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LAKEWOOD SENIOR RADIO PLAYERS

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24:02 min | 1 year ago

LAKEWOOD SENIOR RADIO PLAYERS

"Hello welcome. It's time to join dorothy wilhelm who had his very minute is swimming upstream because it isn't crowded there. This new show show is for people who want to break away from the ordinary and live as if it mattered. Let's get going dorothy gets crappy. If you keep waiting well this is will help once against swimming upstream and have doubted treat for you today. Today we are going to enjoy old-fashioned radio as <unk>. Only the lakewood senior radio players can present it. We have a whole half hour of radio. Fund live pretty much lied. They're all live. Ii believe okay good well anyway. That's what we're gonna have and remember you can listen to this show again or find other lakewood radio radio player shows just by going to. It's never too late dot com. You can hear them anytime but they'll we. We're going to talk now to william. Tell me your last name. It is mcclellan. If i was afraid i was gonna say mclaren and i didn't wanna say mclaren so i didn't say anything the thing but i answered anything mcclellan tell us again for those who may not have heard tell us about the players and what you'll be doing today. Will this is the lakewood basically lakewood senior radio players. This is an iteration of the lakewood senior. Players were sponsored by lakewood playhouse here in lakewood washington. Shinkin were saying lakewood a great number of times. I noticed that but i didn't like saving so we're a group of seniors. <hes> senior parts in regular plays are kind of hard to come by so we want to act and so what we've done is we put together a kind of a sketch show it changes every month with the seasons or with a <hes> holidays and we provide we perform these in <hes> retirement centers nursing homes for different <hes> groups. There were all volunteers. I we all just kind of love to act and that's so we're having a great time. Doing we're having a fantastic time doing your programs well well. We really are enjoying having you and hoping hoping to be able to expand but right now we we have a performance every other month and people can listen to it again and again and again as much as they switch so let's without further ado as they say in the old days. Let's go ahead and you get started and remember. This is radio but this is a live eddie and so if you want to respond or whatever like low ride ahead they'll take away all right dorothy will the troops all warmed up and ready to go since the summer summer. Lots of kids have gone off to camp <hes> tradition. There is the scary story around the campfire so let's see how this works. The sketches called it's coming it stars judy ashley as the narrator <hes> bill mcclellan. Does the storytelling am counselor. I i know he's a good guy yeah and <hes> the rest of the true kind of is the campers so we'll go from there. It's coming okay here we go. The day is ending at camp. Whatever the campers have had a great time singing and laughing and telling stories around the roaring campfire now as the fire dies down the head counselor draws attention for one last scary story okay campers. It's time for the last story tonight. I'm going out here in these woods for a long time and i've seen and heard just about every scary story there is so i thought i'd send you off to bed with the scariest scariest story. I know everybody cool with that shit ever all right here. We go for a scary scary story. This doesn't take place in the woods. In fact it takes place in the big city a really scary place there. Was this guy see when home from work working was settling in for the evening in a few friendly phone calls and then there it was an ominous text message on his phone each he'd seen his friends get this. Same message in the ending was always the same. It came for them now. The message was on his phone and he was anxious. Just worried. How long would it be before it got to him. What it even find his house or would it go to someone else. Instead the message had a link in it which he tapped with trepidation up optima his house was clearly marked on there was a black dot moving toward him slowly deliberately as if to torment him with his weight his anticipation grew with each passing moment he had a hunger to finally finish the situation then after what seemed like forever to dot was outside his house it was year as it approached his front door. The outside lights on his house snapped on there was a moment of fear in the front yard but it continued coming for him his doorbell rang. It took him a moment to get from the couch to the door. He opened it there. It was yet signed some type of contracts and then the man gave it to him a large pepperoni eight wings and a two liter diet coke. Yes story however okay bill. Did you write that yourself. <hes> yes ma'am try not to do it again. That was that was fun. Thank you for that was great. Let's next okay well. Maybe not the most scary story was pretty good now. We want to back up in time a a little bit and have a little girl. Tell us what she learned in school. Oh yes this is one of my favorite sketches paul. Get the whole story in a big thing to up to ask at this time though i actually are you creating all of these stories yourselves some of these this one is been in our repertoire for a while the it's coming is newly written and it wasn't as bad as i thought it would be with his newly written from joke i heard a while back and the door leaves has been in our repertoire talk for a while lender funday get to hear original live theater that just absolutely by okay. Take it away so the sketches called. Get the whole story. Lilian leeann caswell alias eisley little mary joyce moody is our mother lauren. Donahue is mr graham. The principal and judy ashley's her teacher. Mrs johnson pat moran narrates our tail okay get the whole story six year old. Mary came home from school one day. Her mother asked her what she had learned that day. Let's see we learned how to add to blessed to. It's four c. See we learn that the capital washington is olympia and we learn how to make babies wait. What was that last one. We learn how to make babies. Mary's mother takes her daughter by the hand and hauls her back to school right into the office of mr graham the principal mr graham. We need to talk mary. Tell mr graham what you learned in class today well will we learned to add yes. Yes tell them the last one we learn how to make babies. Mr mr graham pushes the intercom non his phone to summon mary's teacher nasa's johnson just a moment. Please mrs johnson. Please report to my office immediately. After a few tense silent moments. Mrs johnson arrives in the office. You called mr graham. Oh hello mrs martin mary. Mary please repeat what you told me. Yes sir. I we learned to add that. Tell her the other thing. Oh oh whether it had a big babies. Is this true mrs johnson in a manner of speaking honestly. Don't you think lake murray classmates are awfully young or please just a minute in we can clear this up mary. We you please tell us all what i told you about how to make a._b._c.'s. Yes miss. Johnson uses to change the why in baby too. I am at e._s. To the the in and that's how you make babies are logical altogether. We we should have a suzy hand for or the live adventure was less. That's that a guy next. I try and do a little better okay. They'll continue well. It kind of seems sometimes a few simple questions. <hes> can stave off bigger problems. Take care take a hint mom and dak doc over the summer vacation. Children can certainly get into some big trouble. Let's see what this child is up to the parent cell phone. This is called. Where are you and adage. Stars lillian casual eisley as the narrator hat verandas are telemarketer and bill mcclellan. Does the child taking the call where are you a telemarketer calls a random phone number and reaches his cell phone that is in the hands of a child when he realizes talking to a child he asked about talking to the adult in the house. Is your mother home yes. Can i please speak to her. You know she's busy. Well as your father home yes okay. Can i speak with your father. No he's is busy. Is there an older brother or sister there. Yes great. Can i please speak to one of them. No they are busy well. Is there any other adult there. Yes the policeman clave please. Can i speak with a policeman sma. No he's busy so your mother is home. Your father is home. Your siblings are home and there is a policeman there but they're are all busy. What are they busy doing looking for me. It was somewhat bill now. Does this when yours. It's an old joke that i heard that offensive at all but we kind of blue it's good because it doesn't have to be a huge thing. I'm to be wonderful fun and get everybody involved absolutely because this is sprinting such a fresh touched stories into getting you know doing this kind of thing to the theater the dance the dance theater that's right well enough with children's stealing the spotlight here we go from kids at the beginning of what you're you store at okay to a couple of dealing with with issues at the end of life aunt edna uh-huh and uncle. Jack discussed the doilies in our final sketch today. Our narrator is joyce moody. Uncle jack is played by lauren donahue with lillian caswell. Elliot's aunt edna. Let's see who gets a surprise doilies as a new bride aunt. Edna moved into a small house on her new husband's ranch. She put a shoebox on the shelf in her closet and asked her husband never to touch it for fifty years. Uncle jack left the box alone until at at noah's old in the hospital approaching her last days. It's one day when he was putting their affairs. In order he found the box again and thought it might hold something important opening it. He found to doilies and eighty two thousand five hundred dollars in cash. He took the box with him that that day to visit it aetna aetna my ear. I haven't touched this box until today music you. You can tell me about it now. Yes jack. I think it's time my mother gave me the box day we married. She told me to make a doorway to help ease my frustrations every time i got mad at you well. It certainly pleases me that they're only to doilies lease in the box after all. We have been married fifty years. What does the eight two thousand five hundred dollars after do it it. Oh well. That's the money i made from selling. The door lease ended ended. Let's have now with summer vacation coming to your players. Get to take time offer. Will you be prepared me to the summer of no we are last performance other than your lovely show was may thirty first and so we go on hiatus from may until october hiatus can be uncomfortable giddy as it sometimes it is <hes> we can it depends on how you sit with this group or religious never heard this that sort of thing for now so so we'll go back to work at <hes> mid-september rehearsing for shows that will perform in october so it was nice if my players were all on break takamine takamine for this was really very good so i want to say a big thanks to all our players i and and to you as well and i want them to tend to step up and introduce themselves selves and just briefly say what they've been doing their summer lillian you wanna start a lily amazon newest cast member lilius yet letter introduce yourself just meant. She's been with us for a while but she's been kind of on a different vacation. She's had some things to take care of. Someone seen her for a while and we are really pleased to have a vat. I should say so what so what are you doing with your son so i'm billion castle eisley in. I have grand- new grand baby over in pendleton oregon that i have taking up and spending a lotta time with him so that's what i've been doing this a lot of work grandbabies and you play in the show. What parts did you play. I played everything narrator. Everything was really no one else here. We we only have women amazing amazing sketch that has to deal with <hes> a wife calling her husband while he's at a gulf locker room and and <hes> one of our players one of our male players picks up the phone and answers at and lillian is fantastic is the wife she goes through this list of things why saw numerous safeties and i saw new leather coat and he keeps approving everything yeah and at the andy asked. Does anybody know who's phone this is but but lily and his marvelous as the wife sheets just gets a little breath in it's fantastic. It's really having you're having you. Again is so much fun to see every night. You're going to be able to keep coming every the other <unk>. Oh yeah absolutely joyce. We're going to be from youtube joy sleep. I did my best leaping. I i'm joyce waist moody and <hes> this summer i spent my birthday up at seattle pacific center and saw a great eight movie about bears and then i went to a virtual reality program and <hes> that was fantastic. It was very realistic. Gal put glasses and headphones on and you walk through this area like a castle and some of it's real some of it isn't and then i looked at my hands and they had two spots on them and i raised him up and light shot out from them to knock down the enemy airplanes in the sky. It was just it was a lotta fun. I felt very empowered. Is i think view is empowered though that's okay. Are we going to have to wait for you at rehearsals because you're busy playing fortnight or something. I don't think so ah good neil race over here. Hi i'm pat peron and i've been spending the last month moving out of one house into another. I'm moving from north to call my into nyc would say that a lot of times and i guess you call it downsized in because i have provided goodwill with an entire house over. Are you excited. Oh yeah yeah. I lived in many years years ago and it's like old home week. It's like coming back home again. I'm practically in my old neighborhood. I'm only a mile away and right around the corner from burs restaurant absolutely yeah and i'll be bringing my dogs to the new house within the next twenty four hours and i'm trying to get ready for them. You know before the little darlings advice for people that might be having to downsize well. You've got to land bed for about three months and ah yeah three o'clock in the morning. You gotta make all these plans in your head. Where are you going to put the furniture dad. When you actually get the furniture in your new place it's all twice as big as what you thought it was and takes twice as much room so my advice is don't spend three months before the move trying to figure out where you're gonna put everything because it it doesn't work. That's actually get there. You know when i moved to my condo for my house at lakewood there movers brought in everything and i thought i wanted the couch. I was going to have it under the window and the mover said no no no not the window. Put it over there. Is you have much more room than for people to circulate and and the other movers said to me john knows about moves overs determined take with some concern. I said well you know what you think of it. They should know yeah it. Come along honey lauren. What's europe. I went to europe with the previous speaker pat and we spent a eighteen days over. They're going from one part of germany. In the northern part frankfort we had we had <hes> actually we went from frankfurt. We went to the northern city in germany. Which i can't remember right now. Hamburger we had hamburgers hamburg and then we went to frankfurt and had bring vers. We looked down around through munich ended up in berlin and it was a great trip. We saw a lot of castles. We got their riot on the rhine river on a little boat nice trip. We had refund what was the absolute <unk>. Gimme gimme a photograph of something you saw wonderful over one photograph would would be in berlin. They have a space needle and berlin over the tall. It goes way up. It's a it's slate three hundred and forty feet tall and you get on the elevator on the ground floor earns thirty seconds later europe the eye level of where we're gonna look around the whole city of berlin and s really flat country over there but it's pretty country. That's wonderful great to have had a chance to do it. Thanks wonderful and now and by the way this since he won't since he's too shy to tell you that was lauren donahue. Oh that's right. You were too shy to tell you. I i knew who it was. I didn't say anything. I'm sorry donald doc i'm judy. Are you sure yes for today for right now and just been hanging out and a lot of family league gatherings this year more than usual in all our weekends are booked up through august which is kinda cool. I'm get to see my grandkids more which they they live a couple of hours away so that is really awesome going to the ocean with him and a couple of weeks and then in september when all the kids go back to school all around the country. My husband and i will take road trip when things are less crowded where you going. We haven't decided on the road again have a wonderful summer and bill as we say in the business. Take it home. Will i have just been having a marvelously fund summer since i'm retired and things are little slower for me. There have been copious quantities of naps learning the value of a good nap. Maybe two who three times a day other than that you know. It's just the regular stuff. Moldy are clean. The gutters maintenance did he just all the funds susceptive. We all do in the suburb absolutely yeah. That's it exactly well. That's really good and we really thank you for being with us today and look forward to having you. It'll be <unk> timber that will record in september october. Show so remember. It'll be really scary areas steering for it more than the camps that was good that was by so thank you so much. You have been enjoying swimming upstream with the lakewood. Senior players is is that right your radio players rats rice radio players <hes> an adjunct of lakewood senior players so we weren't too far off and we really look forward or it to hearing their original shows every other month on swimming upstream but if you missed any part of or are confused to which as about what you heard you can hear us again on it's never too late dot com or my generation gap dot com or don't say i didn't give you any choices his s._o._b. Radio network dot com and remember s._o._b. Stands for spunky old broads. All of the hosts are women over fifty me too. We'll see you next time months. We'll be upstream. This is dorothy wilhelm. Thanks for listening to swimming upstream dorothy wilhelm. We'll be back next week with more. Great guests had great ideas. No telling what she'll do next be prepared if you just can't wait contact or theater swimming upstream facebook page or on the web at w._w._w. It's never too late dot com. This is the irrepressible sad longoria.

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The Great Gildersleeve 51-02-28 (397) Trying to Name the Twins

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29:50 min | 5 months ago

The Great Gildersleeve 51-02-28 (397) Trying to Name the Twins

"The Kraft Foods Company presents. Willard Waterman as the Great Gildersleeve Gildersleeve is brought to you by the Kraft Foods company maker's of miracle. Whip Salad dressing that so delicious. It's America's favorite out sells the next twenty leading brands of salad dressing combined. Miracle Whip has a wonderful lively teasing flavor and yet it's not a bit too sharp. It's a flavor most folks call just exactly right. Make your salads taste better than ever with America's favorite salad dressing delicious miracle? Whip well last week the Great Gildersleeve Niece Marjorie. The game the mother of twins a boy and a girl of course Marjorie and the twins are still in the hospital. Leroy Birdie and the proud water commissioner are happily discussing the wonderful new family over thirty to him yes. I can't wait for him to come home. They'll a lot for this house. Me already elected president of my class that night. Yeah kids look up to make. Because I'm the uncle twins now. A kid in school can make that statement. I wonder if they've grown any since I saw this afternoon. We'll know Bronco gets home from the hospital. He'd measurement they let him get behind that glass particular with them babies. If you can't play with them play with them right away my boy first couple of weeks. She does look at them. They sure cute the for me to look at. I said to myself now. That's something I agree. Very the little girl is just like this margin you L. Like my mother. I think I think she looks like me as an infant of course And that little boy this gills lead he babies your side of the family. Do you think so. Yes when I look at that little boy I just see you. You thank you very right. Judge I've got to have a photographer over the minute. They can stand the lights very. Yes what is there about a little boy that reminds you of me? Well for one thing. He's got your nose. I think his nose like mine. Leroy both babies. Dan Look like you why not twins. It resembles me very isn't the first one I noticed I noticed it myself. I can sell it on when the baby comes home. I'll pay the mustache hero. You will not colleague. That Bart broncos Home Folks Yellow Rocco. How'd you leave Marjorie in the baby? Oh they're just fine. Mr Gillers lead a lot of family. We were just talking about Mr Bongo. Hi Eunice margin coming on with the name so the baby's well La- twins through his occur birdie right now it's all up in the air. We ought to get that settled right away. Bronco Mr Gildersleeve. We've even look through the telephone book. You have any suggestions as he leaving himself wide open. Brakha you understand this suggestion. Oh sure since almost everybody thinks the twins look like my side of the family wouldn't be a bad idea to give both the boy and girl. Gildersleeve names O Gildersleeve and Gildersleeve. It brother Leroy. I mean first name one of them Roy. Are You Seriously Roy Leo? Don't you run up to bed? He'll this if broncos really opened the suggestion Oh yes well. We haven't decided anything. Mr Gildersleeve corral. Don't you worry about it? Bronco? I'll say judge Hooker first thing in the morning and check through some names judge hooker. The judge has the family tree key matter. We ashamed of it Roy. Up to bed judge. I like good family. Names took her to look through the wreckage. You knows more about the family than anybody being my God by. I hope he's a have you if every I'll weighing my and he's in Good Morning Beautiful Day. What brings you to my legal layer. This fine morning's yeah I I want you to get out our family tree. Why can't you remember which rancher slinging from Brazil right now? I'm looking for suitable family. Names for my twin splendid idea. I had all the family records in the let me see if I can remember the combination written down someplace away. I turning with nine six to make read. It then opened the door. Ooh My goodness sounds. Like inner sanctum. I should be able to put my hand right what I say. I wouldn't put my hand in there for the love and money judge. Why do you have a shoebox in your yourself that contains my big bog from the house? Dog Yeah wrote hundred more and I get a folding Marie. Hush that's a lot of figs judge like him documents here. Something what jumped out a mouse. Now know that's my Kerr. They were cut off know golden mouse colored curls ARRIAGA seven generations of names for you to pick round. Thank you judge. I WanNa take this along the module at the hospital. We'll find a couple of suitable names for the twin. You mean you're naming both of them for your side of the family guilty not judge. What about the father's family Mr and Mrs Thompson Rooster tablets so absent minded? He can remember his own name and say what about Mrs Johnson. I know Mrs Thompson Gale. She won't stand idly by while you name her grandchildren. That's right judge but before she knows what's going on margin. I'll pick out to find. Nate easier said than done judge. You just lock your safe before. Somebody steals your curl. Define maternity ward. Nice and sunny misspelled Mary. All owners me now is three. Oh to bring those snapdragon Ichiro it well sitting up you lovely wonderful. I'm so anxious to take the babies home. We're anxious to have you home the twin. They're fine most forgotten snapdragon. They're lovely put them in well. I have the nurse attend. What later just put them over there with the others. Mrs Thompson brought the basket of American. Beauty's better work fast monitoring. Yes I thought we might decide. I'm names for the baby's money coincidence Mrs Thompson had the same idea. He and Mr Tax and I hope she didn't talk you into anything you know. How broncos buttery edge. She wants to run whole show now. I thought you and Mother Thompson. We'll get along better after the storm came more than a story to make me get along with a little girl. She's a very nice woman. Sure will tell you what the name of the babies I'm you than but I wouldn't try to influence you. In by the way I brought to the Gildersleeve family tree all thank you. It put it on the table with the other one the other one Mrs Thompson. Broadhurst when she brought the roses pushy in-laws module. I see Mrs Thompson very firm about this going resemble our side of the family and they should have our names. Let's not make it a problem. I won't yeah I get out and see the twins. They're little Gildersleeve aces minds. You GUESSED NAMES. Goodbye my dear Euler smooth you've got my drew Invanko on side. Now you only obstacle Mrs Thompson. Actually she and her foggy has been better. Sneak back around the corner before they see me made list together sleeve visit thousand. Were you sneaking around the corner sleeve dealing? You're supposed to be quiet in the hospital. You KNOW MR option. Always this fell asleep. Marjorie sung-chol why remember? Now what a memory. How is Margerie? We just left Najrah. She's fine. Oh yes go this leave. A module is going to have a baby you Thompson. In case you haven't heard are waiting to see some babies. Now they hold them up on the other side of this glad. I know Mister Thompson. Oh Oh here comes the nurse with the babies now. Oh look at the little darlings. All hunting used to say. I wonder if that twin would that Marjorie then broncos twin already. Things happen fast. Don't they only go? We Marjorie up on the floor quieted words. Maybe look the little rascals checking the blankets children only mrs you gotTa Make Them Cry One. That looks like me is clouding up Mr guiltlessly. I don't see how you can possibly say one of these adult children. Looks like you your information Mrs Darshan. Everyone says both maybe resemble our side of the Family Mr Gildersleeve. How ridiculous can you be? Why this little girl is the image of me and should be named Martha Flus. That's a little boy and he looks like me. That's strain there. Our grandchildren Gildersleeve. You'll their mind to and they're gonNA have names well. We'll see about that. Where do we go going to be harder than I thought returns in a moment? Now I don't have to tell you homemakers how hard it is to come by an idea for a luncheon main dish that's easy delicious and different so. I think you'll be interested in this idea for wonderful crab meat rolls. All you do is mix crab meat diced celery and chopped hard cooked eggs together with miracle. Whip Salad dressing then just cut slices from the tops of the hard rolls scoop out part of the centers and stuff those crispy rolls with your delicious crab meat. Salad wonderful and just the thing for those Party lunches you have to plan now on them and so they'll be at their delicious best. Be Sure you make them with Miracle Whip Salad Dressing Miracle Whip has a flavor that's neither to sharp nor to mild it's a grand peppy flavor. That millions of folks called just exactly right and it's a truly different flavor because miracle whip is actually a different kind of salad dressing. It's made from a secret craft recipe that combines best qualities of old fashioned boil dressing and find mayonnaise and Delicious Miracle Whip is mixed special craft way so it smooth smooth can be no wonder miracle. Whip is America's favorite salad dressing. Enjoy it on your salads whether they're meat or fish combinations eligible vegetable salads or shimmering gelatine moulds. You'll enjoy your salads more with the one and only Miracle Whip. Let's get back to the great guiltlessly. He's having a little trouble getting Marjorie twins named after his side of the family broncos mother Mrs Thompson has some pretty definite ideas on the subject to and when an irresistible force like the water. Commissioner meets an immovable. Object like Mrs Thompson. Something has to give judge. I won't give each. I'm I think I can I do for you today. I don't know coke TV. I'm so hot under the collar. I don't need cigar. Smoke having trouble with modules inlaws. Pb new new kind of trump. Mrs Thompson and tell me what the name modules baby that. You're not GonNa get away with that. None of I can help it. She's used to having your way. What do you think I should do? Pd Commissioner you can turn off your water. Nope I guess. I'll just have to battle it out with her. There's an old saying nothing. Be as like a little honey. I'm not attracting bees. I'm arguing nose to nose with a Hornet and even pays it'd be nice to Hornet. I recall a disagreement. Pb and I had about naming a baby PV sisters child. I wanted to call the LAD. Quincy my middle name always wondered what the Cues Nineteen Twenty message. Pb On the other hand wanted name the boy. After great grandfather his name Lewd loot I made quite appoint a catering baby to get my way. And she was so impressed. She insisted we name. The Boy Quincy Name. Let's leave. I have an idea about a name. I family never did use blue. You have twins you could call the by. Luton girl flute not serious musical named. That's the silliest suggestion I ever heard you don't have to take it. I guess you'd like the name not wanting they could do worse. I wouldn't oh my goodness. Pvc A pretty shrewd campaigner. I think I'll take his advice and play up to Mrs Dancer. I might even invite her over for. I pass football now. I WanNa Phone Mrs Stamps. You want to of course I wanted to come to dinner. You want to come to dinner. Yes been much too long says. Mr and Mrs Thompson had been to our house for pleasant evening. That's a pleasant evening. Leroy go outside and kick you football. I WanNa hear you invite Mrs Thompson what I can't get a good. I'll get over here and a little fried chicken flattery. Lottery winner over. You got to know how to handle women phone. I take I think I no off this morning. I've been thinking hit. I and I want to invite you over for dinner. Commodity Right Chicken. I don't know what to say Mr Gildersleeve. This is very nice of you around. Sevenish seventy thirty. Well I suppose you May. Yes yes you may thank you for the invitation. Mr Gildersleeve good Weather Misty Gildersleeve. You remember him he's Marjorie Dunkel or of course he's the one who's married to our son. Bronco yes Mr Gillis wants to come to dinner tomorrow night and I want to go you want to go and I think the new twins will be given names from us of the Family Times. I don't understand what you're talking about. We'll Mr Gildersleeve is such an egotistical man. I think a little Saturday will win him over. I thought we were going over there. We are Yes yes tomorrow night. Set a trap for that big water buffalo. My I thought we were going to kill this leads but then table looks nice tonight thirty. Thank you sir. Is the chicken coming? Okay I put the wings and next back in the refrigerator. Good reserve serving the thompsons. Nothing but the choice peden very thompsons getting all the choice pieces I decided. We ought to be more congenial. Now that the twins are here and they still haven't been named you know now after a good dinner when we were all contented and happy we may get around and choosing nate. Yes pretty hard to bite the hand that just Jiffy Birdie. I'm not trying to influence anybody unduly not up to meet. A name is reach twins. Now sit up the Mrs Thompson either. I have ideas about it. Yes is Mrs Dan yes it so we'll see if we can get the other after dinner and it's pretty hard to bite the hand and just say I wonder if Mrs Thompson's is smart as birdie longest Gildersleeve good evening. What's in the box and the piano? That's a cut shot. I thought I'd pin it on your mother when she comes over. You bought a side for mother. Mr Gildersleeve you feel alright. Never Better rankle after dinner. You think we could ask your mother to play the piano and sing. Yeah sure he I want Mrs Thompson do enjoy evening Mister Thompson. Too early I sleep on my coat and welcome he leroy. He's putting on a tie like you told. Oh yes new housing gum ride in ankle. Your parents are here mother. Dad Oh yeah let me take you. Take Your father's go. I'll help Mrs Johnson out of hers. Thank you Mr Gildersleeve. You're always such a gentleman you and I have something very lovely lady. Yes course is really deserves beautiful. I always say this. Oh I have something for you to give dear. Miss Together the mice. Agha's this lever boxes. A spokesman thank you wonder if they're loaded. Let's everybody sit down its mother Thompson. You sit here with me. Well it certainly is nice to see the two families together. Yes isn't it. What are we going to argue about naming the baby? I didn't think we discussed left reading some chicken after all much to talk about. Leslie says is decided. No wait a minute. I have something to say about this. This League Martha gave you cigar. 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How To Handle Sexual Harassment With Online Training Clients #35

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How To Handle Sexual Harassment With Online Training Clients #35

"Coming. Up on the online twin who show this is quite interesting. One of the ways that sexual harassment can present itself for you know in the online trainings fear is through progress pictures at the client and chooses to send maybe in the nude. And this can be something we can come across as totally innocent like ours like I didn't think anything of it. So I didn't think that you would mind. So sorry but then it's Kinda like well no, that's not right. Hello welcome to the online twain of show where we make sense of the online fitness world and help build you. Business Andrew doing life and have some fun while you're doing it I'm Jonathan. Goodman one you co host and I'm excited that you're here. Thanks for listening to this podcast is made possible by viewers like you except you not viewers your. Listeners Okay. Well, I guess would sponsors You know we started online business a couple of weeks ago and as as the leaders and online fitness business education for a lot of us we got to know all of the software companies inside and out. We have been working with them. I've been an adviser advised every major software company. So when it came time for us to build our system. I wanted to choose the one that we were going to work with the software program that we work with. That was going to be the right combination of ease of use We're going to onboard a lot of coaches very quickly to work without clients. We've got on five at the beginning, but we wanted to build a system. We could bring a lot coaches so. Very, very quickly. So it had to be really easy to use and to have the kind of automation had had the data that we. Needed in, there had to have an ANDROID APP in goes out and and so we decided to use PT. Distinction. and. It's not just because you know they were sponsors for show we decided to use after the options for what we need best and. Really really have been loving. So I can't recommend P. T. distinction enough if you're looking for online training software and normally they give a thirty day trial Feta check out the system but what they've done special for us in listeners show. So that's you is giving you guys a sixty day trial. So basically doubled their trial period really to make sure you love them. One of the things I love about that is it's not like a coupon code. It's nothing right like they're putting skin in the game like they're basically willing to let you try you everything they have for free for sixty is knowing that you're gonNA love it. So that you keep using it and that to me is a testament to just their own belief in the quality of their system, and that's one of the things that I look for. But I want to kick it to for a second when you one of our coaches in online trainer coaching Janda, and so you just owed it using the system why out two weeks ago and got in south. Hey Finding it so fun. You know it's It's very much like a like a like a pair of shoes for kid you know you can grow into what I love about is how simple it is at the French come up with that yeah, just. What does the analogy that I think that analogy was so perfect What you're talking about and I know you just came up with that on the spot I, idea. But but it is it is you know grow into it. So it it works at every level is what I'm finding out because I'm a little bit more complex as trainer I've been online training for a while saw been around been around the block as say, and one great thing about the distinction is it can go from simplicity to sort of explicit detail in a short amount of time. If you need more detail if your expert programming PD distinction, make sense for you if you're new to programming. PT Distinction is great for he's got a great library. So I love the fact that it will it will grow along with your training business. That's one of my one of my favorite things about it so far having engaged with it for only a few weeks. So you know I gotta Say I don't support your choices Jonathan we all know that but in this case. I'm willing to say possibly that you didn't make an error. There we go. So guys let listening and you want to get going with with that deal that special deal for extinction. Ignorant of the show notes this episode or just go straight to online trainer dot com slash P. TD and you'll see this coupon code just into it and check out and you'll get the sixty days to check it up next I, want to talk about the online trading academy for a moment. If I do with you guys. We, don't mind. What are you go? So the online trading academy and a lot has been happening with the quarantine. A lot has been happening with Kobe. A lot of people are talking about online training talking about how to do online training, what they're missing simply cart. Is The let of experience there are some things that you simply can't learn effectively quickly and if you're a Instructor if you somebody putting together curriculums. One thing that I've learned is that it takes a lot of time because no matter how good a system or strategy is you've got to kind of watch that strategy go into the world in be used for like a year plus minimum in order to actually get any reliable information from it, and this is what we provide you guys with the online trade academy. This is not something that we've put together overnight. We've been around since two thousand thirteen. Forty plus experts contributed to this. We had the senior coast development from Yale University do an independent audit on the learning styles of this. Just as one example, we've actually had multiple academic independent audits. We've had over thirty thousand people like go through this you know battle tested proven in eighty seven countries and all along the way iterative on an improved upon in ways that to be quite honest you probably can't really even tell if you're going through it you know what makes a great program is not stuff that you notice what makes a great program is conflict going with it things that you you're applying you're making use of the stuff is you're going without really even knowing just how powerful that stuff is. Then you look back at it a few years down the line like. Man They, prepared me for this. and. So I would love it. If you guys were to join us for the online trading academy, see all about I. Mean we've Got Guarantee Ian. No if it like we put on money while I'm man online trainer Dot Com Slash Academy sign up going into as little as seven dollars a month for twelve months we given to you that you will make a minimum thousand dollars with your online training business within ninety days of rolling it will give you your money back I. Tested out take. And and we'd love to work with you. That's the online trainer county online trainer dot, com Slash Academy we'd love to work with. Trainers. Trainer show we should have a podcast. So today guys I don't know if you saw the news, but but there was a big announcement today in our slack channel. Though the success of the podcast, she was it. was. Big, enough. We hit another success marker. Would what do we do? We? Do we number three? In fitness. In Lithuania. Right. He going smash. Up they know it's up shut up at the winning now now, Jonathan I was I was listening to so first of all I don't full transparency I. Don't know what we say on the podcast like people ask me what we've said and I don't know. I don't. I don't even know what we've said on the PODCASTS that we're recording lights later on this podcast gas, they'll be some reference and Johnson, will say something like Ren. I literally just said the and I won't know. So I'm listening to the being by Jonathan listened last podcast when air today got a crazy Jonathan Goodman story about sleeping in a cave in. Thailand or something. Okay. By centipede or something Abbey you got bitten that. There was a fungus that you Dr Alison yet. So my question is. We actually it wasn't the fun. Well, we we did catch a fungus. Has the fungus auto his shoulder to put like a black light on it? She still has been. But we. Parasite infection on that same trip on an island code fuqua in. It took us a year and a half to get to get that out of their system. You've gotta you've gotTa, have like immunity to so many poisonous insects and plants after all the incidents Yvette. I'm legit. You don't. You just don't get sick. Lithuania story like did you sleep bitten a both Ed and Lithuania with a children's orchestra the. But I did I did look into the numbers. And what I discovered was that we have to listen those in. Lithuania. Way Tie for third place in. First place has five listeners and second diving into the number. We are so taking them down. I'm just saying like my competitive selfless like bristles. Would go through mania so like if anybody. Wants to move to Lithuania to. Bump the numbers. Would be. Given numbers moving. That'd be. That'd be moving the moving section of the. Other News. The other news actually is a new product that we're GONNA be coming up which is ot L. that's right. That's right we we spark connection. Connection. There was no it to at least twice in last week. I was notified. That people met the loves of their life because of the teachings in the online trainer. One of the things that we encourage you to do was just talked to people because I feel like humans don't talk to other humans these days in maybe the most marketing you'll ever do is like, hey, why don't you actually talk to somebody say what about all these funnels? What about all these ads like maybe you should just like talk to a human brain. So we give this it's I call it a strategy. Literally, we tell you to message five people and say, hi. That's like that's actually it's a need to take on ketamine of me like that's what we tell you to do. And so these people. These two women message people who they knew at one point and they will both I think childhood friends I want somebody they went to school if one. Again and and now they're both engaged to get married and so this woman posted it. No facebook group that she met the love for life because of. And so now for a low low price of two, hundred, ninety, nine dollars. That's right. We are officially releasing. Of Online trainer love we're going to go for all the letters of the drought every letter every. On The phone we're going to do. Phones Zena Fo- baby online trading zookeepers. Online trader moving, we gotTA move some Romanian soliciting to boost the numbers. We'll come out we'll pack up the house you know, put the piano way the cat dog whatever you got. Your you know. In his his part OT AL come out personally I will lounge seeing. Your wedding reception and the love boat if you if you live in certain states in the united. States. When would become an ordained ministers Ryan. We need it. That's that's that's the next. That's the next ot ot certification TM. Bryn Jones. Fortress. I on Ran Jones from Schreyer's. Aboard we're expecting you. Bowl. Soon will be making another run on their. Allowances your wheel we'll look at Benchley. Here's here's we're thinking and I've talked to. Jonathan excessively about this eventually. Bunch of Eventually, there's going to be like Disney. Amazon, and then PT DC and those three entities will own everything in the world and we're going to chop down at alphabet. We're GONNA do everything here at is added as we've got, we've got supplier for plus stores are. We do we we have a pledge stories we've got. Ot is is is stay care of cheap online. Toys we got to handle. We need some hair products. I don't know about that anyway today I'm speaking of today's subject. Is One, that Lindon I know very little about. and. Today's subject is a what did you and your sexually who has to buy online. oldies flows. So it's GonNa be it's GonNa be intense. One. And I'm really looking forward to hearing what Kerley on amber has and I didn't introduce the show properly. So I guess I'll do that. Let's all right. Do Embers Not Mba's kid script do what amherst says. Hello, my name is Jonathan Goodman and welcome to the online trainer show to episode thirty, five, I think, and we're talking about what to do when you sexually harassed by online clients. A deep one guys. Than so here We digging deep for this one today but but it needs to be talked about it doesn't. It needs to be talked about because talked to by two men where. The two women on the podcast are actually allowed to get in a word edgewise right? Right. BE A. appropriate. We're GONNA talk incessantly about how we think you should relate to the subject ratings. and. Then consider ourselves and then we may let you add sprinkle in a word or two. Go well. Anecdotes. Episode of the online training ship. Public uproar in, Lithuanian. To, take we. decided it was time to kick it and NETAPP out at the same time on the same token caroline have split off on their own. And important show. has blasted off the. OFF THE ON SO SO CATALINA I obviously, you're probably GONNA provide us much more insight here in AMAS will but I. I Never WanNa pass up the opportunity to dig into your personal life before we get started on any subject. It's it's some people are tuning in just for that. I realized that right it no, totally so IT IS A. Fascinating. So so what's what's going I can't imagine what's going on now space. So long as soon like five days. Only what your turn around for us in two days is incredible I if I have to be perfectly on, is like in all the glamour that is my life. Of course right now, my living room is a shit show off laundry and mismatch toddler Saux, and it's like my entire wardrobes have exploded because school starts tomorrow and you know we're digging out the kid clothes don't fit anymore. You know this leaves that go up to the elbow that's not going to cut it anymore so. Very fascinating and I know you wish you. Had We talked about. It the amount of socks that lease of. How lead go? Where do they go? What happens to them? What do they transform into? There's gotta be like a portal to a different dimension we and they're all partying in a different you know world, and then we're here wondering what the heck happened because it's just you cannot believe the amount of mismatch socks why why do you come back with one sock tile? Why not just even to the laundry it's like I know I, put both socks in this machine. And now, like that's no order everything out of the machine. And I didn't do anything put it on the bed. I left it there for four days. Hoping that somebody else do it. Right, and then this is actually legitimately what my wife does the laundry on the floor and I never do it in she just she actually picks it up. And put it on the bed. My side of the bed. Anymore. I can't like picking up. Your problems, John Ben not going away. So I know that I put it on the floor. I know that it system for four days and I know that my wife takes a same pile and puts it on my side of the bed what would seem to me to do it will I can't sleep that night and I'm not going to be that guy you sleep on the couch because he doesn't want to do is laundry like that's why go to. Like. Boundaries. Like how three individual socks? IDEA. No idea and I think every parent can relate here. So if you have any tips of all, wear those damn socks go let us know kiss baffling. Irony. To know where those stem socks go. Let us know will put it on the show own. Here we go. Howdy Ho here we go. Do you like. Say That not going to be a no. No. I'm wearing mismatched toddlers shots right now. So Ironic medium plan that as a dosage is just the it's just a synergy of the. Train show. So let we got us which ears here. You should go more sloth I should go more slow but you know Amerson no, and she runs this show so. I guess we'll just have to go. So. Let's change the flow over the Carolina. So Catalina This is something that's common in an in person settings reiten now I can save from the male perspective. I have I have had this experience in the in person setting of a of of our industry in coaching pretty common in Sala a saw post I can't remember which group I think it was online tonight where young lady said that something was was it now when amherst somebody says something inappropriate Line yeah you. Okay. Okay. Fit Pros Unite where the gentleman said you know. Something effect the please don't wear those pancer those shorts or something because I, have trouble. And we're talking about what? What yet this wasn't anybody in the group. This was signing. It was one of. Them Yeah. What? Yeah, she has facility and she took on a new mail client and. After their first session and she got a request from him not to wear form fitting. leggings anymore because it was distracting him. That is Yuk. So she was just looking for feedback as to whether that was really her responsibility or how to deal with it. nope. Not loved about that bread was how Quick. was like to smackdown that client for sure smuggled playoff but it's a hard thing to do it really easy to save behind you keyboard when that's up to somebody else. Here's what you do. Tell that guide to ghost like. Oh. Yeah. He's clearly you need to say like. Young but. How do you do? How do you? How breach that how that coming because his here's my issue with this and what I think is really hard is that push knows where you work, they know where you are all the time. A situation like that at our house was somebody who is doing. General contracting work. Across. The road. Just like chatting with Kelvin and then he came back I think it was the next day you something like in his regular clothes and like walked across start talking to her. It was in this case, it was innocent. He basically went and like outside of his company and was back at that posted house to. To do some other work that was like cash work and that post them wasn't home to let them in they were running late and so we saw allison's came chuck but she was like she was a little bit I mean a little bit. Of A freaky thing because. This is where I live. You know you can't. You can't get away from that. So what do you? What do you do? I'm really love that you're asking this because this is a legitimate concern for women and whenever we're phased in a situation in which we have to turn down a man. There's. A split second decision of how much in how much danger are you going to put yourself by saying? No by saying, stop it by saying I don't appreciate that you. Especially, if you know the person if they seem off if something like you're getting led by Gary and so we do tend it's very common for us to rebirth to Kinda like that. Just Kinda like laughing Gabai, and because that feels safe. But at the same time I'm telling you as a woman who has this before you hate yourself for having to respond by because in reality you WanNa, tell them off and you WanNa tell you. The light-hearted way hot. Yeah. Yeah. Because that that feels like the safe thing to do but it's not authentic because you're angry you're upset you're creeped out and you wish you could say those things without putting yourself in potential harm's way. So it's super tricky and there is no right answer and I think the most important thing to take away from that for any women listening who have. been in this kind of situation, the response that you have in the moment, but keep you safe. That is the correct response. It's okay. It doesn't matter. You don't need to beat yourself up for if you should have been harsher if you had. If you had only been clear the first time around, you can't always predict how your instinct is going to kick in when you're in that moment. Later you can kinda like in hindsight, you can start practicing different responses that you can maybe use next time when you feel more prepared and more assertive totally fine. But if you do face a situation like that, however it is that you respond that kit you save. That's okay. Don't be what what, what would be your What would be your advice to? This woman who I mean she was in the gym source online, but she was in the gym with a client and it was, I, think it was the first session with a new client and he said a next time don't wear those sites. It's distracted me. what would be the appropriate like not necessarily in the moment but how would you suggest that that's responded to doubt with? Yet so I think the first step here is that you as a as a woman who is in this situation you sit with yourself and you define for you what you want to happen next do you want to just make your boundaries clear? Okay. Do you feel so uncomfortable that you no longer want to work with this client at all that's also a fair option. So I a full sit with yourself and figure out where you want. To go from this and now wants that you know that you take the next step. So for example, if I'm so uncomfortable that I, don't wish to work with him at all because I'm so creeped out and this is just awkward now than I would be up front about lake comment was out of place it was unprofessional I did not feel comfortable and I no longer feel comfortable working with you. So here are three names of three colleagues that you can. You know I'm happy to refer you to their all dudes. They're all men right and and that's like. You know be on your way. How happy life. Be Done with it, and that's okay and on the other side if you sometimes we put up with more that we want to because we need the income, it's a reality and it's a really really shady reality but it's true and I'm never gonNA look down on a woman who has to kind of like take on certain things that she would rather you know she wishes she had the power to just like shut down the person but because of income situations you need to put up with it at least for now. That's okay too. I would never kind of like. Victim blame somebody for for being in that situation financial situation. So if you want to continue working with a person and you want to establish your boundaries, then you say precisely that right like, Hey, you know what? Last session when you made the comment that was really awkward and uncomfortable for me. So in order for this professional relationship to be able to continue, I'm just going to ask you to no longer refer to any shape or form of how I. Look my body looks what my clothes like. The way that you react is your responsibility and I am holding you to that responsibility. So I've got questions and serve. Ghetto amber either one I've got to I got to specific wet words number one and I like to get an answer from from both of both of you ladies number one can that genie back in the bottle? Ones. That things out right. Can you even put it back to Knight. It's like kissing, your professor at college like. Can you recover them. Speak to kissing the professor part I can speak. Late General I mean. It's like they're in a space. Can you put the genie back in the bottle I WANNA know I ran? Why do and if there's a story to that I know? Of No I've got no story that I can share here. But no, but seriously like I can only like from the male perspective. I'm so I'm so the end. Of that personality. For. Like how will go out of my way to be sure that there's not even the slightest inkling You. Dow But something yet. None of it, but I couldn't imagine tripping over my own male testosterone poisoning. Will you know what it is? You know what it is I think and bring it back. The male, the male perspective we don't feel physically threatened. I think to a large extent. I was I was I was actually asked multiple times when I travelled, but you don't build. And it was. It was stuff like I mean, the neighborhood that I trained in was a very affluent neighborhood in. Toronto where. This is just how the situation was. There was a lot of very wealthy women who were stay at home to wealthy men who worked right long hours and had women on the side and traveled a lot in the women would just looking for basically anything else and so just due to the nature of the neighborhood. There was a lot of swingers parties there was I mean it was we had people who had to leave Jim because of. Maine. In the facility members and stuff like that ghetto and we actually had to like like we had to as train sometimes go to people will just be like, Hey, I know this is happening these people uncomfortable being in the facility with UN immoral like kind of it's not. Like we to deal with some stuff and I was I was invited to fish bowl parties where if anybody does know what that is basically. I do. Watch a lot of TV late. On The southern side of the by-catches totally confused as to what we're about to hear Ariane. Cody is is where Your. Couples go to a party. And and men take the watch or their co keys and they put it in a Fishbowl Aman all the women come and they pick one out and whoever they pick out his like their opponents for that evening. and. Visit Canadian thing they're really confused right now this is a this is a rich people like me Oh boy thing. Swinger communities who are in and they're like, well anyway. So we just. Because, we don't King Chamie either. Shaped. The other person's permission and it totally cool. What you want to do is it gets my point in this before we get back to you guys who I mean really deal with the brunt of it is. I encountered it. And it was it was it's interesting looking back because I encountered things that were failure votes sexual harassment by women when I was when I was training on the floor and. I never once felt in any way threatened or Brian. At whereas a woman you do there's always that you know that little thing in the back of your head is like Oh. My God is he gonNa Follow me to my car and the. Does he know where I live like I'm Gonna I'm GonNA, start wearily running into him at coffee shops or whatever like it's like you can be physically overpowered and that's very scary. So yes, there is definitely an element of keeping yourself safe. I think an important step logistics wise. Whenever situation of harassment occurs is that for your own safety as a trainer whether you're a Male or female you want to document exactly what happened the interaction with as much detail as you can. You can record yourself telling the story you can write it out in an email whatever is easiest for you but you need some tangible proof of date that time where you were standing who else was in the gym of everything everything that you can have because then. if this is a situation in which this client in particular has a tendency to behave this way often either with you or with others as well. Having said of proof is it just works in your favor and you can't really trust your memory. You do tend to forget things you know memories do tend to get jumbled a little bit. So US fresh as you have. It in your head writer down record yourself saying the story and share it with administration or whoever else needs to be aware of this because you don't do that alone either so so such a great great tip that I. Never even thought about you know piggybacking off John said you know it's it's much more the pool boy in the lifetime movie situation for Male Trainer A. Funny Low. Mrs Johnson you're always so vic-. But you're never feel physically threatened like I'm never wondering if someone knows where apart your followed me home or something like that because there's so many horror stories but but I want to return back to the earlier question no because I think this is I think it's an important question like are there incidents where this happened? And you just go back to normal with the client. Any you you you you you know you have a conversation You know an in things turn out happily ever after after that, you have a great working relationship is that something in your minds that? Possible. I'm GonNa let amber add onto those out of like a personal situation that I did how with with a client I can tell you that you know you can go buy you reestablish your boundaries. They can be air in every shape and form like super apologetic and understanding that they totally messed up, and this is never going to happen again and never do it again like really hold themselves to that, and still you're always going to have that little thing. You gotTa keep your your extra alerts around this dude, because he already did it once, and if I if there's ever like any extra situation like you, you're next roller which really sucks because the last thing that you want to feel like you have to be extra cautious with your own clients in your own space of work because of something stupid like that. But that's that's to bid on. Ben Because they were the ones lake that's ability you can you can you know one's wrong you you know you can ring. Right, like no, you can't it. There's always going to be like an extra caution there even if if the professional relationship continues if you choose to do so there's always something left an amber what say ye? He says. In context is important and it depends on really what happened in this specific example that we talked about from the. Group I mean there's no question that that was boundary testing to see what he could get away with. It's not like he was trying to flirt and then got shot down and he's like okay and then like return to normal and you know if he was nineteen twenty, you know a little bit of credit of being young and dumb and not. Not Knowing. To be more careful in learning curve. But what caroline is saying is true I mean no matter what you're always going to be a little extra guard about everything from what you say how you stand how you position yourself what you share. Especially, talking about in context of online specifically I find it interesting because the really good thing but online training people are willing to be more open. So we learn so much more about our clients because there's safety in distance, and so they're more willing to dig deep into the the raw vulnerable this of their lives. That same time is if you're working with someone potentially. That might be interested. Then there's also the safety. Oh, what are they going to do if I say something appropriate or send something inappropriate Sweden, there's kind of a higher chance of that happening. It feels like to me anyway. So I mean context is important but at the end of the day, you have to trust your gut that's not gonNA sign ministerial. Cultural differences. Potentially come in online a lot more I mean locally I mean the could still be culturally cultural differences for me knock been. North Carolina there's not too many different cultures but in in in places like, Toronto we're not really very either there's only like. But places like. Tell people in ship people basically films out. The cultural. Center of Cultures Catalina sensitive to cultures Caroliina in the mayor's office. And so. I I mean. It is it is possible that locally there's going to be some contra differences but one thing that becomes very jolly when you travel when you really get to know people God. Is. Just how ingrained and acceptable whether it's like except for not by standards totally of conversation but how acceptable it is by that local culture standards. To actor speak a certain way they might not mean anything. I wouldn't say that. I. Wouldn't say that they might not mean anything by might be perfectly acceptable. Yeah I would hurry. They are used to getting away with it right? Like I mean Mexican culture is a perfect example android and they're like, Leno. Mexican culture now. Just no, it very misogynistic and patriarchal structure for sure and so but then you know again even with context and everything like you as a person, you have your own inner intercom. So anything that feels off, you need to listen to that and you need to honor that for yourself. If. You think you online perhaps that. That comes in I, mean, I would not at all speak for you. Ember euchre Lena here. So you can you can respond to this and tell me what reaction to it, but it seems to me like. If you feel like it's potentially great like you're not quite sure I mean, maybe they think it's joke in it's OK food to be a joke whether it is objectively or not as a complete another question. But whether they believe that it's maybe a joke because of what they might be coming from. if if you communicate to them, just say look this is how I took that like is that something that you would do if you feel like they're not quite sure like they might not even be aware I mean I just the when we were traveling to Spain that could not believe the cheese? No, McKees knew how you pronounce it. Just the male auto was. Standards Disgusting I mean they wouldn't even look at Alison. It was an we with a nanny culture as well who? Knows, twenty nine years old from Texas at time they wouldn't even look at them. Right like like it was it was close but that was just. I mean, we're in the country. So like right I don't know how to deal with that. So Anyway, I'd love for you to respond to that and let me know what you think is I don't know what the answer is. I don't know that I know either I think that's a default zone. So much to like you know what is what feels right and what feels wrong for you. So because your level of tolerance for certain comments or jokes is going to be different to mind and that's based on past experiences but tangible pass trauma. Difficult situations like so it's so that's why we always say when you know we need to society just in general we need to default to, for example, not making comments about people's bodies right? Why? Because something that for us like I'm paying you a compliment or all? I. Was just joking are Oh, this is totally normal. We don't know the other person's story, and so we don't know what we're adding to that narrative when we come with our. allegedly. Just, totally normal comments like we can't be doing that. So in the same sense when guys are like, well, you know I was just like it was just like innocent flirting well, it's innocent to you, but it particularly not innocent to hurl. So when you just not. All as as a guy. I time changed a lot in the last fifteen twenty years of what's acceptable to say and do and what isn't even in a in a very progressive town, like Toronto. What you really like Canada's about as progressive as respectful. In and when I glue up high school even at the university even like until five or six years ago. It it was considered appropriate. To if you see that a woman has gone out of her way to focus on who appearance in some in some way to recognize it. And complimented verbalize that was that was like what you were supposed to. Wait and And now you're not now totally agree with you. Now you just don't notice it but you know I I wonder sometimes with Allison, we've had conversations about it. Light so with people close to you, we've had conversations about, hey, like like. How do you feel about these types of? How do you feel like? Do you want me to recognize it? Do you want me to appreciate you another ways? Like how does that? We've had those conversations, but you can have that with somebody. You love somebody you see every day. Aches I don't know how to act. With a stranger right I. still don't know I socially like how I. Ever, mentioned appearance in any way. I mean really like like don't. Like like I wanted to saying I want to be respectful I. Don't WanNa make anybody feel there. There are different ways of saint like for example, if you want to say to somebody you look grade like what is it? If you take a moment to analyze what is it that you're admiring about them? Do they look energetic? Do they super happy like are they bouncing with joy today than comment on like that's a beautiful way to to comment on a person's appearance because in the end, the way we feel inside usually is how we how we look in the. Kind of like projecting on the so comment on that is like you look so happy today might not like you look like tell me about this. What's this energy that I'm feeling from you? It's awesome and I want to know so sharing that that's that's a great way to to bring a compliment and I think well, if I can bring up. A little bit back to online training. A comment that I do want to make because I have heard this actually from my mail online trainer friends, and this is quite interesting. One of the ways that sexual harassment can present itself for you know in the online trainings fear is through progress pictures at the client chooses to send maybe in booed. And this can be something you know we can come across is totally innocent like Like I didn't think anything of it. So I didn't think that you would mind is so sorry but then it's kind of like well, no, that's not right. So so of course like it when you set out your business when you ask for progress pictures always specify like, oh beachwear is a great or shorts and top is a great choice Alex specify there, and if acclaimed does happen to cross that boundary and send you, you know quote unquote progress pictures in the bumper for your sake and for your own protection address, it do have a conversation about it could. Verbally over email because then you have a trail of you as a history of confronting and asking them to stop at because you never want to be in a position in which like well, this dude was fine with seeing me naked two months ago like right like you just. Don't ever want to be in that. No. I started harassment just. So you know guys for the for the men listening that is a form of sexual harassment. You do not have to tolerate it. You don't have to be funny about it. You can be firm established a boundary and do not let it and they could they could also. Come after you in certain ways towards if something little has if if the relationship has been shuttered. Documented, keep a folder on your computer. With with all of that time stamped just in case. I actually stopped who haven't been to a live event for a long time. But last the last year or so that I was going to live events before Koga hit. Obviously a lot of people will. Take pictures right and and after you speak a Lago, can I get a pitcher? Can I get a pitcher and and I won't touch a woman? I will. I will I will using the Anna reads. Like Stand Yeah. The floating hand right but he's just being respectful right life nuts if you look at photos of me from the last few events that I spoke up. It's exactly that I mean she might have own like laptop on my shoulder like me. But like I, I just don't want anybody to ever and I do want to get that. I meant anything by it like you gotta get ahead of this stuff. Yes. No, and right now I want to get ahead of those people listening being we're being like Oh my God. This political correctness. It's tearing the world. Dow can't even joke anymore. We can't even do any like listen if this is your only form of humor on comedy and joking then yeah style joking don't frigging do it anymore because we don't want it like no, it's not helpful. So seriously like get creative, find other ways of relating to people that do not involve sexually harassing them. Right. There so interesting Keto. Issue this. I hear this all. And you ever gave around them applause. But I hear this all this on you. You can't do this anymore everybody no actually you could never do. Eight, it was an acceptable always bad. Here. People just could not people couldn't wrap it up people just couldn't stop it stop from steamrolling other people who who were not able to defend themselves or speak out themselves. Yeah. But it was never a good thing. It did change. Cly People started sticking up for themselves. That's that's why it's wrong like ghetto say if that's if that's your playbook dump it. Does. Hiding. So we you know and also I like to make this point for the mail trainers out there because I can speak to this because I choose to work with women as a population you can learn how to better do your job and also respect your clients. If you choose to get the information cattle knows that girls gone strong molly kettle they've been asset to my business and learning being like what you can say you know then they have two girls going strong as publis extensive list out there male trainers of compliments you can give a woman that don't involve her body. Do the research to be a professional at your profession you learn better and then you do better you don't excuse the well I didn't know at that doesn't fly in. You know I'm I'm older than Jonathan. So back in my day to things that we say you know I think I'm twelve or thirteen years older. So back in my day, we were saying things like, Hey, Jimmy little's dame's on the block. Danes looks well so you can't say stuff like that. I was born in thirty scare. The nineteen. Thirties. This is great. I gotTA run. The show I gotta onto the call, but I just I just want to. 'em Burke for showing. Today, capsules, it'd be helpful to a lot of people admin it when. Kim. Fine absolutely. So winner wrap this thing up. You can find the show notes and all that stuff online training dot com slash podcast a special thanks to Catalina. Belmont is Amber Reynolds Amazon the Latte today was amazing. Forty percent more than she normally chat. She's exhausted. She's she's trapped out. She's GonNa need a sitter later. She all the energy here. But Hey, be sure to leave us a review guys in it and how it. Out especially, love to hear feedback about this episode. Yeah. The to this know I'm thinking this could be a good sort of follow-up topic for us after people get chance to absorb this episode you know if we can do like a follow up episode down the line about this you know sort of what they learned even if we have some feedback from the listeners who have other stories. Much to this new revelations that they had as as as a result of this episode, I think this is one of the one of the more necessary and actionable episodes that we've had because it's dicey out there at best in you know and what we know about the online community is that the internet sort of magnifies things right? If you're a third, you're like five times. That's the scientific formula. That's You know that's just kinesiology. Like if you're an awesome person, you're usually five pounds. The also person on the Internet you have a vehicle spread your awesomeness, but if you're a You're an asshole. People. Are Very brave from on keyboard. Now showing things they would not showing Parson saying things to women that they would not say in person you know it's it's it's a minefield it it really does. It really does exacerbate everything. That's my big word for today. Jingle Jangle that's that's all we got today tune in next time for episode thirty something whatever it is. Thirty, five, thirty, four who knows. But thanks for tuning into the any online trainer show Jingle. Single go. By. To the on my trainers. Trainers. Trainer show. This is the online trainer show we shouldn't in. PODCAST.

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NPR News: 02-24-2020 4PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 8 months ago

NPR News: 02-24-2020 4PM ET

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh. Governments around the globe. Were imposing new restrictions on public gatherings in venues to keep the corona virus from spreading it's having a ripple effect on world markets on Wall Street stocks tumbled today on fears at the Corona virus outbreak. Could grow into a global pandemic. Here's NPR's Scott horsely for weeks now the US stock market had seen largely immune to corona virus shocks but not anymore grow in clusters of infections outside China in South Korea. Italy and Iran have markets worried. The outbreak won't be contained and the economic damage will be worse than had been expected. South Korea is a major export to the. Us supply not only finished goods but also components used by manufacturers of electronics computers and cars a growing number of cases in Italy also raises fears. The virus could spread throughout Europe with the continents open borders investors. Now say it increasingly likely that the Federal Reserve may be forced to cut interest rates in response to the widening outbreak. Scott horsely NPR news Washington. The Dow is down one thousand thirty points at last check or three and a half percent at twenty seven thousand nine hundred sixty one Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty on at least two counts including third degree rape and Criminal Sexual Assault New York City. Jury has found the former movie. Mogul not guilty. On two charges of predatory sexual assault and another count of rape. He's been convicted of crimes against two women in two thousand six and two thousand thirteen Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Junior says. It is a new day for survivors. Who Resist speaking out for fear. They'll be re victimized when they take the stand trial. I hope that with this verdict It will become more obvious that those kinds of attacks on the on the survivors and victims were there on the stand Making it seem when it gets all their fault. We'll be realized as legal tax. That just simply are no longer. Put Work in this day and age Harvey Weinstein faces a possibility of twenty five years in prison. After Saturday's caucuses in Nevada. Where Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won handily all eyes now turn to the next primary on the calendar and that's South Carolina here's NPR's Tamra key former vice president. Joe Biden has essentially staked his candidacy on being able to win the strong support of black voters in South Carolina where they make up a significant share of the electorate so has billionaire philanthropist. Tom Steyer but here's the thing about Carolina. The primary comes just three days before Super Tuesday when delegate rich states including California Virginia Massachusetts and Texas althought fourteen states and all plus Democrats brought. That means the candidates can't just take up residence in South Carolina until the primary. They're holding events all over the place but they will all return to South Carolina Tuesday for the latest televised debate. This is NPR. Several basketball greats including Michael Jordan Kareem Abdul. Jabbar attended a memorial service in downtown Los Angeles today in memory of their friend. Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and other victims the helicopter crash last month. Npr's wildly psycho towel was inside staple center and has this report. The memorial service began with singer beyond say performing one of Kobe. Bryant's favourite songs after a number of speeches. Brian's wife Vanessa got a standing ovation when she spoke about her daughter Jonah and her husband her emotional tribute had many in the audience crying outside of Staple Center. Therese Jackson of Georgia's said he need a ticket to honor. The memory of his role model is more personal. I don't have to go around people in more emit more than the basketball the whole his whole mindset. Some I took as a kid and it helped me. All proceeds from the event will go to the Sport Foundation. Brian started Doi- Cy Kowtow. Npr News Los Angeles Katherine Johnson. The mathematician depicted in the award winning film hidden figures about trailblazing. Black Women in the early years of the space program has died. Mrs Johnson was one hundred one years old. She grew up in the segregated. South graduated high school at Fourteen and earned dual degrees in college. Johnson made her market Nelson calculating the flight path for America's first space mission and the first landing on the moon a few years ago Johnson was presented with Presidential Medal of freedom. The nation's highest civilian honor this is NPR news.

