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Creando un universo de Exposicin  Barceloneando 58

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42:28 min | 4 months ago

Creando un universo de Exposicin Barceloneando 58

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Esqu ; un deporte seguro en tiempo de inseguridades.

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12:48 min | 3 d ago

Esqu ; un deporte seguro en tiempo de inseguridades.

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Kingpins Daily: Carlo Gambino

Kingpins

06:13 min | 5 months ago

Kingpins Daily: Carlo Gambino

"This is kingpins. Apar- cast original. I'm Alice there and I'm kate every day in. May We're featuring a quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today's quotes is from Carlo. Gambino leader of the Gambino crime family though. He was deeply involved for the mob for more than five decades. Gambino only faced a total of twenty two months in prison. He saw his life's work as perfectly in line with the legal system and is given credit for the saying judges lawyers and politicians have a license to steal. We don't need one in some ways. Statement was a cunning deflection away to justify his lawbreaking deriding. Everyone else's thieves made it easy for Gambino to excuse his own actions if anything it even raised his organization above those who claim to protect law and order sure the mafia was made up of a bunch of crooks but at least they were up front about it unlike the corrupt politicians who pretended to stand against them though the pithy observation was intended to paper over the human consequences of Gambino's crimes. His worldview was a genuine result of his upbringing. From a young age. Gambino experienced the underbelly of society firsthand. Born in Sicily. He emigrated to the United States at the age of nineteen by illegally. Stowing away on an ocean liner. He might never have made it across the Atlantic. If he'd follow the rules he avoided years of red tape with a few well placed bribes. How could he respect to system? That was so easily cheated once he made it to the US. He established ties with family members. Already in New York City. He soon started working for mopus. Joseph Must Sirri-a once he found his way into the mafia families of New York. Gambino toiled for years as an associate eventually promoted to the rank of soldier to him. It was just like any other career. You did your job followed orders from the boss and work your way up the ladder but Gambino wasn't content to stay in the bottom of the food chain forever. He had his eyes on the prize at the very top. Luckily for him the balance of power in the mafia was rarely stable. For long there was always an opportunity to succeed for those with ambition. Patience and the right connections nineteen thirty one. Gambino's boss Joe. Massara was killed marking the end of what was known as the Castella Merisi war as the dust settled the boss of all the bosses Salvatore Manzano divided organized crime in New York among five mafia families. Later that year after Marin Zano had been killed a commission was created to mediate disputes between the families and effectively govern the world of organized crime the Mafia essentially had his own courts. It's easy to see how Gambino so himself as no different from the judges and politicians outside of organized crime to Gambino. Everyone played by a certain set of rules. His were just different. The Mafia had its ideas of honor and fair play which Gambino stuck to whenever it suited him off to the fallouts at the CASTELLO MERISI WAR. Gambino slowly grew more influential and would eventually take on the role of underboss within the anesthesia. Crime Family by nineteen fifty seven. There was only one man between him and total control of the family. The boss Albert Anastacia so Gambino did what he'd seen his own bosses do innumerable times over the years. He took out the obstacle in his way. He allegedly ordered a hit on anesthesia. In October of nineteen fifty seven afterwards he became the head of the Newly Christened Gambino crime family. Over the next twenty years he consolidated his position through a series of opportunistic power. Place he even took control over the commission and under his leadership the Gambino crime family all but ran customs at JFK International Airport. In Gambino's mind he was acting like any good politician taking power where he could and using it to keep himself safe whether or not he was in the right. No one could deny the Gambino was good at staying in control. He remained in charge of the Gambino family until nineteen seventy six when he died of natural causes for most of his adult life. Gambino did what he wanted playing by the rules. Only when it served him it undoubtedly worked for him but those closest to him often suffered for it. It can be argued that everything. Gambino did was only for his own benefit that may have made him similar to some lawyers judges and politicians. But it didn't exactly make him someone with celebrating in the end. The only way Gambino could justify a fifty year legacy of violence and theft was to point his finger at someone else. Thanks for listening. We'll be back tomorrow with another quote. You can find more episodes of kingpins for free on spotify wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Bytemarks Caf: Getting Broadband To Remote Areas

Bytemarks Cafe

29:09 min | 4 months ago

Bytemarks Caf: Getting Broadband To Remote Areas

"It's June seventeenth twenty, twenty, welcome to the new reality edition of Bite Marks Cafe where we serve you the first bite of today, science, Technology and innovation I'm Bert Lum I up. Blue startups is hosting a discussion called fundraising in the covert area with Canaan Principal Rafi Jasper us. OHKA and it's it's their upcoming insights for resilience Webinar. Rafi will discuss what has changed in the current fundraising environment, and what can entrepreneurs expect from venture capitalists today given the shifting social and economic landscape, and this is GonNa. Take Place on Monday June twenty second, which is this coming Monday from one PM to two. PM and I will put the link up on. The show knows for later on tonight, and you can get there at the bite. Marks Cafe Dot Org and you could probably go to a blue startups Bluestar of the common. Check it out there, too as well but I'll put it up on. The show notes for direct link to the event right, and of course now I, WANNA welcome. Dan Must told me from Hawaiian Telkom. Senator Kalani English representing Honda Upcountry. Maui mulcahy. As, well as a whole and of course bill sides. Who's part of the Hana Broadband Committee and they're here to tell us about a project that actually has been going on for a while, and we'll let them tell you how long this has been discussed, but it's the fiber. Run all the way to Hana so I. WanNA welcome Y'all to bite marks cafe. I. Law. Thanks now. Let's see. I guess, Senator. You're you're from Hana? You represent the the entire sort of east, Maui as well as. Night. This project is something that has been talked about for many years. In my correct, you know when I was first on the Maui County's council. In nineteen, Ninety six or ninety, seven put in fiber backbone in us. We actually do have a fiber back. There from the school all the way to more village, but then it comes to A. You know like Microwaves going out we begin on. It's like an Internet. We can have very high speed. We put that in the in the late nineties. you know so? We've been trying to work on this back at that time all the way until now not the technology evolves over time and you know the People's views of what they should be in the need for. It has changed as well. I think you know we are at the point now where he's smelly. Know is one of the villages. Many lilies largest village on the East I represent. Huge, carrier ten at the airport and couple, of Louis, and look towards Holly, fa La I represent all of that including the airport in Kabul Louis. So. Yes, we've been trying crouch over twenty years to. Twenty five years to get. equal access to that side of the island. Right and of course for people that don't know hunter is like the other side of. Highly Alkaline and you look at the you look at the mountains, and then you've got to drive all the way along on a highway, so it's a it's a pretty. Long drive and of course enjoyable. Once you get there. It's really typifies sort of rule Hawaii. Let's see de. Let's start with bill bill because you're. You're a longtime resident in Hana and You've. I guess formed like A. Hana Broadband Committee, so you've been even talking about this for a while as well so from from a resident Honda. I mean what if what have you seen happen over the course of the past years. Well, you act actually climbing president hunter as well Yeah, but you know When we started out at least my involvement came out of the. Fact that I was on the Hana a business council and they're. They're flower, industry, and a lot of businesses like that with the need, quick access for their invoicing and stuff. They were relying on new incoming table, and the connection with it was through. A dish and they we've kind of formed this group to get the company which was Oceanic Time Warner cable to improve their service over that microwave dish and we did get that accomplished to improved quite dramatically. It was getting very low like you know some people even get five hundred kilo by downloads and others were getting up to ten, and that was about it. So they brought it up like fifty and seventy now and so it's not better, but we've always needed that backbone. And that was what we'd been working on, and I've been working on Dan way back about five years ago or so. We were talking about bringing and. On the North End, but that geographically didn't work out, so they're gonNA. Connect it up on on the south income through, and they'll pay and I and I he who you know, and all the places like Capo long stretch of small villages, and so it's not just four hundred, but it's. I. Guess the main fiber. Is GonNa? Come into hot and then go out from there to all religious. Yeah, yeah, we'll we'll. Get to the kid symphony. WanNa talk a little bit more about the actual route itself but Dan you know. When I was working at Hawaiian. This were days when Hana was still on on the discussion table, and and actually getting you know like senator English said we use. They've already got like a fiber in the greater sort of Hana area, but actually getting connectivity to Hana from elsewhere. What's the? What's the challenge there? What currently exists? Currently exists and bill alluded to What spectrum had with their microwave system. We also have a microwave system that provides a backbone into Hana and And you know similarly. We have fiber Hana itself, but it all goes to. The microwave radio system and with the growth of broadband you know it, it has become congestion point simply because you know, bandwidth grows. You know across the east small by two percent every year so We need a different medium that has more unlimited, but then. And scale ability, which is why we're looking at fiber now. So so so Dan! What what are some of the limitations with with microwave? I mean if people are curious like what are the typical bandwidth that you could actually deliver on a microwave? And so the typical bandwidth You know. Similar to fiber, the bandwidth is spread over spectrum. Microwave spectrum is much smaller than it is with fiber, so and you're also dealing with distances, so our microwave shot actually goes from east molly over to the Big Island. And then from Hawaii island jumps on our fiber network to get to the outside world, so crossing the ocean at that distance. Kinda limits your bandwidth also, so you know you can get anywhere from you know. Two gigs to five gigs, but Really anything over that You're putting in bigger and more expensive systems. And it is it is subject to. Well! Is it subject to weather? And is it subject to you know? Let's say water moisture in the air I mean going over the ocean. I don't know how many miles that is, but that's a I would think that there would be some. Degradation of the signal over that over that channel. Definitely, whether affects it, Without get into technical. We try to minimize that by putting up instead of just a pair of antennas. We put actually four antennas up which special spatial diversity so that if one of the signals? is lost. The other antennas are there to pick up the signal so You. Know things like that. Mitigate the problems with the weather and stuff, but you know it does. It still affects the signal. Now senator you know in terms of. Getting. Capacity through fiber through infrastructure. Obviously, it's an investment on the part of the the carrier to to actually put that money into getting two locations I mean from a from From your vantage point as a as a senator, I mean what what would you or what have you done perhaps to help? Compel that to to happen given that it's still a business decision. Well. Yes, if a business decision on the APP on those companies, but they're also are required to do. What's called the last mile telephone company. Know and for the cable companies. I think it's the last five mind. so you know they've taken federal money and part of that. acceptance of that federal money was if they have to complete these area. So you know they're sort of like. Let's go back to you. Know another technology. In the twenties thirties and into the forties where they were doing grooming lecture fixation and they were doing. And the days of monopoly, right the he federal government. Subsidized quite a bit rollout of infrastructure to rural areas. and so act electric and telephone now an activity. Fan, great, high-speed and fifty. is an essential part of. Part of the critical infrastructure for people, take a look at yesterday. When team over went down, nationwide affected H., e., N., T., it affected all the other carriers and you know. Huge disruption in people's lives and business and commerce. Likewise with this so yeah, from my vantage point you know the. The amount of from resources that are put in. by the federal government and you know somebody else, but. For the most part, what's the state, just we you know, give an exchange for the rights of way goes back to nineteen four. Territorial agreements. In the days of monopoly right now in days of competition. In the days of an awfully territory, signed an agreement with the four counties and electric, company and Telephone Company in exchange for the use of government rice away, so we own the. Airspace and a lot of times where they put this whole. in exchange for giving that to them, they will. To the last mile, and so you know Hano, for example, he's always connected. On the electric company out there until the late sixties that's finally connected to molly electric became part of it I think nineteen sixty eight. but before that we produce electricity in Hana and we had our own separate Chris Part of this was. You know to create that type of an activity, and so that's why the federal government has the types of grants. That's wind cellphone. Playing has. That's what they're using to connect into these these remote areas so. You know and if you start from a business model if you look at it. on a town itself has about eight hundred people have immediately surrounding villages had us another sports. He's twelve hundred. To that size, but there's about. Four to five thousand. On all the villages elsewhere now from business bottle all those people that were not connected before in all of these are most villages are greater. Than the customer base that would be proper right right now. That's great. That's good and I do WanNa I. Do WanNa Talk to Dan a little bit about the connect. America Fund because that's a part of the. Funding, that's going to enable this. But before we get to that. When hold that thought, we'll be right back after the break to continue. Our conversation with Dan must've told me. Senator Kalani English and build sides about getting fiber to Hannah, and all the villages along the way this is bite marks cafe support for bite marks. Cafe comes from the HP our local talk. Show Fund, which helps Hawaii public radio sustain and grow its locally produced talk shows Mahalo to contributors, locations and Honolulu Waldorf School. Welcome back. This is bite, marks, cafe, Burt Lum, and if you're just joining us, we're talking to. Dan. Must've told ME FROM HAWAII TELKOM SENATOR? Kalani English representing representing Hana Upcountry Maui MOLUCCA. Lavi and of course bill sides part of the Hana broadband. Committee, and we're talking about how to get fiber to Hana. And and we were previously to the break we were talking about you know the the business model and financing and and senator English talked a little bit about the the funding from the federal agencies and and Dan I know. I know a I got connect America Fund, so that's probably a good part of what is helping to fund getting the project of laying fiber out the to Hana. yeah, absolutely burt in fact without the CONNEC America Funds. To help subsidize the costs. You know a project like this. Probably would be unlikely it. It needs you know. With the federal funding that we are getting and it makes the investment very comparable to build. We do in an urban area on a while. And for people that you know if they take take for granted broadband Internet, access I mean the kind of work that actually needs to be done for you to run fiber to a location data me. What does it what does involve me whether it's trenching or you got? You got crews out there. You got fiber that you have to lay in splice and connect I mean what are some of the things that are involved with actually laying the fiber. But. There's many steps involved in one of the first when you approach area like East Maui is finding the right route to get there. you know as as bill mentioned When we first started talking Oyi Intel was exploring options going along the north route and and finding what the best path would be, and we are looking at a lot of different things and bill is. Is helping us look at somebody's options and For example you know. There's a lot of water ditches to bring water from East Maui over to central, Mali, and we're thinking. Maybe we could follow one of these water. He's easement to get to each molly. So you know there's a lot of research that is involved in finding the most optimal path and then. after that we have to do a lot of feasability studies on you know one to be established pauline, or once we decide to trench cable, or or even put in undersea keeble to reach a certain location You know, we. have to survey the area. We have to see what Archaeological sites may be in the PAT we have to. Go through the necessary permit in sometimes, it involves more extensive. Environmental Studies so yeah a lot of priore before you even get to the. Engineering and just of actually building the route. That's a great. Point Bill Bill So you know Dan Dancing. You provided some support for understanding the nuances of the various path. I mean what? Tell me a little bit about the North Pathum. A Lot Rainier, right? I mean and a lot more challenging. Well. That's the you know the the windward side where you get the most rain That's problem we had with the dish was it was going up to an annual rainfall of one hundred twenty inches, so it gets a Lotta rain over that side, but downward band was talking about. It's more like the geography that the hills go kind of more straight up and down there, so analyst ditches where it's just amazing, I? Don't know if anybody's looked into it other than than a few people but. But they were the they put in those ditches, do mountains and in Siphons, and they were just in a geographical wonder to put him in, and so when they try to maintenance the lines up above the road where they can go straight it it I think that's what Dan is talking about. It just wasn't cost effective, but what was what was the challenge with the with the waterways? If that was such a? Say. Some of those waterways are not just straight ditches that you just lay them in all right go. They go through the mountains. And then some of them are what they called siphons. They'll go into the mountain. Go down, maybe one hundred feet, and then go across, do their mountain and backup that aside, and then continue, and and I just couldn't believe those existed until I saw the maps, and so it's not A. A straight ditch that I think Dan and I originally thought that would be that you just, and it would be you know something where you could ex- excess it real easily you can't. You can't just lay a in the short or just put a poll over in this big valleys, and so just the geography didn't then self from that side without getting close to the road. Run into a lot of easement issues. We're hoping for a straight shot. but as bill mentioned you run into major ravines and major mountains that Back in the day. They just you know Created a whole mountain and It's It was probably a engineering feat at the time, but it was barriers to us to lease in our case So by by nature, was that route kind of the first choice? And then you? You concluded that it was too difficult, and why was the south route not considered or became the second alternative? South Route You know. It is dry air, but it does have its own issues and its own challenges There's a lot of areas in the south route which get washed out there in heavy rains. And So we're trying to avoid that and find a path along the north where you know, it might be more difficult to build, but the The run Andy. The Flash, flooding a little more known. Do what Rabin's in what rivers would go through. The South is a little more wild and. Unpredictable. And so just curious I. Mean How would you? Engineer to accommodate possible. FLASH FLOODS AND The threat of washouts yeah. Don't take special engineering designed Tudo sections. If we're going areo, then you know we're GONNA use special types of fiber self-support Strand fibers that can spend great distances. To where we wouldn't have to place pull in between, and we could span across these areas and not have to worry about it and Or if it's too far, we're looking at some directional bore options to go under. The problem and and then pop out at the other. That's really interesting. Now now. Bill I do want to ask you a little bit about the villages along the way because. I've been corrected that. It's not necessarily a Hannah project. It's the East Maui project, but before we do that on a game, we're can hold. That thought. We have another break coming up, we'll be. We'll have a short break and we'll continue our conversation with Dan Masatomi Senator Kalani, English and bill sides. This is bite, marks cafe. Support for Bite. Marks cafe comes from the HP. Our local talk show fund whose contributors help Hawaii public radio sustained and grow its locally produced talk shows Mahalo to the Saint Andrew's schools, which includes the priory school for girls, the prep for boys and Queen Emma Preschool. Welcome back! This is bite marks, cafe, Burt Lum, and if you're just joining us, we're talking Dan. must've Tony from Hawaiian Telkom? Senator Kalani English representing e smalley, and of course bill sides from the Hana Broadband, committee? And of course we're talking about broadband getting to rural communities along the way to Hana and and build you know you've you've educated me about some of the? Opportunities that might exist along the route to to Hana, and and even you know Senator English. We talked about this to you. What are what are some of the? Give. What are some of the communities along? The Way and home might benefit from this connectivity. Well the. Well, let's see. I think I bring up the fact that there's a lot of bridges that they're being replaced right now. The county bridges run out from. You know the South Direction in state ones run the north, direction, and the reason why I'm bringing up the bridges because they're repairing them all and we've had one go out already, and now we have pandemic, but there's a possibility that we could lose another bridge rather easily and so The issue I've kind of focused on is trying to make sure that the students get connected up. With the US teachers and right now places like hooghly anyone he who and and pay an I and calpine. They, don't they don't have those connections so. with the broadband and they can't. They can't be taught from from home so it with what they're putting in just fiber optic backbone. Going all you have to Kfi is an opportunity for us to get to see the kids. do the same level as as the people are in the WAC, who as far as eating in Kutcher and and being able to go online as all the other kids do, and then they won't be left in the dust, technologically in the future, so that's what I'm kind of concerned with and looking at how we can tie the kids from these rural villages into the school system, and in the event to be lose a bridge or having other pandemic, and how they can be taught at home and access. So, so senator English you're. You're saying something. No. It was just I'm sorry out for placing. It's not really believe means peanuts. Read You Nisa? Let you know right ruling. Just have to correct people on on. Line for. The language difference in meaning, but you know we have a lot of religious along the size, and all the way around, and you know so villages on on. Starting from the couple of Lewis is. An activity and Around. Allure! Going out and from there. You have all these community on apoe. Relative, Kahlua! Why you all these very very small areas with pockets. Of Keep A. Lear, so you know they'll be five families in their. Ten families in an area so it on the road, and there's you know diligent two hundred people. But, if you don't know there there, you would just think bushes. All of these people. Long, these you know from this going. Have varying levels of most have some farmers, electrcity, and telephone I think a lot of them do but some villages so either. So you know, this would be sort of giving them the. Putting to enter the modern age. And you know part of of communication. Network and network has happened note there. And then going on the back side, you have all of these very very small villages, but. You know and that's why working with Hawaiian on their of voting. Where they will make a difference for example. You know right now. They're looking at putting it along the highway. Hawaiian homeland, but if they go up, they'll actually go whereas the community is provide. the people in Nui Hawaiian homesteaders there with an activity. But for the planners until they you know, they don't know they're just how to put it in. And that's why I've been working with them. Saying, let's put it in these particular areas. which maybe you know, which then would service a lot of people, so we're trying to figure out how to get the most modest service to most amount of people. Now that's good to know and. You know! We have about a minute and a half, but I wanted to give Dan a chance to talk a little bit about how you would plan along with what senator. English is talking about as well as you know. What are some of the other rural communities that you're? You're looking to connect in the very near future. Yes, sure so Far East Molly specifically. You know we are coming from cooler and we are going to route to couple. And up through Honda and then all the way to the heat so we're trying to cover as much of east, Maui, as possible With various different jobs here and there Folks along the main highway and the main road will definitely benefit, but you know we're working with senator. English and people like bill to see how we can go towards the ocean air into the mountains to find. These additional people that don't live close to the the main road. And have pockets that weekend feed into so I think well end up with a good network for everybody in all of these smiley. And you know specifically specific to your question on where we're going next you know starting in July We have a crew ready to go out to multi That's going to be another show because I definitely want to talk about your plans to service. You know I'm glad you mentioned it and the reason for me to have you guys back on of course Dan must've told me is the director of network optimization and subsea engineering at Hawaiian Telka Senator Kalani. English represents Hana Upcountry. Maui MOLUCCA ill niane lobby, and of course bill sides. It's part of the Hana. Broadband Committee I WANNA. Thank you all for joining us today. And of course, thank you for listening to bite marks. Cafe Join US next week when we'll find out about a law trace and contact tracing. If you miss any part of this addition, you can find the podcast tonight. Show one bite, marks, Cafe Dot Org, and if you have any comments or suggestions, you'll free to email me at bite marks, gmail.com, or you can find me on twitter I'm at bite. Marks are engineers David. Chongqing catch on each one every Wednesday, or via the F. I tunes Google, play and Stitcher. and. Of course you stay awesome, we'll see you next week. On another edition of Bite Marks Cafe. Home.

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Paisajes rticos-Escandinavos escondidos en Galicia? Conoce Peatrevinca el Techo de Galicia y una de nuestras 16 Cimas

Podcast RadioViajera

17:38 min | 4 months ago

Paisajes rticos-Escandinavos escondidos en Galicia? Conoce Peatrevinca el Techo de Galicia y una de nuestras 16 Cimas

