that weird situation that takes a couple years to get to where you have that confidence. But the nice thing about this format, and I listened to a lot of podcasts. And I really enjoy. There's this ancient thing for someone tells you a story or people are talking in you fill in the rest, and we're so digitally obsessed that we think you have to see everything while it's happening. But I now listen to podcasts while I'm lying in bed and reminds me when I was a kid, and my mom there were six kids in our family. We are all in different rooms, I was in one of I was in a room with my my two brothers that were three of us, and my mom would put on records and she'd put on like a Bob Newhart record. We've listened to comedy records, and we would fall asleep, and it was someone telling his story. And so just having that in your ear having something in your ear inn year, filling it in is lovely when we get that all the time people saying, you know, you don't know me. But I feel like you guys are my best friends. It's because people obviously listen to podcasts when they're working doing stuff that I want to do when they're alone. On. So they are having experienced that like whatever the actual experience. We had when we were recording it they're having this then third party experience. It's kind of like filling up a part of their day that either they to dread it's a commute or it's work where it's making work better. And it's like, we we get all this credit when people like it so much, and it's also like you've made my commute go by so fast, or whatever it's like, we're just benefiting from the byproduct of people being able to be in their head. And it's not a visual medium. Well, I also think that you're making connections with people, and you I'm sure you've seen this. You've I'm sure you've done live shows. Yeah. Yeah. And you see when you do a live show people. Come and they have this connection to you too. Which is might flip you out. But they've been building that connection because it's extremely intimate when someone's talking to you, and they're listening to you sometimes in intimate situations like people are lying in bed or in their in their car alone. And I do think that there's something. There's a reason why podcasts they may not, you know, more people may watch the Grammys, but their connection to it is not that deep whereas people that connect to what you're doing. And how you're talking and what you're talking about. It's this mine shaft that goes really deep much deeper than other kinds of entertainment. I think that's what's really cool about this. Yeah. Yeah. I think when they say, I feel like I know you. You you're my best friend. It's like we're doing it. Right. And then you totally know us, you know, everything about me when I listened to you. I feel like I know both of you, and I'm very angry that makes sense you're two very good friend who betrayed will not let you talk. No matter. What you say? I keep talk. My listen to you guys. I keep talking and you're not talking back. We're Rudini become an array. What we're like in real life. Yeah. I actually used to have that where I was there's a couple podcast. I was obsessed with in the beginning. And I would fall asleep listening to them and then have dreams where it was standing at a party. And the the people who have the podcast would be talking and I keep going. Yeah. But like literally trying to break into a conversation for the entire dream. That's when you're like, you need a podcast where I haven't when I listened to podcasts fall asleep. When I wake up I realize I fell asleep during the podcast, which is fine because you wanna go to sleep. But then I have to go back and find out around where I lost. And that's really hard because I'm like, wait a minute. I think I remember this part. I gotta go further back. It's I slightly familiar. Exactly. Yeah. Sleep timer, man. That's leap timer function. Oh, because I'm you know, you wanna half hour back. Let me give you some technical. Let me tell you guys. This is where the tips part roles, the Spock enterprise at insomnia. So I sleep with. Yeah. Always podcast, you're constantly. Yeah. Nice murder stories night murder. Murder stories. Well, yeah, jam. Let's here. That's crazy. Lifelong fan. Okay. Tell you something about I have had a an everyone knows about me when I told friends that was coming on this podcast. They laughed. Not derisively not. They just laughed that. It's the perfect place for me to go because my entire life. I've been fascinated with murder and very morbid. It started with the Lincoln assassination. Well, and when I was four you were there. I was there. I know I'm older than you. Ladies. But yes that play was amazing in eighteen fifty. I was a child usher at Ford's theatre. But yeah, I was I was a member we took a a might my dad got us all to pile into the station wagon, and we drove to Washington DC. And he wanted us to see all the sites. I would have been I think six maybe, and we visited Ford's theater, and I was just I couldn't believe that someone got shot there. Let alone the president states. And then we went downstairs they showed. You could see the the gun. They have the bullet in the basement afford Sater. And then we went across the street to the Peterson house where they have the bed. An I was transfixed and just read books about the Lincoln assassination as a child over. And then in my family, they make fun of my brothers. Make fun of me because I always like my visit Hawaii and the big island, and there was some big battle that took place there, and they I was not paying attention, and we're up on a mountain, and I'm not paying attention on the guide said some say this day, if you look closely enough, you can see the bleached bones of the Hawaiian warriors and Iran and leapt leaned over the railing and my dad had to catch my belts the five hundred feet. My brother Luc was there, and he was just he. So everyone's always known that I've been credible freak for murder. And I was embarrassed about it for a while because I know so much about so many different murders. People start to talk casually about a murderer. I know something about and I start to say well. Was the ninth had a Cup or hill come on. And it's interesting. The blood type was be seen. On-scene whatever. And they it's gone to the point where I just finished a tour eighteen city tour in every city if you look hard enough at the right time of night, you will find forensic files. Yes. And that forensic and when I loved his that I was in one hotel where they had channel. It was just yoga and it was beautiful woman wearing super tight Lululemon doing. And I was like we're friends, and then I find forensic files, and they always pretty much tell you who the creep is who did it. But then he has a quote alibi. Yeah. Yeah. And then he end they they basically they tail him for a while. And they get his DNA, and then they they trap him. And then it's at the end crying. Yeah. And that voice over guy the most we used to know his name offhand. The worst though is that like it's so dated which I love dated crime shows because there's so many of those, you know, forensic, you know, the shit they use back, then it's the language excuses primarily show for children. My young my young daughters listening. Listens to everything got. China. Those are bad were not bad words. But they're not words using my okay. Got it there. The Catholic is are going to identify genitalium. Please don't I mean, what more is more fun than denting genitalia though around. Yeah. Oh, everything's dated hair. You know hair samples and all this bullshit. That doesn't hold up in court. Anyway, right all the stuff that they find always it's an acid wash jacket. Spoke of seagulls jacket left a trace. And so yes, it's very late eighties sometimes early nineties, but also those repetitive. If they can get a reenactment where young woman is wearing a red bra they'll show that thing for times. Yeah. It's just like, oh, no. It's like someone trying to fend off a knife. Don't really do that anymore. They've gotten everyone's gone. A little more hip disgusting. That is. Yeah. I do think one of my all time favorite shows was autopsy on HBO. And my only problem with that show is that they didn't make enough of them. They clearly started to run out. So when I had the late night show on NBC. I was so obsessed with that show that I got the forensic pathologist from that show. Yeah. I got him on the show. And all he did was tell jokes time. I got in there because I'm a huge fan of I love that show. And it was so graphic and. It showed you the autopsies in the photos and explain how it happened. So I got him on the show, and he told autopsy jokes forensic jokes the whole time, and they were really dirty forensic forensic dad jokes. Well, one of them actually, remember you can add it out if it's too much, but he was talking about they were doing not once. A forensic pathologist was doing an autopsy on a man they removed the sheet and the man the body had a giant penis. And he said to this female assistant will that penis remind looks reminds me of mine, and she said, the female pathologists said wait reminds you of yours is yours that big. And he said, no, but it's dead and lifeless, and I was then you burst into tears. No, I'm here to find out about murder not to here. But he clearly thought on Conan I better load up the old dick jokes. I better. Do the thing. I'm not good at on TV. And the thing that I am. That's a great show though. That's amazing. It's really graphic though. And you don't like you don't like the crime scene photos and the graphic stuff me. Right. Yeah. Well, I don't like I'll watch a TV show of it because I can just kind of turn away. And then when I turned back other stuff is happening, but I won't look up a crime scene photo just to stare at mangled bodies. I can understand that it just kinda sticks in my head. So I don't it me too. But I can't help myself again with the language. You're just going to have to keep saying she does it. This is my idea was that all of these air on Nickelodeon the next day. Oh, yeah. To have a podcast if you don't curse in it. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. All of them, clean Oprah. Super bowl. Sunday's Phil super fucking soul. Sunday was the original looking for a new show to binge. Your next crime obsession is smiley face killers. The hunt for Justice on oxygen. Have you heard of the smiley face killers? Hundreds of college age men have been found in bodies of water and clusters around the country. 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How what I've said to my people. This is how much I'm into it. My wife found a company recently, we have this door. That's always blowing open that leads to our backyard. And so she went to get. We had a door stop that wasn't very good. She just happened upon a company that makes big wooden blocks that hold the door in place, and you can print anything you want. She's my wife of sixteen years. You think it'd be like a love you or Conan rules or something like that? For me for my birthday. It says murder. Because she knows him of szeswith murder. So people come in my head writer for the first time. He's been to the house before he hasn't seen this block. And he just held it up and went what? Says murder, and that's my that's one of my obsessions. I just feel like when you, you know, knock on wood Sunday Di she's going to be suspected based on that brick alone thing, I've always said is love murder so much that my goal is to either murder or be great. And people people have said that two people don't say that. I don't know. I really either want to murder I wished to be a murder victim. When I'm so into it that being a murder victim would feel like I'm part of this whole cool thing you've studied so long, and you so much work in time would know how to lie on my car. My shag carpet, just the right way. Okay. I've really put a lot of thought into it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, just because of all murders happen on shag carpet. Red brought. Me. Yeah. Don't ask what the panties. But I. Yeah. I just always been fascinated with it. Brought you here tonight to it's the game. We play on the show now called on them will kill you. Do you think growing up in Boston had anything to do with that with your Whitey Bulger's and the people that were around in that cold, join I'll tell you what he Bolger did not influence me at all. Okay. I was not really that aware growing up in the late sixties and seventies. I wasn't that aware of what he Bolger. I was very where the Boston strangler. And I heard a lot about the Boston strangler and one of the detectives who worked the case apparently lived sort of in our neighborhood down the street, and my mom would talk about him working on the case. And all I knew about that case. Because obviously it was not a case it was appropriate for a kid to be reading about. But I was always interested in it. And I always felt. Intuitively dissatisfied with the result of that case. Yeah. And then later on when I read about the case, it does not have the resolution that gives you satisfaction now. And so it's always in my mind and all of those murders happened around the time. Probably maybe shortly before I'm born I'm born in April of sixty three in Boston. But they all happen in the areas where my my family's my mother and father living in Belmont. And then they moved to Brookline, but it's all very close to where we were. And the ones that intrigued me are always the ones where I think in. I don't know what the answer is we don't. And I think there was a little bit of a sense in Boston like, well, we arrested somebody they stopped. He dies in prison. So we're done. Yeah. And you think I don't know if that would hold. Up today with today's forensic pathology DNA on that match him on eventually on one of the victims. But you know, there's however many eight other victims that don't have DNA match. I think you can't just blame all of them on him. Well, also, I feel like definitely back. Then there was so little oversight that any Cup could go put any DNA anywhere, they want because I think that was one of those things of like like comic book style of like, we got close this case the pressure's mounting. You know what I mean? Like in those those murders, especially were so graphically horrible. And like even hearing a little bit about the details cases, just like old women splayed. It's disgusting and horrifying. It's like end it, and we're not talking about it. I think the other thing too is now there's this Fistican about. Crimes that involve only women. There's this fisticuffs about male rage. Male inadequacy in Howitt's manifest itself with women, and there were certain things that whoever the Boston strangler was was doing to these victims, which was meant to humiliate them as women, and so clearly you're dealing with someone who's got. Incredible gender stuff. They're dealing with. And today, I think there'd be much more sophisticated about it. But if you look at black and white photos. You know of I mean, so many crimes back than you. See these sort of big heavy. Working class guys in heavy coats with gun strapped to their hips and their nine to five guys. And this is freaky. This is not this is way above what anyone can imagine. Well, they're still human beings. So like, no matter how grizzled detective, you are, you know, a lot of those cases that are like the really high profile ones like Richard speck, or whatever. Whereas like, the guys they immediately call in the guys that have the most experience and people are walking into that apartment building Chicago walking out and vomiting, and they're just coming in and out like as if they're being told to do it because it's the their levels and limits to even what experienced detective has experienced, and they were those people were saying things they've never seen ever feel like in the modern era. They've broken it down. So that. Scient- literally scientists go in and they're looking at things they're not looking at the whole picture. They're just there to see. I'm here just to look at you know, wet DNA evidence is on the scene while I'm here to look at with the gun splatter is with the blood splatter, as you know, on I'm here to look at. And so because they've been able to break it up into different categories. It might be more tolerable for people. I mean, I don't know whether is that a school shooting like sandy hook. And you think human beings had to go in there. And I I don't know how they can. I don't know how you can do that. And my have incredible respect for people that could do that. Yeah. Just think it's absolutely. And how do you do that? And I would if I had to do that. I would retire. Amelie afterwards percent. You know? I would just say, okay. I saw that. Elem no longer able to do this for living. Because those are also the like those cases are the extremes of of the business. You know what? I mean. It's not like thank God, those aren't. Yeah. As common. I mean, that's becoming less true. But I think especially for the I mean, some of those cases from the sixties or whatever the cops went in with members of the press like there is not only know taped off crime scene, and please be careful where you're walk. It was everybody come on through and take a look and smell it just happens. Like, the the the the more reason advancement of all this forensic stuff is like basically is kind of its opening all those doors, and then at the same time, it's kind of like making people realize how wrong it's been like it used to be if a guy went in and was there at the crime scene for the Boston strangler. He would see something horrible and be like no one's talking about. This do not take pictures like he would be making decisions as a human being. That were very bad for crime solving. You know, what I mean and thinking he was doing the right thing because this is a human being you know, what I mean like, that's he was doing what he thought was best. And now, we only now we know with the advancement of technology that like, no, no, no, nobody comes in. But we have to talk about it and has to be brought to the light of day because people need to know that this is a possibility. I mean, I think that's why especially these days. True. Crime is more and more people are going. Yes. I am interested in this. Because I felt like I was a ghoul before when nobody seemed to be interested in it. And now, I can say it now that it's like, quote, unquote at Trent thing where it is comforting to know that they're just people that are interested in this. What makes somebody as someone who was raised Catholic? And I think with a really good moral compass of always been fascinated by why would someone do the worst thing that you could possibly do? So why would someone do that? And then. I found myself just getting immersed in you know, McDonald like the green beret like what really have to what made him yet. What made him? I don't see it when someone quote snaps, and it was just in the news recently where someone. Kills his pregnant wife and three children, and and his children yet to children, and you know, you you can't help I can't help. But think as a dad I don't understand what gets you there. I don't understand. I've been an weighed. But I don't understand what gets you there. That's beyond. And we're used to thinking. Well, we're pretty smart. We can understand things. But what it's why of all the murder cases. And I've read I think I've read about so many murder cases, the one I've got a few that I'm really fascinated with one. I've never understood is the Jomon Ramsey. I don't understand it. I've read a lot about it. No explanation. Make sense to me even the one. I've the answer. I've settled on that. I think a lot of us have you know, what is your answer an accidental, you know, fatal blow by the brother, and the parents helped cover it up to not tarnish his entire life there on all this bullshit. Even that it's like kind of it's so far fetched in in like so far out there that apparent that? Parents would do something like that to their kid. But also, I thought she was. She's she might have been sexually assaulted history of it. Yeah. So then nothing makes sense. Now, what does and it's so tragic all around because the mom passes away. And you know, you think. You know, just to lose child. And then if you're if someone is being wrongly accused, that's yeah. No, inflicting more pain just that. So I don't know. I just so I get into this. I mean that one has every piece though, because it it's just as likely or like, percentage wise because they had so much money that they could be covering up, and the, you know, potentially somebody in that family is like associate past. They don't care they're they just wanna make sure that there should is covered and everything like the ducks are clear. No buying that someone came that. You definitely think it was someone in the house statistically, yes. Would say overwhelmingly someone in the house. Yeah. And the fact that the dad said, let's go searching, and he went down and found her. I is very Zesbaugh and the I mean this insane ransom. No. That's just has helped them. They've never been able to match up the handwriting. They matched to to her. Did. I don't think conclusively. But. Yeah. But the problem is then it's it's it's like basically small police force in Colorado Springs boulder boulder. And it's Christmas day. Right. So the the the most inexperienced people went to be the first people on the scene because everyone else was like I have time. I'm in stay home with my family and they from minute one began to botch it and then on top of that there's somebody who potentially now the could be entirely victims. And some weird thing happened someone broken. But also could be that there are people with the money and the resources to begin to cover things up and do things that like runs over when the ransom note says do not call the cops don't tell anyone they invite all their friends over which we know we know when someone kills someone they want someone else to find the body, right? You know leading him around the house, and they're not finding her body where he where he hid it finally almost on it. You thing about murder, which we've learned like a billion times is how money affects it. How much it is about class? Yes. So and this is clearly like a legitimate source of anger for you know, members of the American population that don't have money or they're they're a certain race. And they feel like no one cared. You know, thirty five of us could get killed. Anyone cares? And then a rich white person is murdered. And what happens is. Ironically, many people think it happened in the J case where because he was a celebrity as African American, but he's a celebrity and so because he's a celebrity they showed him so much deference, and they cut the interview off when they finally did get him and with a little pressure. He might have said more, but they they clearly cut that interview off. And I think it is very common. When people come into a house in a big house and fancy house and someone who has status is saying being polite to them they show them deference. And then you get you don't get the same result. As if you know law enforcement was going in and saying, hey, wait a minute. We're going to assume ninety five percent of homicides. It happened in a home. The person was killed by someone in the home. So you're going to treat everybody that way until we get the answer that probably doesn't happen if they're ruling in a rich name. Hood. It's I think it's an automatic bias. You know, that they have that they call them a high risk victims, you know, and they it's almost like when you call them high risk. It's like the you deserve it, a little more, and it's more likely to happen to you. So we're going to care a little less. Brought it on yourself. Right. I mean, we learned that lesson because liking true crime for so long. I never put it together realized it, but it's like these true crime cases, I was interested in are the ones that have been served up. So it's like you're John wing Gaze's in your Ed Giddins on your boss, stranglers and all these ones. But then as you look at it, you're like, oh, but you can go in and find just as many like the the grim sleeper was active in like south central for over twenty years. He just killed women whenever he wanted. However, he wanted people in the neighborhood knew everybody knew it's such a huge case that we've never covered it because it would take so much research for twenty. Three years serial killer when most of them work for like five Macs. And if he's operating in Brentwood, California. Blond, ladies disappearing. Exact totally different story. But this is like it's it's things like that were I know wariness of it until we start telling these stories, and then realizing these are the stories that got brought that the media knows if it's a blonde little girl that gets murdered people will buy more newspapers. Or or at least that's the story, they tell us on themselves, and so those that's the way things get prioritized, and the story of the grim sleeper is isn't about it's about it's about compl- tilles complacency and negligence, it's not about this serial killer. You know, I mean it is. But it's about victims mattering or non. Yeah. It's funny because this brings up one of my one of the tropes. I've noticed most about any murder show. Whether it's you know, could be forensic files. Could be American Justice. It's it could be a dateline all of these shows begin the same way. They had the perfect life. I've noticed this over and over again, they always described these people as having the perfect life, then look on to describe the life. And a lotta times you'll think we'll wait a minute. They had the perfect light. He was you know, a successful biology teacher, you know, she was a stay at home. Mom, they had a small lake house. They had it all. But lurking behind the American dream was American tragedy. And I think they love to set it up as they had it all, and I think Americans in probably this probably is worldwide or it may be unique to America. We love to think that this person quote had it all in the shorthand for that. I think a lot of times is that you know, this white couple that owned three cars and a boat and they lived in a house with more than three bathrooms in. They had it all and that's shows no understanding of mental illness, just, you know, domestic abuse domestic abuse, a substance abuse, it shows no understanding of any of that. And so they love to start with that. And someone could literally be. Almost homeless and these shows will say. He had a stir no Ken had a hot dog. And he had one shoe. He was living the American dream three cars, right? Everyone thought he slept in three cars. But then it all went sour when he strangled someone. Well, okay. You know, it I to me that is the that is the trope they keep handing us over and over again in that we seem to love. And I think it's why the jump in cases huge. Why initially? You know, the there was so much shot and Freud with the Sharon Tate murders at first because everyone thought with his beautiful movie star and the wife of this great director Rome plant ski, and you know, this this hairstyle is to the stars in these rich people are butchered. So it must be their fault. And it must be they had it all. But of course, they were having drug-fuelled orgies drug dealer paid them back. And it's so heartbreaking to watch the footage of Polanski. This is when everyone's still believe that long before anyone thought at the is and cross the t's which led to Charles Manson and his family. They're all he's they're saying that was not Sharon that was not her as she didn't drive pregnant incredibly good, and he's telling them all and, you know, the press kind of isn't buying it because they're like well. Yeah, you. Just did Rosemary's baby people are sick. And this is an and it was a refusal to believe in the sad randomness about that. Sorry, but that doesn't sell enough magazines either the story as they were trying to sell it is the combination of a celebrity magazine, and like pulp Hoer magazine. It's like it's the perfect story. The way they were telling it in that way. Whereas like, do you like celebrities have orgies do at Tanah drugs? Also, are you interested in murder will he this has everything? Instead of like, this is Hugh, this is massive human loss. I wonder if there's part of it too with those people who have everything and get it taken away. Which is why the stories are so good is that we, you know, kind of love to see those people get everything, you know, we love to see the downfall. Because it makes us feel better about are not having certainly wanna say part of people that want, you know, want to say. With with Klaus von Bulow, sunny von Bulow. Okay. I may not have would they have and they have so much. But look what that leads to. Yeah. So I'm content with with what I have. And that's why I say it's there's this shout and Friday to you know, almost, you know, it's it admits ancient to goes back to one of the most famous murders of all time is Caesar and Caesar's Caesar is one of the most famous conquerors of all time and he stabbed by all of his friends in the Senate and stabbed by one of his best, friends and dies in. It's like one of the most. It's very well considering that it happened almost two thousand years ago, it's such a well documented murder, and it really was. Well, look out for you know, if you fly that high. Yeah. And you try and become. To powerful. That's what happens. There's almost a comfort. I think people take from it. Then you're sitting on your little plug couch. And you're you know, like watching a special on it. And you're like, I'm fine. I don't wanna fly that high. Would never let it matches your shag carpeting, and you know, you'll plan couch out there. But you're less likely statistically to be murdered. If you own a plaid couch to know that is that true. No. But what I wonder if there if I was a celebrity, and, you know, an affable, and you are let's say an affable celebrity. Okay. Let's start just murdering on a massive scale. Does that put me on that puts me in the books, doesn't it some kind of record book? Do you want to be in that record book? I don't wanna be. Pull the knife out. Just like. They're putting pictures of me. And they're like this is Conan. We all know who he is not out there. We think he's headed to Pika. Nope. He's headed north and I'm just going on a spree. What about instead if you just start showing up to crime scenes before the cops get there? Let's pretend you scanner. And it works leave your okay, leave some of your hair at the crime scene. So they can tie to me. My hair is everywhere. Have a lot of it. And I leave it. You know, my I have another theory alongside your shouldn't free to theory and mine is because this is just my personal interest aspect is. I want to I want to see is Scooby doo. I will call it. The Scooby theory is I wanna see the monster among us unmasks. So like all those datelines when it turns out to be the doctor husband who is there on dateline to tell you. He didn't do it with his weird dead is his lack of affect in any way. And you're like hit him. Like, you're getting weird cold chills through the TV because you can tell this person's not right? And they are pro socio or psychopath. We could debate the term that's supposed to be used. But they clearly don't they think they're smarter than everybody. So they know it's fine that they go on the TV show because they're going to dictate reality. And that's the life. They've always lived to me. That's the most fascinating one. And that's sometimes why I am cheering for it to be this person that oh, that's so sad. If he's being maligned, but also it would be. Amazing if it's him because the double life leading double life and the second life being you being total monster. I think is so fascinating. So for example, Jeffrey McDonald, a green beret, you guys are both like he did that. I think so. Yeah, they've come out a million times different ways that he didn't do it. And I think no, I don't understand it. Right. I honestly don't understand it. I don't understand what you know. What gets you to chilling your wife and children like that? They see it all the time. It's really simple. It's these people, you know, it's the thing there too tightly wound than they snow. No. And I think actually the were I think that we call it snapping, but it's not fair to the victims who who would testify that. No. He was always this narcissist. He was always contrive. It wasn't him snapping. It was him like, you know, still having control over over a people over his life, and he didn't want to be in this marriage anymore. He didn't want these kids anymore had other fucking ideas, and plans and fairness viz makes me so. Crazy when so many murders, so many murders are a guy who. Yeah, I you know, I met this. I met this girl at the Bank, and she's really hot. And I've got this wife and kids and well only one thing to do. Merger think it's a minute. I have another idea you go to your wife, and you say, we got a problem, you know, and you go through a messy divorce, and I know that that's terrible say, but guess what it's so much better than going to commit murder and see that's when he percents chance I get away with this that napping. I don't think it's nothing. I think that person in his entire life has done what he wants. And does what he needs to get his way. So that's something that you, and I can't believe because we're not like that growing pretending nuts. Right. You're doing great. That's right. But you're eventually going to reveal. I'm very good at putting on the affect of someone who really understands what you're saying. And is appalled. It's the hand gestures that worked for me. I am using these hand gestures that show that I'm a creep. Everyone's gonna say we would have never suspected cone. And we've ever is it possible that I came on this pod. Cast to talk in depth and sensitive way about murder to use that as evidence later on when I murder. Yes. And you. And you'll be like gonna know he talked in a very sensitive way about murder now. Did he did he hear on her? I want to go on the record. I always thought it was a creed. Fucking. Did it I will testify against immediately. I'll slip sociopath. I think you're both in love with me. You won't slip on me. There's a there's a murder case that I became enthralled with and I actually be I took it to the next level. Which was when I was a writer and Senate live. There was this. America's most wanted that came out, and it was for John list. Yes. And John lays the best famously John list is this guy who. Had I think probably a problematic marriage. He had all these kids. He was very sort of fundamentalist orthodox religious, and he. Really he bought this massive mansion in New Jersey and couldn't really afford it. Then lost his job. He's having trouble. He's worried that his daughter is becoming sexually active is worried about his kids and losing control this family. He pretends to go to work every day that I that. So IRI he gets up everyone who's lost his job, but he goes to the train station, and he eats a sandwich reads books, and then comes home at night after his quote, long hard day of work in the whole time is doing it. No money's coming in the debts rising, and he starts to think of his plan. So what he does is he gets gun. And then he starts his morning by getting up killing his mother who lived in on. The attic kills his wife than waits one by one for his kids to come home and kills them all shoots them, and then drags all the bodies in the living room drives to the airport. I think drives JFK airport. Takes off. This is before there were like digital records of where you're going, and you don't need to show an ID casual airport. This is back. Yeah. Long in the old days good old days when a murderer could really leave space, and he leaves, and it's such a creepy story because nobody knows he had written notes to the school saying I'm taking the kids out of school. So slowly it's getting closer and closer to Christmas. The light start to go out in the house because they burn out and people notice it, and then finally policemen are called they break in the areas thing is that there was a sound system in this big mansion that was playing sort of like imagine Bach. Kind of funereal weird. You know, not weird but creepy to hear at night or kestrel funereal music and the cops break in it's dark in here this music, and they come in and they see all the bodies lined up. He's nowhere to be found. So America's most wanted does a do like a sculpture of what he would look like today. It turns out to be very accurate. Someone season says that's my neighbor. They arrest him. He has married again. And this is twenty some odd years later, maybe twenty five years later, he married again. He was starting to have trouble with her. As they will. They arrest him. He denies it until they see these identifying scars so they put him on trial in New Jersey. I'm a writer on Sirnat live, and I hear about this. And I'm just electrified by this story. So in my downtime SNL I start driving to the courthouse. Yes. Downtime. It's called summer. Wait a second. You pretending to have a job at believe every morning and go to court housemate your sandwich there. Would come back and my girlfriend at the time was like no snow money coming into now. Then she killed me stronger. But no, I went to the trial what because I was staring at this guy. And I was looking at John list, and I was staring at this guy and trying to see the evil. See it, and you know, what completely uninteresting? Yeah. A schlub a guy who I mean, I don't. There was no there. There was nothing there that satisfied me. And so I watched the trial forbid, and he just sat there, and then proceeded to be found, obviously guilty of this, you know, multiple murder. There's no death penalty. So he sentenced to life in prison. He later dies. But he gives a lot of interviews afterwards. And he says, you know, I'll see them in heaven, and we'll talk it out like a favor to his his rationale was they're going to go to hell if they keep going the way they're going. So I'm doing them a favor by murdering them. Yeah. But that was just I mean, and I am also drove to the site of the house which had burned down after the murders. No one. I don't think would live in the house. So it burned down when kids choose to break into it. Also it on down and they built a new house there. So I went to the site of the and this is before you could wicked. Pius stuff is before you could use Google maps found where the house was. So I'm a creep. This. I think this is the. The life blood of being interested in stuff like this. It's almost like we know these secret dirty stories, and there's only a handful of us that wanna talk about it. So that when we're talking just like the entire time is so hard not to basically sing it along with you. Because I did the story on our podcast. I know every word he's saying, it's the the the great onery irony. The tiffany. Late. So he's in debt. That's it. Well, I'm doing pretty well. The court. There's. Guess what? I didn't see you guys there. Hey, but there was a Tiffany original Tiffany skylight, which if he had known that he could have sold it and Ben out of debt. Yes. And and actually. More than out of debt. He would have had. He would have had a nice profit. If that was an script they'd be like you have to take that part out. It's cheesy. It's too simple. At the end. They would just have at the end of the story. They would have everyone's cleaning up the crime scene. That's interesting. What's up? What are you doing that skylight? So what big deal Tiffany? What are you saying that's worth over a hundred and forty thousand dollars really low yoed twenty. That's why killed everyone. Yeah. We'll shame slow. This guy box on heaven. This is what I love about. He was boring guy who you couldn't see that. You'll in him, which I love I'll be at a grocery store or like a party and lean to my husband who is not into murder at all like who. Here. Do you think killed someone because chances are one hundred people someone fucking killed someone which random person that looks totally normal. Do you think it is? And it's just like, I don't know. It's like electrifying me that that's what that's really what humanity person is your husband. He is the last person would suspect did. Cool. Nice. Yeah. That's the way. I would play casual hands serious casual hand kill Lincoln, one of the most acclaimed actors of our day John Wilkes booth him into the box. He'll be okay. George Clooney shot the president then ran away. Yeah. 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Now, do you know if this my whether or not it's of interest of you? I'm not sure. But people who are a podcast have decided to call themselves murdering os, which is actually a word that was taken from the Simpsons. Oh, I didn't know that. Yes. Somebody saw in. I think it's a Halloween episode of the Simpsons Flanders comes over. And he's like you say has to be Netflix. He adds nose to everything. Yeah. And so they call themselves that just saying seems to be faithful that's true that you are actually one would be the Simpsons writers that I knew back in the day have written there in a long time. There would be a number of them that would be murderer files. Just when you're in a writer's room constantly is you know, they're constantly looking for. Can we talk about something other than the script? We're supposed to be breaking. Yes. When we please. So if someone brings up a murder and people have theories that will take precedence over how do we get Bart out of this ice cream? Way way. More interesting to talk talk about is there like all I wanna talk about his cO cases and theories, and I don't I want to hear everyone's theory. I don't think I'm right ever. It's just the most fun conversation to me, especially because nobody wants to have it with you except a few of your select friends and people, you know, there was a good. I mean, I was obsessed with the JFK assassination. The one does a kid and then. This book was written called case closed and the author is second. But it came out nineteen Ninety-three Disney such a favor because I read it, and it it's so logical. When you read it, and this is going to get people angry because you cannot reason with conspiracy theories, and I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but you read it in it shows you case closed. Oh, there could only be one answer one answer, which is we Harvey Oswald. He worked in the book depository before. There was even a plan to go to Texas be any itinerary and conspiracy theorists. That's eight hundred people in the Pentagon got him into the you know, they did. Now, they didn't he's. He's a violent person he buys a rifle. He had a history of trying to kill you know, a right wing. A political leader, and he has a history of being this erotic troubled person. And you know, eighty goes to be goes to see and it's not super hard shooting on those as everyone says it is. And so that's going to get a lot of people saying, wait a minute. You've been fooled by the establishment everything. But I don't know pose think his name is Posen just wrote this great book called case closed. If you read it, and he says in the beginning, I wanted to crack this and find the murder because then I'd be really rich and famous. And the conclusion I came to against what I wanted to find was that there's no other explanation. What do you think is like is scarier more like earth shattering to you that it's just this one fucking little bit was able to change the trajectory of our entire fucking lives for generations. And generations. We don't want that to be true. It'd be so much better. If there was this insane background Lena this insane conspiracy. Because we just don't wanna think that this fucking asshole. Did you know is able to be the history always turns on this latest little flap of a butterfly's wing, you know, and I think that's something. We are very uncomfortable with the idea that we are walled with really crappy rifle, no real assassin. Would by that rifle with a bad telescopic sight. You know and happens to work that building and all the president's going by don't even think there's no evidence he had animosity towards Kennedy. It was just an opportunity. Well, what's also crazy as there's so many it makes you realize that say if that authors raider that really is the ultimate truth. We'll never know. But because there are so many conspiracy theories because if you analyze anything there's always the lady in the polkadot dress. There's always not just a red herring. But like an entirely feasible theory that standing there waiting that anyone can fellow, you know, I have a theory that if you put enough attention on any small event. You can start to take tonight. For example. I was eating at a restaurant nearby thought it was much closer than I was. And I'm always on time. I'm punctual person very punctual than doing your podcast. I don't want to be rude, but administer restaurant, and I'm with two friends of mine who work at the show. And I thought we were right next door to where we tape the cast because I've been here before we leave. And then we're but relate. And so let's say something of historic significance happened right now with the three of us, and it was just. Yeah. Exactly. Sociaux? But if you start to break down kilkare him, but no if you start to break it down and be like, wait a minute conspiracy theorists like Conan, ten minutes late. He said he was you know, didn't he was lakes? He didn't realize how far away your wool studios was Conan's taped at here. Wolf many time. We know historically, he's always on time. And he's he's on time. But wait a minute. He's Bennett here wolf. So then that's the thing. And then it's wait a minute. You know, isn't that weird that and then you start to break down like pick fifteen random things, why did he bring his head writer and his digital guy that night, you wouldn't need them for the podcast. What was going on? And then you start to go more into it. Which is why were you wearing that watch? We're a lot of. But why that one tonight you can start to tease apart anything? And that is what? Humans. Do our brains are very good humans at finding patterns. The only problem is we're really good at finding patterns that aren't there. And that's where a lot of wait a minute. There were nine people in Dealey plaza with blow blow darts, and you know, mortar shells and thirty five different rifles. And if you look at all of our stones movie what he's really kind of positing at the end involves about seven hundred fifty people. All all the way to the time, all of whom would be instantly famous and rich. They went on Oprah anytime in the eighties and said, okay. Here's what happened any other children their spouses anyone like. All well, however, though, have to admit, sir, hands are hand, a straight up fuck in MS thirteen mind control, right? I don't know. I listen to that. I wasn't to the podcast on. On that one. And I think you don't I mean, I don't I don't buy that now than I he was in the kitchen at the embassador, he fired the gun and then admitted to it has a dire that says RFK must die and if they've managed to make conspiracy theory out of that which involves him being a robot. Yes. Which had an interesting interestingly involves the plot of the Frank Sinatra movie almost to the letter you think give robot Frank Sinatra. Yeah. That son of a bitch should be going down that guy language, please. I think also what's interesting these days because a social media, and there's so many it's almost like all the conspiracy. There's are together on message boards now just proving each other. Because to me, that's what most of all the true crime talk on any of those kind of websites are now read it or whatever it's people going. We'll here's this theory and trying to pass that along and people just being like, boom, boom, boom. And having the proof in that. Here's the yearbook. Here's the year. Here's the police report. And that's there's all these people that are now acting like they work for police departments because they can just go through files, and they have the access. It's fascinating. So it's almost like Kerr tailing some of that. I hope so I think as I you know, we live in this. Autumn's razor the most obvious answer is usually the right one. And I think we have this need that that's too obvious. So there's a reason I, you know, what's interesting to me is that the police detectives real season detectives, they're usually working off probability. So they know when a when a we've all heard the nine one one calls where a husband's like, I just came home. My wife, I don't understand my wife, and when they get there, they know that now sometimes this is to the detriment of solving the crime, but the overwhelming majority of the time is they're working off of you know, what I've done this a thousand times. And so we really need to drill down on this guy. I eliminate him because eighty five percent chance this. Guy, and he has a story about a guide rest of Santa Claus coming down the chimney with a machine gun, and he just got home, and he was decided to go and get a hamburger at three in the morning, which he never does drill down on that guy and work off of statistics. I and I think that's why season. Detectives are so good at most the time we've gotten past the days of like the as you said earlier like the Lindbergh kidnapping where. Where the the police and the press show up at the exact same time and everyone's walking around smoking cigarettes, filming it tech touching every touch everything. And Charles Lindbergh is saying I'm taking charge of this case so respect Charles Lindbergh at they let him, and it's just a mess. I also think it's interesting the maybe reversal of that which is those experienced detectives that when they come face to face with a true psychopath don't recognize it because they're the perfect cloaking animal that those they're like we don't like him for it doesn't give he doesn't make the hair on the back of my next stand up, whatever we're comes back. Effect or the and then the opposite is I was in. The husband isn't grieving that the way that they expect someone to grieve. And so they look at the or they look at the husband as the person who did it. He's crying. Right. That's also a mean, that's disturbing. When people have to mourn, a certain your or your murderer. Unfortunately, I mean, they are most of the time. Those people, and then you when you look at the shows later on it's showing to see the footage when later on when when they've later on confessed, and they've they're in they're doing a life sentence. And they finally say I did it and you go back and you look at them saying just want her back. Yeah. I know she's out there Steph. If you can hear me, it's you look at them. And you think I, you know, that's. Do that either. But I feel if you've ever taken a like a scene class in north Hollywood you see that acting in. You're like, no, no, no, this isn't real because it's no one is that good of an actor unless excuse me. I was trained in north excuse me. That is why I'm coming right now. I took those classes to become a merged to become the murder that you want to be. Don't you wanna do you have a head shot? Need to learn how to say Steffi Steffi not the play. Thinker prints off too. That's real creepy. So creepy in your face into a smooth surface. Why I hate and I'm among call so much just the acting is so bad when it someone that's guilty and pretending it's just the most cringing horrifying like people. Don't act like that. When there truly in panic, and I. Outing. I'm dying to thing where we play, you know, three nine one one calls of a husband and two of them. Didn't do it in one did. And can we fucking tell which one didn't do it? You're swearing listen. Offensive. So with my prese. No. But I think that would be also here with you head writer. He's busy Murray. No that would be chilling because we'd all get it wrong. Totally. And and you know, I think I mean imagine being on the jury of a murder case you would and knowing that it must be so hard. Because unless I'm guessing if you're in that experience in the person clearly did it, but whatever sponsor -bility to have to look at people and say, no, they're lying. And so I will help you either be put to death or go to life for prison comes down a lot of times to who can afford a good defense attorney. You know, it's like who has a prosecutor better than the defense attorney because that's that's gonna decide at more than did. You actually do it skews me. Pretty standard actually in the navy. We are we setting. This is the podcast enlisting with Karen, Georgia. We should have told you earlier. He's so many I on. I have a little these oils that help me from fainting. Vapors fan swearing's upsetting vicious murder. Nice through size, not you're there. I'm there. I'm there for murder, but. That's not how I raise. Fantasy when you. When you told the story of John list, and you were gonna smell I thought he was a really good gag. He come up with stuff so fast. I thought in my mind I began to see a sketch like one of those fake commercials of something that had to do without spinning head. Because that I saw that happen real time on three dimensional wax clay head. It was so it's such a specific visual ever do anything with did. You know, we didn't do never doing without someone else. Did. Okay. I was fascinated by that that they into and it worked really came up with this is what he should look like at a neighbor said, guess what? That's gary. Yeah. Let's Gary very he's a he's local murderer himself on this. And that's totally. On me wouldn't be John Lewis. No way. Should we do a fucking array skews me the name of the segment we always closed the show with a thing that we're really happy about. Oh, yeah. So we try to do the positive version of. Yeah. Just anything to counteract the story when we tell to murder stories in a row than we feel like it's a good idea to kind of mentioned something that you're stoked about. That's not death. Yeah. Do you think you have one of those anything bring joy, you can go third. You just mentioned, and this is just came to me. But I've got this new podcast. Conan O'Brien needs a friend, and you can just get it anywhere where podcasts are free, and you swipe up and there's no murder on this podcast. But it's a lot of fun. And I think you'll enjoy it Conan O'Brien needs friend available wherever but casts are free. That was gonna be my. Podcasts. And also I try to keep the swearing to a minimum. Good luck with that. You're keeping your podcast. The original name was Conan O'Brien needs a fucking. I think he would've would've done better. I think you're right to say a fucking hurry. This week for my favorite new podcast Conan O'Brien has no front, which is this funny. Little thing. This guy's doing. He's short. He's got dark hair. Really? He's the opposite of the literal opposite. Conan o'brien. Wow. That's have any just talks. Let's see. He doesn't say a word. He just mutters and he, but he's very sexually liberated. Issues. Single way. I don't know. I just I think most humans are good. I'm going to say that seriously. I do think most humans are good most humans don't murder, it's the it's the tiny minority of us that do murder, and I think most people respect him in life. And I think I mean, that's something don't you think that's something we should end on as positive percents. Hold onto that. Yes. You know? Sorry. Let's fuck in hold onto that. Because I think that's what's on that. But. I wanna say mine this week for real is. I just watched yet another cloak loyal ear implant video where Baid no, not the the operation happening. Oh, the baby for the first time here. It's mother's voice. I'm telling you you lineup like four of those and you'll be good to go for the day. You'll be crying. But it's the most beautiful like maybe that does kind of circle back to podcasting. But it's the heat the human voice the effect. It has babies and people who haven't heard anything, it's so magical to watch someone experienced that for the first time, it's beautiful. It's really good. And I invented it. That's beautiful. I think the only thing that I can top that. With is. If you see a really good Colombo with Peter fall from the seventies, really one more thing. I mean, I would watch that over all. And he did it with a frigging glass. I and just jacked up teeth. Exactly true. No one else can do that. I'm sorry to say, I'm sure your thing is moving to with the kids and the hearing. I mean, maybe you're he's on his game. Thing is I'm sure it's great on your pocket. Listen when I do is challenged people and make them feel bad about their choice. Right. My podcasts. Cool. Cool. Well, we're sociopaths. So good luck with that. There's a chance one of you murder me. I'm just trying to figure out and it's going to be. Not. Although I'll get you out. What if that were held up in court? Well, we find no choice. We must let you go. Which should we give him the sociopath test? You may have heard of this all ready. Okay. I'm ready to go. Oh, it's probably because I'm entertainment business. That's that's a woman goes to funeral. Yes. I don't think I got this right yet. One goes to a funeral. That's like a family member there. She sees a very attractive, man. And she doesn't get his fingers. For non remember? And she doesn't get his info a month later. They're another member of her family dies and there at the funeral together. Again. How did the? More. This is a test of us telling stories you guys are terrible Inc. In your this is your specialty right is describing crime and murder. So wait a minute. Let me see if I can do this. Okay. Someone has lost a family member. Right. So they go to the funeral. Yes. And there's this handsome person there. The next time they go they see that. They've lost someone else. Who's also from their family. Yeah. Yes. Okay. Maybe they see that same person that person that they're seeing is in the casket that person is dead now. Not great. It's really not a great. I don't get this wording is incorrect. But essentially, it's the socio about test because they said people who are sociopaths will get it immediately. And they'll go they killed their other family members. So they could meet that person. Again, you didn't tell it, right. Yeah. I didn't I didn't tell them. I didn't tell this. I've killed people to get closer to people. This doesn't count. You know what I've looked into confessions in podcasts. Not admissible. It's a it's a podcast. That's popular with millennials. It's not admissible. I feel us. That's pretty cool. Yeah. No. I know I've done this nothing you're cooler than being popular rails, though. That's right. Well, they're all freelance, generally, they're all listening there will hats unicycles, and they're. Mustache, raise mustaches in razor scooter and they're eating their cashews. I don't know. Why said cashews it has no doesn't apply. Delicious funding that was a the plug. Wasn't it for your new cashew company? Are you working for big cash? I'm in the pocket of big out. Thank you for being on really fun. This Anki for having me. I do mean it light to come back because I murder as been asked anyone who knows me. It's the theme in my life surprised. And I love that knowing that we would love to talk to you more because I feel like we barely scratch this. I have so many murders. We can talk about. So that was a yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay. The sad thing will be when your listeners complained why is counting on for the ninth time. That's awesome. You'd be are like Burt Reynolds was a regular on. Carson so many people were regulars on Carson's trip Reynolds, buddy. Hackett? I'll be there, buddy. Hackett? Okay. Yeah. That suits humour. George segal. Oh, yeah. Claire. Didn't do come. On course, Daley. Okay. What? It can be one of the two Carson nine times. That's impressive. Cancel cancel it. Are we are we wrapping it I think so so you're incredibly confusing ten fail. It was a test. And you know, you guys test because you couldn't tell it failed. Together, we together, I think that's the joy of podcast. Stay sexy and don't get murdered give. L this. You wanna cookie? Cookbook. Your next year. 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#41: Mr. Kool Kat Schnazzy Pants Back-to-School School

Classic Countdown Conversations

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

#41: Mr. Kool Kat Schnazzy Pants Back-to-School School

"Film i'm so excited why because the summer is coming to an end and fall is about to start and you know what that means. You know what i think i do know but tell me you know you go ahead. I'll give you the pleasure of saying. No more hot opens no more hot open now. I don't care about the weather. I don't don't care about the change of seasons. I'm just so excited that we don't have to keep up the stupid running joke anymore about the hot opens but we gotta keep doing it next year yeah but next episode will be september and we can go back to our cold opens very excited very accelerating finally cold opens opens when they used to be like thirty seconds long yeah remember when they used to be like fun and people listen passed them out. It was like in the laugh yeah. They had they laugh. It would give them just a glimmer. It'd be like oh. My goodness is upset. You're gonna be so funny. How those scalawags are so so funny but you know the end of summer also means the end of summer break which means people people that go to school goal for you and i. It's like good news good news yeah. There's teenage brad's won't be driving around during the day anymore. Finally they are so i look and uh-huh only been out of high school for a few years now by look around and i see them. I see these high school and i'm like and i'm like i cannot stand you being on on the road right now. I can't look like children they are they were children. They look like eleven year olds by anyways getting off topic. I think today's episode should be like back to school tips. Okay what i dig that kind of like a back to school school. Oh okay oh. Hey you know what what i think. I've got an episode title idea for that. Oh okay yeah my co workers have been. They've got this cool nickname for me all right here. Yeah i do it. Actually it's it's <hes> mister cool cat snazzy pants. Oh my gosh oh my word. What is what's going on. What's the crap. Who are you missed a coup where philip go and today's episode food is about back to school school <music> <music> when the world what just happened. Where did you put philip. What are you talking about. My favorite. My friend philip in the world is going on here. Don't worry about failed. It'd be bad okay. We got some back to school school. Okay i. I don't don't you're wanting to do tips with me of course okay i. I don't have a list. I kind of have a list. Okay you listen. You brought it already proof daniel okay i will learn. I'll sit back and i learned today day than i would under one condition though after you say how many do you have ten ten tips to dan ten okay after you say your ten tips you bring my brother-in-law back philip. Okay okay okay. Okay okay okay. Let's let's just divert in bonds or later does. Is it cummerbunds or lederhosen. What does that just just just that. It's just a fact no no no way. Can you wear both at one time. I suppose you okay yes. Why what is that hell so they're so cool. Oh come on come on. It's like the like that sash thing that goes around your abdomen okay and then leader hosing are like it's like german over yeah. Okay okay so just as you're going back to school. Just where we are are one or both of these things and people just just like you. Okay yes all right. Yes okay okay all right yeah number nine with all disagree with authority figures. How is that i'd say okay me three okay all right. Do you have like a first name or my name is okay all right. Can i call you now. Okay all right mr cool catch as pants. I need that homework done by tomorrow aro morning. Oh oh wait now. Oh <hes> disregarded all day. Well mr mr cool cat schnauzer pants if you do that. I'm gonna fail you. Are you wink. Wink think yes <hes> if you if you keep we cannot mu. I'm gonna send you down to the principal's office. What what was the but you lost losing losing disregard all day okay all right. I don't know i don't know about that one but <hes> you're the oh you're the one that brought the list so i guess we'll just go with it will okay what's like yoga in this list. I guess so okay. Let's what what's next number eight move like no word and day. It's like there's no now dumb. Move those hips like no other. Is that what you said. That's dance like there's no tomorrow. I think you're catching all okay. I i like that is is it the stance that you've been doing most of the time you've been here host of. I guess you've been doing the entire time. I've never stopped. Okay <hes> so i. I don't know if it's okay with you kind kind of take a video of union this and no no oh no. I can't take video visible to the camera okay so no. I won't show up on my video. No okay als this okay so what we're gonna do then is. We're gonna take a video of me. Replicating that dance and we'll put it out on the patriot t replicate this dates yeah <hes> that way if you pay our our patriot if you donate money you can see mr cooper snazzy pants <hes> back to school dance that will make you cool. I guess very very very very cool. Okay very very very very very cool. Okay all right. I do like the dance you can. You can sit down. There's a chair right there now. Oh okay all right. Just keep doing the dance. I guess now but seven number seven back close specifically typically from the year nineteen eighty two okay now eighty-one okay not anti-nato three night that teenager foale matt nineteen eighty-seven not nat nat from nineteen ninety ninety okay yeah lutely agree with that so so basically kind of distress mc fly show okay puffy vest. I'm good with that g gashes i._q. Shoes yeah okay dow dot skateboard wheels float in the sky. I'm okay <hes>. I don't think that's possible but it's okay. It doesn't have anything to do with our tire so just like just like murga mc fly. Okay okay okay all right okay. Yes sir all right all right. That's catcher now number six ignore. Oh your previous friends from years past. I'm i certainly see a trend here that every other one of your advice is bad. I know it's not i don't get how is a good thing you get. You've you've worked hard to make these friends right. Talk me okay well. It's so easy to be well mister. We're friends. Hey shut up. Why asked mr cooper sometimes. Sometimes people have to work really hard to make friends so why would they just throw them away. There's no need to have oh old friends when you need new friends but you wouldn't need new friends. If you just keep your you get rid of the old news friends and and you get new news friends i don't. I don't see the logic. This cool cat school for one. You need to get new news rents. Ed's okay all right whenever you don't understand. I don't understand this. Don't will want to dwell on it but okay so we can just move past it. You know what's real. What's real cool. Pay pan pay- paying up for patriarch. Oh come on awesome guys here. Okay yeah <music>. I'm glad that you like patriot. <hes> ca-catch pants was go. What is cool was goo. What getting kahad this news yeah. We offer had the season offer behind the scenes. Yeah deleted needed audio from our episodes. Yeah what else we do yeah. We offer a mug home. What's real cool. Friendship friendship is well cheap. <music> reds are not cool new friends. I don't think he'd get it. Okay <music> paying a hundred dollars. Just just pay one hundred. That's my favorite britt tier that we have is. I'm rich tear. Oh we've finally agree very clever. It's good. It's cool any real nice. Oh oh my gosh okay change. Change my name i are you have not thought about that. I i like my name. Yeah daniel you do know what was your given name before. You took on the name. Mr kukoc never had another oh another name. I've never had an okay. What would you okay. What would you consider a good name for me to change your mind to mr. Dan snow'll module really mr dance snow module e no no no no no no no no now dan dan snow snow snow snow stahl stole small small jam kam jam full full li li okay. Why is it's cool. Okay ever heard anybody else. They visited dance no jam so you're you're just everyone everyone just changed their name to mr and then a four word sentence afterwards but that gently okay but they go. I have no no more words number. Okay well yeah number. Four how famous friends have famous friends okay funny. You mentioned that <hes> fill up the man that you disintegrated or teleported way what we did to him is a secret. He's <hes> he's he's actually related to rob lowe so rob lowe. Yeah you think rob lowe is famous. He is famous who's on the west wing parks and rec accused. Hardly fabius competitive math famous rennes will who's your famous friends loopy cover worse of course pekao teleport me awake philip which is b. two peas in the pod <music> here on all goldberg and my best read and i have a all right here. Oh yeah okay. Let's wrap up <music>. Oh i don't know mr cooke has shown. It'll be back up. She didn't pick up because such good friends with number three all right. How do you make friends with these famous. People okay okay number three. What is it w someone else okay all right. What what what what just is on okay you try. Try to be someone else. So you change your your name your parents now what your personality of course how why what good does that do cooler than seeing someone. That's cool and just being okay. That didn't make any logical or says all right look. I think it is not getting you know. It's not cool you. We just not getting it to be uneducated. Oh let me paint you a picture about this works all right imagine daniel daniel daniel he's he's. He's a cool cat at school. He's out of the tap of the stays gay and you say what's this fools weakness a- and you realize is the knee the knee alright eight so what you go for the knees not right then okay. You wait a moment okay cool cats. Oh okay patients. They wait for the best in you. Wake cord cooper's the beat in holly. Grab them all right any you say sticky knees. You say you do all right and they know then not them no longer. They know that you mean business at that point. That's right okay and guess what what you're not boring all day. No more okay you wa stickiness l. No mr stickiness no oh mr excellent now okay mr dan snow jam fully ari how amaze does not be. I don't know i don't know about that one. I don't know about most of what you've said. It doesn't make much sense to me at all what has made sense <hes> the dancing okay <hes> catching oh nine hundred eighty two clothing catching. Oh nothing more well amd patriot what catching on let's give daniel a round of applause. Oh oh okay all right that that feels pretty good s. pretty cool. Isn't it yeah coming from leased. Okay clap when someone does something good. Oh okay so just give wreckage clap. Okay guess what what i can make anybody oh by white it just telling them to or do you want to try not really sad oh. What do do you want to know. I don't know dan. You are the lights dimming in the room. Yeah sure okay okay. Oh what the heck. What are you doing the meat. Oh jeez that feel really weird. I didn't like it too bad that was there was number two number cool as forgetting your lists now what what what muslim why mr khoo cash is. Your pants makes noises to get people's attention. You have not even making that noise oldest. I was was yuppie hours planting z. Okay that see jeff core oy avoi- goal of coolness. Yes okay so what does that do. How does that help. When you're going back at school. Have you thought about anything but the known that that has been on the top think about okay correct about this call hash brothers hash this again so he is and then it gets people's attention. You can't oh my okay so i have to make up my own then yeah well. Did you like that. Ah loved it okay and it just gets people's. Attention makes can't stop thinking about you okay. They're kind of like on edge a little bit of mystery. It's intriguing. I look at you and they say was doing okay and then doing little to do eight yeah. They wake up in the middle of that can't stop thinking about okay. <hes> you what i'm thinking no. I want you to get out of here in philip come back so you promised i <hes> some is get rid of you. Yes say his name philip now is full name filibuster mao his full name philip joseph ostro were now no no no white middle initial philip j australia now why just telling me what to say mr mr after say mr at the beginning getting alcoa's okay well mr koch schnauzer pants. Thank you for being here. I guess i'm kind of tired of being in anyway and thank you for the advice mr phil jay phillips. Oh you're back. I'm back yeah jesus joe. Oh okay <hes> yeah. Something just really strange changes happened like they can just be sitting here this whole time. I can't believe it. I don't what are you talking about. Let's <hes> let's go into the other other room and let's listen back to this entire episode what's going on. What do you mean the episode that i just recorded with a different guy so <hes> right after you said nickname from work <hes> big old lightning bolt came down for data got ta like is a._m. And then a new guy human the the.