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The Rack Extra: Total Bellas Season 4 Episode 8

The Rack Radio Show

15:28 min | 1 year ago

The Rack Extra: Total Bellas Season 4 Episode 8

"The. And welcome to the wreck extra views right here on wall, talk radio dot com. He's rock. I'm Lindsay, and we are back with episode eight of total Bellas and this. This was this was not the most exciting episode. I have to say just read out of the gate. No. It was not. This was again. This was I feel like another filler episode. This is on the road to ever Lucien. And we're seeing really the final say the final count to it. Merthyr choices were made to the citizens were brought up and we learned different things about different people. We learn things about Nikki, Bella how she's a perfectionist throughout this episode. She showed off her perfectionist side. Whether it was the axe throwing where she took the final lesson before throwing act. So she could be the first one hit the Bower haven't stick. And then her training and everything that she had to have everything. Perfect. And then. What we've always known Brie Bella and hurt in the slice of nece, which you would think because she's all or you wouldn't think as she's always. So sure of herself if she wouldn't be as indecisiveness, she wasn't this ups owed though, but you see throughout the numbering all offense, and they talked about, you know, the all the different homes. They lived in the have a home in Washington where they've lived two months total. They've have in Phoenix with they got rid of they running in San Diego. And now they want to leave San Diego 'cause that reasons. Well, they pointed out that, you know, they only moved back to San Diego to be with Nikki right that Nikki broke up with the X and she needed a place to sort of heal and rejuvenator self and that was San Diego, so free and Brian birdie all packed up the car, and they through the dogs in with them. And they drove up Arizona having sold their house to move in essentially with Nikki like this house. They rented. Did was designed so Nikki could live with them. I mean that that was the whole intent. And this is they bring it up again. This is not the first time the brim Bryan have dropped everything for Nikki. She to go live with her. Yeah. The original premise of the show was the Brian embrago to live with Seila, Nikki that was the regional thing the show, and they bring up how breeze like I'm so happy. We didn't buy that house in Florida. I had to laugh at that. It's horrible to laugh at it. But I had to laugh at it. Because it's true. It's true. One thing of note on the build up to Evelyn one person who was very influential for them was Paul Heyman poly in the house. That was cool. That was very cool of cool. We had sushi sushi making class 'cause reasons and again Nikki's perfectionism came out she to have the perfect sushi roll. And this where we learned the the thing about Brian in this episode. He's a bit of a slow driver. He's slow is a so try raise a slow talker. Slow slow thinker everything he does is slow all we know is slow at something else to cookies or not his. Thank you, total bills for teaching that about any Brian. Yes. The man likes his foreplay. What can I say? There's nothing wrong with that more men should like foreplay anyway. Yes. So you we have a cute moment between bream Brian where they're like going back and forth and Brian's purposely drying, very slow. He's moving very slow and breach. Like God, David Brian. You're gonna get us it, and he's like what me. No, no, never. And she just like get out of the car. I'm driving. And that he she asked him for for her purse, and he's like hold on here here. Here took forever to give it to her. Then on the opposite end, they go go karting later in Rhode and he's the fastest. And she spite of spy, and she was the slowest and JJ thought it was goat carting. Yeah. Not go. Karting? Goat curbing. It's like, okay. All right. But they were all pissed at Nikki at that point because Nikki had decided, well, I'm gonna go double train forever Lucien. They let the boys going. Shame. Shame. Shame. Which was funny. It's funny. But I mean, it's like I can see see here's the thing. I can see both sides of it because Nikki this is very important to her. This matter is being in the main event, and she's taking it very very very seriously. She's training incredibly hard to be ready for it. And she wants to be ready for it. So it's too. I can see that side of it her doing extra work outs. And sacrificing time with her family doing all that. That's I can respect that on a lot of levels. But at the same time at some point. Point you have to take breather. You have to stop for just a second and go, you know, what? Hey, I'm gonna go. Go karting with my family, or I'm gonna go do this or I'm just gonna chill or I'm gonna take a moment to myself, and relax and sort of get you know, let my batteries recharged. Because part of what happens is when you push yourself that hard. If you don't take that breather. We kinda see what happens later in the episode which is Mickey sitting there, and she's physically mentally just exhausted from all the work that she's put in all the work all the work. So it's you do have to take those moments of, you know. Yeah, I need to go train. But you know, what? Maybe I just take a breather. Maybe I don't go for that. Second trading section, and I just you know, meditate or do yoga or do something else to recharge my body. Recharge my brain just rest, and relax, and and do what I need to do to take care of myself because what's the point of doing all that work and doing the thing if you can't enjoy it? Other things that happen on the show. We learned that at super showdown free were her gear backwards looked weird. And then she wore two different way on TV. The moms like you wearing your your your boat on your front. She's like, no, no. I'm actually wearing it. Right. This time while they do things backwards in Australia, even wearing gear. So that seeks some we're sticking to it. Yeah. All right. But one of the big themes was of the show was there was talk of their storyline on rawal continuing past I've Aleutian to survivors, and maybe beyond because the crowds eating it up. And they're doing it. We got the whole he'll bell thing. We got the bedroom joke and everything like that. They cut the word seem out of it, by the way. Yeah. Yeah. Those were clear. Yeah. Oh, but they left John in there. But you had to. Yeah. Do because otherwise it doesn't make sense. But yeah, they some very clever editing there, but it was breeze really indecisive about what she wants to do whether she wants to even continue. And that was the theme. The show she the trying to figure out whether she wants to continue and where they have to live Brian. He was dealing with an internal struggle because she's never she mentioned. She never they never had a home that was a home when she was growing up. They were always going place to place to place to place. They were never found it, but she never felt settled. And that's what she has right now. She doesn't feel settled with the home she has chosen because she's never had it and Brian the opposite. And you really got a good insight into how things are with them. You see what different worlds they really do. Come from incense, it Brian grip in a very stable sorta family environment that his mom always made sure that they lived in the same house. They were supported their loved him saying that Brian Nikki's mom didn't. But their mom, you know, because you know, because of what she was doing in her life. They were moving around a lot. So they didn't live in anyone place, particularly long. So they weren't able to settle down roots? That's why breeze. Capable really doing what she's doing for Nikki and just picking up moving at a moment's notice. Because that's what she's done her whole life. She's used to it. Brian hasn't done that. So for him. It's a little bit more of a struggle in with them having birdie he wants to settle down and have roots. So that way birdie has roots. And she has that family house as she grew up in and she's known all her life, and he wants to give that to his daughter. And I think ultimately breed us as well. I think she's just struggling with letting go of other things, including a wrestling career recyc- all we've heard about his his comeback in how it's been a failure for her. And she's just really struggled with it emotionally and physically because it wasn't as easy to has been in the past. She just she hasn't been able to just come back and everything snaps into place in it's perfect. She struggled and with that has brought a certain clarity in terms of. Well, what do I really wanna get out of this? Am I getting what I want? And should I really go on because we find out that, you know, they've been told hey, you want to carry this well past I've Lucian we wanna go saviour series. With this. We wanna do this. We want to do that and breeze just like. Right. Maybe. And so ultimately, she Umbrians down, and they have a talk about what they want, and you know, 'cause they're talking about buying houses. And if they wanna buy house in San Diego, they wanna buy a house in Arizona, and he's like, essentially, you have to figure out you you have to figure out what you want in this issue that you're having this identity crisis, which is what she's really having is coming from way deeper than just buying a house or your wrestling career or this or that or something inside of you that you're internally struggling with and you have to get right with that before you can move on ROY. And the ended up later in the episode. They will house up in Phoenix because that's where her brother lives, and Vivian and birdie along and they want that to be a bond, and that's where they're going. They're gonna move the Phoenix back the Phoenix's they were there in sold their house. And so that was one of their decisions that made in the cities they're going to stain the go, which is good Phoenix. They're going to go go to. The felix. Yeah. Because Brian brought up the point we bought that house in Washington or we built that house in Washington. We've may be spent three months in it were never for. We're never there. We rented this house. Now, you're talking about breaking the lease at this house and moving to another place and buying a place here. He's like, you know, we just we really need to straighten out our priorities and we needed relief figure this out. And that's what the Embry makes the other decision of you know, what I'm done with wrestling. She caught caught me off guard that caught Nikki usually off guard because breeze like, you know, what this comeback wasn't what I wanted and this come in. It's very clear to me now that I need to focus on other things. I want to do other things and wrestling is not gonna lower me to do that. She's decided she's ready to have baby number two Brian you'll because the deal was that they would post-poned having the baby for her to do the comeback for her to go to Evelyn. And then once she was done with Volusia. She was done, and she was gonna come home, and they were gonna. Bang bang, bang bang on I long, so that's kind of where they're at at this point that breeze consciously making that choice. Okay. No. I'm not gonna continue on even though I have the opportunity even though they want me. I wanna go home and be a wife, and the mother and do all the things that matter to me at this point in my life, which is not wrestling anymore. And so she she and Brian announce she's they're going to have baby number two. Breeze retiring, and they're moving back to Aaron Jona which Nikki's lay Debbie f- when she doesn't even know how to take it. And she makes the comment of why thought when we were gonna talk about retirement, we were going to talk about retirement together, and that may very well been, but they left ones another back Nikki's now finally her success again. But she's finding it on her own even breeze there, it's Nikki Bella, she if Nikki trying to find herself again because she doesn't want to be known as John's ex she wants, Nikki, Bella again and her us. This comeback is probably way for her to get the spotlight back for herself rather than being with John. Yeah. I mean, that's a huge part of it is she lost her identity. She lost who she was. She said that several times a season in the fact that she was trying to become MRs Johnson ah. What did we hear for years? What did we preach at for years? God damn John portering on it. God damnit, John Mary her, you know, she wants to be MRs Johnson ah. She wants to do do this. She wants to do that. But ultimately, it's I want to be MRs Johnson, and that some point in the five six years seven years. Our lonely were together her priorities shifted and her priorities shifted from being MRs Johnson ah to being Nikki Bella to being successful for her wanting to be asked successful for him. I think we actually did see that happen on total divas as I recall, but her priorities change, and she she changes herself. She's like, you know, what being away. In a mother while it's cool, and I do want it it almost I don't wanna say because this is the wrong way to say it. But it wasn't good enough for her. She wanted at all she wants to be the career woman. She wants to be all tra- successful. She wants the big house fancy car. Beautiful. Handsome, husband, beautiful children. She wants everything. And she she feels she deserves it. And I said go get it. You won't go get it. And so when she I think part of it was was been she realized she was forever going to be John shadow. No matter what she did in that marriage. What she brought to the table. She would always be MRs Johnson a- was like, Nope. I can't do that anymore. Niece years ago. Yeah. Totally onboard for that me now. No being MRs somebody's not enough for me. I want to be myself. I wanna undermine name not yours. And that's where she's at. And so it's it's not even the Bella twins anymore. She doesn't want it to be about the bell. Twins. It's Nikki Bella with breathe Ella or is just Nikki Bella. And that's where she's at in her career in her life and so- Bree making the decision to leave. It's like a wait a minute hold on a second. We didn't talk about this. We didn't discuss this. And I think it's all to what impact is have on me because it's the come as a set. They always come as a set so is WWE going to want Nikki Bella without free. So that was that's how episode went. That's how this up sewed went. And we got a teaser. So I think Nikki's going to try to stop break from retiring, but we'll have to see, but you got such plugs applicable news rack rougeau on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Twitter, Facebook dot com as well. Tough radio network fell subscribed to use us to meet your credit code four night on most social media's Atlanta born Elliot's diversity so for I'm Lindsay ward. You've been listening the wreck extra views, total Bellas addition right here, multi radio dot com, and we will be back next week with episode nine till then.

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POWERlooking with Dr. Arthur Volker (DHD116)

The Dental Hacks Podcast

16:49 min | 1 year ago

POWERlooking with Dr. Arthur Volker (DHD116)

"<music> welcome to the dental hacks daily. Dental podcast aso's short. You can listen to it on the way to work. Don't act nation welcome back to another daily are shorter yet for those of the short mm-hmm we were. We focus one time for a few minutes with interesting people this morning. Interesting person in question is dr arti bulker already. How are you doing. I'm doing great allan. Thank you so much for having me back. Yeah we gotta have you are sort of a fixture on the dental x podcast and like a barnacle that you can't thank you hard. It's hard we scraped and scraped and yet he's still here. It's amazing so he's got a course coming up. He's giving at cosmic this pretty exciting because i think the very first time i met you in person was at cosmonaut. Yeah i think we met at a one of jason's course yeah yeah. It was weird because you weren't you weren't taking the course course per se you might have been volunteering to like help with the hands on or something i yeah you might have been in chicago for something else and just came up for the i don't know it was it was pretty pretty. Crazy 'cause like one minute. I'm watching jason lecture next minute. I'm looking out that glass door that they have and there's a dude whose face i've seen a lot of times on the interwebs but i hadn't actually seen in person so there it was it was a great time plus. I hurdle you guys. Were coming so i wanted to see jason. Matt kosta yeah was there. You were there. They were all. Was there everyone everyone was there. The gang was there man. We're getting the band back together. I had a big big case. I guess a foremost i had to just get over. I was giving a course <hes> near the airport but i took the train in which it was an interesting experience all on its own especially a guy from new york it was it was kinda fun but anyway great to to to run into everyone there so that's actually the first time we met in person. Who's the trip okay so. Let's just talk a little bit about okay there. The qazvin and the center for excellence is basically the classroom in the sky overlooking looking michigan avenue in chicago and i've talked about it a million times. I literally when we were in chicago for spring. Break this year with my kids. I took them up to cosmic because it's such a great view in like that. My kids had never seen tall buildings like that before and i'm like well you know what tall buildings can we have them. Look out of await cosmonaut. It has a tall building with a great window so literally took our kids up to carbon and got a chance to look out the windows and stuff. I know as as already secure easy impressed clearly you're easily impressed but <hes> it was awesome. I love the cosmetics a really cool classroom and now you get to be the guy in the front of the classroom. Tell me a little that yeah so it's a it's pretty exciting. It's my first official course at the center for aesthetic excellence <hes>. I've been a proctor for few courses. I actually did a course with cosma dent at the a. c. D. months back down <hes> a great group as you. You know a great group to be with and tasso asthma and is like figures wildly importantly at the a c._d. So yeah absolutely so i'm i'm. I'm very much looking forward to this course. It's a it's a it's a good course in that. It's what we call a level one course and there's a few even these really really great clinicians who are doing level one courses <hes> dennis hartley is going to be doing level one of course <hes> with buddy mapra. Matt costa's going to be doing one. I think even corky wilhite the height is doing one and the sort of the philosophy if you will behind the level one courses. Is that it i mean. I love doing direct composite. Is it to me. That's that's definitely my passion procedure. If you will <hes> but i remember when i started i would see all these these beautiful works and things like that and see how how do you do that so there would always be a lot of trepidation or even better. How about this one. You're at lunch all of a sudden. You've got a phone call. Well you know mrs johnson fell cracked tooth number nine <hes> and she needs something because she has to go to her. Granddaughter's graduation exactly it's always something like oh always elway's in forty minutes right right and and and you have to do it and there is no you know you can't are we'll bring you back. We'll impress. You'll have the lab wax. Whacks you up for a crown. You have to do something immediately <hes> and so you know you. You pucker a little bit right. You know you get that little of right at the pit of your stomach and i remember that feeling and the the point of these courses is to set you up for success so that kind of if especially if you're interested in it and you really kind of have a a a desire to learn it <hes> what we do is we try to take you from the very very foundational aspects of things like like a smile design of things like color theory shape portion of all those things were want to to make it so that if you're a beginner and you're really very inexperienced this will lay a good foundation for the level two and level three courses that cosmic since <hes> c. ee offers but also if you're kind of an experienced practitioner and you wanna come to basics and then kind of take those basics to a more advanced technique. That's <hes> going to the kind. Of course i think for you. It sounds to me like you. I mean the the rationale or the the schedule has hands on that that goes goes from basic <hes> single single tooth or i'm sorry single shade veneers like a honestly in my office. That's probably the most common knbr cosmetic procedure. I'm doing a lot of times. It's it's the person who's actually got quite a bit of decay in the interior and they want their teeth. Look nicer and word we're not trying to do. Do you know layering in halos in that sort of thing. We're really trying to make their teeth at brown. Look white kind of thing in your starting. You're starting kind of with that and then you actually even by the time the courses over you will have done some later and you will have done some. Some multiple shade veneers that sort of thing i it's. I mean it's which is awesome. You're in it's all interior. There's no fear in this courses all interior right so you get to kind of focusing on the nitty gritty of smile stuff rather than try to because a lot of times it cosmic. They're covering a lot the ground this is interior only and it's for people who just want to up their interior direct composite skills whether they've got a lot of experience. We're not very much experience right so you made a great point about that single shade composite veneer because <hes> i've done some demos just kind of teasers for the course and a lot of people said that that looks really nice but i wouldn't do that in my practice but what i hope to single shaded veneers they're absolutely probably the beden bread-and-butter if you will of of kind of my direct work but there are ways especially with sort of the the the stable of products what's that cosmic has available to if you want to enhance very easily the <hes> sort of the the aesthetic effect of your restorations we can do that so basically the my thought was to start with a single shade because we wanna learn things like shape especially. We're going to do an exercise on on the single central <hes> which is everybody's favorite the one yeah but everybody's it's really funny. I was thinking about this earlier this morning for we talked like there are are so many situations indirect composite that are the the nightmare like the single shade like the single central as the classic one or the or the poster to where you really have to reach contact in your mind. You're like oh. That's really rare. It's not rare. It's the heartbeat but it's not it happens all the time it absolutely and the other is if you're going to try and do a crown on that single central good free and lock good luck. It is what i always do. Just blame the lab so hold on. I'm sorry didn't work. The lab messed it up there. You can blame the lab but the you know you're still there still wearing a temporary temporary for a long time. That's the best because you always make the temporary look awesome and then the the central. The single crown comes back and it looks like a nightmare so i always say direct composite. How's your better bet because you just have more control over at chair side right and so taking that single central or taking that single shade composite what we wanted to see how <hes> attendees can sort of add more color in other words just using maybe one or two tents. We're gonna do a simplified protocol to add a little bit. You were talking about inside. You'll halo. We're going to discuss how to add that very very quickly. <hes> how to start to add some you know in incisa translucence you or at least the effect of incisa translucent because i'll tell you one of the i always thought this and let me run this by you. Would you rather have a small in sisal chip type of the third or would rather have half the tooth cracked and i'm not talking about half the right because you can control things so much beth yeah i've seen i've seen so many people you know tra- or one of my students or attendees and other courses show a picture and i've done this many times myself where you crack a little bit. You're like oh good is just a little little chip but the problem is the chips at the sisal yeah and the patient has or maybe it's the classic example of course. Is you know nine year. Old boy and boys will be boys. Yeah yeah fall down and they have this very heavy texturing this crazy perry kamata does mammal on appearance and you do. Maybe a single shade and you can tell that block of campadonia right. It doesn't look like two but you're like oh. That's a filling not a tooth so there's i i would almost rather many times just have more not that i want to jinx myself and get a lot of those cases. Sometimes it's better to have the bigger one but at the course we're going to talk about dealing dealing with large fractures versus small fractures because the problem with using very translucent composites and i think one of the tips i did couple months back with dental hacks was talking about we often overdue yeah translucence easy but the problem here is if you overdo your translucent on the incisa lead. You're going to see a fracture line yeah immediately every time i feel like the translucent composites it's like dentists who are in the know realize oh man. I've got this great. I've got this great option. Can i can make it look more lifelike and for me. I don't i never subtle transition process. I'm using it while we realized that doesn't work doc at all because like you got to is practically see-through by the time you've actually got light on. I didn't people looking at it. It's very frustrating because same thing with the the opaque irs and tins i always i. I always say that you have to be very subtle with them but you don't realize until you're in the mouth how subtle you really have to be with him like it's subtle to the point of it's like i mean one one like container of a lot of those tints will last you for you know you're gonna you literally have the same one until it expires because you've you've because you don't need to use when using it right. You don't need us very much of it. Basically right you know it's gonna last you to the next stone age but you know the one of the best tips that i i i heard from newton foul on actually a cosmic lint tip of the month was he said if you once you place your tints if you can still see it. Did you place too much really. Now's a really good tip so i use that was years ago. I think at one of the courses. I took there but it's it's. It's a great tip and so what we're trying to do at this courses. We want to teach you foundational aesthetics so again things like smile designing things like that but also if you want to start incorporating tints opaque irs translucent composites which are very easy to do it just takes a little bit of practice and and a little bit of just knowhow and that's what we want sort of lead you to so even though these layer one courses and not just my course but also like matt's course also like corgis he's course and and budwood but his bud is that we want even though we're laying the the basic stuff because what i fear is that people see that it's a level one and that's that's too easy for me and maybe and it may not be the course for you but if you want to sort of get a good grasp if you're not one hundred percent satisfied if you're not hundred percent comfortable using the materials using the application of the materials probably even more importantly than level one type courses are really really good not to say that's not to say but also the level one courses. We'll set you up for the level two and three so you can be more comfortable taking courses is with with newton taking courses with heavier heroes. Yeah i was with him. It as cd in his stuff is an amazing with with mary arable molly just it's an en- denison and dennis has a really really nice <hes> c._p._r. For the worn dentition course in in that course what it was was a lot of exclusion but we had a wax up six teeth and a lot of people were not comfortable doing that which is one of the reasons why sort of these level one courses came about so that you'll feel very very comfortable all doing sixteenth in a single sitting this one of the exercises thing that people need to realize with the level the level of the course. I know that like you you wouldn't want to dive into. Maybe a level three if you hadn't done a lot of this stuff but the other thing is is that all of the courses have a ton of hands on in all of the courses are small enough that you get a lot love like individual time with the with the instructor typically. There's also an experienced person like you said it earlier proctored. That's there to help so you're getting a lot of help with the the hands on like you can go in there and and you don't have to be afraid to make mistakes learn how to do it because it's you know when the when the concept is new. It's always like that and there's there's no dental school shaming aiming it. Just you get a lot of face time and you'll you'll understand what you're doing by the end of it. That's been my experience with all the cosmic courses i've taken yeah and and i hope you make mistakes and i hope i make eye jinx myself but i hope i make a lot of mistakes there because like you said you made a great point island. There is no shaming there. I mean you know we're all dentists. That's the funny part is sometimes aspel. Forget it. It's like yeah. We're still dennis. All of you have the capability to produce these really nice restorations but you're learning right. You're learning my way to do it. You're learning buddies way to do it. You're learning dennis's way to do it and you have to see if that sort of technique will will work into sort of your mindset the way your philosophy but i like mistakes. I mean that's where you learned the most from so. It's just type it on teeth so you don't like it. We toss it out. We do it again from you'll know you're good dentist this year there to be better. You're all you know working practitioners but it's about trying to practice a technique getting comfortable with application and if you have to mess up you know mess up. There is one of the funniest things i saw and i was so happy to see it. I was doing a course in romania. <hes> with a cer- hot cocaine's yeah yum and he was doing a member he was on the show with you yeah exactly and and so he was doing a hands on demo doing a palatal a little stint which will also be doing horse and it took them like four times to get it to stay that makes guy lake sir yeah world world yeah. That's that's the place i make mistakes right there. That's the place to ask takes where you can actually in the story is if you've made the mistake it at the course then you're you're. You're much more ready to do it on an actual person or if that mistake happens on a person you know why has six it no. It's really good r._e._m. Taraf rapper this one because this is we. We've gone in depth but i do want to give them a link out. If this course appeals to you which honestly it shifted what i love about this most everything that you're gonna learn here is also applicable in other areas of dentistry visit general general aesthetic smile design course on top of everything else you're going to go to dental hacks dot com slash arti and of course power looking and it's coming up november fourteenth and fifteenth in chicago so you need to go check that out already. Thank you so much being on the show and and we will talk to you again very cute. Thank you so much for having me. That's all for your dental. Hacks daily be sure listened to the dental hacks every friday in be sure to subscribe to us on. I tunes questions or comments email us at info at dental hacks dot com and be sure to head over to dental hacks dot com for the latest and greatest this dental content.

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Lessons unplanned: school shutdowns spread

The Economist: The Intelligence

22:54 min | 7 months ago

Lessons unplanned: school shutdowns spread

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist. Radio I'm your host Jason Palmer. Every weekday we provide a fresh perspective on the events. Shaping your world if you're the type to watch the markets the past couple of weeks have been enough to make you seasick regulators. The world over have been wondering whether to simply shutdown exchanges until the seeds call and one of the world's finest backgammon players got his start as a homeless man. Winning chess matches with suckers are obituaries. Editor recounts how came to dominate. The game why he was universally known as philosophy first up though today schools in Britain will close for the foreseeable future following closures in China South Korea and large parts of Europe and America. I've been doing online school. Since the beginning of February for four days now for weeks and now I make quit computer. Teaching the consequences of such a decision are huge from the social at annoying. Because I like getting taught by teachers and I love playing with my friend of things have been shut down because I missed chip. I'll Miss Mrs Jones. Mrs Johnson. No no my friend to the educational and Economic Mesko. I like school. It's a lot harder to retain information from a screen reading paragraphs or power points. The school workers as hard as no. It's really fun they can using. I'm not sure that if I had to do for more than a few months I would be able to take an exam at the end of the United Nations has warned that the global scale and speed of the current educational disruption is unparalleled at the moment almost a billion children worldwide. Not going to school. Any Hawkins writes about international affairs for the Economist and over one hundred countries shot at schools and many other countries have starts school in parts of the country even though children mostly on affected by covered nineteen that a fair that they could be spread of the disease. And and how much do we know about? How much kids are vectors? Yeah so it. Kind of unfair share the moment the extent to which children can spread covered nineteen in two thousand thirteen. Britain's Health Protection Agency at flu outbreaks coincided with school closures and they found that shutting them did the transmission of the virus but for nineteen. It's not exactly like influence and Michael Head of the University of Southampton who said that children may not be the main transmission so ministers and officials have kind of been reluctant to pull the trigger clothing school in the UK and the east prefer of the knock-on consequences but that that would cause which are which are what to the cost of clothing. Schools are basically huge. There's a social costs particularly for very poor children to rely on schools for that one or two meals a day and other place of safety and shelter for example in America. Twenty six million children. Roughly half all students qualify for free or reduced lunches some schools to the New York City of providing hope. Grab and go meals now. That school's closed for students. Who still rely on school for food. And Britain has said the fame so yeah. They're kind of social cost to close. Schools can be really massive and presumably economic ones too in that Who's going to look after them? You have to. When school's close parents need to take time off work or work from home to look after them. And some countries that China come school closure coincided with mandated watch from home policies and the government in Japan. For example the government closed all school but lots of companies have very hostile to the idea of working from home with paid sickly. And they're also very pronounced. Congenital expectation the few childcare so overwhelming the mother. He's take time off work and faith job loss or income loss while schools close and a study in two thousand and nine found that if schooled in America was closed for four weeks it cost between one percent and not point three percent of GDP was just looking at school close by themselves but the moment where he must worth economic situation and also most importantly if schools close children of how neither he after that same study found that up to ninety percent of key healthcare personnel would be Tennessee cat from walk to school places and for the kids who are doing remote learning distance learning computer based learning. Does it really work remote? Teaching can work in twenty eighteen. Refer to found out four and a half months via the Indian coal mines. Ach has basic math skills. Children in India made more progress in these areas in those he wanted me up but for that to be done while you need organization and prepare delivery rather than this kind of scrambled online teaching within at the moment. Even that when it's done while the poor up to talk through nine on average students fair worth when landing online especially the less strong academic background who need more support. I the lower but Brown university as you said the online teaching and better than nothing but sub optimal at most and for more children the education most often and I suppose some subjects. Some ages are easier to teach and others radio tease and other from age group to either take another possible online. Learning has been done to this alternative classroom learning material to be posted online cloth. A being conducted by video conferences. Afterwards one teacher in Italy who've been have posting that to Church dated on Youtube another professor in China have been using zoom STU video conferencing but there have been problems with this not ever assisted Internet in China for example fewer than fifty percent of the population of online on in the USA. Seven million school-age children live in households without any instant access and surely the degree to which the learning is interrupted. I mean the general habit of schooling is interrupted is going to have knock on affects those kids. Yeah definitely so one problem. That parents around the world about at the moment is school leaving exams for example in the UK the government just announced that Jesus even levels are going to be cancelled in China the Gow the university entrance exam which is hugely important now. The whole country goes into lockdown Sadat. Normally I like knowing how to June naureen happening without yet but a lot of people think it's going to have to be delayed because the education being so disrupted for the past few months. Sometimes it's up to America. The states have been lower because for example and university applications transcript Accused of year round appraisal. If more important than your exams but exams also important and the sat in Martin. May when most students at their thirties had been cancelled. So universities have been hiring having to adapt to these disruptions in the students education and so taken together then with these sorts of delays and less than optimal teaching situations. And so on. What do you think sort have overall? Long term impact is going to be. I think the longtime by the really significant not least. Because I've lots of students she turned. Would YOU TO FIT crucial example? Feel hard done by but more than that. I think the fact that parents might lose their job if they're in precarious where I can have to take time off to look. After their kids for poor children even more severe than eat properly and for many children become crucial time in the educational periods and depending on how school for that could be quite serious longtime impact. Thanks very much for your time. I think the intelligence and want to get a lot. More analysis like this subscribe to the economist trusted source of information and well intelligence for one hundred and seventy five years just go to economist. Dot Com slash radio offer twelve issues for twelve dollars or twelve pounds the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as we're brokers traders and market makers. Come together in truth. It's role is largely symbolic these days. Most trading on the exchange is actually conducted elsewhere. And soon all of it will be this afternoon's closing bell will be the last for well. It's unclear for how long the exchange will move to all electronic trading in response to the corona virus epidemic. That's happened before most recently in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in two thousand twelve. The market has again been swinging wildly this week. The so-called circuit breakers that automatically pause trading when the swings are two wild just keep popping seesawing markets have prompted some countries to question whether to post trading entirely until things. Settle down. Well. It's been pretty much the craziest week on stock exchanges that we have seen since the financial crisis and in fact in many ways crazier than the Financial Crisis. Stanley Pignon European business and finance correspondent based in Paris. So what we've seen are two things. The first is radical seesawing of Markets. Usually down and the second thing is questions over whether the markets should even remain open. Given the extraordinary circumstances that we find ourselves in what's going on actually on the trading floors well. Investors are having to react to extraordinary new slow. The the cove in nineteen situation is causing economic havoc. It's causing financial havoc. It's causing corporate havoc so all of a sudden shares are needing to be re priced radically what regulators might be worried about is our markets moving so much because there's a glitch in the market for example there's not enough liquidity or they're participants that are behaving erratically for some reason or are they moving for real underlying reasons. I E people just want to own different things in their portfolio because the world just looks different and so far how have Exchanges reacted to this. What sort of policies are in place for these crazy time so the exchanges are very clear that they are working properly? What we've seen are some closures of physical locations bought a most trading. These days obviously has done by by computers as matched by computers so the hope is that these new restrictions are going to be unsettling for markets. But that they should be able to take them in their stride. The bigger question is whether regulators politicians are going to want to curtail the working of markets And we've seen we've seen two things. Manila in the Philippines closed its stock exchange at at the start of the week only to reopen it. A few days later after investors seemed to be more spooked by that than by the markets remaining open. And the US Steve. The treasury secretary suggested shorter hours. I've been on the phone with the major banks with the New York Stock Exchange. Everybody wants to keep it open. We may get to a point where we short in the hours. If that's something they need to do which I think spook. Investors thought. Well wait a SEC. Maybe I won't be able to sell the stuff that I might want next week so maybe I should just sell it now. So the question is whether it's more uncertainty by letting things just come and go as they currently are or whether they're actually trying to shut things down would actually spook the markets more so clearly. It is the prospect of markets not working which speaks investors. More we've seen that in the past actually stock market. Closures are extremely rare. They didn't happen. Ah during the last major financial crisis in two thousand seven to two thousand nine when they do happen it tends to be because the physical infrastructure is compromised. That Greece is a telling example. It closed its stock market in two thousand fifteen summer of two thousand fifteen when capital controls came in and when they reopened when the stock market reopened of course a cratered closing the market does not mean that investors are all of a sudden going to be happy to own stuff that they would otherwise want to sell. What tends to happen. Is They then sell something else? And that in turn can set a chain reaction where you're selling less liquid things so a bigger discounts causing bigger dislocation and market so really. What the sensible approach is. And that's what what market makers and market participants are saying as long as the markets. Themselves are functioning. Well which is currently the case. Keep them open. Well what about the case though if it's not the physical infrastructure that that's damaged that's That's unworkable but the human capital. What about when there are enough people sick that the markets can't run? Yeah so that I think is going to be the next big issue. There are trading floors all over London all over New York which so far hasn't really been impacted but if enough people are missing you start wondering how some of these asset classes work different assets are going to require different amount of human intervention so far that hasn't been the case people are able to work from home. It's clearly challenging. They're clearly people who are off very mundane reasons like they don't have child care and so on we we all have these issues. We see them at the economist. Magic Goldman Sachs and J. P. Morgan up exactly the same issues as we have with an added twist that there are regulatory constraints that that trading floors need to deal with so for example conversations between traders are meant to be recorded. What happens if everybody's working from home and you don't have enough lines for all the conversations to be recorded? There is a sense from the people I've spoken to the regulators are going to be understanding. They want the overarching. Ambition is for markets to keep working and if there needs to be a bit of flexibility while systems adapt. Nobody is going to look too closely. So what what is your own view do you? Do you think this this relentless pushed to keep the markets open. A unless they physically cannot be kept open is is this the way to keep things the most stable sensible balanced and it seems to be the way things are going. The long is investors are not going to be reassured if you close trading venues on the country. They're just going to find other ways to raise money and those are going to be less productive than doing it. Through structured liquid markets where people buy and sell in the usual way markets are working. They are going through extraordinary dislocation. But that's not because there are problems in the market is just because the world has changed and people are trying to adapt to that. Change Stanley. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you to follow. All of the economists coverage of the covert nineteen pandemic and how it's swiftly reshaping the world visit economist Dot Com Slash Corona virus. Matt Matson is legendary in the world of backgammon. But he was known to everyone by different name. I was really fascinated. Find a man who was called and I felt I had to get into the story and find out why he was cool. That what his life was. What he was doing is our obituaries enter. His story really begins when he left his town of Buffalo Way. He'd been living since he was fourteen. Having moved from Israel he left because he couldn't find a job and really didn't much want to find a job couldn't bad as OTA Wacky in an office he decided he would go and make his fortune in New York and off. He went with no money and the only things in his backpack was a chessboard. And a chest coke because he had always enjoyed playing chess and being pretty good at it and thought well. I make an impression in New York if I carry on doing this. But then he arrived in New York with no friends no contact nothing until and found. He had to sleep where he could so at one point he found himself having to sleep under a table in Washington Square Park and he'd had a meal of fil the night before and he's Fed sleep with this philosophy on his face. In fact Philadelphia was the only thing he managed to eat because it was actually not too expensive and he just about managed to afford that so that he was lying there and with the dohrn that came along. Chuck Code Russian Paul. Who Liked to play chess? How this particular table and was one of the leading chess hustlers in the park. Chess Hustler is someone who is trying to get any passes by you. Try to get them to play with you for money. And that way you vanish to get an income. So Russian poll wanted his table back for us and he decided he would get this chap who sleeping underneath it to God for him every day. Give him two dollars and so they became friends got his two dollars endorsed. Sarah quiet his name because he just went on buying philosophy that was still all he could afford meantime. He was sending an awful lot about chess from Russian pole. And incidentally forgetting to notice fact common too. He became very fascinated with backgammon because he niches that when the hustlers in the park managed to snare these week of players to come and play with them. They made a lot more money from backgammon than they did from chess. The thing about backgammon was that is a game of strategy on the one hand and it's a game of complete. Random is on the other way throwing a dice so he gradually got more and more interested in that game rushing. Paul taught him backgammon to and in the beginning he lost almost all his games but he felt there was somehow a deep true slacking with him by Gammon because it was so like life. One moment you were planning one you had all these strategic moves. Set up how you were going to get your check us home before your opponent could on the other hand with one. Throw the dice in US through the dice with every move. You could suddenly find yourself leave using an awful lot of money and losing the game. This seemed to hand rather exactly what his life had been up to. Now instill was so. He took up the game of Backgammon and began to practice practice and practice. He's still didn't really have anywhere live. He was moving to flop-houses sometimes he could rent a room. Whenever he could rent room he would just sit in front of the screen all day playing backgammon online and tried to get better and better and gradually he did a move to into the big time of back and playing. He managed to get a great deal of success because he had so honed his talent and his skill that he could beat anyone hands down by the end. He went in for a great many games because he realized that this was going to be his income. It wasn't just a leisure activity. He's again to make a living at it and he sometimes managed to make tens of thousands of dollars in a game. That would not even take an hour. He was extremely good at did so good that by twenty seven he was actually crowned by the giants. Have Backgammon. Which is a rather unscientific group of World Class Backgammon players? He was crowned the best player in the world and he was most extraordinarily gifted acid but he was still living like a homeless past Nazi extraordinary thing about him. He never did settle you know. He seemed to spend his time even when he had money to sitting in hotel rooms playing online but he was never satisfied with what he could do. He always felt. It was something more discovered in the game he was. I think Honda mentally someone who found it very difficult to operate in society. By all accounts he was gregarious and sometimes fun cracking jokes and so on but he found it. Intensely difficult decision lies with people was very shy with girls. He was longing to get married and to have a family. He was longing not to be alone but most of his time was spent alone playing online and he went back to Israel. I think really hoping that he'd find warmth in closeness there but never quite finding that family lives that he hoped will do anything to get and I found it very ironic that the whole point backgammon is to get yourself home to get off the board and be home and somehow he never was. He was setting. You never at home in America and possibly not really anywhere. Amro on awful who's died aged fifty one That's all for this episode of intelligence. If you'll like us give us a rating on apple podcasts. And we'll see you back here on Monday.

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TSS 260 - Should We Get Back On Track OR Get Onto a New Track

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TSS 260 - Should We Get Back On Track OR Get Onto a New Track

"Friend colleague associate of Mine I. Guess Who's been on the podcast number Tom's pay the Cox once told me you will stay the sign with it's not for the people you made the books you read and I suppose in essence what he was trying to communicate day was if you don't try and get to speak to you from other sources or other people, essentially, you'll live in your world and you'll never experience change and you'll never experienced other people's opinions and receptive today input. Not only in business, I should qualify in life in general. It's really hard to find those people. saw on the first person decide became listen to. Which is why try and find amazing guests to come on the show because I know for the better part that my well, not me but. In this instance you lucky because I've managed to get a gentleman to come on the show today who is. Certainly, someone that has been around the block and has a launch a man of wisdom under his belt now. We've comes in many forms and I suppose if you've had somebody that runs a successful business that's one thing. That you can be hearing from somebody who's accomplished all who has presented Ted talks all over the world on numerous occasions runs many successful businesses now heads up global charity and has some amazing in sought not only into a realm of business, but into the realm of life. Is a absolutely wonderful discussion and I'm sure you guys are GonNa get a lot out of it is a huge takeaway. Ego is in the South Process auditees and I'm sure it's going to be a big pain drop my mood for a lot of you. Know, you'll enjoy the show and account Whitey comments and feedback on it. So enjoy today's podcast has been proudly brought to you by Treaty wit 'cause try to whip God's with tribespeople only on their websites and marketing solutions to help them stand out from competition everything from web is on through to Seo. Search engine marketing content creation. You dammit cars a customized solution for tried vice organizations and it's fantastic hit across the tribe guys dot COM dot au Ford slash apply filling the form and let's have a conversation. Keeping Chinese in contract is around the globe the tools to run a modern business you're listening to toolbox talks from the site shed. Now he's your host Matt joins. Hold on. Welcome. To the PODCAST. Well that it's a through to be here. Thank God am so. We should pay tribute to the man that introduced us on always a podcast listener. Brin exactly. Yes. What he's what I would call and I'm sure he's listening right now but he's been call a deep plumber by that. Goes. INTO ENORMOUS DEBTS TWO WEEKS? Probably exactly. But he thinks about business and a very interesting way and yes that's how I met him and that's and then threw him I that you which is really cool. What I like to call plumber for knows. Go a new, a new group, a new subhash. Polio, we're going street wanted organizations you I associated with. Like a pot or something, but he wasn't Jae. One. Let's before we get started a background of the UN. You've done multiple Ted talks now you. Ve written books. and. You're a bit of a celebrity and so it's Going to get paid such a amazing status on Jinnah. Give us a bit of your story. Well you know it's always challenging. Do a bit because when you realize how old I am the bid is a long bit. So let me give you the really brief on my. Supposed to have one of these heroes journey is you know where you come from a family and my family was poor by the way but you know, and then you have all these struggles along the lines. May now sort of thing, but I think most of those invented after the event. So in my case, I think it was just a story of getting lucky you know was born in the united. Kingdom. I got when I was twenty one, I got Hayden wanted to become one of the first ten in Juvenile Guyq out Australia. So that made I was hanging out with Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard and learning so much from them, and then I created one of Australia's first computer companies and then way back when. Before you would aboard Iraq, and then I realized that my you know you realize we had a coin and one day I went to a seminar before we actually understood what seminars were. And neighbors lightness revelatory thing for me because I did this thing. But my God, that's me. That's what I was put here to do and so I. Literally That Day sold the computer council and that was kind of interesting. And decided that I would speak around the world and and I said just speak. Would give me pie and peas. It's beat right. But but fortunately that really took off and you know as as you ally tool king today, I think the estimate is that something I two, hundred, twenty, six, thousand people. Benefiting from or those those things that we created and then along I was actually had at twenty three, thousand white way back before these are sort of interesting numbers twenty, three, thousand and business owners to whom we were doing the marketing and and that included not surprisingly a lot of traders and stuff, and then I sold all of that in the two thousand and you can probably guess from voice that this hard someone close to me let's just put it that way said I want more of you. So you need to retire and I said yes darling. was. But that was not for me. I got to tell you and three years afterwards. I had to get back in there although I was under sorts of legal restraints and stuff. Then quick story nearly there in two, thousand, seven, I You know all of us have moments right and I had this moment where I realize there was more to business than I actually up until that point few essentially what business was business all about either said, well, it's all about You know adding enormous value to the people that you're privileged serve and and it's about having fun doing those Miami things. You'll notice that money wasn't in there, and that's probably a huge emission on my part. But there was one event where I realized all my go out. You know there's there's something else here and that was gonna I realize lobbyist the two percent people he won the both lottery and there were people there. There were opportunities frost to do really fabulous things in the world and that was the one one. Came into operation and so now that's the great part of what I do and that's how I met Brin and I saw jumping to be one g want a little bit. But can you tell us a little bit about the Ted Talks you've done in the past? What you were talking about I mean that's far as. You've offered some books as well. I love to hear about. Some of the things that you've. The are you like a five fifty Ranji almost from stage type of? Yeah Yeah. Well, I did most of my Muslim books and indeed tend to. And videos. were. On something creative way back in ninety, ninety two, which was this whole philosophy was called towards service and what was doing was looking at the tiny tiny things that actually make a difference in business and you know that that continues. Today. Just just yesterday I did a whole series of videos on more. I called trump's embitter and the idea that is you know if you imagine met the yesterday, I was a one just from the site discussion a number one on something I'm going get one percent better. So that means I'm one point one today right get just get the mess but one percent at which doesn't seem very much. But if I keep doing that you know for a year and you put applied with the compounding. Now you one point one times Nord certain rights to the three hundred, sixty fifth power, which is thirty seven point seven, eight I. Happened in our times, right And so these little tiny things so so so important and the reason that great for business is because they are so tiny, they cost nothing for you to do. Not, they have a huge impact, a huge return if that makes sense which which seems to me like a great deal, you know be able to do something that costs you nothing but instantly produces. Large without reading books and over the years which sort of subscribe to similar philosophy is. The one thing. I think it's right Kellogg The Idea of essentially it's about just doing the small things that at the big the big result and I was. A lot of people decide that with A. Business mentality are a it's really it's pretty much a metaphor for law. Let's like. Is. One thing is how you do everything Brian Slowly. So I'm interesting and some of the some of the work I do I ask people I isn't I know audience of business owners how? To imagine something very frequently I happen to US plummets actually I actually use plummets and so I said okay. So think about. From I and let's talk to the person next we just go ahead and talk about your experience. How do you feel about? Plumbers and then. Is a runner. So what are you? What are you feeling and always I'm not kidding you always at least eighty percents. The audience says, well, I don't feel good about it. seriously. So, why is that? Well, they don't turn up on time. I'm serious that is the biggest issue. So. If you think about that by the way, this is not about plumbers. I mean people always all Foxtel. About doctors you waiting it's all of that kind of stuff. So again, it's overused but it's these obvious things that we miss saw one of the things that that I will do. You can play with it as well. Where you know I, I use all times because if Einstein a someone on. site. Like they told me it's done on Monday, but they've got this on which. All his idea about well, I can't tell you what time I'll be there because got all of that sort of stuff. Right on know that's challenging. But one of the things that we found is that when when Triton, let's talk try it is when when I use all times, it changes everything, which is a very simple triet. So resemble if if someone says, well, you know I'll be there one o'clock. The problem is that one o'clock doesn't mean one o'clock anymore it kind of rains roughly right clock. So you get you know seven minutes after one let's say but the. Other person was was was figuring or you'd be there one. So straightaway there's a there's a trust issue and by the way what some people were kind enough to say, aw sorry I'm late by the way you should never say that you should always say thank you for your patience by the way the reason I was like well so I don't just get in the and then we found transpeople seriously. So The Times I recommend not. I'll see you at one, twenty, seven off. One or? Something after the you like one ten or one, twenty, one, forty, notice not one, thirty, one, fifteen, and one fifty and people go. This really interesting and then one particular traits guy in new. Zealand's he was. Celebrated as the business of the year in New Zealand seriously was. And so the interview they interviewing him running Christ church in the TV station says. So what's the secret bryce right? Bracelets well I. You know ever since I met I turn up all times and he says, what's really interesting is and this guy's a landscape gardener and it was really interesting. We have people standing in the driveway checking whether we will be on time, and of course we are and it just changes everything. It just changes everything because then the level of trauma bigger and so on social. So. What's the wants the shift they are really followed Waukesha going to be there at ten. One. Okay. Why why is that ship question? Sorry. Well, Barnacle doesn't mean anything, but it means like approximately one. That's that's why air. But one ten, the brain he at differently took. And you will you actually that's why when you and I can take flights not that we can do that by now. But. If you think about the flights that you take, most of them are at all times and that's because the airlines understand behavioral economics, which means that if the ascites leaving at one on seven. By the way don't go making appointments at one. Oh. Seven them one, Time One, twenty, one, forty. Then people will people will get the and therefore they'll take off with full airplane. So interesting that kind of yeah it is it. is relevant to things like we're doing now. Send out of calendar linked to you, and you can book on your schedule according to wants a foul, but typically speaking all those bookings, lots of round numbers and I know a lot of the guys now especially in the Wyckoff and all of this whole. Situation around the world that are listening and watching like they're in similar situations where they doing a lot of remark meetings with the clients and all of Etame Tame. Meetings all the time. Typically it's through a calendar though is that the same mentality or was it not so much? Yeah. Yeah. There are some gallant as one lady to do this but many world. So yeah, it when you book meetings with me, for example, the meetings will set up as you know one, ten twenty and by the way overlaps. and. I will always schedule often have meetings scheduled twenty minutes lead myself time just in case the meeting schedules will always go one ten. The blonde forty, then the next hour will flip to. Fifty next flip to fifty. Sorry to to twenty, forty fifty or those sorts of things and funny thing when you know because there are two most used words, these used phrases these days because we're spending so much time on them. One of them is your mute that's probably the biggest flood. But interestingly, I don't have to wait the people there, and in fact, the people who used the talking with if I'm like, you know a minute on again emails. And I think what happens is human nature it's how you do that. Is How you do everything. So for example, with the tradespeople again, that timing is really important and we have people that say things like by the way if we're not there on time, then we will pay you. For every minute that we're late up to a maximum for her laws. So the trust level goes up and then the next one is it makes biggest frustration. If you like is this whole thing of when you ask general audience for people don't don't clean up after themselves. You know that sort of thing So these these kind of. Soft skills that determine how world people see you as what you do by presume that you're gonNA live other. Trade thing but it's the other stuff around that. That really makes them feel great and by the way, that's how you get premium prices as well. Yeah. It's interesting as well. I think today we live in A. Lucky to live in a environment where A, lot of those things technology can. Help you. Do the heavy lifting. Down the bookings is an obvious one but I, mean, you know one of these job management and project management softwares at the guys I using it there, and Kudos. All using that, and if you know what you should, you know like having a having some sort of technology imply switch in our if not notify Z. Customer when you're going to be there to the to the minute has some sort of tracking capability certainly notifies you on what time you need to be at the customer's house so that you're always there on time because I agree with you. This is the worst thing even these way. And I always want to funny because. Quite, obviously, quite heavily tried spice education perspective and. When Experiences we've tried staple back frigging well, know about it because I should. Still waiting. On My Monday Saigal Koi tomorrow let Tom Accounting. We haven't received for coal. I haven't heard it from the dude I and I'm thinking this is to be honest a typical. You know experience for a Lotta people which. Drags the industry down to buffet I'm which is completely unfair. A lot of. You. Know. Obviously people that are watching. You appreciate the confronted but. He talk about technology and then some of it sometimes, I'd technology actually heard. So I remember When was this two thousand seven? and. Go, ABS Christian and someone was offering to coach this guy and he said, well, how much You know there's a whole thing around that. But anyway so the guys said, look, let me spend a day with you and long going to tell you whether only gonNA help you this goes and spends a day with this with the attrition at the end of the day the. What you're making, he says. I, I think I could add hundreds of thousands of dollars fuel business in the first year. And the training. That's is this is this is, but there's a deal I'm gonNA make a deal. He says, the deal is that you give me your phone right now you just give me your phone. And I will get your phone answer for you. In fact, I'll do it for the first month. And you're going to have access to your phone other than when I call. And because think about that just goes is the inauguration right now he's mobile phone there and he's doing his albums. Lol stuff or whatever else. On the phone rings, what's the first thing that happens a person happens? Once my is the first thing got. So, Pixel Phone Goes Yeah Oh. Yeah. Can you all ya I'll give you the quite get on Bang goes the fun ride. So and if you if you think about that and you think about how can I use technology so that I can be productive and at the same time I can deal with the customer different way all of the sudden you get masses by the way the number for that particular guy was hundreds of thousands of dollars in fact, the five on the thousand dollars. In. In the first year along so and it just an example of a little thing that we get used to doing. But we don't think about the implications and and this is a conversation regularly in the group and and we've quantum on this morning always talking to a quantum on all whatever the fine rings I always answer it to which I said that's ridiculous. You should be doing the work that you people applying you to bye sought to be doing instead of answering the phone. And Anyway, these are calming conversation because people they often the the the regular feedback. I get it will if I don't answer the phone call that I get the job to which I normally side, Boesch it and the. Nine, what he can offer like can answer the questions like I can which Lille motion. I think I think fundamentally days like guys get caught in this way of thinking Miss United? Mendome. Onset problem with I think that. They're the only ones that can do this and to be fair until they're thinking changes they they are because there's you know there's so much technology and racehorse around there, which can help remove them from those those medial tossing the business of stopping them from bank productive. Serving the customer better and imagining and from a customer's point of view if you're on the on the job and you're you've come to fix type washes or whatever, and I'm talking and you find makes you guys an answer, it essentially just said to the person that you're doing the work for all of these phone calls more important than. Of, course you have. If you doing things by the hour, which is another whole discussion on maybe spend five or six podcast about whether or not you should do that. Then they go the made us seeking. That's sort of that sort of thing and I'm by the way for those of us your. Reality is that the person who actually would answer it for you would in all honesty do job the new and I don't mean to you know put you down in that I just know from experience. There's a Mij- I mentioned nine Major. Retailer in Australia. On inclined to mention that one where you know the guy's fixing it on a yes. So could you tell me the price on experts at all year three, hundred bucks you know don't don't go. And just by changing that just by changing that at the end of five and a half weeks of forty percent increase in their business while. Just by changing them. These things are right in front of somebody just don't see them. That's on always plumbing and. Managing projects and things like that I. Mean You find rings when you're in the middle, you just sit down to do something especially when you're. On the project ours and the is out there will be nodding their head agreeing with this because it's like as soon as you actually get set up to do something the fine rings and then you you just feel like he never get back to the. Room set out in a guy and you come back that I pack it up, give them down a bloody thing going to leave inboxes and answer phone calls. As. is inside but I mean it's it's it's a reality a lot of the guys they thinking boy no. These coal because if it's bill and I don't answer it then on the job and I'm what you've been working for these at twenty. Of Cool she gives job. I'm sure he'd be happy as you could pleading work instead of answering your phone call, but I think what happens as well. As the mindset way, stop thinking like this, and then we try clients to expect things like this. Presence other provides walk well, no. No. I call you and you answer that's how this relationship works and unfortunately that's like Doug, Yarn Gripe data at a gray. So then you go down that path of re-training clydes, different process and Albany just dump these yesterday I should add like with some of the support tickets I we were so many companies. Now, this support ticketing sought of things is an ever evolving. I wouldn't say struggle but struggle and. Improve the. At involve process and some people don't like it end of the day it's you. You have to do these things and you've got to you've got to two. Things. Flow better like what it's all about it's optimizing. Absolutely is and and. But it's also you know the. Scene about it another way too because you know when the when the treaty electrician who took the calls and we took the phone off him. I mean he's going to. Get onto the quote tonight. So now you're home bang you you you. You know you're evening's shot as well. So you know and and all of a sudden we think our businesses really stressful because that's the way it has to be done. Well, it's not the way it has to be done and business should be joint doing what we really. And then you're right I mean the the great thing about what you'll dying met is that you help people see that and I'm sure there's many people listening to us now I got yeah, he does. Sorry. There's a lot of as you know as a community grows and evolves and as we get amazing newbies coming from all over the world is like something like six thousand. Global try business a part of the community, all their experiences. Good old bad and. There's nothing wrong with bad experience as long as you can learn something from. Them Yeah. So. Like some of the conversations, they're you know a very constructively in from he is and I'll find. On like I only have a young child so it's probably not relevant to me, but you've got children yourself. My Dad decided my I'll tell you things over and over again and you would ever do it until somebody someone else's Zach of his arm thing and you go and do it and I feel like it's gone. Sometimes. It's like that in business you he's things. So often from united from one certain avenue, and then all of a sudden you hear from somewhere else and it's like bank. Oh, that makes sense already that I've done it myself I do myself is. Now. It's. It's so true. It's Soto. And that's what I mean. That's. That's what makes it interesting but it also makes it kind of interesting realize that even though we might think right now that we're at the Max, you know if you like in terms of performance, the reality is going back to those little one percent things that you know on a there's so many little things here particularly now, they can add to your business very significant. To Your Business Your Life as well. Well, exactly I mean one of a be the big focuses for us for the last couple of years as Bain. By our from libraries and for helping lawns and Mrs Viewers and pot about communities, understanding how how important structures from and William as when you because. Because there's so many guys out there and I'll been there myself and I'm show you there as well at one point where you just feel like you doing everything because you doing everything. McColl Taika, you're the accountant. Sales person or the dispatch on your everything right and until you can understand that in order to. them out for yourself you need to process those roles and responsibilities and trying to do it. You'll way and you can step out of that role and you can focus on the things you to be doing you know, and that's exactly it's pretty much the only way I mean Farrah from meetable China's to to bobbies and a lot of guys out there the Siamese they've been able to apply some of these principles, organizational structure and all of a sudden they like. I don't have to work Fridays anymore or I can. Jump the kids at school in the morning and all of a sudden they mornings back and this is through making a small like you said like little saw changes on a journey already on. And sometimes, it's a little more than there too I mean you know because we get locked into, you know the things that always used to be that way you know. So as a for example, was dealing with a plumber again recently in August Schwartz vice earns the you know in the channel is right and this guy's name is Darren and we WANNA or and the car is getting killed on getting code as what was. He says, well, people they make these we kind of know but you know they're they're kind of Kohl's where they checking out what we say. So they'll say some you like. So I'm going to go this problem. I need to fix my toilet how much you're going to be going to be for that and we say, well, it's somewhat for our whatever that thing is, and then later that we know as the competitor. And then all sudden we get killed in the marketplace because we might be causing. Forty Euros or whatever they charging, Guernsey? Per Hour and so all go to do is say IRA. Twenty three Mrs Johns and all of a sudden bang business goes out of the new. So you started thinking about and you hang on a second. Is there a different way? Yes there is Roy, why would you? Why would you not do it very differently not even worry about the alley, right? Why would you not do it another way and in particular case that's exactly what happens. So it when he when he? Would take the calling fate wasn't inland site in the builder win team taking the call it would like this Mrs John's would say, yes I need my toilet fix Tommy much it is and he would say well, yes. Mrs. Jones by what do I can I just ask you a couple of questions to help you best. Yes. So what's the type of this? What's this and he'll say okay well, that's going to be. X dollars whatever it is. And then he would say and that includes a number of very special things and I guess what? Mrs Johnson Opponent Mrs Jones says long. Walk what? Things that Oh well Mr? Jones. Glad you are because when we give you the time to the, we're going to be there by the way we will be there at that time and if we're not, then this will happen not only that we do this and this and this and this, and this whatever those extra things are and another extra things they're just the things that nobody else talks about that's that's the difference, right? And They Miss Jones goes I best fine. Bank no discussion Abou. This Bryant Street within that as his bang because what the customer wants in another and obviously there are exceptions to this. But typically what we need to understand that the customer wants is certainty that's what they want. They want certainty and and through that certainty, which by the way comes from structure as well. The moment they see you got to structure they could become trusting of that. So trust and certainly the sun is like, oh Let's let's let's do that as opposed to you know the typical thing we've quoting for example as well. Yeah I look I'll think about that and I'll give you a call back. You know that's not GonNa Happen You know that you know all the guys get. Interrupted and all of that kind of stuff. So again and the methodology by which do that. Is Very very, very important but again, little thing larger outcome Interesting as far as like in the beginning of this whole thing when you're not businesses here, try to win your lockdown around the world winning your lockdown and force lockdown Marshall and. Ribbons is. There was there was a lot of sort of. freaking out about it and then guys rightfully who saw this sort as an opportunity to us always step. Segment themselves. Competition. Big issues that all the issues trying to solve that point which to be fair economy shoes, you're always wanted to resolve as Business Shawna? Or promote a product or service to a potential customer Ivana. Mitigate mitigate risk can reduce fee and you know when when a customer comes when you trot working for a client, like they have apprehensions whether they voiced them or not and concerns, and it's your job con- of. Proactive in trying to reduce those or address is before they get to them dating. A much better chance of getting foot in the. Absolutely. Right. It's all about building that that relationship during the connection I think that actually businesses all about you know. All about bribery things. But one of them that is really easy to do, and that is it's about connection and really about connection it's not about sales of just connection and the extent to which we can connect with people and therefore build. The trust is is is hugely related as you not to the revenues and profitability business and. Then, we've spent eased and anyone that listen to this broadcast. You seek the death of me talking about it but like exactly what you just say building trust and rapport through connection and like instead of being always fronton prison as the guy trying to ram down someone. About. Trying to help and educate and so. Proactively. Investing in frameworks and tools and programs to help try business owners create useful content and share that content with a potential customers existing customers. Are, things because that's like a touch point, which is first of all not going to get unsubscribe from and second of all it's useful invaluable which. Were the final on Obama and the customers as well this is actually stuff that I'm interested in. It's not like daylight US promotion auditors which I couldn't give it to us about. Alleluia and and as a result of that, the level of trust goes up significantly and the thing that we need to understand is that no trustee equals no sale it's as simple as I. It's an interesting land skype as well as probably is when. You come from being a try business on our and our side is all the time like you're not in the plumbing building electrical business anymore your education's. Liking going. To educate people coming DC information, you gotta give them information and then maybe they'll tell you assault. But if you don't do those steps very very rarely will you go from one to three without two? And so. It's interesting because this is the first one I have spoken in any depth right under than high you know sort of thing and an interesting that you know we talk about the same things and you say, well, you know we're talking about that and We'll that makes me think of is there are these time on a truths, right that brought Joust A. Bit, we tend to forget and we forget them peril I think as well. It's Like federal less you know as as tribespeople to be fair, it's not I mean, that's why spice in this but you know I'm sure across any vertical, any profession I experienced similar problems. In this way, you can go and try and to be a lawyer or an accountant or a doctor or plumber or builder or whatever it is, and you get really good at doing that profession. But I, point throughout that process is anyone ever takes you the skills involved run a business, and that's a different whole as a completely different guy. You give me the best plummer in the world, but if you don't know how to. Promote yourself, and if you're not cheating presentable skills if you can speak to customers correctly and if you have all the invoicing stuff down and your act professionally. Water. I remember in nine hundred, Ninety gameboy before you were born. Being Michael Gerber in fact, I read mentioned Michael. And I remember reading Michael's book and December Nine, hundred and ninety as the myth and I just went to go to thirty one. I remember I thought God he's written book just for me. Is I'm GonNa get this guy. To come to the straight and you remember those twenty, three thousand business on his arm swing. And so I went to the back of the book is how long it goes, and there was a fax number member is the. Seriously I fixed him and you know and eventually out, he came in February of ninety ninety one and it was just amazing. But you know Michael Michael always used to. You know he's big thing was You know we're on the business rather than in an. To say, he would get on stage. You say, then he addresses in the road right on I on hairdresser and he was like do on the business and he said, and then he would look at them directly because Michael if you've been in an audience with Monaco, the does get blue a little time on about to do that. But anyway. So mogul look and he would say so that your head wrestler and you're on the business that right so. He would say, well, let me just look straight in the eye inside differently than that but in. The worst person to build to to build a hairdressing business and I noticed that way he's saying it that West. Hairdressing businesses a hairdresser. and His because you see, you always default cutting the hair rather than thinking about how I can build a business where other people can do that. Do you see you see what I mean and so You're so you're so right it just because you necessarily have the technical skill which you work hard and everything else to do doesn't necessarily guarantee success out there in the marketplace. But I think it certainly ties back to that conversation around understanding your organizational structure because for a lot of. We run those some events all over the world surfing and skiing events and all these cool things and when I run through these talk, these topics with guys at the events. Oh. My God I've just realized that. All I am in the on the head of my finance department then. SOCK numbers or on the head of customer support and Hyde paypal and. It's like a revelation penny dropped for them because they're like. So hang on a minute or need to do is try and someone on how to do this, and I can spend all my out on the job managing the projects, which is what I'm good at and then. All of a sudden bang. It's amazing. Now, one of the guests who had recently yarn he's on, he's been a couple of times, but he runs it extremely successful cabinet freebies and is on the northern beaches Sydney and Nelson gone goodbye him on. Now he's sent a couple of years ago is to a workshop recently did in Japan where we built out old shots when we're talking about old shots and he came back actually before the said all by the While to tell you that lost workshop in Japan, the gloss came back by. The old shot we bought some guys. Even the businesses grind twenty percent like. So. It's quite interesting. These little little things that people. Think is significant all of a sudden. It's like, oh, by the way. Eric could. Words you using around that you're the owner of the business. It does this rather than you are that. I think that's a very interesting distinction I. Think we have another distinction as well. The Lot of relief as well for a lot of guys out there is. You don't necessarily have to be the see all you don't have to be. and. I think that would be me. It's always like what? I know for sure I'm not GM Jean material you know like I'm the director of the. Off and on I want people around me I can implement these things and cut through cut through the crap you know and it's okay to be like that. If you understand that that that's your role in the business. Then it makes it a lot easier to deliver on and I want is your heart will bring people into those positions to fill that void. So you get LICO system jailing. So is this concept isn't air flow, which is like doing that she really enjoy and everything else. And you know if you if you don't enjoy the finance stuff. Don't do the finance because why would you got to yourself to they're doing right? In in the groove as to what you do and then find other people do it and yes, use the organization. The find the people who love to do that better than or now of course. which. Is released. Yeah. I'm I'm curious about is we've been chatting for quite a while. Conscious of the Tom you're investing. Thank you very much but. A little bit about the the more recent initiative we want J. One something recently came on board with your your. Ride. Again. Shout out to bring the intro bit. Of Mocking in wide. For Martin businesses to sort of give back to society community one to be honest it's really hard like looking at all these different. Charities and causes and things around, and he's like knowing what you know and what you hear about all these you know these charities the. Such, all actual portion of the money to the charity and the rest of the guys that the directors Lamborghini, fund the whatever. It is. Yeah. Sorry. It's quota I think a lot of people that to be would be. Thinking similar to me. On love to be able to give something back to a coal is. Actually legit and trustworthy in always always actually stuck to stumble across bay one j one because I mean didn't I think it was one conversation Saami outlets guy so I got into Hello I. Think. You. By the way, the Kislyak. One thing that goes. Because Zoom? US. Of the other day you're in his body. In Gina Forest. And that is actually my view here in in from the. CONDO. In. But. Yeah it is. But not the whole concert Jim on is very simple. We saw glad you're here by the way and then bring again shut out to Bryn is this whole concept which comes again to connection right so the whole concept is, wouldn't it be a great world if every time business was done that something great happened. So think about that from it wouldn't it be great world? If, you know when? Whenever, for example, in my case whenever I sent an email, very simple, a kid gets access to education and that's not about me guy while I'll look to me what it is saying is remember that whole thing about the percent birth lottery and remember what what's ahead just said about it being difficult. You know you you've got to find this charity and find that charity. In be one you on. There are something like six hundred projects and their high impact projects, and so you can link your business activities to whatever these projects. So you know if you're applying, you might want to say win win the quotas accepted open. The job is done. You might want to give them a little note after the event that says, thank you Mrs Jones. It was south frontier you might not use those words, but it was it was good to complete that job on time and just to celebrate that we thought you'd love tonight that as a result of getting the do that fifty seven kids just got like to water. Thank you very much. I was thinking about the impact of on Mrs Johnson, by the way I need to say this is not about you going. Let's. That's absolutely not what it's. It's it's about youth any even better about what you do and I spoke with a guy not that long ago who's had really successful business and he said. It was surprise visit law meaning or purpose in England has become all about the money and I think we will reach that stage hopefully some others and so being wanted you on unlocks that whole sane and allows you to link as I said before he will seem simple business activities to doing something great and you choose that way to real estate or to comment on your point when you do that in the. One hundred percent of your giving goes where you want to go. There's nothing comes off the top weight Mike anything out of it. It's it's it's it's really beautiful beautiful say and I think that right now we are at the something like two hundred eleven, million giving impacts, and all of that started just to circle back to where we started this these tiny little things that make a major difference and and Masami. Toe founded this with my she had that simple idea but in big right if that happened. So it's a little tiny thing but now where it goes and so I think it's also metaphor the how we can build great businesses as well. And if you want more information on that websites, one g one DOT COM and up on this podcast goes love you actually I would say set up your head across the. You'll say something. Polls. You help me with that hopefully because I haven't done this. Is. Just. So you can go on a cross relied at back to me how yours model for your business. You can add across to try to whip guys come off dot com and you can just sort of say we're going to do with that because it's Different to what you guys do as tribespeople, but you shot and I got the picture anyway Dan Philosophy inside fire. It's pretty pretty Donna easy to set up. Very easy. It's slow bureau. We even have a kid. And I think I mentioned today This woman she joined the Jew and she was selling Ban Lee about a and on the Saturday night after she joined and and what happened was she says Okay David Ten Year Son David Time Yotam dishwashing and David goes on. And she said, well, what about if we find it from my doing that and she was a little? One, and so she simply set up a little giving story which says. She's doing David. About right. David. This. Set it up so that when you do the dishes, what do you think would it would it be kids getting educational? It's getting more or should we countries? What should we? He's not well dishes water. Why don't we give ten kids access to water and all of that it only cost ten cents through and then he says, will you play the ten cents or going take you? So. Anyway and now you know this lady. So she called me about this was like on my mom she did this and just got the days ago we are in July and she she she said not been an issue with this but it's So gins get right. They really do and we we all people sometimes older people sometimes need to just take a moment and pause and just go. Wow, that's pretty interesting just from the great things that I do in my business great things can happen in my world and I can be. And can be in control of that is really a powerful thing. It's a great initiative so. Getting up and running. Thank you from the globe. We're getting want to be here and it's getting light lighten the die for you I'm sure appreciate very much the time and the compensation That is being. We'd none of us not none of us knew where it would. regale inside but I think it went interesting places and for those of you there's been listening to it I. Hope it was valley before you too. Thanks for listening. Yes. They'll be funny of conversations come out of the back of these especially with what we spoke about in relation to the time being and the selling thing and. and. So we might have to call on your on your expertise again at some point. Refine it's fun. It's fun to be able to talk about it and. The guys listening to us now they're doing important where I can and. I think we need to support that so anyway that I can't be happy to be back. Around five that's a wrap. 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#377: Lil' Jean Jacket