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Insane Mode

Supercharged

39:30 min | 10 months ago

Insane Mode

"I now have the honor of introducing the person who on a daily basis that our company pushes the ideal that nothing is impossible. Ladies and Gentlemen Mr Ilan Must Tesla just wouldn't be the same without Elon. Musk as an alien best. Dot Inaugural Chairman majority shareholder and CEO. There is no doubt that he steered the company into its prominent position in the electric vehicle. Industry he's being compared to iron man's tiny stock and he's perhaps the most prominent leader and public figure of all car companies. Today you know Alan is a larger than life personality once again. It's Bloomberg reporter Dana Hull. He has a voracious mind. He's an incredibly avid reader. He's really into gaming. I think he is demanding and exacting but he he's demanding an exacting of himself as well. I mean he works incredibly hard running to company simultaneously. you just like a beret curiosity and a really kind of ambitious mind and he thinks about things you know in the future and I think he inspires people because of that. But how did you become the person he is today? And how has his personality shape? Tesla as a company from Lawson media. This is supercharged. The show about power conflict and the people who are driving change. I'm Christopher Lawson and this season where exploring electric vehicles and how Tesla is forcing the entire automative industry to move towards an electric future. This is episode five insane mode. Why are we making electric cars? Why does it matter? The mission of Tesla's to accelerate the advent of renewable energy. I think he is obviously a creative genius. Tesla has become more and more about the on. Must he's not known for being a great storyteller giving speeches but people believe in them. It's financially insane to buy anything. Other than Tesla Elon. Musk was born and raised in Pretoria South Africa to a Canadian. Mother and South African Fava like many innovators and entrepreneurs yuan showed great aptitude from a young age in a twenty seventeen interview with rolling stone. He stated that he was raised by books in Nineteen Ninety three at age twelve. Ilan created. A computer game could blossom which he programmed entirely by himself. He then later sold it to a computer magazine for five hundred dollars back then. We didn't even have the Internet right. There was no youtube tutorial. There wasn't even windows. He was building a computer. Game when we had DOS. That was a command line interface and it was really hard to learn. That's Melissa Schilling author of Quirky a book that explores the science behind the traits and the drive creative geniuses to make spectacular breakthroughs. Most people didn't even have computers back then so for him to teach himself how to program a computer and to make. This video is is really astonishing. So I'm sure when he did it and sold it. It gave him an intense sense of. Wow I can do things that actually make money. I can if I set my mind to something I can achieve things that other people will be really surprised by so that was a big important early win for him that I helped contribute to his sense of self efficacy by Nineteen eighty-eight. Ilan had obtained a Canadian possible and left South Africa to attend university in Ontario Canada. A few years later he would arrive in the United States and enroll at Stanford with the intention to do a PhD on energy storage technology. Furlough trick vehicles. Although he dropped out after just two days to be shoe an Internet. Start up musk along with his brother. Kimball founded his first company ZIP TO IN NINETEEN NINETY FIVE. Cyp Two was essentially an Internet version of a telephone directory and it had maps included it was sold in nineteen ninety nine to come back for three hundred seven million. Us dollars that same year. Musk founded his second company. X. Dot com one of the world's first online banks less than six months into its existence. The company merged with confetti its main competitor and was renamed pay pal after the product. That can finnity. Were already developing prior to the merger. He had a vision of the entire financial system being put on the Internet so he wanted to do. Was something much grander than pay pal. And that's DOT COM. Was supposed to be four now. He was disappointed a little bit because pay pal had an immediate payoff and its use was very clear to people and so people started focusing on pay pal as opposed to a complete digital financial system. And so he was a little bit disappointed by that because he wanted to see something. Far Grander still demerge. Paid off Ilan setting him on a path to success in two thousand and two paper was acquired by for one point five billion US Dulles. Musk walked away with one. Hundred fifty million in profit and went on to establish next company SPACEX that same year as a young man Elon. Musk had a vision for the sort of work that he wanted to do and the problems he wanted to help solve and by this point in his career he already tackled two of them. When I was in college I try to think what are the really big problems that face the world that that which will most affect the future of humanity and the the the three that that I thought were the most important where the Internet transition to a sustainable energy economy and third was space exploration in particular becoming a myth? Making Life Multi Planetary. That's mosque in a two thousand eight interview with the Henry Ford Museum. Although he has had financial success through his business ventures you'll inspite ovation's have always been great up and part of that drive to solve some of the world's biggest problems was inspired by the kind of role models that he looked up to people like Steve Jobs and bill gays and he also stated in that same two thousand interview that he takes more inspiration from Thomas Edison then. He's company's namesake. Nikola Tesla some of the the obvious role models. I think Edison certainly role model for probably the biggest role models and an interesting contrast like Edison versus. Tesla is interesting the car companies Tesla and Tesla's because we use AC induction motor which is knocked. Actually tested developed And the guy deserves a little more than he gets in current society But on Balance. I'm a big Fan of Edison and Tesla because Edison brought his stuff to market and made those inventions accessible to the world whereas didn't really do that but Melissa. She says that she actually sees more similarities between mosque. And Nikola Tesla with a touch of Steve Jobs straining the makes as well. I think there are a lot of like in fact at one point when I was studying them. You know I spent about it. I spent about a year studying steve jobs before I got into Nikola Tesla Andy Long and at some point I had this funny feeling that Somehow Elon. Musk was the secret. Lovechild OF NIKOLA TESLA STEVE. Jobs couldn't figure out the logistics of how that worked. But but he has this interesting blend. Because you know like Nikola Tesla. He's got the photographic memory you know. Nikola Tesla also had an obsession with Mars. A complete obsession with Mars. Which is just a weird strange coincidence right Nikola Tesla had this huge saw gacy. Alon and he had this incredible intelligence where they could do calculus and advanced physics in their heads so they have these things in common and also the idea intense intense idealism. They both have in common and the sort of social awkwardness. I think. They haven't comment. But Steve Jobs had a lot of those traits. But Steve Jobs could also be obstreperous and difficult and aggressive. And I think sometimes Along can be like that too but there are some times when he lon has done things at his company that people compare to Steve Jobs perhaps in a negative way. But it's part of this. I'm going to get it done whether you like it or not attitude and also they're all all three of them are very low self monitors which means none of them invested a lot of energy in thinking about how they were perceived by others. Actually Nikola Tesla was quite worried about his physical appearance but he didn't monitor the things he said or the way he behaved to seem normal. That was not part of his motivation. But perhaps the strongest trait that Ilan hsieh's with Nikola Tesla he's he's outlook on the world. And how that influences. The work he shoes. There's a form of religion and they're right a belief an intense conviction about what you can do in the world that is beyond what we see around us and I think that Ilan has that right he sees the world. We're going to build on Mars and to him. It's real and two other people. It's science fiction right and to have that intense faith that's a form of religion. I would say it's not a traditional religion. It's a form of of spirituality. Now the one thing he doesn't have He doesn't have the charisma I don't think right. He's he's not known for being a great storyteller giving great speeches. Not The way that Steve Jobs was or the way. Perhaps Nikola Tesla was but people believe in them. It's about breaking spell so the world has been under this illusion that electric cars cannot be as good as gasoline. Cars that if you have to go with an electric car you're accepting a product that's worse what the Model S. is fundamentally about is breaking that illusion. It's showing that that electric car can in fact be the best car in the world. That's what makes it really important. It's musk's ambition and Ford thinking mindset that has enabled him to convince investors and customers to buy into his grand vision for Tesla and since he took over as CEO in two thousand and eight yuan has become the face of the company. Here's Dana Hall. Tesla and Ilan are very intertwined here in the United States in terms of corporate. America is probably one of the most well-known. Ceo's that we have. He's very active on twitter. He and he sort of markets the company. Like no other so you know. The Tesla brand recognition is is very intertwined with musk as a person and Because Alon is you know a sort of a futurist who's involved in a lot of other endeavors. He's able to kind of pull off these marketing events that benefit. Tesla in a way. That would be very difficult for anyone else to do. And Ilan's visionary way of thinking influences every move Tesla makes Tesla has become more and more about Elon. Musk this is author. Ednid- A he's become more and more central to everything that the company does but particularly its image. And I think that as that's happened more and more that's happened as they've gotten more into the mass market with the model three which actually requires again a very different kind of culture. And you know what we're seeing now. Is that there are divergences between what is good for. Tesla and what is good for Elon? Musk and unfortunately elon. Musk in his image inside. That company seem to be more important than what's the right thing for the company period and if you look at their governance of the way their board set up you can understand sort of why that's happened Elon. Musk has basically the original founders. Have all been out for a long time. And he really just has a stranglehold on power at that company and some of that has been good but again as you get into a more mass market scale. No one person can manage thirty five thousand employees. Which is what Tesla has. The only thing that can manage that scale is culture will remove when you look at an industry like space exploration. We had Grand. Ideas ARE EMBRACED. Yulon's ambitious mind translates really well to that environment. And we clearly see that we everything. Musk is achieving. And striving for at SPACEX but the automotive industry requires a very different kind of approach and a lot of the problems that Tesla has experienced as they move that into mass market vehicles is directly related to Musk's bold vision for the company. You have to be a team player and a consensus builder to really rise to the top of one of these. Major automakers when you have a smaller premium maker that's where traditionally you've seen the yuan must tight characters with Endo Ferrari or Lamborghini earth contaminant lotus to make a great premium car. You need that. I'm uncompromised artistic. Almost vision to be realized right. It's one person is to have an artistic vision that a committee is just not going to have. I think the Model X. is a really interesting illustration of that the Model X. Could not get billed by any other automaker because people from the manufacturing and quality assurance would have just said listen the doors get it they look cool but the costs are just going to be out of control and let's just put regular doors on there and ultimately they would win that debate inside a tesla. The culture is very much one where people do not question must leadership even when they know better. There just isn't a counterbalance. Elon Musk's vision and everybody else trying to make that into reality. But you don't have are like as robust debates because people who are involved in this company find it very difficult if not impossible to stand up to Elon. Musk visions and to say you know what that seems a good idea but actually if you really look at it it's not going to be and with all of his power and influence at Tesla. You'll and musk has become so important. That the company success or failure rests on his shoulders in a way the ultimate failure of leadership is when you build a company that cannot succeed without you and my concern. Is I think that you must may have done that. It's very difficult to imagine. Hustler would be able to certainly keep raising money the way they have. I don't know that they would have the brand image that they have the appeal of the cars and just sort of the marketing. Pr that he does just by being him. is so important and also culturally inside the company. There isn't a self sustaining culture. The Culture Tesla is. What will Ilan think about it? If you own we'll think this is a good idea. Then we're going to do it if he doesn't think it's a good idea we won't do it. That's the culture we remove him from it and the culture becomes rudderless key is both Tesla's greatest asset and greatest liability and after the break tesla stability is tested as a single tweet cost Elon. Musk his position as chairman. We started production supercharged back in April of twenty nine to eighteen planning to create an episode of Moonshot series about electric cause and then as we started researching it. We kept diving much deeper into the automotive world. We've poured a lot of time energy and money into bringing this all together. In fact we've spent about six months making the series and close to thirty thousand dollars. If you love this then I'd like to encourage you to consider making a donation to support this kind of journalism into the feature. All funds will go towards producing more in depth investigative content. You can make a donation at our website. Charged show dot com slash dynamite. Thanks for your support through his. Many ventures Elon. Musk has risen to prominence as an incredibly public figure. He has a passionate fan base of people who believe in his aspirations including thirty million followers on twitter but that profile also comes with responsibility. Especially when you're the champs and CEO of a public company on the seventh of August twenty eighteen. Musk posted an extremely controversial statement on twitter. Quite 'em considering taking Tesla private at four hundred and twenty dollars funding secured the tweet caused serious disruptions to the stock market and Teza stock price rose by more than six percent that tweet cause enormous havoc. I mean everyone was like well wait. Who are the investors ultimately the United States Securities and Exchange Commission sued? Musk for securities fraud today. The Securities Fraud Charges Against Elon. Musk the chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors the SEC's complaint which was filed earlier. Today in Federal District Court seeks finding. That must committed securities fraud an injunction prohibiting him from doing so in the future civil penalties disgorgement of any ill-gotten gains and a bar prohibiting mosque from serving as an officer or director of a public company in the future. That's the SEC's Stephanie Vacation. At a press conference on September twenty seven twenty eighteen so this was a big deal. Taking Tesla private would mean removing all of its public shareholders and mosques statement was problematic because it simply wasn't true all of this was just part of Mr Musk's very fertile imagination but had no real basis in reality. This is Harvey Pitt. Former chairman of the SEC. From two thousand one to two thousand and three the major principal function of the SEC is to guard the market from the pernicious conduct of fraud artists and to ensure the fairness of our securities markets as well full and fair disclosure by public companies. That have raised money from the investing public. Mr Musk's tweet about taking the company private was deemed by the SEC to be materially misleading because among other things there was no transaction there was no financing. There had been no price established. There had been no special committee by the Board of directors to govern all of this while leading Tesla's investors to believe that he had a firm offer in hand. We alleged that musk had arrived at the price of four hundred and twenty dollars by assuming a twenty percent premium over Tesla's then existing share price and then rounding up to four hundred twenty dollars because of the significance of that number in marijuana culture and his belief that his girlfriend would-be amused by the twee appeared designed to have an immediate market impact and this created an impression in the marketplace that he already had negotiated a transaction in which a willing buyer or group of buyers were willing to pay a specific price which he disclosed and the difficulty with that statement was most corporations are careful enough not to make important disclosures using twitter or similar APPs just two days after the SEC. Press conference it was announced that Elon Musk had reached a settlement agreeing to step down as chairman of Tesla he also agreed to pay forty million. Us stolas in penalties there actually were to settlements it appeared that initially Tesla Ans- lawyers had agreed to settle. And then Mr. Musk decided he did not want to settle with the SEC and he threw what some might call a hissy and out the board of directors to agree that it would support him and not settled the case with the SEC. The result of that was that a second settlement ultimately was crafted but the second settlement was much worse for Mr. Musk and for Tesla than the original settlement had been because Mr. Musk had tried once to renege on a settlement and the SEC. One spitting was going to protect itself of the interests of investors. So I think it's important to realize that there were some very significant restraints that were intended to be imposed on Mr Musk. As a result of the second effort at settling the case and he ultimately when through unsigned that settlement that final settlement also required that tesla an independent person making. Musk ineligible for the position for three years. Additionally Tesla had to appoint to new independent directors to its board and musk's tweets and communications with investors. Now had to be monited but this didn't stop Ilan from speaking out Mr Mosque after the settlement went On an attack of the SEC. I don't think that the SEC paid or pays any attention when people want to attack it. In the petulant manner exhibited by Mr. Musk calling it. The shortsellers Enrichment Commission. He is not required to admire or think well of the CC but what he is required to do however is to live up to the terms of his agreement that there would be an adult in the room. And before Mr Musk would issue any more tweets. His tweets would be reviewed by whoever was serving as the adult in the room. This comes back to the kind of peasant he'll muskie's even the SEC wasn't going to hold him back. He's militia healing he's brilliant. He's super super competent and capable but he cannot be managed in the way. You might want to manage him so you just hold on and go for the ride. Would it be better if maybe there were limits on the things he said on twitter? Probably you know having the stock be volatile is bat having people lose faith in the stock has bad because you need the stock to do well in order to sustain being able to get access to capital needs needs capital to run that company because remember. It's a relatively young company so consumes a lot of cash companies that are growing as fast as tesla growing are going to be in the red for a while. That's normal right. That's not doesn't mean they're failing that's just the process of rapid growth because you have to build out assets long before you can earn profits on them so so having some limits on the things he says on twitter probably good the the second part could aborted directors. Manage him probably knocked. You know he's going to be his own person. He is never going to defer to authority probably of any kind so the only point at which he's going to be restrained in what he says on twitter is going to be the point at which he decide to restrain himself. It's not going to be somebody else restraining him. It's a kind of a double edged sword because on the one hand what fans and customers love about. Alon is that he is accessible. I mean he will answer customer questions and Complaints and feedback on twitter If you catch them at the right Moment Hill respond. He's seen as excessively on authentic. Which is which is an attribute that a lot of people like but on the downside if he's tweeting out material information and moving the stock market in the eyes of regulators that better securities fraud. And you on. Musk seems to have made a bit of a habit of his controversial. Oh misleading tweets on the twentieth of February Twenty nineteen. Musk posted quite tesla may zero. 'cause in twenty eleven but will make around five hundred thousand in two thousand nineteen. This figure wasn't consistent with numbers released by the company and four hours later. Mosque had backtracked clarifying that. Deliveries for twenty nineteen estimated to be about four hundred thousand another series of tweets in twenty eighteen landed. Musk in a court case. It will begin with efforts to rescue a young soccer team in the coach who had been trapped in a cave in Thailand. Musket offered to help by building custom submarine but by the time it was ready for deployment a rescue mission was already underway then in west a British Daiva involved in the rescue had told CNN that Moscow quite stick the submarine where it hats believing it to be a PR stunt. Mosque retaliated on twitter coaling with APD guy before swiftly deleting the post UN's West Sued. Musk FIDEL SUMMATION BEFORE. Mosque hired a private investigator to look into. Unsworth in order to back up his claim throughout the court guys. Musk maintained his stance that he's tweet was in insult not defamation following a two day trial on December six two hundred nineteen. A jury found that musk's tweets did not meet the legal standards of defamation. It's worth noting that. At the time of recording several of mosques questionable tweets as still online including his initial post about taking Tesla. Private while Muskie's clearly I smart and successful innovator far too often his actions have negatively impacted. Tesla he's happy for shareholders in Tesla. Why would anyone want to see their? Ceo Behave petulantly. An attack a regulator. That could exercise. What many believe could be life and death power over the company? It's just not wise to wave a red flag in front of a bull but Mr. Musk seems to enjoy doing that. I think he is obviously a creative genius. He had very strong ideas about what electric cars could do. And as we are all witnessing around the globe Tesla's efforts are being emulated by virtually every major automobile manufacturer. Now and Tesla has had a very good public reception. Although it had sat some serious operating problems it has not been able to deliver cars at anywhere near the pace It requires it is losing money. At an alarming rate and heads debt load is constantly increasing in that environment. What shareholders you deserve is to have a leader who combines Mr Musk's creativity and his creative genius with a later who understands how to operate and enormous manufacturing concern and knows how to put everything together in a way that assures the public at the efforts of the company are directed at solving its operational problems and taking full advantage of the creative genius. That has gotten them so much acclaim It seems to me that Mr. Musk has a fifty percent of that equation but he is lacking in the qualities that I believe reasonable investors would find reassuring in a CEO of an enterprise that has had more than its share of operational difficulties obviously Elon. Musk also has his responsibilities with SPACEX and Harvey says that dividing his time across both companies as well as many of the commitments could be making matters. Worse it's certainly possible to take to wall established highly efficient companies and manage both of them in a way that promotes shareholder values takes advantage of synergies and produces good results for both companies. I believe when you're dealing with two startups that are on the outer edges of corporate developments one electrical cars and the other space exploration neither of which can be run pursuant to an already existing template it becomes exceedingly difficult for any individual. Even one as creative as Mr. Musk to run both companies equally. Well and serve the shareholders of both companies. I think there is a major risk and trying to do too much and do so with what clearly appears to be far too little in the way of resources on the like. I think it has been difficult for him at times. To delegate again this is Dina Hall one of the criticisms of Tesla. Is that not only does Tesla not have a COO? But you know. Ilan is not a full-time CEO. He's not there every day. He spends a lot of time on SPACEX but that said he works sort of an incredible number of hours so whether he's physically there in the CO chair from nine to five every day. Does it really matter? I mean he's always very engaged with what's going on the company but I do worry about him burning out. I mean he you know is is is running shoe and that's a tall order for anyone. I mean you know. It's very hard to do successfully and you have to just sort of wonder about succession planning If you ever wanted to take a step back and just focus on spacex you know who would run tesla who would be the heir apparent. And that's not very clear right now it's a rare for CEO to be involved in so many projects. Critics will say that you know. He's stretched too thin. He really just needs to focus on tesla that Tesla needs a CEO who can just be one hundred percent there but He wouldn't be on if you did that so I guess I'm just sort of curious about his own time management. Is He sleeping well at night? Resilient INSOMNIAC just how he's he's sort of doing personally because he's talked quite openly about the excruciating toll that all of this is taken on him and the CEO of the company should not need to sleep on the factory floor to make sure that things are getting done so people see it as a sort of an indication of just how dedicated to Tesla. Musk is and I'm not doubting that but I don't think it's necessarily a positive thing. I think it raises questions about the ability of everyone else to get things done in chain of command You know the delegation piece as Tesla moves forward unwavering in their mission. The biggest challenges is yet to come but all eyes will be on Elon. Musk the one person on which this company's fate rests his fans say that it's not about the money for him and obviously when you hear someone say billionaire doesn't care about money that's rarely rings true right but I think in the case of Tesla. There is actually some truth to that because this pattern that we've seen with him. I think there's there's never really been a point at which Tesla ever seemed like. It would actually make a lot of money but I think what she did see was that Tesla could be an amazingly strong brand by associating brand with him and him with that brand could make him into. This is really popular beloved popular culture figure. And he's done that he wanted to be seen as the visionary behind Tusla and so he's built his image to around around these altruistic idea saving the planet from pollution building another home for for humans in the stars. I think those have been really powerful at building that image as well and again I think. That's what. That's what motivates him is is. I think those goals genuinely motivate him but I think also the idea that he is this guy that is solving these heroic problems. He clearly wants to be seen as a hero and he is seen by many as a hero. Coming up on the final episode of supercharged for Season One as our transition to sustainable energy continues. How will our electric grids adapt? And what does the future hold for? Tesla I don't think the future of electric vehicles depends upon Tesla. There are some triumphs. There are hardships will be a really interesting competitive. Landscape is all the shapes up. My fear is that they've painted themselves into a corner. You know every time. Tesla comes out with a car. It's kind of a bet. The company sort of project. Each product launches sort of mission. Critical supercharged is a production of in media and is hosted by me. Christopher Lawson Mixing and production by James Parkinson Jasmine me. Lee is our assistant producer. Andrew Miller created our artwork and Nick Buchanan composed out the track music in this episode from Brake Master Cylinder and our ad. Music comes from epidemic. Sound for more information about the series notified episode transcription sources head to charge show DOT com. Or you can find us on facebook twitter and instagram. Just such charged showed. If you're enjoying this series and you'd like to support the work we do then. I encourage you to share it with a friend. And if you feeling really generous you can also head to our website charged show dot com slash donate. Thanks for listening.

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Senderismo con Yoga, Mens sana in corpore sano

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14:44 min | Last week

Senderismo con Yoga, Mens sana in corpore sano

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The Breakdown:  how will seven billion vaccines be administered?  Will they do any good?

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13:43 min | 5 months ago

The Breakdown: how will seven billion vaccines be administered? Will they do any good?

"The vaccine that everybody is talking about getting on this is not going to help stop. Cova nineteen from being a part of what we already. Have you follow that? So right now with everyone screaming about the vaccine with everyone talking about how bad this is and that we can't return to our regular life and this is going to be the new normal until we get a vaccine really. There's no basis in reality for thinking like that because there's nothing that shows the vaccine will prevent folks from being sick in the future so we're not going to be able to get rid of this. What is the big focus on the vaccine in the first place? Now of course a lot of people and I'm going to try to prevent myself from from connecting dots. That aren't there all right. We can talk about the fact that there there's money president it's a billion multibillion dollar industry and that is a huge fear because you're building this empire based on something that really isn't helpful as a matter of fact back in the eighties when the when the vaccine when companies really started pouring money into vaccines there were there were dangers in it so they stopped doing it so the government had to incentivize companies to create vaccines by creating a vaccine court vaccine. Court is where they pay damages to people who have been vaccine injured as a matter of fact those folks who were hurt with that which brings up another important topic here that we need to discuss. We are being told that the vaccine is the is the is. What's going to end this crisis? The what what's GonNa Return us back to where we're going. We're told in comparison that if we don't do these things masks social distancing shutting down businesses etc that we are in fact putting the lives of other people in danger and by putting the lives of other people in danger. We are being accused of not loving other people by not loving our fellow man or fellow woman that we would rather put go back to work and the economy so that they would be so that we could get money and then not care whether or not someone else is going to be sick and that is an egregious attack against us. We're not trying to open the economy back up with the express purpose of folks dying nor are we trying to open up the economy with the knowledge that people are going to die. And we'd just don't care. We're trying to reopen. What has been closed so that those who are injured through this draconian implementation of economic closures will reverse the effects. And we'll actually be able to take care of our families and folks can pay their bills. You can see throughout the country throughout the world that people. People's businesses are shutting. Down folks. Don't have enough money to pay rent. They don't have enough money to buy food for their kids. We want that to stop. And it's not that we don't care about the immune deficient. It's not that we don't care about the vulnerable populations who can be hurt by the corona virus. It's just rethinking that we have to make a balanced calculated risk. Because we're not going to be able to eliminate sickness and death. It's not going to happen. We cannot do that. We have a remedy to the pains of sickness and death through Christ but we do not have the ability to vanquish evil or vanquish sickness or vanquish death. Death was destroyed in Christ and we don't fear that any more but the politicians and governments and policies can't stop this from happening so there's a balance of trade off. What are we going to do? I I saw a mean the other day on facebook that said to To prevent traffic deaths were going to stop all driving until we have a decrease in death for fourteen days and then we're going to reintroduce certain people in the population that that are allowed to drive slowly until we're back to the new normal or something similar to that and it was what it was. It was a glaring comparison to other things that we do where we are willing to take a risk on people's lives but on this situation all of a sudden there's no desire for any risk whatsoever from the side of the government. I mean I think about. Let's shut down the Super Bowl if you if you really do care about lives the Super Bowl and the Kentucky Derby. Let's start with those two things. The Super Bowl and the Kentucky Derby are two of the highest trafficked times of the year more children are sold in sex slavery and pimped out for molestation and sexual deviancy during the Kentucky Derby and during the Super Bowl than any other event. Let's stopped that I'm fine. I know people are football. Fans I live in Kentucky. We have some nuts that are crazy about the derby. But let's do this if you're that concerned about the death of people if you're that concerned about the protection of children and the protection of elderly if you're that concerned about the protection of our population let's start with the Derby and the Super Bowl. You have the guts to stop those. We could talk about the other stuff. But don't virtue signal and tell me that I don't care about the elderly and I don't care about the immuno-deficient when you still allow the Derby you still allow the Super Bowl and you're still pushing for abortions. That's right folks. 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It is also the possibility of negative consequences with certain vaccines can actually enhance that. Negative effect of the infection. Did you catch that? Make sure you did? He is talking about vaccines as he's discussing the the way forward for vaccines as he's discussing the the the necessity of creating vaccines he throws in there about a ten second clip from this over five minute video here a little ten second clip about something and I heard it and I was like wait just zag. Dr Fatty I want to clear something up if you could be so kind as to repeat what you just said so. I got queued up here. I'M GONNA play it for you again so that you get a clear understanding of it. Candidates Work and Must Swan. It is also the possibility of negative consequences with certain vaccines can actually enhance that. Negative effect of the infection. There are I must warn. He says talking about vaccines. There's also the possibility of negative consequences. Certain vaccines can actually enhance the negative effect of the infection. I must warn you. We're going to create vaccines but they're still going to be an impact on people from those vaccines. Do you know right now. The vaccine injury percentage of folks who are administered vaccines. I believe the. Let's just take the flu vaccine? For for instance one. I'm good gonNA crecy channel Dot com forward slash chat. I'm GONNA GIVE YOU JUST A. Let's see what start a little time here. I'm GONNA give you. I'll give you twenty seconds. I want you to tell me. What the percentage of what you think. The percentage of vaccine injured cases are your time starts now Roger. Best of luck. So F- Ouchi is testifying on the necessity of vaccines yet when he when he discusses them. He lets folks know that this there is a danger of people actually being hurt from this. You have five seconds left. The the percentage of people that are injured via vaccine is two point five percent. You take a vaccine. You have a two and a half percent chance of being vaccine injured. That's one in thirty nine. It's like two point five six seven about something like that. So it's it's I I it down to two point five percent of people who are vaccines administered vaccine of children who had administered vaccines. Well who are injured. Now you'll when you say that I've talked to two nurses that I know when I've said that comment to them about about requirements for vaccinations for kids and I said well. There are certain people who have vaccine injuries or children who have been vaccine injured. Two separate nurses looked at me cross eyed. Why because the majority of folks who report this? They don't link it to the vaccine. You administered a vaccine twenty four hours later. Your child goes into a seizure. There's highs hives all over their body. They have their eyes roll back in their head and then from that moment on they are never the same. It is folks. 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Ep 31: The Importance Of Giving & Where To Start

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58:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Ep 31: The Importance Of Giving & Where To Start