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The Story of People with Travis Chambers, Chief Media Hacker and Founder of Chamber.Media

Marketing Trends

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

The Story of People with Travis Chambers, Chief Media Hacker and Founder of Chamber.Media

"Hello and welcome to marketing trends. This is producer Ben Wilson Today's episode features and interview with Travis Chambers Chief Media Hacker at I'm Alec Baldwin and you're listening to marketing trends and the Leeds art week old brands like Johnson and Johnson Procter and gamble. You know all these fortune five hundred brands that we've all grown up with in our viral videos which is always fun we're GonNa Talk About Your Company Chamber Media and We're GONNA talk about some before we get in any of that Travis had you get into marketing the first voice Oh my dad was a sales guy at Monsanto which virtually gave everyone cancer and much more enjoy marketing trends is created by the team at mission dot org and sponsored by salesforce part B. Typically focusing on BBC or direct to consumer about building scalable social video ads. Why did you come up with this focus this in order to have aggressive growth so I'll give one example like I went into digital marketing when digital ads men's to compete on this scale growing a big brand used to take ten twenty thirty years now there are consumer packaged goods most in most cases are grandparents have grown up with they're all being disrupted with new challenger brands these are challenger brands have never been able aurelie learn more by visiting dot dot com slash podcast or click the Lincoln the show notes here's your host Ian face on and and start the company to begin with it all comes from the philosophy that you've got to be in the fast growing and newer space And they choose not like there's not a lot of face to face personal pressure like the old way of selling so I kinda just always knew from a young age that the welcome to marketing trends I mean phase on chief content officer here mission dot Org and we are in an undisclosed location in San Francisco I'm competing with forty fifty sixty year olds competing with veterans which means I'm not gonna be able to progress the same thing is true with direct to consumer brands we have all these houses only accounted for three percent of all media buying states because I knew go into if I go into television if I go into the traditional ad world a way that you can use videos in your in your daily as you're as you're looking at videos in your daily repertoire here selling and it's it's the new way to sell you know no one wants to be a good old boy salesman because they're going by the wayside so marketing is the way you can reach millions brands that are growing two billion dollars within four or five years they're almost behaving in some ways like tech and it's not because the products be created from essentially idea through revenue in such a such a fast scalable manner and ultimately like the people this conference calls for some reasons twelve year old kid does interested in that so those kind of it and it just it just kind of one thing led to another in marketing automation on the world's Number One crm are you ready to take your bb marketing to new heights with markets can find nurture leads close more deals and maximize are even in the same realm of revolutionary or innovative as tech tech its own crazy world but it's because they can go to market you see that you know that company getting bought for I think six hundred million you see the speed in which a direct to consumer company can fortunately I found a niche that really needed in the marketing space you are working with some really interesting founders spaghetti a lot of money into it what are you seeing from the video standpoint that makes video a clear opportunity you know everybody was talking about pivoted video a few years ago and everybody people under the age of seventy that are using it that frequently and so these social platforms have unprecedented data on people and we've all seen Ed marketing was probably what I was GonNa do and did all those marketing competitions and my dad would bring me on like they're boarded advisor stock report meeting it was really at the center of that I mean how many people do you know that use facebook and youtube more than a few hours a day I mean it's over eighty ninety percent of the controversy we also soccer Berg testified in front of Congress the amount of data is so deep any rewards card that you use it was just a giant operation so now with social video you can get straight to people you know with audiovisual that's optimal anything about us and the reason people get so creeped out thinking that facebook's listening to them is because the ad the data so intuitive that these platforms no before you even go look for it and they can prospect essentially we call it prospecting where you're going out and you're in a way that's never before impossible yeah you know retarding about Rx Pars Eight one before for we recorded and at Retailers Nielsen Data about media that you consume that you watch any credit cards that you've used that that is all being which is less creepy so I'm going on Google and I'm saying I really need an AC unit right I'm putting that out in the universe that I need this but now sold anonymously to Google and facebook and these other social media companies and their engineers may not be able to necessarily go and see your individual Affleck show over another or one news report over another and so that goes into this anchor video which introduces you to the brand entertains you of energy put into something that's unusual that that relates with you that surprises you is unlike what you're used to seeing dollarshaveclub video right it could be anywhere from one to five minutes it's it's typically higher production really high writing quality there's been a lot the people who are in market they're the perfect customer for you and they're just lined up and so this has never been before been possible Oh for new travels is GonNa Skip Day man it is a great day and we're going to talk about some scalable is that can be any length of format you want it could be five minutes it could be five seconds you can serve it whenever you want however you want pro grammatically and then you can target and some need to see a before and after there's dozens of different types of creative that persuade different types of people and we even gotten to the point he's facebook knows what you want before you do and it's evolved utilize five years because five years ago it was all contextual and search based in in a way that's never before been possible so the efficiency of reach has completely changed and social and what we've found is right now two thousand nineteen what's working the best is is having an anchor video which is what you would think of when you see it asks you to buy your educated about this thing and most importantly you remember it and then underneath that there's a whole sequence of videos yeah so we've we've tested dozens and I mean well protested thousands of pieces of creative we call it quantitive creative our we've tested and we've we've kind of concluded that there's actually two camps of people psychologically that by we're running these are brilliant marketers like they have figured out opportunities they're seeing different ways to optimize adspend and they're investing based on what these executives liked subjectively and maybe some focus groups and we all know focus groups can be pretty inaccurate sort the point now where you can create I need so for some people they need to see testimonials for some people they need to see product demos others they need to see press and credibility and social proof is okay this is actually really hard to do really expensive some curious like why video and when we say video we're talking like social video because file on the data that they have on you 'cause it's anonymous it's encrypted but the platform in the program can so these platforms no back but I just raised is just in my blood so kind of just knowing it'd be in marketing is the convergence of entertaining people but also is only about a five year period and that's because all of these social platforms were hungry for users anything their algorithm deemed consuming an ad it's just been created optimized differently and so so it takes it takes all of these things and so it's become much more sophisticated so you know is there some sort of calculation that you all look at for static adverse video ad versus a Gif things like that high quality content that would bring people the platform they would give tons of preference in tons of reach well that's never happened before in media south of people's gut reaction to a piece of copy or a piece of content when there's no need to do that anymore right like I'm really curious to see like and can do that then that means the brand can be trusted in the product is quality but then you have this other camp of people I would say are more skeptical they wanna feel with different messaging so we found that about half of people respond to something that's really well produced in beautiful and impressive because they assume that if the brain like you've got seventy years of TV you've got over one hundred years of radio and you've never been able to just if you can convert than you could spend tens of millions of dollars behind that asset and that's now scalable asset it's a pretty boring like they've found it or discovered it in the wild they want they want something that's raw that feels authentic of an organic and sadly most of these people don't realize they're still makers fun because there's a lot of excitement amount around making hits you know it's like being a home run hitter well it's fun to get something for nothing yeah that's awesome rated TV ads used to be used to run you know when I was at Crispin Porter but Guskey you'd have a team of like fifty people working on eight applebee's spots for the year that varies based on what your product and brand is but under that you're running really anything that is going to convince people now have been introduced you to give them everything thousands of assets and test people's credit cards because credit cards don't lie it's pretty interesting you look at something like the movie industry or or whatever it is sesame in hearing in sticks out from the fray the barrage of the thousands of messages we get a day it's it's it's all the same components of why you would watch one you know forty years ago if you wanted to compete in the snack bar space you had to have the capital to take out TV by then you had to have the inventory to fulfill it right saying and people will share it organically well there's no way that's GonNa last these companies are taking on huge burn rate facebook in good on Youtube and then they're they're having shareholders there has to be a profitable business so the reason that something has to be scalable what are some of those things that you've noticed that allow things to be scalable you intentionally don't use the word viral over that's all there is now the very very little true journalism happening in my opinion totally I mean it's it's brutal I mean it's you'll get ads now that really aren't that funny aren't that shocking aren't that interesting but for whatever reason they work the convert the message converts people and one off thing like as good as we talk about how great the Dollar Shave Club like anchorage was and that's one of the memorable pieces of I'm curious why what you think make something scalable and why you look at scalable rather than viral if there was a brief period where variety was really attractive all the time we do viral stunts to get attention yeah totally you know and you could build companies with that but now like people just don't trust saying that and get earned media but the idea is like there's a cost benefit analysis to focusing on that headcount the you put into it and if you're direct to consumer bring idea right let's tested rate and then find the thing that works and then pour money into it rather than being hitmaker right like being hit that was really funny the other day were somebody got a show Greenland by studio and then they went to the like ep and what that means is if it can convert you you can attribute profitable revenue from that that that means it's scalable forgotten and are not memorable we talk about marketing these to be remarkable and the truth matters like to stand out to be something remarkable if you're building something that is you know and you'd have this huge bureaucratic and political process in deciding and and and these ads weren't optimized based on how the front optimized and it's not as fun when you're paying for Cam units like the same thing as as as pr right we're going to try to leverage something report we know that all of these things than what we can optimize towards something that we can build a scalable model around that can be repetitive and continuous and remarkable in some way crazy which that makes it even more impressive yeah right but I think but you look at you like the movie swingers like that was shot for under five hundred thousand dollars like the point ends in products like you'll get you get a lot of people who are chasing the same message or the same trendy product category meanwhile there's some category that's saying that yellow sad to see that the business model doesn't necessarily catch up with with the impact that it can create and having you know journalists be in my hundred grand yeah but so it but it speaks to I think this idea that well if that's the case and we know the quality is still important we know that writing is extremely not sexy like credit repair or something like that and they're just like laughing all the way to the bank and they're never going to be an ad week they're never going to be you know what I mean for this five year window for the first time ever everyone thought Oh this democratized social media stuff is free we can get posted oh and he feels like there's no way any studio to prove this but like this is the it's the same sort of thing in a large organization where you're going worked with that have done really well so I'd say solving pain has been a big learning over the dozens and dozens of you know is rising journalism debt yeah they talked about the people have gone to the dark side to pr right journalist go to the PR side the dark side took over the fabric of society. But you know what I nine thousand nine hundred if you do something superstar anti or let's say two thousand five right you've still got a lot of big websites because we did this chamber and and sometimes I I've seen the some of the stuff that's not very sexy really does well and and it's all about performance and even the same thing with like Brown products and brands that we've we worked on selling and we see that it's a want or it's kind of like a luxury good it could be a struggle but if performance is the new sexy in my opinion but you're not going to share those lessons with people right a lot of people are if they find the the channel that's working of media of the last five years or maybe a little bit longer that's hard to do right like really really really hard to do shot that for seven grand that's going to speak to the customers issues or we're going to do stuff that makes us feel good as marketers right yeah and I think that's whether you're in house an empathetic way were you feel makes you feel good yet you're still you're still showing the disparity in in your still showing the pain that you can solve I mean that's marketing really solves pain it'll usually sell so we've had success with skin care you'll do anything specifically acne you'll do anything put content on a platform and get reached for free if you to do radio by two TV by your company your brand product it only exists in what you pay for sick paying so much money to an H. Back Guy who's coming into your home doing high pressure sale they just want to install themselves in their hot no one can stand being says when you WANNA be swale and you're in that you're in that part of life and that frame of mind like it's a need you know and if you access that pain is a company director of marketing at a company or wherever you are as marketers we always get caught up in our subjective vanity press the same way they used to so it just doesn't have the same effect yeah and I think an it's a twenty four hour news cycle and it's like what Kardashian could outdo have to show the problem and the solution but that's what we've seen like the biggest successes Mr Cool to do it Yourself A. C. Unit people are to sell a workout supplement mean that's like the most commoditised thing there's gotta be over ten thousand brands so exact same stuff but the truth is and the studio K if you go talk to the GP then then we're good to go and they went pitch the EP and they didn't know they had already got approved by the studio you know like we all want to be working on the cool sexy thing right we wanna get pressed for what we're doing we all want ad press or marketing press but that's a big really sick of disparaging ads that make you feel incomplete like you're not good enough and I like the new marketing is is relating with you in in that need you'll sell and pull fence DIY is another one and by the way these are all companies that we've doubled or tripled that are optimized to drive sales in the right kind of combination and sequence and then running those ads proficiently right the right kind of Iran you don't have time for any of that right PR's changes in the same way we had a completely doesn't eleven finishing my journalism major to get rid of adult acne yeah right that's not a one that's a need and getting to the heart of that message is really important the other thing I've seen too is people are the revenue in the last two years and that's using using video or using social video ads so creating a suite of videos video ads that's like we spent so much money on this shoot we really thought about it we really crafted the message allow were focus on this on for a long period of time you take transparent labs they're a pre workout supplement brands like protein pre workout you would think it would be impossible identify it but but yeah it's it's paid I mean if you don't pay for the distribution it's really not worth doing it at all I think about that companies cut early for no reason other than we wanna change like successful ads that they've been running on TV customer pain point and people this is really going to resonate with people and then they kinda get crickets and don't spend the money to promote the asset because I feel like rowdy was possible you're talking like a lightning strike of lock I mean you're still buying a ton of dry I mean you look at like the thirty million you know have videos hundred New York Times in some cases probably I mean which is crazy she probably desert no Yeah I mean I think that you know a lot of those things come and I do you feel like there is an element of if you build it they will come from people who are making really well themselves exactly right so I'm curious what are some of the things that you speaking of that what are some of the things that you've seen in the companies that you've hardening like pull fence diy you get this message. I have a pool and my young child could drown I mean that's pretty harsh yeah like always on video ads now as something that you know like we've talked about this a ton on the show just about how many ads McDonald's and starbucks combined and it's frigging I don't understand it it's chicken on bread but that campaign they've been beating for four years or whatever that people actually enjoy that have that are connected story that are consistently getting in front of people and then they changed the ad campaign to something and did the ad buy in the viral seating Kobe versus messy still stays most violent of all time according to time and I have a survey the KNBR dot media on this episode Travis shares how he drives engagement through genuine human connection how he's been able to drive hundreds of millions of us with sharable social videos the best example might be chick-fil-a that eat more chicken thing has been running forever forever chick-fil-a does more revenue than a subway in two hundred and fifty million like those all got popular and then got boatloads of money dumped into them as soon as they were popular. Yeah exactly I mean like Don ship right yeah which is not a thing that you have TV right. I don't know I mean I'm not sure I know I mean I'm saying never gotten sick of Geico ads really different for no real reason and so pretty much studies have shown that almost always cut tour it's rare that an ad is cut to too late demand and that that other ten percent or fifteen percent of earned media that gave it a lot of credibility is like a social movement that a lot of people walking down the street to see words accolades we need to make some more stuff but we we've seen to your point we've seen stuff last for a year and a half two years before fatigues grant we've seen other stuff that it's like a pretty compelling cell and so those are the things that were saying we're heading into a recession to that's going to be even more important the first thing people are going to cut our wants views and three and a half million shares but as far as it was as hugest Larry's we had like ninety percent of the views were still paid yeah of course there's some amount of that that's still kind of the catch of like oh well we can we can hit gold on this and get get rowdy from it yeah I mean that's that's debt it's over and even win exempt eight months but we'll go re cut that stuff for facebook we'll recap the algorithm thinks it's new because the truth is with social with Social Youtube did they came up so this is the most viral out of the decade we had Kobe Bryant we had Lionel Messi but neither of them had ever had an ad on Youtube eight million Jews and this thing got over one hundred forty five million horse for so long and they just got a new agency and they're doing some new stuff but it's like but yet but that's that's I think the point that I think where I'm but he sees are telling companies we need to make more stuff we totally exactly right and the CMO's are saying I need I need to get more award rhythms is once something starts to get too high frequency they'll start to de prioritize it because they don't they don't want people seeing the same thing over and over again and getting annoyed no he's not but that's what that's what I'm saying is like you know especially when you see certain companies now that they actually have the ability to run the same ad one thousand dollar video they spent they spent tens of millions behind that asset and whereas Christmas develop the content strategy character then like make them a three dimensional character make that person have an episodic journey that you could run for one hundred episodes for example going with this is that we talk about how if you're going to create an ad and you're gonNA put the effort into creating like a static image ad or maybe like a ten second product demo or maybe like a one second testimonial those things fatigued much quicker because occur more creatively with social if there's a actually we actually done studies you can actually spend less money than someone else but if you're at they're not highly produced they're not well written and there's not a lot of entertainment value there so something small that's like a simple thing you can you might get fatigue on it so I've seen as fatigue happens when you saturated your audience so there are some products that are easier to saturate than others like think five or six times the frequency they're going to start to probably get a little irritated after that unless it's really really good like how many times can you listen to toxic by Britney Spears how many times can you listen to Bohemian rhapsody by Queen Yeah totally it's about the same no kidding I mean it's gotta be like like you can't even spend behind that asset anymore in some cases so saturation really comes down to market size we've are of the opinion that once someone has seen some it is better in the algorithm has decided that people like it more gets more engagement more wash time you can actually get priority win those bids so I I spent ten grand behind this Ospel yeah no that's a it's a great point and I think a lot of people tweeted you're saying earlier about clearly articulating the pain point people will pay attention for have worked so Mr Cool is owned by a company in Hickory Kentucky and they're pretty big company I think like eighty on ad that articulates something that they actually do need especially if it's under creative engaging way I'm curious so then how do the anchor how does that anchor is in most cases they can last from eight months to two years having hundreds of thousands of dollars run behind them but the smaller assets there's gotta be like fifty million people with adult acne United States or or some something regarding that but like you said yeah so you can fatigue in audience with the same message that fatigue factor but now a social like you said you are actually prohibited from the fatigue part like on network. TV You can run the you get sick of seeing an end if people do get sick of seeing a certain out which does happen they'll start to flag it right you can't like TV but on facebook you can see say why am I seeing this ad you WanNa see this ad anymore I don't WanNa hear from this company anymore and the more that happens the more depressed as you can even get to the point where narrative people really fast but something that's really good and really enjoyable entertaining condemn have a longer shelf life what's your favorite campaign they've been a part of I think Mr onto the anchor video how does fatigue Arik with that because you wanna put this over like this you want people to continually come back to this thing but someone else's spending fifty grand I actually may be able to outperform them as far as reach gust because facebook and youtube they want they want to get experience when people to stay on the platform as long as they're cool which is an AC do it yourself a C. N. it's like a mini split and the reason is because that was like mission impossible that that should never logging into the electricity in their garage and they're drilling holes in the wall in their mounting staff and connecting outside their house and so what if like conventional traditional AC unit related products so so they launched this do it yourself thing and it's like how when they approached us most people in the teams same ads over and over again and it's not gonNa like decrease the amount of people that goes to write but was social it actually does because of the algorithms so you have to a pool fence diy is going to be quick quicker saturation than a skincare a skincare it's like everybody's gets getting not everybody has a pool like two or three people on the marketing staff for this specific brands and they're not really doing a whole lot else in This is impossible there's no way we can do this how are you going to sell an AC unit that takes five or six hours to install how are you going to target people first of all that need a see that end of itself is extremely difficult like there's one person in a neighborhood of thirty people that are currently in market Senate people in Hickory Kentucky Work for this company If I had to guess there like two hours outside of Nashville family owned business salt of the Earth people and they sell they they did ten million we launched this campaign we worked with Penn holderness he's like a pretty big facebook influence or has had a bunch of viral hits he was the spokesper my caveat with that is Mr Cool is not gonna be able to go from fifty million to five hundred million in my opinion with just socialites and to get in a CNA and then furthermore how are you going to specifically reach people who have enough confidence to do this themselves I mean in two years simply with facebook and Youtube ads just it just shows you the power of what can be done in the strict consumer space now in thinking that by entertaining people in having big sets and big big stuff that it would work and it failed you know we're talking Harry's dollarshaveclub all birds worby parker any of those that you've seen that they all start in the next year and then we do it again the next season the next selling season already over thirty four million to fifty million this company has and the company that had done ten million the year before mostly through search Zor Chad's Google shopping and stuff like that goes to to twenty four million like five acts on behemoth rhapsody right and that's what you're really looking at with creative and you've got to also think about what types of assets and so what we've seen with the anchor videos twenty cents back it was really bad and so that's what we learned is you can't sacrifice the message and you can't sacrifice the sale and to tell too big of a story with too big of a narrative and we tried to go too far into the pure entertainment world miserably most projects most companies we've worked with you know there's a selection process and the metrics the metrics show okay this can be successful and the truth is is not everyone's buying stuff through facebook and Youtube ads easily you and me like in our generation we do we get excited about it but the truth is not everything and you know like our acquisition works to this brand Garvan he was the beginning of Purple Mattress them yeah for sure so took them to one hundred ninety six right with this one it was it was pretty pretty huge failure I think it was like a negative eighty percent return on ad spent so like you spend a dollar no it's it's selling on Amazon they're on homedepot dot com in there in a few other online retailers but for a company from ten million to fifty million and the message got lost there was no pain point addressed the the visual comparisons weren't there we got to arrogant and we didn't miss that with Mr Cool because like I said we made this really funny crazy ninety Sitcom commercial that was really fun to make but deficient than any other thing that they do granted they're not gonNA do fifty million a year through retail store but so as much as I'm saying how important socialist it's still playing old school game totally subway takeovers all sorts Tan Parker they've gotTA retailer New York and it's like more cost Taylor we had one was a box mattress company and we tried to make this video viral and we tried Jason and then we also shot like a Sitcom style video a ninety s Sitcom kind of spoof and we launched you know with a few hundred thousand dollars a month and adspend US attention for making that but the revenue was very different story and I'm really glad we learned that lesson Oughta you know your worst campaign or biggest learning experience doesn't have to be necessarily customer worked with you know recently but throughout your career there's two in conclusion like you can get to that first few hundred million in a way that's never been possible before and then once you point then you gotta start playing in the big leagues what about all their friends about your ad or do you want them to tell all their friends about how their houses cool right like that's at the end of the listen the neighborhood this video's not near as funny or interesting as the Sitcom video but it nails the sale I mean we're going into like time lapse product Hirszon's bruce showing how it works or explaining the process of how to install it and addressing people's potential concerns it's more planning themselves in Culture Nike you know apple these iconic brands but that's not that's not always right for every brand and one of the most common converged and you have to be in the middle so as a marketer now you have to think like a direct response marketer you have to think like those late night infomercials world and the underworld scum of the Internet affiliate marketers and the late night infomercial marketers those worlds me we we as marketers may consider to be the boring stuff that's not sexy and fun to talk about with your buddies and your weekend barbecue and that's what we missed and need to be more performance oriented and they can't get like romantic about this brand is GonNa you know no one cares in correct response I mean as you're going for the throat you're going

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Networking for freelancers in Israel with Helena Baker

Network Yourself to Success

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Networking for freelancers in Israel with Helena Baker

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Entrepreneur Weekly (June 20, 2019)

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

41:13 min | 1 year ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Entrepreneur Weekly (June 20, 2019)

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Hurry and old navy old navy dot com. Valid six thousand six twenty six excludes in store clearance, active licensed men's packaged flag styles. Entrepreneur weekly interviews. The brilliant leaders today in order to provide a stepping stone of wisdom on the journey to personal business ownership. Now, here's your host, Alan Taylor. Well, imagine one day you wake up. And you're sitting there in your cubicle. And the cubicle next to you has got an a companion. A teammate one of your team is now a computer or a robot. It's happening all over the place. And how if you're working in this world today, and you're having to work within all of these tariff disputes and things like that. How you dealing with it. Well, our guest right now, his name is Doris cooler. He is the CEO and co founder of intuition robotics. They actually make a robot for a social robot for elders. Now, I'm gonna let him explain this because it sounds all space age and scary to me. So welcome to the show door, and we're gonna have some fun with us because I think, at the end of the day, the world is changing, and it is your job since your in that world to help us, you know, newbies to this artificial intelligence and robotic world to help us understand better that these things that seem to have their own cognitive intelligence and make decisions aren't. You know, aren't gonna someday rise up because those the movies, that's those movies are what we've seen, and we're going to get taken over by the robots is what they say, if you know what I mean, but welcome to the show door. Following pleasure to be on. So first of all, twenty teen, the consumer electronic show, you want best of show for this. I don't know if I should call it a robot, you call it a social robot. And I don't know the difference. It's a social robot for elders. An elder companion now. My dad's ninety one of my mom's eighty eight. So I'm wondering, do I need one of these so give us a little bit? What is a social robot? The product is called any Hugh, and it's our first product and really go as to help older adults, they active and engaged. So they don't fall into loneliness and isolated. And you know about fifty percent of older adults around us self proclaimed that they're they feel only nice late it, which is now pre him to lead to the nation of health, which celebration of they mentioned depression, heart disease, even or their mortality. You know we live very busy live. We live sometimes far away from our parents. And even if we don't, we can't be with them all the time, and we have our kids, take care of their careers. We want to succeed in. And there's the -nology gaps that need to overcome in order to be a functioning member of society today. And that's really the goal of LA Q, the outcome, driven product, all voice responsive and anti correcting said it's a product of has cognitive ability, grams healthy older they'll chief certain goal throughout the day. And it does it through multimodality and scoop character that it actually has no wait a minute. Later is, is this thing, what is it walking around the house, or is it a computer? Is it a, a like a module sitting there that talks to them? I'm just curious. Because it scares me. I don't know what it's gonna do to my parents. You know what I mean? So if you go to LA queued up, call the yellow lights dot com. You can see what looks like, and we actually designed this product through joint work with over a hundred and twenty old battles that helped us bills understand me, but also help us find choose them, both industrial design and the design of the personae itself. And the goal is, basically, to make it something that can blend into their lives and the knock yell technology. If you look at it, it has a few components it sits on tray. We'd wonderful Harmon car speakers of playing high-quality microphone. It has a tablet on the side of it that we provide to movable, and then it has something that it's a new type of design peso, people give it different names, kind of is like a lamp shape things somewhat. Maybe reminiscent of the Pixar icon, clamp rather people say it reminds them of groups. I don't know. But when it really does isn't have multiple degrees of freedom. And it has lights. Sometimes when you walk into the room, I think he will look at you and greet you or whether is a message from your grandchildren. She will be really, really cited showed out excitement of the food. She sees useful tell you all about that. All right. Hold on, on the screen. I, I went on the website here e l l I q dot com. I get it now. And I like to do this in real time because if I don't understand it. My audience isn't gonna understand you're right. It kind of looks like a a lamp. But then it's got like a tablet thing that has a couple of cameras on it that, you know, it can communicate it can see you can talk to you do. This is actually quite brilliant. I have a ninety one year old dad in eighty eight year old mom. So to me, I'm looking at how can I help them to be more connected? This may be it for me. If you have elder parents, you know, us baby boomers, we, we have older parents that are going to live a long time. This may be the solution. E l l I q dot com. Check it out. We'll be right back. It's entrepreneur weekly. You're listening to entrepreneur weekly entrepreneur magazine on websites and newsstands everywhere. Because yes, entrepreneur media. You know, if you want to get new information, and of the new fangled way by watching videos and listening to radio, you can do that, as well as reading articles or pick up the magazine, it self entrepreneur dot com or pick up the magazine on newsstands everywhere. Our guest right now as door, schooler, he is a CEO and co founder of a company called intuition, robotics the product, they make is Ellie. Q E L l I q dot com. It's a social robot. I guess if I could say it kind of looks a little bit like or reminds me of and some new fangled way a Lexa with a tablet connected to it. And you know it's funny. I send my dad pictures of my grandkids all the time. And he still is he's pretty good on his iphone at ninety one years old. And but I know the pictures are getting so small and at ninety one is, is eyesight is not that good. My mom the same way. She's eighty eight but door. Let me ask. You what is the Genesis of this? Do you have elder parents were you thinking that way or you just thought, gosh, you know, the world needs some sort of a social robot to help these older, folks not get so left behind? Yeah. I mean, obviously I have parents, which I love dearly, and they're easy as well. But the Genesis was more the latter part of your question when my cofounders nice started the company, we really wanted to have high social and bad and the aging demographic of the world and leaving behind our elders and the growing digital divide to us seem to be one of the largest problems. Not only do they have health education. We often believe Heidel indication as well. And we felt this weekend critic -nology will help older adults be more engaged with the world. More connected to their family on more independent than allow them to save under in their own home. Then it's a worthwhile Aliquo also can make cognitive decisions how so you meant can Alexa before anything could important distinction that will lead me to see your question. Alexei, by the way on amazing product. I think they changed the way we think of voice interface, but what it's really. Ause is sort of a voice portal, if you will, to fifty thousand some apps, where we give a command and then to voice, it gives us access to those, we might say Alexa, up on the lights or something like that. However, it doesn't fundamentally change the way we talk to Shane, and truck with machine, we give to come at the machine executes Hussein of USA, Teich, or swipe beforehand with Ellie Q. I type of product that we call a digital companion, whereby. Of course, we can ask for something of the I bought it might also wake up on its own not because we program the two or hold it to remind us to do something, twelve oaks, five or what have you, but it's justified on himself to a Cup and suggests an entity for us or opening dialogue revolve, and it's will do so because it's trying to meet certain goals or get to certain outcomes, for example, to make sure we connect to our family or to learn something new about the world. Or take our medication or stay hydrated, or to do some, cognitive skills to stay sharp or just to fill the house, and the cognitive ability. Basically is combining a few different things on the one that has the goal certain KPI's, if she will or quota that's trying to achieve in each of those categories. And it knows if the chief number not so far today or this, and then it looks at the situation and who's at home right now we have guests over, is it raining outside. What time they is it what have we already down to? Are you watching TV and I gonna interrupt you what have you? And it's also looking at everything we learned about the individual and south for herself, people are quick, and then we'll make a decision that maybe this is the right thing to call your attention. Maybe by looking at you maybe by lining up, and they might calling your name. They pump a nation of those and suggest a certain activities, and that is, essentially what it's all about. Well there. auG abilities ability to understand what's going on. Right. Make decision and then actuate them to movie modality. Meaning the combination of not just more, but also body language and images on the screen feel kind of like the devices coming to life, right in order to create the type of engagement and there, I say relationship that allow this to, to be affected. Well, you know, my dad likes using Siri on his phone, and he's become very accustom to talking to his phone, and having it do things for him. So this seems like it might be the next step, aren't we come back? I wanna talk about how you are. Of course, you're calling and right now from Israel and the product you're getting made over evidently in China. So how are these tariff disputes affecting you guys? So this is an international call today, and we'll see how it's affecting our friend door. Schooler co founder and CEO of. Intuition, robotics, this is entrepreneur weekly. You'll. Listening to entrepreneur weekly. Now, here's your host, Alan Taylor. I always look for things that can help me in my life can help you and your life, and they can help your business to in some fashion. So that's what we're doing right now. We're going to talk about the business side of things before we do that the product once again, is Elliott Q E L, l I q dot com and you can pre-order this it's right around fifteen hundred bucks. There's a little fee, but you can check it all out at e l l I q dot com. Intuition, robotics dot com also door schoolers. Joining us, he is calling in right now all the way from Israel. And thank you very much for calling in and realize it's nighttime where you are. Let's talk about a little bit about these tariffs. Now, you're doing business internationally to here in the US. But you're also evidently, you know, some of this is made over in China, how door is this affecting you? Here's kind of interesting thing about billing accompanied these things. We're three year old company based in entail. We have teams employees in San Francisco in Athens, Greece, and Israel, we designed the product in Israel, and intention Cisco, and we manufacturing China investors from Japan. We have investors from California from Israel. It's, it's really a multi national world and you start hitting that even as a uncomfortable immediately. So, of course, when they're terrace be things effect us, absolutely. We do our final assembly, and like just like many Medtronic companies in China and we have to be addressed of what that means and comply with the regulation, and if they're terror and the states, they are paid him. Right. You know, on one hand, you're actually fortunate to not be to market with this yet because you can do a price adjustment before you even hit market, where there's companies out there are good examples one, I've been dealing with for years, craftsman. Tools. They started making more and more Chinese. You know, power, I don't drills and whatever it might be a lot of their hand tools are made in America. But the more that they started building things in China. And then they set their prices. And when you go to market your price is set in stone, and you try and raise it. You know, look at WalMart. They had the thing prices are falling. Well prices are raising right now. So I mean this is for you. Timing wise, probably a little bit of a blessing. I know you're not coming to market until fall with Aliquo but my goodness. There's gotta be some puckering going on, like, oh, my gosh. So am curious what kind of advice do you have what have you learned about this international business because of the tariffs? I mean, there's gotta be some massive aha moment that you, you thought you know here. I am. You know, I've got all this going on all over the world. And all of a sudden some knucklehead, no matter who it is pulls the lever and changes the rules. If you know what I'm. Saying it's like you know, used to be playing ping pong and all of a sudden they give you a bowling ball and say, wack that over the net. So that's what's happening in your world, right? Yes, disturbed extent. I mean, it does mean that you do have the onus of needing to figure out things that you wouldn't think that a company, our size needs to be thinking about Iraq or, or really worried about any kind of feels like a big new stuck in the middle of the ocean. We'd lost in ways there. So I think that, you know, it does force us to work with consultants and you'd have lots of advice from import export experts and, you know, we think about our supply chain, which components, we buy wear. How do we find Hundley? And what does that mean as far as the percentage that in China versus Israel, and so on, and so forth? But you know, you know, we do that, too. That'd be the biggest problem in the business. At least they're written rule, the postie trying to create, you know, row new products and brand new categories. There's no playbook for that one. Right. So easier couldn't Ellie Q also work within the small business arena of health care and banking and hospitality. It's kind of a smart home product, couldn't you give it a twist in pivot and go, all right? You know, maybe we make another version of this to work so that, you know, I walk into a restaurant, and all of a sudden it lightens up and it says welcome how many in your in your party. I mean, there's gotta be other uses for this. Absolutely. We've been ever since we field this product we'd been approached by many, many companies of the industry leaders, and their main thing can we also make our hardware become a bit. It'll companion which is proactive and persona and character in it. And we're looking at a lot of those small businesses off the polity smart home knock for just. Older adult and the first one, we actually chose is going to the automotive industry. And we're we're very fortunate that Toyota through TRI on a company chose us to collaborate with them in creating essentially turning the car itself into a mobility companion, and help people become safer drivers and understand older, new tactic being pushed in their car, and also to create delightful experiences for the passengers for the kids for the driver. So, yes, this concept of digital companionship, proactive devices that are your teammate and help you anticipate your needs and help you excel in absolutely applicable, for, for other use cases and we've made our ecology available for large company on a partner with us. All right. Last question what in the world? Do you do when the tariffs hit, do you freak out and pull a chunky your hair out? Or do you sit down and meditate? What did you do? I'll tell you the truth running a startup is often a roller coaster ride where you have the best thing, the worst day, and it's usually the same day separated by an hour or two. One of those, like, oh boy, here's another one. Well, I think you have a great product. It was best of CAS in twenty eighteen again, the product is Aliquo e l l I q dot com door schooler. Thank you. Congratulations. Good luck. I would like to see one of these maybe in my parent's house when the time comes, I'll go in. And click the preorder now and get on the list for you. I think it's I think it's really cool. My parents need need a little little extra interaction with something. They're just sitting there watching TV all day, all right door. Thank you door. Schooler preciado it. All right. I'm Alan Taylor. This is entrepreneur weekly. You're listening to entrepreneur weekly. Now, here's your host, Alan Taylor next guest guy name Travis chambers. He is the founder and chief media hacker at chamber media, chamber dot media on the web, and he is the creator of YouTube, most viral ad of the decade and we'll find out how viral that is he is joining us right now. He is a what he calls a gen-x tainted millennial. These guys are taking over the world. And I don't know how to explain we older baby boomers thought we were cool Travis. We it's like there's many of us out there. We thought we were cool. We all of a sudden, you know, figured out our groove and we started doing it, and then US OB's you, you millennials came along, and you started doing things like taking. Over the day of a world can you just you know, you know, at the baby, boomer started it, though. These jobs Bill Gates. They started. They started you know, we didn't start the fire right? The Alan Taylor's running. Yeah. I get it. I get it. So tell me about this most viral ad of the decade. What was going on with that? What happened? Mid senior level guy, you know, young guy who people prefer to, you know, our and amendments meeting at Kristen perma gaskets, the top creative agency in the world, at the time, you know, they did the Domino's turnaround they did the crazy Volkswagen, the creepy Burger King. So my Connex. So I'm sitting in this room, right? And I'm just this millennial his, you know, really passionate about viral this new thing called YouTube. You know, I've had a viral video that, that me and my wife made and was on the news. Good Morning, America's wait, wait a minute. You and your wife made this is clean, right? You've got to watch this Alan, it's called the real minivan ph my wife and I drive, and I say, if you're going to hate him as prior hone, teach get there. And she fumbles through the answer for like six minutes, and the most blonde way possible you gotta watch it. You will you appreciate it. What does it call? Now, the real meaning of MP age the real meaning of MPA, okay? You'll see the public apology. I made on good Morning America tour and everything. Incriminating zeal? Okay. I'll go. All right. So that happens. Right. And I love my way through this craft reaches out to why I on my way like else I find myself at this agency and I'm in this meeting in, in, in the meeting, they say Turkish Airlines has asked us week the most viral out of all time. And I just sit there you know, you're supposed to be seeing not hers when you're at that level. And I'm just listening to everyone. Just be completely close or how this can happen. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let's reclassify being completely closed, you sitting there listening to a bunch of baby boomers, be complete idiots and have no good ideas. That what you're saying is that. Talking TV term granted we had Kobe Bryant. We had Lionel Messi. So it's like we're gonna make commercial. Toby is going to be in messy is going to be an in. That'd be nice guys. Look, Toby, and messy have not been in one video, that's had more than eight million views on YouTube. So I'm telling you, it's gotta be a deeper strategy. I'd been studying this for year. I've been through the whole world wind and I built this kind of program, and I risked it, I'd probably almost got fired. And I just said, hey, here's what we need to do that. And the she lost her pulled me aside after the meeting, he said you and I, we're gonna do this project. We're not getting involved in media team. We're not gonna involve the legal team. And we're just gonna go rogue on this thing. No. And video got one hundred and fifty million views it got three point five million shares is the most Firelight of all time, Google ran a huge kinda like contest where people said, what the most viral video of all time list, and they chose this one and that was the. Ginning to this whole life. I've lived since then now how long ago was that because you're only thirty one it's like it's anything. Got underwear that enough. I haven't even watched by underwear since this happened, but anyway, I been married seven years. Yeah. That's like dog years. Right. So, so here's the thing, though, fifty million views. But here's what I want to say to you fortune favors the bold, and I love the fact that you were bold. You actually you said you'd probably, maybe you didn't think at the moment I could have gotten fired for opening my mouth because maybe you could explain what happened in the video that it would get fifty million views. So what we did as we looked at. All right. What's going to make this thing, vile? Right. And we found that the Oxford dictionary word of the year. It's doesn't thirteen was the selfie. And it was this ridiculous thing. You remember when that came out, it was the, you know, there was the vanity? It was a slippery slope and society that we're never gonna come back from. And, and so we decided we're gonna have Kobe messy take selfies all around the world. But the secret soft was the distribution strategy. Okay. So before this, you know, you run a TV you run a print run a radio yadda yadda yet. But what we did is we ran a YouTube adspend with this thing. And then we had six hundred fifty YouTube influencers talk about the video and link to it, then we had a team of twenty interns writing to editors around the world in different languages to get this thing feature over two thousand press features, and then we had all this other stuff that we did this, you know, nerd ary magic, I guess you could say and all these things combined to make this thing really work. And I truly believe you know, we only had a three and a half a million dollar distribution budget. There was a windows phone at the time that had a five billion dollar budget on it and only got ten million. So it went truly viral, you know, we rack. Actually kinda manufactured by Audi and granted, we had and messy, but I really don't think it would have happened without the right strategies man. Really don't. So what you're saying is, it's part luck part clips. But as my dad would say and part strategy now, hold still, I want to take a little break here because and I don't do this very often. I'm giving you fares. Buehler's day off on the first segment. It doesn't happen very often. Okay. This is a fairest Buehler's day off moment in time this guy card. The most viral ad of the decade with one hundred fifty million views we're going to we're going to dissect that reverse engineer, it, maybe you could do it. If you've got a little money, and you want to check out Travis chambers at chamber dot media, and you can hire him to, I'm Alan Taylor. This is entrepreneur weekly, and we're gonna learn together. They'll go anywhere. Whether you have a great idea, you want to launch, or a business, you're running that you want to grow woman. Entrepreneurs powerful build like a woman curriculum of online courses gives you all the tools you need to take your business to the next level from digital self paced courses virtual coaching sessions at webinars with experts we power, the entire jury arming women entrepreneurs and leaders with what they need to start grow and flourish. Get started today. It's free to start in now at Audra preneurs dot com slash coarseness, again, that's all tra- preneurs dot com slash courses. Well, this is exactly how Travis chambers. Felt when his video is viral video did one hundred fifty million views three and a half a million social shares. It's pretty cool. I can tell you is how the hell do you reproduce that now chamber dot media not dot com? Dot media, chamber dot media. Are you still there, brother? I'm here. I heard a little hangup noise, I was afraid you hung up on me because I'm a little. Pumping around here. Thank you. You don't say taint other. Let me just ask you, what do you think entrepreneurs should know about, you know, making videos and such like that for their business because you know as much as hard as we try, and I'm a baby, boomer, I was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty which tells you and hey, Sam, and my dad. There you go. See and I have a son your age. So the thing is I know your dad retired and you probably about to put him into an old folks home. I get it. I get it. But we can't make videos to save our lives. I mean I try it and I get like nine years. You know, I mean, you got one hundred fifty million views, what do you think entrepreneur should know? Everything I just said about, you know, Koby messy thing not Russell. Don't try it. Viral video thing it's dead. You know I it totally. Can we start the interview over you just what? On the heels days are gone. It's gone, man. Things changed. So freaking fast, exhausting. So what gusting, so I'm here. I'm here to talk about what's working now. And what's working right now is social video ad funnel? So let's go through it, you've got an anchor video K your anchor video, I'll him and I'm in a backup really quick, the thing you gotta do if you're doing anything involving Facebook ad or YouTube bads, or video is, you've gotta make stuff that converts, you gotta make stuff that converts, that drives positive ROI for every dollar you spend, you need to be making two three four dollars. Well, you need to cover your ad cost, you need to cover your, your shipping in your manufacturing costs. And that is what we've been obsessive obsessively focused on, since that Koby project since we started chamber media. And the thing people don't know. It's gotta be a sequence Allen. You got a lot of companies out there and they're running these ads, right? They're running image ads. They're running, maybe some little small videos. They made they had some interns make on a little table top. And some of them are getting pretty good result. You know, but there's this other side to it that they're missing. And, you know, companies ten fifteen twenty years ago you had to run TV ads you had to run radio you had to run newspaper you had to get the reach you had to get the brand awareness, right? And a lot of times what happens with direct to consumer ecommerce companies nowadays. They don't think they have to do that anymore. They think you know, we'll just run some Facebook and YouTube ads but some clever stuff that our interns made, and we're going to be millionaires. But, you know, it doesn't work that way. It did with you. But that's a different story. That's, that's but. Toby messy million dollars. But let me for those who don't know what is a video funnel. So a video. Funnel is a sequence of video ad that you make in order to get people to buy your product and it starts with an anchor video, an anchor video can be anywhere from one to five minutes long. You want it to be as long as you can keep people's attention. And you can achieve that through good writing comedy through production, value Digital's, you know, all the things that, you know, when you see a really good ad, it's kind of like the infomercial Franck down into something that's not painful to watch, but it's got to be entertaining, somehow it's gotta be entertaining. You can't just sell and you also can't just entertain you gotta do both right. I just did a I just did a thing with Google a few months ago, and they called it story sailing. You know it's not storytelling. It's story sounding yet at the store. And story telling new got it got it go keep going. You've got to have this anchor video that kind of owes its DNA, so the old infomercial world and the old Super Bowl ad world. Right. You're combining infomercial and a Super Bowl ad. You're melting it down and said this social kind of thing, but then underneath that you need to have all your retargeting video. Okay, so you need to have your testimonials your product demonstrations, your before and after your press feature, you know, your press feature credibility stuff, you need to have, you know, your montage of influencers talking about it. You need to have stop motion of the products in a way that people can feel like they can really understand it. And then, you know, there's a whole host of other things you do like right, down the five main concerns that your customer house and make. A little videos for those things, whether they're ten seconds or thirty seconds or a minute, and then test all those things. And so when we're doing one of these full-blown projects, now we've taken transparent labs, which is a supplement company from two to twelve million a year. We've taken Mr. cool, which is an H fat company, from ten to twenty six million a year, who we've had some big successes in evacue where they did no other marketing other than this thing, I'm talking about here. Let me ask you because these are not expecting. You know, it's like, no, hey, chares heating. Heating ventilation and air conditioning. I've excite what the hell you know what are you? What did you do, do you like a dust mite, the life of a dust mite? You know how the hell do you make that funny? I'll tell you for Mr. cool H back company. We've got a four minute long video in the average. Watts time is over two minutes. It's frigging h bag company. Right. But we've basically taken the Saturday Night, Live route to a commercial, and it's so fast, and it's so interesting, we even took some stuff for Mythbusters and how they diagram the stuff that they're going to the myths. They're gonna bust. And you've got you gotta take cue from radio. Right. What has been successful lot, right? All right. Hotel hotel, chamber dot media Travis chambers on the line note. No S on chamber chamber dot media on the web. Don't go anywhere. You're listening to entrepeneurship. We're gonna come back and continue with the most viral ad of the decade winner. Travis chamber, stay stay with them. Discover unstoppable industry influencers who celebrate disruptive thinking and Jane changing business strategies on entrepreneur weekly now here's your host, Alan Taylor this young man. Has driven two hundred million plus dollars in trackable sales. Two hundred seventy million views three and a half million social shares. It's frigging crazy. All with social videos YouTube, most viral had of the decade hundred fifty million views. How can we produce probably impossible because things keep changing? But I'm gonna leave it on. You travis. Travis chambers. Joining us from chamber dot media chamber, media and for you to wrap it up and give people some hope that they can, you know, do some good with viral social media, and everything they're trying to do with their videos in their ad funnels, which most of them don't even know what that is. That's why they gotta learn this stuff. That's what Joe is about. Go for it. Yeah. So do you know, we're talking about marrying this infomercial world, and this brand were underworld, and then you've got to completely optimize it for social, you know, and when we got into this game three or four years ago, it was really difficult to, to scale because there just wasn't many people using Facebook and you, too, and the ad platforms. One has been, but now they're so advanced the things that Facebook knows about you. I mean, you know, a lot of people have purchased things through Facebook ads, but face doesn't just know what you tell them through your posts and your first date and you're, you know, things are doing in your life where you work those thing, but they get all this third party data from, from other providers, you know, rewards cards. Use it Home Depot and, and Nielsen data. You know what you watch what you buy and your, how do you use your credit cards? So there's a really creepy level of data, they have on you, so there's never been a better offer. Tune ity right now to scale with this, this in this fashion. And, and so that's what we're seeing, you know, with the projects were doing and seeing what the companies are doing well as they take, they take this traditional nights that, if I need to create this video that mixes these two worlds together, you know, the video, you think of when you think of Dollar Shave Club. They were one of the first ones to do this. Did you say Dollar Shave Club? Absolutely. It was great. Yeah. So by the way, I do everything with dollar skates, I by the, the, the underarm daughter. And I buy the toothbrush by the but wipes you buy at all? So I got it work it work. I don't buy the lights, I promise you, I promise you. I did. Try it once though anyway. While they made that many for seven thousand dollars back in was that six seven years ago, six years ago, and they got acquired by billion dollars from Unilever? Let's method retirement. Here's really what launched them, you know, and in. So if you can make video like this, we usually will have it be a spokesperson, because people have been buying human beings for sows of years, you know, four thousand years ago, you're you're going to the market to get your your produce and you were looking at the guy fouling inside. Do I wanna buy from this guy, and so people really like to buy from human faces? So we usually like to spokesperson whenever we hand, we usually like to throw humor in, because humor, disarms people, you know, people they think they don't like to be sold to the truth. Is they really do they really do like be sold to. But they want it to happen in a way where they don't feel like they're being pushed right that right there. It sauce though. That's the secret sauce, good. It is. Do you think about? Someone selling to you? First of all, that means that, if you buy from them, you're doing something for them and that feels good. That feels good. And if they're coming to you to sell you something that means you have something to offer that means that you are, you know, your value your relevant. Right. You know, you've got some things that you can offer. And so, I think deep down, we actually liked to be sold. I think I think it's kind of kind of in a really good way. It's funny, too, because it's like some of the, the, the infomercial guys, I cannot stand them. I mean, they, they, they banned, but, but they're they're good at what they do. And I still wanna buy this though. I hate that guy. And then I find that there's some sick part of me that actually likes the guy because I like to hate him, but I think that stuff may work, but after try that step Willie made kidding nor Willie Mays. Actually die, right? Anyway, pain here. If you can get the social ad funnel working, and you can convert customers in a profitable way you can grow this thing to be doing over a million to three million a month. We're doing a bunch of our partners. And it is a huge opportunity right now. All right. Chamber dot media. C H A, m b e r dot media on the web. Travis chambers. If you need some help like that here is your man Travis. Thank you very much fantastic. I'm that's it for this week. I'm going to try and make a viral video in my bathroom right now. This program is contacted by entrepreneur media incorporated. There's a difference between doing yourself and do it for a living at the Home Depot. We get that. And we're hued help froze, get the job done with the products and brands you trust technology to keep your job on track job site, delivery, to save you time at both pricing on over four thousand items every day to save you money when you've got a job, we're on the job. The Home Depot. More saving. More doing. 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That's my little tangent and you know and they I mean he knows why they are responsible for this happening yeah. It's it's a mini Anna mini and many break <hes> you know many breaks in a row creating one long break but it is it is a brief hiatus you know basically we've been doing this podcast for almost four years or maybe more than four years nutty and Julia correct me if I'm wrong and you could do so by snipping this clip out get a chance dance getting snippy with me meet at it. I'm going to be bold and say it's about to beat the death of everything's coming up Simpson's and the birth <hes> of something new you like a Phoenix rising from the ashes. What a great transition? You are the Transition Queen. That's been true as just as true day. One is day two hundred. Let's play the clip from episode one during my first transition this is my guess is that so I I remember the feeling before we get into what what's coming the storm that's Bruin. It sounds like you're singing. Jesus Christ superstar. Let's the catch trailer just came out not to times dances so maybe there's a song all of our hearts now. Isn't that going to be the best movie at all times. Crai doesn't even matter what I think what it is my friend Paul. J. said that it's going to be basically speed racer. The musical like that's the level of what the fuck were about to my true to I love the speed racer movie genuinely and fully really I love to sing. I love to hear I love cats. That's it looks like trash and I'm all in Molin but to get nostalgic about the first episode I just remember the feeling having Alex Hirsch come on. I guess we'd have some pre-planning about what the show is but I think even throughout the first I episode where kind of just very much winging it yeah and and having the feeling of like I think this is going well. I think this is good and there was a creative endeavor and the buzz that we felt afterwards if like this really cool this could be really great like I'm so excited about this and then our engineer sauce producer at the time was just like you guys talk over each other the entire time you guys need to slow down a little bit but it was very good and it was very helpful. Good advice yeah we have since become I think masterful on the microphone people come to us all the time we give mastermind as in -tations they WanNa know they won the magic of everything's coming up Simpson <hes> but if we could do just a quick love fest and then talk about kind of what's next I would love to just take a minute to to talk about how much fun we've had on ECOWAS God formerly Eka Formerly e Cup. I was going to say okay. We went through name transition just going back to that first episode. That was an episode where as you mentioned we're figuring out during I'll never forget Alex Hirsch in the episode being like you should do fake commercials for the products products and I was like Dad Damn Alex Hirsch. This is why you are who you are and are good at what you do that has been the greatest gift that anyone's given this podcast with the exception of little treats. We get some little treat. I love to be given great advice that we don't take also quick shot onto your former sound engineer Leinen Kirksey who runs a very entertaining bachelor bachelorette it podcast before roses which they do perhaps at this rate as frequently as we do too but it's a very good podcast but yeah so we've been through a lot we yeah we've waxed install jack on this in previous episodes but we were India I in our collective or respective kitchens and living rooms in Cranston back Brandon Back Jack was our intern for awhile and now what is he doing. He's riding the train to COMECON with my sister. That's the latest I have on no. He's doing a lot of fun stuff but yeah we've and I'll I'll never forget when weird Al came over to my house and he was ten minutes early on time and we were late. Zala really wanted to meet Weird Al and so we set it up that he would be record pressing handling. The ones in twos recording had never recorded before he thought it'd be much simpler than it was four joe was so nervous and like he's Mr Cool like he's Mr Cool guy super like comfortable breezy guy and then it's very very much just watching one of my dearest friends panic and have a hard time while trying to maintain his composure in front of our hero Weirdo and weird out could not have been nicer of course everything that you hear about him is absolutely true and and then some he's the most down to Earth Guy ever. I think on Potter maybe on one of our breaks I can't remember but I turn to him because he just finished this crazy long tour and I turned him in that vary like access Hollywood kind of Wayne was like sue what's next for you next and I think he said I. I don't know cleaning my garage. That's the level of Hollywood that that weird. Al Is delivering to time stamp it a little bit. I heard that today or whenever you're listening to this it'll be you know around the time of now the thirty the thirty year anniversary of U._H._f.. Why Cool Razi Yeah so weird AL truck and couldn't have done the thirty year anniversary without our yeah that was such a highlight but yeah I just remembered that was my first time meeting him and having to like vamp with him in my kitchen for like ten minutes so bad nine leave Iran I had like three like icebreakers in my back pocket and I burned through all of them so at the time and my husband Mike was working on the adult swim show Mr Pickles and the two creators of Mr Pickles are Vegan and so they had this episode that was about vegans? There's more story to it than that part of it. They wanted an all Vegan voice cast so I'm Vegan I came in and I did ed the voice of a waitress which I think is the last line in the episode but then weird out to the voice too so I was like Oh i get to talk to him about that and I mentioned to him like Oh. You're both in the same Mr Pickles episode cooled and then I mentioned it to him. Mike and I drove all the way out to Vegas to go see him because it was before whatever tour he was on it was before he announced his southern California dates. So is the closest one and I told him yeah we drove although we have to Vegas and the moment mm-hmm we he's playing in planet Hollywood. I said it was funny like we walked into planet Hollywood. It almost immediately people that were working there. Were like Oh you here to see weird Al he's upstairs like that. We didn't say anything and we kept looking at our clothes like well. What are what are are we doing? We're not wearing Hawaiian shirts and I think he commented like yeah. Well I attracted type and then then I can't remember what else I mentioned to him. It was get those like minute three and I was like so you know like like staff thing but now he's lovely and you know we cinch run into him and he's the best angel. Let's let's take a quick break and your prompt listeners is to tell us the best weird Al story you have ever heard more experienced if you've been so lucky going into a bullseye interview I know it's somebody who does amazing work but it's an actual conversation. I don't know where it's headed. Hey this is the straight talk that that you're going to get on the show that make sense. I feel like I'm GONNA therapy. I think you you got more out of you than the therapist I went to twice bullseye creators you now creators you need to know find it at maximum fun dot org or wherever you get podcasts I loved that break and to the person who is listening to this live excellent weird Al story just poke their head into my kitchen window said it and then the left and astor name. I can't believe Al did that. I mean that's that's why it's off. He's a raging lunatic and I think he's kept it under wraps for quite some time. Trust the man who just pop head through more than we trust style story we definitely can and speaking of Weird L. Stories we would be remiss to not talk about Joan Array guest of the podcast who just came out with his weird AL cover album. This is an idea that I have had for a very long time. I I'm very pissed off. I already have an amish in paradise album cover so you know Jona may think that he will. Here's what we could say about. Jonah key was the first will be the best Hell No. It's kind of like he's a good friend. So all of this rivalry is all in good fun twitter but it to me makes me think of when the Steve Jobs Bio pic was about to happen and then Funnier di was like I see we're going to do is going to be the first and they Ryan Peres. I think the story goes that he wrote it in a weekend and they shot it over a week. Justin Long Played Steve Jobs ops and other funnier people are in that other pockets people that you may know people from the Doboy is podcast right etc but it reminds me of that of like Jones Been Jones the Ice Stephen this but in to his credit is not similar to ice Stephen that it is like really quick shoddy quality. I love the songs that he's released in. Mike and I even got to be in the music video that he just released for Amish Paradise and it turned out great but yes everything else fuck him forever so keep your eyes and ears peeled both of them for <hes> for for Mike my mic Mayfield's and my albums they they will be not rivaling each other's. We'll be very much harmonious and our <hes>. We're starting in army to take down. He's a big man. He's a big man so we're gonNA need us. We're GONNA need our cats to. We're GONNA need a lot of maybe if you're listening you should join everybody. Listening needs to create a weird AL cover album it. We can do this guy's we can do. This jeanneret was a great guest a was he a two-time gassed was he one time gassed. I know he can Yvonne time prime guests. He was excellent he he gave us some insight that was referenced many times on the PODCAST. Just the idea that you've mentioned a few times of like what you liked when you were like sixteen yeah or yeah the Lorne Orne michaels story of like whatever whatever your movie was <hes> when you were thirteen yeah the thing that is you know your favorite movie of all time or something that you have the most nostalgia for because when you're thirteen year like in that inbetween transition point and you are just starting to carve out your interest in your identity is and the way it's linked to Lorne Michaels is that he has said and I hope this isn't anachronistic but but apparently he said like that's basically what he's doing with Saturday night live like he's not shooting for the older crowd and like trying to prove something to them. He's quite literally just attracting the thirteen year old so that he can make that indelible impression attraction thirteen year old sorry no don't cancel <music> whoops in that way through his out of that one just hear footsteps going away car. He's got he's got to go get his wigs. One of my favorite things about the podcast in addition to the incredible guests that we've had is some of the interactions that we've had with fans <hes> both on twitter going back to when we used to do crusty cues which I messed very much yeah I miss them to it takes thinking it takes him thinking. Let us know if you remember miss crusty cues Hughes for those of our newer listeners you sadly missed out but there was a section of our show where we would just post a question on our twitter called crusty Q. and we'd get answers and read our favorite ones on the podcast and it was just a great way to get to know our fan so maybe we'll and maybe we'll bring those back in isolation discussed yet but we're teasing yeah maybe we will. I mean it to me you know twitter has changed over the course of just our timeline with our podcast and but I think it has changed. Changed in not change for the better but I I think in like fan engagement is changed in a way that like makes crusty cues more accessible basically was a poll that we would send out to our listeners and then they it was like a nostalgia fast. What is your favorite moment <hes> with blank and who is your favorite blank in beloit you know yeah and so if if we were lucky enough to me any of you guys in person that was such an amazing <hes> cool experience experience for us? We did a couple mini tour so we got to go to we went to Portland. We went to Denver Draft House. Yeah we went to Austin. I was amazing C._N._N.. PUNK are I live show in Chicago that it was a measly rentable yeah we did we go. We've been around spin around but it was so cool to me are fans. We didn't know like what the crowds it'd be like and it was always we had one of the guys from Frankie AC in the the Austin show opposed to and I'm buying I'm bound by it so that's been something that's wait on my marriage. Oh my God of course bigamy is something that this we'll figure you. It's big of all us so we got to. We got to do show with Henry Bob which was great <hes> for sketch fast. Yeah it's been so much fun and so loose talk about the reason that we are ending Ecus as we know it in addition to the fact of wanting to do this cool new project. I think that when we set out to do the podcast the conceit has always been like we talked up to our favorite people about their favorite episode of the Simpsons and through the podcast we I think both entered it as very purely classic Simpson's lovers and have grown to love newer episodes in newer seasons and get to know things over the years but I think that like you guys the listeners and then us would feel it if we if we kinda just kept talking about episodes that we weren't like as acknowledgeable or even just like super super super passionate about <hes> it would have just and we could've changed kind of the format of it but we just wanted to bring our one hundred percent a game every single time and without being able to really like we'd be kind of phoning it in if we continue to in this exact way and that's not cool to us. That's not cool to the guest. That's not cool to you and we we love positively on the podcast like we like to stay upbeat and like Qazis yeah. We're Pasi is whitmer. Thomas is the first person that said that the of me and I really like that. You're such a policy skateboarding man. We'll Pasi to me. I've always and this is hin in. It's been tinged with a little bit of negativity but I've always thought of myself as being like the Pollyanna of Elliott because I just like it when people try a thing but I love Pozzi's more but yet to to echo your point. It's not to say that we you know don't like the newer episodes that we've talked bad. It's just a different conversation. You know I think that from the star even though we didn't like make this part of our log line this show show has been cloaked in a lot of nostalgia nostalgia for sure different conversation then let's go be you know what this episode is about and why we think it's good and you know we again like you said like we value the quality polity of these conversations and you know we don't ever want to get into a position where we feel like we're dog paddling in any way or that. It's not sparking creativity that we yearn for and also just by you know the way that <music> a time goes on episodes get picked. We've made the comment a lot of times like it's not necessarily that guest favorite episode exactly so once that stopped being true and it became your second best or your third or fourth or fifth breath again not to dismiss those episodes. I'm of the opinion that all episodes of the simpsons are great truly I you can't come at me and be like what about this will be like. It had other great like T._v.. Smart and writing is hard. I've always going to be of that position. I know it's very egalitarian of me but just just trust. We don't deserve but anyway. It's a different conversation than the ones that we originally were having because you know what I've always enjoyed about. Our podcast is those nostalgia conversations nations that link to our own personal experience and we have those sort of like side conversations that or when it sparks like here's a memory I had for my childhood and then we connect with the guests over here's a memory I had to and then also talking to the guests if they're not like it's a different conversation asleep. We're talking to Simpson's writers experience writing that episode or animators working on that episode but we also want to know from other creative people that we've had on how the simpsons have influenced them because now we are living with a a full generation of T._v.. Writers Full Full Generation Of T._V.. Writers who've never lived without the simpsons yes and so just by a byproduct of that being a constant you're going to be influenced from them and I would love to have more conversations of episodes Ernest Aljic and special to them that then led them to do what they did that was sort of part of the original structure and then when you pan out from that and you go the third fourth fifth sixth episode that is their favorite you stray from that premise so once that that started to feel like what was happening. That's part of the reason why I think we both were like let's pump the brakes for a second and see what we want this podcast to be in pivoted into an area that works for us absolutely and so what is going to happen with Ecus is we are going to have one more episode. It is going to be a guest list episode because we want to start the way that we kind of started with just like I know that our first episode had a guest but I guess we could get Alex Hershon if he really wanted to come on but I think is going to be us but we're going to be talking about an you know we're not gonNA. We're not gonNA tell you what it is but you're going to have a good idea it what actually let's hear from them to see what they think in which dot com so wrong answers only game like Namus movie wrong answers only name the episode wrong answers let us know and then maybe we can react to that as well yeah so there's one episode road of the Simpsons that we have been holding off on and we are going to. We've we've said no to important people very very important apple the president of the past U._T._A.. Administration yeah so we're very excited to talk about the episode and we're GonNa go deep like we're going to have it. Be the most like it's GonNa be good nostalgia. There will be tears. We're going to be very factual. We're going to be in factual Elilott. We wrote a freaking book Elliot's we shouldn't we wrote a freaking book and that was a lot of what made last year special on top of the live events but meeting you guys and talking to you guys about this and having that like you know great shared energy of I love this thing you love this thing and then we immediately are bonded in this way. Somebody told us that are Simpson's. PODCAST was the art school of Simpson's podcast and talking Simpson's Grad school which I think is a compliment all around. I don't disagree and I love that. I've always wanted to be needed from ghost world candidates so it made me feel good about that. Yeah we really love everyone. That's ever shown up for a live events. Everyone that's ever tweeted us people that are just listening. Casually we love all of you so we want to give you the last episode of the current format that you deserve but then the next stage stage will come right after this break hi Joe Firestone Moreno the host of Dr Game Show which is a podcast where we play games submitted by listeners regardless of quality or content it with in-studio guests an callers from all over the world you can win Costa Mag- magnetic scribe now to make sure you get our next episode example of a Game Manoa Oakmont or medication how you play that you have to guess if something's <hes> poking on name for a first time listener if you want to listen to episode highlights and also know how to participate follow Dr Game Show on Facebook instagram twitter love to hear from us really fun for the whole family will be. The every other Wednesday starting March thirteenth we're coming to Max Fun Morlaix. What a great frame super smooth the next stage? I mean what are we we hop on the escalator that leads to nowhere yeah. This is <hes> something about. I'm very excited about so what we are going to be doing is a twenty episodes season. We will call it and perhaps there will be multiple seasons of it but it'll be more contained and be more focus and we'll be something that we've been really interested in talking about on the podcast for a while but didn't necessarily fit the current structure so we are calling this new version of because the round Springfield series round springfields <hes>. I'm very excited about this series. This idea that Julia had that was based on conversations we have had off podcasts and with our guests our favorite episodes codes of the podcast I think e cuss have been the ones that have gotten a little tangential and kind of gotten some cool behind the scenes and he shows and I think it led to a very great idea of yours. Julia thanks yeah on this is also kind of loosely inspired from the episodes that we've done without gene on the show every time that he's come on. He's talked about something those Non Simpson's related and it's always been really fun and and you know it's interesting because they are in the periphery of of the simpsons we always come back talking about the simpsons but they are not going episode by episode and so the Rams Springfield series is going to be a twenty episode series where we talk to Simpson's writers Oh directors at T._v.. Writers other creative people of the things that are Simpson's on on like I said the periphery connected to the simpsons but not the Simpson so what is this it is failed pilots pilots that they've done over the course of working on the show. Maybe we'll talk to Al Jean about Teen Angel as we've teased in the past if it's shows like mission -Hension Hill from Josh Weinstein and Bill Oakley that's since it's related. Maybe we'll finally do some sort of Futurama thing I don't know but that's sort of the premise that we're going with and we know that there's going to be no shortage of stories that we can get from our lovely guests because the fact the matter is and this is perhaps in my opinion at least the greatest treasure from this podcast existing is that we've got to know these really great people that make our favorite thing in the world and they're all lovely and I just WanNa keep sitting down with them absolutely <hes>. That's basically what this new version is going to be. It's going to be twenty episodes to start. We'll see where it goes from there but it's going to be twenty good good good episodes <hes> and hearing stories that you probably have never heard anywhere else and also also I especially things like mission hill talking about that in this podcast format where you probably wouldn't hear about it anywhere else you know these are shows that unfortunately came and went and aren't getting the do that. I believe breath and I think you believe they deserve so we're going to give it that position and platform and I'm very excited me too so if you guys are excited about the cat in the background mound give us a like that is the one thing I missed about recording at the house is that there are kitties flowing flowing doesn't necessarily seem like the right choice of words. They're not exactly liquid <hes> but we will be recording in studio. This will still be Amax Fun podcast. We will let you know officially when our when our return date is or launch date of the new show is we'll let you know within twenty nineteen. I mean that's as far as I can. I can say and yeah we are going to still be active on social media. We love that Simpson's about twitter. We love you know posting Simpson's gifts from Frankie AC and interacting with you guys on there so we can continue doing that. There is also a chance that we will be doing little check in episodes probably just us in the kitchen with my cats orange studio. We'll see just to sort of check in because again mom and dad love you started as a very serious divorce like conversation but it's really not a divorce if anything it's like hey you know uncle Steve's GonNa live with us. Your bit weird slight change to your home life. We're swinging a little bit and that's okay. It's twenty nineteen with uncle uncle uncle by blood. That's how it away with that. He's sort of like Dad's best friend Steve. Yes exactly those growing up did you. I bet you did I had a literal uncle. Steve it counts. Dad's best friend is also are absolutely that's the best way to be -solutely originally so we already have some really solid ideas some of which blocked others not but while we are preparing our episode let us know who are some guests who are some people in the simpsons universe so this means a voice actor a writer director and animator someone. Who has maybe already been on ECOWAS? Maybe not let us know who is it that you would really like to hear from. I think it's quite obvious that a Futurama episode like we it-it's will be happening in. You've if you've ever wanted to know what are hot takes on the few Jr our future you. You'RE GONNA like round springfield. I'm very excited and now that we're going to have a little bit of a break. We're going to be able to use this energy and time to really really put it towards the show. It's going to be so much fun and in terms of like the kind the nitty gritty boring questions that are very important about what it means if you are a maximum donor. Those types of questions are going to become very clear to you. Don't you worry we. WE AIN'T GONNA be stealing your money an underpaid break don't you've. I'm very excited. We're going to tell you guys more about this as it comes along. We hope that you guys listen to because we're super excited but until then we still have one more episode next leaking we are so so so excited and happy and we love you and it. It's your fault but it's not your fault. It's your fault that we've stayed on for this and you know that alone. One is is so delightful to be doing podcast for this long and to be doing it with you. Ellie your sister and I love you. We'd yeah I- listeners especially if you've been there since the very beginning have gotten to almost in a way watch our friendship developed because we we weren't B._F._f.'s when we started. We were just two people who like the simpsons who like each other each other's fashion. I was a meat eater at the time God you know I've really really changed your hair's change change. I pay a haircut in Paris I yes you did. I just remembered that I'm not bragging but if you were my friend listeners I might pay for you to get a haircut in Paris thirty one of our levels of the pledge drive. I know it's been it's been into light to basically our our friendship has developed on air and that's been really great and you know I've talked to a lot of other people that have creative partner podcasting host people and it's hard to think especially with really any creative endeavor. You can't really date you know have like a sort of dating waiting period where you sort of Suss each other out I suppose you can but usually it's like. You're either enter your out yeah and I think we both got very lucky to we just ended up being kind of soul. Maybe in that way now let's play. Hey the soulmate clip from the simpsons as our little exit. Find Your soulmate homer find your soulmate winner where this is just your memory. I can't get in a new information. ooh That was meaningful cleans. Everything's coming up.