"Augustine, hosing a show with your host dog use Gino's. took. Take. The Tint. Why hello and welcome back to the Casinos Inga show would meet your host Agassi knows Inga and number free seven, eight de-stress state, their own show that stress. Day Or? Calmest Amigos Bien me say same know just hanging on in their as best as I can during these difficult times. If I'm watching the show view, Youtube make surely smash hit subscribing mic commandant low if you're listening to the Cossack pleasing their five star review download the show shared your friends puppy into the back of the card from carbon floor wait for somebody to pick it up. Pick ups I'm going against the wall though is the car back killing the train to work chuck it had been someone to pick up. And then continue tyler in the show too much rocks in it. Let's ask for in regard and also you can support the Chevy a patron forget that page on link is down below new comments yu-gi-oh defined. 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Blowing up the time line, hitting the airwaves and causing debate and controversy all over the nation are these new covid nineteen restrictions dive hit most of the do you case Scotland and wells for the most part? Of course we're just gonNA focus on UK because that's where I'm at. But yeah, it's been a bit of a it's been a bit of a tough. Pill to swallow some people I think like I mentioned maybe a few of shows I still get the feeling maybe not so much now because you know, of course, the new restrictions come into place you know been outlined by thinking of beginning or may be during the summer. I still had this impression a love people had a lot of people were kind of. Hope that number one vaccine by the end of the year or that somehow get back to noon by the end of the year I. Don't know why why they had that expectation maybe it was just trying to be optimistic maybe they had of abyss of information. But wherever is our had that feeling? Because of course, you know looking around the area going about? My everyday life into some food shopping and just hanging out you see people kind of not really acting as if like there's a global pandemic having at a moment right so of like just living life as living and most of it if anything isn't a fold, the people's mostly default the government rather leadership from the top of impre- wishy washy. Be Hands. offie. was a phrase used about. A great British. Public used a common sense or something along those lines. Right just kind of if anything was termed equally it's like you. It's like plausible deniability in some way shape or form it right instead of kind of being forceful with the rules are strict with it. They'd rather be hands. If anything does go wrong, you can't exactly blame Dan because they kind of gave you some vague general flow guidelines and if anything goes untoward than it isn't for them to. Be Put on but. I kind of got. Now of see what he's new cushions base Some really tough ones ones that probably needs have happened at UA denote giving back up to normal, but it just pobably thinks God damn it. If only the government would have been des- forceful would have been this forthright fright would been des- direct would have been des- blunt on this about the situation in the beginning who had been the FOB place instead of trying to that's happened right? If anything we got the. We got the kind of political version of what trump did when trump tried to like say, Hey, I'm going to be positive. You know here's what you mentioned to bubble would put both Aska at the moment could raise or something right? He kind of leaks that he was. He purposely tried to downplay the virus which you know I think mostly should try to remain calm and not. Hate trump you can understand his rationale but. He went to p. went like crazy in terms of like how he responded in public right? You dismiss this as China problems as an issue go away. But privately, he knew how deep issue was but he was shunned remained calm. He didn't really you know he didn't really Do. Achieved by the UK government did right they did really well in that regard dumped dumbing down the virus telling people to get back to work on holiday Tim, kids go to school which kind again, these are all things are probably crucial in terms of the wellness and you know whatever the economy of our country, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah, but these things together in. Tandem back to back, just kind of sent the wrong message it made it seem as if like we were doing. Well, we one then I remember those appeared where people were going on some holidays and Shit and then you look anything for yourself especially if you're going when he's hundreds of them while we can on holidays in countries that have been filed position than us. Not. An. It has to stay in place. They make any sensory in it, and then I guess some of these, Tech Business Tech Nepal puppet up in places and just it just kind of methanol bad taste in the mouth in it Kinda just made you confused. So I guess restrictions are meant to clear up some of that confusion the UK headline from the BBC says the coronavirus. New covid restrictions could last up to six months, which again was the that was the big thing that kind of. Triggered the time line for me of Donald Mind I'd rather I don't care how long it takes I just want to take as long as it takes you can get back to normal I'm on that but of course, I wouldn't want to be you know and living under these objections for like. Two years and she'll five web may be having takes for us to just to get this done so that we can return to normal life for. And I'm not ignorant enough to like believe that. Somehow we going to design a month or two mapping because we had a, we had nearly a year sorted out. We didn't. So it is what it is. So this is from BBC says the following says UK, reach a perilous turning point prime minister operations in the said as he set out a raft current device restrictions shop staff. Will have to wear face masks and weddings will have to be limited maximum fifteen people under the new rules visor breaking the rules on those on gatherings and knowing a mosque would increase two hundred pound the game, very clear warnings for the things that you're meant not meant to do again a wish this would happen before I in the beginning with this nonsense, just do it anyway. He also won't a significantly greater restrictions could come if necessary again, clear warnings telling you is all about at Mrs Johnson says, similar steps will be taken across the UK after he met with these of Scotland was a normally Tuesday. Morning like England Scotland's first. Munster, sturgeon also announced twenty ten o'clock curfew for Saturday businesses. The same measures to come into force in Wales of course of I'm still not I'm dubious about are mentioned previously that guy who Jonathan down. To actually made a comment that supposedly only five percent of covid cases of have come from the hospitality industry. So this myth supposed to help. A place that solve like sparking advice isn't true not to give the government some slack I don't fitness saying that by closing the pubs earlier I just think they're just trying to avoid the dreaded mingling, right? That's what they want to avoid and kind of think if they come and get pops out away, it would effectively keep people indoors 'cause. That's party issue because we head into the winter months most of the people that I've listened to online especially, the pub owners the landlords on their source of They've they've kind of said that their best business happens in the winter especially in the UK I went to mum's WanNa be endorsed next to a you know a fake log cabin. And Drinking, beers in a have church with their friends. So if they limit the hours or they, you know even just by one hour because in a pubs in the UK usually will a towns close by eleven anyway. So they limit by one hour is so puts makes a muzzle benign by that time in it because most people probably leave before ten anyway the house to fin out blahdy Blah Blah Blah so is a good way to solve. Like program the population not to be outdoors. So I think that's the probably the main point of ace. No, so much that Oh. We're going to stop the pops from opening later because we fearing that Esperanto viruses Moso so we don't want people to be out for stop. So if we limit their business hours, it's going to put me Quinn was head to, Hey, we call me go anywhere and of course, Geno into Monte can't do politics anymore. You can't go to bloody some trendy park somewhere. We had a double soul shoes and your you know and your bloody, you know A. Rolling a cigarette and stuff you can't do in the winter months. You kind of have to be endorsed House parties wherever it may be. So if limiting around people you can meet and also limiting their man hours pops up voice Orcas, I. Huge Chunk of the people that are going out in my opinion, it continues to answer Mrs Mr Mr John went further than England restrictions Bena visits visiting of household indoors while it comes up to the number you, K- cases rose to four thousand, hundred, twenty, six. On, Tuesday with the deaths increasing by seven speaking in the House of Commons apartments told MP ways knew that while we might have driven advice into retreat the puzzle second way was real. I'm sorry to Spain France and many other countries we've reached a perilous turning point again let does other countries though because I think he meant something about you. UK's free. We got free speech and move, but basically, they didn't look they knock them and he's do go second spike so we were always destined to get one. Difference is that they was use to already obeying the rules in some extent don't get me wrong. They did of discuss some Rosebud, they had something in place where they knew what the they knew how hot imaginations shook could get. So once stuff site to reopen again are well behaved, right? That's the issue. So of the problem you think in the UK if they did reopen stuff like people would go absolutely nuts and Paul, my fear actually when they interesting restrictions was that. They're going to introduce them on the Monday and in that would have meant the weekend coming up would have been just people just getting absolutely hammered by instead they were they kind of used their brains at a decided to implement the changes on Thursday which Kinda give you the industry had time to just guessing settings give people time to as well as the new rule change it continues to say. Mrs Johnson said a new rules were carefully just to mark to achieve maximum the number which measures how quickly devices spreading while causing the minimum damage to lives and livelihood but he said this was way by no means return to the full look much, and then we continued that by looking at video quick recap of Johnson talking about or address in the nation being a guardian we must take action now. I, know that we can succeed because we have succeeded before. When the sickness took hold in this country in March, we pulled together in a spirit of national sacrifice and. Not Not much. Lasted like two weeks. Off To that people were just doing what they wanted to do, and that's the thing I think is another room misnoma. Is If people hadn't misnomer. This term about what's that term? Is some flip in English folklore in the US keep saying, right what is it about something stitching nine body Blah Blah wherever that term does right some Shakespearean thing he's talking about. And it's sort of like I approve of not being lazy and kind of addressing issue now before the issue gets bigger, BLAH BLAH BLAH. But I don't Really Think Laziness when people somehow think is that people are not bothered to put my on the bumper to go social distance. It's not that I think people are just some people have made a conscious decision that they don't think as as for Fred and they'd rush marvel, take their chances to live their life and go by their go about life every go by the everyday life and continued you know trying to make the best of it then living quote unquote fear. What is just idea system? A different ideological is this a different worldview one group of people like myself saying, Hey I'm going to obey the rules were face covering hand. This will its one-sided just doesn't agree with that notion whatsoever. So it isn't really about convincing them. It's just about doing what's right for the greater good I mean that's why I think anywhere. Guidance to the letter we stayed at home protected the NHS and save thousands of lives in. Well, the vast majority of complied with the rules have been too many breaches too many opportunities. Are Invisible enemy to slip through on the tech. Did this is a good thing? It's a good thing that he's written a nation. Let s he went into the House of Commons. He also did it with some prayers and the he's doing this brief intonation finish as good. He's been forceful. He's trying to before Friday shine to. Solve of like be as varied as he can be, Hey, what was this energy in the beginning? My friend was energy amount. What was this energy when you 'cause imagine if this was a imagine if there was an incentive? Of E help out of like, save your summer with this message at the beginning. Imagine this message came to you April May. Before the show even started and said, Hey, if we get this number down. If we really smashed as far as if we do our best to make sure we contain this thing here's your reward nation. Some holidays E. POW while does whatever the freedom freedom of movement whatever that is that's that would have been a good that would've been a good way to combating instead no hands off approach common sense stay all these different codes and mantras and Nando alert systems and all this nonsense and people ducking views now Korea. The virus has started to spread again in an exponential way. A tough. A package of national measures combined with the potential for tougher local restrictions for areas already in lockdown. And as for that minority who may continue to flout the rules, we will enforce those rules with tougher penalties and fines of up to ten thousand pounds. Again most show how How work if they're gonNA touch again with pay way shape or form because I just think they just divide the country. Is All what they are, and it's just it. You convert convince them otherwise that's finally be doing if that's the case. We will put more police out on the streets and use the army to backfill if necessary. This factory. ME. So if it wasn't enough to. faubion mates forbidden. Neither going to have, they're going to call the Armenian to gave line that is a madness, and if you if you if you saw those protests in London between the black lives matter and some of the Xm, some of our veterans that some of our military folks than you would know if she kyw's come out on the street. And you to be of a different complexion to brush Johnson, you might want to stay indoors. Reality of having cope it is the your mouth cough can be someone else's death knell. And if we were forced firmly, you used these allergies in the beginning. Imagine this disparity beginning on this are knock. You stop this book. Just imagine if he was directing the beginning what it could have done, the deficit could have made the lives that could have saved. God in. Did you feel politicians get punished for their incompetence? Let's just like a hey, you just had a bad term in just get over. It's like. It feels like if you're a politician, you just end up and you do a bad job you like that kind of share act tennis soap opera. You don't GonNa ask you to get fired. No one's GonNa throw tomatoes on the street. But when people see they know they know you was version of wherever villain I was not serious. They know they know US I've ever sheet that the TV series you one face, right? Be Not to carry on you just you might end up in another series you may end up going to. A Spanish speaking country doing telenovela. But I think that's apple get treated as if like you know you really terrible job and nothing happens. You don't lose any money. You don't lose any state as you don't lose any opportunities. Your reputation doesn't suffer even in that regard just he's just put in the bad job bad job. By Job Into, a new national looked on. That was not just jobs and livelihoods, but the loving. Contact on which we all depend it would mean renewed loneliness and confinement for the elderly vulnerable to our lonely man I'm not elderly I'm lonely. Lately it will threaten once again the education of our children. We must do all. We can to avoid going down that road again. But if people don't follow the rules, we've said out. then. We must reserve the right to go further things will be far better by the spring fervor is six months spring. Is next year. And again, I'm okay with it because thousands prediction to beginning I always predicted that we were going to be under some kind of lockdown, a restriction of movement. All kind of you know a break from normality and to the end of the year again, it's just my energy of like being in a house party and having the police come around and breaking up in never really restarts the same way. It takes a while to kind of get going and if and sometimes it doesn't. It doesn't kind of the magic never returns soon as a piece of even when they compensate us okay and leave the magic never returned to solve like done. Right they kind of just. Dampens mood and of change their have changed the frequency the vibrations in sappy happens with this I think the government closes the economy down Tokyo to stay in place shots of different sectors. It's very difficult if not near impossible to get that done to get that restart of six month period. So regardless of how long the virus loss, you always have to take on another year to kind of gain stuff backed up to nome again, you just have to kind of re. Government just moved to slow too much red tape to Brooke AC- for anything else happened quicker than not even even the vaccine think how long it's GonNa take the vaccinate everybody when the vaccine comes round is not going to be like a week process is GonNa take mumps, mumps, and mumps moves especially if you know an s just hoping complications along the way. When we have not only the hope of a vaccine. But one day Su I must stress that we're not there yet. Of Mass testing. So efficient, the people will be able to be tested in minutes so they can do more of the things they love. That's the hope that's the dream. If we follow. Selling dream about testing. People not go. into. Saturday. So mentioned that tried to get tested they had to they were they were told to go to. Aberdeen. Scotland get tested live in London thousand nearest place go test nearest. We will get through this winter together. There are unquestionably difficult months to come and the fight against Kobe is by no means over. And I have no doubt. However that there are great days ahead. But now is the time. For us all to summon the the discipline. And, the resolve. And the spirit of togetherness. The will carry us through. Some budget judge Holman F, I him terrible job. Again, I don't mind that we have to changes is what is you know winning by position where we have to get them but just the amount of time that was wasted man like if you just it on the stairs looked at the beginning, you would have it would've appeaser but even a cover denies you just tell them to be indoors for two months shutter for copy. Give them money at mean whatever may be let them rant and rave guess looking for two months we HANG OUT WE'LL GET A. Numbers Down with it needs to be we keep an we slowly and surely open of different areas of the economy. The people are more vulnerable. You tell to stay in place you don't push to get back to work he just that's it working from offices a down into a vaccines around you know that stuff at least economies reopened people can still move and kind of you know business can flow supply chains broken blahdy Blah Blah Blah instead look what happened hands off approach go to become us go in flip in you know get yourself a half price. Piece Express whoever's doing even sometimes the question even the decisions people major and all help out. But wherever at least a solution has been done in some regards we are no way to some kind of recovery but yeah. UK. Lebanon how you film him? Six months six months we're going to be in lockdown six months another six Mosa. Let me know what you're feeling. Out. Day during the UK, let me know your vibe is an comments down below. Okay move on. From that one. I'm news and a hip front. Unfortunately, if you're a fan of bobby chm murder. He was denied bail recently. So unfortunately, I think there was a big push hippie seemed I think because he's Marvin signed, I guess he signed to ROC Nation Roy SM ties with some big label regardless over just basically stand up dude and he didn't do was did basically the opposite of what six, nine hundred when he ended up getting a busted by the feds and it was a hope that he would be backed by the in the summer obviously, they might been hoping to kind of you know. do to whole corona virus hustle that six nine ended up doing you know saying yet as Melissa nonsense but having worked for punishment of maybe because he broke, you know he hasn't been his best behavior in prison, but he's basically been denied parole and he's going to be stuck in prison until the end of his prison term. Now, this could just be the prosecutor being like you know or the judge being the hey, we say example because Bobby Schmidt, any friends basically poem principal some pretty heavy charges, right? So I'm sure they went to send a message at Taranto anybody else that might WanNa get involved in the activities a day were convicted for that. You know set up I guess regardless of stardom they just didn't WanNa Buck also unfortunate if you're a fan of his way into next year or the end of next year for early release, they might end up appealing an parole of. These works that way basis frontier DC Bobby Shimoda pro denied stuck in prison twenty, twenty one. said. Rest of the world boyish Moore has two reasons to retain twenty because it's not going to prison just yet spice high upset you would. Louisville's missiles his toe TMZ bobby was denied parole off interview the last week. No reason was given us to why. But we're told certainly going to be held in custody until the very maxine waters, which is December eleven twenty, twenty one, we know bobby was not been helping his case while doing his time remember the rapper top eleven violations and could drop addition fighting in having a shank and a good behavior clearly weighs heavily on the Parole Board. So you know those things is all like similar to like meek mill. Go. Back to prison for breaking, he's covered Beckenham probation by doing wheaties street and you know he got the entire hip hop to ban around again released Tuesday his own mistake it feels like that kind of if you're in prison. And you've got the backing of some of the big labels and you know some rule because ends industry you probably over to damage yourself to ridicule your nose clean. Now, that's easy to be said from the outside in. We don't know what reality is living with. You know having to live in a habit basically spend. The six plus years in a federal prison Especially, you know knowing how popular he was at that time of going in there to a is a whole different vibes understand it, but it's just a shame in it it to sit as we reported heat copped a plea deal ten to twenty sixteen to conspiracy to possess weapons a position of a weapon. The ever charges including conspiracy to commit murder were tossed but was initially sent sixty seven years in prison and has been. Insists seventy, two, thousand, fourteen, Jesus Christ Bobby Smith, the story published Maputo's son was ready to drop me music if granted parole and it was. A documentary about his life in hopes, it could be used educational tool for troubled youth. So yeah. Again. side news by guess still he has a positive coming out. So that's also great in still is career. He's Hawker in front of him. To change his life for the better and I think he's fans will be more than happy to way of a year. If you wait this long Bob Schmead. African abby between of ear and is as bad as that news is I'm sure he'll be fine. Moving on was this one we've got this story about a single plane passenger jet nurse US moving lower mccovey talk through. Next story here because we have. A story that I guess should be hopefully a a cautionary tale. Hopefully a good wakeup call for the said individual a big fan of his I think he's easily have been. He's easily one of the best new rapids demerging the seen Maybe one of the most improve to from the time that I I saw him to how he's developed now and it's just been crushing especially with the visuals probably has won the best video teams in the game hands down and it's the baby big big fan of his again I don't really subscribe to the idea has one flow. I. Think he's very versatile I. Think he has his own car especially for a young artist, an age of. Of Artistry He's very young in a game for him to have a particular sanders very discernible a particular cadence. A particular aesthetic without really it doesn't feel like he's tried that hard anyway to find it. So just imagine. What will happen once he really starts to concentrate all making great music and great buddies work. He's going to disguise the limits sky and again, the visuals are just insane in terms of weight does Bob Fortunately. As all amazing people he has a little bill. Dockside and at dockside is that he doesn't hundred disrespect. You just doesn't under any circumstance wherever you're a female whether you kid wherever you're a grown man wherever you are. If you come at the baby the wrong way, he'll definitely set you straight and unfortunately because he's so big east like closest thing we have a new ludicrous or something. Right? He's like that. He said that we'd never way he's like really well regarded in the wall in the Kinda streets and he's also very much accepted in pop wall to let general couldn't public world right kids all over the place. Love a minute. So it's really interesting when it'd be does him On the streets and fans are coming up in wanting his own selfish and it's just so many different people for Mums two children. Two teenage to young adults is to cover the whole gamut because obviously it's one of the more popping representing has some big features on big pop records but you know that dark side of his gets into trouble because he demanded the people he's out in the street even yes security he kind of touches. Hugs and kisses people obviously prior to covid but that's gonNA cause issues and this is one of them. For Complex, the baby sued for notification will her Beverly Hills Hotel employees this happened I think sometime last year. But I, think you remember the video of himself like given the business or put pressure on some hotel employees kids opposed is because he was taking pictures of him was his in Dan the baby going he was coming into say TVs child in jeopardy body Blah Blah Blah it was really aggressive very unnecessary for the crime that was offender that he took place. But again, at a time, you could understood the reason then you kind of moved on but somehow Lucia wide somehow the kids decided to sue. The baby of the altercation Donna what prompted it, but let's continue the story says here. The baby is being sued for his altercation with a Beverly Hills? Hotel employees, teams. He reports the incident took place in. December. Two thousand, nineteen at the hotel at Mary in Beverly Hills and was captured by the building's surveillance cameras in footage rapper can be seen following the show Kristof. POLKA sand gray into the building, pushing him into a chair after token to them and the baby and a member of team exited the building. I. Remember this video explain that a little bit for. The guy they're looking into chef I guess would be shift close on. It yes absolutely draped and push the war sat down in his chair. And then they're over him putting in the pressure pointing fingers faces got his leg. Purpose son in a huge. Stunning. And now you shoot me if it's a hotel in Beverly Hills, that most likely that kid is us being a chef was just being annoying in China sneaky pitch of every who's doing NBA to kind of act that way and go to such extent they must be there must be more to incident you hoping so an arrest continue For, their chef claims organization started because the baby foods take a picture of him. So he took a Selfie with the baby in the background again, you shouldn't be doing that right especially this thing about fans some fans you should know if your friend of the artist, you should know what they're about from Reading Vince coaching interviews from what Ching other people talk about the artists. From reading between lions, creepy WANNA comments you should know the character of the artists that you're dealing with saw when remember early in the day when people used to get when fantasy to get to tyler from taking pictures of being awkward and Weird and like his pre pre evident from how he carries himself that he's not the most comfortable when people are you know being with? Fan gals and guys to him, which is ironic considering how much of a fan go I'm tyler and the Basha please people are throwing just our magicians likes but he just doesn't deal of it well, and and he's kind of told you countless times. Hey, don't be with pitcher instead took them. You have a conversation but still people Oxford picture, they get they get the blanket. or He kind of keeps it moving and then guess what go should meet his complain tight as a bad guy sack no, he's told you about he's shown times. He's about the whole taking pictures thing Tokyo. Child sits telling what your favorite choon was of his album mentioned something about the bridge I duNno, whatever he likes them with the baby. He seems like somebody doesn't really. Enjoy fans coming up to him when he's on his own load relevant everyday life. He's okay. Thinking crowd looks like when his other friends around he kind of tons on the autism of when he's on his own and he's on Daddy. Ju just being a regular dude being cook. He doesn't like France coming up to him and taking pictures. It's just what it is. So he should have been the fans should have been respectful enough and just carried a move in so you know. You have to blame him for some extended but of course, the baby but we took it too far with a physical altercation continues maybe saw the mandate pitcher and told him to bleed the photo. The Sheriff says he deleted on the spot but this didn't satisfy rapper leading to the other -cation at the time of the instead of the baby confirmed that the the shift also pitcher declined because he was his door maybe dinner just jeff tried to film him while he was holding his daughter despite him repeatedly asked him to stop. As. A as a result the baby daughter safety was jeopardised which. Response the hotel worker you see me pushing came out to outside hotel Oxford record video while hunting material to babysit and instagram icon said no explained to him that person be demand at the time would compromise. The safety of my child is social media in a way of staying. Now, the Shifa slept the baby lawsuit I includes US kisses. Battery efficient, emotionally distressing seeking unspecified damages. Now, I'm just confused as to why this came about now I don't get it. I think if anything if my memory serves me correct being big the baby fan I think this might be and he's lost physical education with somebody maybe just before the proceed the Gal slapping free when you walked in walked through the crowd and indecisiveness of Gail he didn't know I didn't think news again someone just touched him in their own way and just because. It's the baby look his face. He doesn't take no shit. Look at that face to face some takes shit. So. He just react to the slap them I've been. Incident buffing. Since then you saw learn his lesson he kind of avoids getting himself into any kind of fisticuffs, which is you know the best thing for him even though he seems to be able to handle himself but curious to know why the kate decided to sue now. Now, what's the rationale behind it is at just is that hard times Kobe Times where people just trying to you know Fine wherever money they can find behind the SOFA in between the cushions and shit and this might be a good one. We remember. Oh. Yeah. Share remember son by the baby out work on it and he tried to sue I wonder what it is about is going on again I hope this is a. Lesson learned for people like the baby of his ilk. Again, he's probably cost of his own in terms of what he does and the CBA. He's too big of a nice to be beaten up brandon people. Jeremy like copy doing that right especially, people attempt to claim to be fans but they're annoying you can't just go on he in them that that's not the vibe. So yeah, hope the baby has learned from his misdemeanors there and it kind of works out from WHO intense purposes. One. Losses on here that Oh yes. SUPPOSED TO BE QUBE is look into cell but hype point. So do you even use creepy? There was a big deal. 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The one way Brennan wasn't rounded or just Kristalina will Sasso and Bryan callen is of infamous one reconciliation loops. German at one right that was the one right Aliu says. Is it down. That was on fifth night legendary some a big fan of his right. But I've had a real issue how dealt with these sexual assault allegations or especially the more serious allegations of rape I think he's dealt with in a really poor and it's really kind of encapsulate overly poor cherry on top of a really disastrous year FO- cabinet from separating with his more of children to get into eyelid surgery to securing his own show scandal. You know what is securing role in the show Spin. Off The spin of gang canceled being covered Anaya an you know suddenly not be embroiled anneke coveted I offering his friend Kristy on the bus to pretend like he doesn't know him the backing him up in public, and then suddenly he's broaden his own sexual assaults kind of which if on paper is she more serious over the fence then what Chris has been alleged to have done Chris alleged in beverly dog and tried to Holler at. Everything that moved that states that he was visiting by net it doesn't really seem data bat if you look at it on paper, right he didn't sex you're so anybody he was maybe indecen increase in some respects it branding on account your member aware county believe avenues one about indecent exposure. But you know if we have to great a level of nastiness out, say potentially raping somebody and maybe whipping at your piece because you're trying to be too. I say the rape. Definitely. Overseas. The whipping piece of pieces to approach don't get me wrong but. The point remains of never even a fan of how he's kind of dealt with the issues and. I guess I've been vindicated somewhat because now I'm especially prior to the prayer private made about. Basically. What he say no. So Brian Cowen said in one of his earliest videos die played. Of of I think the an update of showed the brain candidate pool. He mentioned that how going back until He was going to launch booklets. Book Club is also growing until and ill advisor. Them feels good idea because as much as I commend he's chewed to be like, Hey, I did nothing wrong. So I'm going to try and live my life. I'm going to go try and put food on the table. You know you know helping my family you know got provide for my family. You know whatever payments has to make whatever he is doing his life. He's he's within his right to try and make the best situation bound fortunately in the era that we live in order we live at a moment. If you're accused of such a crime, you have to clear your name before you can go around trying to. Go about your life you know. Regular or kind of regime. Yeah. Every live conduit if he allegations over your head because guess what happened especially if you're a comedian if you decide to toe and you announced the days because you want to sell the tickets and said it out because Bryan Callen isn't Lucy K.. Unfortunately, he'd needs to advertise these shows ahead of time people to go out and buy tickets. What's going to happen is at the track the detractors if you're into DSP wherever I don't like you. And the people that think you're guilty they're going to make it their mission to council you to cancel the shows that you're appearing to send you a message A. Hey. By the way, we still think you're a bad person. We still think you did this really heinous crime and if the court system components you, we're gonNA punish you by cancelling your ability to make a living as what cancer coaches effectively is, and for some reason, Brian Things counterculture doesn't affect doesn't apply to him I don't know why that is otherwise approaching this where. He's friends on, took it to him, and if so to do on his own by generally think is a bad idea and again I've been proven right because now his article from place called PEA patch up Jiba. And basic on in-in-in Sonic right and the article says the following alleged rapists Brian Cowen, his whoring and Jen Kirkman is understandably outraging Kirkman. I guess is one of the. Women in the scene to kind of leading the charge in terms of gain men in comedy scene to solve. Own Up to their mistakes to hold the. To male comedians accountable as she generally just been lying the fire. Of some of the people that I've been accused and just basically being the person. It's like Hey I don't forget what happened. Right? So she basically sworn enemy of some of these which comedy stalk readings you just want to carry on and just you know ignoring pretend like nothing happened which I guess again, never good nor bad by just think if you're the one that's being accused of doing such a heinous crime, you need to clear your name because if you don't someone like Jen Kirkman is GonNa, make it their mission to make sure everyone knows exactly what you did and to stop any kind of possibly fee to kind of advance to move on from the because. Whatever so The following it says ferber evidence. That power of consequence widely hyped does not true orchids these still canceled he congress should. It's the thing I hereby some of these people, right? Again I don't I. Don't think coach is a good thing in general but understand the premise. I. Understand that sometimes there is such a heinous crimes committed. There's no way of somehow maybe the time has elapsed, maybe there's no way of gathering actual rule evidence. But if there's no way to actually have somebody you know be convicted and be front into prison because they did something to reheat us back in the day do any way that you can get. Some kind of reprisal is to effectively quote unquote reifer wherever critically have because for some reason like who's who quote come from I'm GonNa say with an Economy Mississippi Humphry like the worst end up on top right WHO's it by? A member. This quote was pops into my head whenever fingers Sir the worst. A make it to the top who's by a quote by Hayek Right? Yeah. It's a famous quote by Hayek. Got It here. 'cause that's what Jimmy happens. That's why counterculture works because usually the of people definitely do make it to the top according into high-carat. Quickly, publish articles is as High Iq was right. The West do gets a top that the deterrence by the freedoms remarkable good response in recent years from the clubs the Soviet Empire to for presentation as no SANITA social assesses with silly and destructive schemes. The specification of why and how such people get in positions of power is still finding the wider was on talk, which is a chapter, ten of FA highest masterpiece of wrote to serve them. So if that is A true fan we are to believe. So I'm not I'm not mad at council coach you're going to try and get somebody out the paint because any way you go to do but to save over hype isn't true because he's his career has been canceled somewhat conquered is unknown show. He's better and Rogan has biggest show on the planet doesn't ever mention him. He's friends took him because he's on any of that mud to be placed onto them. He's officially been. Ostracized from his community, he's lost Econo- meaning any kind of making an income that is canceled. VIBE has continued. brain can still touring comedy clubs. In weeks off the four women accused him of sexual misconduct and sexual assault, the former go bookstore, and christly co who who promise vanity what's not lay low is currently listed as appear several clubs in the movies. Comedy Incentive Jamaica. Outraged and I mentioned it in my video prior by the booklets bookmobiles already ill advised him to announce his on toll you not going on four normal to see you you should be trying to Bloody. Clear your name as opposed to going on tour. This again is it's just. So sometimes I want an this. That's why I really do think as much as people rag on Brendan he's happen to Bryan callen without Brent Brendan Librarian would be weighed beanies career right now he's a great stand up comedian, but the he's moves that he makes just so. I don't know man for first smart as he can sound sometimes he really does do things in a really dumb way and outlook being essentially you know all these definitely get council by end of the week. If this carries jen keeps if jen keeps between sharing, sharing on social. Toys done. He's going to be competitive and he's going to be you know granting a rave on these show about something else Leo. Hey, system of this Mrs. Mazel. Rights are drink cook. As you can see here, she could look into is she's definitely determined. Took to twitter to call a male comedians to allies they claim they. Call out the clubs who are book, and he's let rapists as a quote from her. On twitter says Demo Comedians I'm outfox you've or down again remember three months ago when you went to help change the culture, we still see you ever freighter don't care. These are the two options now that's unfair fair to be honest if you went to help when it happened why we know so fresh, I get the sentiment, but now it's not really a business. If you're not involved in this you didn't do anything wrong you kind of essentially we're going through a global pandemic. You've probably go your worries your things interloop after is actually the responsibility of somebody I could drain Kirkman who is Pretty prominent. Voice of. Displeasure, when it comes to some of these actions from some of the bigger people in comedy senior L. A.. So she you platform, she's verify she's an F. especial. It's good enough what she's doing her friends sore silence the alarm let people know hey, this is more sensible but to expect. Of a people who aren't involved in his who don't have any skin in the game who don't have anything to do also ever if anything they probably in a really macabre woke up in a very. Selfish way they probably weigh in for everyone to of like Kelly Jefferson and they can have spots that they can go and appear on like that's probably the main named game because he was just a, you're regardless you months ago I wrote the eighty five point threat about how you can help change the culture of sexism in comedy. Now, I don't know if it's because the pandemic still going it doesn't really seem like there is comedy will what a great time to help rebuild it and change the culture now that clubs. A really struggling like you do have a little bit of power here so The power thing again, like if we do one to if we want to address these things, this list not just won't be pointing H OF ELICIT WORKED TO GIVE A. Comedian. Known about none this stuff but I would assume the best way to kind of Gabby puts opinion side is not chastise in public. You probably should be trying to get them on your side by may be encouraging them may be trying to convince them may be trying to empower them maybe trying to make them your actual ally instead of Bingo attack dog wherever is by them finish the best way again yes. I look in I. Don't know what's going winded by the way male Comedians I knew you would never do anything about it. 'cause you're all really afraid. Because you've always had each other and you've always thrown the women under the bus, even the alternative commissions. Essay. For anyone there for everyone under the bus as proven with Chris, Lear Bryan Callen L. A. Seems like such a cut for a place to be an entertainment in general assume actors committee actor standups improve it just ten penny at a in California in. America. In a world, right? Everyone's funny everyone knife on funny will allow people can be funny locker really good at what they. Do in that mode of funny. So when they get to Hollywood and opportunities are even more limited they on your wall because there's only certain amount of spots that people can take. It's no surprise that people are going to be a little bit back stabby and Anouk off their own self interests and a fro- their own fringe under the bus if Brian Callans quick to dismiss that. Is. Quick. To kind of make it seem as if he doesn't know Chris and say, they don't talk he's ever seen him do anything Brad could've gone tour and then at least pitches for him and kind of him in the League Razor Midstream from his feet, you shouldn't expect him to suddenly speak people of that ilk to then stand up for women that they don't know who have gone through a WHO alleged that they com prove is not going to happen if they can't back their own friends right in against serious allegations. But if they combine their friends will Michigan, they're gonNA back you. Mean, you have to this whole chastise and things a little bit of a bad tactic in that regard is GonNa just you know they're a bit what normally live a bit. They don't have any backbone. So you can't me suggest that in that regard I think again, if the she got the platform, she's got the connects she's blue checkmark. She's got a special on Netflix like you're doing a good job in that regard yourself don't need to Cajole guys. You probably don't give a fuck about it were actually what's going on in general to be completely honest to try and go on your side not going to help anyway shape or form I don't think. So guys, we see you. We've always seen you. I'm out of Fox to give at this point. that. Shit. Crazy from this pandemic. So I don't care. I. Don't care of all comedy I don't care. I don't she doesn't care full comedy goes but issuance people that have the power to redress abundance. CARE, if I'm liked I don't care. So I'm just having fun writing on twitter of clubs that book rapists even if their clubs are owned by people that I performed for. You're just adding your opinion I'm not trying to get anyone's dates canceled but Yeah, you are. Again, this is the thing with this issue so many people. Cancer Coach does exist is not over hyped and if you are going around in clubs or people that you think shouldn't be playing a places, you all doing it with the intent. Okay. They cancelled now. Do I think it's the right way to go things Renault by understand the sentiment I get it. If you charges guy for the crime that he allegedly did right then the best way to. Tech this person's for their pocket, right? That's the only way to they into quote unquote learn listen and actually where you can get your message across I get it. But to make you out to seem to make it out to be like anything other than canceling somebody and making sure they don't have a living is a little bit disingenuous. It is what it is. Isn't it? YOU HAVE TO SLEEP That's the thing you have to go to. Maybe maybe they just convince like I say just convinced that they're doing something fundamentally right. Conscious may be the case in it just convinced that this is what I'm doing is the right thing regardless of iffy because general if you think about it canceling Prank Allen Right is gigs is essentially. Removing his ability to provide for his family, removing his ability to support his mirvish children receiving the believe him to pay for his kids to school. Right. So it's affecting. People that have nothing to do with the allegation he's with the crimes that he's been accused of. And again you know if you WANNA get metal evasive effective, it's affecting a single mother, right? Somebody's already gonNA find it difficult to. Keep riverhead in California with two kids. It gets a bit weird when you really think about why not like Clubs already have stopped tweeting about how Brian couns coming don't because I was so annoying and then customers joined in because they're like we don't want support something like this. Now missing teak is day-to-day. I'm just saying out your voice because clubs always say free speech and we love you know the doing with the marketplace wants, hey, the marketplace wants to see guy with Dick out we book him well does the marketplace ever speak up the other way? No but male comedians you could just simply tweet like, oh, it's not that well, that makes a good point I think. Everyone was to get in on. That's okay. I, get I get the complaints. People will complain that some Amblin Lucy came from his game and he was popping up in certain clubs. So I think he popped up in some places and of course, naturally, some people upset because, hey, I didn't pay to see this guy I I believe is a creep I. Don't I don't condone anything he did at Dumping Shepherd Career Blah Blah, Blah game on my space. So they naturally, they naturally go upset and they had every right to be upset right because you pay ticket to sees someone in saga you don't like pops up you're going to be pissed off. So then club changed their tactic and decided to announce that he was coming and it was up to the market to decide the our customers they went to pay to see him or not, and you know, of course we'd. Lucic Musica, Star power, and the fact that if my opinion he was pretty much a dinner on the stage anyway offense kind of Ford that they knew he wasn't surprised by wherever he was alleged to have done and maybe some people form their opinion about the story and maybe he didn't anything bad anyway. However, the case is there's by tickets and so that he shows wherever he went and oversee rubbed the wrong way. So that's the issue issue for me isn't that. What she's saying is partly true by Think, the issue is that if the market decided Bryan callen was. If the market said, we want to see Brian, currently sold at a show she was to be annoyed the comedy comes in on. So we have to pick up a little bit because I think you calmly comedy clubs for putting on a big comedian who hasn't been charged for anything. Right? Let's get into being accused of something is one thing but he hasn't been charged record-low nothing's been proven allegations. From the time being that he knows everybody bad. If again I'm I'm a Bronco Fan, I still think he should lay low he shouldn't be trying to put on show. It's in bad taste, right? Yeah. Some really heavy allegation will be said he's trying to clear his name. He should be trying to make amends whatever you should be doing shouldn't be trying to dig Dick some status, not the time. But. If the market does decide that they wanna see him and they think it's okay because he hasn't been charged of anything then you have to let them go and see him to you can't then go and carry on firming up place cooling embalm Fritz picketing outside a club that's taking it too far. You made you. You made your stance, you made your position. Clear people know what you stand he just Kinda move on. But again, knowing this whole issue, the whole program for me in this isn't jen isn't what these women are saying. It's fundamentally Bryan callen he should have never knows he's going on the tour. It just doesn't make any sense. Why is he on tollways? Allegations are still hard for their head like it doesn't make sense. He's own best friend Joe Rogan will isn't it mentioning his name ever again on on air or his poke especially on spotify and now he thinks it's best to go to now look he's has articles. Being written about him engine Cook when come in a minute often multiple afraid to buy him always gonNA freeze just a very, very poor decision making his in his thoughts and then you can listen to the Jackie Laurie show and find out like what exactly is not cool about it when the whole staff has to be around someone that's been accused of rape, but you guys always ask how you can help them in you never do it so funny but I know you're busy taking down trump and that makes you feel like you're doing but again I think it's unfair people. Look. Let's move on with article. So back in June Kirkman Often Olympia framed action items Sundays does could take to help make the shed work environment safer for your again, these things are probably needs to be done. In the long term with a bit more cooperation would kind of finger pointing again that's probably another. Day We continue and in says I'm Ernie one male ally who is doing the work is God God. We'll take them in husband of Catherine field. That's what they do accused should. Branko rape. Nights nine and again this the issue fear if I remember the story correctly. I can amy coupon was a little bit loose with some to the fiction but. If I remember correctly, they did kind of lose to fact that he might have Rafidah allegedly right. So, if I'm being accused of something like that like. This time to be announcing shows, there's no time to be trying to learn secret potluck patron podcasts, I mean you're GonNa try and create your name. So you could go back to do what you're doing before the level you're doing it like. Some nondescript studio with a wobbly table doing conspiracy free podcast with somebody that you didn't probably speak to that much prior in some Tripoli who's been absolute jen in terms of how he's backed him in public is probably against some trip. He doesn't know Brian Cameras well as Joe Rogan does and he's beckoning more than he is. It's like, oh. Yeah. All the things again annual has continued. Looking over the websites for the club listed above reveals interesting details. The helium comedy chain not only has kind of performance has promoting his appearance from the Shane in his who might remember from side in again. See Look. Just his own surface action is getting Shinkin this name for in the mud. The candidacy Improv is also has Kevin Show promoted on his main page and it's an Improv has listed on the calendar. Turbo meanwhile, the breakdown comedy clubs seemed to have scrubbed cannons named from their website already want. So one places really knocked him off a Google Search Name Brand current tells Debbie La. He says, however, if you get the link, it takes you to a May pay listed on the day shown in. Google. Preview new cannons list still is unclear if he's been counselor Britan's laying Lonzo its Tom. Blows over. Court. Cookman and take them shed their profound disappointment with the men in comedy saying following Cartman said France for doing this work. Hope you'll as discussed design at the male Comedians who will say anything don't even mean friends of color I mean the good guys week just fucking week but again, what you expect, right they don't help you any like La Comedians. The just the worst in they don't th friendship doesn't exist. No. Trying to protect their own shows, protect their agents detector on open trinity to Gauge Gigs it is what it is. Suggest that somehow people are not involved in a even their friends are going somehow jumping to be allies. It's just not going to happen there waiting for the guy to get canceled completely say can take your spot comedy club comedy story. That's what they're waiting for and I guess the husband of and hundred percent since they all came at my wife and I have been talking about signs of the male comics. So good ones it's disgusting disappointing Stephanie Yeah But again I think the onus is on the people that actually give a shit to make the change. If people don't give a shit that don't WanNa get involve. Let let them be an unfitness anything that's slam them. Regard a maybe might be a slight again it's not really a business. He said Okay. Continue here. The audiences Kirkman explained this up to Comedians and comedy Patriots to speak up when clubs booklet abuses, of course but then there's also up to the clubs. So you speak up, you've wish this discontent and it's up to the clubs have a final decision if they WANNA buckle under pressure and say, we're going to take the show off then cool. But if they want to continue putting a show on, you have to respect the decision to is heinous as bad this whatever tasteful. But is what it is in that regard. But again, Callan, why did you announce the shows? Why you until while you know trying to clear your name who knows? It continues here she she's going in like she's twin lawyer in this article says I feel alone you asking guys give share including Sapphire, which means which makes me feel insane. I think having Kovic probably doing it to being endorsed so long and just seeing people that probably this thing to counter coach as interesting especially during covert when somebody does something allegedly as what he has been accused of, and you're seeing them on on your time line still you're seen them you know you see these Patriot flip blow up thousands of pounds a month being pledged to him and he's efforts to get back on his fee and you it must irk you again. So genesee bitterness by Ackerman, the stand that contempt that's going to be brewing when somebody like a John Kirkman may be things you really have them sandwiches that he has he's a man did. So this is why I think some of the cash should be a little more. Sensitive of the climate right and just be a little bit understanding that sometimes it's not even you is what you represent that as actually the problem and the best way that he could have maybe addressed it wasn't to maybe you know. Openly what chastised council culture when the allegations cameras, this counterculture, Callan you being accused of touching women when they don't want to be touched up being accused of raping. So Jamie this isn't Canseco. This is way beyond cancer coaches like. Is such a doughnut man again I'm a big fan of his buddies fumbled the so badly. She said he it's about What is it? Continue here she said I'm realize in the mentality of the dude is that if they can't fix all the second nothing mares. Kay's company company. It is excited to Karen coming because about twenty five people wrote gross under the and all it took to them shipping himselves. She says about Kelsen Comedians are ruining club lives is about making people who book repairs have to put up with someone comfortable feedback of their businesses. Susan's that's it is so much simpler and way is punk rock that then you're making it. Yeah you can spin it that way, but you know it is what it is. GonNa Count someone them but don't try and make it seem like you. Now you're doing anything but that continued here's some respond. Disappoint Kuchma tournaments caused by under invoice some person could Francona. Who I'm assuming we'll probably in the same scene is recognizing the names will probably. Improve people who'd naturally make sense. Now because if you listen to Joe Rogan, does because comedy scene, they always attacking impromptu thing how in a Corny and lame day it makes sense now that they've been the people who've been accused of the horrible crimes are the ones from the comedy store legit comics say make sense that these guys don that graves and I it completely makes sense I get and in another peasant here called may Martine. Another person called a gray delays Griffin who repeat a tweet as she buffy met another day when the faintest story she leaked about her and a friend going to see callum go into comedy store and they're looking at because it's a Kevin. Because he allegedly raped what inmates and it continues here. Number Person Haub Gentleman and the update is that breakdown already has council show breakdown company covers confirmed it accounts book in. This shows have been canceled. So again, the point remains man like. You can ignore council coach as much as you want you can pretend doesn't exist, but it's GonNa come to you especially especially especially, if you haven't defended yourself adequately your content go about trying to you know. Re whatchacallit restart your career in any way shape or form especially Callan to his he's not known. That level of fame where he can essentially dictate how things go the way he wanted to go. He still needs the benefit of the doubt he still needs. Fans and. New Fans Kinda take I don't know. He just hasn't got that hardcore basic Nikki sort of like a Lucy K. would have in terms of kind of riding through the storm and again is unfortunate inches on issue. He has kind of soda that wakened. Fan, because I think. He's friends. We can help them a bit more bug and this might be common for the thing that really and in the coveted now of prior this all mad. It s maybe coming back. To shore but hey. Let me comments down below moment you think Jen Kirkman is going way too hard. Do you think she's the range deficiencies woven their rights to call up for male comedian friends what you female comedian should be doing? Should they be trying to help out and trying to hold clubs accountable always at the responsibility of the people who actually being affected I eat a women I e the allies of these women to try their best to hold the clubs accountable and to try and kind of create a safe space for Comedians with interment industry whatever you foresaw. Let me know comments down below. Kate. Next move on from that one soap. Oh. Let's begun. Update here on Christa. Leah. Lou Show one because no one be mentioned Chris as name anymore he saw like a the The boogeyman Ri- whatever that, what was that horror film? Will you call repeat the person's name whatever is a he is that person you do day do not as name name shape or form, which again considering the allegations abbot hovering against over their heads, Chris Leah's crimes of relatively tame if you really get to the me and bones of yet cassation's right is him just being a dog trained to hallway that moves in every state that he visits when he's on toll maybe he? Slipped up and didn't check the DB's of some of the profiles that he was messaging and just Germany like site is whatever it may be. If you remember he's quote his statements like all he led lifestyle, get the best to take him weve right that essentially happened and that's basically it. I think he's also may be guilty of being vivid Dick covering from somebody accounts. You read somebody else he's not really the best of company when he knows what he wants from said individual allegedly. necessarily. Guys Way to make a fun evening I'm let it be said in that regard and again these crimes not really it's a sh-. DICKHEAD? Would you recommend him to your sister Oh, to your best mate probably no. But you know he's probably not enough to county his career but I understand in his position especially considering his image and the fact that he's Tito and he seemed no and to suddenly have this weird nowhere butts to suddenly have your fetishes and your you know behind closed doors desires. Laid bare for the water, see can be really embarrassing. So it might be moving embarrassing thing that he's laying low has said nothing since then been some pictures of him hanging around and Shit and going shopping with by ever hear bashful Krista Leah and of course, he's friends of you know not really said, mom you don't expect much from most of them but you know somebody evers you expect a little bit more and I guess one of them being bobby bobby he's been going through a tough time himself right I think. There was spat where I felt like there were stories those old clips of Bobby. Lee On What's his name on the David? Show they've show podcast back in the day with us care saying some wild stuff You know maybe stories embellish maybe they want. But regardless it fellows if there was a a concentrate EPA underground to come cancel Bobby Lee two. So I think ever since then he's been kind of like. A reputational damage tall Kyla when on another percussion, the in says something about all wobbly stories are fake you make up he's lying but we went around and basic tried his best dance around some conditions and again make it seem as if exaggerated stories and be self deprecating by WHO's conscious enough that climber industry made it seem as if he couldn't say anything positive or negative about Crossley because he was afraid of any attention in my. Printer stuff he said in the past. So we it comes to discipline them. When the show you this is the recent podcast dispose weekend with viewpoint episode number two, nine, seven where he invites a bobby Lee down and you know against fun podcast I'm a big fan of Feo bobby and feel great chemistry and Renter's obviously amazing. You know those of good laugh out loud moments but ever show segment here where they touch upon. The difficulty when one of your close friends is accused of a heinous crime and you know of how to kind of stand up from Beckham playbill clip and we can talk about it on the other side. I. Get your number this or that you get scared of, I, get scared of. People like Sharon that or like screen-grabbed it in like I don't know. It just feels like You know people are gonNA use it to mass with you. I, mean even after what happened with Dalil like A lot of the stuff that got shared about last a lot of the stuff that got shared about him. These Jackson when he mentioned his name. Looking space you know people are GonNa, use it to mess with you. I mean even after what happened with the Li like? A lot of the stuff shared about. A lot of guys shared about him none of it was illegal stuff. You know and they just people like Oh. What about this twenty two year old woman that he was communicating with you're like, well, that's not the you know. It. Might be. That's you know there's the difference between being a dog of a man and being a. Pervert or criminal perv would I have to say about him because I didn't I I don't want to get in trouble. You know that's the thing I I've been pretty silent about you know. Talking about the me too. But I WANNA say one thing which I'm trying to gather the words is that I do. The allegations are shocking. But I do have to say that. We just. Just. Personally what are the nicest Generous Good guys that I've ever met in in the business you know, and again this issue I had with the beginning with the allegations these guys in La Right. Allegations are heinous right there deep, really serious allegations that need to be taken seriously, and of course you know you're hawk without the victims alleged or whatever you know no one should go through what they had allegedly gone through. But I still maintain. If. You're the friend of somebody like this who's done gun for something even private offices myself. I. Want to get the facts from my friend in some way shape or form, and then make my own decision up that way. Right. But even with the Elias Node, Bren shop and brand count went on their podcast straightaway the news came out and just I bowling in front of the camera, you know a damage-limitation. Distance themselves from trailing, reviving talking to the guy. I he's owed conversation conversationalist just. Even One When your friend or somebody they allowed at one compensation. If they murdered somebody stole money, whatever they're allowed. One conversation is up to you of the conversation to decide whether you want to be differentiated. In my decision my point of view less you walk down I guess the only thing would be radically I would never be a friend again we'll definitely be rape will definitely be touching minus right that's completely done. There's no concession to be had but anything else outside of that I owe you compensation I, owe you the chance to explain yourself and you and you should you kind of deserve that from me being a friend right the to kind of be there for each other you know in the good and the bad. So to see those guys be so quick dismissed the allegation. Especially when on paper they want that serious. They went allegations that no one could ever come back fruit areas and wrote of adaption is a wrote of forgiveness in some way shape or form. There are lessons to be learned from it. Why don't you say one be okay just saying, Hey, he's my friend. I'm support him as a friend Oprah's I. Don't condone what he did but I'm GonNa try and be different much as I can because I don't I don't kind of let go of my friends don't remove to my because think about it. Quentin Tarantino said the same thing about bloodied. was his name Harvey Weinstein, and look what Harvey Weinstein did right when. When I accuse they kind of Quiz Quentin Tarantino. By relationship with Harvey because obviously he green lit. Of some of the more successful movies. Quinta Tarantino directed and he said quite clearly, hey, he's my friend. I don't know I'm not familiar with delegations. I. Haven't read up on them by her they've sound very serious, but please allow me some time to reflect an LLC to later right but he maintained the hey, this is my friend I'm going to give them the moment of the chance explain themselves. I'm going to read up on what's happening. I'm going to get back to you later, and then of course, you know once he kind of. saw the the severity of the accusations he kind of you know distance show, but even he had the. Temerity to kind of give the guy a chance explaining some because he was again, he saw him as a friend. He didn't know the other side of him. Same applied to crystal yourself. That's your. Knowing really and again in this case to be fed him as well. He's been quite open about how? Much of a bad way by he's he's a pussy in regard doesn't necessarily he does because he's so he's kind of like Helen away. He's been so mistreated by industry. He's got some of the most cringe embarrassing stories by auditions member. Once he mentioned something about him dressing up as a Ninja for an addition like he's been trailer adoption industry has been for a lot so. He suddenly now go success. He suddenly pauses pop in. He's got you know obviously because of the famous podcasts has allowed him to leverage that to get more acting gigs and stuff and he's you know he's able to build his reputation industry and stand. He's a bear frayed to kind of talk about it because he doesn't want WanNa ruin the thing that he has especially you know. He's what fifties now something you know he looks great his age he doesn't want to ruin it. I GET IT A. Poppy. Still thinks like you know doesn't your friend is owed a bill public support when these gained trash online. So much I don't know man I. Don't know. He he's him and his family of only been even when I was struggling up the sweetest people and he's he's only been the sweetest guy. HOW YOU KRISTEN You've opened the doors to your home to him, your family, your mom, and dad love him lack of. Like A. Lukas silent and he doesn't say anything about your backyard. Mustang it must thing but again I guess it's. And I've not said that out. Loud. And because you know we live in a world where you know. You know you. You get this fear that am going to get canceled two or. Whatnot but I have been also thinking about, why can I say that? Yeah, you why can't I say you know that? You're coward. Basically, it's not bad to say, but it is your coward When you wrap up your value in industry, amd determines when and when you can get paid when when you can work who you can work with. You're going to do whatever. You can't stay in a good books again, it's not i. just think there are parallels to this is kind of a now decision that way I've been within the same thing if it didn't get allegations against him Hewlett Mention Christly ever again. Because he's of course as well somebody who only. made it late in life. To successive has caused hoop, which again same. You know Bobby Lewis mentioned that Carolina was the reason why Tabarre, any popped off the way did Brennan show reason why you know? The fine a potus away was so I'm sure they bumped down noted they've only got the chance because of the people that they've kind of poss- by their life at the right time and they don't WanNa fuck up right because they know how bad it can get for them. Sign a standard the reluctance to speak up. It's nothing more than just being a coward recently really at us. Basically, what is all about? You. Know. Kristie Leah is just one of the nicest guys I've ever met personally in my life. I've never seen him do all the things that you know he's been accused of doing i? Don't I also I'm also I'm on the side of always victims. You know I feel you know people have been victimized. But that's not what I'm saying right now. All I'm saying is that you know. That's the thing that I've been scared to say because I don't want people to think that I'm defending him. I'm not I'm just saying that you know. That's what I know of him that he's just being a guy i. do have the same experience. Chris has been super nice to me. Mean you know helpful with workout you and I you and him are closer. Because y'all have more of a history together you know. Yeah. But It's just so uncomfortable say that because it's like you know it shouldn't be but it all like it shouldn't mean just because we talk about someone that means like we. Don't. Like support somebody that if somebody was taking advantage of I, I don't support the behavior, right? That's the behavior if someone's victimized. I'm not I. I'm on their fucking side. That's what I'm talking about I'm just saying that why can't I say to you I mean the he is just my opinion about him. You know it's like, yeah, totally. Yeah. When people are more than one thing you know like people like I said before like people are complex creatures Riley it's like when people like? WHO's that? Guy. he's not here live, but he is a human and I. Want to add one last thing it's like. The same thing as I feel about Carlos Mencia right and what went what he went through it's like you know I was as opening act when all that shit went down our really. Yeah. You do you speak up or do you not know fucking cut ties and I fucking ran a guy feel bad about that now or no? You know there's parts of me that feel bad. But then you go and that's the evidence and I guess that's probably that may be explained why he saw uncomfortable Ranch Oregon because I think you know everyone is clamoring why isn't Bobby Leave Ghana? And you know he's always kind of making excuses and enjoy even told him once at a comedy show hey, you should come into the show and you just want to follow up on it because he's weighed about calling one Texan and asking for things buffing fundamentally he does feel a little bit of fraud and you probably does feel like the down they still look at. Bobby Lee with aside because he was so close to Cozmanca of course, cosmic safe. You know the law he was a comedian who Jauregui. So of course, it'll stage because he had been stealing drugs from a group of Comedians at the Comedy Store People Irish free and others, and you know he's teeth I do this really fucked up finger he wants them do their job. and. Income up later on when you have his prime slot and do the jerk on stage or or just do he's flip of the Jerkin in kind of ignorance and of course, but merely being somebody that kind of told him on the road with him he was a close ally close friend and he essentially decided to cut ties him as soon as the comedy store. Turned on Carlos Mencia Time Cozma had a lot more clout and accommodate stored in Jerusalem he was at the main guy. So for Juergens even dude NFL it was a bad thing as a big deal at the time in individual in is out there is probably one of the most wash ones of Joe Rogan, stuff outside at Safi did or fear factory and stuff beforehand. But. Yeah, these kind of some previous history of kind of being a bit of accounting up backing up his friends maybe the presidency thing. It's a bit difficult harsh to say that because you know he's at the of his career, he probably did on the right horses long-term right. You know staying sweet with the La solve light comedy crew was. Idea kind of siding with. Right it made sense. But if friend still you'd probably Yo yo your friends that loyalty. That's all you owe them. Loyalty loyalty loyalty and there's a part of me still thinks regardless of regardless their crimes of course, like I said touching them kids raping people you should be excommunicated apart from that. You should stick with your friends when I dunno way again I, don't have any I don't have many friends I'm. Not, the most sociable guy in the world, but I think if you have friends that you've known for years, you've developed bonds wave you've got to not of the you owed him that especially in the seat him get better you owed just yo them just to kind of be around and help them to kind of you know become a better person even for the next friend right you just what you WANNA do. Copy by life because I make a mistake or something that's not how the world works. We all make mistakes will fuck up and do crazy stuff. But anyway, WE'RE GONNA learn is next to us can of pull up, pull us up on it in some way shape or form but again, I won't play the whole clip bit long but definitely check it out. The whole episode is really good. bobby, Lee Enfield airfield Castilian again horsemen do you understand what coming from? Do you think he is a coward like I'm saying mcgann saying to be rude because I'm a fan of his I. Love Tiger I love what they do but is there is what is he didn't setup and for any of these friends, he would never stand up for each plan because he always cares about his career. It's funny because that is just how is an again like I said he's had some really terrible expenses in Hollywood. So I completely understand is risk aversion and him wanting to kind of make sure he doesn't lose wherever he has at the moment because he generally is quality cognitively aware if it if he does get counseled is over, he can't re style his career again right just hasn't got it in him. They don't slept king for nothing. But yeah let me know what you think of that and what they. Say, and is there any is actually wrote for them should Kristalina can actually come back again he's probably GonNa buy the right way. Just, laying low, not doing a Brian Caliber Kenny ever come back and have another. Comeback in restart his career. Completely, over for him and if he can house again into Duda, let me know in comments Dambula anyway that's accidents ships a free seven eight. Twenty in too much of your time base again for tuning in if I wanted to show, make sure he smash hit subscribe and comment below if you're listening to the poor please me five-star and Cheddar showed your friends Dalo And if he can't support show via, Patriot please do I wanNA buy a Gopro? He relied on upgrade is camera. What he gets fish affects share and use another place definitely make sure you subscribe on Patriot patient. Accomplished. 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Episode 62:  So, Youve Received an Inheritance.  Now What?

Your Retirement Solution Podcast

25:32 min | 5 months ago

Episode 62: So, Youve Received an Inheritance. Now What?