"Hubs up originals. Hello and welcome back to Hodge mice. Steve This is mine chuck. You're listening to me on up. I think the NAS episode on the fortunes of rest and for. Him To. Be. A. Few Bouts of not winning best on pupil. I decided to the cover of off as ours. WHAT GOSSIP? Until, after much much to. Finally getting to share this amazing episode with you. Is Very special. She used to see you at cry in Darrell. Girish Rights and you. She believes that children are the very foundation of every nation's growth and development species. If, was this belief that fueled bashing with children's strikes and pushed her to become fully-fledged part of the socials that don't in nineteen ninety. Four. After quitting the job at city goal, she joined cry to set up their HR function and in February of twenty ten became. Chief. Executive. She started. On the board of by need, which is the worst entry action network of India. And is also authentic speaker. It's a non episode. Without any the league. MARGAW. How you? Do it. Okay. Anyway That's dot the stock. Lucy Shen by asking Hugh what in your opinion is the importance of giving. Of the day I walked into cry bills state went up. With, said that the organization was killed to enable. People to take responsibility for children. And that was something that spoke to me on day and speaks to today. Because I really do believe that if if we as individuals. Sight to take charge. Decide, to, say we're. Not. Helpless. Spectators. Of Whether it be. Children in distress or families living in poverty or anything any issue that speaks to US know that are really to raise to react as the say, what can I do problems? I'm overwhelmed by it will a little bit to and the other is to actually take charge in that and say, I try to move this mountain. And it involves, I, feel like a deep. Deep realization that. It's one of my favorite quotes that these mountains, these rules they were not created by themselves. League created. So we created them, we can recreate and. To me the the act of beginning to give to others. who you feel a need. To be given to is really the beginning of that taking Josh, or yourself in your own agency to change. And I can't change some. I and many people standard. Okay. It's okay with one giant I started like that. But today it's not something that satisfies me it's on a magnesium I'm going to make big changes. Yeah and King off feel agency Nolan. Is, really what to me is the most wonderful part about. giving. And the initial gains I think and you can stay at that level of avant digital game. Is it? Of course you feel good You felt you said something. No one in your experience mortgage off the feds leaper against. There was something moves inside them which is really about saying can I? Actually shed get an I. Help another person and many times they may do it without an ask sometimes lost me bring a budget. But I think they have to reach that point of being able to share what you have. I really do believe that as long as there is too much anxiety about. A gathering for yourself. You will find it hard and difficult to give but I think really the point is when you start. A you want to do something. And then and people give themselves on many of these also get well into the time they give things they could give money. But yeah, I, pass to gummed from that change or that shift. Aimed side. You that says I can actually make. Yeah Because what's interesting is bad. So busy not now and children's rights or anything like that. But my sister watched she had undisclosed camping deluding you know what's going on in northeast deadly and she a. Nejud donation center that was set up in on that and what I found interesting because she was doing order Oh you know on the ground staff logistics in on a fat. So she doing me one or two others in our family head pushed out on social media and what I found these strange and interesting at the same time with that when you just what's on teeing up on the there it that would be so it can be who deeply care about the caused come forth by the second you start wooding up the donation of the beeper who either be knows people in your for example, Nag begun this Social Bradshaw. So. It was really interesting because I taught that you know putting out why not do of offense who had donated putting those shots just might Dutch people? I'm it did and how because Ben back TD's off nonstop voting in from all over the would and I mean the campaign in itself because if I started doing this often that you could. Always what of goods for these deeper and it was insane it was amusing and that's why this question Like what combat see sometimes it's. Like you said you feel strongly about these show. Gently like me if it's about old people like I instantly give. was just very close. So it's funny but I also seem there are complex like kissing the many things that played. One is that do believe I think when people see other people giving that as a trust building of acts almost like a, we call it a lifted up. You know it's almost like somebody who you know unjust. Just saying look I know entrust this person. Enough to be able to give, and that's what act hasn't invictus for people. You know for example I remember we had defense lists and senior. At Miller's to work with us, and he just sent to some belittle saying you know I believe in this call and I know what's going on here. It it kind of gets people. To say Oh. Okay. Johnny. Trustees. Guys so so by so that's that's. Very clever is, of course, across the board on the US which is. Simple social pressure in the. ACA. Ghana fundraising gone is typical. American, Western concept, which is very best show based. And a little bit of you know I look good. So. Good. Is that as many but that's not the large majority. The large majority I think really give because somebody reaches them. First of all, I think that's one thing you would like to save this baby. To. US. You know it is very critical to believe that people will give and to do the Usque, and then it amazes you'll be elected as fondly us. Because most of my own data centers especially in brought up to be at the center hosking in good at giving. Don Coup. Eight but. We are not equally good at being able to ask in our seat as A. Personal humiliation channel issue. So That dignity and the active asking. And I remember I learned that when I came to cry on my mentor said to me, you said what we are doing fema actually. Giving them an opportunity you know skiing on behalf of showed him. Since such a lend disley. Win Win situation. Dale getting help. So I think the ask the right place the correct amount of trust and of course, believe in the issue. So daddy often giving is based on how much you trust The person who's asking or the organization that's asking it's a very valuable factor in the mix has to. Be Interesting like you said, it's in ideology that you won't even consider that I think applies to modern just you know asking somebody do so need onto when it comes to asking as young individuals US anyone when it comes to a work related assignment is led absolutely. You make it about you instead of focusing on the good work that you're doing and how it's the fault of that. It's on the second-placed Senate in. So you you know we can turn giving into A. Pool created. Activity. I'm getting John's to. and. I'm getting a chance to ask you know it's as great for both sides. Really. Takes away that you know to me as long as we allow it to stay that. I'm giving you and you unneccessarily have to be like the speech out Sepia. Yeah no way to. and. The boss donating Jen Nudie to charities were something that people did off. Need all being episode Lebanon success but I'm the good social media guys have. It's was times in bought. The social media doesn't like mall visible activism as Mall cases that have campaigns going by. And then died. So I think we're the generation. Go Watch off inclination to affect gene. So especially when it comes to being a body social change in any manner foam because that is the stock fall where you don't have to go to the nitty gritties of things, you'd want to have to get down and dog you can stock with in these this quiz beautiful creative way of doing the same thing. Fussy. My question is, is how have new in your general of working at cry and generally being a just these You're an approach towards giving was donating avoid duty your time. Betty Interesting Su- this thing about you know when I started out many many ethical I'd I there was. Giving to secular causes like cry. Or? Whatever was driven by by. Doing bail was no intimate. It was no I know it's difficult for your generation to imagine. The computer. Just about had computers the Internet lustily twinkling. So the the method to approach people will direct link. Audit could people's. Relationships friendships, events. There was a lot of events that we did. In a physical spaces might be comment. You know artists would sing photo. So whatever it was interesting that there was a very diverse wheels. Giving that these things actually allowed for. Each was limited. You could only reach those number of people. Who Either got mail or you happen to meet somebody who knew somebody I mean when I joined In my sort of Saul, Khoza that time and Michael predicted circles many Jews don't even pin. So most people thought that was really crazy. And so the what is this like? What is this a and then I saw like in the two thousands what happened was that we organizations like cry Started expanding ability. To. Ask. So it became a little more professionalized in terms of professional fundraisers to be able to go out. And physically get in like a Stein giving in the West. had. Already kind of moved online not as don't fund. Ted. Do. Bank John Lewis. Because as bad banking systems got sophisticated. Modern, people moved to this monthly giving. Kind of space and I think the other thing that happened the West I happen. India, later with each fulsome. Felt they. So we always say that cry actually gets credit for that because when we started a founder seventy-nine, they nobody's to believe that there was any in India and anyone will give. But he believed there was. Me said I waited Indians to. So. Creating that culture to get to one hundred and forty two peas. I we put it together and pull it. So you also the traditional, like you said, correct what is it traditional onset of Don in India? John hit. You know nobody if you look at Kushner Saddam Story. It does Krishna's greatness that he gave the Sudama. Nobody lose that all of grew let Saddam offered to crash. So. This is odd are giving Mr transgender people can only give. Yeah. Really too. So is one thing that had to be changed and a student was I believe in the last twenty five IOS right a to today people think it's okay and if I'm giving, you know ten bucks to fame for their dog Shave Dutta whatever it's okay. Because I knew that my Dan and somebody else's in somebody will make the money. So I think is a big switch back I see. This whole thing I have to be ready to each or have to be very old loading be percent me doing this now, and then you realize this strong concept of Indo Guy Jovic. Button oppressed. Now amd at diehard now do for society. People, showed me crazy elect twenty-eight what what's wrong with you? You know you can on so much money and why would you do this? So I think that that's the other notion I think that is beginning to change. The young people today are feeling. I can do something. That you know and in a sense it's happened in the US. We head up US woolen tear based fundraising stock in the US the nineties mandated or maybe become a thing for young people to stand up for the colts. Yeah. Ask photocalls to funded in fact. Today if you're not. Like a walk person your not very cool. Exactly. Yeah. Everyone's got their charities everybody gives. Godless I. think that's the next age foot Indian society. To say that you know giving his fired my identity maybe you're right. Maybe social pressure. But that's not a bad team if it makes people to good things. Exact. Yeah and be better people and I personally don't have a problem with that. But. It's also identity create something. Today. As. I see it I mean today we have in two thousand he had. Maybe one hundred volunteers. Across five cities. Today we have like four thousand volunteers and counting, and I'm not even counting the online wallet deals. Began find. Enough assignments for people. So young people also saying I money but I have time I have Thailand and Diet is the big change that I see and now today increasingly. So. During many ways. If I look at cry started in Bombay, it started out of a very interesting facet facet of bicycles. Michelle. Darcy. In the ninety S. And daily, it became to give us. there. And I think knowledge spread to Widodo not as fun as wide through rich society as we would want it to be. But yeah, I don't think today you can be very rich for some and more at. least a foundation you know. The least you look like you're doing something. So yeah. Yeah. I completely agree with that NAS points I even when it comes to, you know young people beeper who off from all went off families on social media at least half to look like ordering something even when you may not be. But again, that's Easy enough when somebody you down use dot something to do something. Like that special on like you said, eventually, if the end is is good, the intention at one starts with might be of lesser importance zone get your had been. On my second question wait or this in mind is that how can individuals especially as we're talking about the younger generation have a Najjar deeply in order? When how did they stopped because Yes. Added nor defeated is you know what I? Camp activism also seen Nike. Nike used the would will. So I think is in north of Thatch but again, the stage that would be more willing to share posted social media out than to actually maybe decor diamond given. Of course that there has been this gene was his you know like you said in the nineties into thousands but. Where do we start. And how do we stop I? Think as young people I know for myself. I think the first thing is to. Decide watches it that you really feel strongly about and would like to. Support. And it could be the environment it could be children, it could be or people could be any issues it could cost him, it could be. But I think what is a good idea is to actually sit down with your cellphone figured out. A way do you think change can be possible for the future? And I would. I would urge a young people to think about what would be what good sustainable change looked. Because if I'm going to put my. Life Force into something you don't want it to be a temporary bandit type. So. I know the temptations very high. The temptation is very hard to just go out feed twenty five people. The temptation is very high to just say why I'm going to start a school and you know. What I just wanted to teach children, but it may be wiser to think about can you sustain it? Is it sustainable? Have you transferred while war or on any kind of capacity to people? You'll have not. So think about what you want to support in terms of what that really lost. That will actually create capabilities for the people insolent. So. Then it doesn't remain an act of I had bad. I did something and you know and I go. I think data is very important that I think young people have so much more access to information than read it. On the sleep tonight the go on as my daughter calls a framed, Google? And You know just check out and see what are the. Things that happen. Because there is sometimes a lago. Lack of understanding about civil. Society Action That exists. So cling to what they understand best I can go and teach children. It's easy I can understand it. But veasley why should I go and participate in an amnesty bid for human rights? It's only a campaign nothing's going to happen. Now. So I think to me be about that in little investment and do just understanding the NATO teams and what makes sustainably change at how required it so many lives. That I always say children would not be in labor but in India if you and I believed that they should not. But in India fatalistic about. We believe that children have no other option. So we accepted. As a London society. So. I think that's something that important and then. ACT and. You don't want I actually don't think that sharing a campaign is a bad thing. It's great. It's a huge step. Shared campaign when sign onto a change dot org thing if that's what gets you, you know whatever the issue is that you've selected new candidate is so much incident society that you will find that is organized. That is sustainable Yup and Glendon voice. And I. think that's Judy Interesting I forget who had spoken about this event. Spoken about how right now where at the other extreme of teams where anything and everything that about fighting twenty teams in fact that come up everyday is everyone shedding auto king about or? Just did not movement did it's trending onto the VO. Everyone. The about that voice on five days they be me forget about the boys only to get. To. Somewhat. Is it as a one should Nike said sit with Saturday what do you get about waking? Pluses. Fine. This is great. It's bad today as awareness relative now at a stage wet Avi Leasing awareness about empty. I'm when you tend to do that it, all gets lost in the Night. So as you walk passionate about something, you feel strongly about something it's go too young. To Clutch. You'll find people you know you will find company. Definite. And I think that's really an important first. And then I mean I've seen them boob goal I mean there is a bunch of volunteers today who does us you know? I'm any good at translations. So we need for example in times, right Deductions come out a VDI. For the district's people working in the states people looking and they'll young has just translating. For us and not communities that was. In, the yearbook cannot described you right. Because actually getting professional translation, it's very expensive job. Do whole bunch like eight hundred campaigns run bipolar. Ran Smart campaigns on ghetto? I WanNa Lake Warriors lack I wanted to raise. My secretary. Who is a Neelam Osa? Executive she. One one trapeze on her own from her friends. You know she just decided on have butts day when he was first, she wanted to run a campaign. A campaign is more about like you say, putting your heart on ESPN. Actually putting the flag that right. And saying this is what I'm going to do. And and listen things I realized I feel sad about actually young people is that I not young people it the same time. Yeah. If I'm honest about it is that it? It's almost cool to be passionate. Must be professional and detached. And I always said to people I'm not I'm sorry. This is who I am if Triton sewage frightens you. Because people come and say I can't be as committed to cries you. I'm not I don't be but I am I'm not going to hide it on. I think that to be. At that person is something that people just need to the feet of the beat. Say It's okay. People say something you all your crazy about the environment all. Your bliss steadily troublesome. I know several Vegan you not be kind of friends who people dislike might God, where do you send me these? You. That's who they are. And I think that is what you young people actually can beautifully and brilliantly do then you guys are sold connected that we unlocked. To meet twitter steeler strange animal. Gone join the conversation I feel very scared I'm like. What am I going to see and so many Catholic does. On if you find knows your. That you care about you will be passionate about those things to begin with I. Mean how much can you be vaccinated about something that will Be acknowledged for the when you. Get over it so I don't. Do that for the sake of offend, but it is nice to say, okay, this is what I'm GonNa Stand Florida I'm GonNa find out as much as I can about it. What I want to understand is that like you said, act twenty this ways away unlikely choice or you have meet the what has your cluster Johnny been hollowed you decide to switch careers and begin walking in the benefactor benefactor dying. I mean it was definitely not cool. I would say it was really the by was maybe. So. One thing is I did my MBA, they made us do this give us exposure to. India and that was like a seed that Renton ghetto sat As the seed was of the she'll inequality. The, she'll lack of access that Indian citizens had two basic amenities snake. They had never seen a reward they bus. They've never seen any question of a school. You know what? I mean these are Indian citizens right. But back was I think a little bit too late but really I moved to Bombay to work in ninety one having to see live that contrast was just what I mean. I just knew this was grossly Unjust, this could not be. And, this is not the country I was brought up to love and. You know my my grandfather was a freedom fighter died in jail. And you know there was this very strong concept of India and Independent. India. Everybody would have any chance and this was norberto late site. So I think was what really triggered me and said I mean going to in the morning might as Doriot for? Something that. Really changes. something. Am I must say like I said I started just something but today I fumble the. I feel that work is what's doing if it's at skater, you need to find Livas that would change things fundamentally like. Right to education for example, was something that I fought for and it has changed in one stroke. Millions of children's lives at least their entitlement. which can be awful. So, Johnnie I think has been internal for me the stopping just with the I wanna do something. Too Far more. Clarity about what is it that I want to do? And let's let's be hugely on Link Journey I. Mean I remember myself coming in squad. Adamant. Little twit Saint I give. I give my services in my I was like having visions of son. Disease I think. But I have been soul humbled because. I think I have got more for myself. As a human being as an individual as ym. Just, as a person, drum these children and the change that they are capable of making their own lives. So, this whole concept of respect for agency. That you need to do is get them Johnson. Be Blow you off the face of the. In what they will make with it. And have so little to begin. In fine. With asked what are some of? These kids have taught you. I think. One is that like I said how little they need to be able to walk. Give them support on knowledge about what? They can do just simply knowledgeable what education get. Because most people, education is to get a government job, but it's not it changes in the lives of just choice me just an ability to be logical just the confidence of being able to lead and right. And when you provide inputs that are off that kind. So. Ensure that their government school works all you make an adult group where they learn from each other and about their bills they just take. They, not only refuse to get like, for example, if. They will ensure that that doesn't get mad. They will stop traffic. So I think. Just the learning that. Young people can do young children into so much more. I must see teasers low-cost you learn much more about what children need. And it does make you feel very sad about how few children get it. Even frivolous families. because. You realize that corporal punishment is so given in India. It is not politically incorrect to say merita. Much. IDEA. Or to give freedom of choice. To children to give listen to voices. because. So very often below what they are probably best at. Each other that really deciding for them. That all practical thing to be said that this Social Dutch. So that is that spot Israel that is the whole bunch of increase the knowledge about what children need what we as. A human beings, goes duty banners of different kinds. Right. How can children get their rights of? Don't become do depends. I bought the whole band the. Sometimes the sadness comes from that same. Space. You don't and you see a child who was going to get married and today she's a police constable for goodness sake it's amazing. And you know that tears someone who's got something with them for life whatever happens to her she would. Take care of herself and she would been other weights. And BLOOMINGTON. Stat solidarity. Is what you're looking for. Right. You're looking for that type of change I think so many lessons like I learned to listen. I learnt all knowledge was not sitting in books. Wisdom in practice that was his damn among people and communities, what they needed to do. And we want to listen. Because he can speak better English we can make better points. We think we know what they need. So I think to learn that humility of being able to listen. And be able to not trust down on. John Balian stripes actually. Beautifully. But Radio Way Meg I had I got him learning. I remember someone knows me that also have you got. From India said, you know I'm just rediscovered my faith in your bigs. and. I, think if I had not come in here I would have become a cynic and I have not because you meet the most astounding people. Right. I mean there is young with Baleen who is from the worst slums there. Would have been harassed whatever hounded out of school probably traffic. Is. Today. The captain of it only. Goes Creek. Not. When she met, we got an opportunity for them to meet with a coolly and she asked him she sitting on this timoth share some some gap Only on but by. Using. I got is the greatest Leguina say that my life has been transformed I don't just say it because the town's night he's it as I can see it as you, Daddy. SORTA busting with jade with joy with these teams than it is right but. I, wish we ought mortar these studies and less of the negative view was that Western is yes. I have made her own store newspaper editors thing will carry the positive stories please. And I'm constantly paid six eight. Bands. Run only like a dead body. Typically people out heating on gap but like you mentioned. Started this conversation, it's easier disorder complain about or think about how beacon do any move. Happening when you there was younger than caboodle eight or look twenty, five middle-class by from. Would he? Say No. I'm not is money from abroad I'm going to get Indians to give. and. Then came up with the God idea. Because anybody could buy a guard right? Since. People. indian-zone low it's also depressing they would get more. Key the always they would give more but the pages stadium that Justin cry. In my gut database, which is knocked more than eighteen years old. I have twenty like Indians have given money. They just just one organization one database. I'm saying it's not that bad. People in Amazingly generous much. I mean I keep saying look at these donors, right? If you give me. The story of this little relating by CD in Bombay Don Fortunato died since. And used to come in this debate that she would come in one day in the hill. And when she had started giving the Austin, educating one child was about twelve hundred. She would come cocktail hundred and you'll she didn't have the money the Big Gab. Station to office she would walk. And what a vicious donation because to cau- was a really large percentage of the money she had. An dare she was shorting along once a year and we will play her with Chai and she was a legend in our office, right? But it was so do so hot Wyoming. And you'll have kids who like sixth grade writing to you. I had saved this money for my Book Day budget but I've decided to give it to in states. while. We need. These things. To. Need to see A. Much be stuff actually happening in this country I'm you. My husband often says because. WHO EAT on that? Joel Hallway. You'd buy coaching with I. Don't know whether that was the keys, but it is would right now be able to do that and my husband's point with this genius needs with me if. Wick wants to talking about oil that's not happening on that plane. Wrong. If you really get about something so much. Why in the would would you not be about of making that gene been why the would would you want? The. New Heating Place at your job instead of doing something they. As annoyed if that I think for that I mean I'm going back to my first point you have to I see have to stop feeling like a victim and start feeding you have agency. I can do I can make a difference anybody age. Knowing ripon said something that has become a maximum craig. Bisky just said what I can do I must. That's. It all adds up. Camping that I told you about northeast daddy one. What was crazy to me was that somebody reached out on instagram and that they were not be would be did not know money putting donations voting because sending oil sorts of teams and was this one guy and he started me saying that I had sent to this address seventy, five thousand copies of teams, and this would final means of any begnaud of Boston being from that community he added. So strongly about that these destroyed is that we do not y'all and activity. So moving and so inspiring went somebody does that down do it somewhere? She's you. Exactly it does. It does. Like you know Psalmody said to me the time. She said, you know I was thinking twice about who should I should I not? An immense person said, you know at this point of time you don't think someone else visas have have. People are just on the street is just horrific. Overtime what has no idea deal underprivileged children, Ben, below the other reality has been that. I think do things have happened right? What is I think that I hope that we have a society that applaud don't believe in. The semi employed people we saw walking home. We'll basically telling us as privileged people that I don't believe that you are going to take care of me as an employer as a government as a just a religious person. To Take Care of me, so I'm going. How everhard? That may be something? That was a really strong thing that be so And the other thing was that oxygen they are hugely address when they are not in school. So that either digital divide jumped up. So when people will say digital digital, digital, digital Omic, what are you talking to motivate? These has only twelve percent of our. Kids are kids at the most underprivileged access. There's no such thing that exists right so into say. But looking at the solutions, it's what somebody's to over loudspeakers. Somebody's trying television. But people have to have access because there was no internet. And they may be up for the house, but it could be one percents. Normally. The Mail. So go chance near eight. So if in the absence of education in the a lot of the girls who are group's I, listen groups no more support. So you're seeing a sport in child marriages. FJORD is that children will drop out of school and they will get pushed into Labor. Or manage. A lot of the Games that we've made in the last two decades may get undone by this your. Economic Distress. Actually most of us don't, but on a daily basis in order to take care of people, there are so many services i. It up people can get a big pigment remain. In. You'd is Asians. Manage children all of that have been suspended. And it slowly limping back slowly. Immunization stopped. Going, Redo an immunization on a one month old child who needed A. Pseudo losses huge in domes of services and people the moisture than not getting a mid day meal at school. So at least you've got one good balance, nutritious? Mute. Now started Leo Dent. So. I believe that Shot down visible losses and better unfortunately, much more long term invisible losses. which we all have to scramble to now makeup. And figured out what we can do, and unfortunately a lot of the charity money. Has Gone into. Sheila Leave sheerly feeding people etc.. So like sixty percent of suicide money's finished sixty, seventy percent. So I, don't know what's going to happen to the regular. Bloke that we need to. You've been on stance especially dry like when donate money individuals Geneva, where does that goal? How do you use that money? So essentially, we walk in forty areas of right right and we walked in education, which is called the right to development. We were came. By. Me There's a lot of focus on nutrition because in India in children under five. Almost fifty percent of them I'm almost it cleared malnourished by government. Vocal Lot in malnourishment we Kalat in protecting children trump neighbor in marriage. Doing, looking and show it and that's Fight. The focus is on the what it called Bo. Most marginalized. So Christ focus in a very rural. Damn to reach the communities children nobody as Gabby. Not Be centered in the leases where there are a lot of other GEO was at a lot of money. And so in hardly have to projects in Bombay. But we will have in follow twitter. Over in nineteen states what believe in sustainability has led us to do. Is Two things. One is that we do not run amid paying. Or donate. So I wonder on a medical care. But I really ensure that the government but health center is working. And people are accessing and she is. So Good Marty by or adult nauseous actually helped to my. Lord of all gone connecting be do the services. and. The second thing that that translates into that Saas such was sustainability is actually We try not to do work. Did it We tried to find community leaders and people running. It could be ida individual fellows or they could be a small organizations. Locally embedded. And saw the whole work is. He foundry feel we get the money to them and we do capacity-building Redo. You know we do everything from teaching them how to write accounts do auditing accounts. Saw A we do a lot of work and just ensuring that we've each these photos, gunwales, reached them in ways that you build locally sustainable. Institutions. Be NGOs there could be individuals, they could be government systems but. A focus on actually building. This wherever it is so that even if to moto crying, which is a small organization by any global standards would have very, we'd have to pull out there would be worth left behind and how can anyone listening in what are the ways in which they can head valid on how? Will Get so many ways they can help out and be try to make it easy for people. To donate. or You could put a website and look at something that calls to you. Because people want to give for hair some others, you could this one to a call from anybody who might be fundraising me. And nobody would be allowed to do that unless there was a proper agreement with us. So like many corporates raise money for US doing the Gobert. But they did it for us. Soul you could do that a lot of people as I said, they come and volunteer. You've done a lot of work on creating virtual. Options. As windows virtual intoning. So that even in Golden, times people could continue. Most of the tearing. D-. To be children. I can't stop builders state. So I think the had to very quickly create and have had amazing success. A bombie be goal in tears taking classes because Alban kids are little more connected. Be Volunteers in job. LIMCA SCHMEAD. Bacon classes with our kids does end up people would the kids out in Madan socially distanced? And Teaching. So you could I mean that that there are so many options that they've created. We have had people making governess. For us we've had this whole initiative. Gordon. Chad Gut not ready. Just US people to do facebook sessions on anything that interests people. It could be your guide could be I mean it could be storytelling so it could be highly skilled staff and could be completely. Like just got gone. Sept. was comments share what you thought. When you can you can share everything and if you want to raise funds on it, please do that. So he had this story while also raised so much money for us. Short, like there is seventy, five thousand that they did want ship. Wow. Telling stories and how to tell stories. You know people have missed that while have to go and helping all day. But? You can participate in campaigns. Young, illustrators dude amazing little films. You know be had. A friend on TV and he offered US three weeks free slots because they had less slot. So he said you know you can come and you can put up A. Together, a film and like Roy footage and like one and a half odds. The wants to do. that. I wanted to ask you before we wanted adopted file is that. Does of all of this, that would be a kid's where things didn't work out or. Most, dramatic stories. So how you as somebody working in this argue that did not do you how do you not over? Affect. y'All mental heads and keep going. So. A really good question. Chalk question actually because I do all it rollercoaster. Yeah. Like I. said it on a daily basis not only do you get the stories of hope? But you also the stories or loss you also get to know that people heartlessly traffic seven-year-old girls. PUT THEM IN GROTTOES And Dot bought of the Willoughby's. Really. Hard. Just knowing so much more. Your soul. Bennett, today I. As a child actually. Almost overwhelming because actually know what all? Might be her life. On especially, if she lives on the streets or whatever. and. I think you have to actually I. have. Tried to focus on two things. One is. To focus on what can change. And therefore the than of eames and Covid has become the talisman I think we all desperately hold onto. Every child who actually has. Gone forward. And I think the other thing is you need to sort of. Tell yourself and start finding woman and solutions in my case that helps me. Because I think if I can change your shift a little bit. In something larger that will give us more. Maybe permanent change that one day touch every night. And I can make my peace witness because otherwise as an end you I mean. Chris, guys large and can talk about okay. Change the lives of. For. Five million children in our. Forty years but we know the situation is really not so to prevent it from the coming over. Is Hard, you constantly have to tell yourself that this is what I'm going to do. This is what I am going I. The example in my case I've decided I have to look at stuff that is more sustainable when my little bit. We'll have. Mike apply it affect honestly the choice of an organization like Greg game from that. You can go and start up your own little organization that has two hundred kids. But if you do this and yes, you're small cog in that year but it's going to. have. This mighty pliant effect and I think the third king therefore, it obliges us. At least I feel it. It's obligated. To, not do anything that doesn't have multiplayer. You know we have to. A thinking ought effort into stuff that has its own life. If I start to class for twenty kids I believe one employee are I get that employ to start the school which ultimately going to affect Don just two hundred kids who will access to that village. Future generations of kids. So I think that does the second soil yearly. and. I know it's hard on asleep and some days we can be very bad. I can tell you that it's not that Riera, Dory happy place in fact You know we have people telling us so you must have a little more joy. You Must Inc a little more about the joy because like you're saying dailies, you're confronting the data. Exactly yeah. It's wonderful what you guys do I think it dates in order Also, you know be able to withdraw seven assimilation. You know what that these wins but there are toiling order of eighteen confessional kids lose every day. Right to marriage to early to show to you to. What government isn't doing we should talk about what we are doing and what he can do want. People if you don't have money to give do you have counselling skills. Come Council might people? Can I get cooled team? Aphid file questions last teniente. What is the one thing that the knockdown stalked you? The one thing that's taught me is that I can. Be of audio when I'm needed. What is something that you don the hard way? The hard way I I've to be alone. Will. Meant who inspires you and why? Board trustee at. Bogan. She inspires me because she believed in the potential of each human being about is just amazing. 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Manual of Egyptian Archaeology and Guide to Antiquities, Reading 1

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Manual of Egyptian Archaeology and Guide to Antiquities, Reading 1