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Super Bowl Winners and Losers

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Super Bowl Winners and Losers

"It's Monday February third. Welcome to market foolery. I'm macaroni and I am joined in studio by Motley. Fool unless Andy Cross and Ron Gross Gentlemen Welcome. How are we doing good back are you? I'm doing good I'm doing good. We're GONNA talk some Super Bowl we're gonNA talk about the ads winners and losers but we're going to start on a slightly less light note and by slightly. I mean a lot less. Yes yes we're GONNA talk corona virus arrest the. US issuing travel advisory warning residents not to travel to China China's Foreign Ministry accusing the US government of feeding mass hysteria. Now we're business show and we're show for investors so we want to talk about that angle with this unfolding story. Economists Mohamed El Aryan saying the virus is going to paralyze China and cascade throughout the global economy and Andy. He says we should resist any inclination to buy the dip well. Muhammed like every other analysts and student of the market and then scientists when it comes to the corona virus is under operating a under a lot of uncertainty. There's a lot we just do not know about this virus so I think a lot of information is being spread Hopefully trying to be helpful but also it starts to send people in a little bit of of a were certainly worried if not panic mode This is a virus. We just don't understand. We don't know a lot of information having a lot of information in about Max oh the studies and some of the research has coming up at about how fast it is spreading even though the death rate is a little bit lower than what we saw with the SARS outbreak Eh. From two thousand and three it's spreading very rapidly and very fast and we just don't have a lot of information so a lot of analysts are making predictions and so obviously Mohamed is making a prediction. Here that is going to spread. And don't be don't be interested or don't be in a rush to buy the dip so the way that I'm thinking about this. This is a very serious situation. We see a lot of companies from apple to starbucks and other ones starting to the United States government obviously starting to starting to impact their business. We talked about this last week on the radio show starbucks closing their some of their stores. They've already closed. More than half in China and apple has closed their stores and a lot of their operations as well so it is impactful into those businesses I think as long term investors. We have to understand that there are going to be situations like this. We just don't have information. We don't know especially when it comes to health outbreaks and the markets especially Ashley today that are operating in taking information and making quick decisions and making conclusions and that's impacting millions billions millions of dollars that's being treated in the marketplace very rapidly so individual investors long-term investors like us have to take all that information in make sure that we are set to understand understand how this may impact our portfolios and that our portfolios are set up appropriately from a risk mitigation perspective. So for me. I'm thinking okay. Do I need to have have some more cash on the sidelines. Because I don't know this might last two days might last two months it might last a year depends on how the markets are GonNa react and the seriousness of the virus name patients on business so I just WanNa make sure investors are ready for a situation like this because as we know the studies show the markets are very fluid and and they fall ten percent every year so that's just an typical kind of like regular market cycle in these situations. Come in interest rates raise fall they drop viruses irises. Come out and they spread. This is a very serious situation. We don't know so. Investors have to make sure that their portfolios are setting up to to handle situations like this in the short term. Yeah I th I think it makes sense to compare this to the SARS virus in two thousand and two two thousand three. It's the most comparative thing we can look to. That crisis was really measured in terms of months and then we had a pretty dramatic rebound. This does seem like it has the potential at least to be much worse. So it's it's SARS ars times too I don't I don't know he said we don't know how bad this is going to be. China has become such an essential part of the global supply. I chain that this will reverberate around the global economy. Obviously it's not just a China problem. So semiconductors are going to be impacted as Andy said apple starbucks Walmart will be impacted lots of stores over in China General Motors sells more cars into China than it doesn't the US So lots lots of Industries Chris here so so what is one really to do so I personally would maybe wait to put money into those industries. Some of those industries most impacted. I would agree with Mohamed. Don't be too ready to jump in because this could continue to get worse But on the other hand I'm also not selling. I'm I'M NOT GONNA sell my starbucks because they perhaps are going to have a shaky six to twelve months or who knows how long I take a longer-term perspective if if I owned a store that was Down here on the corner of Alexandria. Virginia and I knew I was going to have a bad year because the flu virus was really tough and and people were not coming out to my store. I would not be looking to sell my store I would take much longer. outlook And as Andy said see if you have money on the sidelines and then and when appropriate. Maybe it'd be nice to get some bargains. Let's say one more thing into account in two thousand and two. The valuations nations were not stretched like they are now so investors are almost looking for a reason to sell stocks. Off a great point Ronn too because we come off this massive fantastic two thousand nineteen year. We've into twenty. It's an election year. So there's as Ron said. Investors are looking for reasons to get rid of their stocks and start to make these wholesale neil decisions where it's like. I'm in or out and we really want to advise listeners. Out there and and members investors who follow our advice not to take that that perspective effective. If you WANNA have some used as an opportunity to maybe take some money and build up your position. I think that's smart. I wouldn't go certainly not go whole Hog But if you want to add a little few more percent to your holdings into cash. I think that's fine. We're coming off a very good time in the markets and the stocks have been now historically selling at a richer multiple so this situation could be a chance to make sure that your portfolio set up to be able to last for the for the length of any kind of timeline around on this virus. But what about the person who who sees this story. I mean we often say and we we hear and we know that emotion can be the enemy of investors right. It can lead to make decisions decisions. That are much more short term focus. So what about someone who's watching this play out and they say you know what it's the same business that it was a month ago. It just happens to have been particularly hit by this. You know in the short term so why not buy more for what do you say to that person. Who says this is a hiccup? It's the same business so I'm going to take this opportunity and I'm GonNa Invest. That actually is a fair thing to say okay and you probably would be fine doing that. WHO's to say if it's GonNa get even weaker and you would have an opportunity to buy it even cheaper? No one really knows that. So you know like Warren Buffett offenses if you have a stake on Monday and the same stake is cheaper on Friday. He loves that and he's happy to buy the same steak at a cheaper price. So you can do that in this particular case. I just don't be impulsive. I think is what Mohammed was kind of saying and I agree with that either on the sell side or the buy side. Impulsiveness never work. I think what's really critical is understand. You're holding time time period and that if you are going to be an investor who's holding these businesses for three five years you can certainly take that approach if you're a little bit more short term. This is one one reason why we don't like being this. Short term is these talks are going to be more volatile. Their businesses will be hit. Ron pointed out a couple industries and in fact I think a lot of industries will be hit by this so understand that is going to have an impact on earnings So if your time horizon again please stretch out your time horizon. Think more in those three five year periods even longer when you're you're buying businesses and being a long-term investment those taking advantage is is fine Toronto point and to Mohammed maybe not just be. Don't be never be impulsive. And certainly don't use this as this chance to start being impulsive okay. Well it's time for an abrupt segue. We are going to move to the super bowl silly Ravitz segues for kids and Super Bowl commercials. I want to get your thoughts on the Super Bowl commercials and we're gonNA start with the top five commercials. According to add meter k the number one ranked commercial was GPS groundhog day featuring Bill Murray number two was smart. Pock number three was Google Loretto. Don't wear the man used Google Assistant to bring up memories of his late. Wife number four was Doritos the cool ranch which featured a showdown between Lil NAS and Sam Elliott and coming in at number five was rocket mortgage is comfortable spot featuring the guy who plays aqua man so yes so. Let's lead it off. Ron Gross. Yeah do you have. Do you have a stand out our favor. Overall thoughts on Super Bowl ads. I thought they were pretty good this year. I'm not one that eve cheer says says glued to the TV. He can't wait for them. But you know I always keep keep an eye on them and this year I think they were pretty good. Some fell flat for sure. The Google and boy that got me ahead of had excused myself fervent tended. I had some allergies needed to clear up routine because that was that was pretty emotion. Crush me. Yeah it was. It was tears. I you know I got glossy eyed. Yeah I got a little I got a little. I thought the second half commercials were much better than the first half. I like that list. That ad meter sure who had meter is or how they rate these ads but I did like I liked all that they they mentioned. I thought the Alexa ad from Amazon with Ellen Generous and Porsche Rossi drowsy. I thought that was very good. I like that the idea. Do you have like how do we live before we could just kinda ask Alexa. And they kind of went through different historical funny situation. I thought that was that was that was a nice ad that basically sleep pointed to the value of this but also spoke to the brand the brand power of Alexa and Amazon in general over. Okay I didn't I didn't think any particular the super funny Although I did like the the Bill Murray ad for jeep was pretty funny. Love had to explain to my daughter's because they didn't understand who bill Mary was and what ground home so I smacked pack made me laugh the most I think or maybe smile that was that was clever right I would. I would watch that again. I actually whereas most of these I would doesn't doesn't appeal to me to watch again so in terms of the business impact. Is there one of these as that. You look at what I did. I think that did the most for the business one that I particularly had a little bit of discussion in my family because because it was environmentally focus was the Michelob. Ultra pure gold ad that talked about the environmental impact for farmers. So michelob is transitioning six square feet of farmland to organic for every six pack. That you buy of Niccolo pure gold six so that would help farmers as we transition and also helps the environment I thought that was very impactful for Michelob. And for their consumers the other is because there's such large companies I was like what the real value of them this one was like directly. Oh I can see my benefit if I buy this. Expect I can help. The the farmers help provide the products. I thought that was that was impactful from a consumer side. He I I think some of the ones we mentioned resonated from a business perspective the Amazon Alexa One really reminds you of how far we've come and all the amazing things that we can now do With with Voice activated computers like Alexa. I think the goal one would stick with me. Think of all the things that that you can do using Google For some reason the variety which I haven't heard much many people talk about the one. That's focused on five G.. And the firefighters that that really stuck with me and I think we'll continue to stick with me because it was emotional kind of Had An emotional impact on me. It didn't have much to do with five G.. It didn't really tell you what five G. was was really what it would do. But it's going to stick with me. Okay well as we wrap up here I want to do a lightning round spot. You up with a few of the other ads and get your quick take. And let's begin with the snickers ad I I actually liked this ad about snickers and feeding the world snickers because it actually brought back memories of the old Coca Khelad. I'd like to teach the world to seeing where they're all walking and singing and everyone's feeling good. What do you think about the snickers ad this singing was find? I didn't get the big hole so at the end I thought to fill a little flat. They were feeding feeding the earth there feeding the war. Okay yeah it I thought it was fine I mean they. They huge snickers bar. They carried in with a helicopter. I think at the end like it did put to to bend. That it was snicker so I liked that but I didn't really think the I was particularly that great okay facebook's Ad for facebook groups I confess. I really liked that Ad. I like that one. I thought that I I saw couple articles that kind of a little bit but I thought it was it was I think that was their only add so I I appreciate the fact that they were going out there trying to emphasize the value of the facebook network and the ability to connect people so I thought that was pretty good and how about the Microsoft spot featuring Katie sours the first woman to coach in the NFL. She's an assistant coach with the San Francisco. High I I really liked this one. This is one of my favorite ones. It was very light on Microsoft. Not until the end did you really understand that it was a Microsoft agreed generally early but I thought that was very powerful and spoke to the real a testament to what Katie is done at the at the forty niners. That's very impressive. Yeah I agree. I don't don't think it does much for Microsoft but it was still a great great message for folks watching and let let's close with the planters. Add now there's there's a lot of kerfuffle for the last couple of weeks about that like the death of the planters peanut guy and so the planners ad in case. You didn't see it. It's Wesley Snipes presiding over the funeral role. And you think that they are you know basically the MR planters. PEANUTS IS DEAD and turns out that he is reincarnated right as a baby. Yeah Ah Baby Peanut. I think I think that the big myths there and I didn't get why the baby peanut sounded like a Dolphin Dolphin. The only really funny when he said something like. Where's my monocle? That made me giggle and it was also odd that Mr Cool Mr kool-aid was at a funeral and he was crying. Dan You know the big picture of tier is what brought Mr Peanut back. And you know what I don't think they would have been in the same social group so the Ad Pitcher. It's your Mr Peanut and Mr Kula hanging out. No I didn't get this one I didn't just recalling. There's probably a more of an. I'm not sure he had a lot of deep friendships. I know he's a nice ice fun guy. It was the cool guys boisterous. He's boisterous hanging out with him. The whole the whole thing on a slightly more serious note. I think the reason that doesn't work mark. I'm not sure people really care about Mr Peanut. I'm were you affected off by his death and not in any way. Okay well there you go. They did talk about it around the office quite a bit blenders. They gave him this backstory using war. One and I'm that's terrible because if you're serving in the war and you're like in a trench with Mr Pena Year so bombed like oh my gosh. I'm a dead man. When when you say we around the office do you really mean okay? As we wrap up the desert island question. Let's focus on four of the big publicly traded companies that advertise on the Super Bowl. You're on a desert island for the next five years. You can only own one of these stocks Amazon alphabet Microsoft or Facebook Hoof. Well first of all I think you you should own off four. Yeah that's a nice little little portfolio. You got there the FA- ahead of pick one. It's almost literally almost impossible. I own facebook And I used to own Microsoft kicking myself They're not facebook. That would be my last on the list of the four. Yeah I'll say Amazon. Also Microsoft just to take the other side of the cloud trade. That was a good one. Okay well as always people on the show may have interest in the stocks they talk about and the Motley fool may have formal recommendations for against Saddam buyer sells stocks based solely on. What you hear Indian Ron? Thanks for joining me. Thanks Mike that's it for this edition of market for the show is mixed by amyloid. I'm macadear thanks for listening and we will see you tomorrow.