"Welcome to your retirement solution. Podcast imagine the value in knowing exactly what day you could retire and have the income you want it for the rest of your life. Listen on to explore the strategies that are designed to set you on track to living your happily ever after in retirement now onto the show. Hello and welcome to another retirement solution. Podcast with Jim Black. Now here's the thing. Part of the planning process at the retirement solution is that it's very very fluid and it's available for changing even if you know how much money you're going to get for the rest of your life after you receive that. Lice paycheck in today's podcast. I'm going to interview Jim Black. But what happens when you get a sudden influx of wealth or just a sudden influx of money after the plan has been created in after you retire so Jim? Welcome to the show here first off I think the biggest sudden influx of wealth that we are hearing a kind of buzzing around in the industry is inheritance? People are living longer. There are a lot of people who are retired who are taking care of their aging parents that whole sandwich generation sort of thing but when their parents passer when loved ones pass a lot of times there is an influx of money. How often do you see that number one and the number two? Where do you even begin a conversation there? Jim A. That's a great question because when we put a plan together one of the things that we're doing when we create that plan is trying to determine how much money you was. A client can spend every month and every year for the rest of the rest of Your Life. And that's how you kind of figure out how you're gonNA live in retirement. What kind of travel or you're going to be able to do all of those kinds of things where you're gonna live and so it's interesting when that comes up most of the time we'll have a conversation about one of the expected things that could happen out there certainly one of them somebody will say. Hey you know what I think. Sunday may downsize my house now. What's great is client is that you have a lot of control over whether you downsize your house or not when you sell it and if you can how much you're going to get out of it but some of these other events like an inheritance we will typically build an inheritance into the plan and say hey you know what we think you know. Ten YEARS DOWN THE ROAD. Fifteen years down the road. Maybe they'll be some money from my folks or maybe they're every there won't be or in some cases people say. Hey you know what? I don't know what my parents self is going to be. I don't WanNA count for at all and so we don't build it into the plan but more times than not That's exactly what happens and you do see a situation where money pops out at. Somebody wasn't expecting by the way is great news but money pops out that we weren't planning on and then it's a matter of determining how do we want to adjust the plan going forward because we can easily add that money in and say. Hey you know what you just inherited in a five hundred thousand dollars. Do you want to give it to the kids right now? You want to travel you. Maybe get a vacation on. I mean whatever you WANNA do. What's great about the planning process? We just plug it in and the plan will tell you how much you can actually spend or what that what's going to happen by adding that little influx of cash into your plan. The other great thing about that process is it really gives you control as the client control over how they WANNA do and when they wanna do it again even though they were expecting the money and they're living a great retirement a great life Boy There's not many people on fine to say you know what I don't want get rid of. It asked the money on somebody else so it is always a great learning planning opportunity. I love the idea. Where clients do this conservatively. Because the world were in with healthcare and all those kinds of things where it is possible that parents can and may end up needing that I had no idea and I. I'm a little surprised of this because I don't review you guys for a long time Jim that you guys already built that into the plan. Which means that you're already have regardless if they actually want it physically in the plan or not. You're having the conversation. Let's talk about that conversation very quickly because those conversations are difficult conversations and when you're talking to them about that what are the sort of emotional responses that you get to the clients feel at ease that you're bringing that up very early before it happens instead of being reactionary which talking about that a little bit. That is a great question because I do see exactly that way. It's very interesting conversation that I have clients most of the time during the planning process and I do see a distinct difference when an client is currently going through an issue where they're dealing with their folks dealing with having to play that apparent into a facility you are bringing in a nurse on a regular basis or some of those issues that are really kind of towards the end of life issues that Rupe by the if it gets to that point we have the by the time we have the conversation not in the mindset to have that conversation they do want the plan put together but they're so focused on just trying to make sure that mom and dad are okay and dealing with all the additional expenses that they hadn't really counted on for. Mom and dad that they don't want to have that conversation now in a regular situation where somebody's coming through their retiring their fifty five sixty sixty five hundred dollars and we talk about. Hey others a possibility that you may inherit acids out there or is there a possibility? Yeah we talk a little further and so k kind of what's happening now let's Kinda see where things and and build a number in there that allows them to really live the lifestyle. They want a situation where we had a client come in. She was in her early seventies at the time when she came in and she said. Hey I know I'm gonNA inherit money when my bad guys but I don't know how much it is. And she said in fact. Jim I'd like you to call him and ask him if the numbers because he won't tell me because I'm a girl and but maybe he'll tell you so you can build it into the plan which figure this out and so I call him head conversation with him and he was. It was somebody who was handling loud resort investments. And it always you would expect you would share anything with me said. Nope nope none of actually just a might visit was not Herbert's which was a little surprising and so we have for client for a couple of years and you kind of look at the plan in what she wanted she wanted to do. Maybe a little bit more travel than she has but she wasn't comfortable spending more of her assets not knowing how much she was actually going to inherit and so she finally after a couple of years convince me to call him back against the. Hey you know in his sets a little different now. He's had some health issues in by the way. He's in his mid nineties. This conversation mental late nineties. I think at that point and so I got him on the phone and we chatted for a few minutes is attitude had not changed it all about this. He was not telling her anything about it. And whatever it was was it was. He was handling everything just fine so we actually built the plan for her and she didn't without his assets witness took the inheritance out of out of her plan. Completely so it's interesting as he did pass away and she was probably in her. Mid Seventy seventy three seventy four finally passed away and she inherited about three point. Eight million dollars from him. Who though she disclaimed the entire thing? She was so irritated with him that he would share. Tell her anything she's about. I would would've liked to have that some of that money when I was fifty years old. You know when the kids were you know doing things in school and all these other kinds of things and it left a very bitter taste in her mouth so I. I don't know what he was saying. I do get his old generation. He's got your girl. This none of your business. I mean it's very antiquated. Thank you but nevertheless it was his thinking and it actually created a huge wedge or her now the only reason I bring that up and just for parents are those who are thinking about that out there of dealing with this. We're talking about it from the perspective but we also have people who are on the other end who are the people who will be passing assets when they die and the best thing I can say for you and it helps. It might play in process with clients to is communication. I know everybody. Nobody wanted to talk about religion. Or money those taboos. I'm as a family. But you need to get over that if that's taboo It's going to be a problem I've had situations where people inherited money and I will tell you. The amount was over a quarter of a Billion Dollars. And because dad hadn't communicated with how he wanted his assets distributed basically. They were distributed evenly. Even though there was a company involved them until working company. Just the next time I saw those those four kids. They all showed up with their attorneys and nobody communicated anymore. So and the kids weren't willing to talk back and forth because they're gonNA say something that would get in trouble so my point is when it comes to dealing with inheritance in retirement the first first and most important thing is communication. If you're the person who may inherit a may see my kind of an odd conversation with mom and Dad. Lots of Times. People have made make that conversation. Say Listen. I'm trying to put a plan together for them to retire and I just trying to build their. If there's any potential things that are out there and lots of times most of the time Parents who are going to be giving money. Their kids have an open conversation. You're they're going. Hey you know I never really talked to the kids. We weren't really sure what was going to be there. When we're GONNA get their hopes up. I get all of those things but sometimes I can have that conversation so that we can build it into the plan so that when they do get to that point they really care enjoy it. I mean I have a plan right now. Where I'm the way it's built is the client is going to spend all of their assets over the course of the next fifteen years now. I will tell you her. Her father's passed away or shooting. Her mother's passed away and her dad's still here but he's not in great health. He's in his early nineties. We're one hundred percent positive. Well not hundred percent pretty positive. You probably won't make it fifteen years. But in that case he actually has a life insurance policy for her. So she's inherent for million dollars when he dies whenever that happens so we feel pretty confident building that four million into the plan So that she can spend all of their assets. Then spend the inheritance money when it comes in down the road if it comes in five years or ten years no big deal even if it comes in logger. We've actually got contingency plan. That goes next seven years but now you said a couple of things that just raised some bigger picture questions and I know the you're not an attorney but the the estate plan aspect of this the you guys have great relationships at the state plans but what are some of the things that you've seen from an estate planning perspective especially when it comes to taxes because you now. I'm thinking this leads a huge layer of complexity here. Because you've got this plan in place you know. We know what their social security is. we know what their income is. I'm assuming that Ian know I'm not saying I know that you guys do some projections on those things but if there's a sudden influx of money doesn't that can't that screw up a lot of the taxation and they're big picture. Estate Plan will absolutely so I think taxes are going to be even a bigger issue as we go forward than they are today. We're starting to see a a real kind of swing in not just in Congress but even in politics in general that there seems to be a strong feeling that any assets that you have when you die should go to the state instead of to your fam- so there's some things replied in opportunities. They're coming up but you do need to take into account. Also what is those assets that you inherit? I know that when you look at some of the politics out there most of the people who are out there talking about eliminating what's called the step up and step up means if let's say somebody your mom and Dad bought a house for one hundred thousand dollars and they die. It's worth a million. You can sell it for a million dollars in pay no tax. That step up is eliminated. You would pay taxes on everything over one hundred thousand. So that's one tax issue to deal with the other. One is most retire. Most acids the people have Are IRA type assets for a when case which is going to be taxed at your tax bracket When you receive it and of course we just had some new legislation came out that eliminated the ability to stretch over the course of your life. So that's another issue that you have to deal with from a tax perspective that maybe people weren't necessarily thicker. Now the other side is say if you get one hundred thousand dollars in yesterday. Thirty thousand tax is tough. Seventy grand. Didn't have before a boy. Wouldn't it be great to do some planning so that you get more of that grand that woods the IRS? Now you're talking about the secure act the security which actually we've had a couple of your team members talk a little bit about What is what changed that The the IRA to be able to spread out over. You had to take it within a certain amount of time and also raising the age right so those are the two big things in that new law correct. Correct now Yeah the layers of complexity. There are interesting especially when they're taking income from that 401K and they're paying taxes based off of their specific income bracket at the time that they're taking that I really I really wanted to repeat that because that's a piece of communication education idol. Honestly think Jim a lot of people Really truly understand about what happens in retirement. Now let's talk about some legacy stuff so let's talk about the fun side of this so there is kind of a of a silver lining a happily ever after for lack of a better description after someone that you loved us pass if you do this influx of money because it does open up some opportunities would you mind sharing a story or two about some some of your existing clients some clients who had these situations happened. And maybe what they did with some of this money so Yeah it's true. There are a ton more of those stories out there where people have inherited money A said I give you one example where we built into the on early knowing that those assets. We're going to be there. That's certainly one way to do it. We have had situations where we have clients who inherited some property. And what are the property was in? I remember Wyoming Montana but the other one was in Hawaii and so they loved going to Hawaii They had been to this place that they're folks have for many many years of the trade office. I was getting a little older a little dated and they didn't WANNA spend a ton of money though that up so what they did was they sold the place in Hawaii. They sold the place in as said it was Montana and Wyoming and with that cash switched islands. They bought a beautiful place. I mean the pictures are stunning on on the on the big island of Hawaii and created now a new legacy for their family. When a little bit bigger a little bit nicer I won't call it a compound for sure by a property there on the water that tag gives their family someplace that they can go and creates a memories forum. Which I'm they're going all the time. It's great for them to go with their grandkids and meet the grandkids. There may span in a month their time and one of the grandkids are westerly. One of their kids and they talk about the great kids. The kids break the grandkids. We'll come and stay for a week at a time and it's just it's exactly how they wanted to spend their retire. I mean it's just perfect. I have another client. Who again in his plan? We actually get built any money because he said you know what I just don't know is doubted passed away when we did the plan but his mom was still there and she was NFL at the time. And so we're going you know this. Is this facilities. A lot of money. She had some pretty good assets but not knowing how long was no. We didn't build anything into the plant and then when she passed away after bills and everything else she walked away with a logo her five hundred thousand dollars and so his scenario. What we did was we actually just put the five hundred thousand dollars out of what we call the travel bucket and he basically said okay. This is my travel money now for the rest of my life and he has done some spectacular trips and get a fifty eight day cruise from New Zealand. I think he got on Zealand and they ended up getting off in Rio and went through anarchic. Cg and all kinds of different places and so they are really spending money a way. That is amazing for them. It's creating Alex experiences that they would have never been comfortable. Norwood may have had the assets to span to do those jobs they would have been only do some of them but not nearly to the extent that they're able to hear plus the ability to bring along kids and grandkids on of those trips that they just couldn't have done. It's you know that extra ten grand here in twenty grand there that they're able to now drop in and create memories that even these kids to inherit the money wouldn't be the say as the memories that they have now with mom and dad or in this case grandma and GRANDPA traveling not just the world but even closer to home even some of the things that they're doing here. They did a they went. They took the entire family for Christmas which I told him would be crazy Christmas but they took entire family to Disneyland and stayed at the California resort there and they got big huge Sweet they said that sleep fourteen fifteen people at least had a marvelous time with the whole family together. Actually you're right. It was crowded but nevertheless they got that experience that they just couldn't have had I'm had they not inherited that money and had we not had an opportunity to build them and know. Here's the bigger ones bigger. The fact that they knew they didn't need it made it okay for them to spend if they'd just inherited most of the people who come in to see us have no idea how much they can actually spend. They come in and say well. I've got five hundred thousand. I've got a million. I've got five whatever it is. Nobody knows how much they can spend every month and not run out of money before they got one of two things happens to most people out there. I mean these are not our clients but the rest of the world. You'RE A. They live a life that they could have done so much more. They're so afraid to spend money that they don't and so they ended up leaving millions of dollars to their heirs or the other side. They retire do all the things that they wanted to do on the bucket list not realizing they didn't really have the money to do all of that stuff and then run out of money whether eighty five years old and they're looking for a job as a greeter at Walmart and so it's really kinda figuring out how you WanNa live the rest of your life and being able to build. All these is is miraculously. I love being a part of it. You can just hear it in your voice. Jim I it. You were wildly transparent with your excitement on on on things like that and telling stories like that. I absolutely love that. That's that's absolutely fantastic. Now if Our listeners have not sat down with somebody and had a plan like this built. Jim What what should they do? So I know that you guys do. A lot of workshops around town I I know that they can just call the office. But what's the best way for somebody to sit down and understand? That planning should be flexible. Planning should be able to let you have some Understanding of what you're going to be able to have every month until you know you're no longer here so that is that is really an interesting point because it's funny right now you turn on the radio the TV is out there social media. Everybody says we plan for retirement. Create a plan and the reality is. It's nothing more than a sales process where they're selling some product. And so what's unfortunate is the the public doesn't know the difference. They don't until they come in. Sit Down until unless they sat down with somebody else. Income sat down with her. They have no idea how different we are. A typical experience for client coming in is the broker. I sat down with at one time. And and Builds Vapor Guy. Before being a product gave let's the brokers job is to sell products. But that's not a plan. A plan is not a product and so for us the process for somebody to go through the planning process to really figure out what possible that means sitting down one on one with a retirement planner for seven eight. Maybe ten times an hour each time to go through all of the different stuff. That's GONNA come up. It's very comprehensive and a lot of the issues that people that he will have in retirement they don't think about until it blows up right in their face. One of the advantages we've had we've had over a thousand people through the planning process and so we've been there done that as it were. We know what it takes to actually have a plan that shows you. Hey you can spend you know. Five thousand four hundred eighty six dollars or twelve thousand nine hundred twenty two dollars or whatever. That monthly number is every month every year grow that with inflation taxes and not run on a month that is. I can't imagine I cannot imagine going into retirement without knowing what your number is without mill. How much you could actually spend every month without running out of money or without leaving too much. She came in and she said Jim. You have got to talk to care. I said what was Carol and she said. Carol is my neighbor from two doors that we've been neighbors for twenty years. I said okay. I'm great. I'm having talked to Carol. I said why and she said before we retired the four of US Carol and her husband Mike Line. Her husband would go tricks. I think it's pretty Nice drips. You know why Europe and all that kind of thing and she said I know they have more money than US re talked about but my client had a plan and sue said. Hey I know how much we can spend. I know that we can go on these trips in. Its own pay a carol. She's afraid to spend money. She won't spend any money. She won't go on trips with anymore because she doesn't know what she can afford. And that's exactly what happens most of the time. It's people are so afraid that they can't afford to do what they WANNA do that. They don't live retirement. They don't live their life in retirement. They live their life at home or they live the life less than they wait than they cut up if they had actually had a plan. You know when we first started this podcast. Jim opie are so to almost two years ago. We talked a lot about people who came in. Who when when you told them how much they could spend in could show them. You know that this is what you're going to be able to spend the the feelings of of just kind of being overwhelmed. And Oh my gosh. I can't believe that I never thought I'd be able to do that. Because there are other advisors. Who really don't have that planning process in place and so on the adviser sits down with the client. Says you know Mrs Johnson. You can spend this amount of money. Mrs Johnson doesn't believe it because she can't see it and you guys really do put it down so if you want to know more make sure you go to the retirement solution dot com. Jim Thank you so much for this call today. This was super awesome. My I always always loved being on here. If you have not subscribe to the podcast make sure you click. That subscribe nobody low. And please make sure you go to the retirement solution dot com and check out all of the wonderful things on the website including finding out more about who they are. What makes them tick their team their process and where you can go to get a little bit more education from all of the educational outreach that everybody at the retirement solution does in the community and if you know somebody just like that neighbor two doors now who doesn't know if she or he can spend any money and retirement and they're terrified to do anything to truly live retirement the way that they've always wanted to make sure that you share this podcast with them or just say hey look you know. I was listening to this podcast. I happen to be a client. It'd be great for you to go ahead and give them a call so for everybody at retirement solution. This is Matt Halloran. And we'll see you on the other side of the Mike very soon. 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"And before you say anything change your mind listen King Fish. The deal is off. I don't want no child on foot me over his knee. Hunter feel this is today he gets in. I thought he was coming off the supper. Jiji just called from his hotel. He's in Band. Yes yes he got sick on the train and he's going to have to postpone the wedding for a few days. Who is sick? Or that's a wonderful break this is. Does you realize there's one hundred and thirty two fatal diseases. He can get. They still a chance. I send my black suit to clean. Come on this show started out as a quarter hour program. That was basically soap opera. There were humorous elements to it but basically it was a soap and then in one thousand nine hundred forty four. It became a full half hour comedy program and played strictly for laughs and there were a lot of them. March Eighteenth Nineteen fifty one Amos and Andy here on Classic Radio Theater. I'm Wyatt Cocks coming up in four minutes. 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March Eighteenth Nineteen fifty one in the newspapers of that Sunday. Sixty nine years ago. These were some of the headlines. Greek troops used knives and bayonets to cut down four savage counterattacks by Chinese forces guarding the Big Red Bass of tuned. Shawn yesterday in some of the bloodiest fighting of the Korean war waves of shoving Chinese supported by machine gun and mortar fire charged hilltop positions held by the Greeks throughout the afternoon. At nightfall they withdrew Heaton Sensational series of investigations into such topics as multibillion dollar government lending military surplus sales and the underworld activities. Yesterday produced a charge by senator tap the Ohio. Republican at the administration is guilty of political corruption. A decision by a House Committee chairman to give John Mara gone or more White House. Hang around a chance to tell what he knows about. George Dawson British. Your described as a kingpin in massive deals in surplus property a double threat of contempt and perjury charges. Against boss Racketeers Frank Costello and the Treasury moves to pin income tax evasion charges on many mobsters and gamblers he Thomas Rust underwood appointed to the US Senate yesterday by Kentucky Governor Lawrence Wetherby Underwood fifty three Democratic Congressmens in the sixth district and editor of the Lexington Kentucky Herald or place Burgenland Chapman who died of injuries received in an auto accident in Washington March. Eight General Eisenhower denied last night. The President Truman ever mentioned to him. Any political possibilities of one thousand nine hundred eighty two. The statement issued to an official spokesman was in response to inquiries about a story by then correspondent Merrill Muller saying President. Truman made a deal. With Eisenhower. To Make Ike available for the presidential campaign of Nineteen fifty-two The story written for Quill magazine published by Sigma Delta Chi. National Professional Journalism Paternity and was released in Miami by John. T bills managing editor of the quilt actress. Katharine Hepburn returning to her home in Bloomfield. Connecticut found her mother dead in bed yesterday afternoon. Mrs Thomas Hepburn Mother of the actress and wife of a prominent Hartford surgeon widely known for her long interest and leadership in the Birth Control Movement Republican National Chairman Guide. George Gabrielson demanded yesterday that send investigators pool of they can any impropriety spike himself or other. Republicans in connection with our FC loans defending his own name. In one case Gabrielson made the demand in the letter to Senator Paul H Douglas Democrat of Illinois. A member of the subcommittee which has been delving into reconstruction finance corporation loan policies. Douglas remarked in Senate debate Thursday. That in the case involving Gabrielson he did not think any illegal practices were found but we have detected improprieties. He also said chairman. J William Fulbright the Democrat of Arkansas to caution to protect Republicans for many unjust smear accusations. A music teacher. He used a naughty word in a row with their principal. Has Her job back in suburban Saint Clair shores near Detroit? School Board decided. It was attempts. Inity Pie Misbehave Toria. Hugo had been suspended because she told her principal Mrs Margaret Brown. I'll be damned if I go home. She'd been ordered to leave after a dispute with the principal. A grand niece of the late. John D. Rockefeller undoubtedly murdered two of her daughters and then committed suicide that according to police captain David W Robbins in Greenwich Connecticut. Mrs Winifred Rockefeller any and the two girls winifred. Joseph were found dead in the garage of their home. Mrs Enemy had undergone treatment for a nervous disorder and look Friday night. Put the bite on. Ali hedlund fifty five year old carpenter of Evanston Illinois. Hedlund reported to police. His lunchbox bounced out of his truck. While he was on his way to work. Hamlin telling police. I don't mind losing the box and sandwiches but my false teeth. Were in the box as top news. Stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday. Martine nineteen fifty one on your Radio Amos and Andy which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. GOES OFF. Where where where my favorite nephew? George Fine Fine. I just don't fight a chair. You boggles feel about as you guests at this moment. No no no Jorde. I'm feeling one hundred percent better. This morning I went to a clinic this morning for complete third checkup. I had five different doctors. Look at me. They said as far as they can see. I'm surprised young chicken. Now wait a minute. I wouldn't put too much stock in that. There's a lot of chickens that was running around spot and one day and the next day ended up in a casserole keeping company with a where of course they didn't give me no final diagnosed. They said they'd mail me a complete medical report in two or three day. No but I feel that nothing is wrong and I'm going right ahead with Witton as soon as I get reports and I know that you are will be very happy for me. Happy though the whole thing the uncle is going ahead with the wedding on schedule hockey. Yeah then we will be cut without a nickel seventy two years old old to be getting US Bach Romance this Manda. There has been a campfire at the Rangers. Thought was out and it ended up burning down three thousand a tim of wanting to get it under control. What the shorter deplorable. Where are you in ICU? Round a couple of weeks I I had. I had all the time and talk with. Speak up my folk clothes. I never could understand. I said you sound all right now but say you hear the bad news but the king fish get rich. Uncle is getting married to a widow of nine children and the king fish going to be out of luck. Too Bad ain't getting the Wedding Khaldoun. Like he was going to get sick. You went to a clinic and they're gonNA report is going to be. I got I got I got some. Do you take from the clinic advice. Uncle that the worst thing he could do get married and got the him before the really got the whole thing that in the bug. You'll see ya if I could get a fake report to report from the clinics. Yeah why did I think of a simple thing like that? Because we don't think people don't laugh the subject like is you don't have you and head quality that you don't you. Don't you? Got A SIP OF BINDED? His eyes now to do so. We won't be disturbed making notice medical report. Yeah okay gave it all right. Got The door. Lock their yeah dictate the thing and then you write it down. Got A pen. No but I got one of them pencils. 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In you bet your life but right now the conclusion of Amos and Andy March Eighteenth nineteen fifty. One wouldn't set for tomorrow. We gotta go in here and C. Calhoun a lawyer. Yeah maybe there's some last minute way. They had the thing on all your boy. Who is you build a go? Could we see Komo win? I just got back serving a summer. I'll tell you when you got to keep your mind. I went up to the mountain wrong to bail. Stood there with the summit in my hand waiting to do my duty inside what happened. The door opened and there was a beautiful gayle. She was a knockout nineteen years old and a half hours flowing down back. She was wearing wondering be useful negligence or she was one of the most garages I ever see. And did you serve to someone with someone? You're talking about who never mind you problem. I got to act fast now. My uncle is determined to marry a widow. Tomorrow and me is is cut out of the wheel will then the thing to do is Don Webb and wound. Were going to do this work now. Spos- yong full she. Told you want was a bluebeard. You know a man who married the woman then killed them and tell her that he is a blue beer. Yeah might work. He never met me an end. It's our last chance we'll try. We'll show hope it works. I'll be seeing you fellas in a couple of weeks. I'm going down to Washington tonight. Yeah helping out on one of them. Big Investigations down there. The investigation is about how the politicians has been messing around with the RMC all. Yeah I hear about that say Rfc mean anyway as far as the politicians of concern. I think it means reach. The cash goofiest unjust left now and before. Not Going to widow. Johnson's do it here. Remember we as from the Secret Service. Yeah Uncle Sylvester has a bluebeard show. He's in How do you do Mrs Johnson? Yes Madam from the Secret Service. It's all unpleasant duty to inform you. We as on the problem for a vicious killer whose initials Silversmith Faster Smith the man. 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He's going to be shooting in the low nineties He only gets rid of the wires and the furnace doing winner in the spring. He goes in for God. That's right he plants under Slavic sentimental about a to these some of the stuff into flower show last year and come over with I brought Joe did went to drain named Molly. Think America man like this what should I do let it come? And then all the word Madam come round here. Son answered the door and that'll scare him off for good. Thank you so much. Come in here and warning me. There's not them we got here. Just in time. Another dan you would have ended up being a night blooming. Jasmine you yes amos. That's the story. Well I knew. The king fees has done a lot of crazy tricks in his day. But there's create there's one I don't ever hear them doing spoiling that old man's happiness all listen seat that with a Johnson and that goofy son we just saving the old boy from of faith that was worse than death. King Fish Use Kingfisher and SAPPHIRES. 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Bud Betty Margaret and Jim has the head of the typical American household again. Sets out to prove that father knows best There was a good bit of excitement. And no little dismays stirred up at the White Frame House on Maple Street at noon today on the surface things seem fairly normal in peace bought. The only indication of anything out of the ordinary was expressed in a casual remark of gyms as he entered the kitchen. Like this hello honey. What's the matter with but with that is out in front leaning against the mailbox staring off into space? I didn't even know he was home from school yet. The strange thing is that he didn't budge an inch. When I said lunch was probably ready. That is strange honey. Would you fill the water glasses? The pitchers right there okay. Usually when I mentioned the word food but I quickly jumped to one side so as not to get caught in the stampede. Wish he'd come in and eat. Everything's ready doubting Kathy mumbled. Something about waiting for the mail carrier. Wonder what crazy thing you send in for this time. Not much is going to cost me Daddy Kathy. Lunch wouldn't be bad if he didn't always have everything. Censeo d sometimes I think C O D Stanford Clobber Old Dad. Oh that reminds me. I send your leather chair out to be recovered. But it won't cost much. You did what well. It was all sunken down in the middle aged. I spent twenty years getting that shared. A fifth may just wanted to nicely broken in broken down. You mean it was a disgrace. You like to tell me one thing though you want it done in Brown again or would you like red leather. This time has to be done. I've always sort of like the idea of red leather. That's good because that's what I told him to do. All you did as long as this is your chair. I want you to be happy with it screens. I'm coming but don't fix much lunch me. I'm getting so fat. I'm positively father ugly. I wish you wouldn't refer to me as father ugly. What makes you think you're fat stars? I've gone up from one hundred eleven pounds to one hundred thirteen. We'll have to widen the doorways. So you can get through Kathy doing well. I can tell you but you'll never in the world. Believe it with her. I believe anything. She's upstairs cleaning bags room for HIM CLEANING BIRDS. Ru I withdraw my statement. She actually is actually. What's going on around here anyway? But turning down food cathy cleaning his room. Strange things are happening. He says buds painter for it. Now I heard everything maybe I should have stayed in town until things blow over well. Both of those children had better get in here in either. They'll never make it back to school in time. Kathy Oh don't give me any of that salad mother. The dressings fattening. Oh piffle into what's on your plate. I'm not running a restaurant. Hurry up Kathy. I'm Tommy Hi Daddy. Look at you. Sound Pretty Cheerful Day. I'm getting rich well good. I'm glad we've got one wealthy member in this family. How much is but pay you all the bubble gum? You can chew now. I Don a week dollar. My Gosh. He doesn't make a whole lot more than that himself. What does that Drugstore Job? Two three dollars a week. I don't know if you asked me. He's missing a few of his marbles. I wish he'd come in before he misses his lunch to kitten. Are you sure buds paying you? Yes S. Jelly Batty. You must know where the bodies buried How did you talk but into this dollar deal high? Didn't talking into it. It was his idea. Are you sure? He said he needed to keep out of a higher income tax bracket that he should worry about betty. How about a cinnamon roll? Don't you realize that each one of those roles is simply an utterly crammed full of carbohydrates thought? Those were raisins father. What time does that Don Mailman get here? Anyway Maybe he's already been here and didn't leave. Anything could be better sit down and eat. I'm not hungry. Just give me a couple of those roles and some Ham and potato salad and beans and jelly and stuff work. It hasn't got any appetite at all dollar but I can't give it to you yet. I'd like Milton please. I got your room all clean and I want my dollar. You'll get it as soon as my money comes in as soon as what money comes in from the government. Those watermelons pickles there. I'll try a couple from the government. No wonder they can't get the budget balanced my dollar. But look if you don't tie down we'll let you talk on the tape recorder tape. Ry what tape recorder. Well I I haven't got it yet. I just sent in for a couple of days ago. I just a minute but how are you getting all this money? Exactly what kind of an arrangement you have with the government. Well you see Claude Messner. I might have known claud was mixed up in someway Claude and I got to talking about income tax and Claude said that I'd have to start making out an income tax thing now that I'm working steady at the store. I see you don't have to file an income tax return stupid. I'm working on I. I've got income have an I what income those two or three dollars you get for. Burn coasted cheese sandwiches at the drugstore. Way Let's hear Bud Story. This intrigues me. Well I'll gladly listen to anyone who's got a system whereby the government pays you instead of you paying them. Well I just wish you brought this up before March fifteenth. I could've used it well. The way I lost my dollar we pipe down. Turn Blow Sonny boy. This is going to be quite a shock to you but the income tax is something you have to pay not get not the way Claude figures it. I may have been misjudging. This boy gone according to Claude. I ought to get a refund of well. Wait a minute I got the blanket. My pocket here. I'd love to see AIDS kind of wrinkled up. Where are we now? Oh right here I get a refund of one thousand seventy one dollars and twenty eight cents. I'M GONNA raise my prices to two dollars. I thought that was awful high but he said as long as I have coming I might as well take it. Just how did Claude arrive at that figure? Well you just worked it out the regular way and align sakes online accidents in fact line two and all that I know but exactly how did Claude get that figure? That's what I WANNA know any starches you can save that for the south more spring follies. Let's see blank bud. Well cogs got it all worked out. Is He hears drugstore. Income here thirty two dollars and ninety cents that includes tips. I see says they can be rough on you. If you cheat on your tips. He's right then. Here's that hundred dollar savings bond aunt. Mattie gave me for Christmas you put that under income. Well it came in this item here but lost from storm to ninety eight. That's my baseball. Mid I lost in a storm. I did find that thing anyway. My net income comes to one hundred twenty eight dollars and twenty eight cents. Cd Yeah now over here. I put myself down for an exemption and right here. I put Kathy down as a dependent Kathy dependent. We turn back. Oh wait a minute that you can claim Kathy as a dependent. Well she's dependent on me for our salary that's why I hired her poets idea. I don't have that at all. He pointed out that even though it cost me a little money was worth several hundred bucks to me in the long run. I'm going to raise my price to three dollars. Don't start getting grab all dependent with two exemptions. That's twelve hundred dollars. That's the way Claude has it and your net income is only one hundred twenty seventy two which leaves a difference of one thousand seventy one dollars and twenty eight now. You haven't figured any actual tax here of course not. I shouldn't have to pay tax on money me well. I guess you're right. Do they send that money in cash for check? I don't know they'd never sent me. Wouldn't do we just a little something an apple. A glass milk Oh. I haven't time down leather. I've got to get back to school early this noon. I decided I'll settle for thirty. Five cents can't change it now. It'll fill my whole income tax off. Well how soon? We'll get it as soon as the mailman brings it. I'll go out and check him again. Oh wait a minute But there's a few things you ought to know about income tax and this is a good time to learn them. Card tells me everything who sure in the first place even if you were supposed to file return but I am supposed to know you're not you didn't make six hundred dollars. I will when you add in my thousand dollar refund. Can't count that but even if you were supposed to and even if it was correct which it isn't what you couldn't get a refund without first sending it in but I did send it in a second place you can't list. Kathy is a depend. What did you say you send it in? Sure you actually set it in. Yeah to the district director of Internal Revenue. Oh No it's not the right place. But but why don't you check with me before you do? These things have be funny face sending that refund. This is no laughing matter. Do you realize his name is the same as mine. Wait a minute did you sign it is of course not James Sanderson? Did you put the junior club. Thought I ought to leave. That all sounded to KISS FOR CLAW game. What are you worried about? They can see that it's on stage. Sure but it's going to be a pretty suspicious looking kind of a mistake. They'll get to returns from James Anderson both the same address. Both claiming Kathy is a defendant both claiming James Exemption and one of them asking for a thousand dollar refund where you can explain it all. Can't you sure but are they going to believe it? They're checking everything. That looks the least bit suspicious. Now well I think you're just making a mountain out of a mole skin. Nothing will come of it. No Gosh you don't think they'll throw me in jail. Do you know of course not but all the red tape all after go through explaining this Kathy goes to who that is. Oh Gosh what am I gonNa do when my tape we caught against here. Just send it back after this. Don't send in for any more things until you've got the money to pay for it. I thought I would have. Don't send in for anything until after you checked with me. I just hope I don't get arrested. You Bud well. That's what they get all the gangsters on income tax. While you're not a gangster Khokhlov doesn't Sumi why should he do? I promised him ten dollars for making my income tax dollars. Sure you pay yours. Don't share. We'll yes how much do you pay him twenty-five but don't get caught and save fifteen bucks? I'm kidding man. You're seeing you see me. Who is it I hope? He said he wanted to ask you. Something about your tax tax Ono Margaret. He's here already come back here. Act Two of father knows best in just a moment. Oh buds made a mess of this March. Eighteenth nineteen fifty. Four father knows best on Classic Radio Theatre Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time. 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You're just building this up in your own mind. You haven't done anything wrong. I know that Margaret. I know that but it's a funny thing almost feel like I have. I'm afraid I'M GONNA go in there. Acting suspicious. Man said he would hurry. Okay okay the copy of that income tax blanket. Bud Sandy in bad took it out of the basement within. Where would you get it for me? It might be a good idea to send but in their two one. Look at Bud will explain this. Mix Up quicker than anything all right. I'll get buddy you go in there and start talking. Okay no you wait there. You can get dollar from him. Well how do you? How do you do are? You may strengthen I hate to bother you at lunchtime well. That's all right perfectly all right. Well I know it's pretty hard to catch you fellow so I wasn't planning on running away. What I meant was actually. There's a simple explanation of this. Mr Hagerty I think I have one of my cards here. Never mind. This whole thing is really pretty funny story. Oh yes you see. Young friend of my sons Claude Listener appointed himself as my son's personal business manager is now Franson about your tax. Well that's what I'm coming to this claude filled out the blank and the way he figured well wait. I can explain this better by showing the blank. I've got a copy of it. I'll go get it and we'll look. Don't worry I'll be back. I'm not running away. I no matter of fact I want you to meet Bud because actually he's more concerned with this than I am. Oh here I thought you were the one you see. There are two James Madison's junior and senior. That's the whole trouble. I'll I'll be right back. I'll write that. I wish he'd hurry. I'll excuse me I didn't know anyone here. Does anyone know you're here? I was just talking to Mr Anderson. I didn't mean to make us. I just wanted to talk to someone about the chair. Oh you mean the leather chair. We're having done over. Just wanted to know what kind of tax you want to decorate. Yes there were bronze headed. 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I told me it was your leather chair. And then you said you wanted to call your son because he was more wait a minute. What did you say Leather Chair? Yes certainly I'm not in the wrong house you. You're the one who's redoing our leather chair. Certainly who did you think I lost? You'd be surprised. I'm sorry. This is the game. I'm merely dropped by. Ask you whether you want it. Decorated with bronze or BRASS TACKS TAX AGASSI. Excuse me laughing but we thought you were from the Bureau of Internal Revenue Internal Revenue. It's it's too long story to explain. But on account of you my son is probably hold up in the darkest corner of the basement leaving. He's a fugitive from justice very amusing. Now how did he won bronze or do you? Bronze are brass tacks. Yeah that'll be fine. Well sure all she you don't know what a relief it'll be the bud anything. You WanNa get straightened out about the chairman. No no I've got all the information I'm going to get. I can see how nice to meet you. Yes Oh here's your mail. Your daughter handed it to me. Oh fine thank you. Goodbye Mr Hannity. Goodbye Mr Anderson. Was that a good joke on us. That wasn't an income tax man. That was the furniture man. Mr Hager to you mean yeah. I couldn't imagine what was going on in here. Bud shot out of here looking white as a ghost. He called Claude on the phone and told him he better get Outta town whereas but now he ran out the back door. I hope he hasn't gone out of town to my dollar look hidden. You'd better just write that off as debt to me. Well I'll pay to you this time but after this. Don't make any more deals with bud unless you check with me. I would you like your room clean. Redoubt no thanks. You can use me depended Iran. Not here anymore about that. The coast clear all high but come on. I saw him leave. What happened? D. Think we've got a chance dead. Oh sure I took care of that baby. I told him off the good. Of course we might have to slip down to Mexico. They low for a few months. Makes it all just kidding? You Bet that man was just here to see about recovering. Your father's leather chair. Leather Chair is that the chair he was talking about was but Champagne. Catty blind. What a relief. But he had their own. Yeah Betty brought it in but see. Here's one ubud from the Ajax Mail Order House. Oh that's about my tape recorder and this one is my gosh. This is from the Internal Revenue Office. I was just thinking. You still don't have that little problem solved dead. How far is it to Mexico? Daddy goes any place. I Want my money I well open the letter and see what it says. Gym Building this up into another big thing. You're right what's your take dead weight. I look what's in your letter but five got to look. Well I'll be darned well. What does the Director of Internal Revenue say? Dear what did he say he says? Please send me C O d one number six Oh to tape recorder but sent the order to them by mistake. But what about the income blank? I just got it back. I must to send it to the mail order deer if I may quote the children this is sure I cover raising mixed up house. Well it lasts. The hectic noon hour is over all the mistakes that were made finally each other and the children are now on their way back to school and jam is about to depart for the office like this. Well I can get back to work. Now get a little rest. We certainly had a comedy of errors. Going full blast here. I don't see how bug and yet so many things mixed up so completely. He must practice nights. Well he's a boy. I don't know where he gets that ability certainly not for me. Well I'd better be going. Wait a minute dear. That might be for you. I hope not. Hello yes that's right. Oh Oh I see well. We'll just a minute I'll asking dear. This is about your tax. I wanted to put the brass headed was in. This is the Internal Revenue Office. I done now. They want you to drop by there and pay them some money. 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And with the winter ask for long and warned him as her them the doublet or complicated now because the weather center for so long ago abner over the downfall right now find some way to keep that lower your way from the widow. Well Lomb I going over there and stand in front of the winter abernathy household names scare money away from them. I don't know how else reading lawyer from talking to her. Stomach the way he talks. Joe And you're GonNa find out her and cedric in actual. Mary goes to win license. And the minute you find that out. She's on demand at me and her go through with the wedding gets put it off until the Mario Safety Coordinator rules in Heinrich Apprentice Program. The panel the but they still all the data. Worry about you gotta get over there to the winters brazen hide their summers minute. You see some strange feller a hidden for probably. I'm going to do there and youngest winner ever caught me hiding around here. They beat Me Lynch. Why now as a pretty big? You know maybe doing well. That old boy is GRANDPA. Gran bad watch new Van Path. Hell Higher Think Happy Bryan herself visitor today. Avesta overdid cuddle from store and a strange feller. Come in he's asking how to get to the winters house. I should say me we my mom. I am a team or on the waiters. All year sure never wasted no time getting here. Well don't you stay there avenue? We gotta get busy and do why don't we do. I don't know but we can't let you get away from it. Get on the phone and calling St. on I don't care what you say just token plan. Hurry up abner and all right. It's going to be the silliest phone call conversation I ever had a friend of yours abner. I don't even know his name. Marker Right Nice Feller for a stranger strangers even I get our show is that you get to the point. You speak to that coming your store. No I don't know I just WanNa talk to him the other day too long in Helo owner. I'm fine feeling now when he. When did you get in? You know keep talking. Hello My name thereby peabody your in a way tape. He asked me Abernathy and asked if she was the one that told me he was coming here. You know said yes. Don't don't tell him you know me. I don't get matching grant pep talk. You love to say the wrong thing. Yeah that's a good thing to say. Hello hold on a minute. There's another film and wants to talk to you here ranting. Harrogate take home help. Well I don't know him he. You're friend know him better than I do you singing. We just talked to him. Grandpa give me a few more minutes here. I'll study of some Daddy. Just keep talking bad teams elite there. Her your friend. Abner here one that you talk curious if Abner Abner peabody failing a WanNa let you know for old friend era. He don't seem to know you very good. I told you he ain't old friend of mine. We're ragging on him anyway. No place if you don't talk grain all our back. Did you know whatever? He don't seem to recollect hammer. You must have their own. He claimed he don't know your call. I don't count him about your hometown. Carry Jail GRANDPA. That'll take a couple of hours. You mentioned Cherry Hill. It all wrong. You might have met over Kerry Hill. Oh Me Long Day. Don't mention my name. Yes about Cherry Hill grandparent. Your take a trip to Cherry here sometime tonight accounts at times you get over there. Eat your separate. Tom And many it draws high class record your name. Tom And he'd live Irene a he can get a Danny chicken fried steak very reasonable Irene dollar cooking she cooks up the big chicken fried steak. If anybody ever count your teeth into I believe he's been open continues ever since nineteen twenty two. Oh I believe there was a couple years air. Nineteen thirty one. Nineteen thirty seven as close by the Board of Health. Hey look at that coming out of the next place all my goodness muster hung Moscow. You enjoy meeting Irene to Paisley forever. She married com stop now grandparents kind of south woman jolly nature and run out there and get him. She made her trip claimed the Buffalo New York when. I don't know what to do with him after I can't rotate him. Soundly taken down a loose now. That ain't no way to restrain that you have to be quieter. I can't cope with all Iraqi going on. I can't hardly hear him a total. Hurry up and you're going no kidding me but I got involved here lot of noise going on here that you hang up now taking a trip to Niagara Falls too for fifty cents. You got to fan right underneath the fall with a rubber suit on them hanging the new riders off and on everything. Engine your Garozzo role as the woman about one hundred sixty apparently directing aides say and grand van forbidding. Thanks hang up. That's going along time ago. Tony weren't very talkative. Maybe you can help me. Thirty of some way to keep that lawyer from seeing. The witter advocating keeping down a loops lunchroom all day. They've been down there for our now. Bring back boy company back carry. He'll anyway I didn't know it was a preemie here though they ain't friend he's a lawyer from the county seat. How many times I have to tell you they're over GonNa stay here come back and buy L. got away from granny coming here to get away. I let him get away. You still down here at the launch. Show just back get some more money more money. Nobis pellegrin he's at a four dollars and thirty cents worth of Middle Soul. Fernie still going strong Ohio. Good here take all money here. Ep meeting all day long you can. I want my dollars. Thirty Cents Back to unit. Here's SAM anarchy on. Well I don't think I keep them down much longer long. He keeps. Save that to get out and me of Abernathy move you keep changing and Jake. Every time he mentioned don't you can just get so many times. I wore it out. Man Down here wait a minute. Wait ain't that him walking down. I know that you might have got failed. Are Up and get on out there. Don't let him get over to her. Played wait a minute. Maybe you'd better go this time grand venues wanting to get back out there. I talked my bad leg arm. Author Imre taught him everything and more by Cherry Hill. Grandpa robin keep talking. Do ANYTHING TAKE HIM. Down to the Soda Fountain Getting My Ice Cream Soda. Anything long long ride but I. I wouldn't do it if he weren't average. Oh what a mess. from March Eighteenth Nineteen fifty-three Abner here on Classic Radio Theatre. Communism by joining the crusade for Freedom The Independent Movement of the American people which supports Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Asia these to freedom networks shattering the isolation which the Kremlin has imposed on slave states as a private enterprise. Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Asia and hit hard exiles speak to their own countrymen weakening reds morale authority. 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Starring Game Andrews originally broadcast on March Eighteenth. Nineteen fifty three. I was a Communist for the FBI starring Dana Andrews at an exciting tale of danger. Spn I was a communist for the FBI from the actual records and authentic experiences of met. Cevik come many of the incidents in this unusual story. Here is our star. Dana Andrews as mets of Eric. Ooh for nine fantastic years live as a communist for the FBI. I learned a lot during my nine years with the Communists but I didn't learn a thing about women why not because the women who joined the reds aren't interested in being women at all. This story will give you an idea of their real interests. Dana Andrews as maps Semitic undercover man. This story from the confidential file is marked red waves and you're an FBI man and clothing. You can't expect life to be beautiful or and believe it isn't there is neither comfort and security and the everyday routine in fact. The most PROSAIC humdrum incidents often end up playing a tune on your nerve endings. You walk down the street for instance. Same Street you've walked up thousand times before. He reached the corner in TIME TO CATCH A STREETCAR. Just an ordinary streetcar. Same One. You've written every day for weeks months step by step up step into this week. You see the same tired early morning faces. Same motormen Yassine. Every day monitoring you pay the same fare and start down the same. I'll reach for the same. A million strap. Hey Mr for me if I got you. A transplant me. Yeah you need a transfer. Yes you do well. I'm just going as far as that. Come and take it why I just this transfer me. Wow okay okay. Thanks took the transfer and looked at it just an ordinary streetcar transfer and I turned it over looked again. That was a phone number written on it. The handwriting was neat and Feminine. Call Brier two two one. Four it said. And there was underlined in red. Hello is this Brian. Two two one four but this is mets of attic. Fine fine who is this please? Comrade Loren's has nothing but praise for rent is Lorenzo. Tom said he'd get. Are you free tonight? Terrorists Department hotel. Have you be here about nine? I guess so if it's important but I I'm in apartment four zero to see you at nine. Oh wait a minute. I don't even know who you up. Hello Hello Good Evening I. It's really good to see you again. Coming coming Loren's busy busy. This project has involved so much work. It can only be successful at block. We talked on the phone this morning. How do you do common? Rita has worked as hard as I have on all this and a big job is still before I wish you were in operation right now and getting the jets. Josh remember of reader that emotions are self-defeating consider each phase of our work as an intellectual exercise. They all right Comrade Laura. You're fine free that our cause is best served by an attitude of calculated on tv a cool liberal Lorenzo. Obviously it's something important. I do. I figure in it. Here's the checklist comrades good. I must apologise giving you this. Menial chores ridic but even the slightest details must be handled by comrades of high standing. Only the most trustworthy have been okay. Okay and what's it all about this checklist? No the number of names listed here all carefully selected comrades. You'll be receiving messages in the mail from these comrades shortly in the mail or Eddie innocuous messages to be sure but as you receive them. You will check off the names of the comrades. Who sent them? Then you'll compile the information they have sent you and turn it in. That's all that is and comrades vetik no slip-ups. I need every bit of information receive phone. You always soon as I go. No why not. That's a private phone isn't it? You would attorney information over to me. You'll deer with free. The only through me that seems like the long way around comrade naturally and it will seem even longer to the FBI or any other enemy agency that tries to discover what we are doing Lorraine's a lot of babbling. But he didn't tell me what I wanted to know. I still didn't know why the party had sent this upper commie all the way from New York to poison the air in this region and who has freed up block function in the potty. How can only wait and search for clues? Among the messages that were due to come in the males I one was a note from a combination webster at Draft Board Number. One seven nine. It said Herod Daniels. Fourteen thirty-six Elm Avenue to be drafted on sixth of this month married two years wife's name Mary. commie waitress at the PX. At Camp Cronin Lieutenant Tom Maxwell stateside furlough ends. This week. Rejoins outfit overseas wife just had a baby girl one after simple? Intimate personal items servicemen had to find out how they could contribute to any comedy project to find out fast. This is red. Well high been wondering about you. Listen I'm sending the FBI some stuff. It may be important maybe nothing. I don't know it's a copy of a checklist of dizzy little reds. They're supplying the party with information about servicemen. That's important yeah but I don't know why that doing it. The body said Lauren's out here to run. The show brought a girl within her. Name's frito block block block. Not The actress. I don't know she's dark hair. Husky voice is like headlights. That's the one. Keep an eye on her matt trouble now but she is if readers playing apart from orange you can bet she's no Anju However she was cast in this coming drama I knew Freda was more likely to spill information. Laurenz so I called and made a date with there wasn't difficult compiled all the messages and they were ready for delivery. I lied that I wasn't able to get in touch with Laurenz next thing. I knew I was a CD. Apartment Hotel not into the desk clerk and stepped into the Self Service Elevator Phoenix flow. I opened the elevator door. Step into the Carter. Earliest Riddick Moran. You must be eager to see the young lady. When I came to deliver the information you wanted at take the information whereas Freda listing. She has a lot of work ahead of good night. As long as I'm here I might as well nights fritos expecting me. I owe the courtesy of an explanation. Me That explanation combined. You've liberally ignored my instructions. You were told that I am to be the intermediary between you and you have your reasons. I am sure for the disobedience but my reasons have been formulated in the best interest of the party. If I ain't are Lorenzo enough indiscretion can mean disaster. Civic IT cannot be tolerated. Now that you've delivered the information comrade goodnight now more than ever and you had to break through that wall of secrecy. I waited a few hours and formed. Freda there was no answer. I waited a few more hours and I went back to her apartment. Hotel lobby was deserted. Quiet like abandoned furnished tune desk clerk was dozing in his chair. And just behind him. Was The wall rag holding the keys to just reach disturbing there. The keyed apartment for two zero apartment for two was a tiny place but it seemed a lot larger with no one in it was gone. Free this close. We're gone to the causes. Were Empty Dresser drawers. Were empty. Was nothing here to tell me what he was doing. For the reds. Where's she gone on? Why the only thing I can do now is get out of the apartment behind me and headed. Someone was climbing the stairs at the floor below. Couldn't risk found here started down the hall again. Not Quite sure where I should go down and breathed a sigh of relief as the elevator door. Shut behind me and then couldn't breathe at all reflexes. It cost me up. This was a self service elevator. It needed no one at the controls but someone was at the controls it was pushing the emergency. Stop Button now. You don't mind stopping between floors. Do I have a few things to settle with your to your always. Settle things with a gun. Laurenti not always. But in your case it may be necessary. Mark Eighteenth Nineteen fifty-three I was a communist for the FBI on Classic Radio Theatre Balance of nature changing the world. One Life at a time. Well the energy is good. You hear the commercials and it sounds pretty hokey to be perfectly honest but I used to get tired early afternoon and now I don't get tired until evening and they don't get sleepy as early as I used to and. I definitely have more energy. I have fewer aches and pains. I haven't had any colds. 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More of I was a communist would be FBI starring Nina Andrews Red Waves March eighteenth nineteen fifty three now back to Dana Andrews starring Matt Subotic and I was a communist for the FBI and the sect of our story trapped in elevators late at night with a man you hated every been forced to face a red fanatic like comrade Laurenz from the wrong end of a gun. These were new experiences to me too and I don't recommend them his stand there and sweat waiting for last minute miracle or the reckless flash heroic abandoned. That will help you overpower the villain. But nothing happens you. Just stand there and sweat. This is the second time you have. Disappeared Party orders. Pickups vetik why you have no intention of believing anything I tell you. What's that you have in your hand? The Ki Ki. Where did you get the key to readers apartment? Why not? We've spent a lot of time together. Been good friends. Ever since we met in New York months ago lying medic sounds like someone would like to share elevator. I know you're lying. Rita had strict orders not to become friendly with anyone. Look Lauren's the key apartment for all to see sentiment love a bit sickening and you know the work she's doing. I suppose asked my advice about it from time to time. How are you going to give up this elevator or not? I can't believe it. She knows the cost of failure in this work. I can't believe it. Out of the Elevator Laurenz. Yes of course to now to call your bluff. We're going to see Frida now at this hour. Free just starts tonight. If what you say is true will stop work tonight. If you're lying out ushered out of the building down the street to where. His car was parked in a moment. We were speeding across the sleeping city destination. I had no idea I can only think of the dilemma. I'd created for myself. The Bin Khamis secret. Whatever it was about to be revealed to me but I was about to be exposed as a liar a traitor to the cause fat into Limo. Right I was impaled right smack on out out nothing here but a beach the pier is right behind the seawall on here for one of them knows so much. You seem to know that he little never been to this part of the waterfront before out was cold and damp. It tasted the salt on your lips. And when you breath your caught. The sharpness of salt knows the night was black and still the water was black too. And only it's constant movement distinguished from the night. Where you going just wait here. Loren's walked corner of the pier and signalled with a flashlight. He'd taken from the car. I just WanNa make comfortable expecting. We'll have a short miserable way getting restless medic. Not about their good. He's just twenty five minutes. Since I see here we are up over there. Have to you comrade in the launch. Now okay okay. That's the way you ready around. Let's go a last lap. Swimming launch slice through the choppy water which change directions two or three times that I had no idea which way we were headed. And for no apparent reason the pilot turned off the motor. It wasn't until a coil of rope. Land that are above that I realized we were alongside another book. The second boat was not much bigger than the launch we were in the pilot was busy. Tying the launched the larger craft we scrambled up on deck. I could see that this had once been a small fishing boat. Now that the comments had it it was used for purposes other than fishing. Where's Freedom? She's still recording recording short. What's expected to be doing all right? So you own this very well I I. I thought she'd be finished by now. Go on where Don alone you want to see. Frida don't you very well? Do you think of all this. I never thought that. 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The messages medic are tailored for the ears of red agents among the Americans every time a GI. June's into snicker at Frieder. He's aiding the closest communist agent. Now do you understand. Yeah I understand all right evidently freed. It didn't get around to telling you that no no. She didn't go inside the studio. She's done now see what she tells me. I swear it Konrad Lorenz. I don't know what you're talking about. Honey tell the truth. It'll be a lot easier for both of Hans. He's he's out of his mind. I never had a thing to do with him. I never gave him a key. Truth Freedom Truth telling the truth what I'm busy. You're expecting another. No that's a big one. It's got US lights on us. Looks to me like a Coast Guard cutter take a look. Let in a Coast Guard Cutter. Ryan a seaman. Let's get away from the get the move comrade this hookups. Flotsam could not run a car. Wash they'll take all of us. We can't let them. We can't let them pick all of us. 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Meyer ain't running matinees now is it? Oh no no I was well I was just trying to get a job Oh that's all. What kind of Job Fallon tickets? Oh did you get it now? Mr Mashed as he's perfectly sadly fading shoes shady sure do know how to handle customers all right especially those roughnecks from Dunlap junction. Well Anything I can do for you. Oh no thanks Just sorta any old portland store and Johnny. Ain't here elementary. Oh isn't he I mean is that so yep he's out to judge windsors delivering some cough syrup. Oh I see time seems to be getting a little better May. Maybe I'd better run along home will you? Will you tell Johnny hours here? Misdemeanor Oh sure sure well goodbye so long. Elementary member meet the folks all right. I Will Adams. Hey the mind yet. Met Door Oh excuse me goodbye Mary. It's your ears comical. All the young folks ain't able to hide it when they're in low. How are you doc? I hear you got rid of your cold. How'd you hear that? Well I can hear you can shovel with elementary bliss. Oh Jeez jazzed. Up sock caused Johnny camps up to the windsors. She thinks maybe faith wins. Early get our net out for him. That sure Looks Likely Ternal Triangle. Too Bad the way elementary takes on. She always gets one of her six every time he does it. Well folks roll made different for a purpose. I guess quite a storm isn't it? Yep should worry has the old dam holes. Where do you mean peak may Friday? Why shouldn't it whole well? No only graph Miller was down from his place at the lake. There's PM and he said he was up a looking at it last week and it didn't look too strong and spots. Wonder why the county supervisors don't do something about. I'll have to speak. Just Hand Windsor about that. Where we upstairs in my office if anybody wants me beat. Okay Doc. See you later. I got a fixed. This dang stole was used. Just a minute. Coating is Bush won't inside Allen a boat a boat the boat for of course. I WANNA take a ride on the lake. Do what makes British? I can't have no boat in weather like this. We're not because we didn't say for nobody to be open in Lincoln type in don't say a rapist thank account back to what a good magazine where she going wondering if I could cheer up next winter. There's you go up. The river trader. Good toward wooed. The damn spokes. There's that's what it is awful. I best take up right after she must be. We're headed heritage. Came out after crazy. Man Got no sex these days. No Alex you know Canterbury ex GONNA marry. We'll come on back here next. Don't paint me nothing. You Ain't got no right Jeapardise in your life actually taste to your folks that they're dame up very tape l-look slippery spots which is bad now you come on back with the Canton here all right. Dan only only lack just didn't sweet to me anymore. I just want to get away from it right now. Come along with all right where invert now being questionable not gonNA BE. Nothing happens very grappa. Horta vish now and they've been happens. Just keep hang on for dear life covers. I hope Good Evening Alam. Mary feeling this evening. Good your leg as comfortable as possible under the circumstances. Thank you good. What are you crying for elementary? You ought to do that when I think apartments Danila. I can understand how you feel. How is he? What a crisis is elementary grasses? Well I think new in medicine. It means that time when we doctors can finally decide whether the patient is going to live or die. Well I'm expecting the crisis in Griff Miller's case tonight tonight yeah well I guess I can't do anything more for you tonight. Hey Elementary Dr Adams do you? Do you think might help Mr Miller? If if I prayed tonight is I think maybe it would and I think it might help you. A he too. Don't you think so ella. Mary doctor would breathing easier. Yep I can see that too. I think he's going to be all right also has better too. That's good the poor old salad. I think it doc items grave as a remember know. The Damn drew much debbie just to you if you attracted a bad cold out of in fact. I I might say it was quite a bit worse than a cold habit. You're feeling better now aren't you? They should change who just thought that. Young Woman Mary Bush. What happened to her. She's all right. Griff who come pound fracture the fever give her time to think things over for a while Hello Hello Graph graph. You'd better gets more sleep. Drifters Duck holy smokes. I'm sure glad Bush got shaved. Got Say don't you know it was you that saved or grip taught nothing? Well you'd better go to sleep now. Wave here just shoot for your go. Duck Gee we wish something for me with what you want me to tell just short tenure. I hooked you. Get there and gunmen. Jesus opinion for whoever latest the family doctor. I'll be in to see you again. Rights to go by a from nineteen thirty to the family doctor on Classic Radio Theatre. 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Here is Corona virus scare seems to have taken over all of society. It's pretty nuts and there's a lot of things that are changing and seemed to be changing very quickly. If you want to join the show you can the toll free number here is eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We also have the discord call in line rooms there over a discord dot dot. Fm joining you in the studio tonight. It's Ian Stone and Epstein didn't kill himself. Yeah that's a lot of people otherwise known. It's no good to have you here. Decided borrow that name for a moment Could have you guys here. Thanks for coming in Thanks for making it here. Because there's like it's crazy. What's going on out there with people distancing themselves from other folks a lot of people are super paranoid about this this thing The people who are concerned about it are really concerned about it but there are also people who aren't so concerned about it as well. Because how do you know who to really believe when it comes to this? How do you do you trust the government? Because I don't see I don't trust any of them Is is the bottom line for me and so I. I don't feel that. I know how many people are dead in China. I feel that I know. Yeah I think it's a balance of of How much work or how much sacrifice were willing to put in based on a theoretical risk. Because none of us I think of seen anything firsthand. So we're we're basically going on What's out there what we can here in the news From around the world and a lot of people have died. So I think it's worth something as far as Precautions all people are dying. All the time The question is from. What are they trying? Are they dying? Because the Chinese government has put them to death because they're dissidents and chalking them up as this mysterious corona virus Are they dine. Because this is a legitimate Virus that is taking out the elderly and is a large threat to the population. The House and it could also be both in that The Chinese may well have released the virus either accidentally or intentionally and used the existence of the virus to cover up a distance. A distance sweep. And you know it's a very large organization it can do many things at once so it's You know I don't I don't feel I know anything for sure. I don't feel. There are any trustworthy authorities out there to ask I'd say it's very disheartening. It's it's worth the risk to come out What we do here talking to people. Giving people platform to talk to the world ultimately is more important than saying hold up and I think taken some simple precautions is merited but as far as refusing to come out and do. Your job is Not really warranted in this case. Well I definitely appreciate Folks who are willing to take some risk and we've been talking about. There's so much in the news to cover here. It's hard to really even know where to start. I know that nobody you wanted to talk tonight about facebook. And apparently they have been censoring. Sort of like What some people believe? I think. It's like an automatic Algorithm Nick censoring of various different related Stories Co Corona Virus Related Stories I've noticed corona virus related stories being Being killed I the the story that they killed for me. Why you posted a thing and it. It got taken down. Yeah as as spam and it was a Pointer to the conservative journal. Article on Dunkin Lamp is the guy who was shot in his sleep recently. Police so I put up a link to the face to the article about facebook. Censoring things and said you know what have you guys lost What has been censored from you and everything I got. Back was Duncan Lamp. Monitor Corona virus and or economic effects. There is one about the the likelihood that gas would hit eighty four cents. That wouldn't that be amazing. Was the last time we had below dollar gas the ninety s late ninety s Yeah I would say pros last time I remember. I remember to twelve in the early. Two thousands Because I was watching gas prices very carefully because I was buying cigarettes and in other states and selling them in Michigan and if gas prices were relatively low it made sense for me to drive to South Carolina but if gas prices got relatively high it made more sense for me to drive to end the Anna. Pay a lower price or a higher price for the cigarettes but spend less on gas. Those did you shared a story here with me about business insider reporting on this. Did you want me to share something from that story? Should I Well basically I just wanted to Give a couple examples of things that had been Ban censored so fairly. They're not responding according to the story here to requests for comment about this multiple facebook users reporting on twitter That they've found themselves. Unable to post articles from certain news. Outlets including business insider buzzfeed the Atlantic and The Times of Israel. Facebook responding to a request for comment facebook has sent many of its content moderators home saying they will rely more on automated software instead. So this is Essentially a machine. That is doing all the work here and presumably. That's what does most of it anyway so I'm not sure exactly what's different now. Except maybe there's not as many human beings to review to to review. What it is that this thing is picking out so if you WANNA comment. You're welcome to join us here. Eight thirty five four hundred fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three and in other tech related news and this is to me a pretty major story the Seattle Times reporting actually from the Washington Post that the US government is talking with facebook and Google and other tech companies about how they can use location data gleaned from your phone your smartphones to combat the corona virus. That that's the cover story. Well I'll tell you there's only one way to combat the surveillance virus and that is to quarantine your phone okay and that means. Don't take it with you if you don't have to put it in a fair day bag if you can if you can get one and you do have to because they will. They don't care about your consent. They'll do this if they say. And do this and I'm sure they've got enough dirt on Zuckerberg that he will say want him to do. They're talking about tracking whether people are keeping one another at safe distances to stem the outbreak public health experts are interested in the possibility that private sector companies could compile the data in non aggregated form which they could then use to map the spread of the infection. Exactly would that work. How would how would anonymous information about people's cell phone locations be able to help map the spread of the infection? If it's anonymous then you wouldn't know which of the users have the infection The only way I can see would be the way they're detecting. This thing is through body temperature so if there was a way to get your body temperature into your phone if there were sufficient sensors on the phone for that maybe or if there is a USB dish. I mean some of these. Some of the fitness buffs have like those fitness watches. Or whatever right where I that might be able to monitor would almost certainly be able to monitor your body temperature but of course not everybody has those and you're not wearing them all the time. The other thing that I think is likely that it will be anonymous in till such time as your identified as having the virus or being person of interest in which case I think it will be quickly Yeah it's really scary. Yeah I so I I am not going to be carrying my phone. That's B bend becoming my practice for a while now and I don't trust my phone anymore. 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You know Critical Health News Dot Com and they have experts on their their on other shows like coast and they say all you have to do. It's not it helps it 'cause viruses GonNa take no matter what some people you know. It always works at like flus built up your immune system is doctor works there in years and years of research and I completely agree that It's much more important as our primary concern. Our personal health Those what's your name stone. Oh don't high yeah to take all the vitamins and nutrients but not too. Close the country down you know. I'm blind up here in Lynn. All the restaurants stores restaurants are only open for takeout. That's ridiculous you're slowing down isn't GonNa it's just GonNa make it worse going to prolong it. It is important a strong immune system. I I noticed that my dog never got sick so I started walking around outside and then licking my feet. You know it it it. I never get sick. Rarely doc well. The people like when Obama was president with you agree. We didn't agree. One thing. I do agree. He did is when the flu season came. He let it right. I think he told people. You GotTa do this. This this I mean I can't take the shots I'm allergic or bothers me. But that's the way it is. I can take some but doing this what he did this country. What happens if they have a shelter in place? What are you guys going to do? And what do people like plan to go out? Yeah but be arrested. I don't care they're not gonNA arrest everybody and and arresting people. Actually that would open up to a lot of liability Not just for the false arrests for violating liberties But also the increased dangers of keeping people in Confinement With other people. They're all getting their food from the same source and government is not very reliable to out to be your your containment provider. Well again if the Chinese can use the virus as to eliminate dissidents than the Americans can do that too. They're not lily white and pure they. Hawaii problem whacking people. They don't like an. I'll mention JFK and Martin Luther King Jr. and what about this man that you got killed in asleep at my other question is what's his six foot bit. I can understand if they WANNA quarantine people. Okay you can have. A few people eat at the same time. But they're thinking of Boston here. Building a containment center and I hope they treat people good if they ever do this again. A bunch of us will be because I don't like being alone in an apartment like it's very hard for me. I have no family. What does a six foot bit? What are you referring to The six foot bit you can't you can't get you have to be six feet away from somebody or something you're not supposed to get within six feet out in about is this. The recommendation is called social distancing. Now if it's it's order in Boston they're trying to make an ordinary people don't do it. there's GONNA trouble. I mean Massachusetts. I feel bad for you guys. Man I mean it's it's not that much better up here in New Hampshire especially after this governor gangster Sununu has took completely cracked down on freedom here because we also now have the similar restaurant and bar restrictions that you mentioned where it's take out and or delivery only at this point. Nobody has the authority to do that. Nobody was waving Susan and trump agrees with it. I'm disappointed at him. Trump agrees with it. Well trump is a tyrant just like the rest of them. Joseph fact is he may be a little bit less experienced at it but he's got plenty of people around him that have been in government for a long time and they're telling them what to do. I think trump was brought in as a sheepdog to there is a certain segment of the political public. Was getting away. That was faith in two party system so I think trump was broad. Pretty much is a ringer to ask you all a question if I may. What if you're going to contain. How can you in your opinion? Do you think that some sort of containment is necessary for the virus or if people get infected because it will go away? I mean you know when you go out in the crowd. They closed all the sports teams. Maybe loan. Maybe it'll keep coming back like the flu comes back like it has if you were President Installing. How would you handle a situation? You're now the president role play. Shut DOWN THE GOVERNMENT. If I were. That's a great I start. Yeah yeah that's what I would do. I tend to agree with what you suggested earlier. Josephine thank you for the call tonight that let the thing run its damn course and if people end up perishing from it they're to I just don't think that destroying freedom is worse off every government service into its own private version where the people who were participating can continue to participate in a magic fan or equity holding role. Yeah and I think you touched on this the other night. 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And it's a group of Liberty Levers or at least liberty tolerates who Go out we go camping. A lot of us will run little businesses in our off our cap sites to feed each other and and keep each other and souvenirs drugs and whatever we may need practic. Yeah we've had chiropractors their massage girls. We've had strippers we've had There've been strippers at Fort Fast. I think so. Maybe that was just a pork fast. If you're fast the porcupine freedom festival then I would say that Pork fast is to Minner as fork fest is to anarchy. Yeah good description by the way happens coming up very. I mean sooner than you think. It's like three months away forecast. Twenty twenty it's GonNa Be June twenty ninth until July fifth. That's a decentralized libertarian camping festival and nobody Amazon nobody no one can cancel this thing except for the owner of the park and so far from what I understand Rogers. Campground has not closed. Of course they haven't even open yet closed during the wintertime so presuming Rogers. Campground continues to accept campus. In the summertime folk fest will be happening. Because there's no board of directors to make some sort of arbitrary decision that there will be no work best because while there is no fork fest released a bunch of Libertarians. Come into the same campground and calling it. Fork Fest Terror Lou Postman calling it pork fest classic which I think is fantastic. You've called in and camp Yeah B. A. N. N. E. D. One time at band camp. So it's fun stuff. If you want to go to fork fast. Stop Party can go there. There's a link to a telegram chat room. That's pretty active with people talking about forecast. Twenty twenty again. June twenty ninth until July fifth. So we were on the line with cancelation is if you show up for work fast. It wasn't cancer. It's on well hopefully another at least one other person will show addition to you. Well I will be there unless I'm dad. I'm going to be there as guy. Yeah that's my plan. Yeah Freetalklive. We'll be broadcasting from the event we've already got R. V. Site Reserved. So you can reserve your campsite over at Rogers Campground Just give them a call. During the winter months they do have limited hours. It's Monday Wednesday Friday. I believe ten. Am TO TWO PM. So if you call during those hours eastern time you will likely get somebody in the office. Who can take your reservation? So again June twenty ninth until July Fifth Four. Twenty twenty the fourth year happening after the Porcupine Freedom Festival this time around you can bring up whatever you want here on. Free Talk Live. We were talking about how the government gang in DC is in talks with facebook. Google and other tech companies to try to get data on Americans phones locations. They say this is somehow going to help them compile information about the infection. It'll help them compile a lot of information it's going to be useful for the government but I don't think it's for the reasons they're saying. This is the excuse okay in the same way the nave. They've always wanted an excuse to have a total police state. Well now they have it now that everybody is not everybody but now that a lot of people are afraid and I would say irrationally of the corona virus situation. I'm sure a lot of people differ with me on that. But that's just you know that's my opinion on this. You're welcome to call in about it if you want. But now that a lot of people are in a complete fear mindset that is when the the government can swing in and do its worst that is when they can take away as many freedoms as they can possibly cut out in one fell swoop. And that's what we're seeing happening. It's been an amazing change. Just the last two weeks to what you could do before to what you can't do now. And this is another example of that. Oh well you guys are. Getting people are getting sick. There's a few thousand people on the planet that have gotten sick now. We need to know where you are at every mode of the day. Even though they could previously get information relatively easily by you know getting a warrant which is usually rubber-stamped by judge or calling the NSA because they were just breaking the law do it anyway. Now they're saying well we just WANNA work with these tech companies so we can have access to this information at all times about everybody. I liked the question. About what would you do as president about the Corona virus and? I'll you the first thing that I would do would be monetary though the the monetary system has been robbing us all for more than a century now since side nineteen thirteen And so what I would do is i. I would direct the Federal Reserve or the Treasury Department to print out twenty three one trillion dollar bill and to send those bills to the creditors to whom we owe in theory twenty three trillion dollars. I think that mark edges actually talked about an idea like that. But you can't have them print bills after mid point you'd have to have the mint trillion dollar. I not not minting coins because that requires real. I mean are you talking about minting coins just out of aluminum or something ever put twenty okay? 'cause I certainly wouldn't want a trillion dollars worth of gold to go into these coins. No no be made out of metal it just be a little was twenty. Three trillion dollars could be fine. It could be paper or it could be coins. But basically you would send it off to the creditors and then I the second step would be to remove all capital gains from crypto currency transactions and from golden silver transactions So that you could get in and out of those without friction and thirdly I would implement a minimum guaranteed income of one thousand dollars per day. Okay nobody check more in Asian so like nobody dot com lack nobody. I've got a story for MARKETWATCH DOT CAR COM. It's financial also about how the Federal Reserve Launches Crisis Era Commercial Paper funding facility so instead of paying off the creditors Irdeto or whatever They're allowing businesses to take out loans. the government is essentially just giving low instabilities commercial. Paper is when a business needs to raise money. So they'll essentially take a loan and whoever holds the commercial paper is who they have to pay back so the government is is now making it instead of waiting. Who's giving the loans out. The government is or federal. Well usually there's a market where businesses are rated like a AAA whatever be Where businesses will have bonds or. Not like Dun and Bradstreet me. I'm not familiar with it. I just know the basics of how it works okay. So what's going on what's changed here. You're saying is that the government that's doing. I'm not clear about him and is giving interest free loans to business practically. I'm I'm sure it's very close to zero Mo- most of the lending rates are actually have gone close zero another story about how crypto lending rates are a little higher than the The government lending rates. So if you go onto Crypto lending websites you can you can essentially leverage here. You're crypto using borrowed crypto. So that's about three point. Six or jumped from three point six percent annually to six percent annually for Bitcoin. Interest Rates Okay so if the government's just giving out interest free loans or or close interest free loans there. What printing the money to do that? Or where's the money coming from They would have to be printing it because if they were borrowing it then you know they wouldn't. They wouldn't be doing anything they just be money in money out. So I think they have to be printing it in order for it to have the The intended effect and the problem there is basically that suggests. That's very close to what I was suggesting. Only instead of handing out money to individuals who are the ones who have been harmed here they're talking about handing out money to businesses which means that it would benefit One segment of the population but not the entire population. And you know this to me. I think if we're going to I think we should kamikaze the dollar. I think we should destroy. Its its value and make it a non issue but I think we should do it by liquidating it by giving dollars to the people until the dollars just are worth so the government. The Federal Reserve is stepping in to the market for short term cash. 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Now I don't know how many states have enacted these restrictions. They were just pop. It seemed like they were just popping up all over the place. A lot of folks being told to stay home. They're being furloughed. Oh yeah you're not fired but we just don't need you right now that kind of thing. So Yeah you've got your job. You're not logging any hours right. Pretty much jobless and so it's in stone in nobody in the studio here. If you WanNa comment you can join us. The toll free number eight fifty five four fifty free I want to say. Thanks Robert Meyer. Who is a free talk live amplifier? He is a longtime supporter of. This show goes all the way back to when the program was only three bucks a month and then a few years after that we raised it to two five bucks. That's how long a time he's been amping. The show Robert. Thanks for doing that if you want to. An freetalklive amp stands for advertise market and promote. Its way for you to get free. Talk live on more radio stations. And I'm still calling stations by the way in the morning and that's what I do is I call radio stations. You wear a mask when he called I have yet to put on a mass during this this whole thing and I put on a mask. It'll be a Guy Fawkes mask nice hole and he to especially if we Ended up doing a gathering in public somewhere to violate the state's no more than fifty people restrictions anyway. So if you're in and around New Hampshire and you would be interested in a gathering like that. Is there someplace we could send people? It was being discussed the fort fess chatroom at Fort Fest On. Cardi Click on the chat link there and get into the fork fest chat. That's where the the discussion about it was happening. Groovy so we can call it a preformed fest for fast. You could call it a fork fest pre party or something like that. Sure yeah whatever you call it for Q. Sununu that's it. You could do that yes. Nobody can nobody. Nobody can do that so anyway. Thank you. 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Can you just recap briefly? What this this news is that you have here then kind of summarizes it from New York Times today or yesterday. Both were efforts. They're trying to keep the credit flowing to businesses and households. Government is giving money to businesses basically. Well that's the theory of why where the money might be going Taking a page from its two thousand eight financial crisis playbook the Fed said it would backstop the one point one three trillion dollar market for commercial paper a key funding source used by companies to cover payroll and day to day operations that market used by firms like Pfizer. Royal Dominion and Dupont has started to come under strain as businesses race to fill up their coffers in the face of quarantines shuttered shopping centers and empty restaurants so basically a lot of businesses are choosing to hoard dollars in their bank accounts in order to have that instead of whatever would they would normally be spending it on and and essentially they are the market for that type of stuff. They kind of have to do because you know. These people are leasing businesses and their leasing real estate. Okay there's they they still have to pay rent just like you still anymore. There was a notice that came out yesterday from the State of New Hampshire His Excellency. The Governor Governor John Sununu whatever. His name is Sununu says that no you don't you can't now vic anyone for non-payment of rent does outside of businesses or away presumably. It's everybody and if somebody doesn't pay the rent during this emergency timeframe you cannot penalize them for it. There can be no fees associated with that and they have to be given a reasonable period to pay it back without any kind of penalties. That is a minimum of six months. Once this supposed emergency gets lifted. And he's doing it. I guarantee you is happening in other states. Because all he's doing is he's taken the wording from the other states that are doing it and sign off on it and the thing is what does GonNa do is people think landlords are made of money. They're not okay so they're gonNA start going bankrupt now they can be somewhat saved list. Their property taxes are being held in abeyance. Because I haven't heard any announcements about that. I see that's that's the thing is his is saying you can't collect or you can't do anything to collect their no consequences for not paying but you still have to pay your property taxes. Well how are they going to do that? You can't get blood from a stone. I don't think you can do we. Can I think we're GONNA see a lot? We won't bleed bankrupt what's going to happen. A lot of businesses go bankrupt. It's GonNa be a hard time. It looks like they're trying. I really get to that point where we're going to have a total collapse and society is so dependent on government to provide their food every day or whatever people are going to be at their Their FEMA camps or whatever. The good news is I think that you're right. There are people who are intending that we've seen stories out of France. I think that say they're talking about nationalizing industry. The I believe governor of New York Mayor of New York City one of the other. They're both terrible They've been saying nationalization should happen now. Nationalized all the private hospitals. So I don't know if we're going to see that in the United States if we do. That's a terrible thing is going to make things even worse even faster but there is still the possibility that at the very least for instance. I saw Amazon's hiring one hundred thousand workers for instance. A lot of these people that are out of jobs are going to be able to get jobs in other areas that are still doing business. But your rights known they definitely. We're going to see a lot of people out of work and that's GonNa that's GONNA result in them. Demanding benefits from the government and the numbers donors. Don't don't add up that's not GonNa fix it. Because ten percent of the workforce or something like ten percent of the of the workforce customer service. So you know and no one is going out to buy things in. Yeah so so maybe. That's you know fifteen million people Thirty million people. One hundred thousand jobs could but it doesn't well all the other stores in these other retailers where there's a lot of activity going on. They are going to be hiring. They are hiring people so at least though even price shopper which is normally are twenty four hour store in town. They're going to start closing one. Am to six. Am Stop their their numbers. Even though they're extraordinarily busy they are my guess is that they can't keep they feel. They can't keep the pipe flowing. Twenty four hours a day. So if they're not if they're not able to keep selling twenty four hours a day they should just shut down and cut their expenses. Well they're going to be stocking they just don't want customers in the store at that time. Yeah well they're going to be stocking but it's but my guess is concerned they won't be able to stock fast enough and that's probably why they're the same thing. Put out a notice saying that. All of their stores apparently including the supercenters which are twenty four hours a day six. Am to eleven PM. These large corporations are highly sensitive to stark stock market changes so in their shares dropped fifty percent that means the the revenue the amount of money their shareholders are getting dropped fifty percent They're calling for ways to cut their costs. They're gonNA be firing a lot of people didn't WANNA come into work anyway or or the government telling people to go home but when I mean I've worked at a company I've worked at large large corporations before and when something happens and their stock price drops dramatically Anyone hired in the last ninety days is automatically gone. They're not gonNA show up to work the next day. They're gonNA tell everyone. All of the new hires they don't have any liability to keep them on the books. Whatever the government allows them to lay off is next and that's going to be direct these companies when it's a result of their stock their shareholders their CEO all of their financial la the people that run these companies are ruthless. They don't care about you. Know Socialism keeping people employed or whatever. Yeah and and the bottom line is they. I mean that's what they get paid to do is be ruthless. 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You've got Ian Stone and nobody also you can call in on our discord Colin lines underscored server discord dot L. Orrin not FM helping to one of those and you will sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio with US coming up Ron Paul. And his opinion about this whole corona virus thing which I think is relevant because he's my Kuroda he's a hero Libertarian Great Guy. Great man we will talk to talk about that here in just a moment. But let's go to the phones first. Your calls and thoughts. You can bring up whatever's on your mind although a lot of people obviously WanNa talk about corona virus and all the the fallout which is mostly not from the grown virus itself because that barely exists from what I can tell nobody. You asked a question on your social media profile the other night asking if anyone knows anyone personally who has not just some post on the Internet but somebody who has told you personally. I have corona virus and what was the response is zero said. I Have Corona Virus A couple claimed to know somebody who did. You didn't know those people. They were not people that I knew directly so I have no no way of assessing credibility So let's go to your calls and thoughts. We've got Chris on the in Saint Louis. We're seeing a lot of life being disrupted here. A lot of people going to lose their jobs over this what? I would call a severe overreaction reaction and a major move towards a police state Chris when you think go ahead with your thoughts Yes I have a really good question. Here I was wondering if for anyone that was or is it affected with the corona virus. I was wondering to treat it. Could he be the factor? Because I heard that someone who puts heat up in your nose or steam I heard that could weaken the virus. Is this true? Is it not true? I'm just wondering go give medical advice. I don't know if that's true or not. I've heard of they on Fox News. One drug which is supposed to help it. Which is a long available very cheap drug and I can't remember the the name of it but but I. I can't offer you medical advice. They'll they'll come in and kill me if I do right. Yeah I'm sure they will. Yeah I would say You know there's a lot of opinions online about this sort of thing and I would say a whole lot of people that don't know anything about this. It's relatively new. It hasn't had that there are very few. You know studies or anybody. Nobody's had a chance to really look at. No one said a chance to look at this at this point number. Another thing I I to is About people are study where they had Someone who had a Who was affected and then recovered. They took plasma blood from them to Treat a person who is infected. So I'm wondering could that be a possibility? I don't know there's a lot of possibilities out there. Possibility what's true or not is a whole other question Chris. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it scared of the government. I am of the virus that I would be very hesitant to especially be ega. Dissident Myself You know they might be just as anxious to To kill me as they are to save me so I don't know that that I would take whatever they came up with. Absolutely look the odds. Are you're going to survive that? If you believe the odds that they're talking about yeah to percent chance of of death against the virus than you know that my life that the co- The government loves me and wants me to be happy. I feel the same way and clearly. The governments are the real threat here. They're the ones who are cracking down and arguably people seem to want it. They seem to want to be told what to do. They seem to want to be ordered about because we haven't seen any meaningful civil disobedience. We haven't seen any at least that I've heard of if you've heard of it. Let us know. I WanNa know what's going on out there I did. I did see a story that in Mexico. There was a massive concert that they held recently sort of in defiance of this so Viva Mako if that's true Viva Mako. Let's go to your calls and thoughts here because you can bring a put you on. Larry is on the line in Indianapolis Barrier Free. How are you doing boy? Larry now? this is so contradictory that things that they're saying and you know. I haven't had TV for a long time. But I was over my friend's house today and I've seen him. Msnbc these people look like they're some kind of monster somebody with their with was half. Would they want foot in the grave and all of the Non Appeal? I mean they look horrible. They look like ghouls. Reporters are not a makeup. When you watch this no they're great. Big Gray be actors. I don't watch it but I've been hearing about it on the radio so much that I did go over my friends and then watch MSNBC NPR too. They are having everything about this virus. Lead to trump being a runoff. It's so it's so stupid and the thing about it is when they finally get through with us. This is why they're talking about. I think all our men on it. They are Going to have a situation where the testing is going on right now. Right seeing the drive through testing with the people out there with the gas mask on and a mask over their mouth nose and eyes wide open. Were nobody calls. It'll get right in. There is so these tests are so arbitrary and that could be that thing that causes you to get disease. So like he's just talking. I wouldn't take nothing. I would just depend on getting out of myself because your body can take a lot of the things that are happening. This disease and If you don't WanNa play the sick role but I think what's going to happen is people are gonNA find out if they try to paint sick that they can get more money and you know what that means so gravy train. They'll be going for that gravy train all. I don't have to work. I'm getting all these benefits getting free. Rent of getting my mortgage not being foreclosed And you know that means that's moral degradation when you get into something degrades you morally Just like The Martin's thing where people were getting all these loans they weren't supposed to have there was all kinds of stuff going on if it was on. You gotTa Margaret Right. I had a couple friends that got mortgages on property. Wouldn't work but darn thing but wasn't that got the loan. The closing date adult man move right in with them so You know he did. A lot of people are going to spend the money on. You know when I if they come in with this two thousand dollar check or thousand dollar. Whatever it's going to be right now. The headline drudge report was saying two thousand dollars They're still negotiating this so whatever arbitrary amount they come up with. It's going to go right into people's knows it's GonNa go right into their veins. It's going to go right in their bloodstream. And people buy some toilet paper with it but they know that there's GonNa happen so that's why they're doing this. They WanNa get you idle because you know. I don't mind is devil's workshop. Everybody and get you hooked on more. They they seized about thirty two hundred pounds of meth from some drug cartel. You think they're GONNA burn up. They're not gonNA do it and opioid crisis and all that stuff is gone by the way that I mean when you come in on by the wayside get worse because the reason why people use drugs Larry as you probably know is because they don't feel like they have anything to live for their depressed. They're upset they. You know bad things have happened to them. They want to get away from that. Lack of human connection they say is is the biggest thing. Well now people aren't going to be connected even less than before. I mean we already had a problem where people were disconnecting voluntarily by getting on their phones and not going out anymore and things like that and now it's even worse now. You really are being discouraged from even leaving your home. Allow in a lot of cases in in certainly in places like San Francisco. There's actually a twenty four hour curfew from what understand going on in cities like that so you actually can't leave your home and you. WanNa talk about okay now. You don't have a job anymore. As we mentioned earlier now business is gone under. Because you're bankrupt because you have no customers walking through the door you WanNa talk about a bunch of depressed drug addicted people who are just going to get GonNa take on an addiction. Maybe for the first time maybe go back to what it was that they were addicted before. I mean this is just the success that keeps you clean if you take away the ability to succeed. 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And it's not the BITCOIN can can be consumed by one thing which is sending bitcoin transactions. And so the the aggregate value of Bitcoin has to be related to the transactions that it can send and it can't send enough transactions to justify. It's IT'S VALID NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS. That is very very low so it can. It's already hitting that. Ceiling basically is is so basically entail the more able coins exceed Btc In in value and the whales who have been propping B. TO C. Up by get up off it and realize that they can't make digital gold happen. I will consider the market to be rational so somebody in the chat room. Etr SAYS BTC hate live. This is not hate it at least in my case. I don't hate bitcoin. I love the idea of Bitcoin. I am a longtime supporter of Bitcoin. I sell bitcoin on the Internet on local BITCOIN DOT COM on a regular basis. So I still support the idea of Bitcoin. I'm just saddened to see what has happened to it. Because of this mismanagement on the part of its programmers. Yeah and and my church definitely regards. BITCOIN is a sacrament. As a matter of fact if you donate to my church one of the premiums you can elect to receive is Bitcoin and donate dollars. Yes you can donate dollars and we'll give you back a premium and bitcoin or bitcoin cash. you know because dollars our from our point of view. Harlem when you when you accept dollars when you save dollars You're accepting the system as it is and by the way the way this is. This is a way out. If we all shorted dollar. If we stopped accepting the dollar the government could not operate. They could not do the things that they do. It's the dollar. Hegemony that props them up. You think Bitcoin is a great investment compared to the dollar I mean as soon as the dollar cuts inflated the way they want to they are going to be sending money out to anyone who asked for it so oh yeah they're cranking on that in that printing pressman just as good as toilet paper the way they're cranking out toilet paper so they're going to both have similar purposes and other more scarce resources that everyone agrees or a lot of people want to use and hold and trade. Those are going to be what people are going to turn to for real value. Something that you can appreciate That's not going to go bad over the months in years Gold Silver Bitcoin. Yes and that's something I I would also say is there are times. I mean the government can't break into your house and Jack. You're bitcoin in less you. Give them the keys or you give them the password or whatever or you're completely unsecure but at the same time they can take the power grid down. They can take the Internet down for days at a time. There is an Internet. Kill switch and the president has access to it as far as we know. So the thing that you're gonNA need. If and when that happens is precious metal. You can hold in your hand because nobody can take value out of that. You feel the way you feel the value in your hand and and and so please do Derek today yeah. Gold backs are great. They've got a high senior edge I WANNA see people trading and full-bodied silver coins as well and full-bodied gold coins Because it's hard to do that with because it's so expensive you know well it is and that's the Nice thing about Gold back CRYPTO currencies Stable coins. Good ones though. I don't know my understanding. Is that the guys at any pay. Doing a gold backed able corey. I mean they I mean they have any pay gold but it's not something they're focusing on at all. It was more of like A. I don't know if they're gonNA roll. Put more focus on it into the future but as of right now is just sort of like a test thing that they did and maybe they'll do something with it. Maybe they won't but I don't know if right now is the really like good. Gold backed crypto that people can rely on and is actually useful. Well anybody can can create one. I mean in the Stellar Universe Basically all you have to do is list yourself as a As somebody who makes a market in in something and then say if you bring me a gold back I'll give you a token that represents the gold back and if you bring me back that token I'll give you your gold back back right. One of the biggest problems with these gold backed CRYPTOS. They rely on centralized authorities to do all that stuff. Let's talk to Tim. He's in Springfield by the way you can go to. Bitcoin DOT COM. That's what I meant to tell you earlier. Bitcoin DOT COM to learn the basics about bitcoin. Bitcoin cash Crypto currency now. Good time because all the prices on pretty much every crypto. It's all down dim in Springfield. You're on free talk live go ahead saying good point to make about the corona virus. I saw that Peres Hundred and eleven deaths in the United States and fifty four of those came from Washington with twenty three of those being at the nursing home. So I'm thinking maybe they can containers a lot better than they think. What is your point? Well it would not surprise me because if you look at how the Chinese reacted to their initial outbreak. They did every wrong thing that you could possibly do. They shut down. They arrested doctors telling each other about it. They were literally arresting doctors who thought they had fire found near a new form of SARS and one of the doctors is now dead. And he's becoming a big symbol of the resistance in in China because you know he and his people were arrested for telling each other the truth about About the corona virus so if China had not done everything they could to hide the fact that there was a problem maybe China would not have turned into the disastrous hellhole. That it did and I think if you look back at the two thousand nine flu pandemic US where Thirty four hundred people died It looks like people are a lot more aware of it. There's a lot more publicity There's a lot less transmission this year. So hopefully it'll be less than thirty four hundred. The died in two thousand nine from the flu. So it's similar. Yeah it's just the the reaction is going to be a lot more deadly than actual virus itself. Tim Thanks for the call and your thoughts tonight. I appreciate it our toll free number here. Eight fifty five four hundred fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. 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For example Americans accepted the near total destruction of their civil liberties in the Patriot. Act Hollow Promises of security and just as an aside. Yeah I mean he's absolutely right. People did give up their freedoms. They believed all the stories about the Osama bin Laden. You know the so-called terrorists and all that in how much of it was true we still don't really even know and then only later that they start to kind of look back and realize that maybe the government wasn't telling the truth maybe those weapons of mass destruction didn't really exist. Maybe we've been lied to the entire time factor news within the last year about some secretive video interviews of military men who were essentially admitting that the whole war Afghanistan is a complete sham. Yeah from top to bottom. And that's the thing is it's there's a thei- psychiatry called called CASSANDRA COMPLEX. And it's It's based on a on a Greek myth. About Cassandra who was to beautiful or had heuberger as sir? You know whatever those Greek. Heroin saw his did and So she was cursed by the gods to know the future but never be believed. And that's what it feels like some time as a liberty area number Terry and you know we predict these things and they happen and we predict them and they happen and run longer. Everybody's telling us we're crazy. It's ironic says Ron Paul. To see the same Democrats who tried to impeach president trump last month for abuse of power demanding that the administration grabbed more power and authority in the name of fighting a virus that thus far has killed less than one hundred Americans declaring pandemic emergency on Friday. President trump now claims the power to quarantine individuals suspected of being infected by the virus and as political rights quote. Stop and seize any plane train or automobile stymie the spread of contagious disease unquote. He can even call out the military cordon off a US city or state state and local authoritarians love panic as well. The mayor of Champaign Illinois has signed an executive order declaring the power to ban the sale of guns and alcohol and cut off gas water or electricity to any citizen completely unconstitutional in all cases. The governor of Ohio essentially closed his entire state. Well and this is a question that you asked nobody the other day and I don't know if it was on the air off but about Sununu whose governor here in New Hampshire you ask. What is the constitutional so-called authority for him to simply be able to decrease things? Yeah and I. I have not founded in my reading of the Constitution. I have not reread it. Samsa beginning of this crisis or FO- crisis but I challenge you if you think John Christner is doing the right thing. please call in and and quote to me. Chapter and verse. What gives him the authority to do any of it clear. You're talking about within their own system. Because I don't believe that even if there was constitution bill of rights one point two three whatever that says. The governor may declare an anytime anything he wants in the interests of controlling people. You know even if it was in there. That wouldn't be okay because it's a theory of authority is fake in the first place. But you're just narrow assistance. There's two levels of tyranny okay. The the tyranny writ large is when they break their own rules which they do all the time tyranny. Writ small is when they follow them. It's still tyranny but it's a smaller tyranny than the tyranny of. Were just going to do whatever we want to do. Because we've got the gun that's what this is. Yeah these are megalomaniacs and they're gonNA take as much power as people are willing to prop up with. I mean everybody that supports them Either by paying their taxes a or going out and doing some work that's Vital for the government to stay in operation providing them with services You know giving them the tools they need to step on people's necks and at the same time killing people. I mean Dunkin. Glemp the other day I'm GONNA keep coming back to Duncan lump because you know they just shot him from outside his home while he was asleep while he was asleep. No it was. That just was that warning. We can kill you in your sleep. Don't speak out. Don't say anything. It didn't work on me. If that was the intent. The chief fearmongers back to Ron Paul. Here the chief fearmongering. The trump administration is without a doubt. Anthony Fauci the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of health thou- cheese all over the media serving up outright falsehoods. Stir up even more panic. He testified to Congress that the death rate for the Corona Virus is ten times that of the seasonal flu acclaim without any scientific basis on face the nation. Kelsey did his best to further damage. Already tanking economy by stating quote right now. Personally myself I wouldn't go to a restaurant unquote. He's pushed closing the entire country down for fourteen days. Eddie certainly has the right not to go to a restaurant but forcing everyone else to not go. That's a completely different matter. This isn't the first year that we've had a particularly strong virus through the population. I'm looking at Wikipedia for the two thousand nine flu pandemic and it's not an unusual thing for a novel strain of virus to get loose in two thousand nine. What makes this one different? Is it just the reaction it is particular set? Is The new disease. It was heather to unknown. So where some of these other ones. Yeah this is work worse. I mean it's got a higher burn ratio essentially so it's killing people faster it's spreading more so it's it's not the standard five to ten percent death rate so normally think people die about five to ten percent from pneumonia and flu and things of that nature. It's lower than that in most age categories. It's only a higher death rate in the highest stage county where most of the deaths occur. Bid Still I mean as I speak feelingly as someone with ninety one or ninety year. Old parents are parents in their nineties. There must be some equivalent to octogenarian. But I don't know what it is. I think a lot of people a lot of young. I WANNA keep them sure. Yeah I think a lot of younger people are aren't even going to notice that this is anything different from a normal flu. So what they're doing is they're taking all these precautions to try and stop old people from dying faster than they normally do is what it comes down to. Yeah well that's the claim the reality of it is. We don't need any of these precautions if you're worried about your parents. Tell him to stay home if we had freedom right like if there weren't these government goons shutting everything down destroying the economy taking more power. If it were just the government was not there and we just had figure out what to do on our own that it would be like okay. Well Mom and Dad. They're saying that the older folks are more susceptible. So why don't you stay home? You get the credit card call in to wherever you WANNA get you know food from. They'll deliver it to you. You can sequester yourself and all the rest of us were going to go about keeping this economy. Let the rest of us go out and work. Somebody has to provide for these people right. Yes no so give him an MG. I I'm down with it. I never thought I would say it but I'm down with it. But they have to be able to spend somewhere. They need you to get up. We got more with Ron Paul. Your thoughts welcome as well. 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April twelfth two thousand nine to April tenth of two thousand ten there were twelve thousand four hundred sixty nine deaths that were attributed to that. Okay and where are we at now with Corona virus? I think we're about to cross a hundred twelve thousand in the United Twelve. Four hundred plus in the United States died. That was over a year. Yeah over a one year period. It looks like we're a few months into this one and love. Were about across one hundred hundred a lot more died from the previous one. But we haven't had the exposure. Sure anything could happen. And if there's been exposure of I mean the scientific consensus seems to be that this is much more infectious than the common flu. So saying but the numbers don't reflect it yet. He's gotten torn up are they? Yeah Italy is torn up and interestingly enough. That's the one country where the Chinese and the and the Cubans are lending support. And they're getting tore up bad fascinating from what I understand. Historically has had a much more open border accept immigrants policy than most other countries and and that could be attributed to I mean that could cause more people to get in there if they if they're more willing to take people in they've got extensive coastline so basically anyone could sail into Ille-. Yeah so that that could be a factor and Spain. It looks like he's got a lot of cases a lot of deaths happening so it looks like Countries that that are having a lot of immigrants come in are being affected more so it could. There could be a case for closed borders now but it could also be a sign of the coming of vermin supreme because what's really shaped. Lake Boot boot. Maybe a boot the boot is on his head. Yeah there's case for close borders just as there's no case for cracking down just as there's no case for any of this stuff. I'm sorry. Freedom is more important than safety. It's more important to be able to make decisions for yourself than it is to have this ridiculous plan of some government bureaucrats deciding for you how you're going to live. If I want to take a risk I should be free to make it. Looks at choice? It looks like lease closing in on two or three thousand deaths so they're approaching how many people died in the United States from from swine. Flu In two thousand nine in Italy right now and it looks like they have a very high exposure rate so it could top out hopefully in Italy. We'll see if if everyone gets exposed. They build sixty million people by the way in in Italy. Two thousand deaths. That's almost no one million nearly okay now. By by by means of comparison there were sixty million sixty million was. The GER was the population of Germany had to beginning of World War. Two and they killed thirteen million in the Holocaust. What you're saying is the government is way more dangerous and yet it's all by John. Yes if if a disease killed as many people as your average government they people would be having fits and streets right. I mean look. I'm looking at this Karenna virus map right now. At Arc GIS arc G. I S. DOT COM and. It shows a total confirmed thirty. Five thousand infections. Remember we're not talking about deaths here we're talking about Info that's Italy. Sorry that's just Italy so total global. I don't know what the total global news but it's not that much more than hundred and fifty thousand. Maybe or something like that infections. I mean you're talking about but there's another siding this which at least in the United States test kits very scarce because they wouldn't let the the the private sector people have been waiting for government permission to release test kits and it has not been coming so there may be a lot of people one one theory. Is that a lot of people. The thirteen thousand people that died of the flu this year. That a lot of them didn't die of the flu. But not near the corona virus existence. So they just took it as an atypical flu either way. I'm sorry I don't think look. We don't shut down society over the flu. No and it shouldn't be shut down over this either. No and the bottom line is as a darwinist and and you know one of the estimated prophets of love. My church is Charles Darwin and it's important that people do what they think is right and that if they're wrong well they have a higher chance of dying and thrives part of Nate. What's supposed to happen? How it's supposed to work so let's just take two warning levels of everything that Darwin sorted out. We'll be a stronger society if we did. Let's talk to Jordan in Austin Texas. You're on free talk. Live listening online at Lauren. Fm A god. I was just trying to figure out why everybody is afraid of virus that they're only putting people on two weeks notice to stay away from and then expect everybody go back to their normal lives like what is the a two week hiatus with the virus that no one has a an anti virus for really for the country. It's called the immune system. I mean the human immune system is is evolved around fighting these things off. I mean yeah we get sick. It and the virus will circulate in the population. Going from sick person is to create newly people. I think there's a specific answer though to what he said at least by government thinking so this is what they're saying what they're saying. Is They want to flatten the curve. Okay so what dot the actions of the infection. So they want to slow the epidemic down. Now why do they WANNA do that? They WANNA do it. They say so that the medical facilities don't get overwhelmed by the number of of patients because there's only so many doctors and no matter how much money you're willing to spend if there aren't any doctors to hire your money isn't getting the two you could can't by doctors don't exist So so that's that's what they they say they intend is to flatten the curve. And maybe more people even get it in the long run but they get it all over a long enough timeframe that the metric system is able to care for them. Go ahead Bogo. What if? What if the mets anyway? He just dropped nine. The flew back in two thousand nine. The differences is old. People are getting really wrecked by this. And who are the doctors? I I'd say half. The doctors are probably a little bit elderly. Because they they get in there there they get old. And and yeah. You've got a lot of racism that but very recently in the nineteen nineties. They all the medical school enrollments by seventeen percent. Because the AMA said there is going to be a glut of doctors on the market so as a result of that. We've got a huge shortage. So they aside centrally how many doctors there will be rather than the marketplace actually decide exactly the AMA does it through their licensing capability. And of course it's basic economics at the more people they can keep out of their profession higher. The Primorye money each of them made so they are just raping us and they're using the government as the muscle to do it. Yes so in this case It's going to be really tough to to have people that are willing to go into your hospitals In a socialist systems. People AREN'T GONNA want to go into work on a stay home. The doctor is GonNa WanNa stay with you. Go to work You know although a lot of doctors quit after obamacare. Yeah a lot of that happened this. This is going to be a catastrophe for the socialized healthcare system. Coming up here. A fifty five four fifty free more from Ron Paul. 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Oh Hey stone you WANNA bring us in red hip That's pretty much it already in or we outside. We're inside okay good. I didn't think I was at high. Yes it is our number three here on free. Talk Live and as always. You're invited to join us. We got Ron Paul. Not on the lines. He's he's hard to get as a guest but he has written articles just playing hardly get. Maybe he's good at. Ron has written articles posted over. On the Ron Paul Institute website his opinions about the corona virus situation which is mostly the government's doing the The people calling themselves the states. They are cracking down on freedom. And they're using this this virus which you know doesn't seem to be that much more dangerous than many other viruses we've dealt with over the last few decades in fact there's an interesting chart posted a stone. You're sharing some numbers from the two thousand nine. Yeah H One n One. And then there's some other ones had within our lifetime but There was actually an interesting chart. Somebody posted in the on air chat on the discord for the discord Server E tors posts. This and I saw this the other night history of pandemics looking at you know it was nineteen. Eighteen was pretty much the worst one ever. If I recall correctly that was that I think killed about that report. Ramp-up okay And a lot of that was because there were all kinds of men in the In camps going through boot camp and so that read perfect environment for disease to just rip through you and then they'd go home on leave before they deployed and give it to everybody at home. Yeah so when compared to HIV AIDS. Twenty five to thirty five million. The third plague twelve million back in eighteen fifty-five the antonine plague five million a year one sixty five to one eighty notice the to get to really big play exempt to go pretty far back in time through. Our medicine is so much better now. Hiv AIDS was number one by the way with twenty five to thirty five million. And that's not going back in time. That's one thousand nine hundred one to present that's true. I didn't know that many a diet of a Diet Asian flu and we didn't shut down society over AIDS Asian flu one point of seventy you. You're arguing get aids from somebody coughing on. You have to play the devil's advocate either. Way Because I'm the pope of an agnostic church ended. We're not done yet. With an with the corona virus. There's no doubt it's just getting started But you know when compared to these other ones. It's literally at the bottom of the pack. Yeah it's not at the total bottom. Stars had seven hundred. Seventy deaths in two thousand two to two thousand three mirrors had twenty twelve to the present eight hundred fifty deaths. Corona virus. Looks like there's an asterisk next to this. I don't know what the asterisk means this. Well the big asterisk next to any corona virus number. She should be were comparing numbers at the beginning of a global pandemic two numbers at the end of a global pandemic so there was a time when When all of those diseases you listed had only killed one hundred people in the United States and they all manage to grow from there. So I'm I'm not convinced one way or one way or the other I want to do. You Know I. I want to look at things from both sides and let people draw their own conclusions. Yeah and I'm not even sure this grip presenting this must be deaths right history pandemics. I'm presuming this or showing me. Death numbers not choice on that sources. Cdc WHO BBC Wikipedia Historical Records Encyclopedia Britannica put together by visual capitalist DOT COM. It's really exciting. Seven point nine thousand seventy nine hundred for Corona virus citing two hundred thousand for swine flu two thousand nine to two thousand ten to two hundred thousand people perished from Swipe worldwide or to two hundred thousand. I don't know you could cross referencing with wikipedia. Which probably has the death rate not? I'll give you. Yeah if it's approximately that sounds like I guess I would I would I would cross. Check it with if it's in in the. It's probably in the ballpark of deaths are in the Ballpark of Of Infections so now this is deaths. I think this is a desk because it says here. The history here are some of the history's most deadly pandemics so anyway. Yeah that that should be deaths. They're talking. Let me go back to Ron Paul. Here Because you know he's an actual doctor and has an opinion like doctors tend to do so he's talking about this government goon at named. Anthony Fao Chee. He's the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of health. He has been all over the media stirring up falsehoods saying he would. He wouldn't go to a restaurant and Ron Paul says over what a virus that has thus far killed just over five thousand people worldwide and less than one hundred in the United States by contrast to Burke Yellow and old disease not much discussed these days killed nearly one point six million people in twenty seventeen whereas the panic over tuberculosis. Seriously that's what he said us. I don't know wow I'm sure you can look it up. If anything what people like found she and the other fearmongers are demanding will likely make the disease. Worse THE MARTIAL LAW. They dream about will leave. People hunkered down inside their homes instead of going outdoors to the beach were sunshine and Fresh Air. Could help boost immunity? The panic produced by these fearmongers is likely helping. Spread the disease as massive crowds rush into Walmart and Costco for that last roll of toilet paper? The madness over the corona virus is not limited to politicians in the medical community the head of the neoconservative Atlantic Council wrote an editorial this week urging NATO to pass an article five declaration of war against the covert nineteen virus ridiculous. Are they going to send in tanks and Droz God to wipe out these microscopic enemies? People should ask themselves whether this corona virus pandemic and he puts pandemic in quotes could be a big hoax with the actual danger of the disease massively exaggerated by those who seek to profit financially or politically from the ensuing panic. That is not to say. The disease is hard harmless. Without question. People will die from Corona virus. Those invulnerable categories should take precautions to limit their risk of exposure. But we've seen this movie before. Government overhypes a threat as an excuse to grab more of our freedoms when the threat which he puts in quotes is over however they never give us our freedoms back. Abs- absolutely true same old story. Different Year yeah now with more fear and I think the social media is a major factor in that fear factor where people are more frightened than they've been of these other previous. You know instances while they think that up until now governments haven't had the tools to control social media but as soon as social media takes took eight editorial control of itself. Okay which is what I call. When facebook starts making content based deletion. We talked about in the beginning of the show. Yeah and also you know things that they acknowledged doing things viewpoints that they won't let get out so it was a matter of time before the controls of that fell into the hands of the government. And there's some guesses. The reason that these algorithms are were. Malfunctioning is because people were hacking on those algorithms. Why were they hacking on those algorithms? Probably because there were certain things. The government want suppressed. 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They only scheduled it three days before they actually held it which is violation of their own open meetings law. That's on the books. And they're getting sued for it by the way and then the and the next thing they did is they They only gave the bills that they were that. The city councillors were to vote on to the city councillors to read on the same day as they were supposed to vote on. And and yeah and then with the same short notice that's like that's like DC level Tactics washing exactly like we gotta pass it. So did she can re you see it says in there. They don't care about their own rules when their own rules are are are inconvenient. That's what the all the magic word defenses people. Oh Yeah if you go and go and talk about the fringe on the way. They all assume that the government's GONNA play by selling rule. I never ever does so no matter how good it is on. Paper is not going to work and on short notice the same short notice. They locked public out of the meeting so that nobody could comment to the city. Councillors that we're going to vote on this stuff and did pass it. Nobody they didn't have to face their constituents at all the only way that constituents could comment on it was to send something by email or whatever they had set up and then you you don't know whether the city councillor is I mean they don't they don't care you can speak to them to their face and they'll vote against you but at least you know they heard you whereas if you send him an email comment they don't even read that stuff and so you know they. They got out of that and they should be sitting in chambers and reading all those emails allowed on down record but right so they they pass this emergency power or expansion of emergency power to to the mayor and What one another notable point is that one or two of the city councillors and this thing passed three or six to three on party lines and Two of City Council has tried to amend what What were the language that they were using one? One amendment was successful and it's notable because the language prior to the amendment said that the gave the power to the mayor to regulate the kind of products sold in stores and the quantity of products sold in stores. Which like I said on the other. Call that a gun is a kind of product and then and then you know also you can limit a gun. Purchase to one a day or one a month or whatever and that was that was amended out of there and it was narrowed to health related products and not just any kind of product And and that's important because this Emergency powers Was at it wasn't created new. It was added onto the original emergency powers to the mayor was enacted fifty years ago during Vietnam riots in Albuquerque and they passed it back then fifty years ago so that the mayor had the power to stop gun sales and ammunition sales and stop liquor sales and stop gasoline sales and shut down roads in the city of Albuquerque and other examining that they're expanding the thing that they did fifty years ago right. They're they're they're leaving intact the unconstitutional previous ordinance and the at and they added to it so that they can do it. Not only under natural disaster or riots but now they can do it under health emergency and that just goes to show what Ron Paul was saying. Here thank you David for the call. 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Serie Awesome: Italy's end product; Zlatan to Milan?