"Good evening and welcome to boring books for bedtime. I hope tonight's installment provides all the boredom your busy pray needs to quiet down and let you get some sleep for once. It's so I just your volume. Take a nice deep breaths and off we go before we begin this evening. I'd like to thank all of our patriots subscribers including our newest subscriber Samantha Mayan Samantha. Thank you so much for your support. It helps make this podcast possible. If anyone is interested in the exclusive perks available to Patriots non-subscribers you'll find linked to the page in the show notes now. Let's get to the reading tonight's book comes by way of recommendation from Listener Cheremis Zenith and it is absolutely absolutely perfect for this podcast tonight. We're eating the manual of Egyptian archaeology at Guide to the study of antiquities in Egypt by Gaston. Camille Charles Must Sparrow D._C.. Oxford member of the Institute of France Professor at the collage of France ex-director General Egyptian museums translated by a meal Emilia Be Edwards new edition revised and enlarged by the author with three hundred nine illustrations published in eighteen ninety five. Let's begin. Dan prefaced the fourth and revised edition notwithstanding the fact that Egyptology is now recognized as a science and exact and communicable knowledge of whose existence in scope cope it behooves all modern culture to take cognizance. This work of Monsieur Mess Barrow still remains the handbook of Egyptian archaeology but egyptology is at yet in its infancy. Uh whatever their age egyptologists will long die young heffer year almost every month fresh material for the studies found fresh light is thrown upon it by the progress of excavation patient exploration and research hence it follows that in the course of a few years the standard text books require considerable addition and modification if they are to be of the greatest value to students who must always start from the foremost vantage ground the increasing demand for the Egyptian archaeology by English and American tourists as well as students decided the English publishers to issue a new edition in a slight and portable form as possible this edition is carefully corrected and contains the enlarged letter press and many fresh illustrations necessary for incorporating within the book adequate accounts of the main archaeological results have recent Egyptian excavations monsieur mass barrow has himself revised the work indicated all the numerous editions and qualified the expression of any views which he is seen reason to modify in the course of his researches during the past eight years by the headings of the pages agents the descriptive titles of the illustrations had a minute revision of the index much has been done to facilitate the use of the volume as a book of Reference in that capacity it will be needed by the student long after he first makes acquaintance with it's instructive and abundant illustrations and it's luminous condensation of the archaeological facts and conclusions which have been elucidated sedated by Egyptology through the devotion of many an arduous lifetime during the presence century and not least by the unremitting labors of Monsieur Maspero April eighteen ninety five prefaced the first edition to put this book into English and thus two-handed onto thousands who might not otherwise have enjoyed it has has been to me a very congenial and interesting task it would be difficult. I imagined to point to any work of its scope and character which is better calculated to give lasting delight to aw classes of readers for the skilled archaeologist. It's pages contained not only new facts but new fuse and new interpretations while to those Oh so no little or perhaps nothing of the subjects under discussion it will open a fresh and fascinating field of study. It is not enough to say that a handbook of Egyptian archaeology was much she needed and that Professor Maspero has given us exactly what we required. He has done much more than this. He has given us a picturesque five facials and highly original journal fall you ask delightful as if it were not learned and as instructive as if it were doll as regards the practical side of archaeology it ought to be unnecessary to point out that its usefulness is strictly parallel with the usefulness of public museums took elect and exhibit objects of Ancient Art in industry is worse than idle if we do not also endeavor to disseminate dominate some knowledge of the history of those arts and industries and of the processes employed by the artists and craftsman of the past archaeology no less than love at precious kissing and without that gain of mental site the treasures of our public collections are regarded by the general visitor has Mir curiosities flat and Stale for the most most part and holy unprofitable. I am much indebted to Mr W M Flinders Petri author of the Pyramids and temples of Giza for kindly translating the section on Pyramids which is entirely from his pen. I have also to thank him for many valuable notes on subjects dealt with in the first three chapters to avoid confusion. I have numbered but these notes and place them. At the end of the volume. My acknowledgments are likewise due to Professor Must Barrow for the care with which he has read the proof sheets of this version of his work in departing from his system of Orthography and that of Mr Petri I have been solely guided by the necessities of English readers. I forsee that Egyptian archaeology will henceforth. It's fourth be the inseparable companion off all English speaking travelers who visit the Valley of the Nile hence I have for the most part adopted the spelling of Egyptian proper names <unk> ask given by the author of Murray's handbook for Egypt touching my own share in the present volume. I will only say that I have tried to present professor must barrows inimitable French in the form of readable English rather than in a strictly word for word translation and that with the hope of still further extending the usefulness of the book I have added some footnote references Amelia be Edwards Westbury on Trim August eighteen eighty seven Egyptian archaeology chapter one architecture civil and military archaeologists when visiting Egypt have so concentrated their attention upon temples and tunes that not one has devoted himself to a careful examination of the existing remains of private dwellings and military buildings few countries nevertheless have preserved so so many relics of their ancient civil architecture setting aside towns of Roman or Byzantine Dane such as found almost intact at coughed at Kom Ombo and at L. A. Gone D._A.. One half at least of ancient thieves still exists on the east and South of Karnak. The site of Memphis is covered with mounds some of which are from fifty to sixty feet behind each containing a core of houses in good preservation at Cahoon the ruins and remains of a whole provincial twelfth dynasty town would have been laid bare at Tau Must Kuta the Gregory's of Pith Amar yet standing at sun and tell Basta the Ptolemaic and Sciatic cities contained quarters quarters of which plans might be made and in many localities which escaped the travelers notice there may be seen ruins of private dwellings which date back to the age of the RAMS CID's or to a still sale earlier period while the ramparts of l. Cobb of comb Alamar of Al Hea Bay and duck gain as well as part of the fortifications of themes are still standing and wait the architect who shall deign to make them an object of serious study one private dwellings the soil of Egypt periodically radically washed by the inundation is a black compact homogeneous clay which becomes of stony hardness when dry from immemorial time the FA- lion have have used it for the construction of their houses. The hot of the poorest peasant is a mere rudely shaped mass of this clay are rectangular space some eight or ten feet in wits by by perhaps sixteen or eighteen feet in length is enclosed in a wicker work of palm branches coated on both sides with a layer of mud asked this coating cracks in the trying the fishers are filled elden and more coats of mud are daubed on until the walls attain a thickness of from four inches to afoot finally the whole is Ruth Dover with palm branches and Straw will the top being covered in with a thin layer of beedon earth. The height varies in most huts. The ceiling is so low that Terai suddenly is dangerous both to one's head and into the structure while others the roof is six or seven feet from the floor windows of course there are none sometimes a whole is left in the middle of the roof to let the smokeout out but this is a refinement undreamed of by many at the first glance it is not always easy to distinguish between these hunts of Waddell and Dob and those built with crude bricks thinks they ordinary Egyptian break is a mere oblong block of mud mixed with chopped Straw and a little sand and tried in the sun at a spot where they are about took build one man is told off to break up the ground others carried the clause and pile them in a heap while others again mix them with water need the clay with their feet and and reduce it to a homogeneous paste this paste when sufficiently worked is pressed by the head workman in moans made of hard wood while an assistant carries away the bricks as fast as they ear-shaped and laze them out in rose at a little distance apart to dry in the sun. A careful brickmaker will leave them thus for half a day or even for a whole day after after which the bricks are piled and stacks in such wise that the air can circulate freely among them and so they remained for a week or two before they are used more frequently however they are exposed for only a few hours to heat of the sun and the building begun while they are yet they up the mud however is so tenacious that notwithstanding this carelessness yes they are not readily put out of shape the outer faces of the bricks become disintegrated by the action of the weather but those in the inner part of the wall remain intact and are still separable. A good modern workman while easily mold a thousand bricks day and after a week's practice he may turn out to twelve hundred fifteen hundred or even eighteen hundred so the ancient workman who's appliances in no is different from those of the present day produced equally satisfactory results the dimensions they generally adopted were eight eight point seven by four point three by five point five inches for ordinary breaks or fifteen by seven point one by five point five four larger size this though both larger and smaller are often met with in the same ruins bricks issued from the royal workshops were sometimes stamped with the cartoons of the reigning Monarch Wall those made in private factories bar on the side a trademark in red ochre a squeeze of the moulders fingers or the stamp of the maker by far the greater number have however of her no distinctive Mar burnt bricks were not often used before the Roman period nor tiles either flat or curved glazed bricks appear to have been the fashion in the delta. The finest specimen that I have seen namely one in the Giza Museum is inscribed in black ink with the cartoons of Ramsey's the third the glazed of this brick is green but other fragments are colored blue red yellow or white. The nature of the soil does not allow for deep foundations it consists of a thin bed of made earth which except in large towns never reaches any degree of thickness below this comes very dense humis permeated by slender veins of Sand and below this again at the level of infiltration comes bed of mud more or less soft according to the season the native builders of the present day our content to remove you've only the made earth and lay their foundations on the primeval soil or if that wise too deep they stop at a yard or so below the surface the old Egyptians options did likewise and I have never yet seen any ancient house of which the foundations were more than four feet deep even this exception all the depth in most cases being not more than two feet tweet they very often not trouble themselves to cut trenches at all they merely level the space intended to be covered and having probably watered it to settle the soil they had once laid the brakes wakes up on the surface. When the house was finished the scraps of more her the broken breaks and all the accumulated refuse of the work made a bad of eight inches or a foot in depth and the base of the wall US buried served instead of a foundation when the new house rose on the ruins of an older one decayed by time or ruined by accident? The builders did not even take the trouble to raise the old walls to the ground leveling the surface of the ruins they built upon them at a level few higher than before thus each town stands up on one or several artificial mounds the top of which may occasionally rise to hide off from sixty to eighty feet above the surrounding country. The Greek historians attributed these artificial mounds to the wisdom of the kings and especially to sis oestrus. Who was they supposed wish to raise the town's above the inundation? Some modern writers have even described the process which they explained thus a cellular framework of brick walls like a huge chessboard formed the substructure the sows being next filled in with earth and the houses built upon this immense is platform but where I have excavated especially at themes I have never found anything answering to this conception the intersecting walls which one finds beneath the later houses are nothing but the ruins of older dwellings which in turn rest on others still oastler the slightness of the foundations did not prevent the builders from boldly running up quite lofty structures assures in the ruins of Memphis. I have observed wall still standing from thirty to forty feet in height. The builders took no precaution beyond enlarging the base of the wall aw and the faulting the floors. The thickness of an ordinary wall was about sixteen inches for a low house but from one of several stories it was increased three or four feet large beams embedded here and there in the brickwork or masonry bound the whole together and strengthened the structure. The ground floor was also frequently belt with dressed stones wounds while the upper parts were of break. The limestone of the neighbouring hills was the stone commonly used for such purposes the fragments of sandstone granted and Alabaster Sir which are often found mixed in with it are generally from some ruined temple. The ancient Egyptians having pulled their neglected monuments to pieces quite as unscrupulously as to their modern successors assessors. The houses of an ancient Egyptian town were clustered around its temple and the temple stood in a rectangular enclosure to which access was obtained through monumental gateways. He's in the surrounding brick wall the Gods Dwelt in fortified mansions or at any rate in redoubts to which the people of the place might fly for safety in the event of any sudden attack upon their town such towns has were built all at once by prince or king were fairly regular in plan having wide paved streets at right angles to each other and the buildings things in line the older cities whose growth had been determined by the chances and changes of centuries were characterized by no such regularity their houses stood in a maze of blind signed alleys and narrow dark and straggling streets with here and there the branch of a canal almost dried up during the greater part of the year and a muddy pond where the cattle drank and women came for water somewhere in each town was an open space shaded by sick amores or occasions and hither on market days came the peasants of the district two or three times times in the month there were also waste places where rubbish and refuse was thrown to be quarrelled over by Cultures Hawks and dogs the lower classes lived in mere huts which the built of bricks were no better than those of the present Fillet at Karnak in the Farrand Ick town at Kom Ombo in the room in town and at Medina Habu in the Coptic optic town the houses in the poorer quarters have silt a more than twelve or sixteen feet of frontage they consist of a ground floor with sometimes one or two living rooms above the middle class folk shopkeepers sub officials and four men were better how their houses were brick built and rather small yet contained some half dozen rooms communicating by means of doorways which were usually arched over and having vaulted roofs in some cases and in others flat ones some few of the houses were two or three stories stories high and many were separated from the street by narrow court beyond which the rooms were arranged on either side of a long passage more frequently the court was surrounded on three sides by chambers and yet often her the house fronted close upon the street in the latter case the facade consisted of a high wall whitewashed or painted painted and surmounted by corness even in better houses the only ornamentation of their outer walls consisted in angular grooving the grooves being surmounted by representations off to lotus flowers each pair with the upper parts of the stocks in contact. The door was the only opening save. Perhaps a few small windows pierced at regular intervals intervals even in unpretentious houses the door was often made of stone the doorpost projected slightly beyond the service of the wall and the Lintel supported a painted or sculptured cornices having crossed the threshold one past successively through to dimly lighted entrance chambers the second of which opened into the central court. The best rooms in the houses of wealthier citizens were sometimes lighted through a square opening in the center of a ceiling supported on wooden columns in the Twelfth Dynasty town of coon when the shafts of these calms rested upon round stone basis they were octagonal and about ten inches in diameter notwithstanding the prevalence of enteric Eric Disease and not thou- mea the family crowded together into one or two rooms during the winter and slept out on the roof under the shelter of mosquito nets in summer on the roof also also the women gossiped and cooked the ground floor included both storerooms barnes and stables private granaries were generally in pairs brick built in the same along conical shape has the state cranberries at carefully plastered with mud inside and out neither did the people of a house forget defined were to make hiding places the walls or floors of their home where they could secrete their household treasurers such as nuggets of gold and silver precious stones and jewelry for men and women from thieves and tax collectors. There's a like wherever the upper floor still remain standing they reproduced the ground for plan with scarcely any differences these upper rooms were reached by an outside staircase <music> steep and narrow and divided short intervals by Small Square landings the rules were oblong and we're lighted only from the doorway when it was decided decided to open windows on the street they were mere air holes near the ceiling pierced without regularity or symmetry fitted with a lattice of wooden crossbars and secured by wooden shudders. The floors were bricked or paved or consisted still more frequently of merely a layer of rammed earth. The rooms were not left undecorated the mud plaster of the walls calls generally in its native gray although whitewashed in some cases was painted with red or yellow and ornamented with drawings of interior and exterior views of a house and of household vessels and eatables the roof was flat and made probably as at the present day of closely laid rows of palm branches covered with a coding of mud thick enough to withstand the effects of rain. Sometimes it was surmounted by only one or two of the usual Egyptian ventilators but generally there was a small wash house on the roof and a little chamber for the slaves waves or guards to sleep in the household fire was made in hollow of the earth and floor usually to one side of the room and the smoke escaped through a hole in the ceiling branches inches of trees charcoal and dried cakes of ads or cow dung were used for fuel the mansions of the rich and great covered a large space of ground they most. Frequently stood in the midst of garden or of an enclosed cord planted with trees and like the commoner houses they turned a blank front to the street consisting of bare walls battlement -ted like those of a fortress thus home life was strictly secluded and the pleasure of seeing was sacrificed for the advantages off not being seen the door was approached by I have flight of two or three steps or by a porch supported on columns and adorned with statues which gave it a monumental appearance and indicated the social importance of the family. Sometimes this was preceded by pylon gateway such as usually heralded the approach to a temple inside the enclosure. It was like a small town defied it into quarters by a regular walls. It's the twirling house stood at the farther end the cranberries stabling and open spaces being distributed in different parts of the crowns according to some system to which we as yet possess no oh Clo- these arrangements however were infinitely-varied. If I would convey some idea of the residents of an Egyptian noble a residence half palace half villa I cannot do better they reproduce two out of the many Victorio plans which have come down to us. Among the tomb paintings of the Eighteenth Dynasty. The first plans represent a theme in House. The enclosure is square and surrounded by an embattled wall. The main gate opens upon our road bordered with trees which runs beside a canal or perhaps an arm of the Nile Low stonewalls defied the garden into symmetrical compartments like those which are seem to this day in the great gardens of egg main or gear gain in the center is a large trellis supported on four rows of slender pillars ehlers four small ponds to to the right and to to the left are stocked with ducks and geese to nurseries to summer houses and various avenues of Sycamore. I date palms and Thumb Palm's Philip the intermediate space while at the end facing the entrance stands a small three storeyed house surmounted by painted corness. The a second plan is copied from one of the rock cut tombs of Tau el-Amarna here we see House situated at the end of the gardens of the Great Lord Son in law of the Pharaoh coup and not and himself afterwards King of Egypt an oblong stone tank with sloping sides and to descending flights of steps faces the entrance the building is rectangular the width being somewhat a greater than the depth a large doorway opens in the middle of the front and gives access to a court planted with trees and flanked by storehouses fully stocked with provisions to small courts placed symmetrically in the two farthest corners contain the staircases which lead up to the roof terrace this first building however his but the frame which surrounds the owners dwelling the two frontages pitches are each adorned with a pillared Portico and pylon passing the outer door we enter a sort of long central passage divided by two walls pierced with doorways so as to form three successive courts the inside court is bordered by chambers the two others open to right into left upon to smaller courts once flights of steps lead up to the terraced roof. This central building is called the <unk> team or private dwelling of kings or nobles to which only the family and intimate friends had access the number of stories and the arrangement arrangement of the facade varied according to the taste of the owner the frontage was generally a straight wall. Sometimes it was divided into three parts with the Middle Division projecting in which case the two wings were ornamented with the colonnade each story or surmounted by an open calorie the Central Pavilion sometimes presents the appearance of a tower which dominates the rest the building the facade is often decorated with slender Collenette's of painted would which bear no wait and merely serve to lighten the somewhat severe aspect of the exterior off the internal internal arrangements we know but little as in the middle class houses the sleeping rooms were probably small and dark but on the other hand the reception rooms must have been nearly as large as those still in mm use in the Arab houses of modern Egypt the decoration of walls and ceilings in no wise resembled such scenes or designs as we find in the tombs the panels were whitewashed washed or color washed and bordered with polychrome banned. The ceilings were usually left white sometimes however they were decorated with geometrical patterns which repeated the leading motives employed in the suppo- cruel wall-paintings thus we find examples of me enters interspersed with Rosettes party colored squares ox had seen front wise scrolls and flights of geese. I have touched chiefly upon houses of the second theme in period this being in fact that time of which we have most examples the how shaped lamps which are found in such large numbers in the Fayoum Ooh data only from Roman Times but the Egyptians of that period continued to build according to the rules which were enforce under the Faeroese of the Twelfth Eighteenth my teeth and twentieth dynasties he's as regards the domestic architecture of the ancient kingdom. The evidence is our few and obscure nevertheless the styling tombs and coffins of that period often furnished sh- decides which show us the style of the doorways and one Fourth Dynasty Sarcophagus that of Kufuor post-coup is carved in the likeness of a house to who fortresses most of the towns and even most of the larger villages of Ancient Egypt wore walled. This was an almost necessary consequence of the geographical characteristics arrested six and the political constitution of the country the mouth of the defiles which led into the desert needed to be closed it gets the better win while the great futile nobles fortified their houses the towns and villages upon their domains which commanded either the mountain passes or the narrow parts of the river against their king or their neighbors. The oldest fortresses are those of abydos does Al Cobb and Saturday avocados contained a sanctuary dedicated to cyrus and was situated at the entrance to one of the roads leading to the oasis asked the renown of the temple attracted attracted pilgrim's so the position of the city caused it to be frequented by merchants hence the prosperity which derived from the influx of both classes of strangers expose the city to incursions thousands of the Libyan tribes at Abbas dose there yet remained to almost perfect strongholds the older forms as it were the core of that Thomas called by the Arabs Komo Soltan or the mound of the king. The interior of this building has been excavated to appoint some ten or twelve feet above the ground level but the walls outside have not yet been cleared from the surrounding sand and rubbish in its present condition it forms a Parallelogram of crude brickwork measuring four hundred ten feet from north to South and two hundred twenty three feet from east to west the main axis of the structure extends therefore from North to South the principal gateway opens in the Western Wall not far from the northwest corner but there would appear to have been to smaller gains one in the South front and one in the east the walls which now stand from twenty four to thirty six feet high. I've lost somewhat of their original height. They are about six feet thick at the top they were not built altogether in uniform layers but in huge vertical panels easily distinguished pushed by the arrangement of the brickwork in one division. The betting of the bricks is strictly horizontal in the next it is slightly concave and forms of very flat reversed arch of which the extra toes rest upon the ground. The alternation of these two methods is regularly repeated. The object of this arrangement is obscure but it is said the buildings thus constructed are especially fitted to resist assist earthquake shocks however this may be the fortress is extremely ancient for in the fifth dynasty the nobles of Avocados took possession of the interior and ultimately so piled up with their graves esther deprived of all strategic value a second stronghold erected a few hundred yards further to the southeast replaced that of Coma Soltan on about the time of the Twelfth Dynasty and narrowly escaped the fate of the first under the rule of the Ramos it adds nothing in fact but the sudden decline of the city save the second from big similarly choked and buried the early Egyptians possessed no engines calculated to make an impression on ferry massive walls they knew of but three ways of forcing a strong all aub namely scaling walls sapping numb were bursting open the gains the plan adopted by their engineers in building the second four is admirably well calculated to resist each each of these modes of attack. The outer walls are long in straight without towers or projections of any kind they measure four hundred thirty feet in length from north to south by two hundred fifty five I fit in with the foundations rest on the sand and do not go down more than a foot the wall it's crude brick in horizontal courses. It has a slight batter. Her is solid without slits or loopholes and his decorated outside with long vertical grooves or panels like those depicted on the Stella of the ancient empire in its present state eight it rises to a height of some thirty six feet above the plane when perfect it would scarcely have exceeded forty feet which height would amply suffice to protect the garrison from all dangerous scaling by portable ladders. The thickness of the wall is about twenty feet at the base and sixteen feet above the top is destroyed but the bar reliefs and mural painting show they must have been crowned with a continuous cornices boldly projecting furnished with a slight low parapet and surmounted by battlements which were generally rounded but sometimes though rarely square the wall crowned the top of the ramparts though diminished by the parapet was still twelve or fifteen feet wide it ran uninterruptedly along the four sides and was reached by narrow staircases is formed in the thickness of the walls but now destroyed there was no ditch but in order to protect the base of the main wall from sappers they erected about ten feet in advance of it battlement had covering offering wall some sixteen feet in high these precautions sufficed against sap and scaling but the gates remained has opened gaps in the circuit it was upon these weak points that besiegers procedures and besieged unlike concentrated their efforts the fortress of Avocados had to gains the main one being situated at the east end of the North Front a narrow cutting closed by a massive wooden door marked the place in the covering wall behind it was a small plus d'arme cut partly in the thickness of the wall and leading to a second gate as narrow as the first. When notwithstanding showers of missiles poured upon them from the top of the walls not only in front but also from both sides the attacking party had succeeded in carrying the second door they were not yet in the heart of the place they would still have to traverse an oblong court closely hemmed in between the outer walls and the cross walls which last stood at right angles to the I finally they you must force a last pasta iron which was purposely placed in the most awkward corner? The leading principle in the construction of fortress Gates was always the same but the details varied according to the taste of the engineer her at the South Gate of the Ford of Apple. Does the plus Dr between the two walls is abolished at the court is constructed entirely in the thickness of the main wall while at comb Alamar opposite opposite L. Cobb the block of brickwork in the midst of which the gate is cut projects boldly in front the posturings opening at various points facilitated the movements of garrison at enabled them to multiply took why they're sorties the same system of fortification which was in use for isolated fortresses was also employed for the protection of towns at Heliopolis at Sun one at cy year at the everywhere ensure we find long straight walls for me plane squares or Parallelogram 's without towers or bastions ditches or outwards folks the thickness of the walls which varied from thirty two eighty feet made such precautions needless that gates or at all the fence the principal ones at jams and lintels of stone decorated with scenes and inscriptions as for instance that of all goes Wood Shampoo Liane beheld yet institute and which dated from the rain of Tut Moses the third the oldest and best asked preserved walled city in Egypt namely L. Cobb belongs probably to the ancient empire the Nile washed part of it away some years ago but at the beginning of the present century it formed in a regular quadrilateral enclosure measuring some two thousand one hundred feet in length by about a quarter less in breath. The South front is constructed of the same principles as the wall all at Commerce sedan the bricks being better in alternate horizontal and concave sections along the North and West Fronts. They are laid in undulating layers from end to end the thickness is thirty eight feet and the average height thirty feet and spacious ramps lead up to the walk upon the walls. The Gates are placed irregularly one in each side the north east and West but none in the south face they are however into ruinous estate to admit of any plan being taken of them. The enclosure contained a considerable population and who's dwellings were unequally distributed the crater part being concentrated towards the north and West where excavations have disclosed the remains of a large number of houses. The temples were grouped group together in a square enclosure concentric with the outer wall and the second enclosure served for keep worthy garrison could hold out long after the rest of the town had fallen into the hands of the enemy so the Rick Tabular plan. Thou excellent in a plane was not always available in a hilly country when the spot to be fortified with situated upon height the Egyptian engineers knew perfectly ugly well how to adapt their lines of defense to the nature of the site at Kom Ombo the walls exactly followed the outline of the isolated mound on which the town was perched and presented towards the East a front bristling with their regular projections the style of which roughly resembles our modern bastions at Qiumei and Sydney in Nubia where the Nile rushes over the rocks walks of the second cataract the engineering arrangements are very ingenious and display much real skill SERTA's in the third had fixed on this pass as the frontier of Egypt and the fortresses which he they're constructed were intended to bar the waterway against the vessels of the neighboring tribes at Qiumei on the right bank. The position was naturally strong upon a rocky akihide surrounded by precipices was planned in a regular square measuring about two hundred feet each way to elongated bastions one on the northeast and the other on the southeast waste guarded respectively the path leading to the gate and the course of the river the covering wall stood thirteen feet high at closely followed the line of the main wall except at the north and south corners word formed to bashed in like projections at semi on the opposite bank. The site was less favourable. The East side was protected by a belt of cliffs going. We share down to the waters but the three other sides were well nigh open a straight wall about fifty feet in height carried along the cliffs on the side next the river but the walls is looking towards the plane rose to eighty feet and bristled with bastion like projections chatting out for a distance a fifty feet from the curtain wall measuring thirty feet thick at the base and thirteen feet at at the top and a regularly spaced according to the requirements of the defense these spurs which are not battlement it'd served in place of towers they added to the strength of the walls protected the Wa- crowned the top at enabled the besieged direct a flank attack against the enemy. If any attempt were made upon the wall of circuit the intervals between these spurs are accurately calculated slated to distance in order that the archer should be able to sweep the intervening ground with their Eros curtains and salient are like built of crude brick with beams betted horizontally in the mass. The outer face is into parts the lower division being nearly vertical and the upper one inclined at an angle of about seventy degrees which made scaling very difficult if not impossible possible the whole of the ground enclosed by the wall of circuit was filled into nearly the level of the ramparts externally the covering wall of stone was separated from the body of the fortress by dry dry ditch some one hundred to one hundred thirty feet in wet. This wall closely followed the main outline and rose to a height which varied according to the situation from six to ten feet above the level of the plane on the northward side it was cut by the winding road which led down into the plane these arrangements skillful as they were did not prevent the fall of the place ace a large breach in the southward face between the two salience nearest to the river marks the point of attack selected by the enemy new methods of fortification revealed to the Egyptians options the course of the great as she had wars undertaken by the Pharaohs of the Eighteenth Dynasty the nomadic tribes of Syria erected small Ford's in which they took refuge when threatened with invasion the canaanite tonight and hittite cities has ascalon to poor and Muir arm were surrounded by strong walls generally built of stone and flaked with towers those which stood in the open country as for instance could Heche or enclosed by double moat having proved the efficacy of these new types of defensive architecture in the course of their campaigns. The Pharaohs reproduced them in the Valley of the Nile from the beginning of the nineteenth dynasty the eastern frontier of the Delta always the weakest was protected by a line of Ford's constructed after the Canaanite model aw the Egyptians moreover not content with appropriating the thing appropriated also the name and called these frontier towers by the Semitic name of Muck de Leu or McDonnell's for these purposes or at all events for cities which were exposed to the incursions of the Asia Attic tribes brick was not deemed to be sufficiently strong hence the walls of Heliopolis and even those of Memphis were faced with stone off these new fortresses no ruins remain and but for a real caprice which happens to have left us a model Migdal in that most unlikely replace the Necropolis of thieves we should now be constrained to attempt a restoration of their probable appearance from the representations in certain mural tableau when however Ramsey's as the third erected his memorial temple he desired in remembrance of his Syrian victories to give it an outwardly military aspect along the eastward front of the enclosure their accordingly runs of battlement at covering wall of stone averaging some thirteen feet in height the gate protected by a large quadrangular bastion opened in the middle of this wall it was three feet four inches in with and was flanked by two small oblong guard houses the flat roofs of which stood about three feet higher than the ramparts passing this gate we stand face to face with a real L.. migdol two blocks of building enclose a succession of courtyards which narrow as they received and are connected the lower end by kind of gatehouse consisting of one massive gateway surmounted amounted by two stories of chambers the eastward faces of the towers rise above inclined basement which slopes to a height of from fifteen to sixteen feet from the ground this answer to two you purposes it increased streak of the wall at the part exposed to sappers it also caused the rebound of projectiles thrown from above and so help to keep assailants at a distance the whole height is about seventy two feet and the width of each tower is thirty two feet the building situated at the back to right and left of the gained were destroyed an ancient times. The details of the decoration are partly religious partly triumph fall as befits the character of the structure it is unlikely however that actual fortresses were adorned with brackets and bar relief sculptures such as we see the ear on either side of the forecourt such as it is the so-called Pavilion of Madinat Habu offers unique example of the high degree of perfection to which Victoria's pharaohs of this period did had carried their military architecture material evidence fails US almost entirely after the rain of Ramsey's the third towards the close the Eleventh Century B._C.. The high priests of the Almond repair the walls of thieves of Gamblin and fell Hebei opposite fashion the territorial subdivision of the country which took place under the successors of she sean compelled the provincial princes nces to multiply their strongholds. The campaign of Peon key on the bags of the Nile is a series of successful sieges. Nothing however leads us to suppose the art of fortification had added that time made any distinct progress and when the Greek ruler succeeded the native Farrow's they most probably founded at much the same stage as it was left by the engineers off the nineteenth and twentieth twentieth dynasties and with that I think we'll end this evening's reading from a manual of Egyptian archaeology and guide to the study of antiquities in Egypt as someone who is absolutely obsessed with ancient Egypt as a child. I found that fascinating. Thank you so much for this recommendation Jeremy. I really enjoyed. It and I hope you did too if you'd like to read this work for yourself and see the many illustrations that show what I just read you'll find a link to a free downloadable e Book Version From Project Gutenberg in the show notes if you'd like.

Egypt Nile Memphis Al Cobb Kom Ombo engineer Karnak professor Eighteenth Dynasty US Ford Institute of France Camille Charles Must Sparrow Samantha Mayan Samantha Ramsey Cheremis Zenith Straw
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Mike Musto! (Hemmings, House of Muscle, /BIG MUSCLE)