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Crushing Domestic Bliss

Wood Talk

56:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Crushing Domestic Bliss

"They would talk. They'll here are three guys who came saw and sawed again until they ran out of would mark shannon and mad right. It's show number four eighty nine for november fourth twenty twenty. Today's show we're talking about matt seriously. It's all about matt. His new house his new shop. Some changes from what. I what i think he was going to do. Some things changed a lot of cool things going on. Make sure you stick crash this. There's something something you don't really know. I mean four surprise you. Click working audio. Still does yeah. I used to consider matt a friend. And then i realized i actually only find out what's going on in his life on would talk me so i'm interested to hear what's happening so i'm looking forward to it but before we get to that. I want to let you know that we'll talk. Brought to you by rockefeller rattlers been helping customers. Create with confidence for over sixty five years. Black friday deals going on right now. Shop early for the best selection in stores or rock dot com and their gift. Making sale is still going on which includes all the supplies that you need for the gift. Making season sale runs from october. Second to november twenty fifth. So don't miss it and you have support the show you can do so go into dot com slash woodstock scientific on patron of the show this week. We're to think galactic square inch these steve mills the chuck thompson writer nimick and without all dog. Five thousand all dog down all right. It's a family. Show the joke i want to say i can't but let's just use machinations. Maybe it's a i don. I think it is an l. right. Yeah so the mets checking right now. I'm sue either way. It would be an amazing piece of equipment. Let's put it that way. oh okay. So here's my favorite part of the show. Mac it's to talk So look we know you move or no. We know you bought a house. You haven't moved correct. And the last i heard regarding the shop was like the shop was part of a future plan but i didn't know exactly what you were going to. The most important thing was you were keeping the shop While you maintain the other house keeping it in the same place for the time being but that seems to not be the case yeah brings up to speed. The thing that changed was we had our first meeting with the architects for the design. And house. acas we're gonna make a nigga bigger some more space there with the timeframes with what they're doing right now with like apparently like everything is super behind due to all of us. Covert stuff. The timeframe that i had preferred or wanted is not going to be happening. So it's gonna be being like starting with this thing in the spring like march something more realistically. It's probably my june. So for march is only i. Don't they four or five months. So i for that time worth us to move to this house to then move out for the true But with that kind of time okay. Well that's a lot longer. It feels a lot longer at at that point. Plus for like the more time we spend their more like this is a nice place like the lands. really nice to be at and We spent all this money on this place. So you know what bush here and then we'll just move back next summer we'll do it. It's like it's like cooking the most amazing meal. And then someone telling you that you can eat it for three hours right. Just sit there look at it and smell it but you can't eat it and we were like two weeks to get to this decision bull here. We're going there for the weekends and we realized that it's kind of like it's not fun like going back and forth no and like you go there to spend the day. They're in like nine your stuff so there. You realize like lindsey. What's grocery store bought. A bunch of cans to make chili window can opener. So i can't open and so we can make dinner. Yeah there's no like there's got to be an axe laying around on their property somewhere. Come on there's nothing more more likely it took. Instead of two weeks. He took lindsay. Doing one commute from the new house to go. Yep we're staying here. Now that's true too. But the the commute thing is it's forty five minutes to get to the to the house annemarie sick of it and this is the same committee lindsay been doing for eight years her job her office. You had a couple of days and she's been doing it for time like i don't know how you did this for years. This is terrible. Sucks all the time like we're there like all day and like it's like eight or nine o'clock then you still going to drive home for forty five minutes. Yeah yes. that's the one thing that i always thought like having like an offsite shop would do me in to have to drive there. And then the worst part to drive home at the end of the day. I don't think i would end up doing so much less woodworking there there's definitely advantages and disadvantages to that. You know if you've got an in case you've got young kids at home. Sometimes being away from the house is a really really good thing. But then there is also that disadvantage. Oh it's i'm not actually working tonight after work. But i want to go in and i've got to glue ups that i need to progress to the next stage. That will save me. You know six hours tomorrow. If i can go out twice but i'm only out there for five minutes while not going to go drive too shy to do those simple little things so i mean there's definitely bonuses but also disadvantages. So here's the question with the plan that you have with the architect and the builder and everything i i would imagine there. No plan survives contact with the enemy. This is actually a really good opportunity for you to shoot some holes in that plan like the actually live in the house for a couple of months and go okay this planning but that's not gonna work or make it bigger or something like that. That was one of the things the architect actually suggested that we move in the house forbid thickly understand the flow right. He didn't want change orders. Theoretical at this point. Yeah i mean theoretically right now is like well. It's a two bedroom house so it's the same bedrooms as we have now So that's like the biggest thing you want to change is to throw more bedrooms on the second floor which means that the main floor gets bumped out to do which means that. There's now a bump on the basement as well. So we're gonna have all the square footage. Just because he want the second story bedrooms rhett needs to be used for something productive and useful and like shirley kitchen. I can get bigger but like how the kitchen can't be two stories. And well i mean i guess atri kitchen and an actual cooking floor adding square footage without a purposeful square footage. That that makes sense could mean a. That's kind of weird to be there so we've toured about one hundred houses in the last three years and we have seen a lot of houses that have additions on them. That have absolutely no thought put into them. Just throw us extra box on the side of the house and have more square footage but there's no flow at all and is the worst is makes absolutely no sense to like the floor of the house at all when they put great remind the house and set the opposite of the house like the kitchen. And it's like fifty foot walk through the kitchen through a four rooms for your entertaining space but it makes absolutely no sense mini. What's he did it. You have to cross the laundry room to get to the kitchen right search. Go through go through the garage to find the family room. The more square footage on so it makes sense to the kitchen and journey. Music starts playing in your wait a minute. That's that's where your couch in your takata. Walk all the way the kitchen to get a bag of chips or make popcorn or something. And i'm passing through an office and living room and a dining room and now kitchen right before we get to the shop. Talk stuff is pricing looking. Because all i hear from anybody who's buying lumber these days is how expensive everything is is now kind of like the absolute worst time to be getting something to your house also hoping that by next year things have settled down a little bit but in the grand scheme of things like the lumber costs on this place is small percentage of the overall. So i don't really yes. It costs more. But when you look at the actual scope of the project is it's such a small percentage of the overall budget. Yeah you've got excavation to do and that that's exactly what they huge cost. yeah but again a foundation. That's a way much less way more than a couple of sticks to by fours. Sure right so. At the end of the day i don't really see. It impacting a whole lot. If you're doing a whole house maybe like a giant house or something. Maybe then but okay so you so from what i understand. You are moving the shop into this new garage but before you talk about that even so you did a video on this. Because i think you got you know kind of harassed by the internet community. About like watt. Why you are not using the the barn. That's on this property for your shop. Guinness piece of livestock. Well i mean it's haunted. Ask because it's it's a barn. It's it's currently set up as a barn for like animals. So it's not insulated. It's got dirt floors. Smells like pee. It smells like like you can't really you. Don't get that on camera worth like dang musty because it's a barn and like animals have been peeing and pooping in there for years. I don't know if it's true. But i heard that. This is how stickler found out that ammonia fumes white oak wouldn't surprise me. I actually don't know if that's true. But i have heard that that. That's how it was discovered is is by furniture being made in a barn and that ammonia fumes turn the would darker under like we have a new stain. Missed opportunity then. I started bawling horse. Pt yeah there you go put that on our tent with your furniture while the kind of work that it would take to convert the barn to an actual sealed up insulated usable. I'm assuming there's no concrete on the ground crack third floor so all of that you would have to do to turn this shell of building into something useful. I i'd like. Is it worth it to go through that ever. The other thing too is with the timeframe no time for him to try and get into this gets move. Don't know as the lead time game that done is. I'm sure a lot of time. And i think the other assumption that a lot of people made was at the barn was huge Like a lot bigger than it really is so the barn is seven hundred and forty eight square feet. Oh yeah without thought out yet to be insulated right so by a tiny do that. You're probably right around seven hundred and you put all that effort into it and it's like you you're going to gonna just make something a little bit bigger. So that is the plan eventually build an actual shop. So i'm looking at. This is like by comparison. What's the garage. Like thousand eleven hundred six fifty. Does this a three car garage right. Yeah okay yeah really. Yes the success. So it's like this fifty square feet difference. Yeah i've got a four car. Garage mine is only like eight something. So that's sounds about right. Wow mine's three hundred and thirty and it's a single car. Just multiplied by three just assumed. Okay deeper i guess it is. It is a bit deeper than most but yeah interesting Okay so when you have to. Could you just pour a slab though when you've got post barn like that. I assume you've got posts sunk into the dirt especially on a foundation is okay it's Whatever that's actually block walls. Okay the this. Call the basements or the main level. The walls are all block on foundation around footings. Could you use that for lumber storage. Could you stacks labs in there. I mean i would wanna put a barrier down. I but yeah. What is your own goal for the barton so the bar. I think it's gonna kind of float in limbo for now until we've spent some time there and kind of understand what we need from. The property makes I may end up just converting it to finish space just to have it in the future. When i don't have a deadline to get to have the additional overflow shop area make like the the metal shop something like that or just have it as just a nicer place to be for storage or something. Blacksmith shop there you go content more things. That's where you your horses that out in the open you do that inside. He's traumatized the kids. I'm really getting into the high glue. Production market lord. Oh okay let me tell you. There's currently to manufacturers. And they pretty much. Yeah have it also luck with all right so the guys shop. The last thing i saw was a poxy paint going on the garage floor so bring his bring us into. This garage was the plan. what's happened. What are you doing so basically turning this three car garage into the shop. I have which is a car. And it's it's uncanny like this exactly like process. I went through nine years ago. I said the shop floor paint. The walls painted got the lights in iran all the electrical and then i like the shelf space ready to go and it was It was a long one flask. Did this and. I'm hoping to get knocked a little bit faster so last weekend. I got the floors painted. Still has some time to cure with that stuff. You need some cure time on that before we start going crazy and dragging crap all over it. Plus it'll knock you out like the gases off. That's though for tie tried on this in mccur shop. I use a water based off the shelf garage floor coating paint to paint product. Whatever you wanna call it. So that was a water based one. And i'm like oh. That was was shopping again. There's there's Solvent-based one here one. We'll see how it compares over a few years and seattle holds up there. I was not ready for that. My yeah saw the al qaeda whatever. Oh my gosh. that's pretty bad. This is legit solvent-based. Ill kill you when a when they did my shop in arizona. These guys were in there with respirators. And i'm like as probably smells really bad. How bad can it be just walking by or six feet away. I was like holy crap that is noxious and can you guess what i forgot. The house. respirator quickest possible ahead. The doors open like that helps. Luckily so the the biggest advantage of the garage it has in floor. He'd already so i could. I could paint the floor and have the air temperature like fifty or forty or whatever but the slab is still sixty. So the paint. Because it's still going to cure it. It's fine with the doors open. Which is a nice plus screen but Definitely stunk up the whole house on. We don't live there the doors so the house were closed. Like it's still it permeated. Yeah so are you. You have insulated walls and ceiling in the garage. So it's all that was a condition space. Prep for that. So the walls already insulated. They're actually muttered or i skim coat muddied and taped and then the other floors obviously insulated as well and the ceilings insulated. How could i mean if i were in your shoes. I don't see how would come to any other decision like that. Space is really ready to become a shop. This path of least resistance time. Oh yes exactly. That's exactly like there's there's still a lot of work to do but it's so much closer to being like the space that i actually want like inflow heat is like the dream for me to have silent quiet. He that's the best that's the best right. I don't have to worry about the fan noise and it's supposed to be really consistent. He to right like there's there's i. It's it's incredible. It's it's so the biggest problem with that space and the in floor heat is it takes a long time for bring the air temperature backup so if you opened the doors for a long time is gonna be cold there for a while. Don't open doors well. I don't really plan to that often. But yes but employing like just you know. Regular plug in space heater would be kind of a nice stopgap drave already have one from your current shop right and just i mean that's what i use in my shop in this tiny little like it's meant it's actually labeled as under desk space eater like you're supposed to put it to warm your feet and a cubicle granted i if only three hundred square feet in my shop but just because the shop as well insulated i turn it on for like five minutes and i'm like oh my god it's hot in here. You know you it on a max. Obviously for five minutes but it really doesn't take long so it seems to me. That would be a nice solution you know when you do open that door also thinking in the summer so i might do like a mini split. So i'm going to have air conditioners wall mr cool okay. A lot of things about of course. Of course you have. That's how i don't even know that this is like a path of least resistance view. This just seems to be the obvious choice. Like i mean. I think so. I get the romance of the barn. Oh what a cool thing to work in a barn. But i don't think how many people have exactly how many people who think that have worked in a works in a horse barn. Oh well okay. Apparently there's one man stictly if you guys go way back in woodworking podcasting history to the way of the podcast mckinney. He worked in a pole barn. And i remember talking to mac and he's like it is cold in and he's he's like i don't have to worry about dropping my children's on the floor except for the fact that they get covered in mud like i don't know i don't know the pole barn doesn't quite look like roy underhill shop. Because that's a set. I can tell you a jury works in a big building. That is very barn link. And i think it's because the kind of built it and then never necessarily got it to one hundred percent finished before they started to work in it. And it is drafty and big and And it was very cold even though it wasn't even winter when i was there so Yeah i mean. I think you'd have to go through a lot of renovation to turn a barn into a very fun workshops space. Yeah take insult with with the arrangement of the rooms and everything like the way. My house is the easiest way to get to our vehicles in the driveway unfortunately is through the shop so every time the kids go to school or nicole has to go do whatever she does with her hair or something She leaves the garage door open for like ten minutes getting to the car. And there's always the most sexist comment. I've ever heard whatever she has to do with their hair or something sexist. It's an observation. She got because she just did this to me like yesterday. She got her hair done but the door was open for like twenty five minutes and all of my hot air is just flow. Just see money flying out the door and and this is going back to Shadow was saying. That's one of the reasons why i still have. My four-star heater is when that happens. I usually turn it on to get a quick burst of hot air to replenish that. Hot air supply and then let the mini split. Do the rest of the job to maintain for the rest of the day So my question for you. Though is the arrangement of the house. I assume most houses have an access. That's actually pretty easy to get to the driveway. That does not go through the garage. Is that something you have. Yeah yeah the front door is like right there so my house at it makes no sense to go out the front door. Walk all the way around the house to get to the driveway and then cs. Why we don't do is definitely not set up for that. It's only the only weird thing to the shop is. There's no door like person door to the outside. Okay all right so let's going to become annoying. I think because in order like get things in the shop like waiting to get something. I gotta either walk through the house or opened garage door. Certainly minimizes Air loss to if you had a man during yeah. That's how mine is. I just have a garage door mine too. Is there a space to put a door. Nothing that would make sense. 'cause the only wallow would make sense as the front of the house and then there's a way to front doors in. That house was like seven doors on this house already okay. I don't really need another entry door to this house about a window. Can you go through the window. And it's a weird. There aren't any windows on the ground. Kidding okay so not even a window to jump except the door. The doors have by the top. Pain is got the window things. Sure to let some light but you know because what we do. I'm probably gonna cover those right. They're also because they're south windows two so they're going to be like it's going to be this like hot spot somewhere in the shot at all times right. If i'm feeling during the day are the are the doors insulated. They are okay. Good that's nice. That was a huge upgrade for me. I didn't even think about it at the time and i was like leaking air everywhere. And then i put in a new insulated door. And it's like man. It's hot in here. Open the door to hot so down. Sorry good with that in floor heating. Does it work as well if you end up covering it like with rubber floor. Matting has no idea. i don't wanna be. Is i know putting the rubber flooring down in my shop. It changed the acoustics entirely of my shop for the better. And i really do feel like it makes it warmer but then again. My lab is heated. Just provides that insulated barrier above the slab shouldn't just what rebate through shouldn't just heat up the rubber floor mats are. I don't know. I would hate to lose that benefit but at the same time. I don't think i could ever work in a just a slide for shop anymore. I'm spoiled lifestyle. You live over there. That that's the question. I have no idea why are you. Are you going wall to wall rubber flooring. I mean if it's just You know in the spots where you have tools. It probably won't be an issue jealous though the in floor. Heating sounds really really nice. Yeah let's see so lighting Do you have plans for getting some better lighting in there now. Yeah i was going do like well the same thing. I'm doing right now. As i got those Muslim eight-foot led strip things. The daisy chain. Yeah some. I'm just going to buy a bunch of those. Like mental lighting muschamp now and just throw them up down with. It is as quick rather than like direct wire fixtures pretty cost effective these days to ten dollars or twentieth stick and its twentieth stick. Okay and last question. I have for you Power what's the what's the electrical situation. there's nothing right now so it's like is exactly the same thing as blue shop. I have had a panel in the in the garage added that and then ran. Literally everything off that slope panel. We're kind of like in the air right now whether i do it myself again or is higher it and be done with it Because i mean electrical is like it's a lot of work is leave it at that. It is a lot of work. And i always have this whenever i do anything with electrical. There's always this thing in the back of my mind that i've done it wrong and i get i dislike. It makes it. I sleep better at night when i have a pro. Come in and actually do. Something that i know is done perfectly. I don't have that problem. I had the problem. And every time. I'd do it i'm like why am i. Why never again. Eight life then masks. We'll do it again that's drywall. Grout tiling agrout yeah never know. Nope not gonna do it again. Yes i know how to do it. And now i know why i don't ever do it again. No my my wife just won't let me do electrical. She knows that i can. But i don't know the codes. Am i gonna she gonna pass inspection if i do this and just like mark said you know while i sleep well at night knowing that i was wrong. That's the whole point of the inspection this song this. That's just one of those things where electrical. It's actually not that expensive. I guess. I've never really major electrical but like installing a sub panel. Things like that the time that it takes them to do it verse me. Oh it's so worth it. It's so worth it to just hire. So yeah i mean the amount of electrical. I've had in lights installed. Like i can install lights. You know that's not a problem. If there's a circuit. I can certainly expand that line and and install lights but the amount of lights i needed to put in the amount of holes i needed to into the ceiling having a team of like four four dudes in their win this out in a day i was like yup that was totally worth one hundred percent or to have them do it that my my electrical projects well just my electoral projects a lot of my home projects. They get kind of like ninety percent done. And then there's like okay now i just need to make a little bit of trim to finish it off and that goes undone for like of course only months pretty. Good well okay. I'll be honest. I still have some for years ago. But they're in a corner of the house right now. I've just gotten to the point. Where i kinda like it the way it is. Don't you like the way to see you know who go ahead. I was about to do an ad. But you just totally jacked up. Oh well we can do an ad but after the ad i'd like to hear more about mark mark what's your name matt to hear more about your like arboretum outside the shop plans through that little teaser out and your instagram video about what you plan to do with land. So let's talk about after we talk about rossler right when we come back here. Rats plans to plant trees. You know who can't help you with an arboretum. i dunno push rocket. Could help you with that. Yeah they might have to change the whole script. They probably t- track like tree layout device. Maybe something to hang some grow lights from. Maybe that could work different arboretum near st martin colorado harbor. 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They're so nice that otherwise seem really nice friend who doesn't wanna insult you but they they just out at this point rolling there is all right. So what's what's this about the grow lights or something arboretum. What are we doing well. First of all where is the sawmill in relation to the shop. Like how far away is it not that it matters. It's not like you're selling. The house is the main house. Sorry my bad the plan for this all male. Where are you planning to put it on the front. We're still kind of. We're still up in the air with it. So it's probably gonna go out where we can think the actual shop is going to go with someday. Which is going to be like way in the back of the property. Wait a minute so you're going to build another shop working this temporary baby. This is just temporary all right. Sorry this portion of the video or the The podcast are you in your dream shop or building. All right is this is. This is brilliant. I'm telling you man. This is exactly if the funds were there. This is exactly how i would plan this. This would be a temporary thing may be a four to five year plan but the dream shop being the ultimate plan for this. I mean so much space. You have the best of both worlds because it when you have the young kids at home if you have something that is physically distant but not drive worthy exactly you know there is enough distance there. You can still go out and do what you need to do. You can get on your little little bicycle or your farm segway or something. All-terrain segue great idea. And you scoot over to your shop when you need to. But it's physically distant enough that you're not going to be dragged down by the normal domestic bliss that distracts you from work dragged down by the voice. You know what i'm talking about. Yeah that's that's great and then your you know your family can feel good. Because they know dads out in the shop. They could probably see it from the house. And you're you're there but you're not there. Just get good wifi. That's all present but distant exactly so We're talking dream shop now and this is going to be a little bit more of a general conversation for all three of us. It's a question of whether we're in or dream shops. Do we already have them. And what does the dream shop look like at this point so matt since we're talking about you today why don't you kick it off. What is what is the dream shop. Long-term plan here and do you walk through the arboretum to get to it or yeah zip line through. You might have a smaller. I read them on the way she's just stopped for. Can the second arboretum that you pick a benign off the banana tree to gonna work here in minnesota. No try it. I mean. I thought this greenhouse just rose one banana trees on the way the shops. When i'm on the away. I can pick a banana and keep moving. Yeah it'll be a big thing for the kids like once. We are talking dream. Shocker matt think big man might be moral bananas grow in minnesota perfect right wonderfully one of the things. We're looking for with the the new house. Should the property whatever. It was the acreage to allow me to build basically whatever i wanted the way that a lot of these cities zoning things go city ordinances go. Is that you the size of your outbuildings depends on the size of your lot for the bigger lot. The bigger your outbuildings can be and the one. We'd ended up with here in the city that we're at the ordinances are i am on the unlimited plan which is kinda nice unlimited ya not limited limited in square footage and quantity. Wow wow so you could build like a nuclear plant in. They'd be okay with it. Might be a little bit something a little bit goofy that process. But you know what you don't actually fire it up. Just it's their skill replica. Model very active cooling tower story about you do the cremona school woodworking mark adams deck and buildings. We'll take another step back. So one of the other like challenges and considerations had with the move was fighting a a property. That was big enough in a town that had the right ordinances that was favorable to home based businesses. Sure which is like a whole spectrum of considerations that are too so luckily we landed in a town that has very favorable home based businesses and also have a lot big enough. Where i i'm kind of in that tier where they don't really care right. I guess so. Wow you've actually got some bought into this good for you. All my god. I've read so many like every for anybody who lives around here every city in washington county. I have gone through their city. Ordinances the see where they stand on everything they want to do in my future and mike not setting myself up for future road based on where i decide to live so find out after the fact you know like that was always a thing to. That's one of the challenges we had with off the realtors we went through is they would like set us up with these awesome houses and shown to us and they would never have researched the city. Ordinances la so. When i get there and i m okay what what's the total square footage for the outbuildings nath year. And they have no idea and the okay once you go look it up. I have to go look it up. Okay it's your job okay but you commission just went down by a percent do so anyway. I looked them all up. Everywhere have been and there have been some places that we absolutely loved that. I've had to eliminate because i i wouldn't be able to have a a business man properties a dealbreaker even if i have twenty acres or more now as the son of a real estate broker and longtime real estate agent. That's wrong just for folks out there. Don't don't don't be saying that's not the agents responsibility. Maybe it's not agents responsibility but a good agent will understand what what's important to their customer and look at these things if they want man's business that's your going to have to do. That's that's a little ridiculous. I mean that should be the number one thing. We have a home based business. We plan to grow the home based business. We want acreage. Figure it out. Lady that was. That was exactly the the experience i had. That isn't like we're like we tell them. We want a new day created for this business. I had a sawmill. I have all these things. I wanna have a big shop figure it out. Let's at this on the other hand. If f i decided to get my real estate license i would be very valuable to someone in my area looking for a place to put a home based business. You need something else to do. I mean you got a lot of spare time right now so you may as well as anti promise. Yeah i i ain't doing that. So what is the i mean. It's obviously this isn't a future. Have you thought about uh the dream shoppe what that might look like. Yes i want to do. A timber frame. I built myself and then like cut Beams four and post myself okay. Which if we talk about this in five years. I'm doing it i'll probably regret it but that's my dream is like straight up. Build the whole thing. Male morrison ten big giant posts journal. These giant forty foot beams on my sawmill. All that all that stuff would probably take me a few years which could be interesting trip. This i've definitely romanticize the idea of these big timber frame structures but you could sell tickets to the barn raising to the frame raising. That's true okay. Money for a chance to be part of the frame raising crew out for that help you lift a couple beams or you do it at least mark and i decide and direct. Cranes would be doing that. I think he'd be like holding the guide wires or something. Yeah we can get you doing that. Yeah probably work. I wanna be the guy that nails the branch to the top of the a pretty sure. That's my job. no. I just called dibs pressure. Sure i get that. Glory calling shotgun. I just wanna. I just wanna make lemonade for the sweaty. Men can do that. Like amish barn raising like movies neighbor. Yeah they there's always the the lady with the little bonnet that comes out with a pitcher lemonade for the men to take the grabbed their little hankerchief wipe their forehead. Take a swig of the lemonade and go back to work. You don't talk about mar barrings. Yes as long as you wear the bonnet mark a makes whoopie pies. An old-fashioned amish party can have an amish party without we'll be buying europe them whoopie pies. Though the yeti do listen. I spend a lotta time in amish country and I purchased a lot of amish baked goods and they make some won't be pies. I'm telling you they don't just call them like sweet brown things with white stuff in. Its sweep round. Things show title. So look i've i've supposedly. According to video published i've had a dream shop theoretically What and i think people can kind of. Go look at those videos. If they want to know what. I thought a dream shop would look like. I want to know shannon. If you had the opportunity what would your dream shop look like well. It would definitely have a front porch. 'cause the widows useful now it's very much the same plan as matt though probably not quite to the extreme of sawing my own tenders your yum. Although i mean ideally having land i would actually love to have forest land and actually be able to get into silviculture and harvest my own land. That would be really fun. In which case. I have some plans for this really cool bands all mill. I think i would probably end up building power. It goes a quarter inch of minute. It's really that'd be a lot of a lot of feet and they would have to be small children fee to go in. I'm going to go all in. I'm gonna send my kids to this camp. I'll run run fat camps for kids power. The sawmill be good. Slap a big peleton logo on the side of the ban. All i don't think peleton with wannabe associated with a child care. We don't call them fat cats so that would be the plan. But i think like actually getting the right species of timber like i mean. Douglas fir is the timber framing. Would certainly you can do things like oak and such like that but being able to actually find the trees to to forty foot pole although i could get into scarf joints and stuff. I don't know it's just one of those things where i actually know sawmills through my job. That that provide for timber framers search and they will cut they will. They will play in it for you or they'll just send it to you right off the mill and that's really what i'd want just can't essentially but that would be the goal would be to actually timber frame my own shop. If you look at like pictures of greg. Pennington the windsor chair maker look at pictures of his shop yet. That's kind of where i'm going. The the funny thing is is the dream shop for me is not really about square footage. Certainly it'd be bigger than my current shy a little. I mean i'm quite happy with a three hundred thousand square feet. i have. I wish it was a little bit wider because it is just a single car garage. But i've also been in the shop for gosh twelve years. Now maybe maybe not that long. Whatever it's been a while. And i got really used to the size. I do feel my ability to upgrade certain things Limited by the fact. There's no place to put it like i really would like to build. I have a shave horse in my backyard. That's very english. Badger found out in the woods. Somewhere really beat up looking thing. It was fine. It was split from a log. And but i'd like to build like a really fancy like ten manny style shape horse that goes in the shop climate controls base. But there's just no place for it in here So the plan would be to timber frame. Something that has a loft that you know. I would have access to loft and i could put like a desk up there and make a little little. Cozy design reading nook type place. That would be really cool and then have a almost not not a lean to with like an open like carport type extension of the roof off the side that i could stack lumber in and have like my lumber storage outside the shop off the side somewhere and that would also play well the end the whole idea of having a little bit of forest land because then i can start to goal cremona on people and on at my own number also a yeah. I mean the idea would be. It's not even so much. What the shop is the process of actually building and raising my own shop. And and i would. I would do it old school. That's the funny thing is. I certainly am drawn to hand. Tools but timber framing in general. I i'm so drawn to it with the hand tool approach which is probably a little nuts but you know no no chain. Moore's or for you know. But i do have a iva boring machine. I already have a boring machine. I've got several slicks. This is. This is something that i have already started playing with a little bit because i'm actually on my current land. I was going to timber frame. Like a small. Have raised platform not gazebo covered porch. Type idea And i've actually kinda. Maybe if i'm lucky may do that this particular summer i was thinking about it this year but endemic stuff gotten away of all that but yeah that would be that would be. The goal is to have my own. It would certainly be you know separate from the house but kind of like you're saying that somewhere in the back corner of latin. So yeah my biggest issue is i. I'm not in the right place right now. I don't have enough land. I even looked into the covenants. Because it's just not something. I'm going to do here but i'm also not in the right state. We both know that we're not going to be here long term. We're certainly not going to retire here in maryland. So you know we got to figure out where we're gonna be and then we'll figure out the land side of things colorado. Yeah that's mike gold trees there. Look your mom said. She told me. I talked to her the other day. She's like. I can't wait for shannon to move out here. A very good realtor. I could find them agree. Place switch to got all of city ordinances for homebase already researched. Yeah she's got to figure out how to convince the wife to go back to colorado. She's not into it. Really heather come on have. She didn't have the same rocky mountain. High experience that i did l. thing dang okay so i don't feel like i mean. Do i need to talk about the dream shop thing i i was. I made a video called that. Do i need to discuss it. Question talk about life shop. Talk about how different it is. Now when people put a video up about their dream shop and how supportive people are about. How hitler and small and insignificant your name shop was today's trim shop and how lake how i was a trust fund baby because i could afford to build a shop. Remember those comments the remember those are oh i remember those and i had to delete them because people are jerks. That's why never resolved. I save you guys from having to read that crap. Yeah it was a mess funny. Because in retrospect like it's not like that crazy of an endeavor. No it was a pretty standard shell of a building. You know was insulation and air conditioning and concrete flooring. But i think it was just one of the first. I guess lamb used the term youtubers The one of the first people on youtube to kind of make that jump tonight. And i just got a lot of health for it. It's really funny. Well thank you for setting the stage for us feature folk to do things that are so far beyond the scope of what i did. Interesting is shops. Now it's like workbenches used to have a piece of plywood or whatever and now people are building the workbench out of walnut with you know ebony plug inlays and we're spending thousands of dollars on vice hardware not hundreds thousands on vice hardware. And and that's i'm seeing the same thing happened with shop certainly from from a scale perspective. But i'm also seeing kind of medium sized shops that are being pimped out and out like hardwood ship lap siding board and batten inside. You know hardwood floors with with inlay in the floors you just crazy crazy stuff and then the other stuff like the lighting. While i mean i should talk. I'm the one with smart bulbs in my own shop. But hey it's cheap track lighting. We're talking folks that have like like home. Theater lighting systems in their shop and just beautiful beautifully. Done like this past for any luxury bedroom or room in a luxury house for when you're sleeping on the shop. Yeah and then and then like because it's so kitted out inside like the dust collection has been the antes. Been up there so the point. Where you have like a vic hubbard shop with the dust never actually makes it to the ground it starts falling just it magically disappears before it gets to the ground. It's great one. I think we've also arrived at a point now. I'm just not to go too far down the content rabbit hole but we've arrived at a point where a lot of companies are aware of the power of social media the power of You know these content pieces being out there. It's as someone who works with companies. I could say it has never been easier to get free stuff if you may content so if you are building out a shop it's probably not that hard to get some stuff from mr cool or home depot or you know what i mean like all the standard names we hear just like if you're making a bed you know three years ago You could probably get a casper mattress pretty easily right so a lot of these things. Make it easier for people to to trick out these spaces because you know that's just the nature of the beast right now know it's funny just thinking in terms of having head a supposed dream shop i could. I could tell you my experience going backwards if you will One thing. I realized was. I don't care as much about the shop. As i do about where i am and i was really unhappy in arizona so even though that shop was interesting open book and blank slate that could build upon and it was fun to actually go through that process. I found it very challenging to be happy there. Because i just wasn't happy in arizona and i've got a much smaller shop now that it has floors that don't seem to wanna stay still and it's like a fun house in there. Sometimes i got a lot of things that are great about my shop space but the one thing is it's attached to a home that i love in a place that i love and that makes dream shop my current shop. Oh man yeah seriously and And also here's another thing. I i can't wait. I think you're probably more creative in this regard than i am at But one of the challenges for me is designing something from the ground up deciding where things go where you have internal partitions Open sleet. That's hard for me to design but put me in a space. That has spatial challenges. And i rise to the task of getting things to fit in a way that makes sense in that space. So that was that was something. I confronted here Was a video online. You yeah i guess so but give me an open. Slate like a wide open thing. I have trouble coming up with. That's why my arizona shop just kind of stayed this large open space. And i really didn't do much with it to compartmentalize things. It was kind of wasted space and a lot of ways so anyway. That's my thoughts on dream shops and we didn't really get into my dreams. I guess but a lot of that is that like i'm going to. I want to have a big shot. But it's not gonna be one big giant open room. Yeah i have a lot of different interests. And a lot of things that i can compartmentalize and i think because what we do is a little bit stranger. Do fear i guess in the sense like we're like making content. I think we're gonna talk was later in one of the next shows of being showing like what we have and our shops staying humbled to like this people have so i would have like the studio shop which is like hobby shop. I guess we're like you would have normal stuff. But then there'd be an exhilarating space. I can have like a wide bill. Sander right or those things that i don't necessarily need every day but i haven't there for like another aspect of my business which is surfacing slabs as you call it the real shop the real. It's like it's only lit. It looks like a real shop oddest everywhere just like a real shop. Yeah yeah there's no There's no fancy wifi lights in there head and a lot of a lot of professional academy makers. I'm just thinking of them. My trips to chuck benders shop. He had a machine in the hand shop. You know and one was actually. The machine shop was actually in a garage and the hand tool shop was like in the closed in space behind it. Although i think it was originally all one big garage and you just put a wall up in between but he had a raised a plywood floor in the handle shop and it was incredibly. Well let and you know. Wood paneling on the walls that he had hung tools on and everything and wood burning stove in the corner is very cozy and then the machine shop was slab floor. Lots of cast iron and kind of dark. And that's but you know it was that separation of the heavy milling of work. It was going on in the other room and then he could come in and turn on the stereo and do the of course he did mostly eighteenth century stuff so a lot of time carving in finessing joints and things like that very cool. Yeah that's cool man. Nothing but possibilities. I wish you and i think as far as your little transportation to and from the shopping need one of those one wheel cool things. Oh yeah. I've been looking at that. Like skateboard showed that. I got a hover board by this now like i buy this hardware is like a joke. So now there's one wheels like tires and thing on their all they're cool. I look like. I'm i'm intrigued but i'll say that i got some when i look at my office window. There are some do schnoodle rides through his with his headphones on. And he just has this like coal guy look them as he's scoot by his one wheel it's great. It's good stuff all right. Well that just about does it for us today. Remember that we are proudly sponsored by rock. Ler rattler is a family owned business since nineteen fifty four or go to source for high quality and innovative wood. Working tools finishing supplies hardware lumber and expert advice whether you're building simple. Bookshelf accustomed desk new shop. 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We are very terrible at doing the whole social media like hey everybody there's a new show go listen to it and interacting with those accounts so i'm gonna put this out. There might regret it but if anyone has a little bit of aptitude for social media likes would talk and thinks you might want to do some like free work for. I mean what we can probably throw him some digital content stuff once in a while. We got killed projects to offer. We've got handled school things to offer we can find ways to compensate you So if you think you might be interested in helping us be like that social media arm of what we do when a show is published a write us an email. I i really would love to crowd source this and find someone who could help us out with social media site because we're terrible at it. We're just terrible and is a missed opportunity when people follow us and we don't say use every platform that they follow us on to say. Here's the newest episode at the very least and we suck at that. 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Episode #1770 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Anyway He's talking about Wimbledon Bobby Steve. Duly are at old butner days at Butner. Lake and we can only imagine what that. is about so let's check it out. Let's enjoy it here from last year. The fifteenth of July Two Thousand Nineteen encore show for today. Make sure you get over to the website. And listen to our bar fight feature, bobby duly excuse me Margaret Grey Nj Santos Barfly Championship twenty twenty. One the world famous fill in the General Caitlin Sean. I'm Robert Leonard. Today, we're. GonNa have mix up. And don't listen to be. Checking in. On Tennis Ethnic Yes right. Don't make some chicken on a tennis, and then we'll have bobby and Steve Duly from. Butler Lake because all Butler days. On Butner days is about to happen whatever that is. Is that like a picnic or something. They celebrate old the old days of Butter Lake. The old days of Butler Lake, I thought the town was founded. Let's get into the show Hi Guys Phil Henry here. So, what is it? That's how you get into the show. Here so that's what I said. You're right all right, Phil. Old I don't know what is it? Butlers as they celebrate the days of the old days older. The days of the old buckner I know Phil, but the town itself didn't come into existence until the forties it was who was the man. Dale Butner of biff. It was it was a tab. dabney Butler old old dams buckner. Outta here you guys don't even know well articulated the history at one point. I think was on bobbies. Twitter feed all right so as the old days go. They have a bunch of old timers. They'll have the old timers and the old ladies come out with whatever it is. They bake in their ovens, and they come out with that and dressed in Bonnets I. don't know, but yeah. It's pretty much it. I think I. Know How that Goes Yeah. Your sample the what the ladies have. Put the. You put that a wrong way. Amazes me Margaret. Let's do a speech not amazes me. All the man said we sampled with the old ladies. Did some bad yeah. Your sample the baking of the women. Yes, that's it okay. Feel. What's with your variable? Will what are you? What are you trying to say? You just did me. Let's start over again. No, no, we're going to push on. You just did me doing you. That's what that's what happened. Yeah, yes, what happens is the old bags. You know what who cares the all women, the them bags. Fills the Florida. I know, pick it up the news. Copy that you drop there, but one of days we'll have some kind of a table here and we won't have to drop copy on the floor. I give find a table that made a bit out of the price range. How much was it about fifteen but us? Fifteen bus bus fifteen bucks, yeah. And why didn't you thought that was too expensive I didn't want to spend that much for furniture. It ain't furniture jackets a piece of. I'll get it. I will take this upon myself. A pretty fell. It's a pretty easy thing to explain to the kid will. Apparently it's above his, and you said that bud had a higher aptitude for this than the rest of Ovalles Gone Yeah. Radio work that buying furniture. I tell you what I'll do it. Okay. I can buy furniture for this dump. Wait a minute I don't want furniture all at once. A table I'll do that. All Right Fifteen. That's all you. You don't mind fifteen dollars. No I can over the goodwill right now go to. We'll go with these these thrift stores. That's you had to do, but. I don't like to go to cheap accepting stylish. Danish modern and several mind, okay, thank you with Danish modern tournament. Jazz join up a little bit man. Last thing this was the hospital for a cat. I don't WanNA show yeah, poor breath. Oh, that's where you're bringing. Brave, make you feel sad well. Get Cat, crappier cat bucks. Here here here, cat Derek can't crap. Big Donald had a cat. Yeah, any credit, thank you. Scrape, but so yeah Margaret I'll do it. I'll get the damn table table, so we have old butter days when the old bags show you what they got. Is that if no, that's not what I thought he put it. I didn't put it that way. Somebody else did and they also. Bobby will be here. Yes, that's right when you said Bob Steel will be here. I suddenly sort of I blacked out a little bit. jemele generally gets faint when he hears that we have done of coming up right now. Interestingly we had an amazing. We had an amazing Wimbledon final yesterday. I don't know how many People Watch tennis, but it is a of the decided opinion. Don't do a speech field. Just get to it. I'm sorry, but all right. I, am of the. Let me just set it up a little. If you don't mind, I'm over decided opinion. Leads Gentleman's Boys Ladies and gentlemen boys girls that. Not that many people play tennis I. Don't Know How many people play tennis, but it's not a you know. More people probably participate percentage, wise and things like baseball and football and. Things like that than they do. And then people participate in tennis, and so I don't think a lot of people familiar with the rules tennis and got done mixing on the line with us because I want to talk about yesterday's flannel and you play tests professionally. Didn't you I only? Briefly with the World Team Tennis. And now what was done? Briefly with world. Team Tennis You WanNa fix. Your professor like still professor there. Do you ever see Washington right I? Am I work university professor of Engineering and I've done stringing as you guys know doing news, reporting and sports reporting, and yes, at one time I played tennis I played amateur tennis cotton play on the college team as as as His Eminence down. because I just did not have that much interest in but I did the eventually turn pro. You turn pro. Having not really played a lot of amateur tennis. You must have been really good. I think that I was. With. Tell me more about world team. Tennis Center this. Turning it was a team tennis staint. Don about the hold on bud, you know. Yeah. It was a team tennis format that was created by Gary Davis in San Guy. Did the World Football League? Budge right Gary Davidson. Was the the brains behind the World Football League? The world high with vehicle at brains. Okay Anyway you're you're not telling me? It took brains, wfl. WFL? By but the World Hockey Association. That was that was a pretty legitimate thing. It was but again badly run. I think they they gave up on your. They merged the world hockey association fourteen from the WGN. Eventually Murray's you know. and what are you doing right now? You eating or something? No, then what is it you doing with your mouth? You're gonNA, the birds it's. Wants to story where this woman here. This woman Margaret let done. Tell us the story. Go ahead Alison I'm. Now, am I talking funny or something? No, Don you're talking like you? Always do is fine. Go ahead now. And what does that sound like? Yes ass line. It's it's. It's just great. It's a little, never mind. Okay? the World Hockey Association. What are we talking about hockey for? You're giving the background world. Team Tennis Oh? Yeah, yeah, well, but you had to write. It was Gary Davidson's idea after he had these permutations. world team tennis with. All. This other jazz that he decided he would. What and then he decided to world team tennis and I joined up I had some Tennessee experiences I mentioned in college a lot. I didn't play on the college team, but I played a little amateur clubs. Good that they brought you on board, they did yeah. I didn't think. I was probably better than anybody. They had at that time that. What team did you play this team? Tennis I played for the San Francisco missed. And we had teams in the Philadelphia Freedom that was actually partially owned by. the Funke who's the guy. Yeah I think partially owned the Billie Jean King played for Philadelphia Freedom. there wasn't a Los Angeles rackets. I think is the name. Was that I I know La had a team they had The New York had a team, and you played for the let's say they were in Seattle the Seattle mist and They people in Seattle didn't like they like. The team didn't like the name which I thought was what? About missed and they said it sounded a little eight appropriate. in Seattle mist sounds inappropriate to the people seattle. So they said well. Let's move to San Francisco to hell with. The people. Guess, there was no there wasn't. There wasn't no excuse me. I'm talking like I'd like I'd degenerate. Literate. Yeah, there wasn't any interest, so we San Francisco. So, we have your credentials very interesting. I didn't know you. You've played tennis. Don At that level. It's fantastic by the way. How long did you play? I wasn't I was with the San Francisco Mr for about six months. And then I played for the Phoenix there was a team in Phoenix, was named after like a mule or something like the Kleenex meals that was the team tennis yet I was world team or the team, but they went the world team team was the world tennis team team. The, League World Team Tennis Yes of US World Team Tennis. No, no, the name of the League was World Team Tennis, but you would pretty each team if it world tennis team team. What sense does that make? That's asinine. Why did they do that because that's what they told us in a memo. All, we say to the press. I play for the World Team tennis team. Or something like that the world world team. I play the world tennis team team that's. The Phoenix, boroughs. Excuse my French I'm getting a little frustrated by. Let's get this done done mix up with his folks that we're talking about Wimbledon. That's what I want to get into. Yesterday's Wimbledon final was amazing. Wasn't it was? It was one. The ages fell five sets There was a there was a rally. That was some I. Don't know. How many shots did they say like thirty six thirty seven shots longest rally and I think they said the longest rally in in women history, but that can't be possibly be I was asking the same question? Did they actually keep track of that? It's possible to keep track of the number of shots in a rally. Yes, but did they. And for what length of time what are they? What did they say? They said as long as a history. I don't know if I heard that I. Don't know if I heard that he just said that was the longest maybe in the open era. The open air date well, he opened. Era is when things went just wide open. will open. Thought was. When they opened it up to pros as well as amateurs they did. The will was played by amateurs up until nineteen sixty seven, but it was also played it. Nobody likes it's crazy, but no one really wanted to talk about it in in the in England or anywhere else well, we have this championship and we give this trophy and we've got the greatest damage players in the world. Just shut up about it. You know and well. Why would they do that because they didn't want anyone knowing? Cheap. It's my understanding. It came to me this way to let me ask. You played wrote. Did you ever after you left? World Team Tennis, did you? What do you want me to talk about here? What I'm to say Philly Talk About World Team tennis now. I WANNA. Know e were good enough to play professional tennis for World Team Tennis. Did you then think you'd go and play at Wimbledon? I have some thoughts that way. Yeah, but then I got a job as I mentioned in teaching. I really liked it. Playboy magazine at that time. I WANNA be too. Because I had photographic. Whitman I gotta I had a dark room, and they gave me the chance to do. The first playboy shots that we're going to be fully revealing and. I do you so now. You're a photographer done. Just. How many different jobs did you have? No I I told you guys this. What are you say your photographer? Professionally Oh, yeah! You got a job, so you left Tennis Playboy magazine photographer not to be a full time, but they said we're going to do with penthouse's done, which was Pant House opened the door to shooting a woman fully knew that is everything. Where you could see everything I don't know how you WANNA say. was photographing her genitals as well. That is correct, yeah! Those days women had pubic care. Okay, so you were I pioneered those photographs from playboy I got some of the very first full. What we used to call it a loaf of bread. Let's talk. Can we just get off that kick? If this begins to stray, you know I'm going. There's the door I'm going there. That's. Yeah nothing. I didn't say anything. I don't want to start an argument. Argument so mixes with us. My question is. Did you ever think of going into Wimbledon? The answer is no I was never serious for me. Because again like I said I got this job working for playboy and then A couple of other things I shouldn't probably get do eventually I. Just Start Teaching and one of the things you won't get into I. Really would rather not get into because they were big mistakes. and. Legal I'd rather not. We're not gonNA. Talk about it. Don Mix it with us all right, so you did not consider Wimbledon you didn't consider. The professional circuit has a single player. I did not know I done talkative. It's now yesterday. We saw this five-set final. They went to this tiebreaker and all of a sudden ABC which had been televising. This thing goes to this tiebreaker. That hadn't happened before. Right on that particular tiebreaker format. It never been used I. Don't think in any major. They adjust changed it a few years ago. Fill the understand. Okay also. That's why it was still rare and. But again I feel makes a very good point that ABC dot tell anyone the actual point total one needed to to get to win that final set. Yeah, well, it's true The final you said. win twelve games twelve win leak. Play twenty four games. I think hell of a lot of games I'll say yeah right and so instead of having to win by two games, which was be a rule of tennis at least the rule of Wimbledon If you reach six, you must win by two, or you have to win seven games and win by one. Already, confusing that as well, yeah, I guess but. I I know what you're saying. Why don't they explain it better than it also saying? That the the? I. Don't know what he's saying but I i. understand scorings very difficult. Going for people to play tennis, there's going to be going I'm from. Fans will tell us. Feel your us sort of off again on again. Fan of tennis, Right Final Santa Tennis this much I watched, Wimbledon. I maybe watch a little bit of the US Open and that's about it. That's how much of a Fan I am, but I like to watch when I. A fan isn't, but you want to know something. I believe that that's really the kind of fan. Most most people are not familiar with the scoring of tennis. Any more than a lot of people are familiar with how they score bowling. Well I. I I can bring tennis bowling. No, I'm not I'm just saying that the scoring is unique and only people that really follow sports. Understand it so here. We come to this tiebreaker yesterday. There tied at twelve games. Now. Go to this this. Twenty fifth game. Correct they. went to the tiebreaker format, which means each player's serves twice, and then pass serve the other player, and then also you're only scoring it by the traditional numeric point one, two, three four, whereas in the old. In a regular tennis at US going fifteen well, that's that's the yeah. That's kind of Weird fifteen thirty in love. You know they don't go fifteen thirty and love love is zero boy. Zero 'cause they call it. Love I. Don't know. Why do they call a ball, a ball, strike and strike? But? Why do they call it a ball? Bo what Don's asking Bud Weiser strike called a strike. Because, it was a straight. All, right? He's doing this on purpose. Yes, he is doing because you know know what we're talking about, but I know that they need to do. A strike is like strike. What's love got to do zero? Well, that's a good point, except unless you say that love. Do you! Don't I believe love is saying I. Love You. You know so if he's zero. I got no points I got nothing, but love you know in other words. If I'm not scoring any points, I must not have any ill will towards you. And so I got nothing I got love, but then I score and the love seat ain't no loved. Omar or I shouldn't really Oh, what do you think I'm making it up? I don't know I mean. Is that really the case is that? Is that the real story behind what they use the word love, I believe it is yeah I got zero I got I. Don't want her you. I don't have any points, okay. And That's what I got. I got zero. And but now I have fifteen points well. It's the same touchdown and six. You know. All right. So, now you. If you don't you don't love me anymore George now fifteen. Okay and then it goes fifteen thirty. There's another fifteen, and then it's ten now. That's the thing that's hands me up. Why does it go from fifteen to ten? It goes from fifteen at like the first point to another fifteen. That's the third point is worth only ten because in the in the culture of tennis when you start scoring a lot of point to get real dull, let's win this thing already. So who cares how many points they chop it done by five. Okay. It's just yeah, and then they do another, and then finally I think you've got gotTa win three more ten, so they're bored with the board with all the points that just. That's my understanding I. Don't know what happened to Wimbledon is simply this. They decided on a tiebreaker format and that's what they have, but here's the thing. Nobody understands that format. Nobody knew how many goddamn excuse my French folks but. That is very welcome. stay in the Lord's David. I. I gotTa Tell. You Christian. you are not really i. just break your cash. In other words, a as I was saying. Said we're in the tiebreaker and it's one point. Why aren't they telling people? How many points it takes to win the tiebreaker, why aren't they telling people? The format in terms of serving. Why were they not more informative? And this is the thing that I complain about not just with ABC's coverage of Wimbledon, but I think tennison general. They don't really give the regular guy. silly. We're tennis fans we're tennis. Players We feel that we have a very unique wonderful sport. Now all of a sudden now you're identified with a minute ago, you were you could be bothered going on the pro tour because you've got a job as a photographer for playboy. I mean yeah. I'M GONNA turn that down. What does that mean? Does mean what do you think who's going to tell? You had a chance to turn professional as a single player after world, team tennis, yes, but then after saying. I got all. The way it was said to me was. We are going to be the first. The very first on the block. To get this high fight to get you know he said eventually. We hope it'll be the high price spread, but right now we WANNA do a LO, fi spread. What does it feel? Would you please? What does it mean? That's what it was called a Lo, little slice spread. And what does that mean? It had her legs spread. Okay, maybe say it and you get a letter from. What. I don't understand one minute you're yelling at. Make you gotta listen playboy asking you. Can Dot. Come on board. We're GONNA do a Lo fi spread. We're going to start with Lo fi spread. and IT'LL BE A. it'll be a pictorial once a month just full on. You know spread out like which is the guy that you got that Jason? Bright K. in his own way is kind of He's a cop or whatever it is he does, but it's still similar. This is the spread. And it's. Spread for our news spread Haha you know, and then they put a little laughing a little laughing man, but a bread knows you know fell off. And I so tell us the story, so they put a laughing, so they want to do a Lo fi spread. This is way off point what you're talking about. Tennis man all right patrols asking me. So you didn't want to go into tennis, you went ahead. Having, said that you interrupted. My flow thought when I wanted to tell you. We'll just get some background all right. I appreciate it feel, but I'm trying to say as. We Love Tennis. We Love we love. We love this game like no weather. It is our life. Who are you talking about? I'm talking about people. Play Chess I'm talking about me. I'm talking about people. Play tennis that what you just said you. You quit all right felt I guess I quit. It was unusual. I was playing tennis guy comes along and sticks it right in my knows. What does that mean? What are you? What stuck what free gases? Over playboy, how BAP inner who comes over, and he's got a picture of it the spread. Are you talking about a picture of a naked woman? Yes, all right and say it. All right fellow saying you've got a picture of a naked woman. All right. Yeah, okay. Jesus I don't have to say and he says about this, and I go me to, he said. How'd you like to take picture? That I said how about yesterday and he okay, and he was Kinda put out he'd want me that fast, but I said you know I really want to. Really you know I really really want to. What's what's wrong? I'm just remembering desperate I was. You could have been a professional tennis player. Yes, and guess what I turned it down, so I could get a camera in. Stick it right up. How long did you have that Gig? I had it for our. Where are we talking about tennis? Yes, we are, but this is very important. You said to me that we as in. All of us somehow talking much yourself as a tennis sufficient as a member of the tennis family and you bailed out the minutes. Someone's as you say stuck at your face I'm just Gordon Jack Nicholson for ones Google announced. When he said when you put that little red, I know what he said all right. And this filming it was it was one. The master one flew over the CUCKOO's nest. That's correct. Yes, and I didn't I didn't wasn't possession when I'm sorry once. Right I remember the film that was a very crude exchange with the the the man who ran the. BINGO RIGHT THERE GIVE The lady guard you're right. And so Anyway. What I'm. Let's get back to the fact that you feel. You're part of the family of tennis. We are a fan and those of us who are members of the family of Dennis. About Mr Henry just say it just. Let's get past that all right all right so. The family members of tennis as I was saying. Our people. What was they talking about talking about how you what I say they don't explain things. That's it right there. It really kind of irks those the family of tennis family to have to explain the get it or you don't feel eighty. Understand forty love. For us it. It's music to our ears to hear the announcer say. Thirty love. And look at all the confused faces, and why do I say I like to see that? Because these are people who never took the time to learn the rules of tennis? And now what are they doing? They're sitting there. The grandstand and are looking around at each other. What and then I hear the United stews Forty Forty thirty love Deuce, and it just gets crazier and I and I say to people say boy. You just don't get it to you and I'll introduce myself I'm done mixing I played tennis. And I know how everything works and they'll say oh really. Can you explain scoring I? Said No. I don't think I will I don't feel like it because we don't want our sports polluted. With idiots just like I don't think anybody who has a serious interest in something wants to see a lot of chowder heads. My father use ego he you know. Stay Away Jesus today. Dan Stayaway chatter in. GAINESVILLE. Yeah Don mix it with us, so these are charter heads. These are little taking personally. That was just trying to say I know what he's saying. Don, you're saying that you are elitists. No, I'm not saying that you're. Saying that, your sport is so special when someone ask. A simple question is about the scoring. You're giving them a big song and a dance. No I'm del just say they'll say. What does that mean thirty love and Alaskan where you from before and questionable you know I. WanNa find out what they are what they are. Yes, Phil. I'm not trying to put them down, but I wanNA know what what are you? WHO's asking? So in other words, I think the answer this question the experts. You don't want more fans. You want more confused. People want real fans, not more fans. I want real fan. makes us about what I've always been a bio. even back when they were making one flew over the CUCKOO's nest. And, so she's GonNa make. That's GONNA. Become a running gag on your show. Hey, here's done. Remember when done makes a. Couldn't find it with both hands. Is that no, but I will say that. Don You know your your descriptions are out of whack with the reality. which is that you had played tennis? That really played it in college. You sort of played in clubs. You gotTA. Professional job with the. San Francisco missed. Yeah, let's true good. Yeah, with World Team Tennis, or excuse me with World Team Tennis on a world tennis team team. fell. Until what you're doing now? So I take tennis very seriously so seriously that when you had the opportunity to tourists as an individual pro. That's right for the eighty fifth time. I took a job in playboy for the spread. Further spread. That's what terms for photographing a woman's. For the first time, no, that is not what it was. That's exactly what you said it was you. Did you said that you? Got The idea from penthouse. Yes, but they women were they had they. Were there any way. What are we even describing it net much graphic detail. The fact is that you would have taken the job. Yeah. That's positive you I go right. I mean I would have gone pro. had. They not sent me a playboy. Yeah, but this is what you get to photograph on. How he found me and he had a photograph that he was holding his if he was holding a planner with beer glasses on it, I mean he was holding like you ever seen a guy walking along with a bladder full of beer glasses. Okay! He was walking along with his hands up in the air like that and only in. It was just this flat picture. I go. What are you doing, man? You look like you gotta be pizza or something he goes. And he pulls down this picture of a woman nude. Laying on a bed on her stomach with the legs wide open. Yeah okay! is about the dumbest description of something I've ever heard well. That's the way it happened for me and that's how he convinced you leave tennis. And go to work for playboy on the spread. That's what it was when project spread. And Sumi be, you can hate me. You can hate my guts. Done, mixing his been our special guest here on the world famous Phil Hendrie Show Go. You're not going to take no calls or some wants to take a call your. Husband got a couple of calls here. If you WANNA, take yes, sure. Let's go over here. We got Roy here on the phone and Roy is calling from. Roy is in Boston Hey Roy. You're on the world famous Phil Hendrie show with. Don It go ahead. Guys. That Roy Bisky here. Hello Mr. it's bigger right. Yeah, that makes it. It Donna I was listening to you describe with great. I was listening with great interest the description you played with San. Francisco based correct. I play with a most in the world. UH, in World Team Tennis. Well, this is this is my question. You played world. Team Tennis. on a world tennis team Peop-. Right! That's right, okay? Do you remember a guy by the name of the cutty kid or the cutlet kid? Because he was every time he was out of the Dover to a lunchbox. PULL OUT A. I did remember by that the cutting the kid play for the well played for the Boston Pygmies, right? That was me. You were the Cutlet Kid that that? Yes, that is correct and I don't I wasn't very good. Nobody like you went very good, but everybody knew because you always pulled out like pork, cutlet, or some beef, color or something, and just not on it. What the fuck happened am and. Feel. You've got some weird ashes to call your show man. There is no question I've known it for years I tried to ignore it. I try to get it out of my mind, but you have got some weird cats. Bugging Oh man well. Thank you Roy. Wherever you're at Mr Bisky told me that he'd been doing nitrous oxide so important you. The debt was going to happen. Oh my God evil. You GotTa Mike you to balance. Show, but it's been a blast Levy. Candidate without you don't start going Mr Cool me. Okay, thank you for being on the show. I'm not going Mr Cool, but I can't be seen on show where you're going. ooh! CHEST AIN'T GONNA work for. Done done whatever his name is. Don Mixer Don mix here on the field and thank you Mr Bisky wherever you are, but but what is this guy said he warned. He said he'd been doing nitrous oxide. And? You put them on the Air Anyway I. Listened to him I asked him a few questions. I said. What Day is it? What I what time in a month? What time of the month, yeah. And, what did he answer? He said it was about six thirty. Well! It's not even close to where where was he i? Don't know he's probably an area of the world where it is six thirty. It's seven o'clock right now in the West Coast to. Is that what nobody took the call at six thirty, so the guy's been on hold for a half hour. US. All Right? What is so funny? Fill a cat sitting on hold for forty minutes. Who's been doing nitrous oxide? It's got. I don't know. Is a little slap. Happy Again, folks, it happens. Do, you want me to take over no I'm fine I'm just I'm laughing at things that ought to be pretty funny to everybody. I don't know why. We'll be right back, folks. We got the Dooley's it. Is Butler Butler days, and it's all butter days. Here's another one fill. The old ladies bring out what they got and Phil has to turn that into something dirty. Is that what it's called? Phil right here. come out onto old butter days here it is old butter days celebrating the beginnings, the the growth, and the future of Butler Lake, and our sister Lake Lake. Kebab the. Yeah period is butter residents. Dressed as old ladies show you what they got. Louis. Pies there yeah. Okay, but I just think. Show you what they got. Yeah boy! Will be right back. Bobby and Steve Duly on Old Butler Day's coming up here. 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It's always fun to follow all of the activities that you guys are involved in up in Butler Lake bobby. If you're someplace that means the duly family is involved. It is a you not only take a very active ham there. The Homeowners Association the Western states, but with all of the activities there at Butler and we understand this is old button days. It really is Margaret than filling everyone. Hello, everybody, just bobby duly from. Steve is also going to be at Kebab. Link and what we wanted to do. Fill is for the next week or so bring you. The highlights and the excitement in the pageantry of by the old days. and Steve. Right. Now is over at the Ring Tosh. Ten Steve Go ahead and. Talking to. The backup heaven back off the phone little. Okay all right right now. I have whose? Children, and whose have you had to ring to us the boot? I this one. You WanNa hear. Yeah, this one here. I've had this only for the one year, but I had one over near Goblin inland. Now, you know they had the earthquake. Yeah, that was scary. Goblin Cutoff Gano partially caved in when they found coca still biak and he wandered into town. You've heard about that we did. We're scared for him. He wandered into town. And he said I've he said May God have mercy on my soul I. I got the worst part of the cave in Goblin cut off. He was covered in dirt. I wish I ushered him into the tent gave him a glass of cold water. And he said you know what I might as well. He put a put a book on ring. Toss number four Ring Ramos. And I guess what what himself. Fifty dollars I said home. he said my name is. Can I say I'm always make that mistake. You know hyper. Hold the phone. Go a little further away. Okay and I said hoc. You just one fifty dollars. He broke down and wept. And Hung on me, and we just I I, you know we just sort of embraced. The two of US went into each other's arms for the next hour. That's a story there bobby about how. Everything you know how it is in butter days. Okay Steve thanks very much. That was just the case Mr Henry of the things. We're going to be bringing you from old butner days. Great so was that the guy. Bobby was that the men hopes to be hoax to be. He got caught in a landslide. Taught Cutoff so when the when the earthquake happened last week when the earthquake happened down. The. Crash, but it was affected in itself. You can feel it. You Know Steve Are you there. You there. So he must turn his unit off. Turn that down thirty. Where were you when the earthquake happened? On my way of doing another beer. over getting pizza and beer and to like story. If you don't like I was on my way to beer over The landing at Tad's landing. And when the earthquake hit when you're going through the water in the lake started going up and down, and I was like what you know. I couldn't quite understand why I looked at the water and it looked. It didn't look the lake to look right, and it looked almost tilted. You know, and then I felt the boat being sucked down toward the shore. It was scary, but then the earthquake ended and I went. Yeah, you know until you feel it, so you felt it did feel it, yeah. So. Thank you Steve Dealing delay. Okay. Are we back? Okay? Just let me ask you a question. Tell me about old Butler days, and what's happening well? Steve is out and about right now and as you know, feel weeks. We pride ourselves here at Butner we believe. I in the boys have been coming here for five. Excuse me longer than that. About ten years well about eight years. I think. And So we, so we've been here and we've been here eight years in any way. One of the things we pride ourselves on an old butter days. Mr Henry are the case in the cookies and the pine. Yeah and so it's called. Let's watch. Let's watch the ladies. Bring on what they got. And shows go thank God. What did you quote that because that's a little suggestive, isn't it? Margaret I think only if your mind. Only if your mind does double duty. As garbage disposal okay. No need to judge. I think that that's really we work very hard here at Butner link, but so bobby which talking about. We're talking about the. Cookies the cream the cream doughnut? I suppose you could. Steve. Steve Tell. Mr Henry and everyone up out. There I'm here. What happened? Bobby I old butter day. We have the cookies and cream pie. displays at the ladies bring out. And what we say as come on over to Goblin cut off. The street right in her Goblin cut off. Come on over the Goblin cut off and and take a look at what the ladies are given up. Okay! Why do you call it that because it's all butter days? These really old ladies. No, they're they're. They're women of all ages, but they dress up like ladies and planets. And we have them come out and kind of done it that we do a bump and grind. and. Bump and grind. Ramos misericordiae bump and grind is a like a song a strip bar. Okay Yeah. Judge. When right here. You have. The ladies come out. He'll say and now let's see what the Old Lady's GonNa be given up to you guys and you get a ton. Spill, and then they come out holding pies. Cream declares we do encourage them to come out with creamed items. TV, there, right? Yeah, I just turned that last part of any. I guess it's still he's too hot. I would ask a question because I'm getting more disturbed. This goes on well naturally, no bobby. If you encourage these women to bake items that are have cream in them or on them, or whatever whipped cream, right? And then you also say, let's go over to Goblin cutoff and see what the ladies are given up, and you played bump and grind music. You don't sign that suggestive at all I think it's fun. I think it'd be speaks the old minor towns, the old minor times. You. Know About People Monitor Times. The nineteenth century. That's exactly right. But Lake is not that old I know that Margaret, but let me say because you think I know a little bit about this. Bumper Lake is not that old, but in. He's in this area there reminders for many many year many decades. And they went into town, and they built saloons now. I don't know what was here before. old man Butler got here, but there were saloons here. They did logging here. You know they had logged. Okay logs all right. T talk about suggestive. Or making that connection. You know all right fine anyway. So there was the old, and the old ladies would come out and show you what they had. Are you talking about pies and candies? No, we're talking about. You know. You. WanNa. Give it up listen. The old women give it up sex. About sex, yes, of course I am, and that was one of the. old wives, Tales, one of the legends of the area that the old women would come out and told her skirts and go. ooh, you know, and then run back inside. It's still somebody needs to get over there and help them with that. Here is. There, you go, yeah. Steve You. Okay this music is being played. It do. Curate Shell. Henry hurt. Yes, I'm hearing all right. Let's move out. In Command ear here. And now Steve you do it really good. Can you hear me? And now the all ladies are going to show you. WHAT THE CARD IDOL LADY! And you think they're gonNA show you. Their their you know their their bodies, but no, they've got a cream pie and here's a cream pie from. Karen. Whatever and and. This is the nineteenth century. It's the nineteenth century I can't gate. They'll. Who what you need to isn't the nineteenth century. All, my God Is Nineteenth Century Okay then. What's with this lounge? Jazz? From the forties and fifties. Forget it, man. Ask Bobby Duly. We're going to sign up because Mr Henry sounds like he's on the. Thanks a lot man. I don't know why you insist on those people being on this program well. They said it was going to be all butter. Butter Day all butter days all of these towns. These towns they have the same camp. These got the Old Pasadena. What are these days? They're going to have the old. Whatever sometimes it was built like the old Westlake village days. How how old is Westlake village, Ville? Probably nineteen sixty eight. Are you sure feel because I. Think Westlake village goes back further I. Don't know, but yeah, it's A. They old Westlake village days go all the way back to win. Bugs Bunny was. Thanks so much guys for joining us here in the world famous Phil Hendrie show. Filling show dot, com Elizabeth. Bobby still out there someplace Bobby Harris. You're a real pain in the. A let's. Take a look at the old bag. And Look. Thank you very much. Dooley's world famous film show. We'll famous filigree executive produced by Phil Hendrie for simply incorporated all rights reserved on podcast one.