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Serie Awesome: Italy's end product; Zlatan to Milan?

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Alternately deep down in Italy. We are ultimately results driven. This is what drives us in his listener string for for a long long time. So the fact that you know, going into this game they create a ton of chances. They don't score and it becomes. Yeah. They play really well really great young players tons of chances. But they don't score. We need a centre forward hookah. Tony's the last grade at times of four and all this nonsense. You know, what it depends how you see football. I don't see it that way. I see it as queuing puts the chance away after three minutes then Portugal have to come out. And there's more opportunities, and I see football as a low scoring sport. Where you score early. You score late things change you come close. Whatever else it's difficult to score. But even more difficult to go and create chances. I don't I still feel bullish about it. I know my genie's Italy scored more than a goal in a game except for one match and that was against Saudi which really shouldn't count just because it was a warm friendly for Saudi storms team, of course. That's what it was. Yeah. But no, I do why do we need? Why do we need a centre forward? Why do we think that you know? Ford necessarily that sets me it's just that. There is an it just seems to be right now. A lot of, you know, beautiful playmate Kane and no in products, and it kinda looks like sometimes it's what frustrates me when I used to want Juventus because we have this issue for while. It just seems was parallel dimension in which played beautiful people, but couldn't finish didn't get results. 'cause I remember you winning seven straight title. You going back. No. Sometimes you. It reminded me. Right. When their amendments where you're like, okay. This is coming together. You know, you're on top. Now come on get us going and there isn't a goal. And this is my point is is that this been many many games. Now. There's no goal. It's not like one or two. You know, the thing that I just God on it's just that you said before the main street that's meteorites thought most of the major meteorite I've seen been pretty positive about cheating. He was the one saying the goals. No coming as a problem. We need to talk about it. Like, I think he's been quite owning that as a manager. I think the shame that. Yes. Mrs Johnson Judy mobile has missed a ton of fifty now. And I'm kind of done with. It's a shame didn't have the option of having putting in the middle and doing the same thing that he'd done in the previous game works best for this team right now. We'll worry about finding whoever else down the line. I think you can work team without I agree with in the broader sense completely that the team is playing good football. And I think the goals the way that playing right now. We'll come. I think there is a degree of manure hipster station. Then to say that we don't even need a center for. I agree. Have like a rotating cast a false nines little movie. Counterattacking plan to be honest. I think he point. Like, he's he's made flats he's made for the kind of. Yeah. Exactly. He made a team player, and he was like, well, I can make something out of this. Let him be this frustrating. You know, not scoring centre forward who he's been. The team paying this kind of controlling devil's advocate for a second. I'm way out of my comfort zone here. I don't follow piss got into my good friend and your audience. Former ESPN host Dave is big Scott agai. But wasn't there a team onto Zemun which which featured immobilizing ending senior as part of the front three visibility midfield. And then they score a million and dominate everybody. No. But see there be. But that shows you can what some point could have been that guy. And maybe that's but he hasn't always been a purely counterattacking player. I guess he's. The highest level playing. I do. But I mean, even then like even cut shorter or God, whatever difference within with Scott as well is that the defense he came up against don't close up the the way that Portugal, can that's another good point. You're paying Portugal for under to made his Mark on football and winning euros before that doing so well with Greece with a lot of very accurate, very tight, tough DASS defending and it's Joseph font, and it's back pain is buono Alba's and its muscles and William Vaio's. Advise. Yeah. I know that's very old school talion. That's what strength is. And like I said against an opponent like that you either score early. And then you open up more room. Or you know, you get what we get lucky. Yeah. And that was that basis unit hundred great defense, and they're how you know, these wonderful plays like hops for an Alder who can do something. And you know, like. Talk of Italy's only defeats mentioned you've come to the. Well, yeah, we didn't have the the Portugal with Renaldo in it. It's a different team within that. I do think it's it's still despite that I think that we can talk about it's like it takes to real shame and Mancini said it and purely from his team's standpoint football morosely but from his team standpoint. And now he's gonna full month breaking together again when he actually has the keep building on this. But you know, at least the wood on on the fact that that Joe, Gino. And but I let together is like the most exciting field three that I've watched playing for Italy in ages. It's great. This is what it is. I never imagined veracity saying this is the best football. He's having such a good time plane that I didn't think that it would be so seemless like I'm quite impressed with how quickly that's developed and the understanding in midfield and against USA when he introduced sense instead, I just as well that wasn't. It's just it's interesting how he can rotate the personnel, but the chemistry's still van, and I think that's making a huge. Difference. I remember sitting down for for an interview with before the the twenty sixteen euros the law before before news gonna like it Refaeli that was the moment when he was supposed to make this team. And now, I don't know if it'll be his team in the same way because genius there anyway, like there's going to be a a geology both together. Which is great. It's amazing. If you can make it work, but I do think that this is the first time really that we've seen the place that Kate below for the national team exciting just in of itself is that bit feel better more exciting guys than go back to the sort of that that will see a little more. He's it's the best since then. And I think is too lightweight. I'm worrying to gains teams that can dominate and either physically or with better technique. Lightweight but the the concert would be a bit psychopathic with his five about genius master Tokyo. And but I know there's a bad ass. You know, I think we're all pretty hard. But what's interesting actually because like I was about the USA one. For example. I I'm not I'm little bit uncertain about all this like praise for the likes of grief oil, and and everyone's like. To grief was you know, he's not even have is interesting. They call them and give them a go. Wow. Look at him like since pausing. And and I'm just like wait hold on. A we actually we have to also understand that the opponents that we're facing from Portugal to Poland to USA these on really this. This wasn't the real USA team. It was kind of a very young experimental. For a good time. But it just looks. Throughout some guys too much too much too much woman compliments bullet try to be positive. Give us a couple of guys who you think maybe played in that game or whatever that we should be getting excited about and that people might not like reform like moisture can like saying, see. Here where you're like. Wow. I could see this guy since he's having inching season. I, you know. Again, we talked you talked about it on this before this idea in Italy for a long time that oh you got to stick a guy in city and be all set. Until he's twenty eight before she gets a good. He's playing football. He's playing. Well, I I'm encouraged by sense. The I'm interested to see an even to an extent play. He's going to become by the way. He's twenty three years actually, somebody who spent a number of years in the lower divisions with genealogy. We said this. I definitely said this spot cost. I'll keep saying he's looking at them know that sense. He's going to be cracking midfield three. I just mentioned really good midfield three that could be around for walk because none of Georgina vaccine, but other old by the way. But I think I see MO mice can is is I don't know what's making this situation. Obviously he got a year of playing a bit of football osteo Verona. He's now going by events in what he's playing. He's just sitting there on the bench again. Good for gene. These getting having a look at him. But. I suppose he's not being sent to city. I beat to do nothing. But he's going to do something somewhere. It's it's no good for developments be not playing football. So you're right sitting in training every day with Kasana Renaldo and. It's a classic argument, isn't it. Right. We we have the the two sides to it is better to go and play with a bunch of stiffs at owner, or is it better to for your development team play a little bit but train every day alongside through Ciano. And those guys to get you the perfect balance is and I'm not saying you can offer it to you vendors puffy equivalency without Phil what Chesney got lost year events. She hasn't eagle to start a bunch of games. He played in competitive games. He also got to learn something you want better quivalent for canton. You want him me? Thirty years old at that state. So it's not like. Like he'd been he'd been the arsenal. Goalkeeper's developmental. Do you think the can is too young and he shouldn't be playing playing game? Because you know, what why don't we have to one person here who nerds out washing stream you. Oh, like, you've is under twelve. What's the deal with listen? I do think that it'd be important. I do agree to a central player. I I don't I don't know. Because when I was little guy who runs on runs around a lot. And he's quake and whatever that's what I saw last season. I see him play for three minutes for you here. And there we don't know him that. Well, so I can't tell you what he's like in high pressure situation. This is my center forward. Yes. No. He's a forward. I went describe him as centerfold. I think he's very good at creating space for his teammates. I think he's quite intelligent vinyl sides. I think that his movement is really good. But here's a little bit overwhelmed by how excited he can't be to this worries me, sometimes when we see a pay that's very excited to make them on because sometimes they get they this strips of they composure to really before when it matters. But there's a lot about him. That's exceptional because he is composed. He will school the goals like he did against. No, he didn't actually sorry. I was gonna say USA, but it was he will perform in the big stage. But my worry with him is true that he does need to play, but Kobe tally games have been strong it, and I do think that that's when he'll probably get a running. And I do think it's important for him to train them a high level and not be somewhere like from you know, any because I don't necessarily think that that's exactly the kind of experience. I'd like him to have. Ideally like to be with us. What deal would be assessable or not? So. Onto someone like that who you know. Can compete for European places can be a little bit more emissions. But also. Lanta is is a specific case because they played pretty good football. We don't need Gasperini. Again. We've already done. Else week of club would be great support for something. There isn't in between. There's something between on the bench. That's way too many options. Fair liberal rely on going forward and he's never going to quote on him unless it's a copy tiny game. Three other Italian centre forwards. I can think of one sort of a virtual guy beleaguered in the sense that we have no idea. He's the guy. Right. He's supposed to be the everyone keeps to its I. I wanna ago when they absolutely raved about him. Because he's he's he's a beast any has mentality of obese like he's just so hungry. We often see a lot of young players often somewhat insecure coming out and stuff, and he's not, you know, he was told like when the first week in training at Monaco. He goes flying camel Glick, you know, they got no compunction about them. I don't think you know, technically, he's not necessarily top-drawer betting end. Maybe you don't need to be at the services. Good enough in those positions. So putting the one side of his he's injured and who knows where we'll see him. But okay, leeann Belotti. Italy careers. Don, are you writing them off? It's a shame to write them off. But. Neither of them having a season west, we're noting. And I do think they needs to be element of meritocracy we're conscious. Stop you. Call up Kevin lasagna. This is my point. This is why I'm telling you. I don't I don't know whether grief should be called up. I don't know whether lasagna should be the audio ballot. I think they should be sensitive this humor getting gametime than why am I bring you to the national team? This is a source of pride for many Italians who've like their life to get that. And if you'll just calling up guy who features substitute for half. I'm regardless of how entity may be an he's terrific seasons, albeit not Moenchengladbach, but I'm not sure that this is a case of let's just see everyone. But rather slowly introduced great Tonneins. Yeah. I think when like fundamental level I disagree with you on this. Because I think that you look at Jack Eddie like he was playing club football. But if you're an international team manager when you go to guy works team great. And I think what I appreciate about genie's going. Oh, what a lot of not saying. Don, you never coming back. But. John. You haven't come here. And like an an no one's giving. You look so gave us on your. I'm not saying he's gonna be the doubt for all. He said to loss to right. I think a lot of this is. Genuinely doesn't know who the health because he's in Germany doesn't have people clubby knows that he can rely on says let me call them in see how he is in the group we work with him. And then I'll make up my mind all have some basis to work on. I'm gonna mention something. But I feel like you'll probably tack me. Any weight like I love that you get chances. And I do understand beauty of Mancini coining up all these players and just wanting to see what that like. But let's just imagine that Italy does I'm worried about this is one thing going for that they do England dogs, you know, just perform so well in qualify as or or just play good football. And then reaches like competitive tournament. I'm talking about the owning like under captain kind of thing. Okay. Linda's different I'm to the old school, you know, inland when they headlamp in Girardin cappella, and then it reaches the competitive environment. And you see him sort of capitulate, and I'm Maury now with all these players doing really, well, they'll do well perhaps in games don't really high risk. Let's be onus at tournament. Strange in state stage in your engine you seeing someone like Kevin lasagna Nygard phone like, whoever it is are these guys going to cut it at the very high level when they're facing. This is mine Chiavari Shaw or my argument. You don't need to have eleven superstars to go and win an international tournament. Right. You you just need somebody who can do a very specific job for you and using good for form and doesn't get injured during that tournament. I mean, Italy won a World Cup with a love them forever. But with also and she wanted to bet it all, and you know. And you know. Yeah. That's fine. What you'll need that guy? Who's? His name is Roman. Y'all isn't even starting yet? Give it time. There's one thing. I'm not concerned about is. We need are you going to bet your life room union getting a red card either. At me, your God Marino came out and said that she was like a Harvard professor, blah, blah, blah and defending right Bodo. Choose a guy who a lot of people until he was twenty five twenty six thought was entirely unreliable because he brings the ball of because things. Yeah. In Killeen is the guy who get stupid cards, and it's injured and has the big nose and people fun of convenient till Collini reach. We have this. We have this problem with defenders Italian ones. Right. Where we generally think every single defender has a major flaw. We look at them differently until they reach a certain level twenty six twenty seven twenty eight and then all of a sudden they become gods. And they remain that way. Even after they shot. Conversation with somebody who kept telling me out GIO, gene. Is surely one of the top defenders. He's not. And he hasn't been he's not been good for for twelve months. Exactly. And that's that's the situation we Baluchi right now based on his reputation Mnuchin defenders new world, right? But you're you see him every week because he huge so him better. So Romagnoli chance to play with Collini. I feel pretty good about this. I don't think you know, what you said about I like an experienced veteran. That's all that's fine. But you get a mix players. And then you go to the tournament young squad. Who was do you? Remember guy with the mustache in nineteen eighty-two playing defense for Italy. I wasn't born in remember via stretch. Italy won the World Cup all Suber conservative Italy with eighteen year old pepper Baddiel mean, right. Starting a final right because he was really good Dini. Maybe more your time period. Right by the end cheese seventeen. Right. Hey. Hey, you you need you just need to mix. The right peop-. I agree with you having six or seven established global superstars were mentally strong. Wait leaders great. Great balance is I'm Maury who says right and Benjamin provide they were Francis. Fullbacks at the World Cup on a very defensive team defend a lot. They did. Okay. Because they played with other guys. We really can we also just like. Able to judge that for the because I just feel like this is the World Cup dominated by big giant who would just terrible in this ornament from Germany into competition somewhat different for me also just like going to with without wanting to bring us back to misery. Just remember the fact that these isn't like Italy trying to pick up from reaching Italy starting from scratch nor qualifying for awhile Cup. So like, I'm I'm going to be okay with the post of direction reject travel rather than is this team. Positive positively going time to transition to our next topic. Which is. All right. I know that. Leaving eventers and moving to Inter Milan is really big news. If you out on Italian football like we all do we understand this? We can talk about it. I'm not sure how many people actually who are maybe more casual fans know, who he is why it matters on what the impacts going to be on on Ventas. And and Anita. And I genuinely don't imagine. I generally don't know. So giving you think this now? Poesy? What does he do? And what's he going to do? This is an interesting thing about what he's going to do. He obviously liked him. Can Josh conjunction with Fabio Panaji. A lot of the times. He was seen as the man who dealt with the economic aspect of buying and selling players practice. She would scout them talk to him then him if you know he'd have the final say if it's very big player than it would be envy. Anion have the final say, so Chelsea fans. But I cheat is Michael was was Michael Manalo and author was marina Greenwich sky. Right. The way it works in Chelsea they worked. But. My I'm very disappointed that he's fu- vent is. I do think that he would wise old head there. -mongst very. Very excitable characters. He's somebody who's a little bit more cautious. But at the same time he knows when to take risk like saying. Okay. So we know Antonio Conte on a good job. And I'm not sure that was too much. But basically saying, yeah, I really put my behind him being coach if you've unto that see what he can do we introduce you vent his back to that winning mentality. Just arrived from the happen to. Yeah. Well, he who did who just arrived at twenty seven. I just. I just. He was somebody who really like the idea of being the manager. What I think is also important him how he's good at creating relationships with other teams with all the president's with others voting diabetes to create synergy to be sure to get the great Italian youngsters in to help with that one of those great relationship with oversee spoil, you know, had he been around like if he continues to be around perhaps was key king have somewhere to go. You know? But now there's gonna be a case of competitor hand that same relationship photo or will that directly into engine damaged. I little bit. Sue. I think they are a little bit damaged do that into gain a lot from it. Saying he's not the grew scouts and identifies people. But he's the guy who can get deals done. Yeah. So there's a thing which is sort of hard to quantify in football. But I think he can be really important which is to. Which almost your reputation. What you've earned from being in football long time as volleyball royalty will get phone calls. Marlton will get phone calls about players being available. We'll get phone calls about all sorts of different situations. They don't transmit and noble people who still don't by the way. But I think it's something that he brings twin is context book of people who call him. I think that's one of these sort of little things that people don't always see transfers me. Right grand. Narratives VO this team went out and go about players. Well, maybe because this agent called that guy like it's not always like as as of and mapped out as as people imagine it to be sometimes it starts with that person relationship. And I think he brings it ton of personal relationships with an Italian football. But actually now all across the European football from his time event to benefit from what I. Mike counter thoughts on on this. Which was guys came in. Here is. I think there has been a problem with into dating back to win which I don't think has changed of of too many cooks, Tori level, and he comes in. And he has this job title. I mean that I got which doesn't translate into English like we often event is referred to as the CEO, but you've already have a CEO. So he's the CEO on the sporting side. It's it's it's his job title is is poorly defined for me sitting here on the outside. I'm sure they've had conversations internally. And and have some structure what I worry is you now have. Erector you have author who's the sporting director above the director. I know gob is provide the sort of equivalent in the Chelsea model. But I'm not sure Pirro GIO is above them or think he's more off those right, dotted lines. Basically I worked for a large soldier story. I think that's classic inside problem. Sundermann saul. Maybe I know I I'm just wondering what to expect and. Maybe as a dealmaker. Maybe like he's the guy that went like he shows up got be goal and says, no, look, he's really good. He's forty million or whatever. And maybe he's a guy. Who's like? He's weird gamble. He might stay. But I was really likes them. But. Care. We're not paying more than twenty. And then you don't look like an absolute fool when you go. And you know, you spend a ton of money in somebody's out to be very poor or y'all Mario same thing. Right. Maybe that is is his role. I think I think this matters to enter more. If I was asked you who is the last guy. I hesitate to say this is not what I believe. But I think a lot of people do believe in it become so fulfilling prophecy who's the last winner to join inter as a manager or as an executive or even as a player. Yeah. I mean, every manager came after marine they've been some good ones. And it's been a lot of bad ones. But nobody who seen is like Mr. Witter, Mr. guaranteed success marine not seeing that way anymore. But he was that at the time right now Mata has that war. He has rightly or wrongly. I mean, there are some people. I know who who believe that. You know, you could get like he's the guy who will knew about Zanny, you know, like the way that he did. So you've meant is like a little the bog in that you can bring into an and balance, you know, how I moved to you about my help. You noticed? Actually was really into that deal. But what I think is interesting is, you know, we talked about balance of youth in wise, Heddon veterans and experience what you've meant to have lost in him is that balance because now you just have a bunch of youngsters you get really excited about big deals about the names about this and cheese wise, I've not me trying to say that, you know, he's going to go for the big names nowadays. But what I thought was interesting by having somebody like metal thing that in that boardroom with Sarah, let's turn it down. Let are we having an offer towns, you know, let's look at youth as well how it was more of that cautious wise approach as well than into going to gain. You know that he's going to be able to enforce an in and have the authority to speak and decide important things that they don't do into. That is really important point. I do think that it's thing that gets missed that you've been successful. She is is a good job. They've done of of balanced people. Get lost in the superstars another now. Those and and. The reason the only reason, but reason that you've been to been able to to build successful squad also the patchy servers and the and the the guy even plays the tweedy who we've talked about how good he is a bunch of. I don't know if you sort of said anytime looking at at inventors lead sites, definitely go to vibe of some people being very hostile. And who is this guy? He's not important. It's just and he's he's one of the most important team this season. I could see the argument we shouldn't get blazed maturity because he's older, and blah, blah, blah. And he's not a good fair or whatever. But to say, he's not important. I mean, I'm not I'm not saying that kind of just say why you the fans for you. But I mean, you could find every time I signed a bunch of you've. There's only one. And they all they all decide what they want these between either. I had a few doubts myself if I'm very own as I I've always counted on him as a player, he's been fantastic. And anyone that until often of for me is always like a guy that I'm happy to have on my team. Yeah. But they'll think that Montijo at least what I thought about one times. I'm not sure about this is his type of game is really based around his energy levels. So I'm just thinking all that he gets that. This is one thing nothing with anything. But then he's proved to throwing these been fantastic to between the ultimate examples. I I was very down on because you had injuries because he was older was Qadeer fought. All right. We're just coming because you gave them a big fat contract. And and instead I thought Qadeer especially in pug last season was obsolete. Phenomenal. It wouldn't be where they are. There is one point that. The doom and gloom merchants. At you say that now they're painted into a corner where? Simply because they've tied themselves up into so many big long term contracts. Not just Jarno we've touched upon the nightmare scenario when comes back, and they gotta go figure out what to do with them that actually now you play trading. We'll become absolutely crucial to vent is to be able to maintain that level. And obviously that something author was very good at not just you know, like you told us like a town of whatever but being able to buy low and sell high that was one of the skills is. So that's a concern. Janek summer when? Because he won't leave. By, you know, by whatever price in and manage the many many lows that events running any given time loans and rights to buy and all of that Scott has been sort of notionally quite huge in terms of the play owned elsewhere. I mean, just imagine you are the president of a European football team, and you tend to be a little bit older age, you know, and that you'll sitting around the table, and you've got passage choose young and his forties. Andrey anion if he's young it's a little bit different. When you have somebody like metal to who is older that you can have vers. Despite the wearing to pick some of these people we're not talking about somebody who seventy like. Like from a mistake in his mid fifties. Isn't he he's mid sixties? I have to check that. But I'm fairly certain is not in the mid fifties. And but he just comes across as a heavy presence. I don't know how you say that any like somebody who just has a presence about him. And it's not just like, no, I don't want this deal. I want to get the young. His very respectful, and I think that helps in including those deals and like that's what they've lost. And that's why into gained. But you know, I don't know. I mean, obviously, I do think event to continue winning. But that's based on the model that he helped create. Yeah. I think it's a good a good deal for into like. Yeah. I think we ought to see the full. Outlive of a while. I guess Interros quotes more media concerns coming out with next week in the champions. They they put a big big news coming up now by national break. Now. We can we need to how good they all. Yeah. I was on FC today. And I was getting office again, our NTN through the group. I said on the loss podcast. You know that team. I'm most worried for it doesn't mean to get through. I do but this game Whitehall lane is. Yeah. It's a it's it's a pretty big Pook. You hate more national or Spurs. God cab like don't you saw like, you know, very nothing gets in. That was the question for Mr. d Thomas in west, Hartford, Connecticut. Okay. I was gonna ask you guys about about me on and move on from boring conversation talk about me because this is exciting. The battle for fourth. Okay. It's exciting. Because team it's it's team of twelve injuries than one of intruders. Now, our our. Minorities. Who does this guy have all them moves to the? That's why they're buying. They need metal sons point. Let's talk slots on first because he is Slava. We brought this up last night. We giggle about it. About being broke. Some light on how the media works because massive front page sports on Tuesday about. Yeah. It was almost like slot. Come and get me plea available. You play for six months, blah, blah, blah today. They're going on with the story. There's sort of pushing it pushing it pushing it. Obviously, David just wonderful anytime papers all the time. Like, you know, they wrote a whole article about like. Mr. MRs Ebrahim, which is favorite places in Malang favorite shops too. They decided to be in central Milan. Go mike. Mike. It's kind of silly. But here's a situation. Do you pull the trigger on this six months the season? Can he make the difference? Do you everything would change slots on their right pros and cons? Let's get through them. All right prose. It's not pros. It's lots on. It's surely club profile goes up. Instantly your track more attention, which can be good or bad. It can be good. If you use it wisely and figure out how to monetize it impact on the dressing room. He might help the sizzle might derail them. We don't know. Kicking people? Well, I think it's derailed. Steph. Sure. He's got up the title, and he literally kicked him in the back of the head during the celebrations, and he's that Hutt. Anyway, it's a by the by. But this is a very demanding player. He wants everything to be about. You know, you let's go win. If somebody doesn't deliver the perfect accurate balls. Is he going to debate them going forward is him being there mean that it's going to be Dwayne and there's no pace with Roni? We need a number nine national someone explain to me how a space for him alongside because I don't really see that as a as a particularly hash. She can win. Okay. I weighed enough. I think that can if I think they're both good and helping out this ranker's, and I think Wayne is would be all right with being more of a provider facility to then all the way around. But I do think that both will will all very intelligent move is in the final fed in helping each other out. I think they could both watch together in an occupied different spaces and. I don't know. I don't think that they'll be ego issue. The other issue though, is assuming we can pull off this. Ebrahim vich partnership you into another problem, which is than than that means you other play four four or five three two or whatever. If you play four two two four four three go. What do you do with west shoes fit? Yeah. Where did show an all new fit? The I think they've given up on bin somewhere in the you know, if you go to maybe. Dead. At an American audience here as well. Looking for. Yeah. Maybe locks out. It's collaborator. Cohen to you can with. Those guys. But then if you if you play three at the back, you don't have three hundred defenders certainly don't have who central midfielders, right? When you clone Frank Kathy. I mean, he back a Yoko midfield. I don't wanna see that again. Fees. Let's here with you. Don. Yoka my end of it centreback, I genuinely Donahue there. Yeah. Maybe just a malady will be back at some point. Right. Chris. What did you think about all these injuries? Do you think it's just it's a case about log? Or do you think that'd be trained pointy on? There's no enough for this is this is one of those things. It's interesting. That's all you can do is note the facts, this is arsenal. If you years ago and stuff and me, and when they weirdo MIR semaine and his leg, and you know, the muscular injure. We don't know we really don't know. We're not doctors if we weren't even if we were doctors, we wouldn't have gone and examined. Conjectural in this point, we can analyze them. We haven't actually gone, and we haven't done any of the players themselves on the type of injury and whether their bodies predisposition to whether it was an impact injury. Whether could have been changed. We don't know how the players train all we know is that a bunch of people get injured we don't even have accurate data from other teams to compare. If it is something, that's you know, x number standard deviations beyond the the norm. Because it could just be coincidence. We just don't know. But we all know people in football who no friend of a guy friend or whatever Wang's around the team and says, oh, yeah, they're getting injured because of the way through the trains who knows? No, I thought it was just that. No rotated. Why? What am I knew how you gonna them? Just like. Yeah. The thing is under these two's whole, obviously because it's not his fault that that wasn't available from the beginning. You know, like as in their Sutton midfield is your midfield available to him thorny was injured. So it's like could take. What we would just talk someone's flipping. If we get through January, and they've spent the budget. They don't have by the way back in in conversations with you wait for this week about what eventual punishment are gonna get financial play given tossed out a Europe. And then I'll the way like invite a punishment for breaking rules. Yeah. Like, you wanna spend more money on way. While y'all defense richer teams situation, it it may happen. But it's not a good decision. My team. And you don't think it's a good decision. Girl depends. I mean, it depends on the terms where we don't know. Is there is there a secret way to anyway back to you, maybe consider it is their town would that count? If he goes back in China is you'll signing striker in January steak bet is that what you're looking for. Go back with NAM's. I mean, there are ways you can do it. Maybe maybe you should say slot. You've got more money than God back here. We'll get you an apartment you can play for room and board. And if we call the five for the Champions League, we'll give you a big fat bonus because you're slot. You know, what do you say no to that? I mean at this point for slice. And you know, you may think of yourself what two million what is his month? But we. Sorry virtual salary what he was getting LA and everything's on the table, right? I know slot them things of himself as Norse God. And he may well be but the reality is, you know, when when sore dropped his hammer, even he got hurt. Right. So he knows the clock is ticking. If he wants to play some euro belief footfall and live in the city he likes and go back. There's fans and. The other big game. I guess coming up which is one that I'm dying to see just because you know, it is generous audio that's more of a cultural impact he had because we what cab you can tell us about the cultural impacts. And so obviously these teams from from Genoa, and this is a city that's had some really really rotten luck of late. There was tragic bridge collapse over the summer, I think forty three people lost their lives. They've they always have problems with with the weather in bad weather, because there's sort of on the coast with flooding, and whatever, but they were very very hard recently in some ways, even though the rivalry between general dollars, really really strong. It's been great to see the two clubs kind of come together and raise money, I try to do things in the community together by I think all of this will come to. And kickoff approaches because these are two teams that you know, in desperate in desperate need of needed points and each storylines. 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I don't know if people are coming to Europe, they the longstanding Sarah views, if you get a chance this weekend, the watch this because it's going to be it's fun. One of those times football on television stadium. Looking you some Paulo can look kind of weird. You don't have that problem at Manasseh because the fans are right on top of the page. You're gonna have tremendous atmosphere and have a special choreography from the two sets of fans beyond the game. So definitely worth tuning in for. Let's say probably unless you're flea Roma fan. Probably more exciting near games as we jinxing them. No actually would definitely agreement that. Yeah. I definitely agree with that. So they have it. You've got to watch this match. But that's all we have time for on Kenny. Join us next week what will happen in the Tempi. The tempe.