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Cops like side-by-side fucking Flying v Formation Up. My Street and a car was coming the wrong way and they didn't even slow down to to to stop this car. There was like going wrong way to the car and then they kept going. I was like imagine I just went to wrong way down the highway and three cops. They're like what the fuck is going on. So I left your house the other day someone did the same thing and I said going the wrong way and the guy looked as if he's heard it a thousand times doesn't care role he'll look right back at you went and Go Fuck Yourself I pick up to make. Yeah so the there's definitely presence here but like no one there's no actual enforcing of I think that's the same thing. I mean the COPS. Good friend of mine. It's an officer parent. Who's saying that you know? There were basically told no tickets. No this give warnings. But that's about it right and because that was the thing everybody was like. Can you go when I started? 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I don't actually own a vehicle. No I do the only vehicles that I owned that. Get over twenty miles to the gallon on motorcycle and scooter. How many get those offset those offset because those are probably both like fifty right? Yes yeah I think the the beginning probably gets like I dunno in the forties and the scooter definitely. That's like fifty. But how do you pronounce the name of that Weird Motorcycle you got is? It's the company is called Z. And the name is called gear so I think Ribeira from the jungle book. That didn't I didn't land. I'm sorry didn't land that one. You never saw the jungle book. I read it when I was a little kid. I did not stop and go. See the film Mike. How do you spell B A G H? Ira Oh yeah just like that common name and there's no there's no more masculine sounding name is when you have a g in an age when it's a bag a bag us. What is this thing? That's mine? The two thousand and one no no what country Germany. Okay so the engine is out of Yamaha. 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You know I'll give you fifteen hundred bucks on yeah problem with this bike is if it's SEO poison trying to sell this thing on the Internet. Ain't nobody searching for this fucking thing. No and that's the whole thing like for me. It was like I knew exactly what it was because I had one of the past and on proof bikes and plus. It's a Mozart. You can really throw it around. You can really GonNa Fun with it. How you find parts if you need them do its part spin like I said Yamaha engine Wbz Grim mcbrayer. All Shit is readily available. We think might have trouble bodywork Jacket up. That's so cheap for a bike like because if you went looking for combined you're looking for like a or something that will not be two thousand dollars. There definitely next to is probably. I don't know thirty five hundred bucks three grand something like that and you know what are the used. F eight hundred go four. That's like four grand right thirty five hundred four grand easy. Yeah yeah this is. This is good because I've taken on fire roads at played around with. It's a big single wheel as if you wanted to like next time. I'm a young. It's a six hundred Yamaha single as you said well sixty sixty yama single off thumper. Yeah that's fucking cool. It's a fun bike. I mean it's not never gonNA call it a highway bike. It'll do a ten or whatever but you don't ask fast can you cruise it's seventy without fucking it being like beating the shit out of you. Yeah you can't I mean I don't want to ride this thing to La but if you're going like on a if it takes you twenty miles to get to the real fun roads. You're totally fine back roads. Then come home and you're fine. Isn't it bad to run singles at higher? Pm for like a long time like people talk about riding DRC's on the highway eighty miles an hour and it can just kind of it just wears the engine. No I think that's bullshit. I mean I had back in the day. I had a kale or six fifty. Which was a big Kawasaki? Thumper and I put twenty four thousand miles on that bike running at between seventy and eighty miles an hour. I gotta say might do do. Can you explain what that accusation even is? I don't even. I don't really understand what that accusation that you that you would wear out a single on the highway. Faster than other bikes. What does that implying? It's people that really don't know and that's the thing it's like it's you know it's like people that would say you can't spend a big block at four grand for an extended period of time because it won't take it which is complete bullshit show. You can't put the right cabinet. I mean that's that's the whole point. Yeah you can't spend a big block with drag cam in it at four thousand but like what do they think boats are powered by? That's fucking stupid. Both every boat ever is powered by a some kind of a big block with a small cam. That's designed to run at fifty two hundred for eighteen hours straight. That's Exa- so you know. Dude I mean I've I've been writing these things for years single. And they're fine they don't they're fun like some extraordinary. Rpm On the highway or is it like normal. You got to be honest. I don't know it doesn't have attack. Yeah the attack. But it's you know I mean and this one's got miles on it. This has thirty two thousand kilometers on it. So what does that miles? Five hundred Thirty Two K. K. It's like it's like Oh yeah one ninety nine thousand nine thousand twenty thousand. Yeah I mean when I first got it. I brought it in. I got the valves adjusted. They were like do this thing. That's fine like doesn't burn any oil the voucher totally. It's a really nice looking bike. This pick these yellow. There's IT's yellow. Yeah fucking cool. Yeah some tire shine on the fucking tires. You guys will get a kick out of a lot of fun. I would ride that. I think we are really. I really WANNA do a a motorcycle trip with you like I wanna like go somewhere. It's like I've never done the black hills thing on a bike. I really liked to do that. Not necessarily like leather up and go fuck out sturgis but like I'd like to ride some like you know touring bikes or something and I've been it's been like so long since I've actually done anything besides just local riding that I'm fucking itching for For maybe if we leave from San Francisco or from your area that cuts off like five hundred miles of useless transit writing for me and we can even Rafael. I mean here's the thing like I used to ride. Fifteen twenty thousand miles. A year was my soul one of my soldier trump transportation. So you know. I've done things like the Iron Butt Rally back on the East Coast and you know. I used two thousand miles right two thousand miles on like a House Cafe Racers Shit Dude. I did it on a nine hundred. Ask coty that. That's that's a big fuck steak. Yeah but I do. If you ever want to go on a tour or a trip I do I just. I don't I don't know enough of A. I don't know enough for the motorcycle. Press people to to really organize the bikes and be. I am very self conscious about the fact that when it comes to being like experienced motorcycle rider. I'm not experienced in the way that I'm experience like in a car like I've experienced in the same in in like saying I'm experienced motorcycle. Rider is like saying a New York. City Cabbie is an experienced driver. I got like thousands of miles of urban riding experience. But I'm not like a need drager if I went for scuba and I was like. I have a lot of snorkeling experience and they'd be like that's not the same thing. The scooter is like the Snorkel of running on the scooter. But I've been on many highway trips on bikes before like I just. I don't know how to be someone who can effectively write about motorcycles because I feel like motorcycles and off roading or like if you're not in that community and become an expert about that thing like you shouldn't even find I wouldn't like years ago. I would've considered myself an expert at it But now you race. Do you put on. Leathers raced motorcycles. You you are. You are at that level. Yeah I will I will. Have you have the resume? Yeah I mean. I don't think I could go out and drag any now. Take me a while to get that. That confidence back but if you compared the writing dynamics of one sport bike to another you have the authority to do that based on your experience taking motorcycles to their limits whereas I am a pussy attack has changed so much since. I've done that like I've never ridden a bike with antilock brakes or traction control so for me to like if I felt antilock brakes. It goes wrong with this time. I felt a bike where locked up the front brake. Abs me out I'm done. I've locked up fronts. Abs It does. It's fucking it's ABS. Bugged me out and I had the time to think. Oh that's the ABS steer and I did and avoided a crash. My God that was on it was on that Wonky Piaggio three we thing the MP three avoided a massive crash in one of those the ABS. The stability of that thing saved my life. And I had tracy on the back of the bike to Jesus I have. We avoided a huge crash on one of those. And you want to avoid that. Because I've been in those crashes. I've broken from here over. Yeah so that's not cool. It was one of those person pulls out of the driveway. When you're going fucking sixty up the road kind of thing it was one of them full lockup you know scary stuff boy it Here's Homie. I don't normally drink tequila but these fucking bow bubbly cocktails and not bad. Not Bad demise. What the hell. Yeah tell me about your Your GIG hemmings. How's that treating you it? I gotta be honest man. I love it. It's you know I mean you know how it is. You own your own business. So I've only business for so many years and you work for so many different companies and you could for different companies and do brand building all this other stuff so you know why I started. It was more of just talks doing a little bit of consulting and then we just kind of got into that conversation. Would you be interested coming on full time? And you know you kind of way the ups and downs and there really weren't any downs because it's a company that's been around for seventy years and they're basically like all right we. We WanNa do a whole arm for this and we want you to create it. You know and it's been. I gotta be honest. It's been so much fun because we have so much. Cool Shit coming out like third fourth quarter of this year As far as new programming and and everything else and the cool part is it's going to be so much stuff that I don't think anybody would ever expect hemmings to actually do right. I think when people are like. Oh that's my grandfather's magazine or by grandfather stuff. Yeah it's kind of an old school brand. Yeah so for us. We're kind of going in the other direction right. We're looking at stuff. That's really experiential that's a lot of fun. We're combining travel and food and fashion at cars and motorcycles and boats. Like we're doing shit that people are GonNa be like yes. Do what with a what and WHO? Because that's the stuff that I wanna see that I don't think is being shown as far as the video stuff goes and they basically looked at me and they were like you know this. Do what you gotta do. And I'm like Ooh so. That's what I use. Great that's great and is it like coming from a you know a freelancer who's now a full-timer but working remotely what does that look like from a day to day. I gotta be honest. The stress level is so much less because I mean you know how it is. I mean every as a as a freelance you throw twenty five things against the wall every month and you hope to stick and now it's and then you also have to deal with people stealing your ideas and your Ip and all that other shit which happens all the time so being able to to do you know. Take the skills that I've learned over the past fifteen years and basically come into a brand. That's not only established but basically re it for the next ten fifteen years. That journey is really really cool. Because they're like you know what you have to do what you just go and do it and so the freedom that I have is fantastic and well off to seek out every single fucking Vajak. No you don't and that's fabulous. You know it's like I've I've been at a certain level of anxiety about the next gig the next for so long that it seems normal. I mean and you know my wife who has been for most of our relationship together a salaried employees in extremely well compensated and very talented salaried employees. She left her salary job at the end of last year and for the last six months has been working freelance and has been doing well and it's been very very busy and working up until corona virus which pointer entire job evaporated but but her transition from a fulltime to a free to an a very busy one. One Who had a scheduled look like mine where you have that ninety days booked and then it's like an open ocean and but for her. That was like she had this crazy. And and and it's not just her. I think a Lotta people who are used to a salary. Don't really understand that that constant level of anxiety. That happens when you've got three incredibly busy months at open sea of you know especially like Corona virus when this showed up like my schedule stayed pretty much intact up until like this week. At which point he cleared like Moses in the Red Sea and so you know She had trouble adjusting to that. And so you know I. It was thaddeus moving to Dubai and getting immediately addicted to having fulltime salary. Right to the point where he's staying fucking Dubai. I mean the fact that Iras and you you you guys can both relate because you know as somebody that that owns a company and having to fight for every every dollar that you make there. Are Those Nice that you stay up and your eyes are staring at the ceiling. You like shit this month or or how are we going to put money away? Or what is my health insurance gonNA costs and anybody that has never been an entrepreneur. Will never experience that. And that's what I tell everybody like all these people see right now. They're not gonNA pay me enough and I deserve this. And I'm like Yup. Let me tell you how this is going to tell you about the Dick's your they don't have health insurance to cure you from wherever the gave you a people. Just don't get that and again. It's one of those things where you go look and I'm sure you get the questions all the time right. How do I get into this business? And my you know my answer is has been the same for the last. I don't know how many years give ten years of your life away for free and then maybe you'll be somewhat successful. Maybe that's that kind of answer. Turns off more people than the answer. I give I give an answer. That is that most people don't like I had a tour. There's a twitter threat from this morning about it from Rory Reid Who I've never met in person but sounds like the nicest guy ever by all accounts From top gear for a couple of seasons He he shared some video. That a guy made who is like a car vlogger and it was basically about this guy. This guy's like behind the scenes video of like rise to popularity and then just the rest of it and it just crashed. What's is a crater craters? Yeah I don't I I got through about fifteen minutes of it. It was very relatable fence key was talking about it. A bunch these guys talking about it and there was just like it was the the reality versus the fantasy kind of thing. Where did you? Where did we come into this? How do we get to that You were talking lansing freely. Yeah I mean all that all all right I guess it was just about the standard state of anxiety of a of. They're always be needing to be more right. There's never there's never enough there's only more well there's also the the the different part now is When you were just like a journalist and you're freelance journalist or whatever kind of job you were nervous about how you're GonNa pay for something but you were like. I need to write an article to get a new story. Find New thing. Now you have the audience also asking for more right so fence or or someone could do like jump a car and you're goes great now now five cars like you have your evil evil being pushed by People that have access to you through social media constantly so you have to kind of at Scotto. That said that. Who's like atty Gymkhana comes out? There always like the next what he's like. Bro. It just took me like a year to make this care. This is the other part that people don't like. I switched careers in my thirties. So like I have a full business development background I I was. Vp Investment Bite for twelve years. So coming out of that starting a business than going into doing freelance. They started my own business and then going back to work for you. Just see the whole cycle of how things work and he needed to make that decision. Does it work for you the time and if it does God bless you move forward if you stay you keep doing what you're doing you know. Yeah I just remembered why I wear. I blanked That because people were asking me how to do the job and Matt. How do I get your job? How do I do what you do and my answer? They don't like learn. Adobe premiere pro. That's my first immediately shuts down ninety nine percent of conversations. And that's not my intent. My intent is to respond with the reality. Which is if you want to be on Youtube. If you are below a certain level and that level is pretty high. You can't pay an editor periods. So the better. Your editing is the better. Your videos are going to be an editor. Get the least credit for doing the most work in having the most influence over how the work looks so it was I. I DIDN'T HAVE START HAVING ZACH. Shit until two thousand eighteen and so anything in between two thousand thirteen and eighteen. I just edited my fucking self and I wish I knew had learning premier had a new do premiere before that even that's the non-glamorous answer yours is worse. Yours is be a slave for a decade mine. Learn a piece of software. Yeah think mine's a little softer than yeah. It is a little bit. But that's all right is what it is. It's good no reality is you're starting a small business and you have to treat it like that from the Matthew due to the assets you put aside to the skills you need and all that bullshit you tell everybody when we met backing Oh seven oh six or seven yes six. My charger and my daily was an e thirty. Nine M five. That's silver car. That was a nice car when I when I left my job. I sold my e thirty. Nine M five and twenty five hundred dollar mercury villager minivan and that became my transportation villager. I loved the villager. So you know it. It's that's what that's what you do. That's the sacrifice you make. You want to hopefully move things forward. I don't think that villager was upgrade. Your boss in that village it was it was it was. I mean you know. Here's the thing and like God bless my wife you guys both nausea like she just runs with it and we came to love that stupid van. The same way we came to love the danger of the battle-wagon and all the other stupid things that I've learned over the years Again you don't you don't you know little you and Vinnie. Vinnie are kindred spirits when it comes to quality beater like you guys manage to find the real goal that that battlewagon roadmaster appeases shit. That was a nice one you we bought cars. I bought the battlewagon this same time. That you bought something the two thousand and eight Honda Odyssey which was fucking great. I have no regrets. That van was amazing. Yes actually Kinda wish. I still add it. Yeah that's right. I got rid of it at a time. I think I really needed the money. And I didn't have anywhere to keep it but it was a it was such a Nice van love. It was really and so much. But that's but that's the thing when you buy your own production vehicles because they have to serve that purpose and the problem is if you buy a nice one you know it's GonNa get somewhat beaten up and trash just you know. It's it's a work truck. It's a work vehicle at his raptor. The raptor served US really. Well I think I think we. I don't think time I bought. It seemed like the perfect vehicle for the job. We learn some lessons as to why it may be wasn't the perfect for the job a tool for the job ultimately but those forty thousand miles and three years we had it. I think we we treat it like a truck. Totally we came. We went off road. We filled it with gear. We fill back man. We stuck cameras all over it. I don't think pickup truck. Yes we did and it an Oh my God did that thing hold its value. Jeez I pay forty eight thousand five hundred dollars for that truck. Which was the sticker price? I put fourteen forty eight or forty nine thousand miles on the truck like I remember the the mileage and the price for like the same. I think I sold it for seventy five hundred bucks less than I bought it for. I mean it was extraordinary. I'd never seen a regular car. Had A resale value. Like when they were there are selling them like they're shipping overseas unhappily hub right over there. The Raptors were just retain their value better than anything how it was the second car I sold doing. Exporters Hold Robert by Bennie. Sold my next quarter to racks. Mini a no. We took it off. You WanNa you WANNA fucking watch Larry FUCKING HE WANNA watch his brain explode. Remind him about the time I tasked him and his team with removing the Tristan Eaton artwork for many. There's like four dudes who had like eight one your fingers from getting that shit off and fucking pastors man. That shop had some fun. That picture that Zach pulled up before the different story that said joins hemmings or whatever was right in front of your shots. That's that's that might be. I don't know it wasn't a day. I met you but it was like. Maybe we'd known each other for a week because that's the first time you ever came to our shop in Harrison New York and as you doing a burnout right in front of it but if in the back right corner this photograph you see that single garage bay are shop was two bays on the right side unpick shared. If you're looking at the picture there. Roughly where the Black Omega speedmaster is in the picture and then that little single garage bay that you see that was my terrible cold wet office garage me and Larry just through some carpet down and put a table in there and that was our non heated office. It was horrible way. Oh yeah you're so miserable. Customers think when they walk in there like Hey I want to pay for a table fuck but like you guys did good. Larry was such a good detailer and on the new. The New York Motor Club. Sign like you. You really did create something back then. That was unreal. Right you create dumping at. I think even if you did that today would go. You just have to iron out the legalities of it. We did some sketchy shit right but with the drives yeah but but we but if you know the sketchy shit happens once you get in the car it wasn't fucking enough sanctioned sketch the actual idea of that club yeah that brought so many and how old were you guys early. I was twenty four. Yeah created this thing. Where guys with courses for ours. Lamborghinis were showing. That was hilarious. And some guys this shit real seriously. The Blue Collar guys that doubt they were buying cars at just to be in the club. Funny that we even Larry and I at the time we're like why did these guys take shit so it was like and I think the movie old school came out at the time where it was like wanted to join the fraternity so bad and it was it was that it was that exact thing and we were a real snob about it. We talked about the stickers that I may with the Ferrari paddles. It was really like you know. Can I have sticker? No you're not in the club. You cannot have a sticker only you. The level of admission process we're applications. We had a second board of directors that would mean we rejected people all the time rejected for not having a fucking cool enough car. A guy who sucks I mean it was really feels like going into club and being with Boreman at the club weed meeting the upstairs. You'd be like it was. Oh Shit we will up stairs. Sergio's restaurant Grimy as I can't believe it's funny at people took it mad. Serious people really got fucking heated about. Some of the process was best of the best and again when people would talk and they would be like you got a good enough card being and we're like what I would I would laugh by fuck ass off. It was crazy. I didn't think it's one of those things where I go. No who's going to take this seriously and then all these guys it wasn't it was like it was you know it was. It was like Young Wall Street guys their first nine eleven right late twenties right. Yeah Chris Pests Yeah. Chris Brass he was a good dude and then there was like blue collar meat heads that own small businesses around the car wash so the landscaping guy and restaurants daily. Montero's in the world. Yeah he was a retired COP. Yeah I liked him. I liked Jerry. Lot he was he was out of character fucking goodfellas. That guy was great. We had a bunch of and hilarious. Goumba got it was crazy. I can't believe that as like children. Me and Larry pull that kind of thing off basically ran away when I was like. We'RE GONNA go to prison. This is not cool. Want TO CALIFORNIA. Now who these guys have they make the money for these things but we gotta get. Outta here. Well exactly. I mean the thing that you get the drives that we would do on a Sunday morning at like six. Am were just down the sprain and like the you know the the parkway doing Jesus. Big Speeds is pretty Banzai. It was pretty bonds. I didn't I mean people might have done that kind of stuff back then. It seems like it's much more prevalent now to organize drives and stuff like that but like in. Oh five and six and you didn't. You didn't see a lot of guys with like brand new sports cars for the most part meeting up at five. Am with the specific intent to drive as a group cars deep like one hundred twenty five miles an hour up the fucking highway with nobody on it like. It's not really something saw back then. Gumbel upped upstate New York and back on Sunday morning at six. Am Yeah we do like a hundred and fifty two hundred miles and it Wa- It wasn't I I'd never seen other people do anything like that. And in certainly it was in the early days of Google maps and so I was the guy with the roots I would go scout and come up with these fucking and people who had lived in this area. Their whole lives had like never even heard of these roads Brown. Whether you find this place Google maps this right. It was a new thing. So there's a lot of fun. Yeah yeah that'd be. I'd like to have a reunion every once in a while and Oji New York Motor Club. Member will show up in the comments of Of the videos and say hello and I got whenever I There was a few guys I guess I think most of them lurk on bring a trailer because they they pop out. Whatever I go to sell one of my cars. I remember that time we did the thing up Anyway we gotta fuck loaded questions or any of them worth getting into. Oh did you see Do you see cans new Ken Block New Toy Fox spotting pretty slick dude. I'm GONNA take a little bit of congressional. Take a little bit of credit because I brought my shit over to hooting and they saw that shit and I think they should have done a notchback hatchback like know they probably wanted louvers and you gotta get a hatchback to get louvers but the notchback is a much more aggressive design. I think it is. I'm thinking they did the hatchback because they had more room to fuck with the suspension. Why no more or whatever the case is. They're actually more room there. I mean with the hatch. I mean yeah mean you know what I don't know I I think you might be talking completely out of here because we've seen no 'cause the notch has behind the back seat like like If you took all if you take off the back seat and it was the bane of my existence in my car because when I bought my car the very first day he's like taking out the back seat. Okay but there's there's this cross brace that goes behind the back seat and are in the notches. And it's not there in the hatches. It's almost like a rear strut tower. Brace okay so I don't know what the hatches do. But anyway the guy that designed this guy that designed the new batmobiles right. Y- which I read that. But which new batmobile are we talking about if you go online like there? I think there are three kind of leaked pictures of Obama leaked pictures. We are on nine. Miles we're all online right now. No I think over. I'm happy doing Fox bodies like that. Super Fun I just I just wish it was a notchback and I also think they use they use the the ninety. Gt Tail Lights. Which I think was a mistake. I think they use the Lx or Cobra tail lights which because they have an LX Knows on the car they don't have a GT knows yeah. I mean it's GonNa be it's GonNa be interesting to see that thing. I mean every those cars so hot right now. The values we going up for ever You know there's A. There's a thirty three thousand mile one for sale on the on the facebook group. And he he like twenty four twenty five grand for or something like that and it's big money for low. That's that's pretty low. I mean it is pretty low. You driven those cars that you know that the stock box body is not a twenty five thousand driving experience. Talk you know. That's why I always. I always laugh at the E. Thirty six lightweights. That are like a hundred. G'S I've driven them. And the difference between a five thousand dollar craigslist e thirty-six and a lightweight is zero. There's no lightweight so there's no discernible. Difference know take the passenger seat out of a regular thirty sexist same weight. I'm GonNa have some more Tequila glass at least once. Yeah so the the guy that designed the graphic artists that designed the new batmobile. He is also the person that designed Ken Block's Fox. They're not going with that. Artsy liver either going with a fucking traditional all white. I thought it was in college. I mean this this. They have a few his nineties God I'm blanking on the artist name. I also like the all white with the whiteside pipes. looks pretty red but And then there's this which is the one I saw which I like. I I also Mike. Those don't I don't know about you. But I've hated those corneas drag hood scoops. For some time. I hated them back. Yeah hated them. Shits back in English town back in the day. I can't fucking see them. What does that four? That's an injected car. What is that doing? There's a whole bunch of nothing actually say that. Meanwhile that car velocity stacks and I think we'll have a Hulu. Corn had the same The original before they went to in turbo it also had the kind of bug catcher scoop. It was like the nice low one I thought looked I just it look sick and it was too. I WANNA see who's well shit. The presentation of that is different. The stacks come out of the whole different thing right so it depends on if this one box. I think he's got a little mad. Max Ish Right. I think on the on the Fox is a little more mad. Max I kinda I okay but when I see a hood scoop like that I wanna say see it on like a rate seventy two Novo. That's the I think I'd rather just see punch louvers. I think you know what I mean. Or you know what I always wanted to do in my Mustang it would I priced it out. It was so fucking expensive. It wasn't worth it is if you do velocity stacks with one of those sort of reverse clear. Lexcen things like from fifties. Ferraris may yeah reverse bobbled that. See that to me is like the next level but with my Fox was like twenty five thousand like no. I can't hard. Nah speaking that Fox body by the way I don't know I haven't seen it up but I was contacted by a broker that is preparing to list that car for sale really. Yeah apparently the Guy who bought it like me really like looking at it and didn't much welcome to the nineties. Apparently it's going to be for sale. Eventually I just told you throw it on bring a trailer no reserve again. Yeah Fetched Mine. Is Brilliant car. It looks amazing. Well it just you know. There's limited use for car with no climate control of any kind. No Radio Bill Couple Linda. All that's listening the older I get the more stuff I wanted just works. You know you know the thing. I Brag about the most in my Lamborghini. Take a shot for me saying my Lamborghini folks Thing I brag about the most. Is that the AC works. I Brag about that shit to everybody. Was it like I? I went out my daily. Now is my Bronco and love that car. So fucking cool. That is purchase. I have made in year. It's a brown up to black. What are you talking about a bronco? Bronco can't be to black. I just think any car that is like I don't like cars that are black with black wheels because well now I can't see wheels. They break us on them. You've lost all definition of the wheel and there's just no there's no break go has chrome eggs or polished mags. Yeah I think Greg Chrome looks pretty cool. What was funny my buddy. His name is Ala. Panasonic guy grew up with a New York and he goes. You moved to the Waspy as part of the United States. And you bought the most Italian Bronco on the planet. Yeah spender and I was like enough the Coupe Deville of broncos Goumba if it was a two thousand and five G. Thirty five in one you need curve feelers. Mike curb feelers on it. I'll tell you it's a great. It's all one hundred thousand miles on and it runs perfectly. It's comfortable Asia driving. Just 'cause you you're up high. You'd see everything I love that. So did you get that because the wagoneer is just too slow too inefficient and too rare like because this is a very similar vehicle. It just it. It works better a little bit the wagon ear and the wagon. You're by the way getting re powered because I can't feel it's so fucking too slow. Yeah it's the delicate feels about the same. I delicate and I was amazed at how slow it was. You have owned my friend. Two cars that look toughest fuck and could not beat up mosquito wagoneer and the super chicken turbo chicken would that got in a drag race by a fully laden Caprice wagging thank God damn that. I learned saying Turbo Transam. Yeah Yeah we have freight mecum the fucking podcast last week bike. And he said one of his dream cars and his collection was a turbo transam. Pretty much was like yeah. That's the slowest thing ever. You know what? And here's the thing I am in the market for another war however that motors getting taken out and thrown right into the garbage. What you want. Is You want the rapper. You want the rapper. And then you want to call Tom Nelson or one of those guys and you have an actual you know an engine that befits that name that that's exactly right and I mean we're doing like everything with the exception of the Bronco and the BMW. And I think charter like doing an engine swap on the wagon ear and engine swap the Daytona We what engine Soi is going in the wagon here L. S. No I'm actually going to do a five seven out of Durango because I want to make it completely California legal and I'm GonNa do take the APP system out all the running gear everything and basically do a full swap so I can make it carb league. What Year Durango? We're looking at a I to say a two thousand six two thousand seven when the first rendition of the body style. It's out now. A- Oh eight Oh eight. Oh nine maybe yeah. Yeah Yeah Okay. Okay you know. And it's fine like three hundred forty horsepower. Whatever that five seven makes engine plus gearbox now? Actually I'm going to keep the seven twenty seven that's in there and I'm just gonNA put a gear vendor behind it and then be done with it because that'll still give me the overdrive that I want but it'll be so much more efficient and because I had gave enter. The chargers works great. So I'm just going to go that route. Fine Okay okay. And then new motor in the in the Daytona as well. You said Yeah Daytonas actually going. Kobe jacked everything up. And they don't always opposed to be at Wesley motorsports in Michigan Right now And basically we're doing a red eye swap in the Daytona really. Yeah we're doing a a modified redeye swab. You gotta go. You gotta go to standing miles. Who is paying for that engine? This Guy Fuck Outta here you are. Yeah I mean let's say the dodgers involved which is great Is that a crate motor. You can just buy yeah. It is actually and what we're doing is we're we're going through the kind of the dodge crate motor program. Were getting the It's not a hell of motor. It's basically a a hell crate motor. And then we're doing demon Demon internals bigger injectors. So it'll make probably make around the same as stock demon which is around eight forty eight fifty right Salat fucking NASCAR. Daytonas make the day. Do they made like four fifty with the the motor that I haven't had car now is a five hundred horsepower. Mill WE DONALD IT. I made four fifty and four eighty five wheels so oppressive it stout now but the whole goal with that car from when we wanted to do was to go over two hundred. So like we're GONNA put a cage in the car this suspension system and then slated for June of twenty twenty one. Take the car it'd be the first Daytona ever on the nearby gray and the Autobahn that. Oh my God. That's a great. That'll be fun and that's because like and I don't get me wrong. I'm not the one that's going to do that. I'm not gonNA drive like I drive it on the ringling rain. I'M NOT GONNA like Kevin. Who's a real hot you? He will drive it in anger on the ring. Because I'm kind of afraid to okay. What do you need? Petty someone who's driven one of these at crazy speed before it's it must handle an do must feel so different from anything else that has ever been to the ring. The rings you'll run. Our reason should are under way faster than that. So this has speed that of like A. Gt Three car. Then it's going to have you know Daytona Charter. Body can top man with the Arrow probably to ten. You know around there. That's insane. I think it's just you know when you're bolstering up and you decide to pull your foot off the pedal but Yeah Fun Yeah. It's a good way to burn some money. What's the fastest gone in that car? just under. I've done about one fifty eight car. And that's that's hall in the mail and believe it or not. It was totally stable. It was it was fine but in an old car like you know you feel everything sense everything. It's kind of that little thing on your shoulder. That's like you might die if you are. All of the like is the nose cone. Structurally sound for two hundred or do you have to test that in a win. Tala make sure it doesn't I mean no no. This is when I bought this car. It was this car can do those speeds it is. Structurally sound all the original. Bracing there the wings stanchion through the trunk into the frame That shit is functional. Like I've stood literally me? Dan Remember them to forty five people sitting on the wing before. Yeah I mean I remember. We went to the plate with women that were on the wing. Remember you remember the security. Are that smell the wing afterwards to everybody listening. That actually happened. It was gross that wing. I always like Oh dear God so bad. Yeah although I mean look that's properly nuts. I imagine there's if nothing else is a tax deduction in that. That's I mean so. We got a lot of fucking questions from people. Let's get to them. We got a big list. Zach anything Standing out to you start going through by price and if it says Moscow in it so quickly good way not going to be many. What's Bang for the Buck Biard an NBA Miata? I don't care and aim. Any MIATA is bang for the buck. Any MIATA is bang for the buck. They're all fabulous. They're all great. If you're just starting out attract driver OR CANYON DRIVER. They're all fabulous. Just go take your four grand and go find one. You're talking yeah you're talking about at a minimum a seventeen or eighteen year old car at this point the condition of the individual vehicle you are looking at is much more important than the generalization of what's better the NFL or the NBA because that could be better than that and be but that could be better than all the ends. You know what I mean. It's like we're so foreign to you. Yeah so that's the thing All right this guy says some days. His car has great throttle. Response in shifts or buttery smooth other days feels like his car has a hangover. Shifts are NACI and throttle response. Sucks do cars have bad driving days or just people know my first question would be was is. Have you modified it? And if so what did you do because you might screwed it up And no cars don't have bad days unless they're broken. Yeah I mean it's basically how that goes right. Yeah something you know tired car to me if I the first place. I'd look is your air filter that's true that's the very first place I'd look. Because it's the thing that people forget the most and it can be inconsistent. My air filter was pretty dirty in my nine eleven but some days it was fine and other times it would hesitate and I didn't know why but the problem was there the whole time so I would start air filter started. Then go with fuel-filter yes you're I mean things new the easiest cheapest things. I and work your way down Find someone Oh you know. They should do. They should get one of the Ocd too scanner obscene. And because that if the filter doesn't do it you probably have some kind of weird air and like you're not like your two cents. It could be broken and what you get on your phone. Yeah they have Bluetooth ones that go to your phone ownership There's a bunch of companies that do it and so I would get one of those and I will tell you what's wrong you'll save you a bunch of time. This is what happens when you only have one car with a we. D to Bro. I have zero. No it's an eighty seven. I'm wrong though. The Aston has a and it's no three is one. Yeah I have one each have one. Yeah I haven't driven the Aston in like a month. I this weekend is going to be well do do you know. I didn't expect when the fucking shit got locked down. I spent the very first day hustling every single press car I could get because I was concerned about content and so I actually I have a pretty decent run oppress cars and it's been kind of a challenge to drive to to drive Everything actually not. I'm not complaining everyone. I'm not complaining. Were white people problems. Here it's your job so I understand where you're I got a lot of cars to drive for work which has cast some of the personal cars aside a little bit because my wife can't drive them because she revises the tribe stack dammit. Hannah learn we teach how to drive? Stick you know what really bothered me. The most about it. Is that Hannah? Ken Drive stick. She just won't. It's not that she can't she won't be. I got her driving in fuck. It was like a civic I think it was the type Bar I taught her to drive. Stick on the civic type R and she was like perfect at it within five minutes. I mean it was great. She she went around the parking lot a million times and then drove dinner and then and then she refused to