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Episode #1505: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Let's get into the show hi guys Phil Hendrie here so what does it. That's how you get into the show here so it it. That's what I said. You're right all right feel <music>. I'm old. I don't know what is it on Sundays. They celebrate the days of the old days older the days of the old buckner. I know Phil but the town itself didn't come into existence until the forties it was who was the man Dale Butner biff. It was <hes> damped dabney butner damp old old Dan's Butner Outta here you guys don't even know someone articulated the history at one point. I think it was on Bobby's twitter feed all right so as these old days go they have a bunch of old timers they'll have the old timers and the old ladies come out with whatever it is they bake in their ovens and they come out with that and addressed in Bonnets. I don't know but yeah that's is pretty much it. I want to think I know how that goes your sample the what the ladies have well that I put that in a row you put that a wrong way. It amazes me Margaret. Let's do a speech okay. It amazes me. All the man said we sampled with the old ladies did sound bad your sample the baking of the women yes. That's it okay feel what's available. We'll what are you. What are you trying to say you just did me? Let's start all over again. No no we're going to push on. You just did me doing you. That's what that's what happened. Yeah Yeah what happens is the old bags. You know what who cares the all women the call them bags fills the floor again. I know pick it up the news copy that you drop there but one of these days we'll have some kind of a table here and we won't have dropped copy on the floor. I give a table. I've met a bit out of the price range. How much was it about fifteen fifteen bus bus fifteen bucks yeah and why didn't you thought that was too expensive? I thought you'd want to spend that much for furniture. It ain't furniture jackets a piece of I'll get it. I will take this upon myself. That's a pretty fell. It's pretty easy thing to explain to the kid will apparently it's above his and you said that bud had a higher aptitude for this than the rest of us. Ovalles got radio work that by in furniture. I tell you what I'll do it okay. I could buy furniture for this dump. Wait a minute. I don't want furniture all at once a table. I'll do that all right fifteen. That's all you you don't mind fifteen dollars. No I can over the goodwill right now Gordon good. We'll go with these these thrift stores that's got to do but I don't like to go to cheap accepting stylish. It was talking about something Danish modern and never mind okay thank you Danish modern tournament jazz join up a little bit man. Let's less than this hospital for a cat. I don't WanNA show poor brea. Oh that's where you're bringing up. Brave make you feel sad. Well get cat. Crappier kept box kept messing here here here. Cat Derek can't crap McDonald. McDonald had a cat yeah any craft. Thank you scraped but so yeah Margaret I'll do it. I'll get the damn table. We'll have a table so we have old butter days when the old begs shoe you what they got is that if no that's not let's put it. I didn't put it that way somebody else did and they also Bobby Steve will be here. Yes that's right when you said Bobby and Steve will be here. I suddenly sort of blacked out a little bit. General generally gets faint when he hears that we have done mix of coming up right now. Interestingly we had an amazing. We had an amazing Wimbledon final yesterday. I don't know how many People Watch tennis but it is. I am of the descendant opinion. Don't do a speech. Just get to it. I'm sorry but all right I'm of the let me just set it up a little. If you don't mind I'm of a decided opinion leads gentleman's boys ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls that <hes> not that many people play tennis. I don't know how many people play tennis but it's not a but you know more people probably participate percentage wise and things like baseball and football and the things like that than they do then people participate in tennis and so I don't think a lot of people familiar with the rules at ten. It's got done mix on the line with us because I want to talk about yesterday's flannel and dawn. You played tests professionally didn't you did only Blaine briefly would world team tennis and now what was that he played briefly with world teen tennis so you don't want to talk you. You've been a professor like you're still professor there. Do you ever see Washington right. I am I work <hes> University of Washington professor of Engineering and I've done some stringing as you guys know doing news reporting and sports reporting and yes at one time I played tennis. I played amateur Tennyson cotton play on the college team as curious as Emily's down <hes> because I just did not have that much interest in <hes> but I did <hes> eventually turn pro you turn pro having not really played a lot of amateur tennis. You must have been really good. I think that I was tell me more about world team tennis turn it was a team tennis staint. Don Talk about the hold on Bud. You know yeah it was a team tennis format that was created by Davison. Same Guy did the World Football League right Gary Davidson Wiz the brain behind the world football league the world high would be a call at brains <hes> okay anyway. <hes> you're telling me took brains to do the W._F._l.. To you don't know W._F._l.. Obligatory by but the World Hockey Association that was that was a pretty legitimate thing it was <hes> but again <hes> badly run. I think they they gave up. They merged world hacky zone fourteen from the W._G._N.. Eventually Murray's you know <hes> and what are you doing right. Now you eating or something no well then. What did you doing with your mouth? You're going to do the birds it once the story with this woman here this woman Margaret let don tell us the story. Go ahead all of a sudden. I'm so am I talking funny or something. No Don. You're talking like you always do is fine. Go ahead. Oh and what does that sound like. Yes yes linus. It's it's it's just great. It's a little never mind. Okay <hes> the world hockey associate. What are we talking about hockey for your given the background on World Team Tennis? Oh Yeah ah well but you had to write it was Gary Davidson's idea after he had these limitations <hes> with world team tennis with all this other jazz that he decided or excuse me with W._h._A._T.. That he decided to do with World Team tennis and I joined up <hes>. I'd had come Tennessee experiences. I mention college that a lot. I didn't play on the college team but I played a little amateur clubs but you were so good that they brought you onboard. They did yeah <hes>. I didn't think but I I was probably better than anybody. They had at that time that what team did you play this team. Tennis played for the San Francisco missed and <hes> we had teams in Philadelphia Freedom that was actually partially owned by <hes> The folks who the Guy John John. I think partially John and Billie Jean King played for Philadelphia Freedom. <hes> there wasn't a Los Angeles rackets I think is the name was in that <hes>. I don't know I know L._A.. Team they had <hes> The New York headed team and you played for the say they were in Seattle Seattle minced and the people in Seattle didn't like they like the team like the name which was about missed and they said it sounded <hes> a little eight appropriate <hes> SEATTLE missed <music> sounds inappropriate to the people seattle so they said well. Let's move to San Francisco to hell with the people I guess there was no there wasn't there wasn't no excuse me I'm talking like like degenerate illiterate. There wasn't any Arne <hes> interest so we moved to San Francisco all right so we have your credentials very interesting. I didn't know you played tennis dawn at that level. It's fantastic by the way how long did you play with the San Francisco Mister robot six months and then I played for the Phoenix there was a team in Phoenix was named after like a mule or something like Kleenex meals. That was the team tennis yet Tennessee team but they went the world. It was the world tennis team team. What was the the League World Team Tennis? Yes World Team Tennis. No no that's the name of the League was World Team tennis but you would refer to each team if it world tennis team team. What sense does that make? That's why did they do that because that's what they told us. In a memo always they say the press I play for the World Team tennis team or something like that. The World World Team Tennis. I played for the world tennis team team. Actually the Phoenix burroughs or some shit excuse my French. I'm getting a little frustrated by let's get this done. Don't mix it with this folks that we're talking about Wimbledon. That's what I want to get into. Yesterday's Wimbledon. Final was amazing wasn't it was it was one of the ages Phil Five sets. <hes> there was a there was a rally that was some I don't know how many shots did they say like thirty six thirty seven. Tried to longest rally and I think they the longest rally in in women history but that can't be possibly be I. I was asking the same question. Did they actually keep track that well. It's possible to keep track of the number of shots in a rally yes but did they and shaw what length of time what do they say they said as long as history I. I don't know if I heard that I heard that he just said that was the longest maybe in the open era was well. He Open era is when things were just wide open even <hes> well the open when they opened it up to pros as well as amateurs yeah they did. The willing was played by amateurs until nineteen sixty seven but it was also played it. Nobody likes it's crazy but no one I really wanted talk about it in in the in England or anywhere else well we have this championship and we give this trophy and we've got the greatest amateur players in the world. Just shut up about it you know and what what would they do that because they didn't want anyone knowing shape. It's my understanding. It came to me away to let me ask you played wrote. Did you ever after you left World Team Tennis. Did you want me to talk about here to say about World Team Tennis. I WanNa know you were good enough to play professional tennis for World Teen Tennis. Did you then think you'd go and play at Wimbledon. I thought that way yeah but then I got a job but as I mentioned <hes> in teaching I really liked it playboy magazine at that time I wanna be too because I had photographic graphic women. I gotta I had a dark room and they gave me the chance to do. The first playboy shots that we're going to be fully revealing and so now you're a photographer. Just how many different jobs did you have. No I told you guys this. What are you said you're photography professionally? Oh yeah you got a job so you left tennis to be a playboy magazine photographer not to be a full-time but they said we're going to do and Penthouse's done which was <hes> Japan House opened the door to shooting a woman fully knew that is everything where you could see everything. I don't know how you WanNa say photographing her genitals as well that is correct Yale only in those days women had care okay so you were pioneered those photographs from playboy. I got some of the very first of all what we used to call a Lo fi spread. Let's just get off that kick. If this begins to stray you run going those the door. I'm going there yeah nothing. I WANNA start an argument that SORTA argument so don mixes with us. My question is did you ever think of going to women and the answer is no it was never serious. Maybe again like I said I got this job working playboy and then <hes> a couple of other things I shouldn't probably get to do but eventually I just start teaching and one of the things you won't get into. I really would rather not get into <hes> because they were big mistake and <hes> illegal. I'd rather not all right. We're not gonNA talk about Don. Mix It with us all right so you did not consider Wimbledon. You didn't consider the professional circuit as a single player. I did not know I done makes it talkative. It's now yesterday we saw this five-set final. They went to this tiebreaker and all of a sudden A._B._C. which had been televising. This thing goes to the tiebreaker. That hadn't happened before right on that. Particular Tiebreaker formatted never been used. I don't think in any major they adjust exchange it a few years ago. Fill the understand okay. Oh so that's why it was still rare and but again I think feel makes it very good point that A._B._C.. Dot Tell anyone the actual point total one needed to to get to win that final flannel set yeah well. It's true <hes> the final <hes> <hes> Winter Twelve Games win leak twenty twenty four games. I think a lot of games all say yeah right and so instead of having to win by two games which was be a rule of tennis at least the rule of Wimbledon <hes> if you reach six you must win by two or you have to win seven games and win by one already already confusing that as well yeah. I guess but I know what you're points so you're saying why don't they explain it better than it also saying that the the I don't know what he's saying but I understand that the scorings very difficult going difficult for people to play tennis. Obviously there's going to be going from Chandler fans. <hes> feel you're sort of off again on again fan of tennis right Santa Tennis this much. I watched Wimbledon. I maybe watch a little bit of the U._S.. Open and that's about it. That's how much of a fan I am but I like to watch well. That's not even a fan isn't but you WANNA know something. I believe that that's really the kind of fan most people are most people are not familiar with the scoring of tennis how any more than a lot of people are familiar with how they score bullying well. I bring Dennis to bowling at no. I'm not I'm just saying that. The scoring is unique and only people that really follow those sports understand it so here we come to this tiebreaker yesterday. They're tied at twelve games. They go to this this twenty fifth game Correct Day One of the twenty game analogy went to the tiebreaker format which means each player serves twice and then passed the serve the other player and then also you're only only scoring it by the traditional numeric point one two three four whereas in the old in the regular tennis format US going fifteen well. That's that's the kind of Weird fifteen thirty in love you know they don't go fifteen and I love love is zero zero. 'cause they call it love. I don't know why do they call a ball. A ball strike a strike but why do they call it. A ball says it's a blow. Nobody Don's asking bud why lies astride called a strike because it was a straight all right. He's doing this on purpose. Yes he is doing it because you know what we're talking about but I know that they need to strike is like yes right. What's love do zero well? That's a good point except bless. You say that love do you. Don't I believe loan is saying I love you. You know so if zero I got no points I got nothing but love you know in other words. If I'm not scoring any points I must not have any ill-will toward you you and so I got nothing I got love but then I score and now the love seat ain't no loved Omar or I shouldn't really oh. What do you think I'm making it up? Is that really the case is that is that the real story behind whether use the Word Love I. I believe it is yeah. I got zero. I got I don't want to her you. I don't have any points okay and <hes> you know that's what I got zero and but now I have fifteen points well. It's the same touchdown and six. What's that you know all right so now you if you don't you don't love me anymore so it's now fifteen okay and then it goes fifteen thirty? There's another fifteen and then it's ten now. That's the thing there that's the up. Why does it go from fifteen to ten? It goes from fifteen. That's like the first point to another fifteen. Third Point is worth only ten because in the in the culture of tennis when you start scoring a lot of points. Did you get real dull win this thing already so who cares how many points they chop it down by five okay it's just yeah and then they got any do another and then finally I think you gotTa Winfrey more at ten so they're bored with the board with all the points. Just that's my understanding. I don't know what happened to Wimbledon is simply this. They decided on a tiebreaker format and that's what they have. Nobody understands that format. Nobody knew how many goddamn excuse my French folks but that is very Volkan. Stay in the Lord's David. Thanks I gotTa tell you immigration. You are not really starting to break your cash. That's another words as I was saying said. We're in the tiebreaker and it's one point. Why aren't they telling people how how many points it takes to win the tiebreaker? Why aren't they telling people the format in terms of serving? Why were they not more informative and this is the thing that I complain about not just with A._B._C.'s coverage of Wimbledon but I think Tennyson general they don't really give the regular Guy Philly? We're tennis fans. Were tennis players. <hes> we feel that we have a very unique in a wonderful sport now all of a sudden now your identified with a minute ago you were you could be bothered going down the pro tour because you've got a job as a photographer for playboy. I mean yeah. I'M GONNA turn down. What does that mean? What does that mean? What do you think who's going to turn that too and you had a chance to turn and professionalism single player after World Team tennis yes but then after saying I got you know the way it was said to me? Was We are going to be the first the very first on the block block to get this high fight to get you know he said eventually we hope it'll be the hi fi spread but right. Now we WANNA do a Lo fi spread. What does it feel? Would you please what does it mean done what it was called a Lo fi spread and what does that mean not had her legs bread. Okay maybe say it and you get a letter from what are you. I don't understand one minute. You're yelling at make you gotta let us from Playboy asking you come on. Come on board. We're going to do a LO FI spread. We're going to start hard with a Lo fi spread and it'll be it'll be a pictorial once a month. Just full on you know spread out like which is the guy that you got that sprite K. in his own way kind of <hes>. He's a cop or whatever it is he does but this is the spread and it's like they play. We WanNa do a spread for our new spread. Ha You know and then they put a little laughing play. A little laughing man with a bread knows you know Phil Aw and I so tell us the story so they put a laughing so they wanna do a Lo fi spread. This is way off point. You're talking about tennis man all right patrols asking me right so you didn't want to go into tennis. You went ahead and having said that yes you interrupted my flow thought when I wanted to tell you <hes>. Let's just get some background I write. I appreciate it but I'm trying to say as we love tennis. We love our we love. We love this game like no other whether it is our life who are you talking about. I'm talking about talking about people play chess. I'm talking about me. I'm talking about people play tennis that but you just said you you quit all right felt. I guess I quit it was unusual. I was playing tennis. Guy Comes along and sticks it right in my knows. What does that mean? What are we talking? What we'll free guesses? I got a friend over playboy. How Raptor who comes home for any? He's got a picture of it the spread are you talking about a picture of a naked woman. Yes all right and say all right fellow saying that you've got a picture of a naked woman all right yeah okay Jesus. I don't have to say and he says about this and I go way want me to he said how'd you like to take picture that I said how about yesterday and he okay and he was Kinda. Put out when that fast but I said I really want to really you know. I really really want to what's what's wrong. I'm just remembering desperate. I was you could have been a professional tennis player. Yes and guess what I turned it down so I could get a camera and stick it right. How long did you have that GIG? I had it for where. Where are we talking about tennis? Yes we are but this is very important. You said to me that we as in all of us somehow talking about yourself as a tennis aficionado as a member of the tennis family and you bailed out the minute someone as you say stuck in your face. I'm just Gordon Jack Nicholson from one of the CUCKOO's nest when he said when you put that little red I know what he said all right and this film again it was it was one of the Kuku the last one flew over the CUCKOO's nest. That's correct yes and I didn't I didn't it wasn't possessive. When I'm sorry once I don't remember the film that was a very crude exchange with the the man who ran the mental institution Bingo right? They're giving the lady a Cigar Cigar. You're right and so <hes> anyway. What what I'm let's get back to the fact that you feel you're part of the family of tennis we aren't fan and those who are members of the family of Dennis about about Mr Henry? Just say it just let's get past that all right all right so and then family members of panels as I was saying our people. What was I talking about talking about how you what I say? They don't explain explain things. That's it right there. It really kind of irks those family of the tennis family to have to explain easy again it or you don't feel Abo understand forty love for us it. It's music to our ears to hear the announcer entre say thirty love and look at all confused faces and why do I say I like to see that because these are people who never took the time to learn the rule of tennis and now what are they doing. They're sitting there the grandstand him and are looking around at each other what and then I hear they deuce forty forty thirty love deuce and it just gets crazier and I say to people I'll say boy you just don't get it to you and I'll introduce myself myself. I'm done mixing. I play tennis and I know how everything works and they'll say oh really. Can you explain scoring. I said no I don't think I will. I don't feel like it because Phil. We don't want our sport polluted with idiots just like I don't think anybody who has a serious interest in something wants to see a lot of chowder. My father used gum you know he you know. Stay away from the Jesus today Dan Stayaway Gainesville yeah done mix it with us so these Zor charter heads these are taking personally. That was just trying to say. I know what he's saying Don. You're saying that you are elitists. No I'm not saying that you will yes you. Are you saying that you're sport is so special when someone ask you a simple question is about the scoring you're giving them a big song and dance. No I'm just say they'll say what does that mean thirty love and Alaskan where you from before answering a questionable you know I wanna find out what they are what they are yes phil. I'm not trying to put them down but I wanNA know what. What are you who's asking so in other words? I think the answer this question the experts you don't want more fans. You want more confused people. I want real fans not more fans. I want real fans hands when I've always been about <hes> even back when they were making one flew over the CUCKOO's nest and so she's GonNa make that's going to become a running gag on your show. Here's done remember when done makes a couldn't find it. We're not no I will say that Don you know you're you're descriptions are out of whack with the reality. which is that you had played? Tennis debt really played it in college. You sort of played in clubs. You gotTa Professional Job With The San Francisco missed yeah. Let's true I did yeah with world team tennis or excuse me with World Team Tennis on a world tennis team team fell until what you're doing now. Take Kennesaw very seriously so seriously when you had the opportunity to tourists as an individual pro that's right for the eighty fifth time. I took a job in playboy for the spread for the spread. That's what Don's term is for photographing a woman's for the first time China doll that is not what it was. That's exactly what you said it was you. Did you said that you that playboy got the idea from Penthouse yes but they women were they had they were there any way. What are we even describing it net much graphic detail the fact his job yeah? That's a positive you I go right. I mean I would've gone pro had they not send me a playboy yeah but this is what you get to photograph you know one how about found me and he had a photograph autograph that he was holding as if he was holding a planner with beer glasses on it I mean he was holding it like you ever seen a guy walking along with the bladder full of beer glasses okay he was walking along with his hand up in the air like that and only and it was just this flat picture I go. What are you doing man? You look like you gotta be pizza or something goes and he pulls down this picture of a woman nude laying on a bed on her stomach with the legs wide open yeah okay off the dumbest description of something I've ever heard that's the way it happened for me and that's how he convinced you leave tennis and go to work for playboy on the spread. That's what it was when projects bread and on-deck Sumi yell at me you can hate me. You can hate by God's but Don Mixing. It has been our special guest here on the world famous Phil Hendrie Show Go. You're not gonNA take calls or some wants to take a call all right Osborne chemicals here. If you want us to take yeah sure let's go over here. We've got Roy here on the phone. Roy is calling from Roy is in Boston. Hey Roy around the world famous filling ratio with Don Mixing. Go ahead guys that Roy Biscuit. Get Your Hello Mr. It's Bixente right yeah that makes it. <hes> it kind of I was listening to you. Describe with great guy was listening with great interest <hes> the description of what do you play with the San Francisco bist correct. I played with with M._S.. Yeah in the world in world team tennis or well. This is what this question you played it World Team Tennis <hes> on a world tennis team peop- right that's right okay. Do you remember guy by the name of the cutty buddy kid or the cutlets kid because he was every time he was out of the Gordon. Go over to a lunchbox and pull out a cutlet. I did remember can't buy that at the cutting. Can Kinda can play for the well played for the Boston pygmies right. That was me you were the cutlet kid <hes> that that that is correct and I I wasn't very good. Nobody you went very good but everybody knew <hes> because you always built out like pork cutlet or some beef coming or something and just it's not on it what the fuck happened to him and a feel you've got some weird as call your show man. There is no question I've known for years. I try to ignore it. I try to get it out of my mind but you. I've got some weird cats bugging Oh man well. Thank you Roy. Wherever you're at Mr Bisky toby then he'd been doing nitrous oxide so he was gonNA happen? Oh my God feel evil. You got it like you to balance fell but it's been a blast <hes> Levy Canley without you. Don't start going Mr Cool on me. Okay thank you for being on the show. I'm not going Mr Cool but I can't be seen on a show where you're going just I ain't GonNa work done done whatever his name is. God Mixer Don mix it here in Philly. Thank you Mr Bisky wherever you are but what what is the guy said he warned he said he'd been doing nitrous oxide and you put him on the air anyway. I listened to him. I asked him a few questions I said what day is it time in a month. You know what time of the month yeah and what did he answer. He said it was about six thirty well. It's not even close to sit where where where was he. He's probably GONNA in an area of the world is thirty. I don't know it's seven o'clock right now. In the West Coast was that what no I took the call at six thirty so the guys on hold for half hour us all right what is so funny fill a cat sitting on hold for forty minutes who's been doing nitrous oxide got I dunno kill is a little slap happy again. Folks it. It happens. I'm do you want me to take over. No I'm fine. I'm just I'm laughing at things that that'd be pretty funny to everybody. I don't know why we'll be right back folks. We've got the Dooley's it is Butler old Butler days and it's all butter days. Here's another one fill. The all ladies bring out what they got and Phil has to turn that into something dirty. Is that what it's called fill right here come out onto old butter days here. It is old butter days celebrating the beginnings the the growth and the future of Butner Lake and our sister link late cobb the yeah period is butter residents dressed as old ladies show you what they got pies there yeah okay but I just think show you what they got yeah Willie L._A.. We'll be right back bobby and Steve Duly on old Butler Day's coming up here world-famous Phil Henry Show world-famous Philip by the way I'm Roy Bisky. This is prerecorded. I'm not on gas. The world famous Phil Hendrie show is brought to you by zoos imports zoos imports twenty-one Fifteen Berber way in Burger town and by staying dairies. This is woman Stang. My wife is Gloria. We're here twenty four seven pull up. Ask us for creams yogurts the sour creams milks. 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I'm Melinda Orange real estate at the beach and this is the world famous Phil Hindi show the Pacific of southern California reminding you the last weekend of the month and that will be the twenty seventh in the twenty sixth the what is it film <hes>. It'll probably be twenty six in the twenty seventh. We'll be doing another marathon very very special character marathon during that weekend and all I can tell you you've got to be listening man. You've got to be listening to find out it's going to be a lot of fun and <hes> there's something for you back here. The world famous Phil Hendrie show from the L. Pu L. Pacific Co here in southern California joining us right now from Butler Lake is Bobby and Steve Duly and you guys. It's always fun to follow. All of the activities that you guys are involved in up at Butler Lake Bobby. If you're someplace that means the duly family is involved it really is about a you not only take a very active hand. The Homeowners Association at Western states but with all of the activities there at butter and we understand this old buckner days yes it it really is Margaret Infield and everyone hello everybody just bobby. Duly from Underlay Steve is also GONNA be at Kebab link and what we wanted to fill is <hes> for the next week or so bring you a lot of the highlights and the excitement in the pageantry of by of old butter days <hes> and <hes> Steve Right now is is over at the Ring Tosh ten Steve Go ahead talking to the backup having back off the phone okay right now. I have who's moving and who's along if you had the ring to us <hes> The boot I this one you wanna hear yeah this one here. I've had this only for the the one year but I had one over near Goblin inland. Now you know they had the earthquake. Yeah that was scary. Yeah Goblin Cutoff Gano partially caved in when they found <hes> coca stimpy AC and he wondered into town. You've heard about that we did. We're scared for him. He wandered into town and he said I've. He said they got have mercy on my soul. All I do. I got the worst part of the cave in Goblin cut off. He was covered in dirt. I wish I ushered into the tent. I gave him a glass and cold water and he said you know what I might as well. He put a put a Saalbach on Rinta number four <hes> Ring Ramos and I guess what what himself fifty dollars I say home <hes> he said my name is Ho. Can I say I'm always made that mistake. You know I phone a little further away. Okay and I said hoc you just went in fifty dollars. He broke down and wept and hung on me <hes> and we just I you know we just sort of embraced. The two of US wept into each other's arms for the next hour. Well there yeah that's a store right there bobby about how everything you know how it is untold butter days Steve thanks very much. That was the taste Mr Henry of the things. We're going to be bringing you from old butner days great so was that the Guy Bobby was that the men hopes to be hoax to back. Yes he got caught in a landslide. You gotta get cut in the Goblin cutoff so when the when the earthquake happened last week yeah when the earthquake happened down actually ridgecrest but it was affected and itself you can feel it. You Know Steve Are you. There must be there so he wants to turn his unit off. Turn that down three Stevie. Where were you when the earthquake happened on my way of doing another beer run <hes> over getting pizza and beer and like story if you don't I was on my way to be run over at <hes> the landing attached landing and when the earthquake hit when Kim the water in the lake starting going up and down and I was like what you know I could quite understand why I looked at the water and it looked it didn't look around the lake did a look right and it looked almost tilted you know and then I felt the boat being sucked down toward the shore? It was scary but then the earthquake ended and I went yeah you know until you get feel it so you felt I did feel it yeah. Thank you Steve Dealing and that okay. Are we back. Okay let me ask you question and tell me about old butner days and what's happening. Well Steve is out about right now and as you know feel weeks we pride ourselves here at Butler. We've only Steve High in the boys have been coming here for five longer longer than that you up about ten years well about eight years. I think right and <hes> so we so we've been here and we've been here eight years in any way <hes> one of the things we pride ourselves on an old butter days. Mr Henry are the case in the cookies and the pine delays him yeah and so it's called. Let's watch the only let's watch the ladies bring on what they got and shows. That's what they got the. What did you quote that because that's a little suggestive isn't Margaret? No I think only if your mind only if your mind does double duty as a garbage disposal okay no need to judge well. I think that that's really we work very hard here at Butler link but so bobby which talking about her we're talking about the cakes cookies the cream the cream doughnuts. I suppose you could Steve Steve. Tell Mr Henry and everyone about are you there. I'm here I know what happened and bobby old butter day. We have the cookies and cream pie <hes> displays that the ladies bring out and what we say it come on over to Goblin cut off the street writing or Goblin cutoff come on over to govern cut off and and take a look at what the old ladies are giving up okay. Why do you call it that because it's all butter days he's really old ladies no they're? They're they're women of all ages but they dress up like old ladies and planets and we have them come out and Kinda done it that we do a bump-and-grind and <hes> bump-and-grind Brian Machinery the bump and grind is a like a song for a strip bar yeah okay I got one right here. You have <hes> I thought wait a minute. We'll find went so the ladies come out he'll say and now let's see what the old ladies are GonNa be given up to you guys and you could get a spoof and then they come out holding pies cream declares we do encourage them to come out with creamed items T._v.. There yeah I just read that last part honey. I guess that's still he's too hot. I would ask a question because I'm getting more disturbed. As this goes on well naturally no bobby. If you encourage these women to bake items does that have cream in them on them or whatever whipped cream all right and then you also say let's go over to Goblin cut off and see what the ladies are given up and you played bump-and-grind music. You don't find that suggestive at all. I think it's fun. I think it'd be speaks the old minor town the old minor times. Do you know about the monitor times the nineteenth century that's exactly right. Lake is not that old. I know that Margaret but let we sing a little bit about this but they're lake is not that old but in he's in this area there reminders for many many years many decades and <hes> they went into town and they built saloons now. I don't know what was here before. <hes> old man Butler got here but there were saloons here they did logging here. You know they had logged okay all right. See talk about suggestive. What's suggestive only you're making that connection you all all right fine anyway so there was the old and the old ladies would come out and show you what they had? Are you talking about pies and candies. No we're talking about. You know you give it up zip the old women give it up sex. Are you talking about sex yes of course I am and that was one of the <hes> <hes> old wives tales legends of the area that the old women would come out and told her skirts up and go do Ooh you know and then run back inside. It's still somebody needs to get over there and help them with that. Sitting here. You Go yeah debut Steve Okay Music as being played. Do Show you hear Harry hurt. Yes I'm hearing all right <hes> movie out. Come out here and now Steve You. Can you hear me yeah and now the only GonNa show you what the card out a lady and you think they're gonNA show you there <hes> their their their their bodies but known they've got a cream pie and here's a cream pie from Karen. You know whatever yeah and this. This is the nineteenth century. It's the nineteenth century. I can't get what you need to isn't the nineteenth century. Oh my God did you hear the nineteenth century okay then what's with this lounge this jazz from the forties and fifties forget it man bobby duly. I'm feeling we'RE GONNA sign off because Mr Henry sounds like he's under the rug. Thanks a lot man. I don't know why you insist on those people being on this program well. They said it was going to be all butter day butter day all days all of these towns you know all these old towns they have the same camped these old Pasadena Pasadena one of these as they're gonNa have the old whatever some talent was built like the old Westlake village days. How how old is Westlake village Phil Probably Nineteen Sixty Eight? Are you sure feel because I think Westlake village goes back further. I don't know but yeah severely what are they have old Westlake village days ago all the way back to win. 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In the we have in shortage, something of them the shaded what they want to do. Then they'll just shit him. Ben calls doors. Look, we're going to give you the job as a Montijo. But you know, you you, and I both know that this is maybe to the end of the season. And obviously, we'll see a goes. But nothing's gonna change. So this this this tug just a wishes piss so these three matches coming nothing. Yeah. If he loses the mall. Well, the wind get beat anyway. Lunacy cease street give given the job off the back of that can you unless you've got something organized, and then give them a six points deal. We'll give you to the end of the year. Even if you lose games. So what are you gonna do? You're gonna get rid the ham and then bring meals to Scholley you come in the situation. You don't listen you've only brought her man because you don't have MD L straighten. No, he knows the squad. He knows the players in those walks at the club and show until you've decided who actually one then you figure a way regardless of whether he wins or loses ease games of keeping him there until you figure do. Thank you games. He's told us. Games. What's the difference? You want to give anyone again, but toll-free is just put bus bona. By late because. Talking today's again. They said we don't talk in bought Shia. I mean. Hypothetical question EFI listed games. You're going to get the job. Up to these games. He's the bullet. He's not losing not losing those games. Anyway. I don't think. Right. But it's been reported an England today tina's again. Yes. I don't know if that made contact with the Belgian FA eat the margin, he would be interested in not I would say would you want if you're Roberto Mancini's what to be the monitor around? I know I should. Wash your coming in a difficult time. Well, the covenant DVD's in Hollywood in the game. So yeah. It's an equal thing up -solutely. Sure, it would want you normally get jobs when the team struggling godless so to be able to go into Real Madrid and look ability, and the and the players have any of these soul will think that he can solve to your point Stevie. I I do think that if you're depending on the results against viola Lee, Victoria, Pinson, set the legal to make it the situation. I think you're going down a pad that you don't want to be Real Madrid. You should have a planning place to that. And I do believe that a lot is going to be the choice simply because long term. I don't think you're going to find your solution right now. And what this does is that it buys Real Madrid? And the board and everybody else in front of Dino is time to say, okay. Let's have a clear picture at the end of the season. And see where we are. They see what our targets are see what players we're going to go after. And then at that point. We can make a decision as to what manager we bring. It doesn't mean that you're throwing the season away. It doesn't mean that you're not going to go after things. But it does mean that you're putting big picture, and I know that for Real Madrid is something incredible to do. But big picture ahead of can we be by the time? We meet. They should be good enough to be this team's regardless of who the manages manager is just before we came on air you. Vangere again, you may have mentioned finger amongst other managers and he nearly failed office. Jim. What's your golf dot to completely? Well, the problem in my opinion, the problem Real Madrid right now is the need some organiz ation. But isn't that exactly what low taking trying to do? And the place. Potato try do. Because personally watching it you couldn't you couldn't tell. But it's fun Vanga's concerned every single thing you've had the boot Bengo, and it'd be thing Chris we gave them over the last two three four years. It's the he doesn't cool. He doesn't he doesn't get them into shape. It's all just going plea Real Madrid rate. No trying to do them. And they'll get nowhere. In who's just going to continue. Donna, though, they were coaching the hang legs off just organized, and and and monitoring what? We size being we've talked about this yesterday. For too long. But what's the big difference between this portrait, Tino Lovin, and he's getting the job and awesome. Bingo. Portugal gets taught them possibly talk for an everybody's going. Well, that's that's good. That's that's good for them. And he can get Real Madrid. Joel van that with not the biggest budget, including the biggest budget for for a long time. Everybody scoffed them, but the Knicks same thing. And wouldn't trophies new meantime, we won the Cup several times with us? Now, we know we wouldn't primarily two thousand and four. But Portugal has not even with the trophy. He's deliverance for yet. He's the the eye and he's going to be Real Madrid. The Asan banker was doing it for years, and people are going awesome. Venga? What does he know is a bit strange isn't. No, that's what ROY. That's what I would say that. I know that there is an ego thing and that he would want this job because who wouldn't want real ones. Yeah. What we all want to undo a great. Particularly this week. The thing about it though. Is that right now you have to learn from the lesson of loop at biggie. See nobody wanted to to and he left Spain a real good job. I say, you know, what the door of the World Cup. He said, no I'd rather go to Real Madrid right now. A good thing. Going to Belgium with a good group of players with Europe to come. There's everything for him to shoot at and aim at with with Belgium with Real Madrid. Whatever you're shooting at is a moving target because you're hug property. Now. You lose a couple of games against by Lee. Go and see you later. We don't want. Joni more Martinez might think of a good years. We should have a good year. I should have a good year. You know, the potential to wasn't and then the Real Madrid. We'll come we'll come back up. So he may play the long game. And wait and see if Real Madrid, you didn't think. Managing the Perez will grow and and by Bob or by name on our by outta both freedom ever as so he may play the waiting game. Who would you Stevie? I would try and bring Kunti and for the show town. There's not going to happen. It says up after that. Then you you in my opinion, you get Caitlyn gambling. But we're talking about that Vanja. I think I think that's a. Martinez Gumbo for me as well. I just feel Conti wouldn't be again where you knew exactly what you're going to get. And it's exactly the need right now. But as you sin if it's not gonna happen. Then they'll tell you. Well, I'm I'm all alone with the bull that Real Madrid dumbhead Gumbel, we'll particularly was a gun, but they don't they don't mind gone. Was anger is a gamble compared to those guys Vanga's managerial career has spun over two decades with western great success. What's loop potato and Jenin done before he took over Madrid? What they done. Nothing looked at Tate. He and the short time that it was a Spanish Mon your everybody the players and everybody around with seeing how all. Well. Yeah. But that's thing. And all these teams, you know, I'm looking at Ron moss. Couldn't see enough good things about them organized. And how good a Cohen was van. By two thousand nineteen or you'll be bucking the job by two thousand nineteen as I don't think is ideal. I think he's he's one of the best moment because he's available and he's experienced. Wouldn't tracking the domestic does you come to find them hiding under wardrobes next to low soaks to scurry off? What's fascinating about the dust bunny? Is that ov- o- they'll not actually sentence creatures when they would not only saves people money, but also has a ninety seven percents customer satisfaction rating. It's obvious to them you should switch because Yesler. Switching to Geico. Is a no brainer. Oh, no. It's the dust bunnies. Only natural predator on the lung on his run along. Plenty of coupla action today. It was a thriller between Chelsea and AVI county Dhabi with a couple of own goals in the end sets rapper gas strike gay salary side the way meanwhile, also with the two on victory I've platform comfortable three one win for Spurs against west time to finish. Power won. Crystal pilots nail the troll was made off that ice results. And we can have a, Nope. London Dhabi awful taking on sped Thawra again tonight. I'll be in Chelsea against Fulham with less than silence. Silence. No with the spine. They will take on the winners of tomorrow's between Manchester City and Phoolan. It's like a look shall we at the the Newark London. Because Sunday off that defeat against Manche to city. Should they take this seriously? Well channels to save away or it, isn't it. Well, they'll know whether the the not going full of the chump Heasley that's one less company to worry about not gonna win the league not gonna win. No egan. He he needs to didn't need to. But he hasn't delivered the trophy. So when serious. No. It's the problem that if he does the live with the Detroit fate nee says, we'll say what would send you the care about com. Suggest going on funds. I'm sure they wouldn't they wouldn't say that. But he don't. As the final. And that was suggested well you want to but I think Butch Tino's a little stubborn. You know? I mean, you think it didn't take sh eleven in my opinion, not folks Champions League game because he has a plan. He's probably got plan for the season when he's going to raise quiz who's gonna be played in different competitions. And I think he'll do that. And the kind of Boko because he's a little stubborn as opposed to see. Right. You don't want. This is great Johnston won a trophy. And so that maybe why they won't get any fullness. I know it can be a natural reaction at times to dismiss the car about. However, when they get to the latter stages all the teams that are involved that point once you get that far you're trying to win it and so forth Spurs, I don't know that it does anything for protein. I don't know that it does anything source Spurs as a whole. But it's something to hang onto something to point the finger. I did something to say, you know, why we're finishing four. We want a trophy here and there and now we're moving forward. I think it does. Create an environment, which you get used to at least the idea of competing for trophies you have to start somewhere. So might as well try to win this one, and then you can dream about other things, but might as well get on the board with one and this is as good a chance as they're going to end today if if judging by Monday night's games go by that's competition series. It does because he ain't gonna win it. Yeah. Because they by fodder bail site, and I would say Chelsea are at full strength. As well. So Steve is probably right. I mean, these probably already mopped what you want, and then there's a framework then try gauge it from there. He will just see lesson. I'm wanting to get in bucking. It's four I hate because it's not a trophy. Unfortunately, that's kind of where we are. We with these monitors at the moment, these clumps talk for Chapman's leak money, and they call it kibosh. That's it, isn't it. If you put your four Okara about copy, wouldn't it wouldn't take a moment to say, no, no chill chill. He'll take food all day long. Is action said. From. Well, no because for them to take a step forward from where they all know, they have to be involved in the Champions League with all the money involved into do that you have to be all four and you have to be playing in the Champions League school. That's that's just the hostile -ality of. What is today? I tell you what would help to plan your home stadium. That would be nice to finish your state. And no it's supposed to be finished already that help certain feeling about what the club is. And what direction they're going in and quick word on Chelsea, obviously take on EBay. It was a fun fun. I one eight nine gain. He base changes. Yeah. He's a young team. They play some good stuff. It was a good game. Boy, what young boy, particularly the but mistakes and go and then Keough with other own goal. But yeah. Chelsea field a strong team. Then they could go all the way in this is. So you mentioned tomorrow the city against the Philip. Coming up off. Right. 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Interesting stuff from Juliana rolling on the website took him out Thomas to off the classic, of course, PS g beating Marseille, but Kenan Imbaba and Robbie oh both started on the bench. It was revealed off. What's this is? Because if disciplinary reason both were late to a team meeting as they wanted to watch the first half Boston against ram Madrid to punish them. We've talked to haven't we in the past with coaches, but fool that we'll you love for that. Punishment? Isn't it? The bangs. Yes, I'm Bobby of LA Real Madrid. I'm the one that that's that's where we kind of leading with this. Sorry. In the sense that we we've been kind of screaming out when you Niamey wasn't very decisive with the Cavani in name all situation the penalties for coach appears to take control is this a positive sign. Talking about results hotel. Well, there's not going to be going. Stand that. But one talking about these the players and the morale and the feeling with he's trying. He's trying to strong arm tactics. But that's not that's normal. Yeah. That's normal. So yeah, it's not a bad thing. Yeah. Something's got to be careful who you. I think went completely the other way in the of thanked would be not releasing the statement like the Leon coach. Very statement. No. But you know, who's disciplined player himself. Listen. But a disciplinarian I would love to knew what it would have done if it'd be the Champions League here. Seek. It's a big game. It's a proper league on gay again, small say you big rivals in the league when it comes. Let's not right kit lose this game. In the sense, the fan PNG beat mall, say more than any other team in France. Bob, peach come off the bench already this season, which which to it's nothing new. Nobody was asleep dropped full of these game because he was late for a meeting. This is resting in. This isn't looking at head two other matches. This is because I said, I would I would do if the will of the will play an appropriate Champions League game with he's neg- is on the line told me to go hostile when a game. I would look to know what it does because I can assure you talk fish thing to do. When so many steps show, Elaine, and you've got a very important game coming up, you try if you're every single which we can discipline them with a hub on them, nor stateful ever whole job is league. That's exactly what you're doing. You have to find the balance between making sure somebody understands the Steptoe, Elaine. It's. Every single yourself because you've got a big into well, hopefully, because you've been able to do it in this scenario, then it won't come up in a big game and champion sleep. But you have to set a standard at some point. And and I do understand what tell me is doing and say, well, if he can happen to him, but if it can happen to rob you it can happen to all of you can happen to any of you. And so therefore there is a line of discipline that we cannot cross if you go past that line of discipline. Then it's something that we're going to take care of it. And we're going to handle, however, if it wear what you just said at home against Liverpool. Right. Both of them would have been too. Yeah. Although Shaam usually show the milk. I believe it will I've been next on five minutes. We don't know as their reaction because we went in there. It's one of two things either goal by rain. Or well, people are looking at fuss frustrated figure throughout the wool mounts and his time on the payoff over colorfully because in Bobby Schumer young and doesn't. He realizes biggest story is yet. But hopefully, he's thinking I'm I'm not that good in school. But. School but took tell Mr. cool Lovett, and where we had wouldn't. He was at Dortmund. We hydrophone extended a colleague talking about how he trains them with tennis bowl, shelter and all the nonsense is this. The new told me is the hot button. He will start MVP that the best thing since bread scenario. It's easier to deal with though because you ended up winning the game. And so everybody goes all right? All right. Okay. We'll move onto the next thing. He would have been interesting to see if actually Marseille had been as as to what the reaction would have been from from the players from imbibing, and those that were affected because Indiana's TV just address when you take this players out you're affecting more than the to this to individuals. You're affecting the performance of the group, Jillian Laurent's was on recently. You asked him about what would happen if he didn't go group and the Japanese league, and he said, well, thank you save. Don't know if that's going to be correct. I mean, they might not go out. But I mean it end today. Happens to them this year in the champion's league. If they did go L E bulletin state. Wow. You know, an over. I'm. I'm I'm using some strong on tactics up for Monday in these plans now because they could give right. They couldn't care less. If he just wanted to see getting millions of billions and not success on the field. What would rather see is Toby to cool instilling discipline on the field and the Champions League game, the mottos Isla from three actually helping the team and taking a step, but not defend that's can the disciplined that he needs to show so many will play against mossy need be don't stop them by while while while kills what what the team and the oldest one is she is people being disciplined on the field with actually coach. And when Monsell drugs that came out after school, the winning gal saying this with more than just a one man team. We're bigger than that. Which answer the rhetoric that there is a development is the norm and this PS sheets that we've seen over the years. Well, it's natural. When we have seen the behavior. Neymar and facilitate some of this. Behavior. I do think that if this team is going to be successful as you'll always know in Barcelona, not you know, that this is Missy Steve when Renault that wasn't Real Madrid. You knew it was for now those team and yet there's got to be a bridge between Mitzi and the rest of the players and there's got to be a bridge between neymar under arrest of the players. If that bridge is broken for whatever reason, then is a problem because then it's them against neymar and neymar against them. And that doesn't help anybody. If this team is going to be successful because neymar it's able to somehow make this about the group and not about himself. So yes, it has to be more than just one guy the teams discipline themselves. You know, it's already. Well, you've got the money you're sitting at the top of the tree, but they based teams the teams have been successful in one trophies and Bill disciplined will they don't let each other off we stepping, Elaine. All right. Well and from grazing. Meanwhile, I was being speaking exclusively to Malton Einstein. It's you can see on the website. Some interesting stuff from the wo- coupling. All right. Ability. Today's a day off of it. To show everyone Ali now the question as younger button. Yeah. Yeah. He's young right. He's young right. Right. Did you just stuff in the past? Yes. Oh, okay. What was the best costume comparable? Yeah. They wouldn't be appropriate. Fantastic. Is it going to be e oh? All is it going to eat? No. It's not going to be pirate. Today is going to be a or I believe. Yes. Ear. I think it's going to be the choice. That's yours. Outfit. So you trickle treating tonight, but the family, correct? You'll is yes. Yes. Winded Apu and company. And company. Along. Oldest is eight. As a late. Both relate bulb in. My phone's gone. Hey. Wayne, everybody needs. Tomorrow goodbye, push it up. Extra time. 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We all know you'll all to robo like it's coming to work in France, costumes, any interesting Hollywood stories, so we don't want the lights. We don't want the lights go. Interesting. What I was little boy. May. Stop getting all day. Showcase. Yeah. She's a couple of beggar boys came at the age. I took office. Now, we know where the should be. With the police. That's what you grew up. Stevie halloween. See it wasn't. When it wasn't very big deal. When I was growing up. No to be huge. I mean, we would have really felt the scheme up the way she came. What's that the hoosiers came? Right. So those. So those like HAMAs nosy I'm talking three or four rows. Right. Just called ruin over the hurt with the biggies. But you try funding the biggies by could you didn't. But it was great because we we used to have to do something like oh this chocolate goal. Get Honda and give them something. And not say, what did you do when you got? Who was host? She went into hoes. He would have gotten in the front room or the living room. What have you cold it? And either tea. Singers, shown tiller. Something to do. Trickled tree any. That was. We all go ahead. The front door. I never heard of that. Yes. Do something. Yeah. Also, you're going to move. So what did you say Rangers show? It's Rangers Rangers. It's rain years for me, if you know who arrange getting used to meet somebody. Please call Kiwi ranges the parade of them. Wow. He's obviously lakes joke. Bovine family. So. Yeah. And the war. Get your head doing to try and get one. And if he did go at one thing. One thing he kept up because you pay hush knows. Completely. Venezuela Robbie we didn't celebrate Halloween. Not back. Then I I can guessing. Now, we do we I didn't grow up with this now, but I do know that when I came to this country, and then we started doing how clean I recognize the difference between the good houses do go to and get the real good candy. And then the houses when they're handing out pretzel or popcorn or something. Like that. It's not the castle. You do anything. You know, you know, the house is good quantites yet. No, you're looking for. You're looking for dandy. You don't want to or carrots. What's your what's your favorite? What's that handy? Twix Milky Way. Okay. All Swedish fish. No, I'm I'm all about twenty theory milk milk. I don't get them here. I think. English. Well, chris. Any initial we'll show, but that's not candy. Me. Flake company fleet. There you go. Massey Rickles anymore. Yeah. Yep. Thank for somebody. Who say, well, you know, I I'm all about you got excited. He should go to. I know I'm catch company. The kids. I think so but your bike. Why is that no in contention for the ram Madrid Jobe ticks all the boxes? Please. Don't think brilliant. Well mean started why would lease and they've started to. Yeah. He doesn't seem to be the most stable guy, and you better be stable. If you're going to go to Real Madrid. Yeah. He just seems to Rome. Rub people the wrong way very quickly, and wherever he goes, he just for some odd reason, they say, you know, this is great. This is wonderful. But take care Sealy read. You look at me. People up the wrong way quickly. I don't. J? Hey, good. He's still go. The kids. Yeah. Finger fudge. She's good enough. We remember the phone Gordon from the rest of the. He'll you're shy. How's it going finger funches just enough? Keep you. Shepherded? Why can't you? Blue riband. Folks, at least. Yep. More than. Yeah. He's doing second. Yeah. I think that's the full. Are you taking it gets this? Penguin? Bins. Reverend clubs kick. Yes. Questions question. What's the best looking and worse looking ever played. Did you have a favorite Kate? Matching team. Yeah. No yellow and Israelis yellow is. No. But that's not the okay. Your lack of knowledge when? Wheel red wine. Maroon. Yes. I I don't know. I have no idea. Maybe they put together all the call. That's why I love the national team. Did you ever see? My first uniform with the LA galaxy was an Acura marine, meet remember that one green sort of awful, looking caller by these face that doesn't look even know what are you talking about weed beat you with that uniform? What nothing I delayed. No final remembers address. Yeah. That's fair point. He's possible. Four. You see the yellow uniforms for the guys who are not pretty. No, no idea. We're talking about great favor. Favorite jokes is an orange Jake a wing get. Ooh. Kiss sounds ins or. Yeah. But we had an ochre one with the Philadelphia union. Yeah. But well, it's it's it's a very sort of light Brown. But did not look like anything other than number two. Oh, lovely. Yeah. It wasn't great. Ooh. See favorite. Meeting. Oh, yeah. Classic. Liveable candy steps. We'll get the worst one knows. The green and white one. We used to have a waste Liverpool. Come. Yeah. Yeah. It was rolling. 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Talking "Friends" With ALEXANDRA HOLDEN

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

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Talking "Friends" With ALEXANDRA HOLDEN

"She is one of the coolest people you'll ever hope to meet. And she had one of the coolest job ever as playing not only a David Schwimmer Aka Ross's college aged girlfriend, but also Bruce Willis daughter on friends Alexandra Holden, I'm Jerry Strauss, and this is the laugh track. Do. You need your weekly comedy, fix. Relaxed while we visited the Sitcoms, you love the joke. You remember the characters you will never forget and the stars that bring them to you. Sit Back. It's the laugh track with Jerry Stri. Welcome to laugh track with Jerry drowsy. Is I I of him? And you guys are here and I thank you so much for it. We've got another fun one for you this week before we get to it. I want to remind you. Of course that are brand. New facebook group is in full swing. We're welcoming a new members each and every day and we're building this community. We're in this together. We're all just a bunch of TV. geeks acting gigs of people who just want a bit of a break the same reason we watch. These phenomenal TV shows that we talk about. Every week on the laugh track so We're glad to be creating a bit of an escape from the world. Giving you some entertainment and some insight into your favourite TV shows and the people who made them possible so again. Thank you for joining us every week. Please join the facebook group. Please follow us on twitter We have a twitter account at laugh track. TV So We'd like to build that community up there as well, and of course, the big one brand new webpage that's right. It's a one stop shop for all things. The laugh track, so please check it out. Laugh, track pod calm. It's got all the links to all the old episodes. You can catch up. You can link to wherever you get your podcast and subscribe and Just make sure that you are a part of this thing each and every week, so thank you for doing so tell a friend. Please spread the news. Let's make this thing bigger and bigger, and let's get into it. We are heading into one of several interviews. We've got coming up with people that are part of maybe the most memorable and everlasting. In Sitcom history I'm talking about friends. People! Who have had memorable amazing careers still say that their most recognized for their work on friends, because that show is still so strong, so powerful and so popular, and we're going to kick that off here today. As we talked to someone who had the awesome experience of not only playing a girlfriend of Ross geller meaning, she got to work face to face, so to speak side by side with David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston and of course, the gentleman who came into play her father. For several episodes on this shows well the legendary Bruce Willis. It doesn't get any cooler than that, so let's talk all about it. Let's hear all about it. It's Alexandra. This week on the laugh track. Thank you so much for joining us. How are things going on your end? Everyone's got kind of a different story at a different scene these days, but how you holding up I'm holding up. Okay? It's a little crazy making, but just living like a hermit. You know putting out at home. Everybody's safe and healthy so I can't complain too much. You're. Listening you know you're apart of. You will the workers France which is probably go down as one of the most watched shoes generation after generation all time. Your it's your world sexually. But, but I want to go back to the beginning. Process of Department show. Up Show where it was already such oster sound like side characters. Couple seasons. They had no idea. were. France was already. Had to feed it that much harder to addition for that much harder to get the job. How did you? Will I just got the call from. My agent manager that I. Just. Of. It was the casting director and I had been into read her for other projects prior to that so I knew her a little bit, so that was a really easy audition. The casting and it went well, and they have become back and read in front of the producers, which was a little bit more nerve wracking, but again when will. And I was feeling pretty good about it, but I wasn't sure war. It was GONNA go further a little bit too much time had passed where I thought. Oh, well I guess that's not going to pan out, but I got a call that they wanted me to come back and do a chemistry with David. And I was super nervous about that especially has. told me that they needed me to come in looking as hot as possible. And I didn't even know what to make of that or what that meant. I mean I spent so many hours. You know going through every single thing in my closet trying one on after another and other it was you know I fretted over it for sure. But once I got in the room and you was there it just it went super smooth, and the nerves went away and seen just rolls, and I walked out. At Out I was right. My pollen it was on. It's. It's it really is a sign of how I. You mentioned. That will just hottest us. Sure a genuine you. Are. Probably so. Would request. That's very true. Yeah, it was. It was a different time. Yeah, no! Shoes Shows felt. Slow. Fred's. Your character. Your. Six the season. Student. College. Two. were. Show. By another, guest star. Yet. Lewis. I didn't know until I think the Wednesday of the week that we shot that episode. So. Yeah he was not cast the first couple of days that we went into rehearsals for that, and that was my third episode so all I knew when I. was that I was just GonNa. Do a one episode. I had no idea that it was. It was going to be an are or that. It was going to be a recurring character. I would just find out at the end of the week. If I was having back so yes, so the one with Elizabeth Ross Needs Elizabeth's Dad. We went into her her and. Cast yet, and there was all kinds of rumblings about who is GONNA BE? New wanted to stunt cast it. They wanted somebody big, but nobody knew and everyone was sort of you know trying to guess at. Your come up with ideas than that Wednesday I was in my dressing room in between rocking scenes, and I got not on my dressing room door. It was like Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang and I went, and it was David and he was like bouncing off the walls. Like did you hear? Did you hear? Did you hear WHO's GonNa? Be Your father and I was like no and you just like Bruce. Willis and he was so excited and then he went like bounding off down the hall. I mean when the way knock on my door. I thought it was a fire or something you know. No! I was thrilled and I wasn't the only one I. mean it was everybody was really excited, you know. Thought about it. Was the little bit of a benefit. I remember earlier. Series there's definitely at least one episode where a big focal point from guys was watching. The dying hard rain. That is funny. That is funny, yeah. Schools. Just finding out about it. What was that experience like? You're already. Stars world. Outcast Fred's so. Necessarily Shadows everybody he's just another surprise. If hitter that have been directly. was. Yeah it was. It was intimidating I mean he is such a huge star, but he couldn't have been nicer. Or more generous. As an actor. So he felt like he went out of his way to put me at ease. But he's definitely like. Mr Cool Guy I mean he is just. It's funny that the episode where you know the one where Paul's mad, because Bruce Willis embodies that. Let's. Talk notes. This is where we already. Already been his car. All is your dad. Find Out. quickly. Real this relationship you. Set up where we go the episode that that you choose I really dive into. It was great wants. Thank you for that. A. Lot of a lot of fun to be had by by you by David Schwimmer by Bruce Willis it just kind of brought everything in early Zandt House. So this is a as you said the what we're. What you second episode of Season Six. SOBIA right in. The Middle Show. The show is very much already. The top show a world probably knows exactly what it is. The characters are. Not In show had. A get, it's. Got Past. Quite Will for this. Kind of had to get over the hurdle of Ross's hesitation of having a relationship with you because of the age difference. And the fact that he could potentially be in a lot of trouble for having this relationship with a student was part of the faculty and Cetera, etc. How much fun in general was it? Play off of each other between you David Schwimmer? Because he you know, there's so many different versions of loss over the yen serious. There's the absolutely insane. There's the shy and what's we get to you? It's kind of. He's come into his own. What he's still got that sort of worried kind of erotic quality to him that maybe peak off. If you think about it and that's the Ross that you've got so, how much was it to kind of establish that dynamic? How it was so amazing, I mean David is. Such an amazing actor to work with and so different from the Ross character that really surprised me. Actually use much more subdued and thoughtful in real life, which makes sense to me, and of course he's not gonna any. Nobody's actually like cross right. Or maybe they are I. Don't know But, yeah, I just loved it and I. I love that Even though Elizabeth was the much younger person in the relationship, she was the more mature one in a lot of ways She took charge. Yeah Yeah Yeah and it was so much fun that was cut of the first leg of the journey that was short-lived relationship between the two of you getting. Sort of just the serfs that he had together now you're going to go for it now. There's another hurdle of course four of your father. WHO's Paul Who's frigate Bruce Willis? Bill, but regardless in this episode he lays down the law in the beginning, says he not approve of the relationship, and he threatens to call the university have Ross fired if the relationship. So that's kind of where we start off, and we'll hit some of the other things not in the episode that don't actually her tape to at Ross, but this is definitely the big big story line of the episode. You guys decide to ignore that ultimatum and continue the relationship and head off to grandmother's cottage for the weekend, and of course, this is a Sitcom, so that's not gonna go well. Rain! We're GONNA have a WHO incidental eat up. Here were also seeing what what also developed is Paul started a relationship with Rachel. As y'all know played by Jennifer Aniston of as y'all know Ross's long time x now friends, but other in sort of beard. Hiralal not even a triangle, but a square. Her roses now? If it wasn't uncomfortable enough now, his Ex's eating his Carl Hart, Dad. Who happens to hate him and to make things worse? They'RE GONNA head down to the grandmother's house as well for the weekend, not knowing Elizabeth and Rosser there as well. You also got to share some screen time in sort of a parallel situation which Jennifer Aniston, the mixed. Yes was what was that like I was so impressed with her like it was such a pleasure to work with her I was I. Admire her so much as an actress like she could make any line work, she could do a a line ten different ways, and it would still play in the scene. It was really incredible to watch her, and it was so much fun. The four of us I just loved the hijinks of all of us being there, and you know the the blocking of that in the entering and the exit running up stairs, these stairs that coated nowhere, and it was just it was incredible. Should've been of a direction was like at old school like three's company kind of scenario, which you didn't often see that level of physical comedy along with everything else on France because usually everything is confined to an apartment or whatever, but there was a lot of kind of running around and hiding back and forth. was very far light. That we're talking about. Now. What else do you remember about the episode as far as? I was curious about out. South seen. Are you guys filming? Everything brought to the studio audience within high where you had to fill things separately with him, like was he on your schedule or was it like a special? Willis? Now is on the regular schedule. I mean if I remember correctly. I don't think he came in every day for rehearsal all day. The way that we did but on the film, Fridays, he was there. And it was front of the studio audience, and it was pretty intense and the episode prior where we first meet throughs Willis I introduced him to David and he and I have to enter. We walk into central perk together, and the crowd just went wild, and it was so thrilling like you know because here I am walking in with him in the rows, going nuts, and it's like Oh, that such reme-. Internet now for me. But yeah, the audience just ate it up that he was there. And so you definitely would have snakes more pauses while everyone you know at their hooting and hollering out. That brings up an interesting point general experience being on this show. What was the studio audience from your experience? Because now we're at a point where I have to feel like these people who've probably been on a waiting list for unser years. Just get here. It's like this very elite opportunity to be a part of the most coveted seat in studio, audience the land at this point wars. What was that energy like you guys for press they. They must've been so excited just to be there. Yeah, it was a lack I. mean the. MEMBERS WORST THRILL There and they laughed so hard and. Applauded even harder I mean. It was really it was remarkable. Absolutely electric in there and it it. It really fuels your performance. You know and it put some pressure on you because you don't want to let the audience now. Just to cut a go through a little synopsis of what happened with your guys characters, you go to the cottage for the weekend. Elizabeth your character leaves to go buy some condoms again very mature booth. Yes, the leadership role take the rates here. Rachel and Paul suddenly turned up forcing Ross to hide, which is of course, the beginning of this farcical three's company like scenario where he ends up having to hide and I really noticed watching the scene where he is trapped in this bedroom. And all comes in Bruce Willis. He comes in and Ross. David Trimmer he doesn't do the normal thing where he immediately like knives under the bed, he just kinda backs up you, let's let's as well as you. Let's Paul kind of do his thing for a minute while he's standing there staring at the back of his head, and then he kind of just troops down like. In a very Ross Lakeway, but I thought it was I thought. That was so hilarious that he was just like well. Of course, this is happening. I missed the physical. Was Really Brilliant I mean yeah. He just like led his knees. Go weak in kind of collapsed. His physical comedy was just so top notch. I mean it was. So brilliant it because it's over the top and grounded at the same time. It's always unique and different so. Clever and creative about everything he does, and then speaking of clever creative in different. This is where we get to meet. Maybe the real Paul because now. He's got Rachel waiting for him, and he has kind of a you know as they say a come to Jesus moment where he has to look himself in the mirror and try to psych himself, clearly, the confidence issues that he is not lead on because all we've seen from Paul is like you said the cruel. The coolest guy in the room Bruce Willis basically the Bruce Willis that we, we a soup Bruce Willis. In real life. That's all right right. Now, he's showing showing us when no one else could see. Him is lack of confidence. He's talking to himself. He psyching himself up. You say come on Paul, you can do it has himself at the mirror and say I have. Your. Sincerely try. Zip Self. Nine. Good. Were you. Watching this. You know not just impersonal. Suck. Again. Oh. Yeah, people were just going. For that it was it was brought down the house really. It was, it was so great. I mean I. Love is love to be there. For the rehearsals tubes I got to see it over and over and over again and just to watch he David play off each other when David then mocks him. It was so brilliant run. That's. You know gauzes on. All catches you guys read. Tells Ross. Perot. Even slyly, Hey I. Your. Own only. Know. All. Wooden Jennifer Aniston they're. Background. Thing that. What's to have you know? Yeah. Definitely I mean it was so funny to watch. It was really hard not to crack up. Of that was. You. Were you at Ross. The? Level that you're able to show with each other that this is a quality relationship. That's what set up stakes. Right so. That was. Thank you, yeah, I only wish that the story could have continued of wish. We would have got another episode to see what happened the rest of that again you know. That's another set maybe. Take US later or closer to now be able to get. Well. Enjoy You. Know look real quick of course Fred's. Cast six so while this is going on interchangeably, we had such go about Joey. was trying to get his picture up in a local. instead mistakenly of taking out the ultra odors wife. Thought, he was just taking out random employee on the date, so he a picture up on the wall instead he added to. To. Be of of the establishment there, so that was his deal and then. You know we also had another plot where phoebe Rachel go to this. find out that they have. This gallery could be hired for weddings, so bought L.. Put Reservation, for two years down the road for Henschel wedding. Any of them were engaged by that point and they'd have the reservation. Call Cups in to the apartment that there was a cancellation. And that could actually have it much sooner. Which Chandler. Here's which income the thought is that he is now freaking out because he scared of. Everything, and then the big reveal. The end of course is that he's. Totally cool with it and he's planning host so big. Ford shows well a really pivotal episode. What a few that you! Would you say I? Know You pick this one? For some specific reasons, because there is so many funny, cool things that happened in it overall. Would you say this is the favourite episode that appeared? Yeah. I think it's my favorite. Because I had the most fun doing it like you said that Monica and Chandler getting together. Really was such a big moment in the show, and I feel really honored that I was a kind of a part of that. At this point, people just love these characters look. Beyond anything else, that's almost like the criteria that they had to be using to prayed on anybody even on a temporary basis to be relationships with these people as they also had to be people that. Those friends fans would passionately. Welcome as part of the story so I think that's a huge compliment. You not only to be able to get the GIG but to be able to be so well remembered as part of it. I mean like I said. You're part of that infamous ten year whatever it was storyline that his friends like forever, yeah? Thanks Jerry Feel good. I mean. Do you still obviously early hitting on one sliver of your career? Is this the role that you're most? For that. You Feel Oh look at as when they that they that they talked to you about the. Ask about. Definitely I'm I'm still I get stopped. Quite regularly and you know this is a long time ago. Now it was the year two thousand that I shot those episodes so twenty years ago and I still get people coming up to me. I mean it's maybe more popular than ever now you know it had that long. Run A net flicks that really helped it out but Yep People love it, and I get recognized or at all the time and people. Are you know genuinely excited to meet me and? I. Don't know but but. Did Not. You I'm standing outside your door right now and. I hope you have a mass in gloves dust. Yeah, well, of course, we're sixty social distancing. Right. Yeah, but I'm so honored that I was part of it is definitely a highlight for me. That's us. You know. I gotta say I just love I. I've yet to record episode or anybody yet. As part of the show, that doesn't have that attitude for the projects they were a part of I'm so glad 'cause abs scared of the person who's. I don't WanNa talk about said. You know maybe when I get to screech from saved by the bell like it'll be a different problem. I just flat. This show that you. Continue to look at is like a blessing as part of your. Absolutely. Yeah. Are! Look. We're not actually going to encourage people to help to your property to come to your. Okay, so. But I do want to ask. You is their Eddie way out there in the social media space, or otherwise where people had or you'd like people to keep up with what's going on with all things. well I do have instagram, and it's at Hey Alexander Holden. I'm not super. Holistic on there. I get nervous about posting about my. Personal Life. I never know what to pose or is she? Should I post this poster that? But but it's it's there. It's out there even though I'm not I'm not as super poster. I do I have a friend of mine and I. We do a Improv sketch comedy thing where we play several different characters and that. At out, underscore of underscore luck show. So that's on Instagram as well so I would encourage people to check that out if they want some laughs. We just do little postings three times a week, and you know just little mini mini sketches. report. So. Still get your Alexandra fix. If you're not gonNA, catch her today or tomorrow or the next day on France still on television fourteen time today or you know. Returns to the streaming world, and you're probably GONNA. To get a whole nother. Another swore of attention for that, so get ready of. Might of your instagram and your schedule is well. Look power to watching all that. What you're, GONNA do next. Thanks so much man I know. It's a weird schedule a weird time to time out to to do these sorts of things, but thank you so much for being on the show. I'm more than happy to do it. Thank you. Thanks Jerry. Guys. The lab track podcast is produced and hosted by me. Jerry Strauss with editing and additional production by our Buddy Steve to prentice. We will be expanding in the next few weeks. Guys so keep a lookout for all kinds of big announcements in the meantime. If you want to drop me a line, please do so. Let me know what you think of the show comments, questions, complaints. Suggestions just do so please. 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#1064 Be Yourself And You'll Be Number One