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EITHNE BROWNES HAUNTED HOPE STREET APARTMENT!!!

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

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EITHNE BROWNES HAUNTED HOPE STREET APARTMENT!!!

"Law from liver girl. Talk about goals with Kevin used does yes it's Sunday is indeed time to talk about ghost with me. Kevin used just like the intro says every single week anyway a very special episode this week because we actually have a guest on the show. Yes, we do record this mid week now. Special Very special guest is Liverpool native and Western Star? Ethno. Brown now Aetna is a liberal native as a say. She had a very successful run in the west end play one of the lead roles in blood brothers which Willy Russell plant. And she went on onto soak stardom. She was in Brookside and Asham Brookside Emmerdale, and she's about to go into coronation street should have benefits soap legend don't know about eastenders but I'm sure it'll come anyway. How we met ethnic was you know where mean Becker were delivering those food parcels awhile back the guy who runs a charity he Helga. Thank you meal for everyone who done it. And Ethanol is there we started talking about ghosts and she then let slip well to that the flat I lived in in Liverpool city centre on an old street named Hope Street was very haunted poltergeist the lot will like no but do tell us more and she started to tell us we we were like hold on stop telling us can you come flat and tell us for an episode and she was like Yeah I can do that. So that's what we don't. So this episode and Wednesday's episode will be US me and becker add ethnic Brown talking about her haunted flat now, this episode will be focused mainly on flat and We don't need to talk about ghosts. Still be rather spooky, but it's a competition with admirable and both episodes were brilliant. Really WanNA. Thank you for taking the time out of her very, very busy schedule to belong to our little flat. Is haunted by the way how dash? And that tell us all about her coasties. Wonderful Beautiful Lady inside out. Very nice to meet up Also, a will say that out for a look look patrons ethnic being ellipoid celebrity she has actually got to meet sit down and have readings with two of Liverpool's famous psychics slash mediums one none other than the infamous data Akoda Derek now deceased of course, he was big on most haunted. If You've ever watched most haunted. He was the psychic medium from the first few months, the ten series or seasons. AM. Ethnic tells us all about the reading that she had of. Derek core, and also the reading she had of Billy Roberts, another very famous Liverpool medium who's been on a few American shows to believe it makes you tells us all about that in the Patriots. If you're a Patriot subscriber, you will be loving listening to that. It's quite interesting. We do get into chats about him. In. The meantime if you're not, but you would like to be the new need to go along to www dot patriots, dot com votes slash we need to talk about ghosts or click the link in the description of the podcast and you can go sign up and join and all the Parque for data anyway without further Edouard I give you the inimitable MS ethnic. Route. So, I thought that weeks start officially. Hello everyone. Welcome again to we need to talk about ghosts. As, mentioned, will not speak show we have a very, very special guest. we have the wonderful Edna Brown with us and didn't reveal her name US time because I wanted to surprise bought. She's tone I. Mean we'll speak Tabatha now I'm we'll go over after she's actually accomplish which is loads and she's tried factor. Now, of British soap seventy two don't brookside coronation street's Emmerdale I think it's only eastenders they need to get your cell phone and. I always wanted to understand brookside obviously wanted like Sheila Grant Chrissy, Rogers, played them brookside. And say another character to just be in the back of shot in police eastenders. London rate as we used to have those away days than you. And I just think wouldn't it be great if the three of us we just in the back of The Queen Vic. Shopping bags so you going on. On. This. The first. This is the first time of being on. No No, no this is the first the first time I've been on it. On it's funny that we had to talk about ghosts because I did go for an audition to for coronation street and it's to be less dentist is wife. But I knew before I got there. Even that was a good audition not I wasn't going to get it. Just a sign or knowing because I bumped into Derek Cora. Jerry. On, on the. Before just before ears filming that. All right. Now, what are you doing all? I'm going for gun for addition and Coronation Street. And he just looked at me is when the having promote game. Right Okay All Amok at nothing. No No, no, no no. No, it was just. It was like one of those where he just had to listen to voices. Sounds like that. Now she's not all that was. But I'm just going into it it's one episode fingers crossed. For more because I had to really lovely time when it was there. And? I'm the mother of the prostitute. Things are looking up things are looking up who is it gorge? I never actually had to seeing the third but paths crossed obviously even in she was. And she was so lovely our help you back in. She was and she texted me she texted me that night. It was 'cause I. I've lost track of it now. But like we never I used to all the time because we. Addict. Since, we have stop watching. Vicki. down. Right down is Mister Barlow's Song I think and his his wife died to with a young baby and he paid play. He pays sorry my daughter to dress up and his wife's clothes. Come. Yeah. Sanderson. Initially Louise could be mad at. Interested of some backstory the we used to do me, but me in Becker worked. But we volunteered for kind to delivering food parcels and stuff. The guys know about that could reach sometimes recode episodes of the car normally a fast food delivered. At, balls the guy who runs a Steve Ivana Charity Time doesn't exhaust prevents an ethnic even gave. A few performances from the. Show von Yeah does that. was imposed while now it's like saying tobacco when you got. I know if. I should do token towards. Yeah. Because Stephen both load copies of the because well, jazz assignments. Del Could. So but anyway, but that'd be talking to the Athlon said she's got. Some history with the supernatural. Before we go into that you obviously, we found some not nice that you vote she. You've also got a lot of you found you'll you'll? Only found you foot in the door with. Broadway sorts of the. The process very first. Time this sort of hit a major stage at being done. you know you to play your first and then so this was the very first time it was up and running from the playhouse Barbara. Dickson was the lead. UNDERSCO field who lots of people know from the other one for field what was load since? Thank goodness. Another really good friend of mine also, not Davey edge a wonderful musician and also paid with him on. A few times times. So so lots of people are not unthanked was the very first time actually be onstage. Professionally anywhere. Five. Hours in the chorus on then One night when Barbara wasn't going stage only had to go on in place but then she wasn't at all and so I did over fifty shows in the western in the West and the rest then as that that was the first job that was the first job. So buffer I own that role. She was Mrs Johnston I she was the mother of the twins the defendant. Lead. Yeah. That's got. It is it is. Academic interest. I've I've seen blueprint this kind of piecemeal. I went along. Showing A in the empire. and. Dean Sullivan Jimmy Coco is a team so. A. Ginny Coal Clean. He was the narrator one of the empire. and. I I just couldn't get around around it because it let. Yeah. I mean, I'm forty one. Now I was about maybe child nineteen, twenty five. At the. Twenty plus years ago I remember couldn't get drama. It was Jimmy who they're in the pleats. So because he walked, he was walking around the sets in Lake. AND LOOKING DOWN STATEMENT POLL To Bruce. Couldn't stop laughing accounting. Also to go on the do so we left off we to go in the past. And and that. I caught the second half. Yeah. 'cause I arrived late for the show I mean sad to drink prior and didn't realize we missed half of. Bonds. Have seen it bought to castle who was the Mrs Johnson's can you remember? No of course? No no no. No. What's to with anything. New. Well another strange again. Look for this connection because once it was played by Kiki Dee. Don't go breaking. My hockey are breaking my heart cake date. Now I was a hostage by. Liverpool medium that a lot of people might follow, of course, Robin Roberts. Billy Roberts asked me to speak. At his wedding and then I was invited to the do afterwards they think the Hell Barco Tail Terry Portion Gorgeous and stuff very nice happy for any day and Kiki and hege terrorist with the after show entertainment as it were. So, we will then just getting everybody to sing anyway how sweet it is to be loved by you. So it's like I remember the song. And she just walked towards me and I wasn't bellow are doing listen to me or anything like that. Just walked towards me. Pointed at me picked my hand. Come Up. Consuming. And she said Billy told me the another. Another Mrs Johnson whispers, one of the guests. In reading the wedding I just heard your voice. It was clean clear. I just heard Mrs Johnson and so ended up getting. Seeing the kids. Can do harmonies and stuff like that with. Searches Sang with Kiki Dee. But that was that was another Mrs Johnson Twist. Chase together. As. But it's not run to your. Iran deal. Let's be honest if you ought to say. More, with even be the odds of two people being in the city who played Mrs Johnson Yeah. ONSTAGE in Bloomberg is. Miniscule. Lonely. The same way. Yeah. Yeah and now we've got a bracket because A half. And we'll be person you talk to her friends. So gets to the crux of things. When we did start chatting June charity nights you informed us with this very meeting that you had an apartment on hope street. Older streets and you experienced some spooky shenanigans. Oh, God tamp truly. God. No I was living. Over sort of lived around seven o'clock nervous since. My son and I. Moved away from the family. And when on yours going to have to leave the flat I lived in been there for about thirteen hundred years really really well settled lifted hated happened to leave, but I had to leave. That was on sefton drive. Awful at road. Really happy again. I'm like you. I like space in front of me I like Air and light and well have you. So this avoided from top floor flats. Thought safe up there. Unhappy seeing chimneys, tiles, and blue skies. So this is the first time since. I live in Bedford Street the I'd lived on the ground floor. When talk of the flat and to be honest I thought Oh this is it flattened hope street I was fifties thought this will to me. I can walk to work the royal court in the time I can walk to work. I can just walk onto the quarter and sit outside. This is where I belong I felt really yes at. Bad. I'm used to live better street. Renault's first away from home and I you know I did love the area the Georgian quarter felt like home to me. So this I've been doing quite a bit of work at the Royal Court of the few pennies in the bank and I thought right and I went into the flatten hiding all painted have a of few jobs. Can you do this? Can you do that? Let shelves? No, I won't say fitted wardrobe that sounds posh but you know it was a walk in. Kobe. But I made it feel like. Home. To me. and. It was quite all deep boost The front room was a bedroom, the backroom, the big grew. With the living room big old fireplace in there, and then you walk through and there was like an outrigger on the ground floor clear bathroom. Long little little water kitchen just to give you an idea, the shape of the place. and. I. Not Been A. Long all of moving, and also I was working during the day and on stage of the night in you. So. It's like doing shift work and is hardly the to begin with. On spent more time there. And I began to notice various things I began to feel very uncomfortable. The. Things that I could put my happened that weren't usual. Things. Fell off the wall on one big mirror. Split my head open data. Don't yet just hit just came off the wall and hit me there. I wasn't moving it. I wasn't. Wasn't shelvin anything banking environment figure out. Other things that would happen I opened a door bowl favorite bill shot out and smashes on the floor. He was confined to one area, which was the back room the back of the flat front room. Peaceful Blue Gorgeous looked out onto the cathedral. and. I ended up without realizing IT spending most of my time in. In the bedroom in yet metrics yeah. Okay. Sort the front the front of it yet. So the back room, it was very dark. It was quite though it was a gorgeous little garden had steps onto the yard and. It had everything going for it. and. More and more and more I began to feel I'm not wanted to what would you say that was the Source of time anything that you recall is being the best. Moments I wish more like an overarching sorts of. It was more of an overarching coming in and going into the. Back of the flag, all seem to be space in the back of the flat. I had a friend who can to rehearse with me one day youngish man and he walked in through the door to the back living room dark and you. Didn't like that. And he just said I just it was like walking is on the with an area where you that's what happened it was you sorta felt it's there comes from there. If I had to stay in that. Room the living room when I had a friend staying in my bedroom. Bright. If I stayed there stepped on the couch. and. I'd have terrible nightmares about dropping babies about things dying about really. Quite specific. Specific nightmare those nasal ferry I remember it from the was from a school roof and me his baby and herbal. The feeling. Eventually got to feel with this. Feeling around me female right. It was spiteful. I. Would have swear words in my head and other made you angry made you know. But who? Yeah he was like some sort of your thoughts would be. Yeah. That's not that's not me once I came in at had a lovely walk on the pier head at what backup Sunday evening. Really Cool. Lovely walked in and something pushed me. Physically Bush basically pushed me. Other things Bockel back in about. Some walking in I got pushed through my front. Do I got pushed. Just wants. Your push me I know it to push me the in and outs thing. When it became Our had to move out twice because of the dump problem that they keep coming back in sorting out. And the was once I moved into a flocked. Backer began in the Central Park I still tough to move out for a month. From Hope Street I would have to move up from St. so I, moved into the flat. I was there for a month. It's on the top floor. It was white clean calm quiet a second by to my dad while I was living die I'm really glad no no, it was a peaceful. Happy. Service. Nice. And I could walk around the park and saint volume stuff. then. I had to move back to hope street. On about four days after I remember feet. And it just came back down again like a really lowering feeling and there was nothing I mean without trying to be overly pastoral. There was not been that would dot says I like? This is quite fast. Food example that what you just described that. We say there was this than feeling if. I thought sometimes with, for example, financial worries. Documents dealing with the WHO awards adopt water and Electricity Company now. And I thought all too bad and then the unfulfilled relatively can offer situation the near the day we realize that it's not on was still needs to shows are and I felt up to the blankets of misery. Komo comic was nothing like the financial situation relationships the not could've. Trump turning basically say I or is it just the bill basically? It was the building because I would say to people are so upset you have you to my friends and I'll be talking about it. Have you ever heard me talk like this before about anywhere about anything you. Know. Why would I suddenly start making a don't I need I I'm reckon attention seeking I get votes I walk out onto stage and he's like, yeah look at me that fantastic and new pay to look at me. So I'm not somebody who goes about going. Oh, well, I, heard the hunter. At all in fact, the opposite I really play things down. One of the worst. Things that happened. was. I had a neighbor living upstairs and who could be quite problematic. Tried to keep a good relationship and he's had somebody come and stay an there's lots of. And shouting from them upstairs and I opened the whole bags down the stirs obviously a dispute going. On I. Said of this person could you just please keep it down interest like the clock in the morning and it's like I was lifted up hold of me and threw me down the stairs regarded know the woman the. Absolutely true and the woman did and I'm thinking. I know, but the thing was. I'm on stage I'd been on stage that night and was on stage the next night telling ghost stories in. The beautiful constant room in Saint George. Charles Dickinson reasons. So. North. Think of bouncing down the steps all who will get replacement. Thought. She sort of calm don't you? Crossing who will they? They importune? Who Go to get to replace me. And it was a very good friend of mine pointed out because another time it all seemed to start getting worse worse worse. I went to go in one afternoon. Earlier. On the I couldn't get in. The key just wouldn't work. On those no reason could. From Georgia's would not work in the building. on then somebody had to come out and you know give them check. China. The key giving the caves I got no idea why suddenly going like this. The be a problem with the lock when the hasn't been before unafraid pointed out it doesn't want you in the building. It's now thrown you out when we view. So you know we talked about Billy Roberts. He can visit. visit. As our friend just to just to interject today those who don't know because. Lawlessness in the states. Billy. Roberts is very, very well, no Liverpool medium. Loss clients he's he's an exceptionally. And he's not very rational tasked with stupid Showbiz, but he's not like you know. You Zach Bagan sorts of people even is less fumbling Dan Derek. Larry's very much. So he's not really like shows himself. So he just. Well. Come back because I viewed him as his friends. So. So they came to visit me. And he saw a woman. And he went to me it's not the woman you're thinking about. And I haven't said anything because I always thought this president who said she? She's inherent time. She's very happy to be there. He could just feel like the with different veils. Feel like he could see expose yeah, right? Yes. Yes. You know very very well dressed and she's she's in her own time, which is very happy to be there, and then also another friend who come male friend very worked for the Council when we're not talking anything. show-bizzy Atoll. And it's just more just thought. I saw something in the kitchen and. I said well, attend something on the floor behind me. A dog and they're gonNA turn back bracketed gone. We still think small and spiteful smallest. Allard exactly how eight felt something small and spiteful the most pathetic nasty little things used to happen to. You know really things would get. Ripped thing. Solis that this, this is an interesting. By I the those restored once I mean free tied in with Like the theaters and things like that. The I was very, very brief synopsis because I think there's no this new story, but I once was going read for part in a of some sort of play somewhere and it was part of An army major. was like seventeen or sixteen, but at sixteen bled John, Lennon, glasses and. A deep fully at the time. So what attend for the sergeant major role in the cafe? On Deck. Copy back. Your Bow Street. Ago in I'm you sit down and it was like a different sorts of copy it Bohemian now in quite trendy was. The get frequent tales of the homes. And stuff like that, and we all sat around in this group at long story short the guy who's wrote the play mark he's introducing everyone around the circle says. And Steve Does the music and gestures to the left of me, and there's a fellow left not we kinda on dead because I'm awfully interested when we've done the place of stuff icing anyone believe in ghosts we talked about ghost get no spooky, and then we leave medal from Cavs Dale go one way towards central and our from heightened. So ice inaugural streets. On this Steve only to keep. You from heightened Saddam from Lubavitch one electron Yuck on. US Call. And he says, should you believe in ghosts likes giant? And he says right He's GonNa known whether we should tell me this thing. And he says rebel says. I went to gladly with the kids said, the numbers of the kids on camera of the kids noticed those people move in rob the toll the could see like a hill and Gloucester. And could see like these little white he said starts phone film now and then and then just went back to the kids to the manipulate the tape. Bach. Go said, the moment ties remain. The tape on the screen flips upside down is black and white, and it's a video of holding the camera. He said that I was like duck sommes says, yeah. So they said since that said, all these things are stop. They said, we added an envelope through from Georgia to fingernails in it. We said we've got a message saying yet without a message saying, you don't know you've seen you've interrupted something you shouldn't. Be Seventy dollars seen by figuring room about a bolt of lightning complete, wind all this stuff, and he's getting more overseas tolkien to storms counts. And he's then start. To this point Tom like this little punk homeless steadily. But then he starts saying things like under supposed to the story you start saying things like and you know then you'd be driving along on the registration fruits he will be the initials of your and Nemesis. Be doing it just to mind your own and I'm starting to think that's not normal McDonald's parliament and they started to go down the pub until the point when I said on height lane before we actually got to my outside. And he pulled over the cost of the engine. Couldn't tell anyone because I wouldn't like to pass on. Today. And I was like, no no. alleged. So I think the call on I run home. I. Had Find US trash. Pointed at being the points of the whole story won't. Off The special investigator yet unrealized. I like this. When you just want to say, then the most petty things would start to happen. Ripped jeans or Do you think that was down to this all ended up being one of those situations where anything went you tag on the snow because I? Always in a place where I was happy. Financially, FM's okay. So marvelous you know he'd come and stay at the flat and. Enjoy the ambiance they're able to make to live in the area. So it was it. Wa- wasn't looking for anything and I was working really hard as well. I was tired. You know can sometimes be tied it'd be like. No. I used to have. I stepped in a singles. and. Tibetan singer. So you still like to big missing. Jimbo. Living on my own Bingo bill before move there and just like goes through. A lot and think about just wishing world and nice peaceful thing at the end of the night and then. It just that little thing I'm not religious. All Obviously, I was brought up Catholic. One of seven children. and. I wasn't I didn't I didn't follow a religion. I like places I'm drawn to places not a hospitals. Yes. Spiritual output. So our time of this that. Whole thing disappeared in Hope Street. I just felt like if I pick the bones might put me down. I don't want this. Theater when he said what you? Always spy he and spiteful it's interesting to. To to look at something and say dot spiteful that must be feeling 'cause you call. It the visual notorious for. Giving US exactly what you? CONGRATS. You should we that that's how it felt. I've never lived in a place before was only there for eighteen months had to leave and I put a fair amount of money into doing all. We walk in Colbert. Affairs Day I missed it. And so it was never I have not seen a casual. flirty person wherever I've lived lived for like thirteen years or second years. Put Down Roots. That's yeah and it was like when the way I left a left because after the thrown down the stairs business. And and then has began to get more and more uncomfortable live in the flowers was like the people like to stay with when. All the dump workers being I move to I sustained the Adelphia for another. Yet steinle Delfi. Siblings who else is found looks in their bathroom and it was when I found a worm a just. No this is just and he was freezing. It was one of the places I've ever lived. You be like got to go through 'cause you'd have to work from the bedroom front right the way to the bathroom in the back of this. And also that I would have to pass through that room. Yeah. Stink you. It was a beautiful room. You know beautiful painter sailing all the lovely features were still a massive big fireplace. It was plants and store for knit risk candles and. It was. I did I've always been happier of never of never lived anywhere modern. So it's not even as there was no building I felt a bit of always loved the ancient under. It, it would be I. As I came into the flat if I had to go through into that room. That term ahead to win switch the light on I know could child. On. Fifties what's You've never had anything like that previous like Indian places you've lived. Non Places of listener. No no hadn't at all interesting unexplored. Key thing that really jumps out is it's two things one you say it's a woman. A. Those dreams to make quite specific things are not like I do not saying I had nightmares. You said I had specific nightmares about dropping the child Oh. Yeah. Roof shape makes you think. You know also just to ask because you still on Rodney Street in. Yeah. Well, until streets. On your. Immune. Yeah. So you should the engine to being on Pilgrim street style building something there. So the entry yet to go through the buck through the foster mount insurance. Yeah. But your pilgrim street flat was we'd be acquainted a to it would would have been the saddens call too. Yeah. Because a high to just. was that similar. Saban's place it regionally all downstairs downstairs that was that's where the kitchen was, and that was still up the basement that's real dump came from. where she s Gazza, wish things store down there you know. Going on you could. You could also get getting into the garden from the basement as well in the people who lived on the top floor on people the the guy who lived on the floor above me, they would go down to the basement if they wanted to get into the garden area, the best stuff you know and things restored the you know. So it's. On Hoop streets it, you don't have to give us the number may ask for that offer more. 'cause we know that area just. Listen to you don't know hope she is this really Nice Street in Georgia bookended bibles, the cathedrals in Liverpool's. Let you walk down hope. Street knows and you hit the Catholic. Yes, if you have pound street behind you and the Anglican, Cathedral. As you walk upstream the beginning of hope. Street. In that first block. Before you here ski on the rights opposites the yes or it's no, no, no no on on the right opposite the. Opposite the graveyard and. Gardens. Mike flatwoods of Saint James. Console. Parlay down that way talkie library there. See little catches could walk over to toxic library jam box. I, the people in the shops will make a hadn't for the first time in ages because when you have in big old houses and you don't often see neighbors, you don't see people in a because everybody's moving at different times. Once and drive the doorbell went. There's a guy and you standing in front of the postle. Mike. What are you doing? I live next door. would. How long have you lived there? Two years. So. So this wars before it even going into the flat was a lovely woman live two doors along she saw me looking over the ravens while you. Couldn't cup of Coffee Love. The next door to her next door to me there was no chuck Bryant used to give me his parking permits. You know. On the other side. Wonderful. Wonderful people, lovely ladies and come commit for. A. Hat neighbors I wanted to be. I really wanted to be. Moving in news already positive in A. Lofty decorate new places about every. Facet of location. Fan, when you spoke about moving away for a month while the the movie looks at dump, he said Hat's move back and it surely adopt with you know all of. You so positive about into the. About was to go back to go back with that was the second time I'm D- The thing being run I. Knew I sort of had to leave after being thrown out down the front steps of bounce down the steps of Oak Street so the. That's what I thought. No this house, the chaos and everything. Now it's not worth anymore I'm never at rest I'm never. And I felt like I was carrying something with. The left, that's not nice. Feeling is I'm amazed by I will be on someone. Because it makes. I was carrying something Nice with me. It's like sometimes I've got the feeling about minimum around me or something like that. I'm very open to thinking. Oh. Lovely. I was having to cross separation. was in the women's and just before I turned over the night before the operation I just felt my mom or an agenda with the people. Believe me or not doesn't matter to me. That's how I felt. So he's just like I know the feeling of warmth and all of that. Good for you. Yesterday, you compare it to your this. Also you know I'm just thinking as well may not be upon pretty sure I don't whether it's just. The, Singers Gone Smith instead listens. That's why we've done a hollow. Your special prom yet recalls in respectful on the record but anyway the. Some of those apartments, how tunnels underneath that go to the graveyard because there was sold on the premise. That was policy. Can Balkan the needs to your family creek. Yeah. I'm just wondering if thoughts. Could be one of that. The black magic societies that around the time. You. Look into that. Think about well, no. What do you think about the Victorians they had to real interest domain the supernatural number that you know that's when you you tables with your lovely. tablecloths until you start to move. And seances and stuff like that. 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The Joy of Fashion, an Interview with Pat Cleveland

Dressed: The History of Fashion

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The Joy of Fashion, an Interview with Pat Cleveland

"I'm Samantha Bari the Editor in Chief of Glamour in our new podcast she makes money moves. Yulia women from across the country sharing their personal stories about their salaries financial struggles successes and the lessons. They've learned along the way I made about thirty thousand dollars for not going to be able to afford to keep the house. Eventually my credit cards just got DOC maxed out. She makes money moves production of glamour an iheartradio listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts just the history of fashion as a production iheartradio with over seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to address the History Korea fashion podcast that explores who what when why we wear we are fashion historians and your host April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary well today dress listeners. We bring you a very special interview with one very special woman. The GROUNDBREAKING FASHION ICON MODEL PAT CLEVELAND JOINS US today today to talk about her fifty plus year career as a model I notice Oh exciting and actually we have the universe and thanks for making this happen April. You and I have had on our list since day. One of this podcast yes literally you and I were talking about her memoir. Walking with amuses earlier this year and I'm not kidding the very next day we got an email from the publicist and dress listener. Mark Rose proposing that pat it come on the podcast so it was fate. It was Qismat. Thank you so much mark for making this happen. Yes thank you universe and mark for answering in all of our fashion history prayers. I'm glad you mentioned pats memoir April because you and I have both read it and it is wonderful. Keep recommending it people people yes. It's so we highly recommend it to you. Our listeners because pat really provides us behind the scenes insider access into a world. Many of us can only dream of it is really this beautiful testament her life and career but also those many many left ones that helped her make it all possible so go out and get yourself a copy S. and M. available on kindle so I read mine on the train which was kind of cool but we spent a lot of time talking about fashion history on the show. Obviously that's what the show is entirely about but very rarely do we get to meet and talk to one of fashion histories creators so pat. Thank you so much for being here. Pat Welcome to address. It is such a pleasure to have you with us here today. I'm here and have with you too and our listeners are not already aware of your legacy. They are certainly now because April and I have talked about you on multiple occasions throughout the last two seasons of our show and and you've been on our wish list since day one so I just want to give a special thank you to our mutual friend Mark Rhodes who made this all possible yeah very special for me to talk to you so thank you for being here today and I I really just want to start at the beginning and kind of hear about a very young Patricia Cleveland. I'm curious if you have avenue first memory of being inspired by clothing and if you can tell us about how you were first inspired to your early fashion I think it all comes the world world of art you know I'd in music and movies and impressions of people who had like kind of bright spirit with dress up up in my mom who trust up in her own clothes she made in they were pretty spectacular shoes. Leo So really good show and as she would go to parties dressed up and win costume Balsam make clothes at home and you know the dancers would wear them in the singers who came to visit you know like Earth a kid and she may dress for Marion Anderson my godmother and she makes some close your friends I thought you know having those fabrics in the house and boa feathers since sequence think his sparkled my mind ringed and having those dancers in the living room you know from all these wonderful places my aunt was a dancer mother painter so so I was kind of grown up in between disturbed watercolor and fabric and dancing music the and I read your memoir. I'm were actually a couple of times now and I just loved reading about these these early years growing up with your mom and your aunt. I think you said something like these early years. In New York with your mom was was a time time of enchantment so magical experience of your childhood very much so because you know when somebody has a certain spirit of liveliness no matter what you to get infected by. That's what you got and I think it was your mom right. He decided cited. You should try your hand at modelling. I'm hoping he can tell us a little bit about your modeling career your early modelling career start to it and you know your first experiences with the Ebony Fashion Fair well. I never thought I model or anything. It wasn't something that people did really. I mean you sort of face in magazine covering you thought Oh it's not real or you know you just look in the magazines but we always had vogue and Ebony seen glamour and all the things that were there in fifty s in the sixties and we looked in remade the close to look kind of like the ones they had or we'd make up something and so you you know modeling was not like I didn't think ever. I just thought I'd like maybe be an artist paint which do now but I i. I never saw myself like that. My Mom said well. You know you could do it. You can do this look at them. You look good but nobody looked like me. I was like a baby giraffe. I didn't know maybe animals have some kind of glamour. I don't know maybe it was dior's but other than that she she's so something in May and she sent some pictures out to Ebony in Vogue and Glamour and do a lot of rejections and the pictures were taken it data Carnegie Hall by famous photographer that my mom knew because when she was always hanging out in the jazz places places you know she met this wonderful carve in Beckton people like that who would photograph all the Duke Ellington's people in the Harlem Renaissance Insensitive when it was time to be photographed so we have to have pictures taken in them while they made the pictures and they made the context sheets which is is really old fashioned and she cut them up like little squares put them in envelopes and send them off to the magazines and that's what she did find the again again an answer it was not that I was waiting for it. I had no idea but it came some months later that Mrs Johnson from Ebony had sin into request to see me and my mother and I was like fifteen years old. I had no idea went to the world of his story and I was dressed like the virgin virgin sacrifice. My Mom Kris me that day I had white tights white dresses white Straw hat white gloves white pat lead. I just didn't know what to think. I was like a nun walking in Waldorf going up to the presidential suite. Like what are we doing here. I had no idea dear and we get in. We see Mrs Johnson Standing Behind this regal desk in asking to walk. Now is so terrified because I I was just like a sprout in every other girl looked like fully blossomed and I thought wouldn't make doing but she liked me and I and she liked your lawn and you she asked if I could be in her fashion show which traveled around America and was a benefit to raise money for colleges. It was the Ebony Fashion Fair Miss Johnson Woodcutter Europe and by all the clothes I think she was the only editor for her who would buy Mike Elections because after she would sell them to raise money for the black society so that young people could go to college so it was all very worthwhile because besides the fact that I got to travel with all of these beautiful clothes for three months ahead to leave my school whoa and my mother came along as a chaperone in town we went around America and did his show every night. Wow I just remembered. I was doing my homework in the bus my American history homework looking out the window seeking America. They always say no your own backyard before you travel and nuts. I got to do Natalie did that. I got to wear the clothes that I loved. It was von. Sheen she and her own to you madam put to Navan in Qadam and baby clothes from is salon not like babies they would choose not even known Halston hats and things that people didn't even these designers not even they Miss Shannon. Mrs Johnson was buying their clothes and I I know that were one point house was in Chicago and saw me in the Ebony Fashion Fair. It just never know who's sitting audience but he was kind of unknown at the time too so it's kind of like everybody was starting. Cardi near careers nineteen sixties. You know the early sixty three sixty four sixty five his actually I had started thirteen thirteen really being in pictures but just being photographed. Hey it's cassidy and April all and we're excited to tell you that we have partnered with fabrics. 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You'll get up to fifty percent off regular pricing an instant instant access to their latest collections plus. The best part is that there's no commitment to order on a regular basis. You can skip any month so head on over to FAB LENNOX DOT com slash. I stressed now to get to leggings twenty four dollars. I loved reading that. Even though you're modeling career had started at this point you actually still had your dream set on being a fashion designer so your mom had really instilled this love of design and you and she taught you how to so and you want her made all of these wonderful clothes clothes that you wore and I loved reading that. It was actually your own designs that got you. I discovered by vogue. You were chased down basically but down on the subway by Vogue Editor Fashion Vogue Editor Carrie Donovan asking you just having to know who designed your clothes and this was of course you. Can you tell us about love. Your early designs your first vote experiences after the fashion fair. I went back to school. I went to art and design for fashion design illustration. I did really well right away. I I had modeled for that year but I was applying applying myself to my art and somehow I was walking to school. One day and there was a bus strike in I had been discovered by Carrie sorry Donovan and she wow she was like such an important editor. She was like Mrs Rylands favourite. Mrs Freely was the head editor and she was like amazing. Goddess a Japan empress style red cheeks Zidan Zidan vary from the nineteen twenties. Actually she knew my godmother metcalf in the nineteen twenties. My godmother was a editor should vote in France and she translated a lot of works but anyway that fact came out much later that I didn't realize when I was there. You're in that time but I had gone up to vogue. Finally they had caught me. I was in school and designing and they saw my clothes rose and they wanted me to do pictures in my outfits is a new designer so I double page spread invoke doc as a new designer and I get an opportunity to design for Henry Been Dell's collection which did and I enjoyed it and then I went back back to the after a year and they wanted to photograph made for an article about springtime in I remember there was Berry Berenson Joel Schumacher. WHO's now of film director and she took my picture in there? It was listen vogue again as designer so it was kind of I was on that path and I went back to vogue again. They caught me again this time. I'm something else happened stubbornly. It was like they wanted me to poke for them and I thought that was very strange because that was not my intention so by this time I had already started modeling a little bit besides doing fashion fair was the super big thing because a star studded in you know got a lot of publicity but I was going around being photographed in studios trying to put a portfolio together are get an agent and I was also dancing and making being in small films traveling to Mexico and different different places but other than that I came back to New York can I had the opportunity to work with Ole Cassini me and shut up T- photo and I became their fitting models and they suggested I get an agent which was Ford and I I went there ear and they were reluctant but then they took me because of elite Cassini shot to full so then I I stood modeling in I I started just fell in with designers because that's what my interest was really with making clothes and it wasn't so much about me putting a makeup and things but my mother always said if you don't wear makeup you're going to be an old mates I put on the make and he was different to be a model back right like you did all your own makeup for photo shoots and fashion shows. You had to be your own own person like a person that you have to be a fashion person like at well. How would I say Ladies Society always look to certain way or dressed a certain way you know so you had to push to make your own face your own hairstyles and inventive antef. You had to be inventive so I was pretty easy for me because to me it was like acting or pretending or basically copping my mom mom do what she did. I would put my makeup on the way she put it on or I observed her dress the way she she dressed her but more my own style you know I would make many dresses and dress up in that and make the hair long ponytails very sixteenths sixteenths with Seventies. Well still the sixties before I got any recognitions in society because I still had to meet these is wonderful designers today that were brand new and coming up and I remember I went to vogue and they said Oh what is due up to meet this new designer. at Henry Been Dell's by this time I had stopped designing so I didn't have a collection near but I went up to Henry been tells soon I met Stephen Girls who suddenly I discovered with making everything the way that I had hoped to make it so I just gave up designing and he said to me you just are the perfect girl for me and I stayed there and became his fitting model and I became became his friend and he became my friend so we would go out to parties dress up with his whole entourage. Stephen Burrows world was magnificent isn't at been Dell's it was like a black patent leather room with colorful clothes and had beautiful friends who very talented creative and they made music and crew plants and making to redecorating so we had a little tribe of France F Stevens we went out with in one night but to this party and it was like an Georgios San Angelo he introduced me to him. I started working with him and then he introduce hosting came in sat down next to me and said I know you. I've seen you before so he invited me to also so his atelier I started to be his model there and then everything started happening vocation to me and as yes. I was going around trying to be photographed. Suddenly I felt myself and pages of vogue for Irving Pin wow and I had a big spread and I was like nineteen and that kind of set me on my way besides Charles tracing a whole bunch of other Avidan irving pin every many photographers came over from London Paris and photographed me for for nineteen and it was just started photographing me for foreign magazines mostly and then I got an agent which was kinder to me other than being with Ford who were sure if I should be with him or not because if you know racial things I guess you know they didn't think I was fair enough or whatever but I went off with will Amina who is wonderful Dutch model who had so many covers vogue and she believed in and after I got with her things started happening for me because she was very good age and she said you know I think you could have a better the opportunity in Europe then sat Bam in before I knew it I was on a first class ticket which I saved up my money for I I was on my way to Italy to my ancient there which I only stayed for a day because too many playboys and so I went off and actually I had mentioned that while I was up at Vogue in sixty nine and seventeen nineteen hundred seventeen I met him illustrated coat mending ober gun who was a diner freelance right hand illustrated because at the time when people went to the Paris collections sixties early Seventies. There were no photographers that were like today. No film made it was just a private event for the illustrated. Go make the drawing the close so this manning over gun in that when I was up at vogue he wanted to illustrate in the clothes that would go into the magazine so he was my first real job. EPA Vogue posing like for months what's at stake in the green room posing all the clothes that would be going into the magazines and that's where I had to connection Mrs Freeland because I would being her office every day stripped down like chicken with no feathers in my robe and listening to her and being with her and having her ripped clothes off and put the clothes on and it was quite an experience and then after Mrs Real and Manning went to Europe the collections so there was no illustrator and as I was there up in vogue waiting to be illustrated this beautiful young man walked in and his name is Antonio Lopez. NOPE has the illustrator and he was the person who invited me to come to Europe to work with him and because of him him I was able to go to Paris and I went to Paris to stay with Antonio Lopez to be his sketch model and we lived in this very tiny apartment that was given to us by Karl Lagerfeld and it was me and Donna Jordan and Juan and a male model and Corey Tippin and we all lived in this tiny apartment with no kitchen so we were blige to dress up and go out until Eilly Carl started inviting riding on Karl Lagerfeld but we'd work all day and these illustrations pose and get hungry and go out and so we became sort of like the talk talk of the town. We were sort of like Donna. was you know one of. Andy were host stars and Andy had photographed me and they were just crazy for for Andy Warhol and they knew we were part of his entourage and Antonio Lopez was so extraordinarily beautiful and cruise automatic and magnetic in every everybody wanted to be with US Paloma Picasso and all those young royal kids and it was just like Our tribe was like attracting so much attention because we were pop art Americans with good music and we could dance we go go to the club said at night in dance with new music and new dance isn't people just could not believe our energy we trust open. Karl lack of Felton and then finally I just remember that somehow we got it with eight and eight was very young and just starting out very well with his Satyanarayan so between eighth and Carlin Kuensel and it was Terry McLaughlin all these wonderful creative people in just traveling around Europe being photographed in the south of France getting on boats and going to Africa. I'm doing the things that I had seen people do invoke posing at the Acropolis and I was doing those things I was going on locations nations around the world and that's what we used to do editorial shootings in London I would pose in London with Parkinson who would photo craft the queen the same date photograph me and it was just marvelous. I mean what an education fashion and Sandra Roads Kings Roden all the music you know and hanging out with the Beatles in you know being friends up at apple records being in the movies there and I had such a wonderful time being in Italy as well will. They suit fantastic designers and quality of their close. Oh my gosh you know so much to fashion. They call it fashion but it's more like living in certain style. You know it's they call it fashion to make it fast. It is fast businesses fast but it's not like people don't have a life. They're the designers the artists they have real lives and they're all friends really outside of business. You know and that's what you start making your friendships in. You realize lucky you are you come back to American you. You Find Young Designing Patrick Kelly who wants to go off and be a designer and so bottom Emma ticket and he went to Paris and he had the integrity he became someone that everyone wanted to be around because this was such a wonderful cruise attic young man Patrick was really an incredibly gifted designer and actually dressed listeners our next episode coming up actually on Patrick Kelly in commemoration Martian of what would have been his sixty fifth birthday so be sure and tune in for that. We're going to hear more from you pat after a brief sponsor break. My Name is Danny Shapiro. I'm the host of family secrets a podcast about the secrets kept from US secrets. We keep from others and the secrets we keep from ourselves. Family secrets is more than just a podcast audio experience. It's also a community a place for people to share powerful powerful stories of heartbreak healing and hope in season two we hear from a woman whose father's descent into dementia revealed his deepest darkest secrets and we hear from a man who kept his wife's terminal illness a secret to protect their children listen to season to a family family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts welcome back dress listeners pat our listeners ours will be familiar with your role in the battle for size. We've already done episode on the nineteen seventy-three quote battle that put American fashion on the international national map but I'm hoping you can tell us a little bit more what that experience was like free you anything others in doing a benefit but it turns out to we some kind of what they call to battle and it seems like you know the American designers had really been on the stage in Paris when it came meantime was royal event and the Americans just shined you know we had all of those girls who could walk in in the music was so American in modern lighting and it just was something so new and the French embraced us so they call it a battle but I think they just fell in love with us because you know I had already been towers working so it's like going home for me but for a whole bunch of girls it was their first first time touching down there and then they went back and had that opportunity again so I think you know you get certain opportunities and you go off to Versailles and you dine unto the Chandeliers in the cherubs in new you made the Duchess of Windsor new you drink champagne in with her and princess grace. You meet all of these wonderful people in fashion because everybody dresses so beautifully because they feel that interesting makes them happy it. Does I mean living a life in fashion. Is I think a gift in many ways and you've done it so beautifully. I've been very blessed because people around me have all loved each other sincerely out of respect and you just adoring each other's style and it's like they're just different flowers that song and can you tell tell us a little bit about how your signature walk developed. I kind of say walk in quotation marks because it's so much more than that and it's just this incredible performance that you give us each every time that is so all your own and so Platt Cleveland and can toss a little bit about you know the role that dance played in its development but also the people who helped you develop it. When I was a child I used to dance with a wonderful African American Lady Catherine author done. I danced as a child. Cathryn Damon and I was her her little mascot and all of these wonderful people would be in the class like Marlon Marlon Brando and Ursa kid and oh wonderful ladies and I would hang off the monkey bars make fun they laugh and they play the drums. I wanted to be dancer but I was too tall at that time so I always felt that something that moves your heart like that can move your clothes too. You know I I just consider myself a flagpole. Jake Paul moving the fabric but she bring dance and movement even your first cover of Ebony Fashion Fair in nineteen sixty six year. You're you're already moving. You're making the clothes move you know already thunder early point in your career and then you bring that to the stage in such a wonderful way that really shares so you know with the audience your joy fashion you know how it feels when you put in a new dress she philo twinkly one is start showing showing off. Your goodies like this is how I feel. It stressed me sneak feel really beautiful. Even if you get something ugly on it's just it it has its own beauty to like. The spirit of the close is just somebody believed in that look and you're going to go along with their fantasy and enjoy their ride with them. Kosei had VICI- a vision. You know like Sushi think what is this then. You put put it on in new become part of their world like how they see things you. It's like more about wearing the designer than even wearing the garment haven't what you've brought specifically to think that is so incredible credibly special. I'm a happy person idle at one minute getaway for me that I didn't see something beautiful and deadly or something you know when when you think of all those people who so every stitch is like a minute of your life and I just basically do it because I I think that the people who make the clothes a part of the dress to you know I see them. I've been in so many ways and watch the ladies stitching I really. I think they're wonderful. Did just so wonderful to pardon me. I feel like they're part of the dress. Yes absolutely and so are you. I've been watching a lot of Pat Cleveland runway moments over the past couple of weeks in anticipation of this this AH Terry Mugabe's. I think were particularly fun. I saw you as the flower blossom awesome and as a kitty cat I mean you just bring so much joy to the runway and you have so much fun with it and I just I really appreciate that. Yeah we are you can have fun in everything. Put an a glove since what puff it I'll put in a sock you hand. It's a puppet you know you turn those close around but I just know Muga has such a fantastic imagination that he just infuses you with his his vision and they just want to be the ball of energy that brings it to live from because you know he's one of the first ones to put on those big shows where it's for entertainment as as well you know he kin so and I mean I remember those shows in the seventies. They were so magnificent saliva. You know it's not like when I first began you walk with a number in silent right staging and music in La People People shearing do it because you want what he insult to feel bored. You know it's nothing like a you know wet dressed dressed in a hangar but just in a hangar dripping exact he didn't want it looks like steamed staying. He had that for chase away the blues in fact you're still modeling. I just saw you and your daughter walking and singing your way down the runway this last fashion week. It was absolutely wonderful. Hello I'm telling you that was just spontaneous at in the bathroom five minutes before and she do it on the runway just singing into ANA. We always seem to channel and they put it on the runway believing so we get out there and we winged it. We just faked it too and we you know we like to do and stuff and for her she and I to be together. She's always travelling so that was just a special moment. We never you get to work together really very often. you know she just came off the follies. She was the star of the follies Ashir that and it was so wonderful to see her doing Josephine Baker because yes you know my my great aunt Josephine Baker's safety schoolteacher until Josephine get an gala the trading get out of town girl. You need to work it. You got it. She told her to play the piano and it's always been sort of in my family to have this wonderful full showgirl. Josephine in our lives. I am so special that you met her at the battle of her side right before that. Oh you day ah I knew her before that and I danced stage with her once Arnie all in another place in I was going to go up and be in her show but she died the week before I got there. I was going to try to be one of those cavalry. Yes Sir Yeah I love the Way Josephine Kinda comes in and out of your life to you because you've yourself of course have portrayed her many times on stage wonderful footage of you. I'm Patrick Kelly runway. He is Josephine Baker and we all orchids. She's the the number one showgirl for Black Society because she escapes such danger and she was able to live beautiful life. Yes and that's what we look for. We want to have a beautiful life all everybody. Yes yes absolutely as magazine just inaugurated their best in black fashion awards and you're the first person to ever receive the icon award in in there fritzy issue per se yard in parks and Susan Taylor and Oh my God there was so many wonderful the people and it was just like okay. We got to believe we gotta believe let's keep marching it forward and they were so advanced. They were already vegetarians using natural fabrics cushing international flavor into the black community. It was just enlightening to be with them and now they did a music awards and it just developed isn't it and beautiful editors. They have now and it's just beautiful. I'm so proud thank you and I just I'm curious because you've been a model now for fifty plus years and I'm just what does it mean to receive an award like this does kind of cause you to look back over your career and it just it brings everything into the present like you see the work and you see the development and you think this is a good thing you know when you're at the beginning of things most of the time. I'm at the beginning of things before they develop I duNno. It's just my path that then you see there's a room platform for many more people and you think. Oh Wow look at all these new people and you think okay that was good. It's good. We made that little walking path. which is now a highway or runway at an airport? I don't know it just opened doors. You think how wonderful hm this at things develop you know Nathan with having been able to enjoy fashion for so many years in work quin new designers and it's just amazing how people can take their imagination and make a life you know and that's kind of what I did. Use My Lai match nation and I make life for myself and I paint and I draw John. I ride and make music and every day I do something that makes me happy and I think modeling makes me happy because I get to be with these wonderful people that thank you so much for being with us today. In sharing with us you know the art magic enjoy of fashion and yourself really thank you so much inch stitching thinking painting. Keep saying the things that make you happy and have bliss consciousness. Thank you pat and we're sending you lots of love and light your way as well. Thank you for that prayer and have a good to hate you know April. Originally I had title eldest episode. A life lived in fashion but after interviewing pat I changed immediately to the joy of fashion isn't her joy infectious. Yes and she is one strong super. Inspiring woman cast as black fashion awards was one of her very first public appearances this year after being diagnosed knows with cancer this year but at the awards she revealed that she feels like a Phoenix rising from the ashes in large part and thanks to the fashion communities communities outpouring of support so pat you are so loved and we are sending you loads and loads of even more love on your road to recovery. Yes yes absolutely and again thank you to Pat Cleveland for taking the time to talk to us and to mark and her husband Paul Setting up well that does it for us today. 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BOX252: Never Have A Hootenanny In A Cemetery