do it at all without me in the car she and I was like but you just practice you know fucking head dive in you know what I mean to the fire. And she just wouldn't do it and I don't see why not and she's like I don't have to she's like I don't know any this. I don't give a fuck about driving your old cars. I don't need this skill. Then she's got a point she's like I've proven that if you're having a heart attack. I could get you to the hockey as far as I need this skill and I was like she's like by my own Goddamn car. It'LL BE AUTOMATIC ARIGHT. Ghaffar as he wasn't being mean about it she has a point give. Meanwhile we go on beach walks. She's like my you know you walk in the soft sand. It's like the only thing we have left now. It's like three miles on soft sand every day is like our routine and Chicago man. My caps are killing me. I don't know how your caps are doing like drive. Try old cars all fucking. I'm getting this though that. Do the You Know Zach and I had the the Morgan plus four which there's a press car in la fantastic. Isn't it Oh my God it's the best? It's no power brakes no hydraulic clutch and the pedal box so small. I can't wear shoes so for. I drove four hundred miles in his car and a week barefoot with no all IQ ANYTHING. So that's a workout. That is absolutely work is a great car though. Do you the plus floor. Well I've been I've been in a plus for I had a believe it or not. I had a buddy in high school that had a plus eight nice and we used to rip around in that saying and be back and we didn't know instead House Dad's old crappy car but man. Was IT FAST? You don't for back. Then I mean this thing would keep up and blitz finally to mustangs and stuff. It's the Plus Force. I mean this thing only had one hundred sixty horsepower four cylinder. But it's still fucking ripped pretty good. I mean it was a waste. Twenty one hundred pounds and this thing. Morgan said zero to six thousand seven seconds. I think it was more like six but It it was a little fucking ripper. And it just made you smile so much shows the sticker on that base price was sixty-nine as tested was ninety three because fucking everything is optional. Dude every you think Porsche gets you up like oh you'd like a pocket in the door for the map that'll be know whatever we look at that and I'm just like there's not enough stuff to justify ninety grand. Well you know. It's it's one of those things where it it's I bet you. The price is not what they think they can get away with. I bet the prices based on what it costs to build that thing by hand you know in twenty twenty. I bet that's a bet. That car is shockingly expensive to build with all the. It's not built. There's no robots there's zero robots all mortgage factory. It's like that's Clyde lied junior and the third right. The mortgage factory is built on. The side of a hill pushed the cars from station to station down the hill. Easier legacy families as the car gets older families. People are born in the factory and the kids takeover right there. It's just it's the little hidden ecosystem driving this Range Rover this week and so it's like a fast wanted. I was texting with Jamal eighty this morning my friend who used to be at Ford. Sat fucking just. I mean He. He was at four deputy from three until a year ago. Which I mean Goddamn that Iran amazing vehicles in between that period. And now he's over at jail are running. Seo Begging fast. Jags and the fast over. So I was texting him about this thing. Which is the SP autobiography dynamic addition vols? Is that the villar high? I like that dude. It's hot. It's the five hundred fifty horsepower but in the lighter platform and and S V A dynamic. According to Jamal. Just means they ditch the bourboule tune so no bourboule tune in the exhaust and they they dial down the body kit and the colors. So that's not quite as agro in performance. It's an are but it's just not an are in shouting is nice which early quick and understand But I was texting him and you know he's over in the UK and he's in he's in some baller ass crib somewhere in the West Midlands working for them. But we were talking about Morgan and I said when he can win. When it lifts you must go visit. Morgan at malvern. It's one of the great factory that was a long conversation that went to nothing special. Sorry what else you got zack. Mike Let's see this guy. Hey he has a nineteen sixty nine cutlass which you will never get rid of. Its first guard. He wants to turn it into a Fund Canyon. Carver so what would you recommend for this? I mean here's the thing. Whatever you do it. It's still not going to be very good. I mean if it's true an honest assessment of Cutlass Not a slight. It's a fact. Yeah so you can go out and you could put twenty thousand dollars worth of stuff in it but you're still doing it to a car. That was never meant to carver. Canyon right so the chassis the Arrow everything regardless of how you strengthen it it will be better and it will be fun but don't expect it to be great right so you can get bigger breaks bigger wheels and tires better shocks. You can have Jr. I of whomever make you a set of shots. You can do wheels on ours but you're still stuck with that same basic geometry that. The designers intended to be a basic of muscle car and not a canyon carver. So it'll be better. It won't be great. You'll probably get the performance of a very well sorted Fox Body Mustang as that. I mean it's yes. It's it's good advice. It's just so much money to make these things really really here. You're talking about replacing entire chassis. Yeah that's all like like I said we're we're redoing the Daytona. It's getting a full straight up custom suspension. So but you talking talking non. This thing's not off the shelf so you know you have to look at that and say okay. Well what do I really want this thing to do? And here's the thing you can have fun in in that car going. Fifty miles an hour through the Canyon and still giggle and still have good brakes and tires and stuff like that. But just don't build an think you're gonNA go catch like a nine eleven because it's not going to have brakes tires shocks in that order. Yes done that's right On a related note What someone asks where there are some of the best handling rest? Ahmad you've driven. And what do they have in common more important? Lulu? That's fucking interesting. So some of the best ones that during the things that they all have in common or the guys behind the wheel know how to drive. That's the biggest thing right. I remember you guys behind the the the design know how to drive. You said you guys behind the wheel and presumably. You're the one behind the wheel. Well the guys behind the wheel and the guys behind the design. So for instance like you don't like Zach. Remember we did Brian. Hobart the wide-body corvette that was fast and furious. Yeah like that car was unbelievable. Jimmy Days Amex unbelievable they were all designed to be race racecourse. I and muscle car second and you know the there was a ton of money and a ton of design and this suspension geometry were done by race engineers to make them better so it kind of circles back to the guys first question on the automobile. Yes you can make the better. It really comes down to money and then talent behind the wheel because like if you're a decent driver you can kinda hustle. Anything for the most part might not be safe. But you could do it. Whereby well sorted cars take just time and money and time and money and time and money. Yeah you know. I'll second that. The best bro touring cars. I've ever driven from a dynamic standpoint. Were built soup to nuts by Detroit speed and they make their half a million dollars. I mean they're there. They cost as much as a brand. New Ferrari I mean. And here's the thing and you. Can you take a one when you're talking about Muslim? Because you take a modern muscle car like my my s. One Ninety Seven Mustang. That was a GT three killer and that was a you know now. That car is fifteen grand thirteen grants you can buy all the Mustang. We recommend people all the time to buy to basically do your your mustangs setup or the maximum motorsports version of the exact same thing. It was great it was it was on-track. It was the best car that I have ever personally owned. And everyone that I've spoken to that came out of GT THREES. And everything else would drive the car and be like. I'm astonished at how well this is but again it was built for me by a race company so it should have been good. No Keane drove the maximum motorsports one of the track and said he was. He said if you a anybody anybody from from a novice to a pro will be able to show up at a race track and have a good time driving this car Yeah and in terms of like you know best You know nothing touches icon Attention to detail when it comes to restorations in terms of modding. Yeah I've never been in an icon vehicle always wanted to but I've never been I've seen them shows your they're amazing so there's suspension and whatnot is still up above on that level that well no if you WANNA about. Kodo racetrack or something like that. Then you need to talk to Art Morrison or Detroit speed And and I I con in a lot of their builds does use a Morrison Jesse. Yeah and But John John isn't a race car guy. He's not a race car driver. Yeah they set their suspensions up however the customer you know wants them I don't think they're customer is necessarily a Canyon Carving Rate Track Day. Going kind of But they I mean they use really nice setups in their bill they use. They use Morrison Chassis. And they use really you know High Quality Bill Stein. Dampers and stuff like that they. They don't cheap out on that hardware but if you wanted to talk about Handling and and and TRACK DACIA DETROIT. Speed is so shit there see three vet. I drove was Bah. Nat knows I mean it was like it was like A way better sorted version of that fucking Psycho Death Cobra me and Larry had back in the day. Yeah that puts but actually sort in and didn't want to kill you. It was fuck. Yeah right yeah yeah. It always goes back to time and money man with enough money. You can make anything New England time you can make anything good but the key is starting with the right combination of parts and then the engineers and the drivers that know how to make it function properly. Yeah do you build yourself a great car? Nice What are your most justified and most regrettable quote while you're in there of grades our jobs wait upgrades are justified. While you're in there upgrades I. Yeah while you're in there you know you're getting your car worked on and then then you're like you know you're getting. I don't know how I'll throw out there for. I did a lawyer in there with my Fox Body Mustang in which I bought a complete and supposedly functional independent rear suspension. Check out of a ninety six thousand three Cobra and then we subsequently took the entire thing apart and replace every single part with race hardware. So there's one and was that justified in hindsight is no says the differences incremental and two. We might nine eleven's engine required a top end rebuild and while we were in there we did a bottom and rebuild as well that at no extra power but added an extra hundred thousand miles of durability to the engine and so that one was extremely expensive but I think justified so I'll just say everything I've done everything I did to my nine twenty eight as that was what both both a waste of money. Look at me wrong. Amazing car when it was fully sorted but man it took time to money to get their man you know. That was a labor of love. I love nine twenty eight of when other people own them and I've enjoyed my brief drives in them. But I really feel like for the amount of money you have to invest in in the headaches of them which are apparently many the driving experience while Nice is not unique enough that it really rewards that level of headache. Yeah it it really comes down to for me. It was a bucket list thing and I mean it. The cool part is like I sold my car last year and the guy that bought it is thoroughly enjoying it. Which means you know. The end result was a really brilliant car and it was. I mean it was just a great coral around. It was fun It was something you just you do because you love to do it any want. They experience of that particular vehicle but when it comes to driving dynamics they're good they're good for what they were for a time period in nineteen eighty six but for twenty twenty it. You know it's still it's A. It's a thirty five forty year old car. They're very nice but they're kind of middle of the Road Cruiser. Where you're exactly. It's a grand tour of the highest fashion right right but whereas a mid eighty nine eleven is a totally different it just it provides experience. It's unavailable anywhere else whereas that front engine rear drive. Gt Sport. Experience is available from a variety of places yet a variety of price points. I have a question for you so I by a c four corvette. Sorry it's a kilo that's far too modern of a car going modern with this well somewhat modern with this nine nine hundred sixty four us. He's got the one I they're fine. Okay they're fine. What are the draw? Because I'm looking for you'd. The drawbacks are nine. Nine six is compared to the grand spectrum of all automobiles are beautiful and lovely to drive and fine compared to all other nine elevens. They drive weird. I think nine nine six is Dr Weird. I always say. Spend the extra fifteen grand by like nine seven like an away. Yes yes absolutely. And I wouldn't think twice about it I really would. I think nine nine seven is absolutely worth the premium over nine nine six especially if you go new enough to avoid all the s bullshit if you get a nine nine seven dot two with a manual car. That's just the car and it's worth it's worth the premium and you'll get it back on the back end. I nine sixes aren't like all of a sudden gonNA pop and have their fucking day. Magnus tried to make it happen with his three purchase. Even fucking bag. This can't do it. He tried to make magnus looking for nine. Nine six might drive water cooled each other. Make nine hundred six this happened. They didn't happen all right. It's worth focus. My sights on a Gen. Tunein the premium or grab yourself. Grab yourself a nine three. Do you really want water cooled or are you okay with with air or you're looking for more modern all right then you want a nine nine seven dot two with a stick and you you and it's it's a great place to park money and fucking just enjoy because they want good. Yeah that was kind of my feeling sharkey up there too so if you have any issues you're right you're right by Fremont and Sharkey can can hear about stuff. Being close to them is very helpful. Yeah in the interior of the nine nine seven versus six so much tonight and day. Better sign day. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah and you could save money. Actually I mean you can get a six speed is very nice but like if a show wanted to drive you get a PDK dot to and it's drag. She will stick with no problem. Oh cool then get the sixty. Yeah yeah the biggest the clots upgraded you get a nine seven not to career assets to get a GT. Three shifter okay. It is better and put the but it's a thing you can just do. It's not hard that works for me. Zachary Reopen Are overbuilt engines indicative of a period of success with a manufacturer things like a to Z for or to Jay z? Again interesting I mean with two Jay Z. Say Yes because that was like that was right. Before the Japanese economy bubble pop thrown huge engineering at everything during peak durability fee Ford. Gt the Oh oh yeah or GT. Which can famously handled triple the stock horsepower on stock internals. Jamal in charge of that project. My friend who we just talked about before. He said that they were given such a short time frame to develop that car. They did not have time for last minute failures and they preferred to because the car was going to be expensive anyway. Use overbuilt component tree in everything to avoid a last minute. Oh my God. This thing is not durable enough to handle the durability cycles that are required for this thing to be a Ford well so it's not just an f. One fifty motoman far off F One. Fifty lightning motor. It's pretty close to the F. One fifty lightning motor although it was an aluminum block. It uses a bigger displacement superchargers The Ricardo Gearbox in that car. If you EXAC where to go on Ebay right now and try to locate. Oh Ricardo Gearbox from Ford. Gt which is a six P. transact so if if you were to find one and it costs less than thirty five thousand dollars. I'd be shot. Yeah what does that is that. What is there available on Ebay? Zach Ricardo Gearbox Twenty K. No fucking way Ford. Gt Forty wait. Is That A. Is that an old school one now. Is that a new one if that's actually a working Ricardo Gearbox from a Ford. Gt For Twenty K. It's the cheapest one I've ever seen online. Think is from the new and there are project which used us with cocaine. Prices have come down. It's a recession after all star is legit. So yeah the ones the ones I've seen that are Are Legit Ricardo for? Gt Trans Axle. Is like thirty to thirty five thousand dollars but that that car itself. I mean I think that is such an iconic that that's a bucket list cartoon. Yeah they're the best. They're there's they drive so good. And if you bought one like fucking Daddy Doug did a couple years ago. He he did good. He doesn't come up because they I I saw in this month haggerty Not Kyle comber. Is it called Komar? Whoever DOES EVALUATION COLUMN This Month? Calmer right yeah. This month is the is for GT's and they did. They took a bump. I was wrong. I thought they were stagnant. Movie The debt. Yeah that was what they took a fifty thousand dollar jump after the movie Fuck but Doug Bought Carl Browse old car. Which is a super high. Mileage car. Took a thirty thousand mile cars because Doug one of the drive it. He didn't give a fuck so it was It's a great car to buy and drive. And the ones in the ones in a haggerty the the the comparisons were like the really low mile ones the most interesting phenomenon in that article about the new Ford. Gt is that it seems like the more of them that come to auction the higher the prices go the graph on the haggerty article is extraordinary from like. Oh eight to fifteen. There's like seven to nine of them a year coming up for auction and the last five years. It's like thirty a year. It's spiked so fucking hard. The air cooled nine. Eleven thing was the the they they got pumped up in markets and media everything. And then you just couldn't sell enough of them fast enough for enough money. It's like they made a billion of them. That's okay how many miles got. I don't care if you love everybody that were bought new and squirrelled away into collections and so every auction. It's got two or three of them. You know one is going to be five ten thousand miles and one is going to be four miles. You know in plastic. You know right Sorry to to to plug a competitor but I I read Haggerty. Also listen we all did it to another company that is a good a good one to work for these days because they don't they. An insurance company isn't going to run out of money for their magazine anytime soon. You know what else you Zach must. Have you driven any of the electric muscle cars like these Zombie to do? You think easy classics could take up the mantle in spirit of American muscle. No in fact I hate it. I really do. I driven the biggest thing about an American car. Any muscle or for that matter is the engine in the front. That's why they're good and I'm not talking from panicle performance standpoint. That's the soul of the car. So like I don't ever want to drive an electric sixty eight charger. I don't WanNa do that. It's IT'S I. I want to feel the body shape. I WanNa hear it and I want to experience what the car was like at that time so I applaud. I applaud the cars. I applaud the technology in them. But honestly I don't I don't want one. I could really give a shit about them. We'll don't because if you take the engine out of a lot of these cars you're left with something that doesn't turn or stop very well at all. I mean you lose. You have the shape which is cool but you know and it's fun to go fast in the electric car but you're losing like I mean I had I owned a sixty five for two years like so much of it was just turning the thing on driving twenty miles. Colts feel powerful. And you're not because you run a fifteen quarter-mile but that is so much of the experience and if you take that away all right now. The car isn't turn stop at all but it goes faster than all the the the the CAM. The Cami engine covers up the rattling. The body me charger the drag strip. Last year Iran. I ran a thirteen ninety nine ninety nine miles an hour worry scrape by today's standards not fast. But that's that's what that car with. A four forty should run. Yeah right so I mean. That's that's what is wrong but when you pull up and you hear the public by the Cam and the things are moving around and stuff like that that listen. I resigned myself to the fact that that car is not fast anymore but it still looks ridiculous. It is still amazing to drive from a visceral standpoint yet. Less than I do is make anyone. There was a guy it was guy with an old Alpha appear of carbon copy that converted into electric and I said how do you like it all I love. It's the best thing ever and I felt like the answer was because he spent so much money on a converged. Yeah you never WANNA ask people to review their own car. Sony people send me writing which I like. I openly said to folks on this show. If you if you WANNA be a writer and you want me to critique your writing Senate to me and I will read it and I will critique it and and the articles I get sent I would say twenty. Five percent of them are reviews and or defenses of their own car. Of course they. Here's why I bought this car and seventy five percent of them are a variant on the defense of slow car fast and then I ask people to write the next thing. Go cool the next thing and they go. What's the next thing I go? It's the next thing it's the next thing you write. Once you've written a slow car fast. Never hear customers. No but you know the muscle cars are so the. It's not fast in the quarter mile but that doesn't mean it doesn't feel powerful if feels powerful is powerful. Part of the reason is not fast. As because of rear grip part of the reasons not fast because of gear ratios things that have nothing to do with how shoves you in the back? I mean listen. You know the the charger for what it is right. It still makes close to five hundred pound feet of torque right. I'll live axle leaf springs. No Traction mad at you put your foot down. It's rip in the back tires all right. And that's that's part of it. It's it is a powerful big lumpy. It's a tractor that's what it is. What about did you fuck? Would you fuck with the New Cobra jet? You See the new Mustang Cobra. Thirteen hundred horsepower. Ev What about that new car? I think it's it's amazing for what it does and I. There's no question if you put me in an I would laugh like a child because it's fun but again it goes back to the test like it's a wonderful thing. It does everything that it's supposed to do but for me I I really truly love the the sounds and the smells and the and and the feels of it if I was commuting not the jet to commute but if I was commuting an e would be fantastic. Now if you're commuting WANNA Taikang type. I've watched everything you've done on fuck with Taikang yet. Now I'm dying so you gotta get one. That's really some. That's the best car. I drove last year. Taikang TURBO S. Oh my God. It's the best and it's not what you want to buy. You want to buy before us but you really want a week in a terminus. If somebody said you you could keep the air cooled. Motoring your nine eleven or go to electric. What would you do? Oh I don't want an electric nine eleven. You know what I did like. I fucked that von thing. I liked that. Did you see that you know that is the aftermarket hybrid? So they're developing an air cooled. Shit also think think about how nice that would be if you because it was seamless. It really was think about how cool it would be if you could have an air cooled nine eleven which air cooled. Horsepower is widely known to be by far the most expensive horsepower. The money can buy imagine. You had something like a nine thirty turbo. You don't have to open the engine you don't have to run increase boost pressure. You don't to do anything you just plop this thing in. Replace the flywheel. And you've got a plus one fifty that I because that that you maintaining the spirit of the carling. I would love to live with this. I would love to see a manufacturer come out with something like an electric car system. A muscle car whereby we go back to the mid eighties and we have a rider. Turbo boost button. That's electric like Euro. Porsche doesn't Porsche does it and The the Turbo S E hybrids all the Turbo S E. HYBRIDS. Have a boost up fucking on a button. Basically really yes. That's how you ever fucked with Taro. S. E. Hybrid. Oh so you need to go down the rabbit hole of portions now because the the Panamerican Turbo S. E. Hybrid is insane because it can charge itself using its own engine which is not the only one that can do. The Volvos can do that as well but we took took those on a race track and I was laughing. We have a button. That's like a turbo boost button. It's a it's a throttle switch NAS when you when you get when you hit the floorboard. Yay hundred percent and it and it regions on the brakes it regions on above it because above a certain speed it disconnects the hybrid system so it region on the throttle above that and then it provides Front Front Power To pull you out of the corner so I did like six laps around a race track in Panama. Turbo S. E. Hybrid. I started my session with eight miles of range. Ev remaining 'cause you can drive in ev. Only right so eight miles range. I do six laps around track. I finish I have eighteen. Miles of range should have more rain at the end than I do. I was able to re Gen more by breaking than I was able to blow out by using kill mode and over boost and all that shit. That's very cool. This motherfucker makes six hundred seventy horsepower. Dude you gotta get one. You GotTa have a go bananas. See if I can wrangle one for a press car because I mean and that's that's the thing I mean. The technology is such now that I feel like anything is possible at this point and that you know if you can dream it you can do it type of thing. And then the jetsons noises dude. It makes I saw. I saw the video on. That's why you gotTa Fuck when you when you do a launch in ticon and it does the jetsons noisy automatic show. Oh fuck me. This is why this isn't it. Oh yeah you gotta we? GotTa get you Calvin Calvin EST icon. Yeah I got a call because I mean you know. Here's the thing I mean. The good part is I now have a great outlet for which to review it. It take one drag strip. You'll run tens over and over. They will throw you out. I would love that because I mean just to show up at cinema which is like twenty five minutes from my house with that and make all the guys. Just go would be amazing. You'll run a ten five over and over and over and over again you'll have you'll have migraines you'll feel super nauseous. It's yeah and the fast fucking gnarly man. Yeah they're very good. I want one badly. I keep telling my I can't afford it. I keep telling my dad. He's GonNa buy one and probably like a lot weeks. I'd say they took him out at the PC and he was he was shocked. He was absolutely the sticker on their car No four s which is really the one you want to buy is like one twenty five. A Turbo S. is like one eighty five. They're expensive and sell a lot of no. Yeah they're expensive. You know it's not for you and me but you get the the testers and so we to have a taste. Get a little taste for free. You know that Zach what else you got Andrew saw must've replica. Five fifty spider on instagram. He said what are your favorite driving tiny roadsters like speedsters cobras. Morgan's caters CETERA. All right. That's a good question Well one tiny roadsters and six four to forty five. Don't really go together But the Morgan. Absolutely one of them. That's speedster speedster was just shown on Petra lists. You can look at that actually. Just my buddy Eric's car. That was just air today. That's great into great video on that replica. Speedster what's the story on it? It is replica. Speedster yeah He goes through all the specs. Got About two hundred power and stuff. But Eric did all work on that car. He custom did the interior by himself. he's upgraded. It is a stunningly beautiful. Porsche replica. Visit like Like a becker something or one of those. No it's it's not a back into different company and he was walking me through it where it's a full tube chassis with coil overs Fast little cars handles beautifully. Just Watch watch the picture lists video. They'll get it But MIATAS I mean listen. I have a bunch of friends that have MIATA race cars that we run. They're still so hard to be from a driving experience. I mean for me to get it. We had cut the C. rails. Move the back. Cut The door panel. That's my arm could fit there but they're tough to be. They really are roasters fun. Because they're tiny and it's like you put license plates on your cards a kit yeah. I liked that Morgan so much because of how fun. It was from twenty to fifty miles an hour. That's where I really enjoyed it. The most because I could I was. I was going slow enough to kind of appreciate what was happening on the outside. I mean her. Remember Driving Alex Roy. Three wheeler amazing. That's like a biplane. I was so much fun. Yeah Morgan's hilarious. You're you're you're you're not driving a Morgan you're motoring it's a different activity. It's a totally different thing. Yeah so little roadsters though are fucking great. But I'm not I don't know about you. Mike. I'm not that into the cars like I'd rather drive Morgan than Ariel atom or an exit. I always feel like the EXO. Cars are kind of. Just unfinished sketchy on. I don't WANNA I don't Wanna I don't WanNa see the pavement beneath my feet. I've had cars as Ross one new car. I'll man. They're so fun. They're so fun. They're so stupid endangers fun. It's just like personally I want somewhat of connected. Finished piece of bodywork is Underrated it I in a MIATA gives you the illusion of safety and an accident. There is no allusion at all right. That's very very true. Diego is. He's thinking of building a sixty eight mercury cougar with the GT. Three fifty are engine. Is that possible and cool? Yeah I think cougars. Right now are completely undervalued and underrated muscle car. One cares about them. They're trying to their great looking cars. Man Like an extra seven eliminator. Those are beautiful beautiful looking cars and that's like a really I mean the interiors are great. They actually drive really really well. I mean be prepared. Obviously if you'RE GONNA put a reverse the cougar a platform sibling to a Mustang. Yeah a little bit is practice. It's wider wheelbase and a bit longer but coors themselves are just. They're great cars. And you could get like the nicest Cougar on the planet for Twenty Five Grand. And they're brilliant there. There's nothing I'm shocked. There aren't more of them on the roads because they are very very nice cars. Mercury in general has zero brand. Yeah just shame because they made some really nice pieces Cougar back in the day. Yeah you're set right They they look. They're better looking. In my opinion. They kind of bridge the gap between Mustang and muscle car at the time like shaped the kind of a little Nova to them the attitude than a Mustang. But I think they they were trying to go the Mustang market and they just didn't have the pole but then the the muscle car market. That wanted like a charger or GTO or something that looked tough and big. They don't really fit that either because they're they're just I don't know their little smaller looking. So they kind of landed in this middle area then known bottom. Yeah but if you pull up like I don't know if you could find a picture of an eliminator like they're tough near as equally tough as anything else like. That's the eliminator looks real muscle car. The ones that does have like I'm thinking like you know dude around here who's got that. Falcon. That's got the fucking over fenders on it. It looks all locker Era Panamerican doubt. That's what I'm thinking with the Cougar. I like the old roads vendors. Wide WHEELS NA- NASCAR NASCAR oil smoke. A Eunuch to it. You know I totally agree with that. Yeah fucking cougars. Real yeah way cooler than mustangs. Yeah I do I would absolutely get for Mustang gas them very car looking very cool. Yeah as a three spoke steering wheel which is good to spokes during those terrible seventy seventy Mustang with zeppelin steering wheel. A great three spokes. Good Nice got hers. Ta Fuck with that. I don't know I didn't know Mike at the time when I put a hearst t handle Subaru when I was in high school. That's all right. Got To have a little bit of fun with it is not our. I learned my lesson. You'd fucking Shit The Sun and fucking brand hearst on my bald thousand shift into with more permanent Mike what is the best muscle car for off roading? I think I think I think someone might want to build a gambler carbon. They didn't specify what they said. I mean all any stock muscle cars offloading believe or not. I mean this expansions the Doggie and you find a stock muscle car with a stout automatic and a Pasi rear or track in the rear. You're not getting stuck right like everybody used to say that about you. Know you can't drive these cars in the snow and they'd never make it at bullshit chains snow tires and a in the gets done. That's amazing someone asks you? What do you think about the Honda Monkey? It's cool but it's small. I think you'll get sick of it in a week because it doesn't look good economically. No I mean I. It's interesting I I went back and I recently wrote a gram for Awhile. Which was which was actually kind of fun. But it's The top speed is fifty ish around there They're fun around town bikes just to putter around my problem with that is you're sitting really low. It's really tiny and I have a problem with cars not being able to see you. Yeah totally it's a good pit bike but I wouldn't WanNa be riding one on the street now. Perfect ride my on the street for sure. Yeah grams grams for while they got such good praise in the press. That like you couldn't buy one for a year. They're like sold out there. Were just super define those big price premiums weird but then people started saying that they. They really weren't made to do like they're not they're capable in a canyon that just not fast enough to up a hill so the rare flat canyon grow grab three hundred would really what's up. She's engine swapped put a turbo on it and something like that would perfect. Uh Zachary Herbert is debating between getting a fourth. Gen Forerunner an Alex for seventy or sorry and Alex for seventy Other than the price differences between them. What are some redeeming qualities that he should look for? A maybe a Montero. He said I don't get a Montero. No Use Lexus. Overused Mitsubishi Baseline here. So we can just let scratch that out and go between the forerunner any LX I mean I like the forerunners to be honest with you I. They'll always hold their value. I think the Lexus. Is You know a better value proposition. But I I don't think you're gonNA lose either way. I think that both their brilliant trucks for if you just WANNA put around town and be soccer mom. You want bomb off road. They're both totally capable. So Toyota builds landcruisers differently than they build other vehicles. They're designed to be more durable and whereas a forerunner is a very nice truck and all the things you said about true the Lx four seventy in markets. Besides America is Land Cruiser. And I think I think I don't I don't I'm not one hundred percent started. I think some of the land. Cruiser durability cycles stuff is applied to that LX because it's a Land Cruiser branded vehicle internationally. So I think some of this stuff about it is tougher and more durable than even the forerunner which is a tacoma. Yeah you're looking also at a obviously a big difference in size so not that much about a full an cruiser Segment Alex. Four seventy five seventy. Oh God I've got the picture up. The full-size Landcruiser. But he was really talking about. Is that a four. Seventy four seventy eight so hang on a minute. We discuss because there was a four seventy that was the full size Land Cruiser. If you go back twenty years there's Oh wait that's LX or g x four seventy he's in La said LX. My bad new. That's an old truck. I'm sorry yeah yes lexus. Four seventy confused because I heard G X instead of LX my bad I went down a rabbit hole. That was not correct. I'm sorry I've been drinking Tequila either way. I think it goes back to like decide what you're gonNA use it for and then make your decision from there Lexus is obviously going to be better. Well it'll be nicer appointed on the inside. It'll be quieter but off road. It'll still do everything. Plus that a forerunner will do so either way. You're not going to lose anything on his hold their value like mad. Yeah all right all right Matt. You can only have one car and you have to choose between your old focus. Rs North one take hybrid. Turbo Fiesta drove the fiesta. Okay quick hard. No that one I have never in my life been through a period of worse ongoing back pain then when I had to drive that car for any period of time you I mean for all the things they did right with that car and there are many. It was absolutely incomprehensible. How bad the seating position turned out to be in that car and if I was a little bit more of a hard ass in a little bit more of a Dick I probably would have refused delivery when it showed up and I sat in it because I bought it sight unseen and. That's something I won't ever do again. I'm ordered it a year before it came out assuming the seats would be the same as the FTC's and they were not at all Zach before we wind this bitch out of here. We have some we can save for for crew show. There's nothing else specific to must also the things he's normally driving Mike. I appreciate your time and your company as always always fun to just hang out and bullshit. We have to figure out how to do the motorcycle trip. Listen anytime you want to do it Matt I. I would even go so far as to say you know. We could rent bikes and do a trip. I don't mind renting bikes. You know in hindsight I said I kept talking about press but in hindsight this is the kind of thing where I'd almost rather just rent the bike and then not work. Yeah I mean here's the thing I've been dining? If if you were to come up here we can rent guesses or whatever we wanted to rent. It would be right to go through the red redwoods through the Oregon Coast That would be an absolutely brilliant ride that we can have a lot of fun with and so awesome. I'd love to deny we should really not ridiculous speeds. This is just torn for Tori stake in and having fun on a motorcycle. That's all that is we I. I don't I don't I don't crave a real speed on a motorcycle. I just enjoyed just being there on. We'll get back up here. Get him going yeah. He sold that stupid by he bought. I know that thing was dumb as fuck Kulik. I think he had to flip it. He bought a pair for like flip but he tried riding in a row. This is a big Suzuki huge thirteen. Hundred thumper it was such a fucking central coast. Florida bike. No I wasn't Jixi. What was it called? It had a it was a bt. X Eighteen. Hundred Sir sounds right. Yeah that's it. Yeah it's a giant leader by cruiser chopper but built by Suzuki. Yeah it looks sukey Lewis Suzuki. I don't know the fucking weighed like nine hundred pounds. I wrote at one time awful. You WanNa plug anything besides hemmings my go watch videos at hemmings channels coming up third quarter. I would say if you haven't yet we have an auction. We have a brand new auction site. Which is really bring. Trello hemmings and It's a it's an alternative. It's great the functionalities. Fantastic man. Just look for the video. We've got a bunch of new shows that are GONNA come out third quarter and Matt honestly I will probably hit you up again to come on and go through the shows when when that comes out. Yeah Yeah we'll do that for sure. the Witnessing fuck people for the live people we're GonNa be back tomorrow Tomorrow would be Wednesday at four. Pm Pacific with Larry Castilla. He's GonNa be here talking Shit. He's got a new shop studio detailing studio. He's built shop man. I've seen a few pictures I haven't seen any of the Finnish seems cool. It seems cool. So we're going to commiserate about construction and then Thursday at five. Pm TOPS. Agoura is going to be on the show. I watched his new special last night at the Hong fucking having. He's going to be great. I'm super excited. The man apparently Tom has been a listener of this show quietly for a long time. So he is is more than familiar with with our work which is excellent car opening when the windward the w word is a tough word. Because I don't have an exact date at anything I tell you would be wrong. We will be open as literally as soon as we possibly can. That's the only answer I can give you. We have FIRPO FOR ANYONE. Who's got emergency needs if you need to send a car down to. La are underground level is finished. And so we're doing cold storage underground right now on battery tenders undercovers and then once we get our ticket of occupancy. I drove by there earlier. They're they're literally they have the would stuff up so I think first thing tomorrow morning. They're GonNa pour our front driveway and sidewalk. Which is very exciting. We're so close to like we're so close. We're like away for those. I'm GonNa Plug Matt's garage because I've been here and I it's I'm GonNa tell you straight up. It's like nothing that I've ever seen before I've been around this space for a long time He's creating something that is beyond the special so it is completely unique. There's no I could safely say. There is not another place like this because I had the permits to have it done the first time. Don't be surprised if you get a call from me one day like an I keep the Daytona here for a year. You can you you. My my oldest friends have priority. Alex Roy already taking advantage. Yes of course you your your Daytona always home. Always thanks Mike. I appreciate it I'll see you soon. Tell as I said hello and that's it for our show tonight. The smoke entire podcast is powered by shout. Engine Tequila Get your dad. Podcast IT shout engine Dot Com. It's easy all use a connection to the Internet. Microphone some friends from faraway. Who want to spend time with us. And ideally to a something to say goodnight. Mike Connecticut's later well.