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#1064 Be Yourself And You'll Be Number One

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Now, there seems to be an unbelievable moral panic around those things where vaping vaping and Jules. Particularly there literally is what's insuring jewels and regulates a little device particular brand have disposable pods. So they're easier to. Yeah. This notion like for me. When you go home, and I'm really upset about what vaping and I go but vaping not dangerous. Yeah. Yeah. I know for long puck or lung now the screen out they go it leads to something else. And I go. All right. Well, so no more video games are what what else the steppingstone to violence or. Behavior that we won't tolerate like first off. Whether it's collusion with Russians or vaping. Or it's. Video games that are violent. You can't tell me over. That's what they wanted to do. That's what is gonna do or. That's what leads to I got to see a crime go somewhere. Yeah. And the notion that here's what here's what vaping lead still like. Like like, I get it. It's a it's an argument. But my feeling is it cuts back on if it gets to help people quit smoking. Then it's a good categorically. And now they have some objective. Studies done show that's better than any other replacement mechanism out there. But with the report is they'll go drug use significantly declined in schools, but we see more juuling in those schools will maybe there's an association there. Maybe the jewels have kept them off drugs, and maybe we should be celebrating kids using jewels instead of heroin cocaine. Well, also, I don't know why. People don't have a very healthy part of their brain carved out for a who gives a shit versus neither here, nor there like sort of world while we do I it's we're not it's like I don't in back in the sixties and seventies would've called everybody on cool. Right. I mean, like, hey, man you to chill out. Sure. Be cool. I just don't I'm not that interested in who shot cease. So the line or who's who's vaping or whatever? It's neither here nor there kind of thing. I it's funny, but hysteria of commerce, it's a stereo onto the steer. And you know, my feeling is would you like your kid debate? And the answer is no. But I don't really want him to eat a lot of processed food either. And he does eat a lot of Doritos and shit like hat, so not happy about that. Yeah. But what about vaping like now wish it upon? Here's what they will say to you. We think that leads to future cigarette. We think we think we think we don't know and. I don't. But I don't want them drinking tons of Gatorade and sugary drinks and sodas and even caffeinated things like I don't want. I don't wanna playing video games more than you know, a half hour a day. Like, I there's a whole bunch of stuff. I don't one, but I picked up on the video games. Oh, yeah. Oh, it's on man. Does he have the video game parties him and mama every night in his room? Do they short night as a fortnight character for Halloween this past year? What LX afford nine? Oh, no. He drew one question. L Vedro one question. I have about the jewel stuff seemed like I don't know eighteen months ago year ago, something like that a lot of those ads we're focused on Jools can Sobe dangerous to your health. And it seems like now they've abandoned that true. It's four times more likely to have you start smoking cigarettes. That's. That's so silly. Yeah. The newest thing, and and they don't put in the other data. It's like you're eighty many multiples of times less likely to do drugs at appears to and they need to study that figure out why that's happening. We don't know. Like either way I see a PSA now. And I'm like I'm out by the way, they're run the same thing when they run the stupid smoking ones. So the have like the guy he's out on the deck or the Czech white chick or white guy. They gotta be a white person. And then they go out, and they stand on the deck of their -partment and the balcony and they smoke, and then he sees the smoke go up, and then it gets pulled into the ventilation system. And at some point there's a Brown kid. He's an infant, and he's laying his crab and the smoke is raining down upon them this. So that's the theme are I dick wads you want that person to not pick up a cigarette and have that young Brown, infant adversely affected. Well, then maybe they should vague ribbon answer. But then you're. Our next commercials and anti vaping commercial. So now, we're flying in the face of what we're trying to dress. You remember how we used to fight about the morning after pill? Yes, you member that craziness that was insane. And I like a million apologies for all the nonsense. I had to go through with that. And now nothing, well, I don't like it happens on a macro level happens on a micro level where somebody pulls up something, and I go here's what I don't like about you. Or here's running like about this, and you go. Wow. That doesn't work because I was never there and they go, okay. Let me pull out something else. And you're like, well, wait a minute. Now, you just pulling out things you don't like reasoning from conclusion, this is the the mode of the day decide something is so and then you look for things that confirm that and if the things don't confirm the within that's bad data. Well, also, if you're not you can't just watch people judged their behavior and decide they need to stop because there's something you don't like about it. And then go about stopping them, the the thing about this country is it was kinda based on people doing what they wanted if they weren't hurting you so that's over. I'm gonna put you in a better mood wreath sixty Washington DC. Oh my gosh. Hi. You hear me? Okay. Clear. Okay. So start off with I got sober in nineteen eighty six. Oh, I was the first person in my family of eight to stop drinking and thank you. And at I started a family, and I just want you to know that every night. I went to sleep. I I was living in Palo Alto. So I was on the same coast as you guys. And I would listen to your show the one, you know, way back like eighty seven eighty eight eighty nine whatever on there was a carpenter. So when both of you were there, so maybe a little later, we on KOA me, we listen to that station. I can't remember I was I was in cal- northern California. But I was able to live is it to San Jose station five for someone who's been sober for so long. If you have a pretty shoddy memory. I didn't Aaron tell like ninety six maybe ninety five. Well, so must have been after my second daughter was born then so whatever I. Whatever is. Eight years. Only down so much at love listening to and especially I learned a lot about when you two young girls with who had been abused, and you would talk about their voice, and it's they said that kind of a baby boy so that pretty much meant that say it has something happened. Well, hold on a second. We have we will get to do that very much anymore. Maybe there's less of that. You know, maybe there's less. Maybe it's us. Also, it's kinda weird. But you you have tones voices timbers, and whatever they just kind of remind you of something, it's my it's reaction. I actually have with Elizabeth Warren every time she speaks. I go. Okay. Bomber. All right, bummer cuisine. Bomber I picked her Billy Jack's girlfriend talking. I I don't know why it's a weird vestige of my childhood, but she such a bummer all the time that just wanted to shut up. I'd much rather. Listen to Kamala Harris or anybody else, speak, even if I disagree with them. There's there's something that I zone. I I look into on her voice. And so when we would talk to young people, we just hear something, and that something you hear remind you of something. And that thing it reminds you of what they've been through. I would actually feel something I would have an image and things would occur to me. And it's yeah. Yeah. You like miss Cleo? Yeah. I wouldn't I wouldn't say reminds you. But it'd be like the first thing, you reaction, the first thing you have is a reaction, which is you wouldn't have normally like you're not looking to react, right? There's something makes you ramp. Yes. It's a sort of a a kind of walk into someone's apartment kind of thing. And it's like you don't need to act or even one Iraq, but you'll like smell some laundry and they're smoker. You know, what I mean, and they cooked with lard or whatever it is. You just get you get the same kind of washed out over you. Plus when people are traumatized, the engage in something called project identification, which is why borderline personality disorders drive you crazy because they would immediately. You would have this horrible reaction and wants to be ryobi's them. Member. Yes, I would want to repeat it. And I would feel bad for them. And now they would while they would do. Little tells. Yeah. Little towels, which is when you and something I probably saw my mom. I realized my mom, but you you ask them question one thousand two thousand three when I always make you wait just a little bit because they're letting you it's a it's a passive aggressive kind of I'm in charge. Fuck you kind of thing. But they would always wait to raise. A missing. Yeah. Yes. Him a question. And they would they would be just a moment. A beat or two off of what you think about what a pleaser earn enthusiastic person. Does they answer media opposite? They do the opposite. They jump the gun. Pleasers? Don't let you finish asking the question before those are those ties piss you off too though. I do it's true. I don't like them. You gotta live in the middle. Yeah. So and they really make you work to get the information out of them, which is another thing, that's sort of passive aggressive. Whatever that you'll see in people that are angry, and but people more likely than have been that's why we started betting was to get around. All that just because we know what's here already. So it's it's let's bet that we can actually paint the picture of exactly what happened. And I'd say seventy percent of the time, we got it. Would you say? Adam uses cigarette with someone was when community college. I'm sorry. Not you know, like the other such important and serious, but used to prop me up when you would say, you know, where he's living, and where are you going to college and always nailed it because it made me laugh and doing well, the third time someone uses the word irregardless. You get the idea that probably not Ivy league material dip, thanks Reese. Anyway, thank you for sure, my some call and thank you for the years of giving me a lot of entertainment and information over the good. Oh my gosh. My older daughter went to NYU film school and buying daughter. What to fill she went to school called the new school in New York. You know? You know? They're both working in New York in doing great. Three graduations. Thank you for asking that Dr drew. Of course, it means a lot to me. Hannam note that says ask about. I know you you said don't you care about the kids? That's the notes. Yeah. What about the kids crush remark? I Gary you can find the beginning of the new school. But it's not the new schools, the new zoo revue remember that one you remember that as a kid. I remember I in my head. It goes in the same zone as banana splits. Now why Jay? Stuffed animals bad stuffed animals doing bad kids stuff back when everyone was held hostage by three channels. I let me take Gary look for the news new review. And then I'll tell you guys about truecar every car has a story. Do you put a price on those stories? Well, you can do it truecar find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell it or trade it in just go to truecar into your plate number and cars. Details will pop up then you answer a few quick and easy questions. Once you're finished get a true cash off or sent you in minutes, which you can take your local certified dealer to cash out or you can trade it in. So if you want to know which cars worth, and you wanna take it in, and you wanna trade it in on a new car or trade it in on a used car or you want to Uber home with a check in your hand, you go with truecar when you're ready for better way to sell or trade in your car. Checkout truecar true cash offer not available in all areas. But I bet you don't live in one of those areas. The new review it's coming right at you. Drew? How many nightmares spurred by stuff? Like this. Fair for them. On learning. What we don't know really, really. Doug and any Joe every day said different Joe. Guy guide braided own otherwise we never hire him. Right. She we'd hire you look good. She'll Mary Tyler Moore. Again. This file it under the heading of everyone who does things for kids is a fucking hat cop out. We'll you real stuff. Wait, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Door the explorer. Yeah, that's a pilot great. How about how about stuff that people create for kids that has type thing for adults? Listen, my kids can watch the Simpsons and love it. Right. Yeah. Yeah. There. There are good. Yeah. There are good program out there, but door the fuck and explore is not one of them. And Cayenne you first off that goddamn attack on American soil. That's the Canadian was it is what is it's it's the world's worst. It's French Canadian. So there screwy like like, I remember just looking at it going what the fuck is wrong with this like eating Mexican deserve. What where does this come from some fucked up about it? Kyw you when you look at the color palette, you go something's wrong and their shoes are weird. Everything's weird. And then you find out later was maiden. Montreal or something, and you got okay. It's weird. It's a Canadian French. And it's weird. The whole thing is weird. And they it's it's it's such a vacuum of creativity. Like, they just name everything like Grandpa's name grandpa and dog dog and mailman mailman. They didn't label everybody it's just bankrupt. And it's six but door explores the all-time wars while you're watching French-Canadian cartoons. 'cause they just sit there and shit would come on the TV and I'd start watching it and then start getting angry V set. And then of course, was fun for them now. Yeah, great memories. And then the one that made me go through the roof was. The word well door explorers were is the worst. The Chi-Yu is horrible. But it's all it's a cultural thing. So maybe they just don't know what they're doing over there and Canada. And then there's wall while Wasi, and then while a web's he started talking about you being the coolest, and that's when I flip my lay I'm like shutout. Yeah. Stop poisoning these kids. Also, it kind of reminded me of. What I hate is a message that flies in the face of its own message. Yeah. So it's like, they do this thing. Where was what drove me nuts about the airplane, turbulence PSA? I didn't like that. There was an airplane turbulence PSA. So why I yeah. I didn't like that. We used to have to listen to PSA's had a syndicated radio show and one of them was about airplane turbulence and ice scream about it. And the reason I screamed about it is it was of course, of waste of everyone's time and money to have to listen to airplane turbulence, but it's it's also a waste that the freeway signs say click it or ticket in the in California because that's a waste because everyone's got their it's already in the government funded. Irrational, we're talking about because these were government funded, right? Aditorial PSA's. Right. So that was the Ad Council. So that is a waste, but. It's an Alterra slap in the face when like they do. And while the you're the coolest Mr. cool in the in the airport turbulence on the airplane turbulence on they would say your body's made to do a lot of different things. And they've childbirth every child, and it's like football on Wessel here and a guy like getting sacked then they didn't they're so fucking bad at their job. They've go even rollerblading here car's horn, honking and car screeching. And it's like that guy just died on rollerblades. And then I thought. So if you took rollerblading or skateboarding or roller skating outdoors onsite public sidewalks, and you took childbirth, and he took football you'd have many deaths and many severe injuries and many severe injuries versus zero an airplane turbulent. So boy are you doing fuck. And like if you guys were attorneys, you'd be going my Klein over here Sheri's, guilty of arson and Sherry beats on his wife and sure is kids don't love him. But that hold on. What are we doing here? It's like. The world's worst. There's no logic to it. There's zero that you you really hurt your own cause by frontloading a bunch of really dangerous active childbirth. You you frontloaded a bunch of stuff where people actually do die. And then what comes after that? Is you getting preachy about something? We're nobody died, and it doesn't affect anybody ever. So Mr. pool, I think the point of the whole thing was make sure you wear your seatbelt on a plane, those which you're told all the time to do when you're on the plane while loves he was explaining that. You don't have to dress cool, and he don't have to try hard. And you don't have to do everything or anything, and everyone will know you're the coolest which is your message to send to your kid. Like, hey, you don't have to get dressed. You don't have to get good at the tar. And you're not railway ever. It's not your great. Everyone's going to be aware of it. Although how does that work for the? Unwashed masses than everybody. I played Gary just to make me angry. Mr. whoever wrote mislead, anti dance. You don't have to wear the dam only have to give yourself a chance and you'll see you are the cool. That you have to. Day, and everyone you're the cooler out. Of what you do. It'd be don't you anything? Number one, and you feel. Be yourself will be number one. The years. So we have this kinda garbage of. What? Wondering whoever wrote this fucking be the coolest fucking corpse averages kill shelf, and you'll be the coolest fucking sack shis off like that has been pumped into kids for ten fifteen years either. It's one of those things where it's like my dog, Phil. Yeah, I've been saying he's three for three years. He may be older write that down. I mean, I really for literally two years ago. How'd you three two years go by a house? You're he stray. Yeah. He's older than three because I keep saying straight. Songs from two thousand and six. All right. So it's close to fifteen years of pumping garbage like that on then I just having another thought as retains to what Reese brought up the issue of the little girl voice. We what percentage of calls. Do you think we heard that kind of thing that kind of trauma? We pick up the phone we trauma survivor. Well, I don't wanna say one out of ten. Hiring them. So I think it just feels that way. I mean, you're also it's people that are compelled the call into our riot. I understand that as a self selecting popular. Yeah. It was a large number and yet. Yes, we offer calls today. And that population doesn't call right, right? Suggesting that perhaps they're less, right. But now that we were talking to went to college became voters, and are politically active and may be counted amongst the coolest their number one for not doing anything wanna Jordan Petersen's theory. Everyone knows you're gonna that a lot of this stuff. We're seeing today is acting out of those kinds of issues. What kinds the trauma stuff, particularly, you know, if somebody was sexually abused a child that kind of thing that stuff now now societies the sexual abuser and all men of the sexual abuser. Oh, yeah. And so, you know, they probably I I've been saying forever. There was a massive population of people that were traumatized in childhood in the seventy s. Listen, I agree. And this is where we're getting into a really super slippery slope. Which is if somebody's going to be confirmed, the supreme court or politician, does your whatever it is. Somebody's got a TV show. Whatever the the folks that were victims can be triggered and the triggering event does not have to be an actual assault. That can be something that triggered a prior. That's buried deep deep inside them. And it comes out as I'm not calling them liars. It feels like what it was because there is something experience actually, the memory on earth it, and I'm not talking about a disturbing. I'm just I'm distortion every night of not a false memory now. And that's a third rail of politics because nobody can talk to professor blowzy and say excuse me, were you molested. When you were younger because it's important. It's sorta Germain at thinking about how could that person would be tarred and feathered and thrown out of town. Right. So now, we're going off the memory of someone who may or may not have been victimized at some point. We're filing it under neither here nor there. I'm filing it under Tremain, which is this is a factor in what this person is experiencing feeling accusing others of. It's not the end all be all it doesn't mean the person didn't do it to you. It's a factor the you, and I know ways in considerably and and forget just an isolated event. It becomes a way of interacting with the world. Yes. And I it feels to me like on Twitter. A lot of hysteria comes from those kinds of issues a great because it will create hysteria having had those experiences. All right. My stand up special not tackle bell material find that and it. Chassis and get it at I tunes and Amazon and given a nice rating. I enjoy that live shows everywhere coming up, Brian Denver, Portland. Why shouldn't I work couple of weekends? How the true also you can check out and crow goes racing at Vero fee. Our own all that good stuff. 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I hope you're appropriate liquor up. This is vaguely intimidating. I feel like there's a lot of human beings here. And at any point I much I just get up and walk away. You'll never see me again. Yes. It was too much. My only goal is not to fall off. This is the type of chair that I would totally tumble right off of. And there's still like another hour plus to go. So I like when they were coming up with like where should we put these guys for a live show? Let's get like a really classy sexy winery for a bunch of classy sexy guys. That's checks out checks out. It makes sense, right? That's why they never put us on video. And you guys I'm glad you guys are here because every day were in that cramped studio when we do the show, and we talk about what west wears and we say look at west it's bod- look at what Lakisha the paramour puts him in. He went from three to like, a twelve and a half out of ten look at the the coding of the Brown shoes. And then up to look at how it's fitting on the arms what a hot. Bod- and what a hot, dude. Yes. Give it up or what? Toby, very generous. I haven't lifted away or moved since cancer. Okay. That is the time. We should talk about Dan's hotbot on guys obsession because it's like I mean, we could open up here. It's like it doesn't last more than a few minutes without some sort of rating of guys. But I think he's got your your your ability to evaluate his spot. No doubt. I mean, you try to take it in an uncomfortable situation. But I'm just more. I see what I see I comment on it. Title is ultimately let the record show that Kevin Patras like five foot nine one hundred and forty pounds. I mean, the man's not here to defend themselves. So really excited to be your and thank you everybody for coming out. This is so incredible. We did a show out in London. And it was fine. But I like America I like being here. And here, we are Atlanta, and you guys pack the joints. Thank you so much. That's awesome. How many make some noise if you're a patriots fan? That's right. It would be a rough night for you. Then you guys can go. Now, if you want what is this guy here? Let me see this. Oh, no. Brady is go get my lunch. There could be shadowy leak figures here. I can there are anything. All right. So we're here to do a show. This is our Super Bowl fifty three preview podcasts, which means we're going to talk about a lot of things and this will go up live on NFL dot com tomorrow. So we're all part of history. Together, doesn't it feel special? So what are we going to do today? Here. We got some you know, who's coming back. We have a special guest. Title box is not here. Actually, I did read Colleen who we're doing our NFL dot com show during the week. We did our Tuesday podcast. And then I it was a bridge. Too far. I said I texted Colleen is a you wanna do the live show. She's like. It's a lot to ask. Like are. You paying me? No special guest is so special that it's not even a human. Yeah. We do. It's a female her name is Bridget. So that Bridget Super Bowl bond three thousand she's going to be here. She's a beautiful woman machine off one of our favorite games. What's more likely? We're going to dig into that Mark. And I have to we're going to have to talk about the patriots right much. We are. But we're going to do it. Our way is in the whole show about the patriots. There's gonna be a reckoning. Oh, yeah. And it is that time Paul sneer. It is. It is that time of year. So go get my lunch, and Mark I know you last year there was a very controversial go get my lunch. I don't find it. I don't find a special on any level. I'm dealing with three clowns who simply can't come around to truth and Justice. Don't encourage him. We'll make our Gabe reductions, and then we want to hear from you the audience will do QNA after the show. So if you guys have if you guys have any questions, now's the time to think of it. But before we get into that it is Super Bowl week, and you know during Super Bowl week. There are a lot of stories. I mean, that's part of the machine west you got to manufacturer news content in marches on ceaselessly. I mean, much to Mark's dismay only mind like the US postal service. Daddy, ever coming home. Mark has been ready for this season to end for about four weeks. I wish I could argue, but I I want to finish it. Well, but I'm ready to be at some point free of all of this. That's all right. So what we're going where we're gonna start. Here is a new game called doesn't matter. A new name. It's it's not the best name. Came up with an earlier today, and it was fun. All right. So here we go. I'm gonna go through some news items this week, and you're gonna tell me if it matters or if it doesn't matter and I'll start start with this Nicole Roby Coleman on Tom Brady each has taken a toll, Chris Westlund. Does it matter? It does not wind up doesn't matter because we've seen he's gotten better over the last few weeks. He's over his MC L tear playing really well. And we saw him. He was in the zone. How often is a quarterback in the zone, which he was in overtime with his ball placement. Doesn't matter. How old he is? I mean, he played his two best games of the season after having a week off. And now he just had another week off. You mean west is not a huge fan of player X talks about player y to begin with? So I'm not shocked at the inside. So it doesn't matter. All right. But what was that point? I know Mark this one's for you. Sean McVeigh Bill bell, check they tat. They taxed quote, basically close quote. Every game. Doesn't matter. I think we feel like this is the story that Sean McVay deeply regrets sneaking onto the press. Because there was that uncomfortable moment during opening night. If that's what it's still called. I think that that is opening night a wonderful event for all the shadow figures. I really enjoy going. But Bella chicks sort of standing there. Awkwardly Sean McVeigh had to answer that question with the two of the machine and their Bella chick doesn't want anyone to know who is texting or who is communicating with. So it was just too much inside baseball. There's also well there's that the Belgium could be annoyed. There's also the angle that Sean McVeigh he's young as first game here in the Super Bowl. He learned a valuable lesson. Never divulge anything even a little bit interesting early in the week. Because then you've gotta get asked about it four thousand times before Sunday. I think that's what happened here. But to answer question, I think you could argue that nothing matters. But I think in matters a little bit because Sean McVay is going to be around for a long time. And I think he learned a lesson right there. All right on that note makes them human Bill ready. Greg matters. Yeah. Let's hear it doesn't matter. Sean McVay, and you guys might know this. This is out there on the streets streets stalking. He's thirty three years old. Did you guys know that it's crazy? I'm gonna say it does not matter. Why not because he's better than almost any coach. League as it is age age. Ain't nothing. I mean, the old guys over there. They've proven side of the room. Ouch. I don't know. Why just like Louis Ryan reim- of all ages from Greg every show every Greg? I liked that. But that did feel unnecessary. Most things most things I say are you're like four years younger than us. Please. Greg, by the way, we are in Atlanta. And this is a perfect place. Because a lot of falcons fans, I'm impressed. We love the dirty birds salary. Go falcons fans have been through a lot of respect for him. All right. West home teams twenty one thirty one all time in the Super Bowl doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. There's no such thing as a home team in the Super Bowl. It's a neutral field. That's untrue. Every year. There's a whole team. No, not really not totally with you. What about the doesn't matter? Assessor that the Rams are wearing the throwback jerseys and the patriots are wearing the white jerseys. Which are they know I can't bring myself. No, not at all. Right. There we go Mark double question. Tom Brady, quote zero chance of retiring after the Super Bowl, of course, it matters because I actually thought about a month ago that the game went the way he wanted to he might walk out on top. Just you could argue there's nothing more for him to accomplish. But a completely matters because it backs up everything that he's been saying about his own career for years. He's not backing off. I feel like I need still in your jets division. So it's going to matter to you patriots fan. I would like him to retire. Bowl this year you want Brian. Going off against the Rams close it down and just like drop the mic. I would be totally fine. Other patriots. Does anybody else feel that way? You'd like to see him go out with a win for the Brian Hoyer. Don't worry about any gradual decline, it'd be beautiful and mallet back. You know, I love my. One more year. Okay. All right. Thank you, sir. How about this one? And you know, I love my kickers. Greg's arline. He's kept his foot injury secret from the Rams should if you're rooting for the Rams, and there's a lot of people are doing that in this country right now across the world. That's a little nervous about that one west because that guy he's a g this matters. Because not only does he have one of the biggest legs in the league for field goals, but can't put it out of the end zone and prevent Cordeiro. Patterson from returning kickoffs. Are we can't buy all right here? We got correct, sir. Greg. I want to hear your thoughts and also marks on this one Sean Payton, binged Netflix and ice cream after the Rams defeated the saints in that controversial NFC title game. Now, I think that does matter it made him human. He's not a guy that you always kind of think of and wanna wrap your arms around him, really as a likable guy that did it. We talked to camera Jordan. We. We talked to Cameron Jordan today and it falcons fans like saints going through pain. I mean, they're doing it. Cameron, jordan. Cameron Jordan said he watched the game four straight times between Monday, and Tuesday and just thought of all the things that he could have done differently and just think how much worse this week would be for all you fans if New Orleans at taken over this down, which is what they would have done. It matters to me if I need more detail, the flavorings of the ice cream what sort of dish or condiments went with the ice cream in. What is he bingeing on Netflix? Netflix has a wide umbrella programming. I wanna know. Bundy, and you take his advice and watch you. I mean, that's what we all watched rise weeks. But did check out the Ted Bundy documentary? I watched that myself, but that'd be more. Our NFL head coaches binging that two days after last one west. Aaron Donald L as a football town now. It doesn't matter because it's not true. L face. Not a football town in any unless it's college football. Do we have any Rams fans other than Lakisha here? All right. Show. So I recommend. Right. So well, that's telling it. I it's interesting that, you know, the patriots, of course, have been to this game nine times in eighteen years. I think that everyone in New England has been to at least three Super Bowls at this point. So if the Rams cannot outdraw patriots fans on Sunday, and I had my suspicions. They won't be able to. It's not going to be a great look. I would say this L A is not like, hey, be good at something for like ten days. And we bought it. And you got to you got to win the town over there on their way. You couldn't have asked for a better start for the Rams that's fair. Good set guys that it was another PR message for the people nice sake. Get things going. What what are you guys drinking tonight, by the way, what we? What we? Why risk anybody drinking Tito's? There's like one rush. That's good. There were. I evergreen room in the back, and I have to say. That's right booze whenever you can miss. Your bought us around. The great this draft. Shout out for Mr. half, the greatest sponsor in the business. All right here, we go. It is time to make some Super Bowl fifty three predictions with the help of the Bridget bought three thousand. So we're going to go around the horn here. Let's start though with Chris Wesseling, give us a prediction. And then we have a state of the art computer robe, it that will deem whether or not it is something that should be taken seriously. Well, we all recognize that Tony Romo is a natural innings already. Great at his job. Buddies have is like alma calls. Do you believe in miracles broadcast booth moment my election is that Tony Romo has his signature broadcast moment calling Tom Brady Tom versus time two minute drill. In the biggest stage in American sports. Ooh, I love it. It. It's kind of the whole Romo thing is fascinating. And we thought we talked about west because I know all of us are kind of fascinated by what he's been able to do how big a story. It was you wonder if like football player has a prime an analyst this coming out of the game. If you years if this is his prime, so we need to kind of enjoy it. While last before he turns it to Terry Bradshaw. Sitting at a day for nine straight minutes without saying anything, it's like getting paid for this. I do wonder Jim Nance has ever like what about me? Thanks. You know that you got some issues. All right. Let's see. Well, I liked it. I think we all liked what does this robotic mink stress? Think about see with Bridget has to say. And now the full time delivery for the quote unquote meal, man. Faulty delivery for the mail there. That was such a great take quote on quote mailman. He literally delivered mail L, man. If there was a robot. Hell would send Bridget careful starting to come around to where I'm I don't know why she's so unpopular. We do this game. And she gets a big spot for Bridget to be big five. Also a lot of pressure out. Right, greg. We took her out for a ride. It's your turn. Our prediction. My prediction is that Dante Fowler in Dominic and sue are gonna hit Tom Brady twice as much as he's been hit in the playoffs. So far that now when you look. That they're going to hurry him throughout the game. If you look at what is been different with this Rams team in the playoffs. It's Dante Fowler in Dominic ensue and especially in the NFC championship game. It was Fowler. You're putting two guys on Aaron Donald and Fowler. It wasn't just the game winning play that he had like play after play. His quickness was beating the tackles of the saints who are better than the tackles of the patriots. By the way, he had his other best game of the year as a member of the Jaguars against the patriots back in week two. They're lining up at defensive end at defensive tackle. He got his sack when he's playing one technique over a nose tackle. I just don't think they've the offensive line of the patriots played. I mean like this, and it's gonna be harder for Brady doesn't mean. They're not gonna win. I think of just saying it's gonna be hard Arkansas and credulous, Greg. Unless like Dante score Nikki is on Scylla and twelve minutes before kickoff. I think radio is going to be fun. You ready? For a humble brag. Yeah. Let's hear it before. I left for the Super Bowl the Kishan. I ran into CARA Henderson Snead at a bar, and my wife GMO, the Rams let's driver, and we spent like ten minutes talking about Dante Fowler as the X factor in this game. He's a beast. I mean that was a Hobo brag I have to say. Through it. Connect Fowler's a guy. He's interesting in the fact that he was a nice pickup. But it wasn't making a ton of noise now. And then he has the hit the hit on breeze leads the intercession and overtime. If he does what you think he could do how many more millions is this guy gonna make on the open market. If he gets there. This is this is how you make the money. I mean, he had he was the most valuable player on the team and sue being able to move all around. I'm throwing him into this mix too. Like, he smells the hall of fame right now it almost feels like he was killing during the regular season. And now, it's just like Sutan. Well, that was I mean, Greg is so great he along with west built rota world brick by brick sales. Con- you all you told us in the green Runar green room. I wasn't aware of someone asks you one some type of fantasy award like the you called it the best picture of fantasy writing which was what fantasy writer of the year. It was. Yeah. The fantasy. Sports writer of the year. Nice little plastic trophy that's somewhere. So he's a smart guy. And that was a great take obviously Bridget. We'll give me the humble brags. Just keep coming. Let's hear Bridget has to say. Crack is black Greg come to. We have you know, what go to rehab. I mean, if anyone was going to rehab out of this for wouldn't be me. Fatwa. Sure, I don't even know who I mean, that's. That sounds about only slightly just I don't know about that. I also like podcast just took a dark turn at one comment that will they did like some type of behind the music or a football life. Right. That would be when he says it, and then it goes to black and white, and then they show our reactions, and then nothing is ever the same back at the machine. Please be mad at the human programming this, computer. That's silly. All right. Mark out. Just for people. You guys are all obviously listeners of the show last time. We did this Mark very upset with the way the robot manual, you know, what what came out of the robot when she did her computation. So just bring the heat this time. So we don't want that again. I don't want that either. I'm gonna bring the heat right now at some stage in this game. A player will sustain a big enough rip or tear in his jersey to require serious attention by a team Taylor. And or equipment staff. I'm talking to big ass rip. Analyzed that Rosenthal. Team taylor. Wow. I don't know. If there are team Taylor's that you have. Sign says, I have a sessile or so you have that one. I love this guy two thousand and forty seven. All right. Well, I like that always like when the jersey gets ripped it is it's it's masculine and it shows that the game short physical and brutal body parts and the girl Campbell putting his head and dies Ahah Robertson, tearaway rip, but a big noticeable rip. I wonder what the robot lots say about this. The last time we played she called it the whole segment of manufacturer joke as I recall accurately. All right. Look you. Let's hear what happened because there's really no way you can take that any other way. This. Let's see what the robots bridge. Doc that is manufactured joke. Ha ha ha. British accents. But I don't like that one. She's become sentence. He has a sense of humor. Now, she's mocking you. Well, listen. I mean, if you wanna get into how this whole segment is cooked up. We can't. Just go on with it. All right. Here's my prediction. Right. Rob gronkowski. Julian Edelman Edelman for the first five weeks of every calendar year turns into Jerry Rice. So to think that he is now going to get shut down in the Super Bowl your boy, he's going to have a big game. And that what does that mean? Seven for one hundred maybe touch aim higher could be higher. Gronk meanwhile, though, the rope a dope of taking them out of the offense. And all that I think he shows up big in the AFC title game. And you know, the Rams and Wade Phillips are going to say, oh, you know, people are noticing that the patriots have a sneaky like check down boring as hell offense or Radi haircut fleets like seventy nine percent of his passes. The running backs out of that we're going to take that away. So what's going to happen? Gronk who's at two weeks the rest up. He's going to be revitalized. He'll have a big game too. So my prediction is gronk and Ataman go over two hundred and thirty yards and scored two touchdowns combined monster day. I'm very nervous about it. I want to hear what Bridget thinks about this. But you guys are getting killed. So I don't I don't imagine. I'll do well. Plea. She's a robot. Let's hear what she has to say. Work done. You have done it. Again. You are amazing and very cold. Oh. Well, I got it. I win the segment Mark. Mark. I'm gonna find this robot in the offseason take her apart bit by bit. I always feel uncomfortable. When Dan says too, many nice things about the patriots. What alterior motives are going on? Well, you'll be well, my friend. We'll take a second here to hear from a sponsor clean up your remote control clutter in time for the Super Bowl with control center by Kabo, plugging, your streamer Soundsystem cable or satellite, even your game console in control center. Does it all control centers, simplifies your home theater? She can control everything connected to your TV with one easy to use remote with voice control. Don't fumble with different remotes or run out the clock when the messy search results. See what they did? There just say what you wanna watch and control center. 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It's one of the hits. See this guy's talking a lot. And you would think so I always talking a little bit too, much any great ideas. Yes, we're gonna call. This is the game. We're gonna play you just heard it. So that was the warm up the game. We are playing next is cold. Beautiful. All right. Get us going Mark, you're up. I actually know let's start with west. You gotta say Mark for the cleanup hitter on on a category. Like this. What are you got with what's more likely? Two players. Everybody has been doubting for the past month. Not at their physical peaks. Rob gronkowski leads all players in receiving yards. Or Todd Gurley. Leads all players in yards from scrimmage. Now the crowd. While I was gonna say, what's where like, you guys think it's curly. Let's work this out. Let's workshop this everybody a lot of people went broke down and grunk after he does a set up then you drop the what's more likely. And then if you want to decide what it is immediately after that, then you say all right here, we go. There we go. So you said rank has more receiving yards than any player or Todd Gurley has more yards from scrimmage than any player. There we go. Early. Well, don't. Sieg rock. I'm nervous about like. I just said I feel like they are going to employ him. And he's going to have a big game. By my PC scale is about fourteen for any patriots SuperBowl at ten. But I also think it's a really good because I also think girly he's going to bounce back. He's not going to touch the ball five times. I think McVay made it so clear, and he you know, he blamed was that an answer which was the answer there. Oh. Grop bummer. I'm going early. I think McVay all week, you know, you blames himself for everything that goes wrong with the Rams which obviously should not be. But the usage of early in in the NFC title game and the guy who dropped to passes and no, no doubt. But that also was like a reverse unicorn game for early. He's not gonna have that happen again. And I think I think there's a big motivating factor here is to have early right away by the end of the first quarter. We're going to find out that he is there with a lot going on a lot of yardage. You never wanna go reverse unicorn. I don't want to be in that a maneuver. I it's made it up. I don't know. My boy porzingas just got traded from the Knicks. No unicorn talks that. Okay. It's too soon. It's too soon. I think it's got to be girly. I when I look at the Rams they've played zone defense throughout most of this play offs in the second half of the season. But when that's playing into the patriots hand, you would think they'd play a little more man in like who does a keep to leave cover. That's their most physical cover guy. Gronk it's gronk. And to me that's a mismatch in favor of Toledo as much as I love gronk. And I'm just I think rocky off he he wants a one on one match ups against the Cornerbacks in the AFC championship. He'll get his numbers. Are you worried that he can't jump anymore? Yes. That's an issue. Although I did like that he four typical. Yes. Feet. Do not leave the ground. So he gets a nice six for seventy eight. But I taught girly as a better chance to do better. By what you throw it out there. What special teamer is more likely? I messed it up. That's like I I do this everyday got notes here notes watching. Three hundred people right now mulligan, what's likely quarter L Patterson makes it game changing play doesn't have to be on special teams could be as a running back could be as a receiver could be as a returner or Johnny Hecker makes a game changing play either with his foot or is arm or as lurks. Did you just ask if he's going to have a game changing punt said with his legs as he could? In punts. Absolutely. He's like one of the great punters of all time. Well, you know, very well. The second giants patriots Super Bowl was Matt dodge the giants. Putt putt was as big a reason for the giants winning that game is pretty much as Eli. Well, we were calling right now that was for civil we've calling hit on at the end of the second at the first ballot. Check is somewhere right now. Like mumbling how much he loves jump. Johnny hacky. Rod went and wonder what a weapon texting Sean McVay about it. Mark you're up we answered. Stun hackers. The goat. The is giant too. I mean, I think Hecker with his arm may make a game changing play that's part of their offense item with you. You're up Mark. All right. Number one. Hello to my wife Simone. I'm so. Everything. I largely apologized for where are your. Here's a little fun fact Simone I born on the same day and year. And there's really there's a bond that I mean Simone. Think about it marks it times you were almost like twins it away. Yeah. It's it's it's a developing situation. It's concerning. I monitor it heavily. I mean, more best friends. But yeah, okay. It's suddenly the monitored if you want, well, she's my best friend in damn it out that hurt. You're my second best friend high hated here. Okay. Here we go. Do I start by saying what's more likely? It is I'm like. Well from calling FOX call segments been in mothballs for a while. Go ahead write in an attempt at deep psychological warfare. The New England Patriots. Try to run the Phillies special or the LA. Rams. Try to run the Phillies special. Tom Brady tripped ever every time. They've tried to do not throw the ball to Tom Brady. He's like a college freshman after like the fourth beer if you put him in the open field is going down. It's not what I hear about Tom Brady beer-drinking ability. The last time they ran a play very similar to the Phillies special Tom Brady tripped in tour his MC L and basically ruined the next five weeks of the patriots season. How do you even survive? Right, Malcolm, Butler, what a hard life. You have is a patriots five weeks of doubt. My god. The dark ages. Unbelievable. All right. Here's how do we have anybody want to answer the question, and I was Rams. Okay. All right here, we go. What's more likely the patriots appear in two more Super Bowls before Tom Brady's career is over or the jets or Browns when off Super Bowl before? Dan and marks lives are over. Say that again, what was the patriots patriots appearance to more at least two more Super Bowls before Brady's done or the jets or Browns win one Super Bowl before Mark or myself are dead and in the ground worm feed, hopefully fifty years from now I mean, the X factor is there's no way to know when we're going to die. I don't. Yeah. I know so snaky assuming normal life expect, and it's one of the real issue agreement existence. It is it's a lingering mystery. I mean, where is this the human existence podcast handy? All right. Welcome to the human existence by getting I'll let you speak about the jets, Dan. Are you kidding me? The Browns are going to the Super Bowl with Baker Mayfield. And they're and they're not going to lose. They're going to win. And then they're going to win another and then they're gonna win another. And then I'm going to be I don't even need it. After that. I mean, honestly is let me out to sea. That is what Baker Mayfield as done for speak about Mark specifically because you are the only. Browns fan, or the friend of mine that I know associated with the Browns the most it's hard to talk that he he changed the entire outlook for the fans like it gave you swagger like when he said that we're dangerous or I'm dangerous, whatever he said, it was Maher mar came into the office the next day, just like. Marcus far cocky or about the Browns. And I was about the patriots in December. And it worked out. They won seven games. What a victory. I would. Yeah. I'm kind of counting on bigger maybe like. Four. Thank you for asking, the usual. What are you? What are you insinuating? We're we're all the same team here. Get this man out Phillipi. I don't know how he got in here. Like, the answer is Dan and Mark. But unfortunately, it's Baker Mayfield in the Brown. That's fine. That's what I'm saying. I don't care who it is. Oh, no. I just want the Browns or the jets somebody. It's got I've said this for a while. And you guys always roll your eyes that they're going to win. Both of them will win a Super Bowl in your lifetime. I think you're going to live. Happy productive live. He has like a Yoda Simone. We're going to have grandchildren and over a long enough time line, it just it happens. That's what sports. That's what happens in sports vote for modern medicine. All right. There you go. All right. My sec. Well, let's go to win. Okay. Hang is. Hope you're enjoying our live show. 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Let's now up bring up a very important vital part of the around the NFL podcast. We love her. She does amazing work, and she's got sass. And that's what we like about our Erica tamposi. We know our as Ricky Hollywood come on. I thought you were going to bring it in on your talk, Krause or things get all the way up there on you. Gotta have to the way this is why Erica took the job right now to be able to come up on state very excited to have her here and live out her dream is she coming. Yeah. I'm on my way. I mean, this is where we need some of those Browns hecklers just to chime in again. Behind you. Hey. Smoothed out. All right. Well, we're gonna talk about now. And I would like Africa. How are you? By the way, I'm doing okay. Yeah. What's it like working with us over here? Just to get the life. It's really really awesome working for you. Which one is your favorite of the four of us. Myself, but you go. All right. How about the one who got you another job it like you to slide over one chair rig? Whatever you say, Ricky, if you don't mind could you sit there on your stool, right? This is going to be a surprise for you guys three of you market. I we won't have a discussion. Don't we Mark? We do. It's time. Listen a lot of America in the world has patriots exhaustion and soda. We. And what we've decided here is we're not gonna fight it anymore. No. It is time to give up any hope that this stops. We understand now the patriots will be winning or appearing at Super Bowls. What three to ten years ahead from at the low end of the spectrum? So you got us we give up so Erica, Greg west way. We went to offer. What what am I doing on the patriots? Oh, you biased. I'm football agnostic. Hold on one. Second. What are you grabbing? He's got props. Has been carrying that wall. Up and down the hill down the hill for years. So don't tell me you're not in this conversation. So Wes, Greg Erica, we surrender. We read her. That's it. What we're going to do that? We want to offer up the terms of surrender. This is what happens in war fair. Like, y'all. What does that this is like y'all Yalta it's kind of like Yeltsin? I mean, I remember that rapid. I don't know. Right. So we're gonna take turns offering up some terms of surrender. And then you guys can decide whether you accept them that one thing to understand if you do not accept our terms of surrender market. I will quit the podcast and moved to the deep woods Vermont. When by a lot cabin together live together, I didn't script that. I will talk about later that sounds hot. It's so much easier. All right here, we go you guys. Here's the first term. Patriots there. You're not allowed to have any more, quote, unquote, underdog narratives that are used to inflame. I mean, come on. Used to inflame the fan base move merchandise. I see you Eshelman. Talk yourself into a reality that simply does not exist. You are the house in blackjack. You are the evil empire just own it. What do you think? I mean, I remember a lot of people picking against in this podcast. I'll year go ahead. Oh, wait here on that side. I might have to leave patriots fan of you're trying to act like they're actually underdogs. You're not getting out of this west you're into now west Martin Europe term number two for as long as the patriots kick. Butt Ricky Hollywood must comply to a strict uniform code that requires her every night of the week after five pm in all day long on Saturdays and Sundays to exclusively where my little pony themes shirts. Hance hats, socks in workout gear off brand. My little pony garb is forbidden every article of clothing must be genuinely trademarked. My little pony where flush with pinks was and lavender tones, no excuses. Nobody s. I do that already. It's fun. It's not a reach. All right. No more. No more inside sources telling us about epochs statements, Tom makes behind closed doors. This is something that is way on my radar. Yeah. We hear that. It was reported. I'm the baddest mother effort on the planet. I know Tom Brady over twenty years. He didn't say that that was completely made up Brandon spikes, he says the Brandon spikes and other report that came out a couple of weeks ago. You think I played the to go to pro bowls. And that is like all it is at the twenty years. He's not saying these things Babe Ruth into call his shot. It's all legend making no more of that. No more Brady legislating let let the play on the field. Tell the story is that. Okay. I mean, you're telling a story with like the rent that he's paying inside your head that you're thinking about this all day fair enough well for accuracy, accuracy sake. Michael Jordan is a bad on the planet. Brady's number two at the very least this is how you win the crowd or Dominique Wilkins, right guys. Hey, he made it to the Eastern Conference finals once. Five Mark up. All right until the pats totally bite Erica, western Greg. We'll take turns giving Dan shoulder thigh and buttocks massages every day at three twenty eight pm to commemorate New England's comeback win over. I'm sorry. Hey. Win for you. I was rooting for you. And as a as an adjoined her each one of these massage Essenes will air live on Daniel Jeremiah's Instagram stories. I thought you're going gonna say air live on his podcast, which would be an improvement entertainment was. Is HR and the audience cares. Who's daniel? Jeremiah question. This one simple, and I feel like you guys compliant. No more Bon Jovi in Robert Kraft, slugs rebound. He just don't it it. That's it. I would say no more luxury box shots in general. He is Colin Hart craft or at least, I guess is coming hard for Jerry Jones corner on the luxury box cutter ways graphics. Jared is one of the battles to watch right now. Bon Jovi in nineteen eighty seven now cherries just doesn't happen in February for as long as New England is annoyingly awesome. It football all three of you must endure. The following. Every April sixteenth Bill Belichick's birthday. You will each be crammed individually into a cardboard box complete with food water and waste bags. You will then be shipped ground rate. Second class from Los Angeles to Foxborough Dannon, Mark will monitor your progress via UPS USPS tracking technology. Why you got the post office in on this? Oh, yeah. I mean, these are two of my favorite people in the world. If I'm going to be stuck in a box with any you're in a box by yourself. I mean, that's my favorite visual boxes. Ricky, do you know how to play piano? What do you think? I am. I don't know producer. We'll give it a shot pay. Now. She can play a little bit. I know chopsticks I feel like all right? Try it Rikki don't lose that number. Is that our quest to steely, Dan? So I know that's what I'm saying. What exactly? Deeper. What a talented to give it up. Very good. All right here, we go one more one more. I feel like it's going. Well, I feel like they are going. I think we're getting our message out there and it's being met fairly. All right here. We go. No more Scott Zolak until the scientists get find a way to effectively Medicaid him. Definitely no more Bill Belichick zombie chance. No more Tom Brady. Bob taunts. Bill Bartlett bar Ryan Bartlett, maybe got into the open bar before. He's been drinking my wine back. They're gonna be okay. Puts the bar in Bartlett. No more Tom Brady mob taunts were excited. I hope you guys are excited. Oh my God. No more. Let's let them here at all the way down to Atlanta. Still. Still here. I still here. Y'all pay just a Buddhist for an hour. Finally, no more of gymnasts accidentally revealing his man crush for Brady live on air. Takes the snap. Mr cool. Is that a thing? Mr. A thing. Jim I agree in fatty to that term. All right. The eighth and final term that you will agree to. Until the patriots dynasty dies. West must starting this Monday cease writing any an old football content. Instead, he must launch an obsessive WordPress blog focused exclusively on Nancy, drew. Daily deep dives on every single Nancy drew novel impassioned west created fan fiction. Senate around Nancy drew adult struggles with cocaine ecstasy. Adderall star caps mushrooms, Molly Smith and pure strains of Colorado grown hash along with the written content. West will host a weekly three hour long podcast called Nancy's world. We're starting with super fudge. You're in. All right now that we've laid out the terms, Greg. I'll let you speak for the group. Do you accept our terms of surrender? Hell, no. I mean. Remember, Mark sesser having a fist-bump with a gleam in his eye. As Tom Brady finished off a drive against the Seahawks about four years. I don't remember two years ago because he enjoys football in the moment. He'll get you back on Sunday. So that's a no that's a no, I mean, that's great. All right. The segments over. Gotta my saying Greg doesn't speak for me except alternative. West. Agia bucket. Carry that water. I'm done carrying their water. All right. It's time to play go get my lunch. It's one of our miss cames where we make predictions, and what we wanna do is predictions about the game that lead to go. Get my lunch dot org by Nick four-tier. Does an awesome job tracking the standings of where we are their predictions now one each for Super Bowl fifty three. Let's get a going Greg so many options here. Let's go with the simplest one possible that a guy that that Mark Brady apparel. I mean, Mark sesame apparently doesn't shout out to Mark rainy, by the way. He's out there. Confused him with a shadowy league figure doesn't have apparent appear to enjoy watching anymore. Tom brady. Ouch wins the Super Bowl and the. Super Bowl MVP. How many would that be for Tom that would be five? I believe that is an onion hanger. Got to win the game. And he's got a perform you. I mean, he plays. So out of his mind. I like this matchup for the patriots passing game. I think ultimately they're not going to be able to run the ball as much and even though they do get after Brady in this game that he steps it up. All right. Okay. We'll see plays out. I hope you're wrong about decide if we're taking it. Yeah. That's true. Forgot about that. Well, I'm gonna approach us from Greg Rosenthal angle. Mathematically, you've got the field. So forty five active players on each side, drew one out of ninety. But then you had to carry the three in factor in the quarterback. And all time I'm still taking the field. It's the percentage weight. The field is smart play. They say what about you, Mark? I know that you think that I cannot stand Tom Brady, it's quite the opposite. It's just that I root for a different team. But. Well, not really. But I knew that was coming. Rick has got the wine too. I think if they win and he has even a. Good work a relatively successful game. He gets the MVP. I just think there's too. This is all narrative, right? I mean, he's you don't get not give a forty something year old quarterback the MVP gave it to Dion brightest of all time. No doubt. We don't gymnasts. We just talked about it. He called what do you call hot? Boy. Oh, No, MR cool. Yeah. How? It's it's too who I think hands the trophy over he's involved with the hopefully, it's not winning prizes. Clear. Exactly portray sing with poor guy after the year. He had. I mean, give the guy a break. Well, that's a fair point to pick it up from the base. The always know you're picking up from the base. I will I will not take you up on that. Because I think the patriots have a good chance to win and Tom Brady narrative forty one Mr. cool. I can't take you on it. All right. I'll do one Sean McVeigh who by the way. Do you know, he's thirty three. Ju story. Joey's half the age of Bill Bill check, these are all Doug's, and I'm dropping for the first time. Did he played against all right away? Mcvay and Bella check will have a midfield encounter at the end of the game. That will be a big story after the game and into the next week. And I'll tell you why it's not just something. I'm rooting for because it'd be fun. I think there's something to Bella check who is hyper competitive, he loves being known as the goat coach and all this hype that Sean McVay has been getting over the last two years. What better stage could Bill bell Jack ask for than to knock the young prince off the throne then to completely destroy him or potentially attempt to embarrass him on the stage of the Super Bowl. I remember in fight club when Ed Norton like pounded pulverized Jared lido's face. Georgia Cadillac space and said, I like why did you do that Saigo? Boy, I just wanted to destroy something beautiful. I think that's where a bell checks had is that this game. And I think what could happen here. That's where your head's at. No, don't go near show. And I think that leads to potential issues at midfield. I mean, I get I get some sort of wish casting vibe with this one. Number one McVay would never do that to Belichick. So it has to go from the other way, Bella chick towards McVay that would be the more likely because he's done it before with Bill. We haven't seen it in a while b but he is it's documented that sometimes he gets a little cranky. He could be a sore loser. And on this stage against the kid when he loses US Super bowl. He looks like a cadaver that has had all the blood drained like I really feel bad. I'm a patriot. I love Bill Bill check more than he's high the rest of the time so bad for him in that scenario. I'll take you up on it. You will. Okay. Bella chick does live in a hollowed out volcano in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. That's absolutely true. Go put the odds are against you on this one. I'm taking it. I think like like the way you've been reading the patriots for years. You've got this totally wrong. Bill Belichick has so much smoke. I mean. Saved graduate decline for for a few MVP's, they build Bella check has more respect for Sean McVay. I think than just about any coach in the league. And that's why it will be so disgraceful. And I think Bill belt showed last year hand handled the loss. Well, and if they win he's going to be in a great mood, and I think be as complementary as humanly possible to Sean McVay like someone that he sees. I think kind of carrying on a another guy from a football family who he loves essentially. So you're taking it takes somebody's not buying it. I'm not buying it. That's an unin- hanger, by the way that you want to read though, I mean, they don't the sandwich tastes the same. Whether it's an onion hanger. You're up. A touchdown will be scored by the defense or special teams. This is like a whole desert people prop that got a little excited. This is right in his house. Yeah, I'm trying. So no more specifics. Just any special teamer or defensive player. Exactly. A non offense. Touchdown. Yeah. I'll take that. I mean with you. I'll take it to I could feel Kyle van noy maybe on one of those quarries where the punt where they don't know who's coming through. And he pops it free and John Simon runs into the end zone for a page where the football park guests at talks about special teams with such enthusiasm. It's incredible. I mean, it says it separates us, Mark. I'll shake you. Because I know no matter what my prop it is. It will be talked down shredded and not accept it. And I think I think Tom Brady could get picked off. I mean, you're you got Wade Phillips who sorta. Who confused them quite a bit in two thousand fifteen with the Broncos by changing up his coverages? And I did notice this week. Wade Phillips notice that Bill belks check said that he hasn't changed his defense in thirty years in he made a little sly comment the other day. That's like, hey, I'm just a simple guy. I haven't changed my defense in thirty years. And I just thought oh, no. He is sending the house at Brady and either to leave or Marcus Peters who are as good as anyone maybe pick them off and goes to the house Peters. Do I like by the way shout out the Dave damage Shak who reached out to Wade Phillips and had dress up like his dad bum getting off the plane come to Super Bowl week? That was a nice moment. Nazli done by check and bum Phillips. If you haven't read about them one of the great characters and then fill history where can you read about them? One comes the plug NFL dot com slash love. Your blue Chris Leslie dental. Is a great piece in west is a gifted writer finally marked they've taken that off the website. Okay. Super bowl. Fifty three will float along at a pedestrian pace. Everything will go just as planned until in a moment of total weirdness. A foreign object tumbles down from the ceiling of the Mercedes Benz stadium and onto the field like pink. No. I know last podcast. It's thanks off. There might hear my bills fan in the off alot. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not predicting what the object will be. But it will not be a human. So that that's good. Yes. But maybe one of those bags of confetti typically stored for the winning team like Welsh comes on done like early in the game. And it just rains down on the field. Maybe a stadium worker. One of those ones that are way high up drops his Reuben sandwich. Maybe a dead per a dead bird tumbles down to the turf shouldn't be flying inside of a dome to begin with since fault. I'm not sure what the object will be. But something will fall on the field. Dow or the game raps, and let me say this Marc because what happens with these controversial props you make they're not gonna just enough wiggle room. Where no matter. What happens you make a case that you're right? So let me I want. Let's cover all our bases here. Negative civic. I mean, if like something falls out of a referee's pocket, or if someone drops a from it's from the roof of the stadium. Like, we're talking to falls lake be significant enough that the broadcast mentioned it absolutely all going to be. Now, we need more structure. I'm not saying that. Oh, no one saw a small objects fall from the ceiling. No one solid. But I'm going to argue that it happened. It's going to create a Twitter storm and a wave of mysterious comments and people would fall from above from from Ohio up. What is the minimum? What I wrote was because we always have to go back and read these things of foreign object telling me down from the ceiling of the Mercedes Benz stadium. I mean from the ceiling area, I'm talking like one of the highest ledges up there. What is your access level under credential? Can you get up there? No comment. I'm onto you sessile tracking this closely. I. You will. Okay. I got here to take you on it. I will take you and make you actually buy the sandwich this time, please. Because this is too ridiculous. Let's make it a sweep. All right. We're coming up near the end now. So this game prediction time. Let's let's set up the stakes as you guys listeners of the pod. No. It'd be really weird. If you weren't a listener to the podcast, and you were here. But if that is this your first show, I hope you like it, but we do out to the bearded guy. Their hope. Why is it? All right, fine. When you start listening. Yeah. It's like CeCe. Plus, you might be placed. All right. We pick a lock every week we one through seventeen and then through the postseason and entering Super Bowl Sunday. Greg nine eliminated. It just wasn't our year. They'll be deal. What are you gonna do? I got a trophy from last year but more back right now. Yeah. Mark and Wes west your one game behind Mark. So there will be a lock now you could both lock into the same game. And then it's over Markelle the champion the undisputed champ. Let's see how it all plays out by since you have the lead. It's only fair you get to make the choice. I we would never have a scenario where I take west out tonight. We're not gonna have that. This is going to go down to the final game. I admire your sportsmanship. I really even right to the second and not sure who to pick. I I've gone back and forth. But Mark thing ever. I am going to this little FEC marks mood for the rest of the week. There's a lot of pressure not to arc right now. But on all of us what I walk out as those what I'm talking about. There is like a week ago or so he led us into his mind where he mentioned he's like, you know, western I we've just been thinking about this lock thing hour after hour the last week and a half. And I'm thinking, I don't think west has. I cannot do anything worse than tied for the lead. So there is a little bit of an element up. She's but you are right. I have made life hard for you all and for my significant other based on many things. I'm going to pick. Because I think this also aligns you with your future significant other. I'm going to pick the New England Patriots. Let's get a score the score. Thirty eight to thirty four. Shootout. That's what they call it in the industry. West you now have the option the floor is open. You can accept locked feet, which hypothetically you could. Because you're you're open that you don't really care and you love carrying the water up and down the hill. So it's it seems like might be a little bit of a quandary for you right now. Well, people don't really remember this. But the Rams were the better team all year. Absolutely. It's not until the last two weeks that people thought the patriots were better the Rams of the better more talented team. I stand with the Paramore. Thirty twenty seven and. Well done. And what what you did last week Laki against the Rams with with the saints. I worried that there would be no wedding to go to no doubt in may that was a risky move. But it's show that you're a man of principle that was your pick. Then but you're pick. Now puts us in a lock off with a title on the line the way it should be about hubbub. I I will tell you this. I you know, I don't want the patriots the win. But after everything seems to be surging for New England found to have some integrity. Well, let's see. Everything seems to be there peaking the patriots at the right time which annoys me because they did feel like this was the end. But then what we saw in the divisional playoffs against the chargers. My goodness. I was scary. They carried it on the go to our ahead. And now they've got the confidence and what's weird about this? Patriots team is that there's what pressure is there for the patriots alternately. Yes. You want to win the Super Bowl. But I mean at Tom Brady wins the Super Bowl and wins the MVP he's already to go. If he loses. It's like, well, there's no shame and losing to the Rams and you've been to nine Super Bowls. So there's no heat on him this dangerous ever hurts though. Well, you could say that. But the way I look at it is no pressure at all a lock up the patriots for a second straight week. But then I then I thought about something. Back. It wasn't something. I thought I was at my home last week. And I am not kidding. When I say, this you think is a manufacturer job is Mark calls it. I had a vision a straight up legit vision of ramp. Yes of Rams left. Tackle Andrew Whitworth walking across the Mercedes Benz stadium with his children in each arm. I am not kidding with the confetti coming down. And he is a champion. This was a real vision. I had because of that I walk up the Rams. Nevertheless, the vision. Can you picture? I even have the children. He's got four kids. Twin Sarah, drew, Michael and Katherine I'll go the twins, Sarah and drew in each arm walking across the confetti strewn field and twins and with an twins. It's weird when their kids. Okay. That's. I thought this guy out of here he picked us in the AFC championship game. I'd all right here. We go. I think the story of rob gronkowski is one of football's great stories the great greatest tight end of all time. A man child who changed what is possible at the position. Have you watched Seth develop? Physical. Great hands. Have you seen calm down by coming until this season? And this season has been tough to watch. If you love gronk, and you believe in gronk, it's like watching a superhero who suddenly doesn't have any powers until the playoffs. And then he starts playing a little better in the first game. And then he comes out a little bit in the second game. And I look at him. And I look at a guy who knows he's one game away from the end from retirement. He's feeling free. His body is giving up on him. But he has a chance to be great one more time in rise from the ashes from what's been a terrible season. He's not the only person that's had a terrible season. There's a little man by the name of Dr rainmaker. No. Oh, who's who's had it tough this year made a lot of wrong picks and lost a lot of people their home, not to mention your client, their children's college. And unfortunately, that, you know, the people the people that were with and they can't be here tonight because they're in jail, or they're they really don't have friends any more. Honey, we can't get Richard braces trust at the rainmaker but much like rob gronkowski. You gotta save your best for the playoffs. You gotta push all your chips in the table for the Super Bowl. And in the city of Atlanta, you best you're gotta make it rain down on. In the Ray Baker back. I mean, come on. You can go double or nothing for the whole of I wanted to dress dollar bills on this entire the. But it wasn't going to happen with this Saturday league. They both hold NFL gambling thing. This might be the last time, it's the doctor rainmaker. So it is retiring with a win on Sunday thirty one to twenty one. Thirty four thirty one. All right there we go. This is exciting. Yes. And it's been so exciting being with you guys. This is an amazing experience for us. So before we go as I said at the top of the show, we'll take some questions for the audience. If you have any do we I didn't even think that we have a microphone Ricky. Yeah. We didn't do great. All right. Who's up? I I can't see it. Here we go right up in front gentleman. Hey, man. What's your name? My name's Johnny knives. Just leave. Good inc. So we've we've had a lot of talk in the pod and the last week about over and under on drinks. You guys are going to be having. And I see you guys you're drinking straight Tito's right now in the water bottle. Of course, got that relics. Where are we at? I wanna know individual counts all throughout okay. That's a fair question and is Greg hinted at earlier, why don't we start the low end of the scale. I'm not a drinking, man. I'm just gonna leave it at that. He doesn't he listen focus on three judges us. I feel like it's been judgment. There's no it's been pretty under control. They're actually making us do a lot of work now here, which is really gets in the way of having fun. But Tito's he's always my friend is the one person I can trust in this world. So we're probably about I don't know ten twelve deep. It's disappointing west. It had been talked about that you were potentially going to have one hundred drinks where do we come down? My biggest takeaway of Super Bowl week is that I'm not gonna come close to one hundred drinks here. He's. Shirt. The other night is young. That's what west was walkie around the bar in our hotel. The big red stain on his shirt. And I said I said Wes don't tell me what to do. That's why I. What about you? Mark you've been having fun. Well, I mean, I would argue that compared to pass Super Bowls the count is far lower because we these early call times last two nights help though they helped quite a bit only been here for nights. Yeah. Well, I don't know the number, but I hope to go past fifty by the end of tonight, and we want the fun thing is if anybody wants to hang out and get a drink. Please join us, let's have fun together. Who else got a question, we go one over here from Johnny, Johnny? So my favorite segment is your the GM, and what is been you're I guess all the favorite role to play GM or come. I mean, my memory only lasts like three days maximum this memory like Dave Gettleman. I think was was a fun guy at one point. Yeah. Was good. He really nailed the accent. On gettleman. You got in character for me. It's an O'Brien. Are this one's for? Which we could play the Los it version of the song. But just imagine in your head right now. It's beautiful. Yeah. I love playing Elway because he's just larger than life. And it seems like any conversation with John Elway. He's just like him yelling at you. Either about a player or about one of his used car. Lots are just imagine that. I believe I coined the sugar bear nickname for Reggie McKenzie. Tonight's job with that. Yes. So that would be my favorite. There you go. I really enjoyed playing the role of Sashi Brown. But then he was sent very far away. Larry's son. I don't think he's even identifiable on Google searches. And I am pretty good at Google searching people. You guys wanna hear assessor bar story. I know where you're going. Yes. This is a San Francisco Super Bowl, please leave the room for three minutes earmuffs and Connor or who is champion purchased a bunch of drinks for us while we were finishing up the Super Bowl podcasts. We came back and Mark put on a show yelling in front of all the sports writers in San Francisco, just randomly every three minutes so shape Brown. Well, my expectations were met. But what else we got? All right. So my my question is a two-parter number one. I've I've been watching Greg throughout this entire thing. And I've been noticing his thousand yard stare and. Yeah. He seemed to be owning. And I've just been wondering is devotion to the JR veep podcast. I've been wondering do you ever wonder where his allegiances lie? Otherwise was back on the acid. Don't try to make trouble. Dan, definitely doesn't like this question. Listen to answer the question, stinky Davis. Just thinking Davis tendencies and a thousand yard stare. You would get used to if you just got to know me, that's kind of my general function. Like, Dan, Dan was talking about a number of things we discussed the parents as a group on the way over here, which I had completely zoned out for. I'm just kind of in my own mind thinking about things, and I would never worry about allegiances when it comes to JR VP that is about to get cancelled shortly based on our our last episode. I mean, all I do is change the name one more time to JR p because the vanity is. So definitely implied. Who else got a question Marcus over here? One for you. Hey, guys. How're you doing? On a scale one the ten New Orleans being one let's say name is a ten how is it Lanta ranked as a Super Bowl city so far? Well, I would say that one of the most important things and we've been to a bunch Dow humble back. We're very lucky that we've been the NFL send us a lot. And one of the big things you want is excessive -bility, you don't wanna be getting on a bus and traveling hours to get to the stadium or to the media night or to the hotel where the teams are Atlanta. They do it right solid infrastructure. Everything's close for structure. So we'd love that. And people. Yes. So the infrastructure this tremendous, but the people that's better than a patriots cheer people also are super friendly, which we've been talking about everyone. Whether it's people hotel people in the street, very cool. So it's been great. And I can't wait to find out. What it Lanta has to offer? There was one Super Bowl. There was Once West I've not gonna even say the city we were stationed like one hundred forty minutes outside of the main part of town, and what mile of rubble on every corner it felt like oswald's Minsk Russia, and we were concerned for our own safety during that Super Bowl. It's three hours and forty five minutes from the Mercedes Benz dome to hukou on Taibbi island. So land is my favorite Super Bowl city. I'm heading there. Monday. Forget the charter flight back Elliott, it shorter edgy Brock's. And so that metality couple more. During Mark's sandwich props we get a lot of Pokka lip scenarios. Yeah. What looked scenario? Do you think should be the name of Delaware's comeback album? Now. Those of you who do not know, including new guy. Are you doing buddy? Yes. Greg in high school had a it was kind of like a Neo funk off acid rock band. Cog. So an accurate. He was the lead singer and keyboardist. Just kind of little maracas over the lead. The lead the lead singer. I did have died black hair down to here. The ladies thing about it. We know from your Annie Lennox cover that you can sing. True. You go. Is there any way we have on our show reached out to your band members? We've been trying to track down a copy of Delaware's debut album and still the only album, we will get it one day. Will there ever be could there ever be a second Delaware album being cockroach there was a couple of there was how do you wanna cook? Of course. Lassic? Strawberry rhubarb was the label. It is Mike bird in the house here. He was a Delaware. Mike get him back in the mix. He's the one. Two more questions to more like not of us answered the question in the back of question. Hey, hey, I was just wondering what team were you excited about before the season? And then after the season, you're just kind of disappointed besides the jets. What about you? I hate to say it picked the Broncos like three times. It's a temper thought they're going to be fun to watch. And then I bailed on him by the time. I told started. Yeah. Case keenum just didn't have it. My answers your falcons. I mean, I pick them to win. I picked them the make the Super Bowl. I give me a break. It's like oh, God two or three injuries. Like look at the eagles. Last year was the most injured team in the league. And they won the Super Bowl. I thought the falcons we're going to be so fun so fast on defense. I I do love the people down here. It's been as friendly the foods amazing. And this team should have been much better than it was. I mean, I also picked the falcons to win the Super Bowl. And I still like the team a lot. I think this was a blip on the radar in some ways. But I'm going to pick the ravens because whenever the ravens do anything more than go two and fourteen. I am obsesed on many. And I'll just say, I don't remember really the framing of question. But are we all happy that the saints aren't here at forty thousand? That's how you would've crow. Last question last question way, back Mr. Rosenthal. My question for you is of the two podcasts you're part of. How's it feel knowing that your producers more talented than you are? Ooh. I I'm fine with that very very much about. About a lot of money. I'm eric. You know, I'm fine with that. I got to the level of boss by recognizing people that were more talented around me like Chris Wesseling and bringing them to the NFL. May. Just kind of the trip. Good answer, Greg as always very good with people. Shut this town. Can I give a shout out? Please do Simone Cecil and the paramour Lakisha Jackson. Right. Every stand up right over here near me are the rocks. And I wanna thank all of you who supported me through cancer. It really meant a lot. And it really drove me through it. Thank you. So true. You guys are amazing, and you are always been so mazing. And when we set this date to do our first live show in the states or little Novus about whether we would be able to pack the join out. But here you are. And it just tells us we want to do more of this. So thank you so much for joining us and. Go falcons. Go ribs and go anybody, but the patriot. All right. Cowboys lies literally anyone like you. All all, right. This is Dan had the signing up or quiet storm the mailman the old boss Ricky Hollywood behind the glass. All.