The Box Of Oddities

37:20 min | 2 months ago

BOX252: Never Have A Hootenanny In A Cemetery

"What follows may not be suitable for all audiences listener discretion is advised. Of Stories. Stories of mysteries. Of Curiosities. Join. Anju through Gilligan. For the strange. The unexpected. As. The LID and wash asleep you're inside. The box. ODDITIES WE WANNA. Start this episode by welcoming all of our new subscribers people that have recently joined us. We we saw a big influx. Of. Of Subscriptions downloads this past week, I think mostly due to the fact that Dan Lindsay from scared to death podcast talked about. US. Yeah. A few people mention that we appreciate you so much giving us a shot and sticking around hopefully, and when you tell somebody about the box of oddities and they start listening that's the best way for us to grow the podcast because ultimately our goal is to be able to do this full-time. Just this is all we want to concentrate on I. mean that's all we concentrate on now. But yeah, it's become problematic actually but we would really love to just give you guys all kinds of added value and content as we continue to grow. So thanks for hanging out with US and again big thanks to Dan Lindsay for the shoutout. So I'm just going to get right into it. Here we go on Friday November twenty, second nineteen, sixty, three, thirty fifth president of the United States was assassinated John. F Kennedy. Of course, we've been tied for generations that it was a lone wolf attack. This is what they teach us in history class that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Though. This is certainly plausible. We'll never know Oswald story other than he claimed to be a patsy because he was oft in the parking garage within days of the Kennedy assassination by by Jack Ruby this was before any serious interrogation could be done. Jack Ruby admitted to reporters that there were more people involved in the assassination. When he said quote, the people that had so much to gain and had such an ulterior motive for putting me in the position I'm in will never let the true facts come above board to the world one reporter then asked, Ruby, are these people in Very High Positions Jack? And then Ruby just simply said firmly yes. Now we've all heard all the conspiracy theories are certainly most of them but I came across a few things that I had not heard before and you know I'm preity obsessed with the Kennedy assassination. It's a problem. There was a bunch of stuff that happened that's documented in police reports prior to the assassination that would lead one to believe that there's more to it than we know in other words. About thirteen different people predicted that this was going to happen Oh. Really. Yes and I don't mean like psychic predictions. These are people that made reports to the police. Department, based on information that they had. Claiming that they had heard that Kennedy was going to be assassinated and nobody really did anything about it. Sanchez thing I'm not going to go through all thirteen of them but here are a few and this is according to an article in medium by Jail Pattison. He's kind of a lifelong student of JFK assassination bit of an expert on November ninth nine, hundred, sixty, three, a guy named Joseph a milteer who was a segregationist JFK hater he had ties to other people who hated JFK JFK as well as ties to those suspected of bombing, the Birmingham Alabama Church that killed four children he was. Connected to white supremacist groups of the time, and he was recorded by the Miami Police Department unbeknownst to him while he was speaking with an informant, a guy named William Somerset and this was in Somerset's third floor Miami apartment. So Somerset was in and Most people don't realize that that mid nineties hit by snow was based on a early sixties hit by Oswald. So here's the thing. I'm going to play you a clip of the audio. This is this is the actual audio from the police surveillance. Okay. So the audio is really kind of hard to hear in some places. So here's the transcription Somerset's says I think Kennedy is coming here November eighteenth or something like that to make some kind of speech I don't know what it is, but I imagine it'll be on TV milteer says you can bet your bottom dollar he's going to have a lot to say about the Cubans there are so many of them. Here somerset well, he'll have a thousand bodyguards don't worry about that milteer. The more bodyguards he has the easier it is to get to him Somerset Watt milteer the more bodyguards. He has the more easier it is to get to him somerset. Well, how the hell do you figure would be the best way to get to him milteer from an office building with a high powered rifle in the conversation continued Somerset said. Do you think he knows he's a marked man milteer says I'm sure he does yes somerset are they really going to try to kill him milteer? Oh yes it's in the Working Somerset. Then continued hitting this Kennedy I'll tell you is going to be a hard proposition if the secret service covers all the office buildings milteer said, the secret service is not suspecting the assassination then talked about how could conceal the weapon and again remember this is this is before the assassination took place. He said, you wouldn't even have to take a gun up there just take it up in pieces all those guns come knocked down and you can just take him apart. He then milteer revealed the plan for a Patsy he said quote hell they'll pick up someone within hours if anything like that would happen just the throw the public off no date of the assassination was discussed. No, no city was talked about. But because this conversation between these two guys took place in Miami and JFK was due to visit Miami nine days later on the eighteenth of November, nineteen, sixty three measures were taken. Insecurity was upgraded for the president's visit in Miami Miami. According to page two, thirty, three of the white. House Select Committee on assassinations report warnings of the Joseph milteer threat were dispatched to Miami Atlanta Indianapolis Nashville Philadelphia and Washington but was totally ignored by the secret service personnel in planning the trip to Dallas for some reason. Just. Geographically. It was further away. We don't know. Well, assassins don't go outside a two hundred mile range. So we know that is that the rule. The assassin's creed. The report further pointed out that quote to threats to assassinate President Kennedy with high-powered rifles, both of which occurred in early. November. Nineteen three were not relayed to the Dallas region yet. So on November twenty second nineteen, sixty, three when Kennedy was assassinated. Where was Joseph? milteer? Well, there's a photograph of a crowd standing on Houston Street in Dealey Plaza, watching the presidential. Palace by on its way to taking Kennedy through the kills zone in that crowd. Joseph milteer is standing really waiting to watch it happen. ooh. That seems. Case vicious. So the day after the assassination milteer and Somerset met again, they got back together this time it was in. Jacksonville Florida according to Robert J Grodin in his book, the killing of a president which I've read a good book. I like the movie better that at this meeting milteer expressed his pleasure with the success. Now of the assassination, he shook Somerset's hand and he said well I told you. So it happened just like I said, didn't it? It happened from a window with a high powered rifle that was done the way it was supposed to be done now. How is this on record and yet it's actually you can read the police report. was there no follow up on what? What? Why All taken care of it's all wrapped up as well as well. It was killed now you don't have to worry about it anymore. Take Care of nothing to see here you can read a transcript of the Miami. Recording of the Joseph Milteer William Somerset conversations. And also in those conversations, he talks about upcoming event to kill Martin Luther King Junior. Oh my gosh. So when did this become public information a couple years ago when they had that big release of JFK stuff, it's always been out there. It's been in the Miami Police Department files for some reason, the Warren Commission did not include this in their report. So weird here's another example of something. Weird. About ten o'clock in the morning of November twenty second nineteen, sixty three, a phone call was received by operators in Oxnard California which served approximately twelve thousand residents in the southern California town. This call was very odd the original operator who answered the call Doris Bliss summoned the operator gene shores to pick up the line because she suspected something was wrong after hearing a fuzzy sound and whispering on the line. The strange call lasted about ten to fifteen minutes was accompanied by several very strange statements uttered by an unknown female. But the most shocking was when she whispered the president is going to be held at ten ten. What in the operators looked at the clock on the wall, it read Teno seven and then ten await fifteen hundred miles away in Dallas JFK presidential motorcade was due to enter Dealey Plaza at twelve ten PM central time. Which is ten ten am Pacific Time according to Mandeville blog the motorcade was scheduled to enter Dealey Plaza at twelve ten PM followed by a twelve fifteen pm arrival at the trade mart where the president was scheduled to deliver a speech. But what happened was the motorcade was delayed. This person called back in amended her prediction to account for the twenty minute delay. Now, saying to the operators, the president is going to die at ten thirty. At exactly twelve thirty, PM Central Ten, thirty am Pacific in Oxnard California. The shots rang out in Dealey Plaza and Kennedy was killed to this day. The unknown female caller has never been identified. Wow I mean and that's that's a pretty important piece of information to have to share. It sounds like if it was whispered, it was something that she wasn't supposed to be sharing a report was filed but nobody took it seriously. Wow. Now, this came, of course from a private citizen but a US Army Ordinance Cryptographic Code Operator Private First Class Eugene Dinkins was stationed in Metz France when he intercepted into coded not one but two messages regarding an upcoming assassination of President Kennedy. The first message he intercepted was in October of sixty three. The second was on November second of sixty three, just three weeks before after reporting this, he discovered the army was going to require him to undergo psychological evaluation. Yeah. So rather than passing the information along and they said, you're crazy we're gonNA deal. In, was arrested on November thirteenth nineteen, sixty three after because he went awol. And after his arrest, he was sent to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. But not before I being held at the Psychiatric Hospital Hospital and Dinkins attempt to thwart it wasn't even didn't even earn a mention. Wow. In the Warren report yet there are military records that back this up you can research more about drinking and his attempt to to warn of the Kennedy assassination all of that stuff all those public records are available online, but he wasn't the only one. There was another code operator, another plot interception not much known about this Guy David Christianson but very much like Eugene Duncan Christianson was code operator for the military in one, thousand, nine, sixty three, and he happened upon information that he was not supposed to know. He intercepted a communication sometime in October of one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three, regarding the plot to kill JFK and just like Dinkins was ignored and his sanity was called into question which I'm sorry. If you're rather than investigating or rather than going, you know this is something interesting that we should look into. The extreme of then going you need to seek medical attention and putting you away essentially. Me Feel like that was an effort to shut that down rather than assist the person or look into the information shutdown. Yeah. It's weird down now, a highly decorated veteran of the Korean War Richard Case Nagel was a US intelligence operative for the CIA and discovered that there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK and that Lee Harvey Oswald was marked to be the Patsy Nagel was tasked with attempting to foil the assassination plot up to and including killing the patsy but. Instead because he wanted to remove himself from all involvement in the conspiracy chose to purposefully get himself arrested by firing a gun near a bank and El Paso Texas. Sorry. What. So he he knew that this was going to happen and was supposed to stop it like how I don't understand I'm just putting pieces together here. But so these guys decode these messages and reported to their authorities. Their sanity was called into question but that information went on to other people. And Nagel was one of these people that was tasked to try to prevent this from happening. So he didn't WanNa get involved he was tasked with preventing it from happening then someone obviously must have taken the communications seriously so them why would you put the military personnels sanity into question that doesn't make any sense because the government isn't thinking with one mind here and the assassination was being carried out by some rogue element of the government. This is how the this particular version of the conspiracy. Plays out then there's the story of Lillian Spangler who on the first of November in nineteen sixty three was working at a gift shop in Miami called the Parrot jungle a customer came in that she believed was of Cuban descent and while she was talking with him, the man's conversation turned political and he made comments about shooting Kennedy between the is. The man said, his friend Lee was a sharpshooter and that he served in the military and that he spoke Russian and he lived in Texas or Mexico, he wasn't sure records don't list Oswald as sharp shooter necessarily but he did serve in the Marines and he did speak Russian and he did live in Texas after the assassination of Kennedy. The Parrot jungle mystery man was finally identified as hey Antonio Martinez Soto in although he admitted to having conversations with Mrs. Spangler Perr. Jungle he claimed that in regards to those things that he talked about she simply must have misunder stood him eventually the authorities told. Ms Spangler to just forget about the incident and don't talk to anybody about it. The Warren Commission didn't find that important enough to include in their. In their report although it was important enough for them to mention that Jack Ruby's mother wore dentures for some reason. Wow. Okay. Well, that's and then there's this twenty five minutes before the shots were fired in Dealey Plaza. A senior reporter of the Cambridge News in England received a telephone call from a man who said quote. Call, the American, embassy in London for some really big news, and then the he then hung up again, this was about less than half an hour before Kennedy was assassinated him. The incident was reported the FBI followed up on it the FBI information dated November Twenty Six nineteen, sixty three is available I'm looking at a copy of it right now I'm not gonna read it because it's really long boring and dry, but it does establish that this did happen and that it was reported to law enforcement. And then finally on the evening before the assassination and this is more hearsay, a party was being held. At oil tycoon Clint, Murchison's House in Dallas among those in attendance were vice president. Lyndon Johnson. J. Edgar Hoover the head of the FBI and Johnson's mistress Madeleine Duncan That's fine. Johnson. came out from behind closed door meeting in one of these rooms in the house and he told Madeleine quote those fucking Kennedy's will never embarrassed me again that's no threat. That's a promise. My Gosh. As all vehicles turned onto ELM street Johnson sitting in the rear passenger seat next to his wife and senator. Ralph. Yarborough. Is said to have duct just as or before the first shots were fired and if you go back and you look at photographic evidence, he is the only one ducking Oh really came nobody else is. He claimed he was shoved down by his secret service guy. He said quote I startled by a sharper port or explosion, but I had no time to speculate as to its origin because agent youngblood turned in a flash immediately after the first explosion hitting me on the shoulder. And shouting to all of us in the back seat to get down, I was pushed down by agent young blood almost in the same moment in which he hit or pushed me he vaulted over the back seat and sat on me. I was bent over under the weight of agent young leads body toward Mrs Johnson Senator Yarborough however, Senator Yarborough, who has also writing backseat with Johnson came forward and said this it just didn't happen that way. It was a small car Johnson was a big man tall. His knees were up against his Chin as it was there was no room for that to happen. Yarborough recalled that. Both Johnson young blood ducked down as the shooting began and that young blood never left the front seat. Yarborough said Youngblood held a small walkie talkie over the back of the car seat and that he and Johnson both put their to the device. He added quote they had it turned down real low I couldn't hear what they were listening to. Well, that does seem suspicious. There are a lot of unanswered questions when I think about the JFK assassination one of the things that I have a really hard time with is that there are three rows of seats in that car and that doesn't make any gosh darn sense. and. So when I picture it, I'm like Bob where was Lyndon Johnson even sitting and then I have to go like Oh yeah. It's a stupid looking car. Well, he was in a in the car behind he was the second car in the motorcade he was behind the car sitting in front of JFK. Then that was governor Conley Conley. Oh my bad my bad. Yeah. It was the driver in his wife and then JFK and Jackie okay I believe that makes more sense in the front i. mean it's still the car doesn't show. Looks Dumb. So the deeper you dig in into this the more the unanswered questions accumulate you can't. We're never gonNA frigging no, no one's ever going to know it certainly does sound suspicious though that's what I said I know but we can't go on together with suspicious minds. The Gospel according to the book of Elvis. Now, that thing in the middle. We've all heard the term. Grammar Nazi. Someone who directs a person when they misuse a word The Greatest Grammar. Nazi. Ever was probably the ancient Greek fallacious. If. Somebody misused word. Page after page after page explaining why that person was grammatically incorrect. The ladies became so obsessed with this. He rarely eight. Any. Eventually died of malnutrition. The box of oddities with cat and Jeff Rogin off. The. Only podcast that one shot a man for storing too loud and wound up in New York, sports writer. The Bucks of holidays we've received a lot of really nice messages over the last week or so some talking about how they found us because of scared to death some saying guys thank you because I love scared to death. So that's nice knowing that it's going both ways and then some just saying, Hey, you guys should talk about more spooky stuff We got those message from kills. On instagram cat and Jeff throw my name is Kelly I've been following you guys for a while now African love your show so much. It's gotten me through some lonely times. So thank you. I was messaging you to give you an idea for a topic I'm learning about in my criminology and psych unit course I'm not going to tell you what the topics are because I'm gonNA use them but. Just. So cool that you're in a criminology and sight course I am jealous and I want very much to to be involved in that I just think it's so cool like it's such a cool thing to to be studying if you guys ever come to, Australia. I'll be at your show front and center please stay safe and Sane and keep flying that freak flag Thank you so much keells and yes, we very much would like to go to Australia. Thank you. Again it never ceases to amaze us how many educated people listen to this silly little podcast. And we don't get corrected more than we do. It reminds me of this email that we got from heather. She said can't just talked about taxes. I was born and raised Pennsylvania Dutch and I have had potatoes on warts when I was little as cat was talking about it, I thought to myself oh. So that doesn't work. Then quickly shamed myself disregarding all the Info I learned getting my biology degree. No, I'm sorry. Sorry. No. Of course, it works. Hey, our our bodies and our minds are an amazing things and you know the placebo effect is a real thing and so if you believe that it works sometimes it frigging cannon I don't know why my dad used to heal people's warts with pennies. Remember you telling me that that's weird. I know anyway what you got for me Yeah. We're traveling to the mountain province in the Philippines to cigar. Because maybe lack of transportation and maybe because of a lack of guides very few conquistadors came to CICADA during the Spanish era and a Spanish mission wasn't founded there until eighty two. So as a result this is one of the few places in the Philippines that has preserved its indigenous culture with very little Spanish influence. So many really interesting things that go on in this part of the world in. SUGATA specifically, they've got an underground river there's Ponga's falls there's Marlboro Mountain. Multiple caves filled with incredible. What's the word I'm looking for strategic and also the hanging coffins of Echo Valley. So leaving from the center of Sagada, a twenty minute walk will get you to this incredible religious site. It is where the native Igarashi would bury their dead the top of Echo Valley. It's gorgeous spot with a beautiful view. The hanging coffins are about twenty minutes downhill track from from their Echo Valley's name is appropriate because when you stand at the top of Echo Valley You shout. It's very echoey. Holy Shit. Look those coffins carbons. Yeah. Though you are discouraged from shouting most tourists, do it anyway but it is part of a religious sure place. So you don't have a hootenanny in a cemetery. Though we have picnic data many. So the hanging coffins, it is believed that the trouble folk in that region believed that putting their dead in steep crevices made their loved ones nearer to the gods. The coffins are made of hollowed out log normally carved by the elderly. Before they die, each cadaver was then smoked throughout a five day pre burial feast to avoid fast easy comp. Okay. So like the they smoked it like a side of beef. Yes. Kinda like dehydrated them you WanNa make sure that they were doing this during a feast. Yeah. Okay. There are a lot of times where they combine eating and preparing. Your I would I would be hesitant if I were there to go. Something smells delicious. Hanging the coffins on high elevated cliffs is the traditional way of burying qualified individuals. Now, what makes them qualified isn't exactly known it is known that you have to have been married and had grandchildren. That's all I know really kind of a low bar. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. What about if you're just kind of on the cusp would they be willing to hang you from a cliff without a coffin maybe like if you had a domestic partnership but not a marriage white. He had a grandchild fetus, but it hadn't shot out the. Yeah, they just hang you like it'd be like like some really grotesque feeder. You know it's interesting not sure about the details as I said a little iffy. The INS and outs what it means to be qualified So the The coffins are hung in place through use of projecting beams, basically, the hammer these beams into the limestone hill side, and then set the coffins on top of the beams. Another reason that they believe that this became a traditional way of burying their dead was to protect the bodies from natural disasters like earthquakes and floods, and also to keep the corpses away from wild animals. Now, I've heard that when you're burying things, it's good to put a layer of hot sauce on top of the the soil that you're covering the dead with to keep animals from keep animals from. So this saves them a lot of hot sauce, which is nice. I think you can never have too much alongside these coffins. You'll often see chairs strapped to the side of the mountain and this is part of the tradition. oftentimes, the bodies will be placed in the chairs on the. Mountainside. Part of the burial. In one case, according to a traveler's blog, there was a chair strapped to the side of the limestone hillside. There was a full grown adult in the chair. Knees had been forced up to the Chin covered in a white cloth and bound using rope elders believed that placing the body in that fetal position symbolized the start of a new life. So you come into the world in. A fetal position and you come out of the world in a fetal position. That's interesting. Again, according to this travelers blog while the body is being carried to the final resting place whether it be a chair or a hanging coffin, it's considered good luck. If the dead's blood is sprinkled onto you, it's like getting shit on by bird. They say it's good luck. In this case, it's your loved ones inside uses. It means that you'll enjoy bountiful harvests and much success in life, and because of that everyone tries to touch the body for good luck while they're in the process of how did that tradition come into being there was some point where a guy got some help. He was preparing a body and the guy got blood all over and he's like Oh my God. In the a senior guy said, no, no, that's fine. That's that's good. Luck. You know. so He'd continue and finish the job, and so it just got passed on from from master to apprentice or maybe they found that the person who got blood on them actually did have good luck and so they associated that with that incident of of getting blood. On them put two and two together also tradition. Of while in the midst of this funeral process, there is a feast involved in the the I was GonNa say policy but I guess it's probably not a policy per se There's no laminated sheet to on the Cork Board in the in the kitchen that says, this is the policy but Part of the process is that you feast while you're you're doing this funeral and but you don't wash your hands in between handling the body and the food it's understood that that's something that you don't do you while you keep those clamming hemmings. I'm going to go ahead and skip the buffet line here. Yeah. Good. Thank you. So we've talked about the. So we've talked about some of the other traditional burial styles in the Philippines. them the the Zombie Walk. Think it was called the Tin Julian. Funeral. Where people dress the dead up in their finest clothes, they sit him in a chair, the give him a cigarette or to the dead will sit out for a couple of weeks and then they'll re bury them in and this isn't just before the the initial burial they do it every. So often they go and dig him up and put a fresh dress on grandma and that, and then packer pipe full of the becky there several ways that. The this kind of process is represented in the Philippines. There are three different stages of burial. So there's your initial burial. There's when you're being dug up and reburied for whichever spiritual moment you're having, and then there's your final burial and often times that will include what's called a funeral jug, and sometimes that's involving taking other people's body parts and putting them in your jug to complete your body. You know it's like a really morbid swear jar it's. It's in no way like that. I thought it was more like a Mr Potato head but. Either way it's incredibly fascinating and even though we're making light of this and it is so strange from our point of view It's something that these people hold very dear and it is though a lot of the people in this region will now be buried in a more Western style cemetery. There are still those who opt to be buried this way and so there are hanging coffins that are centuries old, and then every once in a while, you'll spot one that's from. Lake ninety-six. Really Yeah that's incredible like I said there is a long standing tradition of culture and indigenous influence that they really do try to hold onto and I think that's incredible that whole Mr Potato. Head thing got me thinking. Is there a way maybe that I could incorporate that into my funeral always looking for something you know unique in novel like like maybe have my nose replaced with Mr Potato heads and then just put is a little pipe in my mouth something like that. Big Glasses and A. Moustache that'd be great and you can go. Wow. Wow. Wow. No I won't because I'll be dead but you could do that for me Oh yes absolutely. I'll lift your glasses up and down and I'll go. Wow. Wow. Wow you when you're dead weight GONNA, write that in. Final wishes and demands. Perfect. All right. Listen. You are going to have a boring sad day just like everyone I know. I, want there to be something at my funeral. It involves a massive display of pyrotechnics. or I'm coming back and I'm going to haunt your ass. Knowing our neighbors pyrotechnics are inevitable. That's true. Any WHO's all? Can we talk about these face masks? Yes. All right. So we gotta Gifty in the mail from Yvonne, and this is magical. Made me a little weepy actually and I don't really. Anyway, they are beautiful, very festive face masks and she says his message she got them at the historic downtown, San Antonio Market, square and She talked about how we wanted to go to do a live show in Texas. But because of Covid we you know everything just right to a standstill. So she sent us a little bit of San Antonio by way of these masks and also some fiesta medals that apparently there is like a big San Antonio. Fiesta. Normally in April and local companies make fiesta metals that people collect you know and that's kind of like that, yeah there s to metal includes Joe, fiesta who appears to be riding a PINATA. Like a wrecking ball. So we got ourselves, some San Antonio Fiesta, metals, and beautiful masks, and we just we thank you so much for thinking of us and sending us a little bit of San Antonio and we love you love the masks and we really need to get some. Thank you cards to send out to people that send us stuff because we we really do appreciate you taking the time to do that. That's really sweet anyway I. Guess That's it. So we will see you next time. Wrapping, out rate the heck up y'all as we say, main rates straight over there eight straight over there bob. All right we'll see you next time until then he flying that flag. proudly. Beautiful Freak. Let it be known that the box of oddities belongs to eat. And it's is in your hands, henceforth the box of oddities commits to the telling of. Stories of the strange the bazaar. The unexpected we wish to offer our deeply-felt gratitude and appreciation for your patronage. The box of auditees dot com on theses at this book Dot Com slash box with of these podcast on twitter at box of days instagram at box oddities podcast I'll be right twenty, twenty, all rights reserved. To three or four Gimme a level. Seventeen thirty two does that date have any significance? Maybe. Not For you but. Now. 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Episode 3-11--- 30 year old murder investigation solved by public genealogy company

Five four two and the Blue

17:02 min | 5 months ago

Episode 3-11--- 30 year old murder investigation solved by public genealogy company

"You have discovered season three of the five four, two in the blue, a podcast on enforcement, history, issues, investigations, and incidents in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond. Hosted by Scotland's. I retired police. Detective Sergeant Author Andrew Searcher. Scott. Recording four, three, two one. Think you again Victoria for opening us up. And for doing the extra duty today we have Victoria not only working as our producer. But as our technical. Technical technician. As well and she's doing a wonderful job. going. As I'm recording this. The United States in the rest of the world is dealing with the. Corona virus and we're all doing a lot of self. Quarantining for lack of a better term. a lot of us that are essential workers law enforcement. Ems Fire. Are Working hard and dealing with the situation at hand. doing the school system is closed so I'm not working in the schools right now, but. I am working at the local community college campus police unit to help make sure things. Flow well over there. Everybody just remember to keep your distance and keep your hands clean. Until all this is over with. Today shade of Blue Story for five four two in the blue. It's another cold case homicide This one is from nineteen, ninety one April of nineteen ninety one. The victim is a twenty three year old single mother. A name of Rachel, Johnson she was kidnapped, raped, beaten and stabbed and set on fire on the night of March Thirtieth Nineteen Ninety one. A her body was left behind for others to find it the next day. Miss Johnson was a single mother. She had a three rule daughter at the time. After interviewing? Friends and family and completing a cab the of the neighborhood. where she was last seen Akron Ohio police were not able to locate a suspect originally. With the investigation did show. was that Miss Johnson of Talmadge Ohio? Had spent a Friday evening with some friends in into Akron Ohio bars. She left the last establishment with her girlfriend. They got into the girlfriend's car and began driving home. Before, they arrived. The car got a flat tire according to police records in media sources from Nineteen ninety-one. The driver of the car. Miss Johnson's friend continued driving on the flat tire. which we know is not a good idea. And it's not clear why she did so. But she kept driving on it and as you would expect, the tire became hot. The Rim became hot in it. Started filling the car with the smell of burning rubber. Police reports and newspaper reports said Johnson panicked this point and try to jump out of the car, but was stopped by the driver. By the two women began to argue in reported that Johnson yelled out. Just let me out of this car. I'm not burning up in any car. And at this point, the girlfriend. Slash driver told her just to get out. Now police estimated this to be around. Two thirty am on a Saturday morning. She told her friend after the argument that she would find her own way home. A faded gray vehicle of some sort had followed them. Or was behind them and investigators said that Johnson either. Voluntarily got into the vehicle or was forced inside by driver. The girlfriend continued and somehow was able to drive home on that flat tire. But. That was the last time that Johnson was seen alive. Now after investigation. A suspect was developed. Daniel Wilson was taken into custody Anna DNA collection was completed with a search warrant. Akron police submitted the sample with a DNA sample collected from the victim from the autopsy. Now this was the beginning of the wait for lab results in this particular homicide. DNA test on suspects at that time could typically. Could typically take up to a year to get the results back? And I can attest to that as having worked in the early nineties in sexual assault investigations. Most of the state labs including state on North Carolina would not take a DNA test unless you had both suspect and victim to compare to. The main reason for that. I'm sure was because the. Developing database of DNA suspects the DNA of suspects hadn't really been done yet. Now results the DNA. Comparison tests were the key to whether Akron detectives. Mr Daniel Wilson with killing. AKRONS chief of detectives told the newspapers in Nineteen ninety-one that investigators. Won't have any good suspects in the killing. If. The DNA test does not link Wilson to the case. To quote? A major in detective unit our case win rise or false with this DNA test. Wilson is our only good suspect. If it is not him, we are back to square one. Now, what brought their attention to? Wilson was the fact that the crime was similar to a killing that Wilson was accused of committing previously. Wilson had been accused of murdering a woman. There's body was found in her burning car. Wilson at the age of twenty, one was arrested by the police in Ohio on May nine for the killing of a Carol Lutts. Twenty four years old, he was charged with aggravated murder and that investigation. In an attempt to link Wilson to Johnson's death. While he awaited trial for the killing of Lutts, semen was taken from Johnson's body during the autopsy was compared with a blood sample taken from Wilson to see whether the DNA genetic material matched. Now this request in nineteen, ninety one was just one over. Thousand, requests, for DNA test to be done in over a thousand rooms, such request police agencies in the United States with the FBI scientific analysis section in Washington DC. Now at that time because of the test complexity. And the fact that only ten analysts were trained and certified. To, testify in court to DNA comparisons, it can take up to six months before the F., B. I. Sends a final report to local police on on this was according to the FBI in a media interview at the time. Let's was found in the trunk of her burning car. Wilson admitted killing her. But. Did Deny any involvement in any other deaths including Mrs. Johnson Miss Johnson's death. Wilson's attorney denied that the Stan statements made by his client were actually confessions in the Lutts homocide, but simply a misunderstanding between the investigators and his client. Well unfortunately test results cleared Wilson as the killer of Johnson. But he was still tried and found guilty of the murder of Ms Lutts. Whether it was a MR misunderstanding or not. He was still connected. The slang was also found to be similar to other killings across the country and police thought. There might be on link to maybe serial killer in the United. States that traveled. They looked at other homicides in Ohio and other states nearby. The crime matched similar ammos to other reported cases in California for Genu- and Maryland Pennsylvania Canada. In a few other places detect his felt what connected these cases was the amount of pain. That the killer inflicted upon the victim. The investigation stalled with no more leads. The DNA was put into the FBI's database, but in twenty years. No match was discovered in individuals arrested. The killer remained free for more than two decades after her murder. In two thousand and thirteen. When no change the investigation shown. The Ohio Attorney, General's office established. Because of this case in a few others, the cold case unit the Ohio unsolved homicides initiative. Unit found that they had good DNA evidence that was collected in the case and dozens of possible suspects had been examined in the twenty three years since the crime occurred. They went back in reinterviewed and started the investigation from scratch. But, no. Match was found for the DNA or no confessions or anything that could link one person to this particular homicide. On. Akron police detective told the press in twenty thirteen. We believe the person who committed this horrific crime is still out there and may have even been talked. To or has spoken with someone else about the crime. And of course they were soliciting any type of input they could they could get. That my point in the direction of the suspect. Johnson case was actually just part of about one thousand, one hundred and two cold cases in the state of Ohio in two thousand thirteen. As a lot of cases to have to review. Now this brings us up to our present day April of twenty twenty. Now almost thirty years after. The incident. Arrest was finally made. With the same DNA evidence used to look for the killer originally. In April of this year. Akron police charged Daniel reach R E s fifty seven years old with the murder. Of Miss Johnson. Riche of Akron Ohio was identified as a suspect after a Texas company uploaded the crime scene DNA to eight public genealogy website. Distant relatives of reach had already uploaded their DNA into the website, looking for long lost relatives or just chat backtracking their own family history. Very common today, but this led to an eventual match. The detectives once they located a partial match to the DNA thing ended up having to basically reconstruct a or construct a family tree looking for our suspect. Detectives stated Reeves had been in the same area. Were Johnson was last seen, and actually had known the family. When they did a search of the case file, they found no mention of reached being interviewed or even thought of as being connected to the investigation. The detective interviewed in twenty twenty called. Reese, a ghost in the investigation. He was nowhere near it. He's quoted as saying. Now in a simple online records sh- search, you can find that. He was arrested for a felony assault. Near Akron Ohio two years after the murder. And after some plea bargaining, he served six months in jail and was released after been dropped down to a misdemeanor. He had actually lived across the street from the Johnson family for quite some time. and was described as a camilion. By the local police. Now CAITLIN. The daughter of Johnson who? Was Two years old at the time of her mother's murder. Is reported in the Cleveland newspaper as saying quote this crazy that he was hiding in plain sight. He was at her house quite a lot. We had bonfires and he was always around. Caitlin who is now thirty one? Was raised by her dad and step mom instead her family would regularly have bonfires and barbecues and reach would often be there. Johnson's daughter further went on to say reach at once taken her on a motorcycle ride. Invited her into his home, and had tended her brother's wedding and worked with the victims sister at a printing company. We wonder how a person could do this. And looking at it have be very cold I guess. But Lady Justice we after a member does not age. And of course, working with her sister Lady Karma. Who is also very patient. The case apparently has been solved in his awaiting court. And it's now up to the court. With Reza's facing a court date for. Murdering of Johnson it's up to the courts to follow through and make sure Rachel. Gets the justice that she deserves. I hope you found this shade of blue interesting. Again. Try to be safe and secure. Keep washing our hands. Keep our social distance. In the coming weeks, Try to do something nice for somebody because. It'll make you feel better and make them feel better. I hope you found this episode. Five four two in the blue of interest. Come back next time, and we'll have hopefully something else. You might find if interest. And in the meantime, if you'd like to check out my web page Scott Lunceford author dot com, you can see some of the previous podcast and some links to get back to them. You can also check out some of my books and other information that's available on the website, and you can contact me or reach me through the contact page on the website as well you have comments, suggestions, or ideas for possible podcasts or research. Okay victorious. Just you've got the helm today. Go ahead and close us out. And we'll talk to y'all later. Thank you for listening. You have been listening to the five, four two and the blue podcast discussions of law, enforcement, history, issues and incidents in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond. Hosted by Scott Lansford. For more information on this podcast, go to Scotland for Dorothy DOT COM. There you can find a link to the podcast site and information on Scott's books, and how to order them. Scott can be reached through the message Portland on the contact page. This is Victoria for five, four, two and the blue. Thank you for listening to one end.

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Booth: A Hideous Dream | 16

1865

24:37 min | 1 year ago

Booth: A Hideous Dream | 16

"Lucy leave me alone. Lucy sty and not a dog to be chided when you're unsatisfied but I am not your property. Are you Robert Sleeper dancing. It was nothing look like nothing. Everyone saw you shove him including my father. How do you think your chances will fair with him now. The it'll make a difference once he's taking new Spain. How did you find out. Why didn't you tell me? Do you know why I don't want to be with Robert. Lincoln the real reason and I mean you're a part of it to be sure but don't flatter yourself into thinking that that's the some of it because Robert Behaves the way that you're acting right now. are nothing like him. Oh you have your plans. Don't don't you your visions of my future. Future is your happiness. Your future is your own happiness only to bow my head in subservience and do my duty and following. You know that's not even if it were what difference would make wants. Your father drags you across the Atlantic. What do you know exactly. I know that your father has taken a political appointment in Spain. Is there more to the story. There is a way I can stay. I would do anything keep you here not this. What is it Roberts Hint Christ it. How did you answer. I said Yes why play a game that we can't win. I mean if I made that we can. We can still still have this and you have mine. I mean this way you will you will have my bed my body and my heart is that not enough. I would have all all of you lucy. I'm no Robert Lincoln. No tyrant like your father or his. I would marry you or not Mary here you. If that's what you desire I would do anything you ask me but you're not you're locked away imprisoned by Robert by your father by these duties obligations and I am left here in despair asked anything Lucy and I will give it to you but do not make me live another day in this prison Mary me my father will never give us his blessing. 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That's the one you're listening to right now also add free and in addition to that supporters get transcripts annotated by the writers with more fascinating historical detail a free copy of the original score to eighteen sixty five and special bonus segments that dive deep into our characters history and motivations in their own words as read by the cast but I hope the best perk of becoming a support of the show is that you will be helping US create the next chapter after in our audio storytelling. There are so many stories to tell from seventeen sixty five to two thousand sixty five and your support is critical to our success so please go to eighteen sixty five podcast dot com and become a patron help us continue our work bringing history alive by going to eighteen sixty five podcast. ASK DOT COM MR Lincoln senator he'll will come in come in. Thank you Sir what brings you buy this fine April afternoon if you're here to call on Lucy I'm afraid she's not in no actually Senator Reid came to call on you. Is Everything all right. I want you to hear it from me and not from my father Robert. What's wrong. I'd like to call off the engagement engagement what why respect senator. My reasons are my own. Do you find Lucy unsatisfactory. No Sir far from it. I mean what is the issue. May I speak freely of course. I don't want to force her. I don't want her to be forced to marry somebody when she would rather be with somebody else else. I don't understand booth Sir the actor nonsense I expressly forbade it as she expressly ignored you sir. She doesn't want me. She wants him. Do you garden Mr Lincoln Garden turn. I've taken it up to help me pass the time. There's a plant I've read of cold good. King Henry grows in England no surprise there and like the Great King Henry in its infancy. The plant is prince since how weak and fairly useless but with potential because once matured the stock grows into a mighty King mm-hmm strong durable and reliable harvested year round sprouts and shoots in the spring grain in the form and leaves like spinach in the winter after that is what marriage is Mr Lincoln. It is not passionate in time my daughter's affections for you will grow and your marriage will be like a good King Henry strong Europe and`reliable. I wish I believe you don't have to believe it because Lucy has has no choice senator she will do you stay the course. Robert and you will reap you. Are you all right. Talk to me surrender so much stay. You can just walk away. It's time for the bloodshed to stop John War time for us to stop killing each other and move on all of us together to what to wear future future beautiful day outside come. Let's let's go for a walk. Sumitomo's hospital what you heard what I said. I don't know what you would be at the national no so he could be there to me. I didn't lie to you. Keep me away from him to to protect you say you can't protect him. Now no one can't you see he would name himself King of America and now the war one must must I sit back and suffer these poor fools these these the generates hideous sun and watch either by the help put the crown on his tired head tyrants extreme the snap of his finger he forsakes the constitution makes outlaws of half the nation and subjugates us into his preferred brand of slavery. Lori and you say tyrants a bit extreme life liberty and property. Don't you see what's happening. Don't you see what's to come who push for citizenship then he'll give him the vote. God knows follows an entire race of hopeless uneducated uneducated animals are turned loose on the could God fearing people this country. Lisa rendered Davis on the run. There's no stopping but as a common proof loneliness is young ambitions ladder where the climber up with turns his fame and when he wants obtains the utmost round he didn't the latter turns his back books in the cloud scorning the base degrees by which she did ascend so he may then less team may prevent since the coral color for the thing he has fashioned the dust that what he is augmented augmented would run to these and these extremities and therefore thinking as a serpent's egg which hatched would as his kind grow mischievous and kill him in the show John. You're scaring hiring me between the acting of dreadful thing and the first motion all the interim is like a fantasma or hideous dream no John John John come here no they didn't. I tell you stay away from me. You were at a speech. You heard what Lincoln said. I'm moving forward but I can't take the next steps without you is no next denecker since the ship. He's he's calling for nigger citizenship. There is no other alternative left. If this is the next battle in the war than the battle will have very dark and bloody and tragic ending for us that we could come by Caesar's spirit and not Dismember Caesar but alas Caesar must bleed for so I'll kill him. Boldly Surat covered dish fit for the gods not hugh him as a carcass fit for hounds. Only this isn't a play booth. I fear you you can no longer tell the difference. I want no part of this. I think they do two menu kidnapping plots. What do you think they did. Confederate spies is and blockade runners. You already are part of this is leaving suppose. I were to write a letter a confidential letter disclosing certain details about your wartime. I'm activities. You give me up. I prefer to appeal to your sense of loyalty. You can't not without putting yourself connected to the network. If I give them you give me immunity. I meant what I said before about the girl if you think I'm bluffing then go ahead and write your letter but you better make sure you kiss her goodbye. I because I don't make idle threats neither do I if you don't help me might tale won't be about you alone. There will be an entire chapter devoted to the unusually gracious hospitality extended by your mother so she has nothing to do with Mr decide so blood for blood is that I would rather shut Lincoln if we don't do this sounds dies everything. We've done everything we fought for. It will all be for nothing. Is that what you want. You know. It's not an helping please so I'll talk to my people but then I'm gone. You and I will never cross paths again Where will you go somewhere. No one will ever find me goodbye. Stay stay away from London. we go to night. How wear aware Ford's theater. You shouldn't be in the presidential box the first lady to I can't wait to see him. Get what's coming you. You won't see none of you will. What are you talking and if we kill Lincoln alone the North will still be standing on two legs Johnson waiting in the wings right behind him but if we cut off their head and we attack the limbs to will cripple them entirely. What are you suggesting we take out Johnson. The Secretary of state to Jesus nine of kind filed Asuka Hookah Fairly Johnson. I understand why seward why not that warmongering son of a Bitch Edwin Stanton President and vice president dead the process of electing a new president can only be set in motion by the Secretary of state so we we kill off three of them. There's no rule book for what comes next only electoral chaos and that's the stanton we can do no more than an Lincoln's arm and Lincoln's head is off. What do I need to do. SEWARD's bed ridden for the carriage accident can hardly walk get inside. The house run a knife across his throat considerate done. That's right. Do Johnson will be at his home. All night unguarded alone not exactly how I get in through the front door in defeat shut up or it'll be unlocked to trust me I I I sent him a gift to congratulate him on the North's victory more gift. The vice president has a bit of a weakness for the fairer sex so I sent him a lady the of the night to keep him company. She'll be there to let you in well at least go out with his whistle. Wet have a little respect all right the way he respects Mrs Johnson Johnson to hell with his expecting. You Send Lucy. Excuse me Lucy knock door. You keep her name out of your mouth. I that's undue wrong. He said whore Franz Not Hale's daughter. You think boosts going to let the vice president barrier fucking his fiancee. Did you not hear what the man just said. Hey those spit the venom it me I get it. I'm just clarifying for the German. Lucy has nothing to do with this so keep her name out of it. All of you understood yeah as far as you're concerned. That girl doesn't exist assist. You really think that's gonNA keep her safe. You don't know when to quit do you. I'm just saying the president murdered you think. Lincoln's people going to give a stake in shit whether or not Lucy's innocent to hell. They'll lock her up. Just count her letting you prick to help. You don't know her of clear. Failure is not an option gentlemen. You should know I've had a letter limited the national intelligencer I name you unless you all at what you do something like that. So the world knows what sort of men we art so they understand that God has put me here. Put Look all here not as butchers but as as instruments of his punishment claim what we've done and what we will do tonight if everyone does does his part will live his heroes in the south but if you don't you'll hang for treason Why did you give me your voice that you read my letter yes. Why didn't you burn answer the question. Why did you give me this. I may not see your yes. You made that perfectly clear by piece in the letter I will say no. Let her take it back. I know you love me. There are no words that you can speak or write down in a letter that will make me think otherwise no doubt you believe that you certainly made me believe it and you were all the more deceived. Believe me then what does that. What does that make me some sort of four for taking you at your word. We were knaves all believe if none of us believe that. I don't believe I don't believe this. This is alive during that letter. Everything do you hear what are you trying to protect me from. Horizons Beyond Sends Remembered Lucy Robert. Am I interrupting not at all. Enjoy your lesson missing. What's he doing here. Robert Actually don't tell me I don't WanNa know. I just can't tell you that I can't make regard lesson today. I plans with my family afford tonight. Yes meant to accompany my mother and father. Don't stay with means. Are you seeing Komo get no. What do you say to you. Nothing forget all about John Wilkes Booth Reverend. There is no threat to you at Mischie- trench you lease recollect you addressing might doctor and in my presence yes. I'm offering Mile Hawks and Johnston. She wants them with nothing. Augusta dear to your room smile the nasty base wear trench that you are not used lose to the South Good Society the battles of good society to turn you inside out to go six separate turrets uh-huh with Harold in John Webb render now we will take you down by four mm-hmm Christ. They could find bottom. If we hold out longer. Kill dead going out. You walk outside. If you don't shoot you on the spot they will string you up. Got Choice. Go on cow the whole damn world abandon in Washington. I'm sorry John Wilkes Booth speaking. There was a a man here who wishes to come out. Get the hell American example. There need me no more bloodshed on this day. You're for me. Boys will never surrender some down there Sir Makoto three one two three Dr Steven. We've ordered from Mr Stanton to keep them alive. There's no one around for miles. Then send writers quickly yes. I can't move my study. Mr Boothe till my mother died from my country. The doctors will be here soon. Raise up my best. You stay Razu up so I can see them. Please the easy easy uh-huh after being hunted like a dog through swamps woods and last night being chased by gunboats till I was forced to return wet cold and starving living with every man's hand against me. I am here in despair and Y for doing what Brutus was honored for what made tell a hero yet I for striking down a greater tyrant than they ever knew and looked upon as a common cutthroat. My action was pure than neither of. There's one hope to be great himself. The other had not only country but his own wrongs to avenge. I hoped for no gain. I knew no private wrong I start from my country and that alone a country that groaned beneath the tyranny and prayed for this end and yet now behold the cold hold hand they extend me guy cannot pardon me if I've done wrong. I cannot see any wrong acceptance serving a degenerate people in eighteen sixty five is an airship production featuring Montgomery Sutton Jessica Renee Russel Verney Stephen Walters Cameron Com Max Parman even Derek Phillips Tyson Reinhard Matthew Gray Tamdan. DDR Taylor Harris and Eric Hardship you created by Stephen Walters and Eric Archer directed by Robert McCulloch written by Stephen Walters executive producer Lindsey Graham Co executive producer Eric. 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Portrait Of: Esmeralda Santiago LIVE In NYC

Latino USA

23:47 min | 1 year ago

Portrait Of: Esmeralda Santiago LIVE In NYC

"Bonnie got up smiled and went out. The elegant woman stretched out her hand for me to shake. We will notify your school in a few weeks. It was very nice to meet you. I shook hands all around and backed out of the room. In a fog silent as pantomime the mine had taken my voice and the urge to speak on the way home. Mommy kept asking me what happened and i kept roaming. Nothing nothing nothing happened ashamed that after all those hours of practice with mrs johnson mr garrone and mr gatty after the expense expense of new clothes shoes and after mommy had to take a day off from work to take me to manhattan after all of that act i had failed the audition and would never ever get out of brooklyn <music> <music> from n._p._r. And food media if that you know u._s._a. I'm undone yesterday he though in for monday and today a portrait of asthmas alexa jago this is less than diarra in reading from her book. When i was puerto rican i interviewed the iconic writer back in december about her life and work today. We're bringing that conversation to you and the move to brooklyn new york for puerto rico at the age of thirteen and her writing touches on the two world. You can have it at growing up in her first book. When when i was puerto rican as one of the recounts her life as a young intelligent and curious puerto rican girl who suddenly finds her world up ended when she moves to new york uh-huh i sat down with asthma for live interview at the ninety second street y on the twenty fifth adversary of the publishing of when i was puerto rican as malda kicked off our event by reading an excerpt from her book some of which we heard at the top of the show she was describing how she felt felt when she bombed an audition to get into laguardia high school a famed arts high school in manhattan but she actually got in and in this next part she returns to her high school years after graduating and runs into one of her teachers who is also one of the judges at the infamous audition. She told me that the panel had asked me to leave that day so they could laugh because it was so funny disea- a fourteen year old puerto rican girl jabbering <unk> out a monologue about a possessive mother in law at the turn of the century the words incomprehensible because she went by so fast we admired she said the courage. It took to stand in front of us and do that and do what you did so you mean. I didn't get into the school because of my talent but because i had chutzpah we both laughed. Are any of your sisters and brothers in college college. No i'm the only one so far how many of you are there by the time i graduated from high school. They were eleven of us us eleven. She looked at me for a long time until i had to look down. Do you ever think about how far oh you've come. She asked no. I answered. I never stopped to think about it. It might jinx the momentum. Let me tell you another story then. She said the first day of your first year you were absent. We called your house. You said you couldn't come to school because you had nothing to wear. I wasn't sure if you were joking. I asked to speak to your mother and you translated what she said. She needed to go somewhere with her to interpret at first. You wouldn't tell me where but then you admitted that you were going to the welfare office. You were crying and i had to assure sure do that. You were not the only student in the school whose family received public assistance the next day you were here bright right and eager and now here you are about to graduate harvard. I'm glad that you made that call. I said said and i'm glad that you came to see me but right. Now i have to teach a class. She stood up as graceful as i remember take care one of these days the as we just heard you studied performing arts but now you're a writer. So when did he become a writer. We now know about the beginnings of you're performing career. I've had so many jobs. I was constantly trying to make a living and but i never thought that i would be a writer writer. I just i think i became a writer in the process of the many jobs had so many people that i met many experiences that i lived through do and began to write really when i realized that stories like mine were hard to find in the literature in the united state and i decided i was tired of being invisible in this culture so i started to write for that reason in high school or already none i was already a an adult already had children you know i i've always been a reader but i i was always aware that didn't exist in the literature talk of the united states and i found nicolaas more. I found billy thomas but that was pretty much good find at that time and then when i had children i realized my children are going to have the same kind of questions about why aren't people who who identify with perico. Why are we not visible in this country and and i began to write about my experience as a puerto rican the united states <hes> as a way of fixing that which i thought it was broken you've lived on the u._s. Mainland for a long time for decades now and you continue you to write about puerto rico including history and if you wrote like congress talladega and if i'm not mistaken one if not both of the books you're reading now our history books why continue to write about what are the regarding the u._s. Mainland and what about history excites you well. I write about what we go because we all know what's going on here. So i want to tell a story that hasn't been told old and i think everything that i read assist because everything's in the past. I'm not writing about. What's happening right now in my life so i i'm fascinated by. I'm fascinated by how how people think. History is something that people make or do or make up we make history by existing and moving and doing things making making choices and making demands ordering or decisions so i think that if because i feel myself as a person who's creating history just by existing. That's what i write about. I write about existence and about what happens. I'm fascinated by the people who are not in in the history and like my family you. If you look the literature of puerto rico it mostly was written by quite white literate educated spain descended people. You know very very few stories. Were written like mainly like my family like my parents and grandparents. You know number one. Most of them were illiterate because they'll illiteracy was very high in and in that part of the world but also nobody asked them about their lives. You know you are setting your nice suit looking at the wind river over there and in writing some romantic road to a he where they're walking across. Her hips are moving and all that the i. that he rita. I don't want that guy looking at me that way. I want him to see how hard it is to be out on that plowing field with the sun. You haven't eaten anything. That's the people i want to write about and those people didn't didn't exist in in our literature certainly not in the literature in english in the united states about puerto rican so i'm that generation that wanted to fix things you know. Also i wanna fix that too coming up on the u._s._a. My conversation with ezra la- san diego oh continues stay with us. Nothing rash us these days. Senator elizabeth warren is driving around iowa in an r._v. campaigning and on the backs. We have a huge sign that says honk if you want big structural change and according to warren it is getting attention we had truckers trucker's coming by and they were they were really on the big air horns and that was fun the n._p._r. Politics podcast hit the road to ask about all that structural changes calling for subscribe gripe to listen <music> and we're back as rather santiago join join me onstage last year for a live interview about her life and her work in addition to her most famous debut novel. When i was puerto rican she also writes historic nonfiction and and about her romantic life such as in her book the turkish lover we return to that conversation now i was rereading turkish lover and there was a sentence that i really love that was lost was a puerto rican afternoon humming with the proud cockle of a hen with chicks. The sudden loud thunder and pounding rain of a tropical squall loss was not feeling safe even in our own apartments. Your childhood was marked by hurricane season. You remember big league hurricanes. You recently went back to puerto rico after hurricane maria at what was it like to grow up with hurricanes and how did you see the island when you were just there as a child of the hurricanes of course are terrifying when it's happening not really because you're scared but because the adult are freaking out and so you don't own when you're a kid and then of course the very big one that i remember was santa clara. My brother was my my younger. Brother was like forty days old old. I remember it very particularly and i remember when we came out of our neighbor's home that there was it's nothing i mean. There was nothing left and you just can't even as a child like not even trees right there. You know like they're stunt. It used to be branches and there's no leaves and and you you can't understand what happened and then. I think the fear comes in because you're used i mean i remember you know you. Just you're hungry. You go get him and go or avocado or a banana and all of a sudden those those kinds of things were not available but also just how nervous and scared the adults were because they were supposed to take care of the children and we <unk> over sudden were very aware of the fact that they couldn't take care of us. There was something that i've never forgotten and how difficult the gold it was for them but you know that climate within a week things begin to flower it. Just the land was so fertile that very quickly as a child. I forgot that this had happened. But of course the parents are still dealing with this for months trying to recover bill the house. Get fresh water. Get food all those kinds of things that as a child so you don't really think about it it just kind of appears or you can just pick up the tree and so it's just important rico in october and now of course i i go there as an adult having a real sense of what happened there having spoken to many of my friends and it's a completely different different way of looking at the devastation because when you're a little kid. You don't think oh. I can't get mangoes anymore but then you realize when you're an adult and you realized the ecology has been devastated you know now i'm as afraid as my parents and the adults are on new work because they knew what was it's happening in a way that i didn't so you read a lot about the intimate relationships of your life and so inevitably you talk about the power dynamics between men and women i remember are in when i was puerto rican the time where you're paying teachers inappropriate with you then when you're a great uncle pinches your breasts and then gives you a dollar the the turkish lover with the entire book is about a relationship with a very controlling man. We're living right now through a moment in which women are demanding that men take greater responsibilities for their actions. I'm curious what you think about the metoo movement and if it's impacted the way that you look at your own work well. I think the metoo movement is great not a moment too soon. I think that it's really important to be able to be open about these experiences. This is because if you are woman who has who has been in some way approached in that way by predatory man you need to be able to acknowledge knowledge that that happened in your life because otherwise you carry it as a burden for the rest of your life with no understanding so i think it's really a great that women are coming forward and they're talking about this and they're giving up the shame of that experience and that's really important and for me when you talk about. I write a lot about my intimate life. Do i really do. I read your son. I'm like i can't look look at an xs facebook page. Let alone dwell on a moment like uncomfortable. I'm like when did she find the strength to write this well. You know sometimes sometimes you. I think there was a point in my life. I don't know when it happened to tell you the truth but there was a moment in my life when i just gave up shame name for a lot of things that i had no control over. How do we get there when i don't know what happened i really. I think it's maturity. I think it's age which i think it's also realizing that well you know an example. I have a twenty year old niece who's very much a young woman and she's very very very concerned about what her cohorts think about her. What she wears out she behaves or whatever you're not going to know these people in a few in years. Why are you worrying about them. They are not gonna be in your life. I can say that now but of course when i was her age i was freaking out over worrying the right thing and all that kind of thing but when you get a certain point in your life you realize you know those things are really not that important and that there are people who are going to be in your life for the rest of your life and those people you treasure value respect the new your with right and then there's a lot of people then oh cares what they think you know and so we got to that point where i don't care. I think a lot of the humiliations that i had when i first came to the united states i it was because i was ashamed kind of the way that people are responding to me and i wasn't realizing that wait a second the things that i'm doing a really good you know. I'm working really hard to learn english to have a job to be educated to do all these positive things and all these people are saying nasty things about me. This is not about let me there's about them because this up their problem. I'm not going to worry about but it's a process of reaching that point and and i i wish i had a i could do that and say but you have to find that place in your own life and make that decision and it really he is a decision i think because when you give up shame you also give up a lot of people because they make you feel bad but you get used to feeling bad from that person person and so after awhile you just going like why am i spending my time with this person make no sense. I don't think anyone has learned learn to read as many times as i you learn to read spanish and puerto rico in your child than you came to the united states and you learned to read read in english and then nearly ten years ago you had a stroke and you lost the ability to read and write and then regained it. I'm curious for those who don't know the story of what happened to your stroke if you could talk a little bit about that and then what have you learned about learning through this process yeah well. I just woke up one day and i couldn't understand anything that was that i tried to read one of the first things i do. In the mornings i read the paper and i realized i have no idea is written written in what languages and called my doctor of course and they discovered that i had a very size of head head head of a pin stroke and it affected only the reading and writing comprehension so i could write anything anything. I had no problems writing but i didn't know i couldn't read. It and i didn't know that what i was writing made any sense because they couldn't understand it but i did did at a very early stage. I realize that understand everything that was said to me so i said well you know i started listening to audio books and because i have to read do otherwise i would die and and so i realized that one point i kinda like the same thing happened to me. When i came to the united states i could look at a book and i didn't understand what it said. You know i have to do the same thing and my doctors told me you know. The brain is elastic and it can find other ways to to do the same thing so that's i basically started to learn how to read and write again the way i would have when i was a little kid writing with a primer and just little by little until i was able to understand simple concepts and then went on until i was able to do the whole thing but it was a process you know one of my favorite aspects of the story. You did a piece on latino u._s._a. About this that you had a friend who brought you a stack of newspapers yay yea friend yeah when i told them when where it happened he you know he called me and i told him we'll be tapping and and so i'm coming over you know and so he showed showed up with a stack of magazines like this and at the very top is something like a children's books children's stories and then tiger be and then people magazine and good housekeeping at the very bottom was a new yorker so he said you just start at the top and when you get down there you know that you are okay and i thought it was a wonderful you know and there was a point in my life. When i know way too much about britney spears and just yeah i had i really knew the culture all the affairs i read all but it was a wonderful it was a wonderful idea and he was an educator and it was very smart but he did that and that and i'm a good student so i did that and you know. What did i learn about learning. I learned that you didn't learn anything at any point. If you apply yourself and if you believe that you can do it. I think i was very fortunate. I didn't have massive massive muscular issues with my stroke so i really concentrate. How do i understand things and pitted. Thank you for joining us for our live event which marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the publication of her book. When i was puerto rican <music> this episode was produced by sarajevo and edited by sophia by car but let the u._s._a. Team includes marina maggie feeling and genesee. I'm oka- held this week from engineers stephanie lebow and julia caruso production she manager isn't that are new york. Foundation ignite fellow is one that would you guess and we also have to say a fond goodbye to our outgoing fellow just reading good luck in your next endeavor stress. We are very proud of you. Our interest lucas other jonathon got special. 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Boris tells Trump to 'Dial it down' over Iran; Harry and Meghans possible future home; Plus BTS x Serpentine collaboration

The Leader

15:28 min | 10 months ago

Boris tells Trump to 'Dial it down' over Iran; Harry and Meghans possible future home; Plus BTS x Serpentine collaboration

"From the Evening Standard in London. This is the leader. Yeah Hi David. Moslims Police Johnston told America and Iran to dial it down and make a deal. Mrs Johnson. Some did praise. Trump has a great deal maker now. Deputy political editor Nicholas Cecil on the prime minister's surprise intervention into US politics. Also the ones ones I saw. Were pretty massive. You know these amazing beautiful wooden structures often light mansions with various entrances for for boats to more and platform phone superior to dive off and Barbecue Gardens. Terrace we speak to. Es Magazine Editor in chief lower. We're about her time in the same area. Harry and Meghan a bottling fourteen eighteen million dollar mansion while their future is finalized. And it's a very unusual move and you can see why the Serpentine said yes South Korea's bt acid the biggest boy band in the world. Why are they collaborating with London? Sapin time on a massive all project. The Standards Robert Decks explains taken from the evening. Standard's editorial call them. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper or head to standard DOT CO DOT UK slash comet in a moment Nikola sessile on Boris Johnson's appeal to the US. And around. Boris Johnson's calling for the nuclear pact with Iran to be replaced with a new trump deal in an interview with the BBC. He says it's time to dial down tension in the Middle East after the US. Assassination of Iranian Indian General Qasim Sulejmani a deputy political editor Nicholas. Cecil is covering the story. Nicholas this seems like quite a surprising intervention. Boris Johnson's language which has certainly caught people in diplomatic circles by surprise because on the face of it he appears now to be pushing the idea of replacing the JCP la which is the nuclear agreement. Struck in Twenty fifteen between Tehran and major world powers. Now if you contrast this with the language of Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb who tweeted just a few hours later on this issue and there does seem to be a difference in emphasis as Mr Rob is talking hear about preserving the nuclear deal this morning. He announced that Britain France and Germany had triggered a dispute resolution mechanism for it breaches by your arm of the nuclear deal and he stressed we want to bring you on back into full complaints and preserve the deal is Boris Johnson acknowledging knowledge that the current nuclear deal with Iran is over. I would not go quite so far this stage and say that Britain regards. JCP as dead but it is certainly certainly in a critical condition after Donald trump pulled the US out of it in two thousand eighteen and hopes are not high terror will fall back into line just because the he dispute resolution mechanism has been triggered. A Don't think there's much confidence in Whitehall or Washington a new deal can be struck by Mr Trump. Certainly he not sued both options reviving the JCP LA or striking a new deal hugely challenging but the alternatives are very bleak. The West is determined to stop Iran getting nuclear weapons but was desperately wants to avoid a new Middle East war which could be triggered by military strikes at Iranian. You Ain't nuclear facilities. Mrs Johnson did praise the Sta. Trump has a great deal maker and he seems to be seeking coach to find a way to break the deadlock while the West also keeps pressure on Tehran. To find a way out of the current crisis. Let's turn to domestic issues. What's the prime minister said? The chances of a brexit deal this year in typically colorful language Mrs Johnson said it was ethically likely a comprehensive deal would be me week by the end of December suggesting this would happen unless was what he called a complete failure of common sense but he stopped short of a cast. Iron guarantees of a comprehensive trade deal which many experts say is almost impossible to achieve in such a short timescale so on the chances of a new Iran nuclear deal or a comprehensive EU UK trade. Deal by the end of the year. I certainly would not bet on either. The next sense I'm getting is they. They want to achieve a lifestyle that slightly more progressive slightly more blatantly matic and I feel like yes. They could live in Vancouver Island. Laura wheel on the allure of Vancouver Island the Bolt Hole. Where Harry and Meghan GonNa stay in and could move to longtime and not knowing what might be around the Corner Vancouver Island Tourist Agency destination? British Columbia sales area has a place as for those who enjoy doing things differently. It's where Harry and Meghan were holidaying immediately before announcing they want to quit being senior royals. And it's where the Evening Standard's revealed. Harry will fly to before the end of the week to be with his wife and their son Archie. So Fan Couva island in a mansion by the waterfront as where the couple will be while it's decided a highly live the rest of their lives but could it be right there. He S Magazine's editor in chief Laura wheels written for the paper on the time she spent on the same cappella. God was Heidi and Megan will be and she's with me now. Laura what's it like yes so I spent a year in Vancouver actually when I was twenty one years sold for reasons. I'm sure we'll get onto later. And I spent a lot of time in the Vancouver City mainland and then I- holiday with new friends I had made in the city up in the archipelago Just north of the city which is which includes Vancouver island various other islands. It is one of the most speech were places I've ever been in my life. It's very relaxing the pace of life slows right down beautiful landscapes. Incredible fresh air so lots to love about it in the column. You talk about these caverns. Tell me about those. Because they're not. Why would expect to be a bit of a cabin much watch like anything? They're SORTA varying degrees of the sizes of these properties. And they call them cabins because I think when Parents of the friends that I may adot in Vancouver when they fast built these cabins. They wear essentially cabins and many of them. I think Portland on these islands when they were in their late twenties. Easily therapies in the name of the year these parents have built these bigger properties. And now we're seeing out in Vancouver Island and across the other islands yes. Smaller cabins is but the ones I saw. Were pretty massive. These amazing beautiful wooden structures often like mansions with entrances for boats to more and platform foam people to dive off and Barbecue Gardens and terraces and they are decorated beautifully and very in keeping with this Canadian. A great outdoors. Lots of it would But they are in there as there are small properties but there are also astronomically. Huge properties. Are there this. Sounds like the kind of lifestyle that I particularly take. Your Liberty would quite enjoy. So you've got that kind of rural atmosphere but if you wanted to quit Fleiss to La exactly exactly. And I think that's why I'm making a real case for Vancouver because obviously we. We don't know if it's going to be Vancouver or Toronto which is where making has Filmed during during much of her career in the Sitcom seats that was based out in Toronto. But the great thing about Vancouver. It's name is little Hollywood. There are various Tax Benefits NFL. I think to filming a lot in Vancouver. It's very hospitable to the creative industries so you see a lot of films being made there and like you said short flights to allay as well for For the actress You know she may not want to carry on that part of her career but it's very accessible to The paciest side side of life but then also offers a sort of sanctuary. which which I think is kind of the best both worlds you can just imagine? I mean I did about you though. But sometimes when I'm on holiday they'll be in some big partial tale of relatively cheap airbnb. No quite like this but looking out and going to I could live here. You can imagine that con- It could they live there. I I mean I could I mean I it would. It would be a huge departure from the lifestyle that they lead now but I think the interesting thing is. I'm getting the sense I'm getting is they. Want to achieve much like many People I know a lifestyle that slightly more progressive less kind of rugged to one place slightly more globally nomadic crossing times irons not feeling wedded to one location. And I feel oh like yes. They could live in Vancouver island if they really did want to retreat. I mean I is quite isolated but equally Vancouver self provides that again the best of both worlds to be able to have that kind of rural escape but then also be connected to a city as well. And if you want to find out why Laura was there. You'll have to read our article in the newspaper or online at standard dot co two K.. DNA by one of the biggest selling singles of modern times around three million copies sold. The videos also had more than nine hundred million views news on Youtube. The K pop under at the height of their incredible success and their next release is an art. Exhibition the Serpentine Gallery in London. Part of a global noble project announced by the Group editorial column. Thinks it'll be a hit if you haven't heard of Bt 's you will soon when they loss S. came to London they storm the Oh to now they're growing up. As big bands often do back in the sixties the Beatles went from op-ed kids to Sitar strumming drumming philosophers in the time it took them to go from. Please please me to rubber soul now. BTS are revealing their intellectual Soosai to by teaming up with the Serpentine Gallery as part of a global ought project. London is getting Catharsis by the Danish artist last year. Cobb could Stinson which is supposed to provide an environment. Three which view is can redefine their relationship to nature. It sounds lovely even even the tranquillity doesn't last long ten thousand screaming teenage fans in Kensington Gardens. Should see to that are asked the Robert Taxes here that Robert just to put this in perspective of sold more than forty million records. That last tour was seen by more than one point. Five million people. They are the biggest boy band in the world. And now they're doing an Arctic's Bisham. It's an unusual move for pop pop at its very unusual move you can see why the Serpentine said. Yes though I mean as you site. They are huge if you ask any gallery. What they want they want people through the doors on talk about they want people through that doors who don't know become through doors and bts and their fans lines bites and by simply saying we're doing this with the Serpentine? They will increase their audience begins. They will diversify their audience hugely. It's absolute no brainer for the gallery. What are they doing? They've employed curators. Who is in turn employed? Some of the curator's Reuters Hervey turned commission about twenty two artists to do five very large scale. Public free works. So how much exactly they have to do with with it. You'd have to ask them not me. But now given that buck into these works on for the Serpentine Chosen Dinesh Artists who's based in a huge digital recreation ancient North American forests It looks astounded. I'm quite why they've done. If you visit the show there will apparently be a message from beatty s explaining what they want to do. And I think it's just a classic pop bond as you say they're massive when Papa John's get massive going right brought to the Beatles and the stones they get bored with just putting out records and playing gigs and I think what else can we do. We have all these fans. These people listen to US take off make films films are they so fashion ranges apple records is the Beatles did PTSD decide to get into contemporary one and some of the people they are walking with you mentioned on the artist Davis People like Anthony Golden. There's a bit of a rockstar himself. Isn't he indeed. I mean they they they have gone for for big serious players like this uptown in an like Antony Gormley Owen is using lots and lots of aluminium. Choose to create what he calls a live join on the Brooklyn Bridge. She New York And that's the of its London is new. York is Seoul I guess where would you find. People have the international reach. Can you find it now. Where else but put music? They have outraged their funds. All over the world so they can pull people to all these different locations. Once you hit a certain level of fame you have a genuine influence in genuine power and it's really interesting the enact by bts is using that to drive people towards art. Isn't it that must speech. That's too that credit it so I mean th they could you know as we also input bonds get to that level you can also spend all you need to know the things Nelson and your career quite quickly Klay so now all all credit to them. I think it does fit in with the Sunday. Think the Serpentine is extremely visual. is digital technology. A and don't have to go with seven hundred fifty. It will be online which weren't quite the same experience still be worth doing. And that fits in with all their pail. You know if you you alright. Huge Pot bond. You have strong visual appeal. You now have mustered the digital wealth to reach your fans. I'm so is playing to their strengths. If you look we know during the video message but what bts founds onto no and I know this love and listen to the leader up. Are they going to be there. There was a video message for people that were there this morning. whether they'll go there in the future I think they've got till the end of March pro show closes asylum. We will see talk. Talk to pop icons Bob Dylan how to show win a mayfair gallery a couple of years ago. He wasn't there for the opening but they did say he did pop in and stroll around while nobody was watching Where the BTS S. component stroke aren't anywhere while now he's watching is probably different muscle and Salita subscribe to make sure you never miss an episode? And you can rate and share us to back tomorrow at four PM.