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Episode 77 - Morning Gratitude - Motivational Speakers ( Warning This Is A Belief Changer)

The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

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Episode 77 - Morning Gratitude - Motivational Speakers ( Warning This Is A Belief Changer)

"This is the universe speaking to. You are now tuned into the Modern Spiritual Life coaching podcast. By the serve I master life coaches, spiritual guide coach chip. Welcome so. We now begin this episode of a transformational journey. unedited. UNSCRIPTED. And creating something from nothingness. Let there be to model spiritual. Life coaching. You missing. Spiritual cast. Got Got The one and Must Jay. Pink You got the one. We got one more. The big. talker. Beg You. Know. The. Beginning It. Now Good Morning. It's alchemy coach chip. On the morning gratitude and trying to get these going up here with my cup of coffee. You got a lot of great things coming up today and we're going to be looking into. One of the most motivational speakers. And warning, this is going to be. Change for as well well, also have anthony, Hopkins was the meaning of life. Lock more asking that. What is the meaning of life? When win this, Kobe? while. We already said it before what we create out of her own is as we get. And many people just still don't get it just like they don't get it about her NASC and things of that nature. But I feel there's a lot of energy on this morning. Gratitude, show here this morning. We Got New York. Checking in with US and California. And Phoenix Arizona. But we're limited on time because we have a lot of great things coming up this. Half Hour and we're going to be expanding the show. As well sometime next week, and the week after as we're going to be expanded the time to. Changing the time, making a little later, and still so early in the morning here on the West Coast. Right now right now. Let's get into the one of the most motivational speakers. And believe me. This is going to be A. Game Changer as soon as you hear about this right here on the modern spiritual podcast. There's nothing you cannot be. There's nothing you cannot do. There's nothing you cannot. The most magnificent, the most remarkable, the most splendid being God is created. Who could reject such wondrous magnificence? Not Know who were. New? Think your great deal less. Tell you this. You are your own omaker. You set the guidelines and you decide how well you've done how well you are doing! Where you are, the one was decided, who wouldn't what you really are and who you want to be and you are the only one who can assess how you do. All you seen your world is the outcome of your idea about it. Do, you want your life to truly take off. Life will take off for you then when you choose for to. Make a choice. Like you just decide, you have not so chosen. You have procrastinated prolonged protracted protested now time that you promulgated and produced which Yuban promised. What is going to be who you're going to be how you're going to do it? Just decide. You're will not be in its present condition where you'd have simply listen to your experience. The result of you're not listening to your experiences that you keep we living at over and over again. You cannot resist something to which you grant reality. The act of resisting nothing is the act of granting of life. When you resist an energy, you place it there. You would track not just what you. What you feel what you are, the more you resist, the you make real whatever it is your resisting. What you open your eyes to look at disappears. That is it ceases to hold its illusory form. If you look at something. Truly look at it. You will see right through it and right through any illusion at holes for you leaving nothing but ultimate reality nearside. In the face of ultimate reality. EUROPEAN USON has no power. It cannot long hold you and it's weakening grip. You see the truth of it then the truth sets you free. Only when you say I did this. Can you find the power to change it? It is much easier to change what you are doing that the change what another to. The first step in changing anything is to know unaccepted. You have chosen it to be what it is. You're always in the process of creating every moment every minute every day. How you can create, we'll go into later for an hour. Just take my word for you are a big creation machine, and you're turning on a new manifestation literally as fast as you can think. We really do pay a world with our thoughts and level of self belief. You are threefold being you consists of body, mind and spirit. You could also call these the physical, the non-physical and the metaphysical. The process of creation starts with thought an idea conception the. If you see it in your mind. You can hold it in your hand. Everything you see was once someone's idea. Nothing exists in your world. That did not I exist spewed thought. You have a clear picture in your head of something is going to happen a clear believe in that it will have no matter Watson. Is the I left of creation. Can See it here. Comes the word. And you have the courage enough to speak it. It will happen. Everything you say is a thought expressed. It is creative, and since fourth creative energy into the universe. Roy Self check for ten million dollars. For acting services rendered and I gave myself. Five, years. Air Three years maybe. And put it in my wallet. My kept it there and deteriorated, deteriorated and stuff. and. But then. Just before. Thanksgiving nineteen, ninety five. I was going. Ten million dollars on dumb and dumber. Next comes action actions. Our words movie words your thoughts expressed. Thoughts or ideas who? Works if you work hard, yeah, well. Yeah, that's. Just. Visualize then you know. Go eat a sandwich. Go first to your highest thought about yourself. The imagine the you that you would be if you live that thought every day. Imagine what you would think, do and say. In how you would respond to what others to answer. Every second of every day I was daydreaming. Put the new car up on your mirror. Put the way to be on the refrigerator. If you could see it in your mind, you could hold it in your hand. So. Do you want your life to take off. Begin at once to imagine it the way you want it to be. And move into their. Check every thought word and action that does not fall into harmony with theft. Move away from. When you have a thought that is not in alignment with your higher vision changed to a new thought then there. When you see a thing that is out of alignment with your grandest idea, make note not to say something like that again. When you do a thing that has mis aligned with your best intentioned. Decide to make that the last. And make it right with. Whomever was involved. If you get. As they chewed my dreams and by doing that. Eventually, it came true. Literal required tremendous, mental and physical effort. Constant Mamata moment monitoring of your every thought, word and deed. Will involve continued choice making consciously. This. Whole process is a massive move to consciousness. What you will find out if you undertake this challenges that you've spent half your life I'm conscious. That is to say unaware on a conscious level of what you are choosing the way of thoughts, words and deeds until you experience the aftermath of them. Then when you experience these results, you deny that your thoughts, words and deeds had anything to do with. I WANNA, remind. To continue to dream. Dream big. What dream or vision do you WANNA turn into reality? There's nothing you cannot be. There's nothing you cannot do. There's nothing you. If you're going to try. Go Away. Otherwise, don't even start. If. You're going to try go all the way. There is no of feeling like that. You will be alone with the gods. And the Knights, who flames fire? To. It. All the way. All the way. You will ride liat straight to perfect to love to. The only good fight there is. Going to try go away. Thanks. Spiritual. I'm fascinated by the dream world we live. Dreaming Sleep Team Inc and that moment of previously when the subconscious mind wells. Allied, my own personal feeling is that this is beyond religion or spirituality is that this is all losin? My. because. My life has been such. Sitting here tonight. Forty years ago, I wanted to come back to studio. None of it makes any logical. Left bring sense to me. The been books written about in younger robot that there's something Innis. That We. Deeply understand. Deep Nature. Deeper than anything we can even begin to comment and that certain moments life we get a little signals little flashes. I had one moment and I decided to change my life. Gigi flashes that says it's yours if you want it. and. I don't know how that happens. But. It's happened to me, so that's what I've tried to put into this movie about the team like nature of life. What do you think that? I don't know I think there's a superior consciousness all of us. that. We touch into sometimes. I don't know if I believe in anything I mean I've. Dated but I believe whatever that thing is talk about? Centuries I think just within us. I mean things. Remarkable. Things have happened in my life by by just wishing are asking for something for bit of happy as can I. Don't believe I'm not a I'm not. I guess as anybody can help me or whatever, and there's something inside us. The will respond I. Believe I really believe that we have to make our lives because life is tough, have to. Believe in the power of life my life in this. Acting game has just been. One longer surprise surprise that I'm still here for example. I was a little kid. starting off new Ymca Porthole, but having no idea what I was going to do. Because I know what else do should be looking for a living. But I jumped on the back of those double decker buses, and hold onto the white poll I never wanted to go inside I love swinging on the you know the wind my face. That's been a metaphor for my life in this business. There is no shortcut to happiness. Have to live your life if you find. But, it's a morality tale. When I wanted was younger I wanted to be. Famous, it all happened. And doesn't feel any different. It's very present and I. Don't take it seriously i. Take old with a little grain of salt. We all sell ourselves to some degree. I was told I sold my soul for Hollywood. Well, maybe that's. I've been told I sold out. The success doesn't necessarily bring you happiness. You can bring you. A lot of happiness relatively depends how you handle it and I think when you're younger. It's hard to handle and as I've been around for some years. I think I've got a fairly good, but maybe that's pride, talking but I. I feel fairly balanced life. been on the city block few times. You Mellow out and you just don't take too seriously. Do some new. You GotTa make you gotTa Constant Comfort Zone. That's what we all do. We get your seventies. Comforts some of the requirements watching television there. And we get certainly be seventy. The end of the airway sit around watching television for the rest of my life because they've done it all sitting my Lord, it breathe. It's not worth it I mean life so short, such glorious. Images in the world and such horrors well I want to see it all, so I moved my comfortable. It's. Essential for me. As well die. So, I've done it to have broken every rule book. and. Not Out of malice or any? Telling anyone I'll show you? I did it for to show myself I've showed myself looked in marathon. I'll show you one day. They've done something completely. Your wrote music. And I, feel limitless. Anything let's face move mountains and trust and let go, and all the you know nice to just throw myself then then the when the negatives came to my mind that would. Positive sounds in my head, you know I'd say I can't do it I. I used to meditate and visualize myself doing. Nice to visualize myself on like a kind of A. Ton visualize myself doing of signing cards and spinning them and then gradually. Surprising the power of mind what happens, you know you muscles begin to respond. Thing the piano driving a car. Comes to relax. And not to take life on its face value that it's all mystery and it's an illusion. and that everything is random, there are no guarantees. And, Also. I. Take. There's no message in it. I'm not meant to miss. It's also. I, know people getting a strange intruder feeling about the nature of it, because the talking about the subconscious mind the nature of memory and dreams. The whole thing is dream. Everything in this is a dream. Now. I'm not show. The reality is but when you look at our own lives, we we don't know if there's any we don't know what reality is. We don't know what life is. We don't know what time is. We could be dreaming this at this moment. We don't know that's how asleep the human race is so hold. History has been one of a slumber, and sometimes it takes a little bit of I wanted to wake people up. Let's just pull the rug said. This is a movie now. He's a big what that's. In your seventy nine plus years on this planet, what have you? What is there a bit of wisdom that you can share with us that it maybe something we wouldn't know because we've overlooked it or something that you really among above all else. You think you've learned that you can share with us. Keep going. Keep going. Never give up. I think that's really good at what. Thing is we get questions in our head and? Voices they put us down when we were kids and all that, so I get over that I've had to get over the you know whatever trump and just I carry a photograph of myself my phone. And I was a little boy. And I was little confused will now look at as we did okay, kid. Did okay. That's very. Much. Keep talking. Like that nicest Tuck, but you just got to get out of bed. Get on. My grandfather always carried his own luggage and all of our luggage and we're always like what are you doing? Put that down, but now I realize like that's what it is right, but he kept going. Yeah, I gotTa do it. And that's the wits the meaning of life by Anthony Hawkins. He says it outright. This is a dream. It's no illusion. Yes, it is and if it's real to you, what is reality? What is real? Okay. Think about that and then replay that listen to beck again because it makes a whole lot of sense. And the meantime here we're going to be going out to twitter shoutouts and we go to show to lending at a row. Want tree forest that's black lives matter. And then we had the Pagan Pink Pagan Wedge and you can follow her at league war and those are the two ones we got this morning following us and following us back follows back or just our pinup. Promotion advertisement. Just re tweet it, and then we'll see it, and on the next show which be Friday on the morning. Gratitude there. The Friday Friday will just mentioned. And have people follow you back on that way as well and you have to have an attendant, and the intent is to truly to be following and follow back. That's what happens to this. We're GONNA continue on here about the end of the episode and This is going to be the Celeste Rio. wiki to by Jonathan Goldman as well as at this is going to be the sound soul, healing, meditation, and as Put yourself into some peace in the peace of mind. Right here until the next time on Friday. I'm going to bet you a good day. Good night wherever you may be in the world as well as this week. We're going to have a lot more programs coming up. I will have out of the garage which I'll explain about the Columbia explosion back in nineteen, eighty six, how I relate to that on a metaphysical level, and then we have cujo. He's out of Florida, coming to California bypassing the Arizona. He's GonNa. Do his one half hour one one half hour show. This is all taking place this week. 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Fighting Coronavirus with Data

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

29:19 min | 7 months ago

Fighting Coronavirus with Data

"The from Pushkin Industries. This is deep background. The show where we explore the stories behind the stories in the news. I'm Noah Feldman the past few weeks we've seen the federal government taking measures to stop krona virus that would have been almost unimaginable. Not Too long ago. The president declared a national emergency at the state and local level. More and more mayors governors have declared stay at home orders the US Mexico. Border is closed. Non Essential travel same to the border to Canada. Most travel from the US to Europe has been suspended. Probably even more things have changed since I reported this podcast on Monday evening. Does any of this federal response make sense? Does the State Response Make Sense? Are we acting based on data logic and reason? And what should we be doing to get a really expert perspective on this? I spoke to Dr Farzad Must Sherry during the Obama Administration Farzad with the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the Department of Health and Human Services before that he worked for the Centers for Disease Control in the New York office focusing on New York City public health now. He's the founder and CEO of Alad a healthcare technology Farzad is one of the clearest and most rational people that I know and I knew he would have a lot to say on this common Farzad from very early in this crisis and I mean very early you were loudly saying on twitter and I was following you closely that we didn't have a coherent national response strategy even at the conceptual level of knowing what we're trying to do have your worries on that front been at all alleviated or do you still think we have a lack of coherence. Oh my God no I wish now we we. We don't have a plan and there's no clear criteria on win. What are we trying to do in each community at what stage and winter? We in containment. And we're trying to do contact tracing and stamp out the sparks as they're coming in and keep it out and winter we try to do social distancing and mitigation and win going full bore on Suppression and doing these extreme measures. And when are we going to get out right so we have a plan? That says a fifteen day. Plan to slow the growth. What happens on day? Sixteen Noah I was hoping you were GonNa tell me that I mean you're asking the wrong guy. One of us is actually a public health specialist. While I'm telling. Ya on Day Sixteen. You know what it's GonNa look like. It's going to look bad if we had done a miraculous job of slowing down transmission. We still would be seeing mounting cases of hospitalizations. Icu cases and deaths on day. Fifteen purely based on the people who are already infected so. I think we have to have a plan that says these are the measures. These are the data points that we look to to decide when we take these extreme economy crippling measures and this is when we get out of them and we don't have that right now but not only. Do we not have the plan? We don't have the plan to get to the plan to get the data that we would need to be able to make that plan effective right because we're doing testing and the promise here has been testing more tests. Everyone who wants a test can get it and let me tell you. My friends who are in the public health world are tearing their hair out saying we don't just need more tests. We need to get actual insights from those tests. We need for example to know among all the people how many tests are positive. What percent of tests are positive but right now? We're only getting the positives secretaries are said. I don't know how many tests are done. We don't know how many tests are being done so when we see an increase in the number of positives is that that infections getting worse or that. We're testing more people. So you've described a very very grim situation. Now you have seen public health issues from a broad range of perspectives. You've seen it as a New York City public health official so that was the local. You've seen it from the federal level at HHS. Now you're seeing it from the private sector. You're almost uniquely qualified. It seems to me to save what we could realistically do now. So let's be as concrete as we positive and productive. What would be your top say three recommendations to our national leadership of what to do. Yeah let me focus on the testing issue for the three recommendations because I do think that's the biggest priority is for us to get some value out of the testing. That's beginning to roll out number one. We need to set up what's called a Ciro survey and this is something that As an epidemic intelligence service officer of the CDC Station in New York City. We had this outbreak of West Nile. Virus that killed a bunch of people and we said but we don't know if it's really deadly two old people or a lot of people get infected and only a small number die so we need to go literally door to door to collect blood from people to test their blood to see if they've been exposed to this virus that was in nineteen ninety nine. We need to do that in new Rochelle now. So that's number one. So that's setup us. Zero study is literally a door to door door to door. You gather data from each individual person who is infected and from those who have not were not visibly infect correct and evaluate that that's right and the takeaway you'll get from that. Is What what you learn from that study. We'll learn of the hundred people infected with the virus. How many ended up going to the -mergency room being hospitalized being ICU and being dead. Because let me tell you. That number is not two point three percent and it's probably not one percent. It's probably smaller the fatality rate. The infection fatality rate is probably much lower. And that's important. Why because what's GonNa save us is herd immunity. At the end of the day we have to use the fact that people are immune from this weather through vaccination or through infection and the good news would be if there are a lot of unnoticed infections of people who are now immune and can dampen the spread of this outbreak. Walk me through this. So we do this. Close Fine Grain Analysis it tells us with much more accuracy than we presently know of the number of people who are exposed to the virus. How many will be hospitalized? And how many will die then. With that information we can make a better prediction. About at what point we can start relying on people who are immune to start getting back into the world. Is that right? And then we need an antibody test to test people had been exposed because they're lots of people out there on your hypothesis who've been exposed and haven't gotten sick and now aren't going to get the virus again assuming that it works like other viruses and not like the common cold where you can keep on getting it. That's right so this would give us the data. Which would then move us in the direction of enabling what? What's the picture of the world where we've got this data and where we have an antibody test and we can say okay you know as been exposed? But he didn't get sick so he can. Now go out there and do what? If I'm a doctor. I can go back to work as a doctor. If I'm running an ordinary shop can I go back and work in my ordinary shop now? Because I'm not going to. In fact anybody exactly the first use of this is honestly to inform our models of the world. If we're going to say that this thing's GonNa go on until thirty percent of the population twenty percent of the population is infected. Well how many ICU beds is that. It's a very different story if every ten people who get infected one of them needs an ICU. Bed versus if it's one hundred versus if it's a thousand so the first thing that informs is the state of the situation we're in right now where we desperately need to know and do not know what the impact of this is going to be on our healthcare resources and facilities in the surge capacity because we don't know the ratio between infected and the cases. This is Super Helpful. So basically number one priority is. You can't plan if you don't know what actually is going to happen in the world and this information is so basic to figuring out what's going to happen that we can't do intelligent planning really without correct and I was talking to a model from university near you. Who was saying. I don't know that the future could go. Y- many many different directions and I said what is the piece of data you need to make your models have smaller variance in terms of the outcomes. And she said what? I need more than anything else is. I need to know the percent infected so okay. Let's do that. The other application of it is what you said which is and some have posited this will maybe we can. Have you know Green Green Bracelets for people who are already immune and they could end up helping? Run the society while the rest of us are are in lockdown. I don't know about that. Use of the antibody testing. But let's start with a epidemiologic uses so that's number one number two is. We need to know within a given city whether we're seeing widespread disease outbreak or not and right now in the absence of any guidance in the absence of data individual governors and mayors and others have made individual decisions. And I'm telling you in some places it was too and I can also tell you in some places it's too early and this is the problem with the germ of truth that the Cynics are having out there of like. Oh this is much ado and we're overreacting well in some cities. Maybe we are but we don't know which end so. We need to have a systematic way of using the tests that we have and using the information already collected to be able to know is this virus spreading is at the point where there sparks. We can stamp out with contact tracing or it's too late to start to stamp out. Sparks the whole house is on fire and he needs to just turn the hose on and slow down and make a little less fast. And how would we find out this information number two? If number one is door to door study number two is just massive testing. I take Actually it's not the number of tests it's how you do tests Okay tell me more about that. How do you do the test? The big problem is that we have two different public health reporting systems in this country. And if you just think about it it kinda makes sense Noah right you go into the doctor's office and they draw your blood and send it to the lab. The lab then gets a positive result and they reported to the public health authorities. Right that is the laboratory arm of public health. Reporting what information does the lab have about? You almost none I take it. No is your blood sample. Yeah they know your name and they know you date of birth and maybe address. Maybe not depending great. They don't know your symptoms your exposures. They don't know if you're hospitalized or going to be hospitalized in which is why the CDC in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly report the flagship publication of the CDC had their first case report of forty two hundred plus cases positive cases in the in the United States. They said we do not know the hospitalization status of half of them route so we didn't even know the age of ten percent of the positive cases so giving more testing done in labcorp inquest and hospital. Labs that end up flooding the public health system with cases that we know nothing about is not helpful. It's not getting more testing out there. Is We want to have tests done. Where the laboratory results are tied to the key clinical and epidemiologic data for us to make sense of it. So that key data is is this person. Part of a known cluster. What is their exposure? Did they travel? Do they know someone did they. Who has three should ask people basically on a form at the same time? They're having their blood drawn. That form should be filled out. It's the simplest form of this right and we also asked them. Oh do you have any symptoms? Winded those symptoms start with those two pieces of data and the person's age and county. I can now construct EPI curve and I can tell you with those pieces of data. Is the outbreak in this city. Getting better or worse. But I need both parts of that data I need the clinical and epidemiologic risk factor data. And I need the lab data. So where can we get both of those pieces of data we have to set up sentinel surveillance sites? Where at the COST OF GETTING THE LAB TEST? You also have to fill out the form so this is where not just blasting the tests out there but actually setting up some plan full places where in an emergency room. Every person who comes in with fever cough is GonNa get tested or in a doctor's Office. We set up doctors offices. We set up sentinel testing sites or at a drive through clinic a`drive-through testing site. We make sure that we collect both pieces of information. That's how this is going to get done and right. Now I have heard roughly. Nobody create an actual funded plan to resource the development of dedicated testing sites. That collect the information at scale sufficient to answer these questions. Y Farzad why is it the case that if something is as straightforward as you're describing it as being the sentinel sites and I take it it's called Sentinel because it gives you an early warning of what's going on or in this case and not so early warning? Why is it the case that no one is proposing that and if I could make the question even a little meaner you know you were National Coordinator for health? It for the Federal Department of Health and Human Services and the Obama Administration. Why was this not part of what your team or the broader? Hhs Community was trying to have a contingency plan for the day. That you you knew perfectly well would someday come where a crisis like. This would break out because we as humans lurch from panicked panic in periods of complacency. That's what we do. We all do that. And there are some more extreme examples of where we let complacency take root. But I don't think anyone is blameless in forgetting you just forget what it feels like to be in this moment like we should make a list of Shit we're GONNA fix during the period of complacency between panicking panic like we should make that list in should now and we should just stick to it for God's sake and get it done what's the barrier though to to simply national edict from CDC that says. Hey everybody in the country whose testing you must simultaneously. Fill out this form which were posting online right now and you must ask the patient about the progress of his or her symptoms. I mean it. Sounds like of all the interventions? We've you know we can imagine that. Sounds like a pretty inexpensive one except for the coordination of the data which recognised would take some work. So so look the. Us system really does delegate public health to stay local officials the CDC's incredibly powerful institution but mostly through guidance yes funding a but expertise and ultimately they need to be the ones who are front and center. Who are speaking with the voice of evidence based Public Health to the American people about what the strategy should be. And let me ask you. When was the last time the CDC was at the podium at the Corona Virus Task Force? It's been some days. It's been many many many days so we have not heard from an shook it but to be fair they. Cdc doesn't have to be after. I mean that has a symbolic meaning. But he doesn't have to be at the podium to issue guidance on this especially if it sees itself as among other things the coordinator of national data I mean we had the head of the. Cdc here an astor you know. Why haven't you done this? What would she be saying? I don't know I don't know and to me one of my proudest career. Experiences was being at. Cdc It's a fantastic institution with thousands of incredible experts. And I just do not understand why they have not been from Senator and leading in the way that they know how to in this experience. I just I'm I'm baffled and I don't have a good answer for you. We'll be back in just a moment. It's a trying time. That challenges all of our basic assumptions. However one thing that brings us all together is our common humanity now more than ever teams must come together and work together to solve big challenges and Trello is here to help trello part Atlassian collaborative sweet as an APP with an easy to understand visual format plus tons of features that make working with your team functional and just plain fun teens of all shapes and sizes and companies like Google fender and even costco all use Trello to collaborate. And get work done with Trello. You can work with your team wherever you are whether it's at home or in an office no matter what device. You're using computer tablet or phone Trello sinks across all of them so you can stay up to date on all the things your team cares about. Keep your workflow going from wherever you are with Trello Trello for free and learn more at Trello DOT com. That's T. R. E. L. L. O. DOT COM TRELLO DOT COM. You've given us one into suggestions super clear what's your third biggest recommendation said the third piece. This is a system that I did play some part in really designing or creating some twenty years ago which has now become commonplace practice in public health. Which is called? Syndrome surveillance and this is saying remember. I talked about how long it takes. And the data problems of getting a lab specimen confirmed with say corona virus. The idea here was well. People go to to live their lives and they register in the Emergency Room. And there's a piece of data collected for that and they go by you medications and the zinc at the pharmacy and goes beep at the counter. And you could gather up all those little bits and drabs of the exhaust of administrative data that governs our lives. And you can actually put it to purpose putting your finger on the pulse of cities health in real time and detect at the time. We were thinking bioterrorism. Now we're thinking krona virus pandemic and it turns out. We spent hundreds of millions of dollars and as part of the health information technology. Transformation that I helped push we required hospitals to report every emergency room visit to these state public health systems in syndromes way you could group them and say does the person come in have a Gi Syndrome or respiratory syndrome or a flu syndrome. And so we have this system. You don't have to build it now. You don't have to recreate it. We've spent a lot of money and resolved all the governance issues and state and local Blah Blah. And we're not using IT and again you're Anna asked me. Why aren't we using it? I don't know I don't know I do not know but the only place that has made that information publicly available is New York City. It's literally the website that we built fifteen years ago still works and you can go on that website. You can google epic Query F. B. Q. E. R. Y. Syndrome surveillance. And you can go there. And you can click on the box that says influenza like illness or respiratory and you can see the percent of all emergency room visits daily up until I think Friday. They have data in there now and you can look at daily rates of emergency room visits in every emergency room in New York City. What percent of them were for respiratory syndrome or flu like syndrome? And would you will see. Is that what has happened in? The past two weeks has never happened in New York City. Before I've been looking at this data for twenty years never ever have. I seen a spike in illness that sharp that steep that fast four thousand six hundred cases of respiratory illness or influenza like illness presented to emergency rooms in New York City last Thursday. A year ago that day was sixteen hundred almost a threefold increase in those visits it is an incredibly powerful tool for seeing what is going on in the community. And is it actually? Don't tell me that we have. How many cases tell me? Is it causing enough illness in the community to make a difference to be seen in the data and we have it in more than just New York City we could look it potentially in every state and for reasons that I do not understand that data is not currently the centerpiece piece of our surveillance and response to this outbreak? What am I not asking you about that? You see over the horizon going back to the national level as a potential problem. That we haven't yet flagged and I'm asking you that not because of your expertise. Only but because you flagged a lot of the problems that we've been seeing earlier than than other people did so when you look now two weeks or three weeks or even a few months down the road. What do you see as the most serious problems that are also not being discussed? I'm really interested in this confluence of politics policy and data around when we go to these extreme measures and when we come out and particularly if we're not able to mobilize suppression effectively enough that we can go back to re claim containment. That's what we have to be able to do to get out of this crisis without twenty thirty forty fifty percent of the population infected. Is WE HAVE TO RECLAIM CONTAINMENT? We have to put out the fire and then really assemble crack teams of public health workers who can go round stanton out sparks much better than we've done before and if we can't do that then we will be continually faced over the next eighteen months until vaccine hopefully hopefully is developed where we're going to be facing economic ruination and trying to decide. Make those hard tradeoffs. Between how much can we ease up? And then see more people dying and then push back down again. And every policymaker is going to be having to make that every elected official is going to be making that decision based on on their own environment. So I hope that we can reclaim containment. I really really do. But if not. I think we're in for eighteen months of what I fear will be somewhat haphazard decision making around when to close win to open winter clothes to reopen back and forth. I before I let you go. I do wonder a lot of people are wondering. Is there any hope here you know? Is it all doom and gloom? What are your thoughts? On that earlier I was much more freaked out when no one was talking about it. I was just freaking freaking me out and now. I'm actually much less freaked now that everyone's talking about it because what I am seeing is even in the absence of a plan even in the absence of a strategy even in the absence of data. I'm seeing massive behavior change in society. Each person each company each school each mayor deciding for themselves each person deciding for themselves that they're going to live life a little bit differently. I'm not seeing very much handshaking right now. I'm not going to any conferences. The airports are deserted. Like this stuff doesn't have to be perfect to work and I think it's working. We don't know if it's working. We won't know probably for several weeks at least under the best of circumstances. But I'm optimistic that it's working because the average number of contacts just has to come down that's all we're trying to do to go from an effective reproductive number of two point five are not down to an effective of less than one. Well what that means. Is that if you had ten contacts a before you WANNA get down a four on average if you can do that will beat this thing right. The number of new infections that each person causes will be less than one in this thing will extinguish on. Its Own. If before on average you went to the gym five days a week and now you go no more than two. If everybody did that this thing would snuff out and I think some people are not doing it. Other people are doing it to a great much greater extent and on average. I really do think all of us acting individually are making a difference so keep doing it America despite all of the stuff I talked about at the bottom line. What matters is can we change our habits and the for me. The bright glimmer of hope here is Japan actually because Japan did not pump out a ton of testing but they did do is the embraced their sense of responsibility to each other. And I think that is in some ways more feasible for us to embrace than you know. Contact tracing tens of thousands of people in New York City everyday. Well if Americans can pull together by staying not together then maybe they can accomplish exactly what. You're what you're talking about. I thank you for helping us not go completely off the rails but simultaneously. Thanks for the clarity and honesty and directness of your analysis. Thank you well there. You have it. Farzad must've Sheri who's whole career has been trying to leverage data for public. Health is very worried that we do not have the kind of data that we need and that it's not entirely clear we can get it without a substantial change in policy that said he does not think that the world is over and it's significant to my mind that somebody who was in his own terms freaking out about this a month ago is now calmer than he was and does believe that our efforts social distancing may be having defects imprecise an imperfect though they are so it's a mixed picture we could be doing a lot better. We could be doing this a lot more rationally. But we're not facing in his view the kind of existential threat that we cannot defeat based on the social distancing techniques that are presently being used until next time be safe take care of yourselves maintained that distance deep background is brought to you by Pushkin Industries our producer Lydia. Jean Cot with research help from Zooey Win Mastering by Jason Gabrielle. And Martine Gonzales. Her showrunner is Sophie mckibben. 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349: John Lewis, founding member of an Award-Winning Pittsburgh Law Firm