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Michael Murphy, Golf in the Kingdom

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Michael Murphy, Golf in the Kingdom

"Hello folks this is Shaun sock. We've got no dylan to chair joining us this week on the job sewed but we do have Allen ship ship neck interviewed Michael Murphy. You may know that name but if you don't stir Murphy is the author of Golf in the Kingdom. Undoubtedly one of the most popular Gulf books of all time. This interview was done after. Mr Murphy got an up close and personal look inside the ropes with Tiger Woods this past year at Pebble Beach. I promise you will enjoy it so without any further ado here is Allen Ship Nook and Michael Murphy. This is Alan ship. I am delighted to be joined by Michael Murphy author of Golf in the Kingdom still going strong eighty nine Michael. Thank you for doing this well. It's a pleasure. You have such a unique place in the game Euro Golfing Kindo as in your early forties. I'M NOT GONNA say it was a Lark but it was a you're not you're not a Gulf writer. You're not a novelist it just emerged from you in ever. Since you've been this Oracle you've been this grand old man of letters in the game you you tell shape how think about it. So are you still tickled that all these years later people are still finding this novel enjoying it? Well I I love it. I could say channel that because it was not only the first book I wrote the First Book I never tried to ride and I started it as I was turning forty and it was published in one thousand nine hundred ninety two forty seven years ago so when I was forty one so here we are now forty eight years later and it has. His Life Taught Me. I could ride so that in itself was an enormous pleasure and a big force to shape by subsequent life. I never thought of myself as a writer. My brother Was the designated writer in our family might and he had been a successful novelist and my grandfather had delivered John. Steinbeck and Salinas or you and I were both born and You know rules can get us. Signed the kids growing up and I was supposed to be a doctor and Than the more for me Thought I'd be a psychiatrist. And then got to Stanford and found myself in class on comparative religions of that led me to the philosophy and the way of life that shaped me ever since when I was nineteen and twenty but never along the way there was thought. Start writing books so anyway. When I sat down to write this book really did come in a flood. And it's Been living in me ever since I've written eight books now but that one If it were to be one of my children Children it would be among my books. It was my first child by far the most successful and I would say influential. Books are mysterious things. I like to say sometimes. Ufo's identified writing objects you W os or you are os. Son identified reading objects that can open worlds to people. And that's what's actually happened with this book with golf in the Kingdom one of the things about our shared hometown of Salinas which is just a dusty little farming community in the Central Valley known to John. Steinbeck doesn't have that much else to recommend it. It's not that far from pebble. Beach Golf links which figures prominently in my life story and and was important part of Gulf education. So tell us about your early days of playing pebble with with your brother and of course guys would haunt the Cosby Klanbake back. When he was really a big deal with Hogan snead Nelson and Bing crosby's the star in the world so is important from Stamford but it starts with your golf education before that while. That's right I mean we've had very fortunate childhoods you and I and my brother and Yes we would there be there at the crosby so I get to follow Ben Hogan around and watched him up close and personal before and after his accident. Which was in I guess January of Nineteen forty-nine so he missed that whole year in the hospital but he used to partner with Bing crosby and that was fun and Johnny Weissmuller who was the Great Olympic champion of became Tarzan. And the movies anyway. It was those great events and of course plane pebble which to this day remains by far my favorite course and it has to be. I mean there's of course in the world I think more beautiful than pebble. There are others that when you look at them would be beautiful. But to match the incredible range of moods it gets into with the shifting light the shifting fog the filaments of fog that cut across the fairways and all but anyway quyen pebble seen Some of the players in particular Hogan up close definitely was an influence on on golfing. The King wrote about it will hoge himself makes a handful of cameos in the text. Including what was it? The moved you so much about him well his magnetism on the course then he won eight out of eleven majors. He played over that period from forty eight to fifty through fifty three and he After the accident he paid just eighteen tournaments through fifty-three thickening one ten of them. He won virtually every major so he was the top of the game. He was to golf then way. Tiger Woods has been also the quality of his presence and when he would crack this out Just by the second hole at pebble for those who have been developed. Now it's then built up but there was a big field of practice in the pros as well as the onlookers. Got To sit down and watch him. Maybe there'd be hundred. Fifty people big big arena there watching him practice and it was a sight to behold because he had an immense repertoire of shots to fade to draw low high and the silence and that meant a huge impression on me and. I'm sure that as I sat down to write though I didn't plot the book or shape the book deliberately around him that influence. I'm sure was like an acorn growing into this conscious. Us of what the game could be as a kind of If you WANNA call it Yogi you can call it contemporary. You can call Chamonix even exercise golf itself is what in the eastern martial arts. Would you could call a Kata which is a series of movements. That trigger it is said are esoteric anatomy that is the complete person we are both in the flesh and in our soul are in the consciousness itself and golf swing. You could argue is an unnatural. Act It's not like running or throwing which are species learn to do and could do To survive. But you don't take a tee up a ball and hit it at the on charging tiger you know as a member of the tribe so it's an acquired skill that requires the most gypsum concentration and commitment to play it. Well and for this reason he and other reasons it evokes corresponding states of mind which can be interfered with with strong emotions whether rage or grief or sorrow which can produce by this fiendish challenge to get this small ball into this tiny hole and to go after four five hours over the course of four miles. You know. It's on the face of an absurdity. A why are we doing this? And that can occur to while playing. Why am I doing this but you do it? And you have these incredible pleasures and experiences and then as I've discovered through Responding to the book experience you have to call super-normal Mr Cool or cold. In other words the game can do that and It helps to be in a beautiful place like Pebble Beach. The you bring to this conversation. Just leaps off the page. I mean that's I think why the book is in bird because as you say it's this pursuit of ours is is maddening. It makes no sense but we do it anyway. And we were able to put a voice to having a correspondent. Brad faxon about the book and he said what I love about it is it made it okay to to speak of these things and you gave us in vocabulary to this experience at the golfers of had. But I you can get those tools so you matriculate to Stanford and as a fellow Salinas Person. I know it's not the most open minded place to Nag towns little conservative. But you have sort of a life altering experience stafford and what exactly happened well. I was so inspired by this professor. Frederic Spiegelberg he them a born and raised in Germany and Taught was teaching Stanford Comparative Religions so I got exposed to eastern philosophy and meditation contemplation than and particularly the world view of Indian philosopher. A named Sheera window who had been educated in England very elite education. His family had instructed his patrons in England never to let him speak any Indian language so he wanted to English but he was a philosopher and writer kind of a renaissance figure and developed a worldview. That's been the most basic influence on me. There are many influences of prompted me to do what I've done and of course the mystery is. Why chose this story? I could have gotten so many other directions but I consider myself very lucky. A Norman Mailer. The writer argued that every aspiring writer is given one free one by God and that was my free one and it was the first one and it in turn golf in the kingdom has shown me that this birth of new capacities is much more common than most people realize because immediately upon publication people started letting me know about their mystical experiences called experiences on golf courses. I wrote the book on some inspiration but I if you had asked me then that people would be having experiences you know immediately lawyer. New York wrote to me and was just couldn't get over this book. It helped him understand that. How on this particular occasion he'd been standing on the T. of four hundred yard and there were no players between him and his forces have been the green said he could see clear. A ball marker the size of a dime on this whole quarter of a mile away. Two of his playing partner couldn't even see the green. I got it was there. So he wondered. Is this the sort of thing you're talking about or a woman rights to me right away and says the yearbook helped me in? Because not long ago I was playing the eighteenth hole of at my Country Club as the sun was setting and when we got to the green the sun had set but it was still shining through the green and I felt that maybe this was some after glow on my is some retinal shock or something but when they went into the clubhouse who shining through the walls and it shown like that for three days and I was in an exaltation and thank you for writing the book because I found author who bite understand this experience so when you then I started getting these things. It pushed me in the direction of seeing the genius of sport to elicit this experience but not reported by sportswriters very often. You know there've been a few writers who have glimpsed this John Updike. He recognized this and Bernard Darwin. You know the great writer grandson. Charles Darwin he read the links of either down one of his short stories. I mean he certainly could see it. The mystery of golf by Arnold Hall Taint. So there's been a vein of golf writing that shows this power of the game not only to enchant but to reveal these capacities so that in turn has led me into other sports. And so I've been out to meet with coaches and players of ever since about what you would call the inner game of Sport and that Inter has led me to appreciate how prevalent it is in everyday life but not commonly discussed and recognized until recently. Thank you God for giving me go for the Kingdom as my first book. Well it wasn't it wasn't just a gift. It was also discovery because to police this in the context of your personal time line so in this this quest the search that began at Stanford lead you in your in your mid twenties to go to India to study but along the way you pay little pissed off in Saint Andrews and this is an important part of the tail. You you play a little golf and you had. You had quite an experience there. So and right in the mid fifties in right nine hundred fifty six Aso Let. Let's just go ahead and dispel one thing. There's there's been a lot of conjecture about burning Bush. Which is the venue in golf in the Kingdom and people crave tried to save mauled after their golf. Course but if there's there's a lot of little clues in the tech that's pretty clearly the old course that's right and okay now. The writing of the book itself took the Canny. I mean for example. When I was writing the book you know to me. The profound types that philosophers have dwelt on starting going back to Plato in the West and great thinkers in the East In the common life it occurred to me that I'm golf. You always end up where you started. You have to go back to the first tee every round. So it's around it's around it brings you back but it's also a journey so. I started calling it the journey round around now. This has huge implications in metaphysical thinking. I mean we could talk about that for hours. So it occurred to me that Bernie Bush which yes was availed description of Saint Andrews. The old course must've been built another grave. I had no idea that it had been on the eighteenth green at Saint on the old course at one time had dinner graveyard. I had I swear to God there. It was not a sub-conscious central occurred to me. Just making that connection so about that. Michael is when it's in the book as well when you reach into the whole and you're you're you're you're putting your arm into the earth and you know it's a graveyard there at Saint Andrews who knows what might agree on the way back so I there's something just throw a line in the book about how when you're groping Selena. One of the courses cut the holes to deepen that feeling of of just plunging deeper and deeper or that. That's really stuck with me. So the fact that is on top of graveyard adds a whole other dimension to writing itself like golf like many activities becomes without your nine at a tremendous practice a Yoga Shabani exercise without knowing it. This is the you could call the mysticism of everyday life so in writing the book and so these things started to happen. Not For example Krill. A Clint Eastwood did go to jail. Did write his name on the wall there whether he remembers it or not because he wanted to make a movie of golf in the Kingdom and he entertain the notion making a trail and one reason is is that they have three par there. That is a mirror image of a whole I described in golf in the kingdom. I never I had never heard of the Craiova off bars. But this is a a three-part goes up to a tiny summit and then it falls off on one side on a cliff and down under the cliff lives this teacher of Sheva sirens protagonists. Who lives in a cave down there when he's not revenge where he lives and he's a kind of a another mysterious figure But there is cray all has autograph and there is this. So how did that happen? How did I come to that? So there are a number of these things in writing the bull that tune in to a big sometime. Which I'm still trying to understand. How would I have put these things together? And it comes understanding out of my studies of a lifetime and the witness of countless millions. Perhaps thousand certainly of sages and seers are subliminal. Mind our unconscious mind. But I- has enormous reach and gives us a leading per-voyage once and when we focus on something of great concern to us or of interest or compulsion enables us to see things and do things that are parents never told us about our that. Our our ministers never told us about or that our professors don't know about we go beyond ourselves and we go about beyond the common understanding of human capacity and human Potential so in writing that book it was I was it. It was a kind of ecstasy writing it. I mean first of all that I could write. I'd never tried to write a book. It just came I more or less channeled and never seriously edited. It didn't need budgeting in so beautifully written so roses so graceful part of the pleasure is every page. Is it shows your your education and your request is because it's just packed with historical references and eastern thinkers and poets. And it's really a pleasure to read but when you talk about this a little mind. The book didn't come out until fifteen years. After your journey to Scotland and in the interim you did co found escellent and for the listeners. Who aren't familiar with Esselin. Is this incredible piece of property on the cliffs of Big Sur. There's natural hot springs which has always been drawn to people and a it offers workshops and you can take on almost any topic of of self-improvement and expanding. Your mind is really a very special place that that's an important part of big. Sur in the whole Northern California community of of of thinkers and seekers. But so that that that's all part of it right. So in in the sixties estimate became this magnet for people from all over the world who were trying to be. I think that the term in the book is like astronauts in her mind. And so as you're thrown into contact with all these creative people and all of this non traditional thinking how do you think that eventually spurred the writing process for you or you know it'd be hard to really specify which people may have influenced which but was the whole climate of opinion and Discovery That Ashland catalyzed. We became a great gathering place for this human potential movement the California counter culture so those ideas are all embedded in the book. So it's better that I wrote it when I was forty then if I tried it when I was twenty. Five more were stored up. I understood more and saw more although the I would argue that the most fundamental contour so the world view that underlies Calvin candidate was there from the beginning for me from that class at Stanford I mean from our Bando and all the other influences William James I can. They many inferences. But that worldview the foundational aspects that this is what life is about pressing to go beyond it. So this is what gave birth to the religions but the privilege of being in that first class was like Spielberg's phrase the religion of no religion or William James who said when these revelations happen often they they're embedded in the particular believes of the community that catalyzed. So if you were Christian it's going to have a Christian coloration if his if you're Jewish it's going to have a Jewish metaphysics if you're Islamic. You'RE GONNA be this or if you're Hindu or Buddhist but that the modern quest this is how modern thinkers thumb is how to win freedom from what William James called the over believes that often accompany revelation and that To press forward you've got to have an imagination and have a framework that can match the power and the reach of this emerging super nature. Let's call it that now. In Golf factor golf of that people would be having these experiences on golf courses. Strike some people in the early hours is an utter absurdity. I mean that a person playing around golf would go into these. Ecstasy's this woman who are the classic. The Sun was shining through the Earth. Itself that the walls over clubhouse became gossamer through which the light of God was shining. The this would be language Rooney. Or you know computer or Saint John of the Cross. I mean on from a golf round of golf. I mean give me a break I mean people say how could this be? Well it is. You cannot escape this larger life that wants to emergence and golf has a particular genius to bring this out and you know. I have compared it to other sports and I've gotten into thinking what which sports bring which superpowers out. You know what I mean. Golf brings up. You could probably argue. It brings the widest array of super-normal experiences of any sport. I could If I was in a fun jousting match. I'll take golf. You take any other sport and I can show you that your sport is not going to bring out this or that you see what I mean of. Growth has a particular genius for this and up. Virtually all sports can do it but all walks of life. I'm particularly interested right now in People paying city orchestras. You start to talk to them again like these great athletes I mean. They had experiences with no one told them that. No one gave them the context or the language and then they wow. Do you know this. I said I'm just guessing but you you've been playing the top violin there in the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. And you must've when you played with the Bernstein that time or I continue in the stories. I mean somebody's GonNa write a story out of that world that will be about unlike golf. The Kingdom was sport. So it's it's Pervasive in human nature that we find ways to do beautiful things that trigger this array of consciousness expanding experiences. It got this wonderful reception from certain You would have to say thought leaders say live. John Updike you know you say golf is the sport in which the the walls between us and the supernatural rub thinnest and he gave it a very favorable review in the New Yorker and the seventy two and then Herbert Orne wind who leading off writer in the New Yorker and very friendly but then on the other hand. Oh my God you could hear the Bronx cheers. I mean this guy think he is. I mean for example I I was soon asked to speak to a thousand golf pros in the Superdome in New Orleans after Roger Clemens and Reggie Jackson Who Somehow talking to this thing golfers wealth so they when they introduced me the phone. Introduce me I I think a lot of thought I might speaking Gaelic for a so there. They were taking notes hooking. They're these thousand golfers. Add some of them. Propose at all week should get murphy to run some of our teaching seminars for teaching pros so there were two of these in the wake of this presentation and that Melinda controversy and we weren't us back after the first to one of the leaders said we We couldn't a lot of thought. We should just handout peyote instead and then have used say if you find afterwards. That was enough for them. So now we're talking back in the seventies but subsequently you know it's emerged more and more but it's still there's resistance and we could. We could talk a lot about. Where does that resistance come from? I'm I'm consistently surprised at people I would have thought would resist it. like Ledbetter the you know the one of the you know reading teachers of golf technique him in the wide world. I would have thought he would have a hard time with this but he I saw him film saying You know there are two sides to the game was the game that I teach. And then there's a game that's represented by golf in the Kingdom for floored me have your him saying that. I've learned Along the way from top athletes almost immediately after the book was published two said they had learned. They gotta be very careful talking about this stuff in front of big Bruce Sports Writers. Because you'll get a lot of ridicule but the contradiction built into that. We know that the mental side of sports is so important and especially in golf. Where it's it's not a reaction sport. The ball's not coming quickly. It's just sitting there mocking you and so it's all about what happens on internally and had the resistance of the book man that's a good line by the way the ball sitting there mocking. I'd never heard that that's a good one. It is it is a you know it's interesting certain patterns have emerged about these revelations that people said to me one of them is In putting even down to the short in fact is the punt gets shorter this fiendish thing occurs a when you look at the whole it will get you one guy said. At every time he got that his putts to certain shortly he saw a wolf some towed sitting on the hill on the whole. Another one told me that when this when he tightened up this way he could see Richard Nixon winking at him from the whole. I mean it's because when you compress we we tighten up for a train pro to miss some of these little foot long putts. You have to what it's that psychic physical. It has nothing to do with their body. It has to do their own. Exactly exactly no A. It is a supremely mental game. Golf is once I on the Buddy. We were classmates. Samper were really bad boys. We sat in back to the eighteenth hole at the Stanford Golf Course. It's a big hassle. Of course they're laughing at the goal foursomes is. They came up to suffering. We're we were being very bad. How people in this gorgeous place playing this game came off. Kersee some of them throwing their clubs almost on the edge of tears I mean. How do we do this to ourselves because it can so we bring ourselves? It's the game you know I wrote this. GonNa King becomes an x ray of the soul. I mean if you play around evolved many people said this forever you Bob Hogan said four or five holes. You know a lot about that person you know and we bring ourselves psych psychedelics. You know it is said that with LSD. You become yourself times yourself around a golf get psychedelic you become yourself. So if you're angry person you can had furious out there and a common thing is people start to blame God for their bad shots. You know I saw my brother. One day he was maybe fourteen. I was sixteen. Give God the finger because for causing that China was furious and of course readers of Gulbuddin. Keeble remember that the protagonist does the same thing the third green of burning Bush. That's right he murphy Michael Murphy he got he leaves the birds either. So you you stop playing now for the most part but it the game is still inside of you. I had the great pleasure of taking a Michael out to the. Us Open because he said he'd always wanted Tiger Woods play in person and we sneak them inside the ropes. And we did that this year at Pebble Beach and I remember you telling me afterwards. Brought back some some physical sensations since some things were awakened inside of you. Tell me about that. Yeah well you know. We remember all of us with our whole body. We don't remember I mean this is straight modern physiology with something With our brain we and again this is where medicine is slow pushing out into this perception of this larger consciousness we inhabit. I personally don't believe it's even limited to our body when people talk about seeing or feeling auras around the body in the martial arts in Kee Chee whatever and in the great contemporary traditions in the Judeo Christian World. It is the spiritual senses tune into things that we don't see through our ordinary senses. Okay the same with memory when we see. Let's say a somebody we've been extremely fond of and we haven't seen them for a while and we see them again. It will bring all sorts of feelings that we shared back. When so that had when thanks to you I got to walk around in these of feelings. I remember not. Puerto was being on that goal of course with such concentration. I mean people get very invested in Tiger Woods. There's no doubt about it. I mean he commands a Hogan got to that is more than just interest. It's a psychic connection. It's a it's more than just a feeling. I believe it is in this realm of what the great traditions contemporary traditions. Talk about these auras. These enter we were still looking for the right language so actually I felt that a few times and I am I do. I must confess that I am not likely to watch golf broadcasts on TV. He's in contention. Then I then I watch and then. I am psychically rooting for him. But that they took me out there every time I got into that space it was more intense than it is when I watch Television and it was extremely physical somatic feeling of this. It's not enough to call this mirror. Imagination the imagination is involved. It's a feeling so it was That was not just a visual journey that you took me on but it was a very much a long. I mean a three hour set of altered states. I was in tiger country and more than that. I was in Tiger Pebble beach country. Whoa that's a good place to be really. I mean for me for me. That's like I'll take that any day the over going into the further reaches of Tibet. I mean on hey go to pebble when tiger plane I choose that every time overcoming Matt Ever Stephen. That's of tiger is a great run in golf. But it's going to come to an end you're eighty nine. You're still you're still here in an a protean. You're so you were telling me before we start telling us that you've been fiddling around with the with some pros about a Could be a Chivas. Iron Short story may be assured book for the listeners. Out there who consumed everything typed this plane. You'll give us little tease. That might look like well. I have maybe a hundred pages up. I'm more or less random reflections on Chiba science. You know what when you get into a novel. Many novels have described this pretty soon. Those figures in your mind or real. They're talking to you. You're just taking dictation. And that did happen to me in writing the book but it is endured and so many people have talked to me about these experiences that it is like a a braided tapestry in I consciousness that it is triggered and it keeps coming up in that I wrote the sequel and there are passages in there that I couldn't have written. Nineteen seventy two. I learn things and Of what she was in chambers up to in these things I've been writing. You could say if you WANNA put it in a more down to earth terms that. I'm speculating. More broadly but if you in rightfully terms I'm letting these phenomena speak to me so as transactional. I mean I'm okay. Somebody say well at. You're making that up. It's just the for. I'm saying no my experience is that I'm perhaps seen something but finally what does it evoke and other people want to tell you? I know what you're talking about. I haven't pushed that edge of the envelope in the first two books. A son It's they're embedded in golf in the kingdom. It's out of the closet a little more in the Kingdom of Shiva Zaire's but in these fragments. I've been writing. It gets out even more so I'm going further with the world of she was hiring in shameless moved up. I think I speak for all golf fans when I say we're looking forward to reading it. My well thank you. I. I'll have to think about hard. You sort of like George are Martin waiting for the last book. Game of thrones and you're GONNA have to deliver you put out into the universe you know how powerful that is a delightful challenge. Well I think you probably talk for another three or four hours but this seems like a good place to take a break so I don't think this is the end of our conversation. I think this is possibly the beginning because I. I hope you're right. Yeah I hope you're right. Well my I'm I'm game. I know you are a thank you for taking the time to do. Very much have enjoyed this tremendous and the listeners. Now have a better feel for one of the most truly unique people in the game of golf. And thank you for listening. I would implore you if you haven't to re Gulf in the Kingdom and also the kingdom. She was irons are both so charming and to hear Michael. Talk here Gives you a little taste of it but I think in the books? It's actually a little more accessible because you have these tour guides whether it's the protagonist or whether whether it's himself so anyway. Zelin ship sign-off another podcast. Thanks for listening. And we'll do it again. All righty major. Thanks to both those gentlemen for blessing the drop zone with a great conversation this week next week. I hope to up the ante. I sat down with Robert Trent Jones Junior. The golf course architect for about forty minutes. It is nonstop. Golf course architecture nursery. It is intense stuff. Actually the guy kind of walked ran golf course architecture circles around me. We talk about his background his ethos his designing of Chambers Bay etc. Be on the lookout for that one see that.

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The Herd-HOUR-3-Joe Burrow, Chris Simms, Jason McIntyre