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S5E2 - She Fought Alone [Part 1] (Featuring Katie Walsh)

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

1:46:12 hr | 1 year ago

S5E2 - She Fought Alone [Part 1] (Featuring Katie Walsh)

"You're listening to season five of mother. May i sleep real podcast. I'm your host molly math. Hey guys we're doing. She fought alone tonight. This is a movie that i know a lot of you. Guys have wanted to hear for a very long mm time gigantic trigger warning at the top of the show. This is a really upsetting movie. My guess is katie. Walsh this is this is not the order that that you normally do a trigger warning in. She's not a part of the warning awarded woman that i wanted to bring on to talk about this movie. That's it's a delicate subject. I have had other guests. Start this movie and be like hey. This isn't appropriate for me and i'm like t- like for knowing that about yourself. Well thank you because not everyone knows you know what i mean but this is a movie that i saw when i was much much younger many years ago probably we back in like the nine zero two one zero days when tiffany. I'm brian austin green were at the peak of their popularity but also i think in a real life. Relationship is some serious chemistry. Yeah i mean it's all happening but i also we'll talk about the bigger like implication this movie movie ending in like a romeo and juliet type situation. This whole thing is spoiler alert is this podcast is one be alert but yeah yeah. It was a good movie. I do think both tiffany amber and brian. Austin green are registered republicans. If i take own i mean honestly i'm just hurling an accusation very early about that when i was watching this movie tiffany phinney why i don't think so i'm going to give her the benefit of the doubt i will say brian austin green possibly a republican. I wouldn't put a pastime jean. Kane is let me down. Yeah yeah dean dean. Lets you down like it's really downhill. Go back and i do want to again apologize for saying that rob. Lowe is is a republican ones on this podcast and also if you're a republican listening you know i really just need to get to know your heart so right in explain this this movie is according to i m d about a girl who finds herself shamed a small rural town after being raped by a football player her boyfriend her mother and her lawyer all try their best protector. The local high school put a stop to the harassment. I think that's a decent explanation case on here but he's not her. Oh boy friend one. He's not her boyfriend to. He does nothing right. Heaping is trash. He is a piece of trash so many notes answer like am. I supposed to forgive this mother fucker oh because his mom is disabled and he brought her fruit like i'm supposed to forgive his actions as home movie view but i will say this lake you know i'll just speak from personal experience like i had a close knit group of friends in high school. I've told this story before in the pod hard geysers. I really honestly i would die if there's someone who's like molly and fucking tired hearing on sexual assault story like by the way i'd like totally. I love that if that's happening but also like what's wrong with you. I'd like this really tight. Group of girlfriends and one of my friends boyfriends runs sexually assaulted me at schools more of just like a a. I had brazil my body but it was not like i mean it was sexual in nature but he didn't like certainly not raped me or anything and also it was like i kind of i mean he is jase type. I guess looking back i'm like why would you have done that and i'm like oh. He's probably a jas type. Jason's like diet american psycho in this movie diet american psycho. He's so he's a poor man's like patrick bateman one hundred percent but this is the part where wags furiously like his legs us holder starting so soon and some foley he's old so anyway like did basically like my senior year. I lost my entire friend group. See i on my one friend who actually wound up marrying. My cousin and it's it was traumatizing absolutely was full. I was fully ostracized as you said something yeah because i went to the my boyfriend like encouraged me to go to the school authorities or whatever sure my mom did not encourage me to do that. She thought i shouldn't have done that because it was gonna. Make it tough on me and i will say honestly eli. I understand her p._o._v. It's probably not like the current thing people would say now but i think based on her experience. Which is something that's very mirrored in this like movie and also very true about reporting anything in general like fat chance anyone believes you and they will do anything they can to discredit you yeah because implications or two huge especially when it's like a young man in his life whatever and in his please out forever like i was very triggered about brad kavanagh throughout this whole thing as well but <hes> yeah basically i will say like this. Was you know this is a real story like not. Just you know like to a lot of women out there air but to me so i felt that you know every woman you know you know. We all have our situation. I thought katie will be a great guest to have on because not only. Are you like just another woman but you're like an actual film. Criti- i've so sad i do feel like i failed our audience by i'm not picking like some big haley dove mugs and jugs style. That's what we call it. You know i love hailey duff moment. She's my favorite marin erin lifetime actress but we won some deep shit and i think you're the appropriate person to go through this way. I am honored to talk about. She's fought alone for the uh-huh mother may sleep with podcast audience good macho expert movie actually a very good movie. It's very good now. I will clarify that. This was not not a lifetime original. This was made for n._b._c.'s similar to twisted desire that we did. I believe in season two daniel van kirk which was starring melissa melissa joan hart as most heart in <hes> who's the other ninety s hong that was in that tweeted at me but yeah that was an also an n._b._c. movie that was frequently rerun on lifetime and i do love now a._b._c. Family does like some nice crossovers. Okay wars film of all time see how i watch it every night for two years when i was falling abed to find about it and i had like a a friend that i shared in next netflix account and she was so fucking concerned about just say why is always like halfway. Does she really sorority wars again. Molly like there was like a two month period where i did modest sorority girls and then i came back to it in she was like oh my god like one coming back for a sweet sweet taste that smack i don't know about you. I fell asleep to the same like twelve audio books. I had every single night when i was a kid when you had like audiobooks octaves so that version of that so there's not a lot ought to make fun of in this movie you so. I'd like to focus at the very top on some i._m._d._b. Fun yeah. There are some incredible credible well one. I noticed that you know i listened to a couple episodes like the people who worked on this. They work. They buck yeah daily. It's christopher leach the director. He does a lot of this stuff. The screenwriter i actually was was like this is pretty. Well written also did rain wolf to this director teen wolf too. He's done some c._s._i. Yeah we don't we respect only in this house. Yeah and i noticed he did a couple like seventies movies. His first couple movies were like studio movies theatrical features and then he he he went into the t._v. Movie game and i'm just like you know what that guy probably has like two houses from this tv movie. He's he didn't alfred hitchcock presents. He's been working yeah. Oh in oh my god you remember the live action beauty in the b. show when we got real with gabe geico fabio but he looks like a lion yeah. Was that ron perlman it might have been but i will tell you look it up. It was ron costs lau. The ron's yeah wanted the big runs. You know when iran so no truly look this man luka goddamn lion any lived in the sewer. Were you know what i do. Remember that show yeah. I don't think i ever saw it but i remember like the previews for it. Yeah like i had a single mom who let me stay up late sometimes like while she was doing laundry or whatever and so i've seen episodes of beauty and the beast and it shook me as a child and he did several episodes of that. He's at a really successful career now. Let's go to miss tiffany amber thesis in this way i can tell the story of how he chose his film and the malaria's oh oh yeah okay hot and by bag so molly and i are texting about what movie we're gonna do and she goes okay let's do she fought alone on the tiffany amber movie. I'm like great. That's awesome in the next day. She's like let's say the tat and bag movie what's and bag. It's called tat and bag and she's she's like no tiffany. I'm brian austin green. We didn't beat the like if someone yelled at me across the street debut like only okay. Oh you know oh you know to love that so much hat and bag gotten bag. It's like also that'll come up a lot because it's like in my notes consistently because as we say on this show a lot it can be really hard to discern these different people's names especially. If you're watching on a janke janki asks you to write and also they never say each other's names. I was caitlyn to halfway through the imam. Her name avon rose avon rose was brought up in the last like i was like why wasn't this movie called avon rose's daughter. That is a movie. I be lay von. Roses is a isn't it a bold choice for like someone who never gets called that absent absolutely in for a person that could have used that you know like we we knew that she was like not nose sort of a a loose girl in high school. She would have thought of it in her mind. We knew that i didn't know what she owned a dress shop till like the second to the last scene. They even picked that have a lot of good details. I maybe that's where she got the backpack. Yeah listen slow flo back. I thought she knew i dunno later on the principal like dishes her dresses. She's like oh. She sold cheap dresses. I was like well guess who knows to show up with a sunflower backpack for her daughter before she leaves her junior college but that actually makes sense because <hes> caitlyn tiffany's costuming assuming and this is really wonderful it well this is low so like the benefit of being an n._b._c. movie is that they went like everything was bigger. The sets were better like the different homes they use. They didn't look artificial was shot in real homes production design on point yeah absolutely they had cranes for days. The other thing is like interesting because we just watched queen size with nikki blonde ski last week and bay blew it out on the music budget budget and they bought one song for this movie and it was run around by blues traveler but they bought two blues traveler song. Oh is it a vernalis travelers on it because i initially thought it was the same song i'm like oh. They're really working that blues traveler license and then i was like await. No it's the other blues traveler single but i do want to talk about the soundtrack because it is bizarre angers so yeah it goes in between unlike the beach boys simulation surfer music like i just get cut traveler and also like the blues travelers signifies it's like happy moments and so when we first here run around when she's hanging out with even for the first time and she like they have that weird moment where he he likes agrees with her about the movie theater which is corny and then <hes> at the end when she's leaving. They play the one that's like telling yeah. I know i'm like kicking myself for not knowing what it is. I think it's a difference on but i'm also not going to lie to you on simultaneously looking up when john goodman became became obsessed with blues traveler and they started doing they are huge blues. Traveler run on roseanne nearly dominated the previous season. He said if people did not live through the nineties they don't understand how important blues traveler as i also think that this movie that that really signifies the authenticity of the time period you know when people do ninety stuff now. They don't get that people were so many fucking vests in the nineties. Oh everywhere there are vests in every frame of this movie. Yeah i mean there would be vest. That weren't even like separate vest they. He just came attached. Young sleeve die where we came through with a lot of vests. Yeah i had a vest that had green apples on one side and yellow apples on the other side fine announced a denim vest that i would like where with a flowery dress <hes> that i had a long loose like kind of hippie flowing. You're from san francisco right like that earns you from <hes> in the virgin islands which means we got trends very late. Oh my god wait really you're from the virgin. How how did you get here. I went to college in connecticut and i went to grad school in l._a. The says how was your childhood that sounds so like it was it is it is exotic. It was beautiful. It's idyllic. It's <music> but it's like a tiny small town <hes> that you cannot drive away from oh for sure that these people this can relate a lot to this experience orient this movie right so every time that bag even it's like. I just wanted to get on the road dragged away from this town. Really leave felt that as a teen growing up in the virgin islands yeah stay wild turn aching to get away but like isis stinkier from san francisco scotches have a cool vibe. I would've assumed you were east coast but then i was like no. It's in your head leg. She's always like whenever i feel like there's like several people i'm always like wait. Where are you from <hes>. I'm from like you know like san francisco. Don't forget. I'm reason i thought i had filed it away. In meltzer k. saint-croix always takes people by surprise. Wow absolutely i mean i know people. Live there especially your round around but i just <hes> it's like so you know i've only heard about people going there on vaca- yeah it's it's inquiry is like it's not is is <hes> touristy saint thomas saint john but it's a little bit more but like bohemia and lived in and like a livable residential but yeah i mean it does have like an ex expat population of people from the states i mean my parents are from the states. Just move there and it's a u. S. territory so it's like you know it's easy to move there but yeah i mean i mean my parents still live there. My god i moved there you totally can do. They have chili's no. I don't know where i'd worked fan but i you bartend or like okay. You know i think that life would be. I think like once you're at a certain age. You can't bartend unless you're sober. You know what anything's possible in saint croix. It's pie right. We're already for a second act at any time. Yeah speaking of second second acts not leah romy or jaylo but tiffany decent whose career is at many turns. Let's start out with where she began. Okay she had her. I will ever on levin tv series which her role was a girl. It was in one thousand nine hundred nine. I was four years old whose whose shrunk saturday warning. I've heard of that. Don't remember charlton charge. You could forget married with children valerie. I remember her getting famous off of that verschoor and then she was on all of saved by the bell starting back in eighty nine as well so she's super famous. I kill her amongst friends. That was a movie. We've done on this show. I think and she's fucking famous man and now she's. She did a show called election kate. Are you familiar. Oh that's like a is that an animated show my friend rights on that. No it's like a netflix. Kids like kid show lifelong best friend. The lexin katie are eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. The pows confront a crisis. Is that leaves them feeling like outsiders time would seems to matter most is fitting end yeah yeah. It's it's obviously a waie show but it's not animated but i do. I have some friends who right on alexa and katy. We'll tell you i i would love to write on a kid's tv. Show yeah the one opportunity i had. I'm so glad i didn't take <hes> guys blind item but you know i'm glad that tiffany's still working. I'm glad that he's getting some jobs. I'm happy for anyone you know especially when she's america's sweetheart like. I don't think we have a scandal digits cooking show or something. She looks cooking being youtube. Show or something probably i. I mean haley duff dead. If that's the hang i also that she was in dusk till dawn to texas blood money which i've never heard of but now i desperately need to see. That's how i felt about. Laurie laughlin garage sale miseries. I was like anthony like she's getting canceled. Just in time for me to find out about the dope show i've ever heard so this guy brian. Austin green knots knots landing in highway to heaven. I think most people would agree was his first like main jumpoff. He was also on an episode of good morning miss bliss which was the original name of saved by the bell so he was there for the original that he also was on saved by the bell the college years of course we all know him mostly from nine. Oh two one oh and he also is still still now working on the new two zero which you guys like literally halmi like i would do anything to be on h. Two we we you. I heard some sketchy blind items that there's some weird stuff going on with with be brian austin green. Maybe his wife is like a scam or something or girlfriend socks. No they got divorced there like he's with someone else now. I need to find this weird sketchy twitter account. I follow <hes> that said there was like some sketchy stuff like his his girlfriend or something. He's like involved in like m._l._m.'s ponzi schemes. Oh like nexium axiom. I fucking hope so. I'm nexium call for years. I've been hiding it from you both in nexium <hes> so then let's talk about isabel happen and i love this because this is one like we already had some crossovers with charles charge we already had some crossovers with you know saved by the bell now we got to get into the mom isabella hofmann who plays avon rose and we have an early crossover from her which is truly this is the fucking fucking derek jeter's herbie tree of life humor note. I'm talking about the derrick jeeter petri. I can only assume from the big gawker like memed that it was like you know everyone in hollywood that is septa derek jeter and everyone who's up with them. Lifetime has their own version of just like crossed resumes so she was also on beauty beauty and the beast. She was also on come on now. You saw a bunch of them twisted desire which we spoke about earlier. She was also also on issues on touched by an angel. My god she also was on suits starring megan markle which is what the detective we spoke about keith macaque me. He was on a movie. He played in a movie called went sparks fly playing it now but yeah. There's a the water of lake. I loved the <hes> good old hollywood <hes> incestual nece that takes place both on and off screen. I know it's like they all have worked together and then actually one of you know i. I wonder how many people are like. Hey yeah get him in our get her iran or like the beasts like she was great to work with like i do think there is such a thing in hollywood of that person is professional. They're nice we we like having them onset like get them in. We feel yeah. I feel that one hundred percent and do you want to know what else i'm thinking is going on here. Yeah so jessica robertson son who played the younger sister judy whose name i thought was jenny any joe joe like i thought her name was everything before i finally in the last act of the movie was like it's fucking judy. She's now a producer a well yeah and i do. She did something called home home and family very recently two thousand twelve two thousand fifteen which is like pretty recently for someone who's only done a few things on lifetime. That's a happy ending. I feel they she needs to be ushered in some people in her life yeah and the other thing that i saw i did a deep dive on david lipper. I think the guy's name amos who plays jay z. I hate him. We hate jas. He's horrible awful gave clipper. You stan no i. I read his i._m._d._b. Bio which i'm i'm obsessed with corky i._m._d._b. Which like i think people right themselves more like somebody else wrote and you can tell that they wrote them but he said that he the <hes> was on a pilot with tiffany season <hes> giovanni ribisi my boyfriend hilary swank guy and him and it was called like reality check and the pilot didn't go but then he played the rapist and and <hes> she fought alone but i'm like someone he's unearth this this pilot. I need to see this pilot. I think all the time. I'm like what where did all the pilots. Let's go you like all those fucking pilots. I need to see it. I know what could've been. I'm sure it was like nine. Hundred ninety four like pure nineties insanity with giovanni rabin hilary swank who's like a huge star at that point in time way more bankable than hilary swank multiple oscar winner now. It's just it's just so hilarious and think about. I know because of the way that our industry is like structured. It would be impossible for warner brothers to release the d._v._d. Compilation of all the pilots they'd go because the directors wouldn't get their points or something but if i fucking owned warner brothers would make sure that that i had full rights to distribute that years later especially when all the people got famous. There's some money in that honey in the public would love it as well. Can i tell you one thing that i just had like a minor panic attack about please. Please jas played viper on my sister. Jodie sweden's television was on full house does and fuller house. I am laid d._j.'s boyfriend a yeah viper the real bad boy bad boy stuff i couldn't i couldn't wow i really took my breath away and then it also viper from full house pitches to net flix tv movie in two two thousand six. Was this like a short. They did just to netflix doesn't six like two thousand sixteen yeah. Does it says it was like <hes>. It looks like a one day. Make one video pilot. Jansher diligent puts it on their thing. I know i truly i really believe that. David lipper wrote his own i._m._d._b. Bio or maybe his agent or something like that person because at the andes like it says something like he's got some stuff in the works for twenty nine thousand nine that super exciting of stay tuned and can i tell you what am i can't wait to see what david lipper has in the hopper. Our katie is starting to sound a lot lay a fucking wrote this bio and are trying to just like throw it under the buzz so there's no association i wrote his is by like. Are you getting paid under the table to write fat as resume i._m._d._b. Shit like a little vague so it seems like they wrote it when i go to mac. Can i get my makeup donnie. Just fuck up the eyeliner a little bit on one side so i did it myself. You know what i am available to write your i._m._d._b. Bio i will take minds of currency to tiny probably shop at you as a consultant on the website so let's go over the trivia before we get into the movie tiffany and and brian were also lovers beverly you with a fuck wrote de also lovers in beverly hills to winnow nine hundred ninety ninety as well as in real life that is like person. I'm sorry as well as in real life like get the you don't know these people the actress please tiffany's doctor sure who examined her after her rape is john mansfield her father on saved by the bell. I grow i am home. Tom fuck. I'm so upset. Oh we believe this is why you literally can't go on vacation way to one more day to to your shit like i am going to pass away that i just read that the first time only god knows the guy who gave her rape. Kate was her dad on. He is not to say that like if that for god like you know your dad's a doctor in that happens but like i just again this cross pollination hollywood way. It's really good. Show you think tiffany was like you know what i really feel comfortable with john like he he should like ugly. The doctor who gives me the rape yeah like that actually is truly early like we should stress this at happened so much like this is how people work okay we go to the next german isabella hofmann who please the mother of tiffany. Thesis character also plays the mother. I'm brian us and greens onscreen love interest in the movie on what father i read that wrong and i thought that she played his love interest uh-huh honestly. It's none of it's great did them by the way like this way i mean it is rape like just say the word. I agree one one time. Did you ever hear that this american life episode where the referred to rape as unwanted sex it was like back in the day and i like literally like can you just stay the fuck and word. I like got so upset about it so i don't know why shocks me. I think probably because it should shock me every time i read it but anyway this is david lipper in liber rapes tiffany season in this film and she cried no nineteen ninety-six mark paul gloss gosling tiffany's co star in saved by the bell nine hundred ninety nineteen eighty-nine boyfriend rate david's co-star in full house girlfriend candace cameron beret. This film takes place in high school with a ladder. Film takes place in college. Oh john this other one side. God ore onscreen boyfriends raped the one t._v. Movies i could barely get that out is psycho and i think i had put that together but there's also one with fred savage and i'm not sure it's candace. Cameron fred savage rape at least a heavy stocking with sexual under today and it's also like another sort of thriller movie. Were you like hey your childhood t._v. Star get your hands off her. Yeah fred savage can't be a bad guy. No it's like hard to watch original. Title of this film was scared by love song which was featured in the film. That's not a good time move and okay title like this. Movie is about sexual harassment and violent violent rape. Yeah it really is actually like yeah. It's actually really upsetting and also they do look like they don't hold back like i know you. I also saw chucky this weekend. Oh i've seen it yeah in shock did not hold back this movie you know so. If you wanna know like if jay's is and you know what i mean there's similarities here jay's just as bad as the a._i. In this movie okay so it says during the opening scene caitlyn buttons her sweater twice. That's the only goof they have. Oh god that's like the most. I burned my sorta twice all the time okay so we're gonna open to cover up her boost e._a. She's got to so we opened up on the scroll getting ready in her bedroom. This is sort of like faded in with this scene of brian austin green on the football team. I noticed right away that uses maybelline great lash mascara the green when you see it was crazy. It was sultry crave like a teenage girl and also like i know she she does. The thing that happens only in movies <hes> she slowly takes the brush and brushes it into her cleavage and i'm like no one has ever done that in the entire world. Oh my god so many foods i know but she's not actually like doing any makeup. Ooh sensually slowly dragging dot org oops. I'm like you're not putting any body makeup on just like putting it in between your cleavage. There is having a moment with the brush like she's just like slowly like powder this insane powdery. I've ever seen yeah yeah. I mean this. Also this teen girl having this vanity this way and her relationship with her mom now remond leak really watched forget dolled up to go out on what she knows. Noses like a mystery party night with these bad girls and then like what unfolds with the mom leader girl like what are you are you. Are you kidding me. He like i was a. I don't know it doesn't make a difference either way really but i was fucking locked in my bedroom till i was twenty one. I truly like in her. Mom's like put more highlighter on like it's a great first impression and blah blah blah and i'm like what like my mom was like. Don't wear makeup. I'm so glad you said that because we're gonna play that game but i also did not know they had highlighter and didn't five. I was like what did they do like also all the nineties makeup was matt matt matt yeah. I don't know like where would she have like issue using eyeshot highlighter. That's who's innovative yeah like. She had god a glimpse into the future to five to three thirty six. Little more highlight on your cheek folks at night. The light is not flattering more and you're going to be here any minute now. First impressions last the longest monitored the plasma esmond now. How come i have to stay home. Where you guys go out on dates. You're thirteen. Maybe i'll run away right when you get work so who's driving to this little suare abby. Yes who else is going with you and connie. Susan affects affects resumes over here. All seniors aren't they. Mohmmad coolest crowd in school yeah in the fastest uh-huh every ten someone gets to the president feel buteau. I can't tell them anything. Else can give me a little chance to get a little. It'll be one of us. So how do i know if i'm in sizing depends on how well the game yeah. You wanted more than anything. It can still change your mind. No whatever takes okay so we saw her butler sweaters way we. I saw you got the double button that i don't know there's so much going on in this one i kind of wish they had like pushed the mom going out on dates more theme like how into dating a single mom and stuff like the most yes we got was her sort of like preening taking over her daughter's seat in the vanity and like like getting herself ready for like staying home that night we also need to i don her sister's like a tomboy type. Yes and her sisters also pretty young so i mean honestly they just do this. In lifetime movies to be like this is the popular sister mister. It's a very tired there could never be equally pretty unpopular sisters or you don't understand what's going on and they will based on the last movie. I watched and what she was too. A pretty popular sisters and i was like the fucking do come on now. We need to vary eight does so i don't know like it sounds like these. Girls are about to go join a cult. I i know and i and i i was writing all the stuff down saying oh my god. She's about to get bloody. Like what is this yeah so it's definitely like she knows she's getting hazed into what we do not know yet but it turns out that this is just like the way that they bring in the popular group i to say the whole idea of them. In having this popular group called the crew which just reeks anarchy upon the school and runs everything hang and is basically a criminal gang. I know the white popular kid was super psychotic to me. I was like what is going. Non i was in a group in college called. The g. crew on my friends living in gonzaga and we were the biggest fucking losers ever like three people. We're like former mormons. Everyone was virgin like it was literally the dorkiest group of people so i will say you know just because your name is chronic doesn't mean you're awful awful but this is literally a lawless town when it comes to these teenagers brian austin green at one point towards the end of this movie throws a fucking glass bottle at had a cop car and they don't even stop like he throws it like the that bottle could have absolutely killed someone it could have even a shard got into a cops ops i be blinded and on disability for life and no one even bothers to pull the fucking car over. This town is lawless lawless. I kept writing on wild west and also by the end of it. I was just like they do so many crimes. I was listening all their crimes. I'm like assault with a deadly weapon by god katie. If you've literally wanna take some time we're going through some of the more like the minutiae of some of this stuff because lord knows. I do have to painfully bring everyone. If you wanna just make a short list of what you how's your mom through title nine. I was like whoa like i haven't heard title nine minute like which is basically a federal law saying that the schools protect kids. I hadn't heard that in a minute and hearing this mom and nine hundred ninety five like threatened a school board with it. I was like turned on law not to like jump ahead had too far but they the the trial is essentially a sexual harassment trial he a- and to title nine trial zealot that like this sexual harassment osmond was going on and and she was being violated under the terms of title nine and i'm like no he holds a knife to brian brian austin green's throat. That's like a separate trial. That's a whole separate jason's like i hope we don't lose me scholarship. Wom gary brock turner. Oh it totally is and i'm just like an like on crutches. I'm like he doesn't even need crutches that stupid or but like i'm just like okay. They're brawling in the street. They're having knife-fights in the middle of the street. There's like assault anything here. Wake algebra abuse when he smashed like literally like abuse of the disabled or something new fucking when the mother the disabled mother woke up with a crowbar going through the window kim also breaking and entering and entering vandalism sandrine drinking mullah nudity in public leg letters like later also committing all of the crimes. They're like a violent criminal gang. Yeah absolutely i mean and let's just say if you take a fucking piss in the woods. That is a crime. There's some high level crimes movie. These are felonies yeah. It really does. It's like makes a a really does make west. Side story look very tame. It's like in ten shut. Its intention and shit when they pulled over anyway so let's just hope that doesn't happen any us but it does feel a little bit. I'm blind by the way i can't read her notes but i will say that this this does feel a little bit to me like watching an old school as for you but it has actually caught up to the news and you're like oh see see you thought you were being fictional but like we live in this place right now. You know it's like it's not even like the the not the in the headline stuff. I'm talking to this stuff when the writers were like. How do we go way out on a limb. That's happening every day. It really entertainment catches up real quick. This movie is is very very real and it is very intense offense and as much as you're like. Oh wow this is crazy. I can't believe this is happening. It's like real. I just watch has happened all the time on p._b._s. There's a documentary called role. Read roll about unveil rape case. Yes and it's free to stream. I think until july fifteenth but it's like <hes> so intense i mean because it is it's the same exact thing football stars and there's the same it's like there's one guy who's the leader and the one guy who follows along but then everybody's talking about it and everybody harassing this girl and it's all on text messages and social media so you're i'm watching this being. It's so scary it's the exact same thing but they just had all the record of it on text messages and social and all this like how many things would have gone differently if there was like they weren't even really like doing. I don't know i guess d._n._a. Was sort of still like a brand new thing at the box yeah and they're like oh. We can't prove in in in. She fought alone. They're like oh. We can't prove that had happened because she. She's not virgin great. I mean but the weird okay we'll we'll. We'll get to it but anyway. Basically all you need to know is that i actually thought brian austin green's mom was the principal. That's how into the football team. The principal is she's the football mom to one hundred percent because she's like coach can't lose this and then we see that everyone's sort of the blues traveler hits and then we see that everyone in town cruises the main drag. They're all doing now. I want to know because this really could be anything financially to me. Because some people live a little bit on the outskirts of town but also these have a phenomenal amount of money to throw casual parties and like induction ceremonies and i wanted to offer the fuck crew gets thurmond some like old school sorority money shit that goes on here <hes> so basically they have this conversation about the multiplex tiffany and birthdays sends like all. They're shutting down urther. They're shutting down the small town theater and jason's like a multi. That's how do guys and then brian. Austin green's sounds like no. She's right. It's not going to be the same so it's like nice because jesus like he says something like oh asserting your opinion really early for a newbie yeah yeah totally high school guy. Do you remember the fucking annoyingly. Yes you had an opinion. Yeah okay so i honestly at this point. I wrote my notes. I feel like i've been listening to blues traveler. Refer twenty minutes yeah i wrote blues traveler for sure it was so long so they arrive at this house and brian austin green's days outside and jason or of a moment where she's like. You look really nice and he's like no no no. It's your big night like. I'm just here to look good so tiffany and birthdays and walks inside. It's a big empty warehouse. What the fuck is going to happen that it was so weird. Oh yeah that whole thing was so weird a surprise party full of psychopaths like you're joining their group or whatever i mean this is i wasn't in a sorority. He didn't even have greek where he went to school comedy but i just got a phone call like i don't know so everyone puts on these two twos news. It's like turns into nineteen fifties prom infused by that i was like why are they having a rogue problem so well because it looks like they're fucking rich like this is like where's the money he coming from and i'm sure i can also go to the prom yet because she actually even says like now. Real problem is absolutely ruined for. I was just so yeah. I was like what is this and then it does make sense so we get to that is our big moment is that they pull carry on her after she has her like i dance with jason and she has a really good attitude about it. Yeah licks the blood. She never liked has a moment where her face looks down or whatever she gets it right away. I was going to say the was like so crazy to me that this would be initiation for like a group that you like and it's not even a group. It's just like the popular kids but then again. Carrie is my favorite favorite movie of all time and when i was in when i was a senior in high school at a halloween party i did a recreation. I loved that of someone someone like. I wore a pink prom dress that got a thrift store and someone like port a bunch of fake blood over my head at my friend's halloween party so it wasn't an initiation but it was like you know it was as a recreation of the bloody moment but i was like this is actually so crazy that they're doing this well. This is like a high school version of a toga party right like basically this is just a bunch of people having fun party and then there happens to be a moment where they quote unquote humiliate the person. That's trying to get into this group but like basically it's just a do you have a sense of humor an excuse for them to get drunk and then go skinny dipping in which actually really fun to me. I'm kind of a never nude yeah. I would never do that but brian. Greene is slamming beers in the woods. <hes> jason's like trying to hit on tiffany murphy's and caitlyn. That's her name but he's not really having it and so she goes up see brian us in green right away. There's fucking fireworks so she and him go and like kind of fuck on a mattress actress a little bit upstairs okay that sex scene was so sensual and erotic actually really high it was very hot and i was still processing awesome through my catholic brainstorming but she doesn't really know him but like they don't even have a condom. I was really like caught up in that just like your underage at least have safe sex well well. You know i think the the at first i was like oh my god. This is so sexy. It's like kind of disconcerting and you know obviously bagging cantat have some sexual dab. Yeah i mean that was real. Life values porno exactly that was their their sex tape that i do think it's actually later on in the movie. I was like i do think it's important for them. To have you need to see essentials also seen were she's enjoying it and like good and fun and she's smiling and happy and that also that it does not matter if you are virgin and and you get raped like your purity does not matter like you can have fun sex and you can also be a victim. I'm a horrible violent rape and so i think it was like kind of progressive for the movie. Show i agree and i thank you for bringing that plane because i think that i didn't put that exact thought together right now but before but i agree with the sentiment one hundred percent. I think you're exactly right. It's what needed to happen and at the time one thing that i didn't i love about this movie is that she continued to be sexualize after the rape as well and by the way you can have all of those things you could enjoy sex. You can be violated violated. You can also be a sexual person after that. Everyone should be cayden lifetime movies. How it's so quickly wrapped up. I would love to see a a a like a repression. A repressed memory of a forty year old woman played out in a lifetime movie. Not everyone has such like a coherent quick standing yeah. I mean this three months to process this right and dairy. I was glad that they showed her like you know wanting to have sex sex again. I mean the important point. Yeah does have desire for <hes> ethan again at the towards the end of the movie and i was like oh that's cute looks you still want wants to be sexual onto have sex but but that with him and under these circumstances and and they don't have sex again but they show them kissing and stuff yeah. There's there's heavy romantic address there and yet. There's a lot to discuss in that. I was a little bit. The only reason i thought that was problematic is because i was was like he was such a shithead he was awful to her and then they had this like rome they end with this romeo and juliet sort of like we can never be together but we should be together sort of thing thing and it's like girl the saint go to junior college. I know there's more one guy meet one guy like so jason comes upstairs upstairs while the two of them were going out and he sees ever resist sexy sexy seen yes. He's a dog whose smelled blood at this point. Okay honey or taste of bud. He's like i'm fucking in and i've seen it if he can have it. I can have it. He's a fucking psycho okay. This is what you need to know about. Jay's jason's not normal okay jason's sadistic historic. He doesn't have one normal thing about him. He doesn't look at that and think oh like i'm hurt. I wish you was me. He's looking at that being like that's fucking mind now. He's a sick bitch coach but also like do you think he looks at that and things like oh. That's like beautiful loving sacks between two people or do you think he likes the he likes. Hurting people yeah no he looks at that as that's my next achievement right because i don't think that people were genuinely and like god forbid. I don't know the fucking inner workings of this fictional character but i think we we are supposed to take away that as they say in this movie several times. You don't think like normal people exactly that someone like him sees. How can i take that and and how could i make it mine. That's what she said. She says later on jason jason enjoy sex. He enjoys hurting people. Yeah he's a sick fuck. Fuck okay so the next day at school basically bagging tat or a full-blown couple. There's a really great science class moment. We're going to play. I am going to see one of my favorite moments that i have in movies which is like when a student feels like so above a teacher that they get up in start lecturing. I was walk to the front of the room. She points tonight once did that and i was like a mouthy you betcha highest like this only happens in movies. I swear to god like if i can. I don't even remember not raising my hand to go to the bathroom. Let alone like lecturing in my classes as sassy diva fifteen about flatulence. Let's fifteen twelve to eighteen fifty three. Although i will say i knew she was right from the second. You made the joke like honey. We all know okay but also it's woke because they're talking about actually like fucking coal climate change said this is very prescient very agent again this movie it's like watching this movie is like it is ahead of its time and its current to this day and and by the way fuck anyone who things like lifetime is devoid of that. I have always said that. These movies are there to comfort. The people truly in a way that like emotionally only when you're like folding laundry i'm standing up right now just for tat moment walking to the front of the action plugging sammy's equipment no yeah i've always said these movies have a lot of a lot of weight to them that are not appreciated by the public. They're very healing okay again fifteen twelve to eighteen fifty three read for pleasure. Have you ever tried the glow in doc. We read moby dick. Unity fees factor within all of the world's oil reserves will be exhausted gone. There'll be no more oil to heat homes or run your muscle cars scientists are scrambling to come up with alternative energy sleeps the kennedy up your name some of them for me so alert so good but if you live in seattle where grains two hundred sonics game perhaps you can identify an alternative energy source don't well jason is real good at lightning own. Flatulence will diminish service said. Maybe i misunderstood the question. You have to maintain to point to stay on the baltin now if you make d. in this class you don't get to play anymore now. Sir any part of that. That's confusing actually <hes> mrs johnson ethan's answer is correct. Flatulence is methane gas. It's a waste by product. Same edgy extracted from garbage dumps used car vehicles all over the world excellent. I'm sure the crew is very proud. The problem is as pointed out. Methane gas is extremely flammable. Let small blow this out of proportion. How long of these jocks going to run this high school. They're apparently not required to study. They don't contribute to their classes. They maintain good grades. They're just kids. They're not kids. They know exactly what they're doing. Well let me talk with them. I'll make sure it doesn't happen again. Thank you. I feel so much better flopper on just last class in the north the data principal hind so you at the game. The crowd must've been great at the box office ethan. You know how ms johnson's you just can't pull stunts like this in her classroom true. She has no sense of humour well. It was me i plant you. Guys are putting me in a position of having to do something caitlyn. I'm going to need to put you into detention always game tonight. Let's call it was a great pass. Ethan was outstanding. Let's see a repeat absolutely what pass i think like at the game before the initiation rite. I'm just like i mean i'm sure ethan is made a lot of paths. Have you ever watched h three on the eighth street podcasts. They're like legend commentators on youtube but they have this clip that they play of michelle obama michelle obama <unk> before every video. Oh that's her saying wow ethan great moves. Keep it up and make some canned thing that she did when she was doing the dancing program yeah yeah and so he plays it. That's exactly what it sounded like. Good pass keep it up. Gre- pass reminded me exactly of okay so let's get into some shit. I hear you about the principle being woman but here's why i think it's important. I think that many women enable bad men and other women don't believe other other women yeah and we're gonna see like the greatest example of that in caitlyn's shortly. We haven't even gotten to the rape yet. Yeah we're going to see the greatest example of that shortly but i think is important to show like especially when someone's being judged by their class which they absolutely are when someone's being judged by their family situation even when there's something for them to gain and protecting an abuser or whatever i think that it's important the principal a woman in that unfortunately a lot of times in these cases women's voices are the strongest whether there are pro war anti they didn't play when we were even going through the whole brad kavanagh thing with like everyone expected backdated men to be disappointing. Obviously that harshly how we got there but i think it was the women that defended his actions is that we're the most upsetting a diesel power power and i just all i can think is like your gender traitor. I need yes s. I mean but there are. I mean unfortunately are so many and there's so many moments in this movie where i'm like. Why am i surprised molly you know better. Don't be surprised yeah yeah. You know i mean i think maybe there's a difference between cynical and like realistic and dialed in but i think it's cynical to like walk walk around thinking that women just aren't and it's couched in this idea of oh well. She should have known better. She should've if you don't go to parties and do this and that like yeah. Let him in. You shouldn't have done that. I do wish that at the end of the film like my one criticism of the fellas almaza tier one criticism. I have a single no is is just like the men and being heroes in a way. No i fucking fucking hated that. We hate this ending. I wrote on my notes like towards as if this ends on her like freeze frame of her smiling. I'm gonna be fucking pissed. They always do that like someone just walks out of a situation with a smile on their face and like with a new boyfriend. I hated it. I hated even when i thought the mom was going to date the detective at one point right. There was a little energy there as well. Nobody likes the thing so skip. Ahead is like the in the trial every resist a man. Yes and the principles just like well. This is just how things are we just let the rapes happen and like we just let the sexual harassment grassman happen and then the the man. I don't know if he's like the school superintendent or whatever like superintendent. He is like well. We're really going to change some things around here. He was the one who said leg. We should try and make some sort of like you know. He was the one who said like we should negotiate on this. It's gonna look bad for us right. This woman is dying to stay. They woke to the point where i was like. I think she is the principal and i do wonder if there are certain sponsorships like different things that high school gets when you're like really good at sports. Don't you get extra money. Don't you get all this. Why don't we focus on what this woman is benefiting right. Why is she so hyped up about weisensee niche paul caitlyn's defense like that's it. Why does she talk block while like literal lake. Felony assaults are happening to when advocacy so kayla's mom finds her condoms in her bedroom when she gets home. She's like what are these four and she was doing the nasty and the dark and they you start playing this like surfer rock music right and she tells her you know what you're grounded. We can no you can't hang out with your friends anymore. You're out of the group. She's her. Mom says that she wants to know that the most precious thing a girl can have as your reputation. She doesn't want her daughter making the mistakes that she did and she goes yeah. I'm living proof. That's tough liked for a daughter to be like jahmai noma fuck mistake. Jay's tries to get caitlin escape work. She works at the movie theater which is of course another reason why she's <music> said that it's closing and she's like listen. It's the last movie ever playing at this theater. I can't leave my chef real sinophile yeah and then after i mean i'm really a girl after your own heart and then she she says all right fine i'll go and see the movie so i didn't realize that a significant amount of time had passed and that she and ethan within had a relationship because it's it's. It's very unclear because i thought that maybe like i mean. Does this make you boyfriend girlfriend front right but i thought that maybe they had fucked ones and they were kind of like oh like maybe this is going to go somewhere and she liked takes detention from 'em and then he's on a date with another girl and yeah that's what i thought. I assume that there must have been some sort of like time. I'm a moment there because there's also a lot of i mean first of all. It's very bold of him right taken you date to her place of work. Jason's a fucking psycho so i could see why to him he'd be like let's bring our fri- alterior motive to come see what's going on so she caitlyn tabs apps on ethan shoulder and she's like so who's your girlfriend where you ben and he she turns around goes to charity and caitlyn says back. I'm sure you are paid. Glynn is i will tell she is not a mean girl but when she needs to turn on someone with a little remark calin jones at a few times he's tough yeah. She's got a good jokes though halons good jobs like doing the nasty and the dark like saying that your mom she does have got balls so jason's like look. Don't worry about that guy okay. He's a jerk and i'm crazy about you. She's like yo don't use tough guy routine on me and he grabs her by the arm. Physically assaults are at her place of at work and he said hey you did ethan and now it's my turn <hes> sick so she keep your hands off me. They go outside and in brian. Austin green is waiting for tiffany and we're outside of the theater. He offers her a ride. She's like no thanks. I'm over you and then he's like no. My girlfriend live the crew. I waited for you the talk about how they had some good times in that theater see. That's what made me think oh i see but maybe they just met growing up in this town yeah you you know my child's movie. Theater was in the fighter. Oh alexia inflict goes. Oh you bring me out to richie rix enrich lexington to like vote on my god. That's crazy <hes> but that was my fucking childhood the'dirt lick. That was our version of that. It was really really like special to see that. You never got that really okay so he's like yeah. I saw a lot of movies there. She goes yeah. I used to sit up in the booth and he goes you sit in the booth. You can't hear the words and she goes. I i make up my own words yeah with the fuck. Does that mean like i get the manic pixie dream girl of it all but like what does that fucking. They're trying to be like uh-huh. She's different. Yes come on now like we don't need that but then we link caitlyn's not delusional nonsensical. It's i mean i understand like if your dad worked there and you're like chain to the projector like you may have to create some narratives but just go inside. Don't they kind of do a lot of work work to make caitlyn complex to make your different like why are you different than and towards the end. They're like oh. You didn't play by the rules rules but i think like beforehand. They try to be like well. It's kind of weird that we let her into the crew and she's kind of odd public and it's like no. She's a gorgeous. She's already israel at school. He's incredibly smart and there's no reason why she shouldn't be popular but they kind of try to make this thing maker seem weird or something yeah and i think she is lower. Classic shows the job and her that that that's the whole thing is that there is for sure lower definitely gonna stay lower than her but i think jay is probably has money probably really delve into the class issues but yeah but i think that's one of the unspoken things as well as the principal were on like. I need a little bit of like. I need one line like oh. We're going to get extra money from the box office. Why the fuck would jas need a scholarship <hes> true you know yeah like it sounds like when he goes. I'm going to state school with my dad. My stepdad went to state school and became very successful but he always newsworthy lake as a you know he was always embarrassed by it and the way he said that. It's like almost lake yeah. I'm gonna make something of myself just like my dad did. It's not that big of a hit it to me but it's humbling. I know i don't know man. I was like what's the scholarship for them like where where was the scholarship to rape i mean he lost his breath letting like scholarship or whatever but like i don't you don't get an athletic scholarship. If you're rich like that's not fair. That's not fucking fair there so he tells her that he's planning on getting outta town when he graduates in the last thing he needs is a reason to stay big line that was used when everyone was breaking up with their highschool the friends when i was there she tells them you know i can see right through. You and he's like look you know. I don't even know anything about you and she's like you know what all you do. Is you work on your car. You go to the old fairgrounds you put the pedal to the metal. You lay awake all night thinking about the future and he's like. How do you know that much about me so the town is shutting down for the name. Jason comes over to her house. Caitlyn's house and he's like hey look at it now if you were home because there's no car. She's like my mom's not at home home. Where's mom. I don't want to like literally. The worst part about this is that it basically shows all of the steps leading up into how you could get yourself into a dangerous situation how i know none of it's her fault yeah at all but it's like so scary to watch edge because you're like don't say your mom's not home. That's step one now. We go to let me make it up to you. Can i come in. Ethan told me that i should tell you that i'm i'm a jerk i right. Don't let them in. Don't let them in and i wanna play this scene. Because it's terrifying how easy it was to get into the house and then to do what he did. I also want to say that. This is a full trigger. Warning here voted out audio of sexual assaults. I'm playing it in full so that you can hear our sister. I was made aware of what was going on. In the language that was used in just like clarity of the scene for moving forward you can skip forward about two minutes and forty five seconds. You don't wanna hear this also so if you see the movie chucky trigger warning that you hear a cat being murdered and that was a turning a trigger warning. I wish i got which is true throwing that in there as well. I wish i knew there was a category ahead getting murdered and jackie spoiler. It happens really soon twenty five forty eight to twenty eight twenty in the car outside sure if you wanna make enough to you did he tell you to come over and say that told me were heard it's late. Can i talk about it tomorrow. Weren't you can let me in like a salesman or something just for me. I only for a minute in sean. You ought even hold my hand jas. You don't really feel anything for me. You know like that. We both know it. I do feel free. I never met in lake jas call. I just wanna thought it doesn't feel right one case and i'll go promise one kiss and you're outta here guy in ohio caitlyn. The euro came yeah. She's smart not to open that fucking door as much as it's like like well. She's young vulnerable. Child thought would have happened. I'm into play more that the sister would be like a witness. Well see that was one thing. That really bothered me. Was that her sister. It was always like from the jump leg that was not okay what happened right and then there's a scene a couple of things after this where they go to burger place ace and the sisters there and he looked through that but like i have a younger sister and i'm super protective of her so i totally related it to her. Just being like oh my god. It doesn't matter what happens to me. A one hundred cars <hes> checked my younger sister but then towards the end of the movie the sister sister kind of falls away and i felt like that like this relationship especially wrong that i was kind of like oh they should've gone with that. They should have like tapped it as part of one of the main themes because i thought it was so strong i agree and i yeah it just like she was also her only witness and i don't know why that came up more. You know <hes> <hes> because they're like oh child. We can't prove it with physical evidence but it's like okay what about testimony. What about the sister testifying that she witnessed it. The what about because the never goes where's jason's alibi or like whatever like where's any evidence that they were ever going date like all all that anyone knows does that ethan knows that jason was going to her house to apologize when i dunno again ethan's ignorance or alleged ignorance or whatever to of this whole thing is i don't know i just don't know how we're supposed to pass site because he knew he sent that man to her house. I know and then also also when ethan comes and says jas told me my initial reaction was oh my god great ethan testify in this and instead said it turns into like. Can i take you on a date sometime like fuck off. She's a title nine federal court case to go through you dumb ass and that's the reason is and why it's like as much as i am like fine with everyone playing a story a different story in which like someone finds like security and and love on the other side of a very dangerous situation. I'm fine with that but for me. That was not the resolution. I needed at all turf story story for anything like ethan you know i hope he wouldn't harm himself but if he fell off a cliff or something i wouldn't be totally mad if someone was taking care of his mom like i really didn't need to tie up that ethan story but again. This is the ninety s we got pretty lucky with how woke this film was in a lot of very progressive. It's very progressive for the time despite some of the issues with like i mean we'll get into it like the consent yes stuff love but like i i went through my situation in two thousand and five full literal decade offer this team out and it was much smaller scale very very similar very similar but it's also like at the end of the day if if the cultural context is that we know tiffany and brian are in in a relationship like the wanna give us a love story. Oh that's exactly what it was is that in also like that was probably their deal and doing this is that they were going to just like leave his character ager behind. They're probably oh this is really attractive role for us as a couple because they also used to really love to couples and stuff together back in the day. I don't think that it happened so much anymore. They're also like you can do really hot sex scene yeah. Y'all we'll get hot. We're benjamin bratt and julia roberts ever in a movie together together was like it's yeah like that was like sort of towards the end of when i feel like they'd be like real life couples getting a movie together. Play this out for the fans so so we find out that the next day jason pregnant school that caitlin was practically nymph. Oh she gave it right up in her mom's bad. She jumped his bones and then at home. Caitlyn is having a very very long seventy three. She's having a silkwood shower. Okay a it is like it's really difficult to watch because at the same time i find that you know you do see one bruise on her back which i thought was going to be what this scene was was showing the bruising but they also sort of took some time and spend some time like sort of really objectified study yeah there. There was like a scene that there was a shot where of course of her leg tummy where i was like. That's a little too sexy for a rape shower our scene. It's not okay. I really was like this is a needs to be clear that this is not sexual or showing one league thumbprint bruise on a body which by the way as absolute fucking evidence of assault rate like. Are you really going to accuse the fucking sixteen year old of being in a crazy sex game with her sister in the house. I don't understand like amanda knox yet so yeah. I thought that there was going to be something coming from that but there's not and judy ios her. Mom you know killing taking up all the water a shout out to everyone who grew up running out of hot water super-quick right and <hes> her mom finds her in the shower senior and freezing cold water takes her out like she's i mean she's he's a shallow of herself really hard to see and productivity and birthdays and for her acting here because money she served. I really saw like she really captured captured dot for. I think a lot of people tiffany is great she in reading this and like also we love a good moment for i love of a crossover from childhood to adult. I die for it. It's done so rarely very well. Miley ultimate example. She really harness that that bella thorne. Let's just cross fingers and hope ron day. She's going to be a new ryan. Murphy's started on nickelodeon on on broadway rawal very proud hat for crossover queens but tiffany embolisms definitely one of those lisbeth berkeley like she's a great lady tried her best showgirls bombed ah she was smart to take them out the movie of the week okay so caitlyn's mom trying to get the sister on the bus talk caitlyn but caitlyn's fine. She's completely shut down no no but she's like iota work. I do want to say that they'll go. The sister goes like he did force her. He's a creep or something. That's coming up. That's coming up so after school. We see her mom and her sister driving back to the house <hes> that like her. Mom's left work early and her mom's like you haven't eaten anything all day. Let's play this crucial scene thirty one twelve thirty three eleven. Aren't you talk to me. Just forget it jimmy. He said that there was a boy here last night. Is that this all look. I just don't wanna talk about it. Okay i told you i don't want boys here. What's really bothering you something. Something happened duma caitlyn. Just tell me the truth. I wanna hear you say it. You brought him into this house and you had had sex with them. You break me talk. You hugh invited him here. Didn't you tried to let them tell ec. I i just want to hurt his feelings. Did he touch you. I hope is hair and then things just went due to far. It wasn't like that just went a little too far. He may be a net is perfectly convenient. Excuse in our speak for everyone in town knows that with an apple l. You had sex with this guy right here here in this house right here you invited him in. What did you expect what happened to you. That don't talk act when i was a school. I knew things were knocked. Up at seventeen dropout makes you toward j schmidt. He's a cre- i pick up here and i just read only in a lifetime movie. Do you have to hear a daughter. Describe rave scene to a mother that wouldn't offend her and then cut into some surf music sir my god. I wrote the exact same thing that i i wrote. He's a creep arrow surf rock. Why the hell did they do that. The surf rock inside so long or are they bought three songs and one was surf rock and then the other two stroke to cut too so in the i notice listen the opening credits. They say music by pray for rain and i was like okay. What is this like crazy for. Rain is okay okay so they're like a christian. I been to one of their buckle by god the backstreet boys. We're going to surprise us that the catholic music music conference but instead it was fucking pray for rain and jars of clay yup. Fucking fled by jars of clay is sacred uh-huh good okay. Let's calm down katie. I'm just saying when you're stuck in a when you're stuck in foxboro stadium with three hundred thousand other catholic youth and they're like guys. We didn't think because this was the night before. I just seen backstreet boys at the black and blue tour now. Maybe they were originally only book. We were never promised backstreet boys but turns out a._j. After that tour went directly in a rehab we didn't know so backstreet boys but like dr sizes the boston. Is there like the fucking cardinals there and they're like guys. We didn't think we'd be able to do it. There's a group in town that we know a lot of you love and rely. Everyone's everyone's like porcupines right. We're all like freaking out right and so one of our counters guys get ready and sure sure enough jars of clay even a surprise to them and pray for rain even surprised them. They made the best of it and honestly all i can assume is that they were in their twenties unease and smoke some weed and we're like oh my god. I can't believe that we're getting college credit for taking him onto the catholic kids jars of clay while we're stone like that would be truly like they all have very good conversation like a good sense of humor about al loved it so i was appointed. Pray for rain. I mean they did the music music music by rain so i don't know did the fucking surf rock and like we're if they just did a couple of weird grungy moments almonds because there are some other grungy what it is yeah so it's a christian band two person band yeah who is christian a lot of people okay right so i'm guessing someone hon who had a tied to the chris some big like whatever hill song was in the eighties or nineties they're like hey you know who could really use gig prayed rain. They'll pick a couple of songs for the track. We'll say you know pray for rain. Did this yeah they picked out one surf rock blues travelers travelers and they just like collecting a track yeah which i'm fine with because overall while the transitions were in great bite of all lifetime music. We've we've gotten in the absolutely inappropriate music cues we've gotten this didn't really offend me but the music was very very noticeable and jarring throughout this whole film i it's the inch transitions to surf rock from like emotional serious moments about rape. Were insanity yeah but it was crazy but i also like the music's. He's kind of good. Can we also just throw out that like maybe that was the intention so that like this girl is going through this fucking trauma and then on the other side of this the cruise just like getting burger scien- you're suffering over here the cruise getting burgers and like bullying new people. I i wonder if our director christopher liege was trying to create that that dissonance where you know so we're in a very serious moment and then we're smash cutting into the burger joint with the surf rock credit. This is the crazy world we're living in and we're like someone is going through something very intense and like that's what i hope for the director of teen wolf to a movie that i think some guy bought me on d._v._d. A._b._d. In highschool it all kind of circles back so caitlin and her sister like they take off to drink milkshakes and they're saying this like local burger thing which is such the shitty part of a small town is that like as i think charity says later on in the film. Is that the only good thing you have going for you. In a small town is is that if you drive you go to another town. There's nothing gear for. These people have to go to like the one restaurant in town. We're absolutely going to see a rapist. Come mine so caitlyn inner sister drinking milkshakes in the car. <hes> the popular kids are cruising around there. One of the girls who i think is her best. Best friend walks up to the car and tells the sister go inside and get some burgers and fries. The girl gets in kaelin's car and she confronts her about why she was an in school. It's because of jason right yeah. Speaking speaking of the man himself is now greeting. Caitlyn's younger sister judy at the takeout window just wrote here in all caps. He raped her sister the night before and made her listen and now he's bothering her when she's ordering fries. People are sick fucking nightmare like it's off like the gum and he's like literally. If you ever wondered heard of this character was supposed to have like an ounce of humanity he wasn't and i think the thing that almost kills me about that is because it makes it seem like you have to be a psycho psycho to do something like this and i don't just like knowing herd mentality crowd mentality. If i'm being honest i've looked at certain like writing writing moments and unlike your if i had a moment absolutely fucking cut loose and contribute to something that was bothering me or whatever i absolutely lee would pull some shit like absolutely would i could absolutely see myself. I'd be lying to myself if i watched the purge and was like no way. Would i participate eight in the purge. The whole point of the purge is for you to recognize your inner perjure right so i think that maybe you necessarily arna perjure by nature but you know you could be like that real bad guy in the first purge who's just built to purge. I don't think that i think jason is the guy that's built a purge. I would like to see someone who just dips into the purge purging. Unfortunately i mean raping school but you know it's like okay. I think that actually actually this nice can unsubscribe but i think that <hes> you know jason's like the sadistic one who like inspires people to do this kind of violent bullshit and like degradation and then what we see an ethan is like the follow along guy right and so would be kind of interesting to see a lifetime movie or some movie about this topic where the guy who just does it because of peer pressure you know kind of gets thrown under the bus or whatever accused but but it's like we have to have this sadistic guy and the follow along and i do think that is a combo a toxic nick classic cobbler by the district guy and follow along. Let's be real in this. He's a second banana. Jason is absolutely right it. He's just sort of renegade follower. Yeah you can play football not as well as ethan yeah. He's hot not as hot as ethan like. Orphan is the main guy which is i think why his co. Sign on jason's shitty behavior is so crucial i think his following following along with the harassment that they do to kaitlin is worth being in prison a one hundred percent and he absolutely absolutely like you know sure he like eventually freed her from a moment will come up later. That's like probably one of the most horrific things i can imagine but fight like he he almost worst turned a blind eye to it like yali magical moment with this girl he saw the best in her the enjoyed some time time together they had would seem to be a previous bond and he literally bothers me. The most people is when they try to unknow your heart right and it's like you know that this this girl did not deserve this. She wouldn't lie about this. Why the fucker you like turning a blind eye now like you. We know her heart like she's not a bad person and the fact that he so quickly takes up for jay's is disgusting. Yeah i mean just doesn't even think about it. It's it's truly boys club. Shut it really is. It's all very like squeezy bringing back that fucking yearbook. I read cover to cover i was i'm very triggered by the whole common things still to this day and i'm never going to let it go and i don't think any of us are but i was thinking about how much dr christine blasi ford they put forward of herself and how often you are never rewarded at all or even recognized for whatever you do and i think a lot of women in this nation and people have showed up for her in this nation but but at the same time i mean to to do what she did was so vulnerable. That's what i really. That's what really made me tear up. When i watched this movie was the moments in which she was finally validated because it's it took painfully long dot is true to life. That's what made this movie a little too real for me. Okay so we see jason is talking to her sister and she runs up and she basically is like no yeah. He pulls her away and he goes. Hey caitlin your sister. Mr as pretty is maybe she could join the crew. I'd be happy to break her in and i were. I would like go bloodthirsty. I mean it's crazy. I would like tear that man's throat out with my teeth. He had like i mean he has no fear. That's the scariest things that typically like anyone would would be a little bit of a coward but he doubles down so caitlin grabs her sisters milkshake and says never you raped me and he goes no that was love baby game. Oh god the two of them run off so <hes> when she throws the milkshake actually lunges for her in brian austin green in is the one who holds them back and he's like what the hell happened. There and jason like she's a fucking line. Bitch and brian austin green's like. I thought you said you went over there and she jumped your bones and he's like yeah. I go over there wanted. She wants it. It's hot we do it and then he basically says that like she was really into it and he was like glistened. This isn't going to like actually happen between us and this is actually more some sort of revenge for. Maybe not wanting to be in a relationship with her. Which is it's very common. Excuse jason says that they would have to shut her up and brian. Austin green's like you know what she wants to cry wolf. They'll have to do something about got it. So that was how easy that was for him to convert his friend. No yeah like that was a he just said to like if we've all had a friend like elijah's spazzy out when they're drunk with their like narrative or whatever and usually <hes> okay yeah yeah but like this really sold him on it and you've all had that friend who's gotten caught in they spas and you're like okay you got caught like but this is a big deal and he still went with ah well i mean first of all jason is wildly inconsistent and all over the map all over the map and ethan is so so so dumb. He is the dumbest person i've ever seen on fell. Maybe not the dumb but he he's just so dumb and i i i think back to that scene with the flatulence where he's like where the teachers like. You have to maintain a two point. Oh and i'm like oh my god. He can't even maintain a two point. Oh at this shitty highschool a little reagan's. Do you think me do you see riggins as like maybe a little sarasin in there with you know grandma ramat home i mean he he's bless his heart but also but but then at the same time it's like he does not deserve deserve the love story that he gets the end because it's like these people who will not believe you and will take up for these like sadistic rapists. Sir are bad people and they're part of the problem so it's it's we're done. We're done with them. Yeah we quit with a locked. You know what i really hope. That caitlyn drove away to junior. College met. Some like artsy dude and i forgot all about euthanize deck ethan. If you're our twitter i am importing you immediately okay so she goes to the police station with her sister. You're and she goes to the receptionist to i think completely changed in the middle of this. Do you know what i'm talking about was like a seventy year old woman when she first walked up to the desk with glasses on and then it changed league much younger almost asian woman i it was like a very elderly white woman woman and then it changed to an revolt change to god i notice up but and by the way like it could have just been the shitty youtube quality but i was like whoa like why did that. She changed yeah. Lesser crazier things have happened in television absolutely will bring in someone else to do the rest of the line. I ain't got a network now. Being being laid the receptionist has to be more chill about rape right well. You know what i so impressive about. This movie is like as soon as she starts saying like he raped me. She can't stop saying it so she barges up to this receptionist. Is it rape if i let him in if i didn't wanna do it even if he's a friend end of mine and she goes look i just answered the phone here and she goes forget it and she goes to our sisters arm and the receptionist says wait did you say no right and she walks back pins as if i said no is it rape and she's like no is no right which is great and lays great and i was like that's a very powerful the moment <hes> but i also like this very this is a very nineties idea of consent one hundred percent but but the thing is i also was surprised that she even new to say that because i know yeah i someone at a police officer. No i mean no means no. I'm not surprised by someone actually invoking not in like a moment like like that when it's something that everyone knows is a very legally complicated thing when it knows it's when people like you know they treat young teenage girls as flighty like like or you really here to you wearing. Are you mad at this guy really dating. It's like fucked up and i actually did appreciate because i will say eh. I thought this was going to start in end with the receptionist being like no i was very impressed especially if this was a two and a half hour long movie when when it hit the points that we stole this on youtube you guys and one thing they do on youtube is daylight to replay the first half of the movie again to extend the running time smart mart. That's good commercial money for you. That's how you i mean. That's like a business right there. Katie re upload movies to youtube. Throw mad ads in the movies. No one cares about okay but that was the hospital right. No that was the police station. I thought that was the hospital because she goes. Let me call a nurse first day. I assume go to i mean. Maybe it was the hospital but lake. Why would you go to a hospital to report a rape. I understand why now bouncing in one thousand nine hundred five a teenage girl would ever known. I got shot story yeah so they go to the hospital and her dad gives her rape. Kit heard heard saved by the bell. Doubt the mom comes into the hospital and she sees judy sitting there and she's so sorry or sister means you come to this. Mom is still not a believer and the nurse goes into this whole thing they're required by law to inform the parents okay thirty seven twelve thirty nine zero nine and and this is basically the moment where the doctor comes out and tells her that the evidence for the rape kit is inconclusive but typically women who are really vocal about about being raped are almost always rape right which is great that they were throwing that out on t._v. Yeah does this take that is still not known enough <hes> doctor. What is she doing here. Please leave just leave. You can put your clothes back on to talk to your mother. I'll be right back. This is rose hi examine caitlyn because she says she was ranked. Last kind of this there is no evidence of forceful entry he you show but that's not uncommon girls with her history of weightman when he calls history girls who are sexually active so you don't know whether she was raped. I can't confirm it well. Did you give her a pregnancy linzie test of course not it's too early for that just just wanted her to tell the truth about the chain she just blurted out that he forced to to you know we've found that after rape situation and excited utterance admitting ripe it is almost always true. I told her uh-huh. Maybe not so sorry. I can't prove it it happened. We're going to press charges. It'll be my worry gets. I know i i just want to forget this ever happened. Whenever you want just it just put on us. I mean look up. Who wrote this. Do you know his name is like. I wrote it on legally john non-legally john lee killed it okay. I actually thought the writing was quite good. I thought it was too. I mean especially because i always say like you know you can usually really tell when a movie is trying to like not right in swear words or trying to carefully place them or whatever there's only one moment i call it tiffany and birthdays and we're just like i've had enough your stuff off yup. I did notice that as well right but like the other the other one in the bathroom later when the <hes> the girl that beats that tiffany gets into a fight with is like tells the teacher to stuff it sideways bitch. I'm like that is i love a good that is some good nineties. His fucking grow sash it so he wrote a t._v. Movie called the omen nightrider twenty ten bunch of horror stuff miami vice he wrote on the prince of central park and working yeah anyway john legally great writer. What are you oh. I can't remember what i voted. Documentary called the kindred chronicles. What's this about uh kindred chronicles. I have no idea i would love to watch us. It looks like <hes> a bachelor sort of moment. There's rose pedals. Ooh you know we should should tell everyone that we met in a batch group. We did yeah is is a big deal so i think that we kind of always like no-now love each other to some extent but we have a lot of mutual friends. A ton of mutual friends like ton of mutual like shared crossover things and amy kaufman our friend who runs our bachelor groups. She also wrote bachelor nation you guys by it. There's also a fun story in there about how easy and i went to dating seminar with chris from the bachelor before he killed a man and it's a it's a really fun book and it was i mean i honey. I bought it on hard copy and audio just to listen to it. Even though i listen amy talk about the bachelor anytime i want so i will tell you that okay so i thought we were going to have to go through another hour and a half of this movie with her mom unconvinced. That caitlin was actually raped. I really thought alone quite literally. You know oh. I really thought no one was ever gonna come to her side. Yeah it is nice that once mom it clicked for her. I would have been so frustrated if mom had not gotten on board maybe mean avon road avon rose yeah if avon rose had had remained slut shaming her i would you've been like so mad at this movie but the fact that you know a male a male doctor told her that her daughter was raped that it was likely that that she was making sense without listening to her other daughter who was like yes. I witnessed a rape. Audio like ray like i heard heard it. She comes around quite quickly. Which is great. I mean the other thing is like can we judy some fucking therapy like she literally sit there like wake up in her childhood bed and your sister get raped by a classmate in her mother's bed and no one believed her sister like how the fuck is judy supposed to you. Grow up with any confidence right. Thankfully there was a resolution at the end but like you know let's go fuck with judy just as i mean just as hard in different ways and caitlyn. I'm order at the end of the movie when caitlin is leaving. I'm like get out of this town. Yeah like is judy. Gonna get like recruited into this horrible all criminal gang. That's like the popular kids because here's the t- is that like caitlin as agency right leg judy like literally no. She has no voice she wasn't over to go. She's like probably a middle school. She's like spend the next seven years of her. Life in this town fucked up okay. I'm done yeah so so anyway caylin as weak as it storms outside because of course it's raining the night that she gets home from confronting her rapist and then getting a rape kit before a mom finally believes that she she was attacked in the trees are scratching at her window. Then all of a sudden she can hear jason sort of like you know whispering her name taunting her she opens opens up the window and this is actually really scary. We obviously know we're in a nightmare now that nightmare but crazy so lake the branches the trees are actually the hands of her classmates that are climbing <hes> yeah taunting her with her name leg sort of being leg. We're gonna fucking getachew chew bitch and then she gets up in her nightgown and like runs to the front door to be confronted with all of this stuff but she sees nothing and she turns around and instead ed brian. Austin green is now sitting at the kitchen table with his face lit under a zippo so creepy. Why did you do it. Why did you say that about my best friend. Yeah and i don't know if you've ever had a trauma nightmare from like being attacked by like someone but i will tell you that is exactly those are exactly the nightmares as i have is that i would hear someone calling my name and if i opened my eyes i would see a gun pointing at my face point blank. I didn't sleep for like four four months like a really will to you. It's like tears wait your psyche and so in a weird way as much as they typically hate a nightmare scene movies rely on them too much this the way this was done. It was very good. I thought christopher did a great job shooting this because it was super surreal and creepy and very creative for leads you ring a job. I don't know i was just like oh. This is really really out. There and creative felt like there were some shades of lake room in polanski's repulsion with the hands and stuff yeah. There is a lot there be very artistic. I will say i did not. I've never seen the one hundred extras come out to do something. In a real lifetime movie yes is clearly the big budget and yes even you know oh my god do you remember when those movies would come on and a saturday night and he'd be like oh my god all my favorite stars the situation but like there are some really creative moments in this. I also think there's like a a moment later on that. I think was like shot really well in the barn area. That's that's a worse so she gets to school in the words caitlyn roses a slut caitlyn as a horror spray painted above the name of the school. It's the first thing you get to see when he walked to school and again. The the sixties surf music really like hits me here. Yeah i also wrote on surf rock again yeah so the mom is dressed like across like phoebe from friends and like sort of a nineteen sixties. Go go dancer like did you get that. I actually thought it was <hes> <hes>. I thought it was the teacher for a minute. I was like oh my god look at the teacher stepping up her fashion. I kept when i was watching this being like oh. That's the mom like reminding myself yeah. If for some reason there were like too many people that looked alike well they go like a lotta times. It's like if you're going to have a like a teacher a blonde teacher that's authoritive. Y'all yeah make this blonde. Mom like get make someone redhead like hook us up. Okay forty one twenty one to forty three twenty one. How could you allow this to remain up here for a second doc and look what it says about us. When did this happen was here when i arrive this morning. The janitor doesn't come until eight everybody to see this because because the janitor is the only one cleans things up around here. Don't know this is not spilled milk. This is my daughter's reputation. We did our best to cover it up. You put tarps over it sort of do things sometimes happens in high school. Of course we feel terrible about all the cops. Why would i do that. Nobody got hurt hurt. I want you to find every single kid who did this. Who did it yet. Everybody knows who did this ethan. Jason all just words on a wall. She is in no danger boys not with my daughter. Four-point grade average in my college prep courses. I could leave to take my g. E. d. to graduate. I could search and your colleagues next spring semester not ready the kind of move your seventeen. You don't go look. They are not going to try something his ten. This whole thing is been glow low over. We'll be able to last it out. Besides you've got prom coming up in graduation rates are members of ma what you'll get real. This is never gonna gonna happen. I'm finished here because even jas. Why don't you just admit it. You don't want to leave okay. No i have not you. I don't care about the town seem mm-hmm.

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