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Thanks for listening to the heard podcast, be sure to catch US live every weekday from twelve to three eastern nine to noon. Pacific on Fox Sports Radio NFS one find your local station for the hurt at Fox sports radio DOT COM or stream it live every day on the iheartradio APP by searching heard. You're listening to Fox sports radio. Lows do it yourself projects go lows dot com never been home more than now can't go to all the places you usually do check it out lows, dot com Chris Simms. A NFL analysts played in the NFL eight years Bucks Titans broncos is joining us. From an undisclosed location and estate is an estate I used to live in. So I was talking to Eric Mangini last hour and I said I can't even imagine being Joe Borough I get no TA. I get no preseason. I'm in the brutal division. Go Back Chris to your rookie year. You get drafted second or third route I think can you imagine not having a preseason and playing week one? No I can't I really can't because just as a rookie in the. NFL. I was in an offense that was may be more complicated than others in John. GRUDEN's that's pretty famous for his verbiage and things like that. But it was such world when as is for me and I had a normal off-season with a team that had just come off winning the superbowl to where you know it just was so much to digest the new place to live man a new offense, a new language, new teammates everything like that I can't imagine being in their shoes especially initiator this type of situation just getting to know guys on your team. Just, get into to throw to receivers and feel their body language and things like that for the first time. I it's it's going to be an unbelievable feat for a guy like Joe. Who are expected the C. start right away. We'll see where to of goes but I'll say this about these two Colin. I these two. From at least they have, they haven't advantage where they came from to pro style programs may Joe Burrow he learned from Joe Brady who learned from Sean Payton and job raise up there with the Carolina Panthers it's an offense coordinator. So at least he knows what offenses system and offense a football's all about and Zach, Taylor the head coach of the bangles he comes from that west coast system was Sean McVeigh. A lot of that verbiage is very similar to that Sean Payton System too. So that'll be an easier transition for him to. He's been coach like a pro as you know as well but he doesn't get the benefit of being in that same system he was in college. Now there's always been a saying you can't learn anything sitting on the sidelines but when you're your rookie year, how much can you learn if you're too for seven or eight weeks? I mean what? What do you pick up on the sidelines that a fan wouldn't understand? Well I think the big thing is, is you just get the use of the speed of the game you get to see how the other guy approaches the you know the game on a weekly basis play by play you start to get into the nuances of you know the coach telling you hey when I call this play on second and seven, you know this is what I'm thinking. So he gets the slowly learn all that stuff and understand how to manage a game and situations and the type of throws that are necessary. A certain play that hills file away in the back of his brain. As he watches Ryan Fitzpatrick and everything like that. Now, I am from the Campu- I've always in favor of putting the guy out to play I. Am I am one of those guys it's a little different this year. So I, understand it but a quarterback is one of those things column that always say it's about the hardest position in all of sports the practice you know yeah it's great to go out there and practice, but it's you know you're not gonNA get. Hit. There's no play clock there's no crowd noise all those things. So I always found the best preparation was to get out there get into live bullets have people wanting to rip my head off have the fans telling me I stink and me and yelling at me that was ultimately the best reps you could get to get better and that's what would be my. You know two cents as far as any coach trying to start a young quarterback you know you're in. The beast of the belly New York. New. York giants have Joe Judge no experience. I think it's really tough to ask a young Daniel Jones rookie head coach Jason Garrett Hey no preseason go I really think this could work but I think it's brutal it. That's why I'm not going to be really judgmental on Joe Borough this year really not judgmental on Joe. Judge. It's just different. Let's look at them at Thanksgiving and see if they're making progress and if they are good, you know Joe Judge got some heat. He's making coaches run. He's making players run like high school and everybody's banging on him. You're back there in New York area. How is it playing? How is the JOE judge playing making coaches and players Grin laps? It's not bad here I think people are a little worried that you know all the teen could revolt a little bit just a degree because you know Joe Judge is a guy who has a coach in the NFL and hasn't won ballgames Bill Belichick and get away with doing that. But Joe, judge you have done that or have enough success to stand on to be able to sell that to the players but he shouldn't have to you know one he should be while the place I came from Yeah. We've only dominated football for the last twenty years in football and it does work but. He can't come off as evil dictator, right like every time you do something wrong. I'm the mean guy screw off and you guys go run. You know there's a certain balance of that and I think Joe Judge I worked with them in New England you know I know him a little bit. He's got a great way to communicate and people skills and knows how to relay players I mean you can Kinda tell these clips you're showing on the show right now that he knows how to get around Bill Belichick is a little bit more of a player shut coach than people realize. So. This is the New England way and I think he's trying to show everybody like, Hey, some of these mistakes that have gone on during practice the last four or five years here. In New York they're just not acceptable and if you guys WanNa be consistent winners and in the Pie off, then we're all going to be held accountable coaches quarterbacks whatever I mean I saw bill belichick make Tom Brady and the center run after a quarterback center. So that just tells you where it comes from and it tells you the logic behind all of you played for the bucks. You still have sources and buddies down there. I'm fascinated I've told joy this before it's become nobody wants to look bad in the media. So everybody's like they'll be okay and I'm like. I'm like my only concern with them field goal kicking special teams in Tampa have seemingly been bad forever Chris I. Look at their personnel. I look at Todd Bowles either go that Defense I. Think. Now we're underselling Tampa I. Think there are a real team here. What are you hearing? What do you think? Yeah, well, I think that and I hear that too dangerous I mean you you know you're right just that face you know face value looking at the roster on paper it's phenomenal but I have two questions I expect Brady and the offense, the explosive and fun to watch. They have a front seven. That is very good there. There's no doubt about it with the pass rushers on the edge to good middle linebackers. Mine to questions are this you know pass protection and especially for a guy like Tom Brady who knows that the most mobile and I think offense a lyman are disadvantage with no preseason football and then just having to go into the first week against crazy NFL defense a lineman who are just going to be raring to go I don't think you can emulate some of that intensity through you know pre season scrimmages against your own team I. Don't think that's going to be easy to emulate so I do worry about that and their offense align as you know a question mark and then you said it, I, Love Todd Bowles a lot of things about the defense, but the secondary does scare. Me It's young and people do you got to remember it was the worst past defense and football last year so I just got to see those two things before I start though it wo- Watch out for the bucks they're like I got a star next to them as won't watch out for the bucks and I think it's going to be really good i. just like to see a little bit. You know more evidence there those areas before I start going while they have a chance to be in the NFC championship game or the final four in the NFC or something like that this year you have players friends still in the League Chris Simms joining us co host Pro Football Talk Live The bubble stuff works obviously that's not a question. A UFC went and got an island. It works NFL is going to be kind of semi bobble ish. When. You Talk to players is it business as usual or any bothered by where they standing on Covid nineteen? The most of the players I mean, all the players I talked to they WANNA play football. There's respect for Kobe nineteen I don't think there's great fear of Covid nineteen and of course said, this is a demographic of guys of football players who basically we think we're invincible owner, our twenties, and of course, we are young and helping individuals have the advantage to have that mind frame there. But. I think the one thing I've gotten from coaches and players how impressed they were the protocols early on and the one thing I continue to hear from coaches is how the locker rooms policing itself. That's what I'd continue to hear where the veteran players are. You know holding everybody accountable hey, don't do this. Don't screw it up for the whole team. Don't be going to the bar tonight because you don't have bed check tonight or whatever that may be. So I think with the protocols in place the coaches who you know hey, the NFL is more dictator than democracy right in the way its run the coach is. Banging, banging the drum every day about be careful. Don't mess this up and then the players themselves realizing there's some financial. Rewards here if you can continue to play and play every week and get those paychecks that I think everybody is very optimistic about the way things are going in the NFL and feel very confident that everything's go as planned and we're GONNA get offset seventeen games in the playoffs or sixteen games of the playoffs NBC Sports Chris Say Hi to Your Dad could see anybody have a nice weekend you demand call goodbye undisclosed location we did not give it away. You know he's kind of in a region out there in the northeast, but we are not. We're not here to give away those locations very private. He's got a cool place. The goal was the top strip club in Atlanta in the nineteen nineties a twentieth century ball for the rich and famous with patients like Dennis Rodman Michael Jordan Madonna King of Sweden. People all over the country everybody came took gold club and it was the spot to go the goal club's owners. Steve. Kaplan was able to make almost four times. The amount of other strip clubs with three hundred, fifty dollars, bottles of dom, Perignon, private rooms, and the sexiest entertainment. In the south, I would chain up a girl and dragged through the club drag across the stage. It was kind of an SM and the guys loved it. But in two thousand, one is a prostitution extortion credit card fraud racketeering and an affiliation with the mobs like a festering cancer. The of are going to allow it to to grow and prosper. You're going to have a problem going forward. I'm journalist Christina Lee and I'll be taking you behind the scenes of the gold club scandal. From the booty and bubbly to the deceit and courtroom drama. The first episode of Racquet drops August Twenty six listen to racket in side the goal club on Iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. Hey guys it's bobby bones host the bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours. Later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Wish alive. We tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he. Possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about. Also your favorite country artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too. So wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven, W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates takes you on the iheartradio APP. Joy. Taylor the news. Turn on the news this is the third line news. Well, there are a lot of changes in Dallas but Mike McCarthy cats more as his offensive coordinator for the cowboys and he's also leading more Keith e play calling duties. This season Oh McCarthy said, he'll miss calling plays. He thinks is the best decision for the team. PRESS WITH Moore's been doing so far and he thinks this will give him more time to focus on other areas of the team. Yes. What was your takeaway on Kellen more last year? I mean, he's a little pass happy and but he was really good. It's just odd that you hire an offensive coach to come in and fix things and then you don't let him call the plays wasn't wasn't killing Moore's knock that. Once the season got going, he showed his hand on virtually everything and it became a fairly predictable passing offense. It was predictably pass like they. They fell into patterns for so he thought he was being deceptive, but you knew exactly what he was going like it'd be third long and they will run it because they're not expecting it but they were or second in short. Oh, they're not expecting pass I think we're going to run. So we passed it was predictable I. Just don't understand why did you bring in McCarthy to fix the offense then but do you think maybe it's just for this year could be to keep some continuity and Great relationship with Dak because he was DAX backup when he first became the. Day Meshed together, really was McCarthy's San Lists Dax got a new coach. I don't want to screw up both of them and there's a lot going on right now there's obviously an adjusted off season shorter camps. Everyone's kind of up against it see already bringing in me a new individual, maybe just keep the play calling the way it was last year and keep it simple for the offense like why add another layer to you know complicate this season I'm I I'm okay with it I think. As point he was good last year a little predictable by you want to overcomplicate things in a year where everybody is. A lot of changes and adjustments Dan correct. So Philip Rivers threw twenty interceptions last season, which is tied for the second most he's thrown in a season, but that's not discouraging him from taking risks on the field. No. Keep doing that he just wants to be smarter about it. I certainly. Feel confident. In throwing the ball tight windows certainly has to get away from me in the past it really just last year more than anything. So but I don't want that to turn me into someone that scared to make a play because I don't think he can play that way. So I think there's a, there's a fine line between aggressive and. And stupid ever so fine. Well, the main aggressive instincts. If you go look at his career I, don't have the numbers in front of me, I generally when he's had decent protection. He's been a little more efficient last year. We didn't have the protection, and by the way, the chargers went out and got an all pro guard trae, Turner, and then they address their tackle position. So. Last year protection was a problem when you when you're not athletic and mobile and the protections bad. Your picks gone, I like Philip Rivers, I. Think he he's he's an interesting individual in that. He's known for talking trash deep. Total. Free, and I I like all that I am just extremely skeptical of this. I'm not acceptable as a of the Tampa Bay move. But I'm I'm very skeptical of this situation I love trash talking from quarterback. Generally? No, but you can. Listen if you could dish it you just gotta be able to take it. Hat on backwards quarterback I don't like trash talk quarterback. I think certain individuals can get away with it I. Think Philip Rivers can get away with it because he's consistent with it and he's not afraid like like I said like you got to be able to take it. You can't be out. You're talking trash than get sensitive awhile he's doubling wwl sensitive. Guy. Not. So for the first time, two, thousand, fourteen, Steph curry will not be playing in the NBA finals. But when he asked who he thinks will make it all the way to the end this year he would not name those last two teams but he said I hate giving predictions especially in this scenario where anybody could get upset I'm prepared for anything as a quote Unquote S- Fan. Right, let's get the first round. But if if Milwaukee and the Lakers get knocked off Bennett, just a all my God if if Milwaukee and the Lakers get knocked off. I don't know I think it might think it might change how we look at this championship I don't know if that's fair but. But you imagined that would happen if we weren't in the bubble listen I've watched Toronto, play two of their playoff games and I'm I'm not I sat there and watched Van Bleed and say. And I'm like. They're significantly better than last year Toronto. It's Ri- it's weird to meet Toronto matches up with Milwaukee Boston. Toronto is a great team. No I listen to Always that they're always consistent, they're always fundamental and have to rising stars and a great coach and a bench and veteran tiles onto who predicted that Tronto was GonNa win the championship Russia no one except for anyone live Toronto, but me right so I love Toronto but it's not really surprising withdrawn doing. I don't think he's the blazers or the mavs are going to win but I do think that look at the situation differently if there is a major upset like that I don't think that's fair because right now I think. This is a situation. We'll say it's just a fluke year saying I. Don't think that's fair but we probably will by default do that I. Don't I don't know that that's going to happen I. Think Everything's GonNa. End Up being. Protected it. Long Playoffs. Joy With News. Well. That's the news and thanks for stopping by third. Line. At the other place I did a rant on hat on backwards I. Don't like guys that were the hat on backwards and Steve spurrier legendary Steve Furrier went to on a press conference. One time mentioned my name. This is a true story and he said I listened to that Colin cowherd. I agree with him on that and all I'm a quarterback to where hat on backwards eater I wanNA grown up coward as he call me and it spurrier I love him and so I'm not a hat on backwards guy every guy I've never known that whereas all the time goofball and I want my franchise got to be a grown-up I had about. Six months ago, six nine months ago it right before Kovic whenever that were flooded right back from the Super Bowl I. Kid come up to me and Manhattan beach hat on backwards and he wanted to be a sportscaster and was looking for advice guess what I told him. Hand forward can take you serious I don't wear hats often. But when I do I, wear them for function not necessarily fashion but I would be hat on backwards probably told him. So Gernot Habits. Your opinion I mean what? About Ken Griffey junior the tortuously hat on backwards guys one of the greatest one exception in the history of backwards hats one. So you're going to submit to see now I mean there's exceptions to everything I mean, there are people that fall off a cliff in live I can't. There's an exception to everything but most hat on backwards guys. Don't get it. Don't think told that Supports Castro said you should never go up to an American media icon asked for advice hat on backwards. Turn it right around I said now you're a winner. Just. A FRAT boy before now you're a winner you're running things you have control your allies. There's this what what is the philosophy It's just like it's guys that wear them or just frat boys and by the way. That is great when you're nineteen and you're drinking Milwaukee's best when you walk into a room a players, you want it forward and then everybody else send me a picture Tom Brady with its Tom is over ninety nine percent of the Tom Tom is front facing brady hat with his brand. You can see his brand notice Tom ever since he developed his brand, you can see the brand if guys that have. I ran, they wear their by. The senior froggy drinking all May. Not. For me. I don't think there's an equivalent for women backwards had oh. Yes. There is there is is is there something a women does and you immediately like like like somebody in your field and they immediately come up and you're like can't take him seriously Not Really, I'm not a very judgmental person. Yeah, every second of the day plus younger joy was. You know I'm an old lady now. So make more calculated. Than Merrill Twenty. Goulet. When you're a producer, is there anything a producer can do ask you I want to be a producer and you're like what it is chain smoker remember that we work with a chain smoker I do smoke don't wear shorts to work drives me nuts, God I don't care if no one can see. You don't wear shorts. Adult, which is why I always talk about training camp because I would agree with you Goulet but training camp was the exception. Well Florida the hundred and humid outside fine. And I even questioned it. Then it makes it I wear shorts. Every every fat boyle semi a picture of a superstar hat on backwards it's like. Yeah Tom's done it a few times. Watch Tom now when Tom's at. After a super bowl big time press conference, it's not working backward maybe at practice cleaning the garage Tom's at the press conference and it's a meaningful press gopher about how you present yourself. You're allowed you WANNA be a FRAT boy or player be mobile. Kennedy go. Jason McIntyre Tomorrow's headlines Today. Be sure to catch live of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific on Fox sports radio affects one and the iheartradio APP. So we got this election coming up, but with pandemic and a revolution happening at the same time. Choosing more than candidates. which choose and what kind of society we want to live in which us in we WANNA be together I'm baritone Thursday. I used to work for the onion wrote a bestselling book called how to be black gave a big Ted talk about racism and I think we can do better at this. I. Think I can do better at this. I'm tired of feeling like a stranger in my own country. So of course. I made a podcast. If you WANNA. Feel hopeful after show instead of depressed if you want to do something besides screaming into your pillow. If you WANNA reclaim your power. Listen to how to citizen with Baritone. Coming August twenty seven to the iheartradio. APP. Apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts. Have you ever wondered if will Sarah Likes to wear his I voted sticker Paul even where it into the next day just a mass with people who are what makes Stephanie rules so passionate about voting it's super important. It's about what kind of country what kind of world do you WanNa live in I? I'm holly fry an I'm hosting a new podcast called why I'm voting you'll hear from Chelsea handler. So my dad loves to talk about voting and talk about politics nonstop and then I realized my father had never participated in any election. And Jason Petty also known as propaganda that's how democracy failed. You know that's how a system failed. Is everyone assuming somebody else and other really interesting guests, join me and all these amazing voters on why I'm voting a new podcast from iheartradio available on the iheartradio APP at Apple podcasts or wherever it is. You listen. Tomorrow? For. The, first time. smackdown come to you live from the Thunderdome, the WWE's. Arena that brings back virtual fans and takes the visual experience to the next level. It's an all new Friday night smackdown tomorrow at eight eastern seven central on Fox all Jason McIntyre tomorrow's headlines Today shockingly accurate. They appear to be weird crazy predictions, but he is joining us now and I gotta ask Jay. Mac. D Wear your hat on front or back. There's always by the way the first loser on twitter runs out here's a picture of Russell Wilson with hat on backwards every pro athletes got one picture of their backwards. But the big press conference, you wear your your your hat, show the brand what are you wear? Yes. Well my advanced age. Now, Colin I'll wear the hat forward when we play tennis forward had of guy. In my youth when I thought, I was cool. In New, York. City trying to pick up girls. Yeah. I would rock the hat backwards. It was a look when I was twenty three but. Not now unfortunately. Job All right. Here we go. Took tomorrow's headlines Today, Philadelphia Down to over the Celtics what's the headline for the seventy sixers going into game three? It's looking bleak for the seventy sixers Know Ben Simmons Joel Embiid. Needs help. The headline will be you badly bead of a win. Desperate, Colin, we are talking like this is Defcon one for the seventy sixers. I just don't know how it works. I speculated on my podcast straight fire I. Know you are warning listener that maybe embiid is the guy you trade this summer we tossed out a couple of team the Washington Wizards maybe the New York Knicks but I just don't see how you can build around embiid with Simmons, the Roster's Clunky right you've got Al Horford like when you need him. For Tobias Harris Got Max contract, and they let Jimmy Butler walk. Meanwhile Jimmy Butler is about to take joys. Miami Heat to the next round I just the seventy sixers or poorly constructed poorly coached and I. Think you've gotTa Trait Trade Joel Embiid by the way the Celtics and clippers took the sixers for a ride. They overpaid for Horford and Tobias Harris the good organizations were bad organisation tomorrow's headlines Today Lebron what the headline for the Lakers tonight and game against Portland. I was a little concerned that the Lakers you know we're going to lose that game getting into the fourth quarter because I had predicted a sweep on this show. A lot of your fans came after me, the headline will be hit a shot David on. This gracious. The Lakers starting back court. I think they were four of twenty-one Shooting and listen I'm not the guy who's going to blame the role players. Anthony Davis. He may have scored twenty eight, but he was pretty terrible to for fifteen outside the restricted area. He I mean, it was like I don't know nobody on the Lakers could make a shot they shut fifteen percent on three pointers, but the good news is. That's not gonNA happen again Portland Twenty-seventh in the league defense out it's a maker mislead the Lakers will be fine and don't try to blame Lebron guys come on twenty, three, seventeen and fifteen. He was pretty darn good. He did miss those free throws, but the Lakers will be fine if they can hit a shot tomorrow's headline today, mavs tied it up with the clippers. What's the headline going to be before game three? Wow this is the shocker of all shockers. The headline will be clippers. Bet a Luca. Luca Danni Man Colin Okay I I did the Dan Patrick Show with Doug Gottlieb. Today we talked about this. I would sooner build my team right now around Luca Danni. Then Jaanus you know the clippers are built to stop. Luca. Right they got all Georgia. To the best wings in the League, they have no chance against Luca. He's putting them in a blender on every play. He's making Seth Curry look like a star Trey Burke Tim Hardaway. It is crazy and Colin just let this marinate for a second. Okay. After the first quarter of game one, right Lucas debut porzingas his debut in the playoffs the. Either beaten the clippers or out play or played them to a standstill in every quarter. Yeah. This is a lot closer than I thought. The clippers last night. Are you ready sixteen assists fifteen turnovers? It's a lot of ice Oh basketball. It's one on one stuff that doesn't play well I think the chemistry issues a real you better Luca out doc rivers. Okay. Headlines Tomorrow's headlines today new. England's got a bunch of quarterbacks in Arsenal. What's the headline going to be with this quarterback battle? Well. You love to talk about hat backwards guy that's Cam Newton. For sure. He's Mr Cool. The headline will be Cav new. Classic. You know that ripped from the movie Cam. Newton is GonNa win the starting job? It was fun. Remember we talked about them for a little while maybe being the Guy, but when Cam Newton Watson in that locker room okay. Is a big strapping six-foot-five dude with an MVP joe he's GonNa win the job. Now you were early on this I'll give you credit a rare good job by calling this patriots team is pretty back. Okay. They're going to be missing four starters on defense who opted out a covert, the offensive skill position players. They're worse than the bills. Yeah. They're like right there with the New York jets. I mean, seriously, it is pretty ugly what they bring to the table. So Cam I, know you want the job and you WANNA make a big new contract be careful what you wish for because that team is not built for success this year. Yeah I mean actually they need cams playmaking ability they don't have any playmakers like they need canvas start. He's one of the few guys that can make stuff happen he he will have to be really good for them to have a winning record. Okay. Finally Tomorrow's headlines Today what's the headline for the bucks as they try to come back from game one loss to the Orlando Magic Boy Take it to meet the bucks the best team in the regular season laid an egg but the headline will be the bucks don't stop here. Let's not go overboard. Okay. The clippers are in trouble the Lakers could be in trouble. The bucks are not in trouble. We can all agree your boy Chris, Middleton I know you love to beat him up like a Pinata Colin he was pretty terrible in game. One was this is what he does the play offs, right? I. Mean Middleton just not a big time player and let's be realistic. You're for second books were number one in the regular season in defense in the bubble eight game, they fell back to eight that at twenty two and they just gave up one, hundred, twenty, two points to Orlando you tell me is this trending in the right direction just remember Janas in the off season is up for that supermax. Alright. If this bucks thing doesn't get together soon, we could be looking at some more fun in the NBA off season. Do you have a hat with your right now and a see what it looks like forward? You know unfortunately, I'm not wearing pants so I can't get up. I do have a hat somewhere in this how about this or call it? This is my new hat. I like that. Well, that's fully backwards. I can't even tell what? We're right behind you. There's a sixers right behind. I'm really embarrassed to stand up I do have under on. So, story. Okay look that Slota. I mean I wouldn't even mainland I wouldn't let. Wouldn't let an intern walk into the studio were now look at you. You'RE A fan you're little sharper this. This is a brand new hat to six or sent to me. 'cause I'm a loyal fan. Go. Ben Simmons go where continued. To, Ben Simmons. ORLANDO. Cracking up my. Underwear. Embarrassing Colin. See you buddy. All right. Take it easy guys hat on four. 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I'll tell you about the lifelock certain behaviors make you more vulnerable to identity theft like using the same password for every count over sharing personal information as well on social media. It's important understand how cybercrime and identity theft are affecting our lives every day you put your information out there you put your info at risk. It's so convenient to buy and sign up for things and do all your transactions over the Internet. But that means you're vulnerable and that's why I need some. Insurance like lifelock lifelock detects a wide range of identity threats like your social security number for sale on the dark web. If they detect your information, they'll send you an alert lock, Right Matt. No. One can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses but you can't find out if your information is on the dark web, get your free dark web scan at lifelock dot com slash scan pick the plan that's right for you and save up to twenty five percent off your first year with Promo Code Atom that's a free scanning lifelock dot com slash scan and twenty five percent off with Promo Code Adam. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction. Medicine. Specialist Dr Drew Pinski. You're listening to. The Atom and Dr Drew Show get it on. In. His addictions. All right. So we're talking to Matt. The portioned punish your final layer. He had a little exchange with a representative from the Apple Phone Company. I guess he had issue with his phone. On Sunday morning Monday morning he had issue and so I guess he called up the service REP or couldn't call up but he had to contact a representation a representative and try to figure it out. So worst feeling in the world waking up on Monday to my phone, just not coming on basically this apple logo that's all there is normally I would just take to an apple store but because of all the quarantines, right all the apple stores closed. So the only way to do it to get any help us to do a chat so we'll put. Up The chat here right now it starts with can you chat from your phone or you have to use your wife the laptop basically to the office? All right. So this person starts it off with high there. Your Friendly Appalachian I. Hope you're doing fantastic today and thank you for the contact. Are you able to explain the issue that you're having today? I then explained, yes. Very simple. My phone will not turn on past the apple screen I tried to reset it. It's still not pass the initial icon. This is their response I'm super bummed to hear that has happened and I promise. We will do our best to crack this mystery together like the Scooby Gang. Omar. I wanted to throw my fucking lab against wall. That was crazy. That is insane. They have no idea who I am. Do Favor I. Know if you want to experiment right now go back and chat again if you don't get exactly the same response, you know what I mean I bet it's just some sort of robotic whatever. But the fact that they think I don't care where it's actually a personal robot that that's an adequate response is insane. Well I. I've been warning everybody that. Subarus or made with LE. Galvanized steel anymore you know there there's an. Infanta. Everyone. We're talking to everyone is if their kids? Yes there fee this is normal luck. If you are a mega company like apple. Nothing is by mistake. Everything has been sort of vetted. Oh sure. You know what? I'm saying with purpose yeah. With purpose the reason we're talking to everyone like they're nine years old now is because they're nine years old when their forty one. And and it doesn't me about musical long. Yes it doesn't mean. That Mark Eras isn't gonNA call in or communicate with apple and. And feel insulted. But Apple's making a decision how many mark era gases, Arthur versus how many thirty five year olds with fucking man bonds bracelets fucking think like assholes. are used to this shit. I fucking. I. You know Gary I don't know if we have a screen shot of of you know I entered the. I don't know the million meter club or something on my rowing machine and it was the same thing. I got an email from the hydro thing was like you're super awesome. Not I mean. Just talking about how great I was, why is it that they can get this fucking self-esteem movement drew do you understand what's going on with? Wow, loves the you would think that people would get those emails and be pissed and insulted you would I would matt. Sort of what but. Now we're dealing with the fucking new world order around here. This is not it's not good. But by the way, this is this is spreading into the government. We have a mayor. That's all good vibes. There is no substance. There's no substance I don't know what the plan is other than good vibes. Yeah. You know name when when these felons when these formerly incarcerated people's served their time, we owe them our gratitude. Is that a policy We owe. Fallon's gratitude wasn't. was that a jobs. program. What is that? Omar gratitude. I I. No we don't beyond they. They stole property or they put their hands on somebody or they did something that asses that society deemed worth incarceration. Why do we Omar gratitude? Reminds me of the love boat episode with a little kid is stolen away and that's service time. Hi, my name is Louis Me. I need to see my mom. We're. we're going to put up your hydro email. I'll read it to you one million meters your extraordinary. As. ING tastic marvelous and beyond beyond marvelous fantastic sterner. So I'm extraordinary amazing I. Wish Yawned you're beyond sandwiches, share this information with the people I live with. It would be news to all of them. I'm extraordinary. I'm amazing. I'm fantastic I'm marvelous and beyond somebody created this for an adult to read. Yeah. Do you think that with the advent of? This is going to get worse. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA. Take US down deeper hole. Or could pull us out a I is only figuring out what people want and giving it to I. Know what takes us further down the whole as wanting this to? Look if a I figured out that people like swayed and Jerky they'd be going we're sending you out a vest a Suede. Ville. But jerky, you know that that's what they do go. This is what people want data people want to be treated like fucking nine year I can't believe it's hard for me to believe that. I really have trouble accepting it I it's like it's so offensive to me. That I have trouble believing that that's something that there are people that respond positively to that. That's fucked up I am we'll because you and I. Realize that it's It's nothing. It's worse than that. It's kind of. Insulting. They expect me to respond to this like as though you know anything about me. It's also difficult. One of those things where. It's like when somebody addresses I could remember just hearing people at. School like addressing a full auditorium of people you know and you go. You're all here today because you're all special and you all have something to contribute and you're all number one. So just reach up and take out your right hand pat yourself on. Let's just fucking get to it. I'm looking at half these fucking dopes I go to junior high with the fuck Canadians. Teachers are losers, I'm nothing nobody's anything. Stop It. Let's get on with whatever the information part is about feeling. Good. I don't know show me while while loves the I carries been tempting me but this is a this thing. This thing's a decade old now and the chickens have come home to roost self esteem movement. Not a good thing. It's not. You want people feel good about themselves based on nothing. That's a recipe for fucking disaster people. You don't want your fucking kid feeling that way you don't want your fucking airline pilot feeling that way either you don't want anyone feeling good about themselves when they haven't done anything that merits it. Two thousand nine and over decade. Mr. Cool. Fancy Dan. You only have to give yourself a chance and you'll see you are the cool. To Talk A. Certain. Way Spa. We should be yourself every day and everyone will know you're the cool. Cool is easy and fun you. Want yourself number one and you'll be alive. It's like this this song flies in its own face. Do. You know what I'm saying yes, like. You'd have to do anything and you're the best number one, the best bars everyone will realise. Yeah. Well. Everyone's GonNa realize you're the coolest. fucking your catatonic. You do nothing. You guys remember that person that did nothing junior high ever. Mary you go that guides the coolest. Also Let's just extrapolate your math while that is your real name. Everyone will know everyone sa- coolest hence everyone is the coolest. So there's Nothing was the graduating class in the junior high is. Four hundred twenty one kids every single one of them's the coolest. Yeah. It's a matter with you and then when there's a job, each number one aright. So then they get a job and the job goes out, which is we can only hire the coolest the all of job. That's an evil person. That's a bad job. While you're the cool. Badge job you're GONNA. Think you're the coolest everyone's gotTa realize you're the fucking point is who cares if you're the KUWABARA and what is the coolest go about Your Business? So, you don't have to do anything to impress. So basically, here's what they're saying. You don't have to do anything to impress anyone everyone shall be impressed. Because they will know because when if you get out of your own way Then it all happens. If. You don't worry about anybody else. You don't worry about how you dress. You don't worry about how you act it'll just come. Old Insane person you guys have no idea what this means. This is the beginning of that letter. They'll fucking letter you got the letter I got everything. That's this is the genesis of that started. This is fucking young assholes watching the shit being told her the coolest. ASTLES. Well, let's let's let's what they. Write. All right. Do you WANNA. Talk Love Boat Yeah. Where to. Start. I. Don't know where to begin either I guess with Louis. Louis Young Hispanic. Boy Who stowed away? Yes. He brought a rich families. Luggage on board the ship and the just held out the pulse somewhere. And Ryan then the captain's daughter and the rich family son found him. Because, they're exploring the ship and they became blood brothers with him brought him stole money from the rich family and brought him food and then they were found out. Heavy story man. Right the dad I could not watch this episode I gotTa Tell You. Now because of this many things in it, they were just so. I was like I felt so bad for the actors. Looking at the poor woman who played the wife. She had six. syllables and the entire things like Tommy. Disappointed, New Right. She was featured on the mass with the began starring in Alphabetical. She didn't say should do thing. They'll say you're with those two that couple sort of you know sort of. Actor, an actor be from. Central casting you know what I mean. I don't know if they had a background too. I did a dive on on on both of them. Oh tell me well first things first. The logic. Weird because he you have your son. So you're in your cabin. Yeah Right. There's a seven year old that may she aided Mexican boy stowed away in the fuck and bowels of the ship right? Your Son has befriended that boy you have two hundred dollars cash in your cabin adult male and it's been stolen from your cabin. I accuse you boy who's never left the bowels of the ship getting into my cabinet. How did he have access to your cabin? Right? You think he tangled into your cabin your son on the other hand probably would have taken the money from the cabin since he befriended the Boeing given it to them captain, and of course, he's saw that he's he's wise it to realize it. The DOORKNOB is broken on what's her name's? Will that storyline was I could not I couldn't I? I thought somebody had to write this track somebody right looks up that eighty eight who wrote it and and he wrote a lot of musicals really. Yes. Let musicals that succeeded I have no idea I that the. Home, of God. The story is the. One of the guys from Barney Miller the old guys kind of there at the end. Was Insanely Jealous in in any man that spoke to his wife, he would just threaten he threatened to beat him up. Yeah and call it a creep in a sexpert. Literally sex pervert was. Thing was. I trouble watching it I really trouble watching this when he almost jumped I'm almost like I'm not sure I can go on. It was it was really rough. It's like God damn. This was the seventies man. I mean you know what you know it really jump the shark for me, right? DOC has a particular scene that is so outrageous. Jumped out of screamed. At Great. There is a great I think in the middle of this one. Yeah. I think there is that thing where they went down to DOC's office just walking six foot blond and a bikini out of examining room with the saxophone playing and then kisses her. Yeah. The KISS, are they come back and visit me anytime you want. I was like, what? What? The Fuck? What the Hell Like they've gone all the way now, there's like a twenty three year old six foot blond in a two piece Pacini and candy high heel shoes and he's just escorting her out of the examining. With the kiss on the lips. Yes. CNBC tonight come back in any time exam. I'll get you say. What What what? Man The love boat somebody is looking at that script. From the Princess Cruise Line. And then Dr bricker walks outdoor. You Know Interior Dr Breakers. Office examining room door opens saxophone music swells Tall Blonde comes walking out escorted in two piece bikini escorted by the doctor in parentheses they kiss you know she exits and third gopher and and Isaac like. You're reading the scripts. Can ships doctor. Kiss Goodbye by the way payment I follows what follows equally outrageous. The. Captain Bursts Inigo goes giving me a sedative aren't needed sensitive now this is okay what? Captain of the. We're is. GonNa. Give has by the way you guys WanNa know. You Guys WanNa know. How you can see a joke coming. Or whatever coming. So the dock so the captain comes in and he goes this jealous husbands been threatening me any and I'm going insane here I need a set it right now right now. So, check me the doctor goes. Fine. GET UNDRESSED in go to my office, which was also bizarre now as a writer. Yeah I now know what we're where this is going. Right get undressed. Yeah. June. You're getting he's GonNa give volume you know what I mean. You have to get nude, get undressed and getting my office. He completes it with our need to examine you I like I'd. Say something. gave it a little nod to an exam. You see what's going on. So, what is it all meaningless? and. He said, I, don't remember that part it. He said I need that if the dachshund and give them a set of. told him again addressed soon as he told me get undressed I knew jealous husband was going to come down. I. Knew She was going to be in the dressing room. I knew the doors going to open with him undress there was that was all just part of that era's humor that that weird all the tropes, all the trump's I've. Thought what you think that's All is not what you think humor. They had another one. In that we're we're is it was in there yeah. Yeah. Go Hide in the shower. Yeah. Of, course he goes turned out. The guy comes back and his Tuxedo. Senate. Tuxedo gambling he's coming. Comes right. down. Boy. Shower. Then he reaches, and of course, the region move. They reach in. The shower on he's fully dressed in a Tuxedo. It's going to be forty minutes before he gets into the shower you know yes. Hi, Nita shower I'm going to Tuxedo by the way if you really WanNa Gild the lily on the Vaudevillian kind of shower humor when one guys hiding in the shower and they're that guy reaches his hand in there at some point ago. where's my conditioner three feeling feeling feeling and the personal actually handed it to. That's the real vaudevillian humor like. I kinda shy turn. The shower on is being hit with. And we just we just ate that shit up like like as though it was funny. Well. What what were your choices Gilligan's island? Remind me to tell you about Gilligan's island what I'll tell you the second furnace. Hey Gary. This is important. The pilot. The pilot don't answer me yet but look the pilot for Gilligan's island and who played the professor who now tell you about Jordan harbinger try regarding. Different kind of sponsor for this episode. Jordan Harbinger Shell. Wide Range Fascinating topics and heavy hidden guests like. He has a hostage negotiation negotiator for the FBI given techniques and how to get people to trust you cinematographer who discovered a lost city and the jungle apple named it. When the best of two thousand and eighteen, we love Jordan Harbinger always brings. It always finds ways to bring something useful to your life not your pop psychology we enjoy the show and I. Think, you're going to enjoy it as well. Search Jordan Harman's your show that's H. A. R. B. B. As in boy I N. as in Nancy G. E.. R. An apple podcast spotify or wherever you listen it's the harbinger show. So I was taking a dive on some of these cast members. I'm looking up right now and wet there were up to yeah and. The. Name of the actor who played the original in the pilot. Passer from inside yes. that. Is None other than John Gabriel Guy who is on the love boat? Yes. No. Yes. What the Hell? Yes. That's crazy. If you go look over that guy's I'm Debbie, you're wicky wherever you will see nineteen eighty love boat man. Man, that's right. Gains play the what's his last name games? In his real name. Oh real name. Why Gabriel Gabriel Yeah. That guy. Oh my God flying. Just be an actor back then and just do seventy seven such say strap. Hawaiian I. Just, go from one GIG to the next GIG. Yeah. Play the guy. That the guy that played the captain was also Murray on Mary Tyler Moore Show `Bout accomplished as you could be as a television actor if a right down from like Mary Tyler Moore is him and. That how how was that him running it without his pants on Mary Tyler Moore Show Yeah. Yeah Incredible Hulk Returns Ryan's hope I mean you just were actor is Gilligan's island the profanity to Auvinen another essentially to right? Well, it said the original pilot said when I was reading I'm wicky whatever page it said originally cast as the professor. By Maybe maybe maybe it didn't get to airs the thing when I typed in Gilligan's island. Gilligan island pilot. The first thing that came up I clicked on had John gave you. But now that I'm looking back at that same page, the air date for that is nine, hundred, ninety two. That's where so he played. The professor in Gilligan's island when they rebooted it or they did some special after the actual professor doctor right I think that's what my died. Young ish a true and Gilligan's island would have been late sixties and the guy played that by Nineteen ninety-two had passed so they needed. I'm assuming he died because nobody in that cast turned anything down that had to do with Gilligan's island. You only work they. They had right right. So they were stock as soon. Right? So so shelley hack. Oh Shelley. We gotta go through. And I just looked up Kevin teague the guy that was the romantic interest. Yeah. Now I remember why do them from emergency we? Had A big time by about. But. The Virgin your I cannot first off. I only knew him for be too. I couldn't figure it out but now that I just read Oh. Yeah. That's your shed affect on me my career choice. I i. like the doctor in the Er with the Whitney radio I thought that was the coolest thing the. That was like six. Seventy two to seventy seven. the thing about. Walking talking. and. Ford. Dan. This week banned. Yeah did in those days. Soto. Center, before their paramedics, he was a fireman. Yeah. So Here's the thing. I was watching that too. By the way did you notice he wants to go to the balcony and she showed up eighteen seconds later absolutely building one of my half by. About getting yes. Overlooked oboe. Grid screamed I need tending to drill. I I go to my office I showed no one ever comes in that. It's it's milliseconds to use looked out over the balcony. Hacker show up I don't remember her being attractive i. don't either what happened what what what what what is it? She's nineteen here and we we know from thirty. Now, and something happened along the way. Now, what happened with Shelley Hack? She's a beautiful they really the model extending like ridiculous, right? Yeah and we don't remember looking that. Good correct. That was the whole time I'm like why I don't remember them. We're not let me explain to. So she became a Charlie's angels. She replaced sure land yes yeah. Right can explain what happened. Wolf for people that. Cheryl ladd was a classic beauty. Yes and. Bosomy yes versus Shelley Hack was not. She had that sort of model, SORTA Waif, Ma like a runway model. Yeah and she was modest in the in the chest department and and and Cheryl ladd was filled up that Bikini. Nicely. So it's a little more of that back in the seventies and eighties where like we like that. Yeah. Also in Charlie's angels, her hair was always a little weird. It was a little short and a little whatever we all feel like. Long long hair and in Charlotte had long blond hair and shelley had a shorter. So she had kind of an up ship kind of uptown. She kind of an uptown New York kind of model kind of. Go just go. Sorry. Go upper left or whatever Garrett's fine. Oh sherline. All right. Sorry. Go the one with Charlotte's yeah guy. Go to the right. There you go. So Cheryl LADD had this long flowing hair and be no Sir Nice D. Cup up top and and shelley hack had this kind of weird hair like your mom's hair secretary would have it's Kinda short and and seem very Manhattan, model, ass but it wasn't California. Yeah and I would argue that she looks different than she. was she really looked fantastic in this episode? And but the thing about this what thinking you know I'm thinking I think I think she had an eating disorder and I think the some of the facial features we like here is the super thin thing and what we're seeing laters where she gets the parotid enlargement from vomiting or whatever she was doing and is sort of normal weight. Unfortunately. I think that's kind of what we're looking at well I gotTa tell you it was over thin on this thing. Her neck was like eleven inches lor I was like crazy right Here's what I know. She is. So. Fantastic looking human being, but she's an astrophysicist scaring everyone off with their. Big scientific words right here up. In her hair up in glasses. So, now she has to pretend to dumb it down to meet her man to be Kevin to me teak to meet a Man Armand Roy Soda Right. So she dumps it down, and of course, he's very attracted to her but she's show comedic -Ly Dumb. That he basically says to her look. I like you. I don't know how to say this, but it's at a certain point. It's more than just physical. We need to be able to have a conversation and then she's insanely insult yes and calls him a jerk now. I don't know how you write these things but look. Again I felt bad for the actors, but the point is is. If, you are dumbing it down in the person says to you the mail says, luck you're beautiful and spending time with you but I can't see myself spending a real amount of time with you consistently because of this kind of deficit here what would we talk about? Well, then that person needs praise. The Male Is Praiseworthy Media Go Oh my God I've made I've I've misjudge you entirely I've been I've been I I've been there's been a ruse I'm sorry that's what you would do in real life right but she storms off and then she moved through meets with Julie McCoy and Julia mcquay goes today what you do be smart now right This is so that she's like you're a genius you are so good for us going to go to the rail and POW? He's going to the railing and pouting all right take care of your best. Friends, at lifelock We're getting more vulnerable to identity theft because we engage in certain behaviors like putting our state password on everything over sharing our personal information on social media. 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Operation Galactic Storm Part 8: Quantum Zone Episode #87

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Operation Galactic Storm Part 8: Quantum Zone Episode #87

"This episode of keep some lunatic sidekicks is brought to you by tweaked audio get awesome headphones. Get tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon at South eight to get thirty percent off reshipping shipping in a lifetime warranty where can get there through the link on our website southgate media groups dot com. What about our QUASAR podcast autozone Bonar quasar our own burster bonded energy transporting man's term of weapons station arguing all lightning Hello and welcome back to the quantum zone straight in in the middle of Operation Galactic Storm. I am Phil joining me as all ways that survivor. However that sole survivor? That's on that the master own. I'm well hey everyone I was gonna say Happy Halloween and listen on the podcast in two weeks. Like what are you talking about but yeah you're listening to this November. We are recording on October thirty the night of October thirty first. That's right. Yeah and Matt is a shell of a man. He has done something that no man should do. And he's done it twice guy watching thirty one horror movies. Were thirty. The movies that I originally thought were horror movies in a short time saying like that stuff. His wife made him do something. No mansion the whole list alive and you're stronger for it. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and horribly horribly embittered you right? I guess. mcquaid wouldn't nominee QUASAR news. I don't believe it wasn't in the latest Guardians There aren't there some ACOG macbooks. Come in what is it December or something. I John Not Annihilation Books. Yeah I don't see any managed any mention of Quasar. Yeah but yeah I mean they bring back a lot of old style wall older storylines because they're doing that annihilation stuff then Mattie we do twenty ninety nine coming up Curious to check out those new ones. Sure even crosses over new amazing spider man. Yeah that's where it all starts right. I mean yeah that was. That was the first appearance of Spiderman. Twenty ninety nine right at the end of that amazing spider man the Hologram in the back of it. I forget which one it was three five. Yeah Oh okay. Wow I'd forgotten that one yeah. Was it like nine hundred ninety two. Yeah Yeah Yeah I remember getting out in the mail I remember picking that up at the newsstand. Picking that up at the comic shop. Yeah we all got through different now. It's been now there's Ellie to comic shop or digital pretty much. Yeah Yeah. They don't do physical subscriptions anymore. I don't know I don't know probably not the Do Miss Those all subscribe ads. You know NATO new Christmas decoration one's Oh yeah look there's one in the back of today's issue as their V twelve in fifteen dollars Good oh I'm sorry that that that was for group group one group to the special prices for twelve issues. Some of them are like eighteen. A marvel comics presents. which was biweekly eighteen dollars per twelve issues? Right then like the twenty one dollars boxes like elbow flight doctor. Strange Moon Knight Shield. She Hawk than they. The the name death Loch Excalibur Ghost Rider Punisher War Journal. Punisher war zone. What's IT Yeah Spiderman? Mag I'll no. I don't remember the Spiderman magazine. Remember the Punisher magazine. Coenen had a few magazines wolverine warlock in nightwatch own. Yeah grew that's right or no grew at twenty seven dollars for twelve issues. Wow Oh epic it must. It must be just be the barbarian because it's grew Conan saga and savage sort of Conan. Yeah yeah or high end. OTC books he recently bought brought backup Conan. So right yeah. He's an adventure. Middle Card the savage of injure he. I haven't read it this week but I got to salvage of vendors annual needs to go hang with Hercules Hercules can go. Snap the Nice. You don't need to talk to them. Snap what do you guys do this week in Costa So I was telling Mattie we won helped with Luka's first grade Halloween party at school today. And then tomorrow we're going on a field trip to the a children's museum cool Our first built triple revolving tear you know. Go Down Fem so awesome thank eight well at least in his class eighteen first grader. So I just had to go to work are the are you a are the tourists coming to an end for the season. Oh they're not coming to an end quite yet they do. They'RE GONNA go. Oh and regular tours until the Sunday after Thanksgiving and then they're doing weekends in December unless it snows and then they usually pull the plug on it but I I didn't answer the call to to to do December but then I was asked and I was like all right. I'll do five days so I picked up five random Adam days December. I don't know being on the water in Weird Austin in December. Just all three of those things together. I just don't sound like funding in a lot. It's almost weird or being on the road in December because we're only on the road for weekends so You get strange. Looks from people like I thought you were gone. What are you doing your Nava calendar what's going. Oh Oh that'd be great. Take a doctor with that. Kona clause some Christmas decorations on. But Hey this this is the two week anniversary of Halloween. So will what did you give away. Two weeks ago on Halloween and Lots of Jock. act personally like like skittles and stuff but the rest of Haley's like ooh yuck whatever skills event for good skills hit cats Ah Good I always. Somebody always posted my twitter feed the cartoon where the The Old Ladies Given out candy bars in the grim reapers. Come come up to her and he says you know Martha I'm here for your holy crap. Those are full sized snickers no. We're good that's A. That's like Dane. Cook the routine he has you know he's like he always gives like candy. Like the weird guy at work because you know once the guy comes it. Search shooting in a place up in a you know he's GonNa get us digs for the candy just keeps going. I'm sorry I'm sure sure as a professional comedian is just like insult and Makoto by bringing up the name Dane Cook on. I've not guys spend more money on one bit than I've ever made. So yeah did you have people coming to your house Phil I mean. Did you. Two weeks ago that while we live on a busy road. So that's why I say we usually go out. The gas is this year. Were good because some people change the date. So where my inlaws trick or treating tonight and then tomorrow night or I mean Friday night. Two weeks ago. We're GONNA the cool. Yeah all right. Favorite Candy will which favorite candy. I usually make myself sit on. skittles is just one of those things Kona. Well I mean it terms of I do like a lot of different candy bars. I've never her. I don't even know if they I think the very rare fund size but I like the score bar I think I have seen the Maria. I've seen small heath bars borough a given away for Halloween. But that's about it. I don't know I would always like to get Milky Way traditional yet la but if I was giving away my mom's house giving away things but she got one of those big variety packs I I would try to hold back the ones that I liked. And just give away the amounts and the on enjoys the world's but I'll eat anything was perfect perfect concoction in the world. My friends air reese's peanut butter cups. I think those are good chocolate and peanut butter. I don't care what you say. Little with help are fighting there and there's no way to eat one so that's right like the mellows those. Yeah but no. I love peanut butter cups. But you know what I get every week They have like they're like they're like the Klondyke ex but the reese's peanut. They got peanut butter ice cream inside a short go to seven. Elevens seven I think Matt and I are going to have to have an intervention. Here you may have a problem with peanut butter their fill. They wanted to when. Yeah and what would you do for a Klondike. How `Bout Quasar podcast? Would you do that or Orcas in America. It's a QUASAR. He has the gap in American. Her uh-huh yes. We are in the hollow home. There's no halloween tonight. We're talking in hall on. How Halloween Halloween? Oh Wow that's that's pretty awesome. Awful awful awesome. You know. It's a fine line right to the quantum zones episode Halloween Law Wean. So should we get to following. Yeah let's do it. The vendors arriving on hall other can do the Hall Amash all right all right. So Captain America three ninety nine so in another round we'll get to that exercise cap four hundred Uh We finally made it to April nineteen ninety-two five. We're stuck on March for our we owe since we started galactic storm. Yeah Yeah Yeah all right so the I'll say we pretty much know who's doing who. which vendor in this My ironman yes yeah okay I wonder doing. Hercules are the summary to Galactic Empires. The militaristic Chris Decree and the matriarchal she are are at war. A war that threatens all life on earth the mighty of vendors of splitting the two envoys not this last time to negotiate with the heads of each empire empire in the group sent to the Korean Empire ironman Sir Hercules. The Black Knight Crystal Goliath and Captain America in Sport Irate we begin on Hala Halloween. A world of the star Spanning Empire Music Cadillac the sappy music. Yeah yeah yeah the offenders off that spaceship and prisoner white. Here's away Deli. Yes the actual episode Apollo all right We see one of the guards saying hands the top of your heads avengers as they're escorted off the spaceship at gunpoint and cap of course in the in the front seat later in his book. Well iron man you still think it was a wise idea to surrender to the cree now. Instead of a squadron of soldiers against us we have a whole planet. Hey it did the trick getting it it got us to the right world all in one piece yes but with our kwinjeh confiscated. We don't even have a way to you in front. No talking it. Then we get many many were Thought bubbles from Captain America. Many many my God look at the size of this place the architectures so imposing if this is just the space port what must the inner cities look like here. Can't rubber neck too much for the others will know. Oh How awestruck I am by all this. It wouldn't help our situation any shake the others confidence in me. I am the leader of this little factfinding expedition. After all he would have iron learned. Man seems have difficulty dealing with that. Who knows maybe ironman did the right thing by surrendering? Apparently this planet has incredible defense systems. Our souped up Jet May never have made it through. I just wish he would have consulted with me first so we can plan what we're going to do. Once we got here are creek captor. Wouldn't even listen one. I tempted to explain. That are only reason for coming here was speak to to his emperor. Whoever that may be that means we're going to find a means of escape Hey Coney WANNA do Ronin. Yes sure you shudder wrecks that figure approaching on the parapet I recognize is him and then on the on this. It was like a two page splash on the second page. Get a big title. Twenty million light years from Earth any. That's a good one because mark gruenwald story. Rik levins and Danny Bland. The Art Joe Rosen. Letters says she sheely but we know it's Kristie. sheely color Ralph Macho editor. I got Tom on the BELCO editor in cree. Nine editor in all right so and then we tap saying the IRONMAN ironman up there. The person approaching shatter ax isn't that Ronan the accuser. I haven't terrain utter another word. And I'll oh yeah because because I've it is trying to pretend he's not Tony Stark true. Yes yeah after armor awards he was like no that rogue iron man has done. He's dead Jim Lasso Or is that a shedder access shatter. Act Yeah Ronin. I mean obviously you are special agent shatter axe exit weapons division. You may hereby relinquish custody of your prisoners to meet special relation now that they are on home soil. This is become a civil matter not of military one. You were dismissed. It has all the same to you accuse battalion tallying and I were remain. Until are you insinuating that the prime accuser of the entire empires incapable of handling Earth's gums such as mo Sir I leave at once battalion returned to the ship and prepare for takeoff. The accusers have jurisdiction accusers. Restrain the prisoners. That's that's you okay and caps thinkin. They're moving towards us with some sort of manacles. If we don't make our move now and maybe too late then we see last panel Wa Sursee Sursee smirking at the back of caps. and He's thinking servcies behind me. Hope She's watching for my hand signals planned five to one sursee Chrissy the roof. They all look like As Hercules didn't it up. Oh my Raymond's yes way together lady. When is this brilliant lights Shahrak? What's happened to the Earth's come? They teleported away. Exchange places with US and I was in cap. Says my God awed voice. She knows the cree language. How telepathy search the area and I don't know how the vendors can hear this because it Anthony Kappes thinking this on a thought gobble okay? Here's move out. Make a break for it soon at the accusers municipal missile headquarters attention all accusers level. Too and above. We have seven escaped terron criminals in our midst. They're armed genetically enhanced and dangerous officers will assist in the search into apprehension. All do force is sanctioned the perpetrators descriptions will be beamed to all data combs. They must be apprehended at all costs. Now take off on their sky. Cycles he ten minutes from the city spaceport and and I guess the Crystal Creek disguises search the crowds part when they see us coming. The accusers must really be feared by the general population nation. And because that's Thursday for Gada Crystal Cre- Empires police state and there the police and who's there so far away can't anti-hussein what they can stop. It was more like it again. Someone I confess. I wasn't even aware the Wernicke accusers. Other than Ronin Cap. APP is like everyone. Keep Your Eyes Open for place. Where reconfirmed private hands that Sir see unless I missed less? I'm bad and comparative anthropology apology Cap. Then I bet those doors lead to comfort facilities wonder which is the men's room which is the women's she kept like we'll see say walk can one and it looks like it's the men's room but aren't the Christmas. Well I should say there are kinks. Ken Cre- that's right so it seems like all the all the male Korean here are pink. accusers CH and Kacoos out. Thinking they may not understand the word. Oh my meetings pretty clear when the room has been emptied Bravo Bravo Hercules this garden door. Clint Dane Crystal. Scour the place for bugging devices starts January back now iron man. Do the rocket thirsty. Sorry I was looking at the baseball cards on the AD. Yeah she goes cab. Many is go ahead and WA I. She changes in Iran back. Let me tell you something. Maybe don't ever touch my arm again. Do I make myself clear why I was just I think With the ironman be next or next. I think she's neck. He's next. I think yeah okay. Here infernal sorcery as messed up so much as a single microchip for your information iron man. It's not sorcery its molecular transmutation. And and in time everything snaps back to its original configuration if I can reconstitute living organisms your inorganic circuitry are child's. Play all saying I'm undoing. Complete systems check and again. They're in shadow. Says someone says other room seems clear. Copy which is probably Clinton but I don't think Kirkwood said and caps like okay. Then listen up. People are genitive is the fine the heads of state here so we can and tell them they'd be wise to get their space war forrest source. It's a you wore pulsar. Listen Sir I assume we're in their capital city but there's still a lot of area to cover better exchange. These guys is is for something. A little less conspicuous No more disguises for me. I don't want my armor mess with any more but you'll be compromising the rest of us. I'll travel alone then fly reconnaissance. It's not a good idea for us to split up iron man we're on hostile world. We have no maps. Anyone were to get lost still cap still look Ironman as field leader out. Did you say the commuter card thing. Oh we have art. Sorry I gotta Ah but in his defense. It doesn't have the IRONMAN squiggly we. We can't trust US community cards. They don't run on. Ms Dos Right. Yeah so he says look Ironman as field leader. I insist we. I'm a founding member of the avengers captain. The only one here. I figured that gives me the right to Supersede Authority over my actions. I'll fiber contents. Let let you know what I find is always thrown that F word around And I think that's Clinton they're talking next. I believe that's also you will. Oh Oh oh yeah. That's right our way to sexual head. Let me talk something over with Cap. I fear this dissension in our ranks. Bo Zil Cap Ed. Let me go with him. I'll keep an eye on him. Please go search if you'd be so kind. Changes him back to Goliath route. Funny she change back the Hawkeye Hawkeye. The cost of Yoshii lead weight up. I'm coming with you. West coasters look out for each other. I brought me me a few of Tim Reducing Gas. I can run on your back and as they leave the bathroom at that moment. Some I've beneath Halloween surface at the trading power station abandoned several hundred solar our cycles again. We got a couple here Street all right Kona I want you to be supremacy back I'll be I'll be the flying guy Will do the other two sure Yeah you you're Shattuck's earlier right. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah I'll just do core after worry about those I seek. I am led to believe Steve are below if they are not equipped this dismal sphere. Ignore the voice that entices me with knowledge of my ancient beginnings of wandered the starlings once more chatter. Who goes there I do? I ultimate ultimate ultimate prime. And who are you. I am shocks I of the new breed of cree techno warrior and the pursuer prototype of the cybernetic soldier the shortsighted current regime has refused to fund shoulder by the way Kyrie. Neither you sound like the one was summoned to me here. Yes they are not. I summoned you. I remember corporal host of the matchless intellects that once ruled the empire and with your help shall rule again in the meanwhile back of the surface can regular these just regular on these. I'm assuming I'm assuming it's like Black Knight or something. I and Mighty Creek capital city as a seamy underbelly on CAP. Looks that way every level. We've descended the working. Conditions have become worse again. I Guess Christiaan Kristof reminded the way the Alpha primitives used to live in the sub city beneath Atta lamb. That can be okay. Herk there could surely be the grimmer placed on Airfare Crystal and the Black Knights Blonde Olsen again. Hey Tech that out cap looks like your man of the hour says like a floating billboard version of a wanted poster Dane Communica Communica Qaeda cards beeping Ironman in trouble iron man. How can I have located? The central central government building probably is difficult to give directions. If you can get enough altitude. You'll see it. It's got a spire with fear and with a ring around it like Saturn. Don't wait till we get there. I'll give you an hour at that time we're going in with with or without you. Ironman out snap snack. Dick Sorry and I love how like surtees transmitted all like all their uniforms and stuff. Look at CAP's shield. What she did the capture looks like he's carrying like a giant Carter? So yeah we're GonNa need transportation something that flies. What is four wheels and flies Answers he said why not that wanted poster blimp caps. Like how do we get up there. Twin hands and I'll love attain us. But we'd be seeing and crystal. I created distraction watch and she created giant pillar of flame. Yeah 'cause I guess looking at that but that's like I think it'd be more settled. Settled like create like an earthquake or something like people be. Let's see more natural All right so yes they all join hands and servcies. Exploding them up to the Flooding the word she goes hang tight Hercules almost there milady. I shall cling to the fair hands as live. Raymond clings to your exquisite form. Sweet soccer and she says I appreciate the Kirke but not now and Black Knights thinking. Chris is fire guys. There seems to be doing. The trick is a much greater spectacle than we are. 'CAUSE THEY I look at that overpass. Everyone it's like parking and like stare at Luke I R- Appears to be a cockpit beneath hovercraft. I'll take us there and Wednesday break in she sursee speaking crease congratulations pilot. You just been hijacked by the most just wanted people in all Hala. Halloween and cats like they're building. Iron man was talking about having take us toward it in the Black Knight with his Co. Shane's looks out the window cap. Unidentified bogey coming behind s looks like a guy with moot jets at that would be CARAFE a supreme war would have US assist the all but ineffectual accusers. In their search for the fugitives Serena intelligence he claims would like to assimilate their intellect pinpointing anomalous brain patterns is child's play for one endowed with cybernetic scanners. But at the very least this should prove provide me with an opportunity to you see how my well my arsenal perform in a combat situation. This one scans is the most powerful of group. I'll incapacitate her. I saw. Oh it's the bread basket instead of hard surfaced outfit turns yellow awkward. She may have alluded the accusers. With your feeble able disguises but not the pursuer these APPs crystal and like they can. He's APP sir. Seeing we all reverted toward uniforms warns. I've got my food tonic. Sort back just wish. There was more room to Chris. Craven Jackal attacking our womenfolk women. What a word when I get my hands on the careful hurt the sticks of his stunned in eternal your females were the ones the only ones with the true power among you? You Mail Scan Izmir. Strong men are athletes. ooh calling hurting at the strong man and out at the other side cap leaps out and he's keeping the thinking distracting guys. Walk you around this flying drive in theater and trying to surprise him because hey it is. Capped Book One one of you has fled it is he. I will pursue I lease lest he escaped and I do not have the full set of outwards turnover to supreme are in cap swings around the corner and drop kicks him. We'll we'll safely assume it's the stomach and not not uh-huh Plays Fair Gotcha. Kicks them if that was the best you can. Do you do well to flee as caps running along the top of the billboard. That didn't stagger him as much as I'd hoped I hate it when these guys were full body armor it's major offensive. Weapons appear to be those two stunned rides and cracks went out of his hand. Ha did it. That'll teach them the tailgate me. There I WANNA go. You have made me drop my Beta bet baton outward that's annoys me. Cap leaps leaps onto him in mid air now what was attentions focused on his fallen weapon. I've got a press my attack even if that means taking it to his turf the sky and they're like flannel replaced threw me off balance. He's going over. GotTa cling on with my legs. Stay with him. I can't tell if he's flying this badly to try to shake me or my weights. Throwing them off gotTa keep my eye on his baton. Try to rest it out of his hand. You're a suicidal maniac. Back out roller I can survive a fall. This you could not take for the safety tip Miss Thursay smacks him in the head with that she owed a a couple of backhands whose helmet seemed rattled him or yeah you the smack with an Adamantine Vibrant Shield yes pretty heavy duty piggy might rattle Galactica so that I can just forces baton touches boot jet pomme it worked it killed his jet got the baton now for the left you stupid you did that deliberately now we now we really now we fall her own hey look they put the letters page like yeah volume take a look into their February coal meter quays are listed on Know that the top top list under the coal gene roddenberry bottom the uncalled belly. Button lint. Okay I agree okay. Okay from okay. We'll go from worst. The best belly button lint the recession John Hughes Hughes movies harsh absenteeism. Okay all this is a nineteen member people nineteen ninety-two you stone. Wash jeans microwave food. That Nashville sound it. Michael Jackson's dangerous dating against type. And I don't know why I mean we're getting towards the top. I don't know why this is so cool spontaneous combustion. That's why apple you right. Oh movies and I Max WCHS Fred macmurray that is unity through listen to nine hundred ninety tune it's marvel holograms on covers curse presence in there. ooh Magic Johnson okay. fashion statements. All right Okay I don't know who this. This is less pretty pretty vague but it puts stone wash jeans in upper category fashion statement. Well I guess. They're like fashion statements. Mr Cool but not stone wash jeans but all right. I don't know who this is. Lumpy Adams I said EH distant cousin of the addams family than I gotTa Aleka lumpy atoms with two days Tongo film now loopy. ooh lumpy Adams. I guess he's part of the addams family. What did I tell you? Oh Yeah 'cause wasn't that wasn't a deaf was the OH. Yeah because the first movie was ninety one in the second one the addams family values ninety ninety three. So we're we're between a movie by Cousin lump in the cut. So cousin lumpy. Eighty as we're looking guy with like a big papa hair on the top of his head he is hunched back and rarely speaks. He's first seen dancing with Wednesday during the celebration of uncle. Fester return okay. So Zeroed in those borderline obscure characters so hunchback's or cool I guess Flying through the air looking looking at his own billboard now all right before the top gene roddenberry they were free freed hostages and night and night after night. Whatever that is sounds like it song? Yeah ballot all right so yes capital caps falling Tokat core APP. Then he's he's looking at the Bawadi says I beat him. But unless I catch a Lucky Air Kerr lucky air current. I'm going to miss the original all such a such a world war. Two words That he's looking at least that's the night top video screen. He's waving frantically as if I don't know where to go and you see the night looking thinking my God I don't think it's GonNa make there must be something I can do. What last will probably miss by hair? Wait maybe if I can detach the screen from its moorings those out just far enough capita. She'll she'll under me to absorb the impact and I think I think yes he lands on. Thanks for the assistant injure lack night. Woo You scare me. Out of a year's growth cap doubt was seen the last core. Ask them on to make that rendezvous point before Iran goes off half Agar. Let's get you gotta get over there for angers off half cocked. Yeah I just love like Black Knight was he's able to cut the top screen off so just like came down enough so captain landed landed on it and the screen is like detached tire whoops. That was the thing goes keeping us. Afloat sorry continued in Avengers West Coast eighty-one on sale. Now our next week. Don't and it's the cat as a cap issue just like in part once there's a backup story because we see Gee I don't. I don't think we did the back lack of store last time did we must be discussed quick or something. Yes just cross bends warning diamondback prisoners because John Jameson mirrors being kind of of A. Yeah Oh yeah. We'll join. Jason disappeared too. He's coming to where we'll set up. He's he's setting up for that whole Capitol story later. Her comes back from the warm comes. True all right so so thoughts on our Halloween special sh which I mean this is. There's a lot of thought bubbles. There's a lot to planning a little bit of action. It's kind of a cool escape but no this is more like an in-between setting the stage stage for things that are coming up of teams keep getting divided. They're already in two parts in got got iron. Man Tony Stark. I've seen the client going off on their own. I think we see more of them in the IRONMAN. Sorry man that issue but Yeah next week. There's west coast eighty-one. What's everyone back on earth you without the black widow yes and then you know it comes after vendors west coast right back to Quasar you know? I don't understand why Wendell Lindell just didn't go. Hey Eon How can we contact the heads of the cree and the she are? You know Kimmy like beam a message to them. I mean instead instead of sending two sets of avengers that one. Are you trying to be criminals. I'm sorry I can't get nineteen parts out of that expected boost sales. What I I want to know is and again well? I mean quasars garden the Sun but I was gonna say he can jump back and forth. we need more coins. But what was cap's shield supposed to be when they try on all their stuff was transformed. I again it looks like a giant white community card. Yes maybe it's range. Maybe it's a call back to his like art portfolio days or something and aby should do the militaristic cree have guys running around doing art or ladies running around doing art. I mean carrying big. Wouldn't they be all when they be all digital. You would think Oprah well again Dan. I mean when you think about it. I mean it was nineteen ninety-two Remember Star Trek the next generation the twenty four th century. But they're still like punch. And you know touchscreens stuff. I'm thinking thinking. What did everything be? Voice activated at this point or brain interface. Ramos Dallas at hype it pushing buttons in the twenty th century injury Mr Data Warp Seven. That's exciting siding. That's a weird. It's like every other issue of Galactic storm is at least like a full. You know like a four issue if not you know like cap. Four hundred in the last issue in avengers is like double sized or whatever but capsule because because Grunwald he got away with the back of story. Yeah which ask for a while but I was like during Galactic Storm Too. Yeah well you know he he was. The QUASAR was the cornerstone book of this team. It grew out of our right so greenock do what he wanted. I guess that's why I'm that's why I'm saying I'm surprised. There's not more quasar because the GRUNWALD was actually the chief architect of this And it seems to me. He used this Damore setup. Quasars storylines then have him you know be in every book basically that next step evolution a Quantum leap if you will was that on. TV In ninety two. I'm sorry yeah yeah I think so I love I like that show I will. I'll I saw some of it repeats but yeah Oh boy see the nine and stuff we brought up tonight. That's right won't be One wonder if and when they're gonNA GONNA do a quantum leap Oh yes I episode of Quantum Leap March Twenty Six nineteen eighty-nine Final Episode Mart May May Fifth Nineteen ninety-three. Wow so when this came out where about a year until the end the quantum leap past Al Calla beach each poor Scott backyard and they Burdened Him with enterprise. How dare you do? Sam Beckett held area so again any other any other thoughts have no other thoughts. I got nothing that's like. It's bats October thirty first. I HAVE NO I. Oh holy crap cody. They'd like when you're done with us. What go and go to sleep tonight? Don't you Hoping she's like. Hey let's start on next year's or the bone is there a bonus thirty second now. Sorry we did. We did a boat. We did a bonus at the beginning of the month though thirty days of Thanksgiving a special looking at Thanksgiving Christmas. New Louie's as you say. Oh my days of Christmas movies in half will be lifetime movies. Yeah and now I have. My Lord known relationships formed around. Christmas code is Never Watch. I'm a busy day any in love love. Yeah that's that's senator. That's enough he's had enough given we talked about captain in America that all right back core Athmane. He's taking a couple shields to the head man. Yeah head shield sealed sipping behind will what is so bad Replica good medal. Sheila awesome very awesome. But it's like it's not like an official one says this this is not efficient either so well it looks. It looks cool. I can definitely tell us one. Wait a second quarter. Yes the air we got Alpine. Isn't it it's moving. This was this is awesome. Yeah Shield labs if you go to Esi Shield labs shield labs out okay. It is awesome once. Oh Nice Leather perhaps the're gonNA sound to it heavy duty heavy duty. Yeah when every time I pick it up I think Captain America Winter Soldier. I want to run through some walls. Okay they can't do that here though That would be cool. I want I want one. That's like metal like that but like world scratch or anything so you can whip it. It's because no one's GONNA catch up all right. Let's get Outta here alright. I Happy Halloween guys. Hope you all enjoyed our special Hala Weiner So everyone on. Please write in a specially you ray did. They have Halloween in Australia on the squirrel off in in the upside down where you live so everyone email us again. We've got plenty of galactic storm left the email us case a lunatics at gmail.com. Calm calm voice. Mail six four three eight two two seven three seven six four four thirty eight capes and find all the CAPES and lunatic social media on on link Tree L. I. N. K. tr dot ee slash capes lunatics irate and assuming he survives the coming days. Matt Kona where can people find you. Will you can listen to what I've watched with with my wife. Yoga Bish Yell Matt Recap on Youtube Facebook by tunes twitter all that good stuff and follow. What check out her video? She just posted Catalin even two weeks ago at this point when this comes out a Halloween tribute well Paul dancing to Japanese horror movies garage. We're mash up. Yeah Yeah that's where you can find me so you finally in bed. Hopefully within the hour right just tell the audience. It was her pole dancing not us. 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