The No B******t Marketing Podcast

38:03 min | 7 months ago

349: John Lewis, founding member of an Award-Winning Pittsburgh Law Firm

"Bul shoots it's the no. Bs Marketing Show. I'm Dave massive each founder and CEO of mass solutions. The world's only know bullshit marketing firm. Today I'm excited to have a guest. John Lewis of mets Louis. Brayden Must O'Keefe a law firm in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh and John is someone who works a lot with businesses on how to improve their situations across the board and we're going dig deeply into that John. Welcome to the show. Thanks a lot. Dave happy to be here. I tell every guest when we're in the Green Room. We don't have a green room folks but I like to say that when we're in the Green Room I say the first question's always the stumper and I say it sarcastically. Because it's a great question to get people talking and that is tell us about your career path. Your journey well really my career path. I've only had three jobs since I got out of law school thirty eight years ago I started I at a public accounting firm as a tax lawyer and That was incredible training. I did that for a couple of years That public accounting firm was called Arthur Andersen. It's not around anymore. Be A lot of people. Know that It went out of business because of the Enron crisis but When I left there was in good shape and starting out there is a big deal because at the time. That's a big brand name. That was a big brand name and that was an incredible training ground. You hear people that are of my generation that worked at large companies like IBM and they will talk about the IBM way. Arthur Andersen had had away and it was a great training ground from a standpoint of how to conduct yourself professionally Work Ethic They were incredible at training people Not only technically but also in terms of How to conduct business so it was a tremendous place to start. It was like a boot camp homos and tax tax law. Tell me about that. It sounds boring to me but correct me if I'm wrong. It is boring. So basically I I had an accounting degree of out of undergraduate school. I've is recruited by a lot of Law firms when I was in law school to go into tax because of my accounting degree and I gave that a shot and even into my second job after Arthur Andersen. I continued to do tax work eventually. I'm I That was I still know a lot about tax. I don't hold myself out to be a tax lawyer but it was a great experience in terms of the road to being a business lawyer when you chose to have an accounting degree prior to law school and what made you choose accounting so My mom wanted me to be a doctor I went in started. As a Pre. Med student did not know how to study and within the end of the first year. The head of the Pre Med program pulled me aside and let me know that I needed to pick a different major outside of her program. So the school that I went to one hundred percent graduation rate or one hundred percent medical school acceptance rate and. It was very clear to her that I was gonNA screw up that that perfect record so I had a couple of friends at the time Who I played basketball with and they were like hey come back be an accounting major. So took some summer school classes and intro and accounting. I caught up and finished as an accounting major. It ended up being the right thing for me. So then you go to Arthur which is landing as I said a great position right Coming out of school you do tax law and you said that's been valuable to you. I I agree with you on the structure. Anyone I've met that's worked for any of the big accounting firms management consulting firms where it's Deloitte Arthur. Any of those. They come away with a understanding of organizational structure and they're organized unprofessionalism stands out. Cross the board. Yeah sure so. Then you leave there you go to so I. I went to a law firm Here in the city that still Very well known law firm dickey mckanie Dickie McKay me is primarily a litigation firmer. It was at the time I joined it. And that's really Their core practice area But they had a small group at the time that were starting a business corporate practice and I worked I've I've is really the first higher Associate Higher into that firm. So it was again. Another blessing Arthur Andersen being a blessing in terms of getting a boot camp of professionalism and then a second blessing dickey mckanie getting an opportunity to basically be one of the first business. Lawyers there I it was a blessing curse the curse was. They didn't have a reputation in that area. The blessing was every single opportunity that came in landed on my desk. How long were you dickey McCain? I was there for Thirteen. Years and at dicky McKay Amy It was it was really interesting. I I think the world that firm by the way I still have a lot of good friends there so if anybody there is listening I have nothing but positive to say about the culture there When I got there by the time I was thirty. Four Years Old. I was chairman of the core practice group and It was too much responsibility for me at a young age and What really eventually happened was that I they started realizing that they I had elevated to sin So I was very successful. There I moved up the pay scale. There quickly became a partner there quickly. I was head of significant role in the firm but it was almost too much too fast and So In my thirties. I spent a lot of time there. trying to run a practice group. Eventually they came to me and said Hey. We've got a senior lawyer that we would like to bring in and that senior lawyer is my law partner Leroy Mats and they brought Lee Royan in and at the time I resented him because it was they were kind of saying I The joke always was the risk this hallway that everyone called boardwalk because it was the nicest offices so they demoted me And but they moved me up to boardwalk because they they still valued me as as as a partner and they saw ultimately my career was going to be successful. But when I first got told that you know Leroy was coming in I didn't know the guy he got hired without my knowledge and He's been my law partner now for twenty two years but at the time I didn't have a The didn't want to give him the time of Day. So he comes in and at that point he already has maybe fifteen years experience much more Well he's he. He's got about ten more years experience so he he wasn't. He wasn't an old guy he was he was you know he was still in the pre and he well still is in the prime of his career but but he was just a little bit more senior than so. Let's talk about this for a minute because this show is about leadership and communication and of course no BS versions of leadership and communication. So that's a natural reaction to be this young gun who comes in as doing all this stuff in and you rose quickly and you knew that you probably had rose law too quickly but yet you still have pride and you know that you have an ego like all of us and you know you were still producing things. It's natural to feel that way towards him. So what did he do to help overcome that since? Obviously it worked out like you tour tight. So it didn't he didn't do anything. Nothing happened between us when we were dickey okay. What happened was Leroy got to Dickie? It did not meet his expectations in terms of what he wanted for his career and then Leroy kind of led a group to start. What is the mets Lewis? Firm today and I was still on the fence because I really had no relationship with Leroy at that point in time. I have relationships with the the litigators dickey who I had become close friends with over thirteen years and so at that point in time I had two options which was Leroy was leading a group that was leaving And I could go join that group. That was really more of a business group and ended also had some litigators. As well or alternatively I could listen to the people at dickey's who wanted me to stay step back in his chairman of the corporate group and basically than rebuild a corporate group And at that point in time it was a very difficult decision for me. I had little kids You know we had a new house mortgage Wasn't really sure what to do. A pro probably agonized over it for about ten days of going back and forth and then eventually I made the decision to go. Join Leroy The the my relationship with him now. Twenty two years later is based upon twenty two years of jointly. Not Not just he and I but a lot of other valuable founder founding partners that join us in the beginning. How many finding partners were at the beginning? I think in the beginning there were. I think there were sixteen lawyers that left dickey to start our firm and how many are still admits Lewis. Well I think that there's about five or six left I'd say six and what's what's really interesting is. We did this in Nine I guess it was. I can't remember exactly what nine hundred ninety eight. It was March of Nineteen Ninety. Eight and what happened was is sixteen lawyers left within a year and a half. We were two and a half million dollars in debt. Are Bank told us that they that we needed to repay the debt or Or find another bank and we had lost half of our lawyers so we had these big offices. We had the entire twenty second floor standards. Eleven stanwick St and They were half empty and it was Probably Scarier A year and a half in than it was when we first started because at that point in time we had a very serious chance that we were going to just financially fail it was tough and I think the closeness of the relationship now with some of these founding partners is based upon the fact that we all kind of locked arms and and built our firm out of Something that was a very precarious situation. The five names that are there. No mets Lewis Problem Musyoki for all five of them part of that. John Joins right after he he took a flyer and he joined us right after we started But but Chris Brodmann. Brian Must Leroy. Matt's me Barry Friedman Are are some of the First founders and then One of my partners Dave. It's also joined US along with John. John O'Keefe in the very early years. And so did Larry. Blair Larry Blair joined us just a few years end as well. So some of these people have been working with for more than twenty years now. so you're it scarier year and a half in you lost half of your lawyers and you have this debt. Yep How do you guys fix it without getting into too much of the Arcane Detail? We were very careful about spending money. We were very careful about trying to Provide excellent service and differentiate ourselves in ways that that made us attract clients and I think it was a combination of expertise just raw willpower and And of optimism Every all of my partners now that I am Somebody who can turn into a pessimist fast. I often see some of the negative side of things Leroy Matt's is the consummate optimist You know always has a can do attitude and some of my other partners Chris Brodmann as well has a can do attitude and so the bottom line is we just we just Hunkered down worked hard. Tried to make the right hires Worked hard to get clients and then focused on what is really what drives us today. Which is excellence and Client Service? While that's all going on and you are sometimes on the negative side How did that work with Give me some examples of how maybe Chris and Leroy. They take what you're saying because I found that I can jump to that negative to they take what you're saying because jumping that negative isn't always bad because you're pointing out things that could happen. You have plans for them but you have to also try to remain positive water. Some of the techniques they use even today and then when they know. You're going down a negative turn oh the Texan is so no. Actually I manipulate them to this day. So what happens is Chris? is Chris I hope you're listening to this aisle. He'll be if if Chris If if we want to get something done my best way of getting a a a decision made is to take the opposite approach and say we absolutely Need to do go left if I WANNA go right because Chris is. General is naturally Somebody who wants to debate issues discussed them and so if you go left Chris will go right and then eventually I just I agree with him that he's convinced me That his method is the right way to go. So that's that's that's a little bit of a tongue-in-cheek. I've not been managing Chris Bravo and the right way full disclosure. Chris is in my vestige group. Okay so that's interesting and by the way that was over that that was an exaggeration of our leadership group. We know each other. So well We we've balance each other extremely well. We trust each other so it's very comfortable for for us to disagree because know that the disagreement isn't about lack of respect. The disagreement is about a a need to consider Various views before you arrive at the consensus as to what the right decision is so you guys have that scary time which I think right now is going to be a scary time. We're we're recording on the seventeenth of March and we're at the beginning of what's going to get worse and I know that's a scary time from solutions and and and most of my clients as well so you read any scary time with two point. Five million. How long did it take you guys to get to where there was some solid ground? Was it about a year? Oh No it took about five six seven hours and so by that point in time. We're around two thousand eight and the recession hits and so an were a business transaction firm so it then took us until about two thousand ten maybe twelve years into are now twenty two year run. Maybe two thousand nine. Maybe halfway into our we were doing well. We we never missed a rent check. We never missed a payroll of. Let me make something clear. We we've we`ve. We've never been late on a bill. Who are very financially careful. But the real growth did occur Beginning with the two thousand post two thousand eight expansion And with what we do representing middle market businesses privately owned businesses and handling business transactional work and also business litigation As businesses started succeeding in two thousand nine. And we've had kinda now up until last week last couple of weeks an eleven year run of an expansion of our economy that we've really ridden a great way though over those last eleven years one of the things. I WANNA ask. You is about how you have built your brand and reputation because prior to meeting you. I had heard your name in a three year period. Probably heard your name thirty times. She were kind of like this weird celebrity. I was walking through Market Square the one day and a mutual friend of ours calls me over and he has this John Lewis and I remember actually when John Lewis and NFL. Like a Dork. Because it's like a rock star but I'd heard your name so many times that and I never i. I don't know why I never did. I never googled. You never looked at you on on line or anything so I didn't even know what you look like. But I had heard her name lots. And I'm sort of your target because I'm a small medium mid market business right and I work with a ton of people that you work with. And so it's coincidentally some of my clients for your clients. You did a really good job of building. Your personal brand name over that ten year period probably talked about that because you do have traction this. Pittsburgh market where people know your name. They also Chris named really well for for the the size of your firm. Yeah so so. I got two answers to that. First of all I have never consciously built my brand so I I haven't retained professionals to do it We haven't am Chris. Neither of US have made a conscious effort to build our brand. I think that the real building of of our brand is a combination of Having the correct culture as a as a business that and that culture flows through every employee and gets re communicated on a regular basis and by the way when people join our firm they say. Wow this place is different than every other law firm. I've worked we. We definitely have a non law firm culture So so first of all. My brand is a function to the extent. I have one you might have overstated it a little bit but to the extent that I have a brand. It's a function of just Having my name on the door at a law firm that has the right people the right culture and and it's it's probably something that I deserve. Ten percent credit four and ninety percent being in the right place. Oh I appreciate that the humble aspect and what I was going to say is I agree that I I would say. Your brand is strong with your network. I didn't know much about mets Lewis. Brahmin and that's not the brand of Tom. I'm not talking about a Pepsi brand but what. I think you guys have done at your whole firm but particularly you and Chris just because of. I think you're strong networks. Is You have people that mentioned you. When they're telling their story and I guess that's the way I would describe it. I would have be talking to a company. Let's say they're thirty eight million dollars a year in total topline revenue company hundred fifty employees. Whatever making this all up and I be talking about their marketing their messaging and they would then mentioned what John Lewis helped us with this and and John was helped us. Get over this point. So that's where I think you have people talking about. You may be more than than his is a little normal like well. We're bringing you up when they don't have to and that's just that's just hard work client service and and and Making a lot of lawyers think that because they went to law school that the most important thing is to prove people how smart you are. And that's what gets business owners Alienated WITH LAWYERS BECAUSE TOO. Many lawyers are so focused on Showing people their intelligence. They lose track of what they really should be doing. Which is putting themselves on the client's seat and saying what's this client's problem The the client doesn't want to be educated about the law. I mean a little bit. They do but they really want A lawyer to say I'm your myself in your seat. If I were making this business decision if I were you I would make this decision. Here's why here and then basically helping the client make tough business decisions that have legal implications and that's how we differentiate ourselves and that's that's what goes through our entire firm and I think that that's then people appreciate that and then they bring our names up so that that's probably what it is so talk to me about what it is you particular because I know the firm now. I do a lot more about the firm from getting. No you and Chris has all these attorneys. And all these specialties. But what do you do for you personally? Do for your clients That's a really hard question I try to be genuine. I I I I remember. I commit to memory a lot of information about my clients business so You know eventually this brain gets filled up. Were start stops functioning. Hopefully that's way off in the future but you know I know my clients businesses. I know it's important to them. I know what they worry about. I know with their business risks. Are I know who their biggest customers are? So so I- I commit a lot to memory about their business. I make it my business to learn their business and not just be their lawyer so if something is happening that That they come to me. They don't have to start all over explaining things. I'm I I will basically no Oh Yeah you're you're largest customers Walmart and you know we've got this issue with Won't Walmart's supply chain is so that I already know that they might have an issue with The their largest customer being able to purchase products or something of that nature so I tried to commit to memory. I and I also know the clients personal situations. You've told me and so says Chris that a lot of your clients are in the mid market and I know that when I talked to an accounting firm and I talked to other types of firms and asked that question a lot of people to find that their own way slightly different. So what is the mid market to you So we're in Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh definition of middle market is different than a Wall Street definition of middle market so basically I've got some clients that that I really appreciate working for. That are five million. Six million of revenues fifteen employees or something of that nature. They still have business legal issues. I still need good advice and I like working with those businesses. A lot of people would call this small businesses. You know the Middle Market are of of twenty million. Thirty million fifty million up to a hundred and fifty million of revenues is really the the Pittsburgh definition of middle market and we have a lot of core clients in that in that size range Sam out. We have a lot of clients outside of Pittsburgh as well. I know you've taught would let let's talk about that from it because being in the heart of Pittsburgh with your office here downtown and Pittsburgh in your biggest mortgage talk about the markets beyond Pittsburgh. Will you know it's it's really weird because The best example examples are telling you. The story might be a better way to to do this where I'm working on two projects right now. For a five billion dollar private equity fund that is based in the northeast at a major city and They hired us in November I'm handling a fifty million dollar acquisition enough sixty three million dollar acquisition for them right now and they hired us because they were using a two thousand law firm and And still use this very very large law firm for their big big deals. They needed to find a firm that can handle emanate work complex tax work And handle what They considered to be small deals. Fifty million dollar deals and they basically called us up and said we got your name from three different people. We've never heard of you. Who in the heck are you guys? within twenty four hours. I had references to them. Well the same day I had referenced. I I said just call these co any one of these twenty people and ask about us the next day they hired us for the first deal and so we closed their first deal on January. Second we have two more deals for them going on. I've never even met the client yet. Never never even met him in person But this is a We're doing I mean this is a type of client that we are tending to get because of our reputation when you mention Buying and selling businesses handling the mergers and acquisitions talk about that. Because I think that many of our listeners are entrepreneurs CEO's presents founders talk about that so when you when you come and talk about both sides how sometimes maybe you guys run into someone who hasn't thought of selling their business or another instance. You're working for the P. firm talk about both sides of that emanate. Yes so I I like both I like both. I like representing sellers and buyers Representing a seller is is. I used to think there was easier to handle the sale side of a transaction than it is was to handle the buy side of the transaction and over the years really flipped for me handling the sales side of the tr- of a bit of an owner's business is an exercise in not only doing the correct legal work but understanding the relationship that they have with all their other advisers also understanding the emotions that a business owner goes through in terms of selling their business. It's a really. It's it's a really tough exercise in in hand holding and because business sales will are are kind of like riding a roller coaster. There are some days that everything looks great than the other than the next day. You know. You're you're doing the plunge on the Phantom's revenge because of something bad has happened an and dealing with a sale of a business is really interesting on the buy side. I I find it fascinating And what's rewarding for me is a client will call us up and saying. I say I'm buying this business and as we start looking at it and say Seeing it in due diligence every every week of the year I am astonished. How people in the United States have developed businesses and make money and earn money there. There's so many which is which is handled the acquisition of business where somebody installs and maintains gaslines underneath bridges and. I didn't even know that there were natural gas lines underneath bridges and here we are Pittsburgh. The city of bridges did any of us ever think like how does natural gas make it from one side of the Mon to the other well? There are gas lines under bridges and so And there's a business in Charlotte North Carolina. That has nothing but but that and there is a very profitable company. Tomase isn't I ev. Every all the time I learned about how people make money employ people CR- keep our economy going and Frankly as a lawyer I just I. I'm envious I. I wish I was that I wish I had the skills that a lot of these business owners half As lawyers were just service providers that provides a fairly narrow narrow disciplined to them talk about potential sellers. I work a lot with companies that are in that middle market size and they might be a fifty million dollar a year company or twenty million dollars a year company. And I'm also impressed with how these companies make money and how creative they can be to to get through the ups and downs of running a business. Talk about how that works have you. Have you ever approached someone and candice talked to them and said have you? Where are you with your situation? And they came back and said well. I have a couple of kids but they don't seem interested. I thought we're GONNA take what happens at that point too. You do help someone to coach someone along. Yeah to some degrees. I mean we're not typically approaching business owners we are typically referred in okay So you know. We're we're fortunate right now. That That that the business does come to us. I mean we. We do a lot of branding and we as you know very well We do a lot of messaging to make sure that our message stay strong. But in terms of those business owners it is I draw upon thousands and thousands of experiences that I've had over the course of my career to try to figure out what what the client needs. What is most important to them? And how to work with a particular client because every set of circumstances has different Some people have businesses that they have children involved in but they deep down know that they probably should sell it and not leave it to the next generation to run it and that's one conversation and that's that's an approach that you just can't meet them in the first ten minutes and smack in the face because you have to Allow them to kind of go through the therapy session of arriving at that conclusion on their own by asking them some of the right questions and then once they answer some of those questions. It's the answers to well. I need to sell now. Because it's it's better off for my family that that I sell that I sell my business now. Rather than to put child a and child be Pitting them against each other after. I'm gone so we we had a We've recently handled the purchase of a business by a young man who Came to realize that he could not work extremely well with his father-in-law and he was set up to take over the business and he made the decision to that. He didn't want He didn't want at Thanksgiving dinner for to be staring across the table at somebody that he had a stressful work relationship with so he. He went into his father-in-law. And Said I. I think you should keep running this company and I should go out and try to find a small business for it to to purchase and go run myself and Things like that are Can Keep Families Together So that's making an impact way beyond the bottom line. Sometimes yeah well. We kind of talked a little bit about when you had that situation when you rose really fast and that might have qualified for this but one of the questions that I ask is often say. When were you the BS Sir when maybe you were the difficult boss? Difficult partner weren't communicating as well as you could've or maybe your leadership wasn't where it needed to be. What did you do that? Might help our audience so when were you the BS? Or how'd you fix it? I've never been bs or so. That was kind of no I I. I don't really know how to answer that question. I mean I try to be as transparent as possible. I am I think I I know when I'M I. I'm the bi Sir with my own Leadership team at the firm. When I want something and I think that I'm right and they're wrong. I will tend to Paint the picture as to why we should be doing something in a way that tries to Get them to agree with me. Unfortunately because they've known me for so long they know what I'm doing at this point in time but yeah I think we all have a little bit of of that. We tend to skew our stories to match the result. We want At least as a lawyer you learn to be objective you learn to be fact based nod opinion based or emotion based so I think if you would ask a lot of lawyers like when are you the be esser though the one blessing a law school is law. School Is is a three year indoctrination. In what are the facts? Not What are your opinions? But what are the facts? Get to the truth. Get to the facts and it teaches you to think logically so. I don't think that I have a a strong record of BNB s her mostly because of the business. That I'm in one of the things I know. We both use predictive index. And I know your P. I. Profile because it's similar to mine so I think where you might have some times where you're Challenging to others is. You're strong idea person. And so you're pretty confident in your ideas and so. I I know that I I run that risk as well and so what? I've always had to work on. I'm sure you have as well as you want to. Make sure you're not looking like you're plowing through with your passion. Yeah I'm an impatient person to I am and so I tend to believe in my ideas and want to get to them as fast as possible and so We when I HAVE TO CHECK MYSELF. It's to to let others express their opinions talk things out And and when I do Control I natural tendencies and sit back and let other people Put ideas out there. I often realized that I need to do that more often. It's a it's all part of personal growth and professional growth. We've had a great conversation with John. Lewis I WANNA make sure that I cover everything. So is there any type of tip or toll off and ask the guest? Is there something you use on a regular basis? Is there a way you organize your day? Is your favorite APP. Is there a M- a model by just any tip or tool that you think could help our audience that That you knew you can think of that and describe how it's helped you so I you know I don't use a lot of tools I mean the one tool that I use a lot is exercise And so I think it's really important if you're in a high stress environment if you're in a if you're in a white collar setting that wall I could use to stand lose some weight. I have been very fanatical about my exercise and getting regularly over the course of I as long as I can remember. My Body is as strong as it used to be. I can't run a marathon anymore. I can't write one hundred miles on a bike in a day like I used to a long time ago. And even when I do a yoga class I usually wake up the next morning with more pain than Then then I can believe but exercise I think is a good way to calm the mind. de-stress yourself. And the the only other tool that I use this is really This is really a basic but I typically. When I'm driving into work I try to create a a number one number two number three of things that I need that I have to get accomplished that day That are critical issues. And so the way that I get work done and stay in contact with clients because once you hit the office You can get distracted fifty different times fifty maybe a hundred and fifty times in a day And so I typically say to myself. Make sure that when you've gone home complete items one two and three which are my high priority. These of the things that are the most important and then if something else comes up it's it typically is going to have to be number four. That's a great approach. John Is there anything else you'd like to add or is there a question you ask that? I didn't know I mean I appreciate you having me. this is really been fun. Great and thank you to our loyal nobis irs for listening to John. Lewis of mets Lewis. Problem Must Akif in our episode here recorded in our studios in beautiful downtown Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Remember ask yourself. What's the big idea and build your story around the answer? It's all about boats solutions no BS.

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425: Climbing Up the Walls

Grumpy Old Geeks

1:04:17 hr | 7 months ago

425: Climbing Up the Walls

"Grumpy old geeks a weekly talk show hosted by Brian Shulami Stern Jason Phillip. Discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the Internet. And WHO's to blame? Welcome to grumpy all GEEKS. Jason Filipo and I'm Brian Shaw Monster Brian. I have to start the show off with an apology to the world I'm sorry for killing DP. You're the person that has caused the can only buy one pack ban I see Brian. I know we do have a great deal of power on the show and I may have mentioned teepee on this show that people should go and buy it. You know. Now it's gone. It's gone from the world kind of like David Bowie. Sadly so I have gotten a lot of shit for quote UNQUOTE HOARDING DP. But I would like to point out to everyone I bought my teepee responsibly. Before it was all gone slowly one pack at a time when the world was normal. I can attest to that. I I've been Jason Studio Pre rotavirus Even before we brought crossovers upon the world by talking about it before anybody else And he always had a bunch of DP stacked in the corner. So Yep so you know. We live in earthquake country man. We live in earthquake country and and remember the the first rule of prepping to over prep not under prep. Because sometimes your neighbors might need to borrow a role or You know just something so it's good to always have extra because you wanna be good to the community when things like this happen right. Yeah and I just can't believe everybody here in L. A. We're living earthquake country wisn everybody stocked up already. Come on people. Well you know it always depends on timing at least for some people people like me because what I would normally do is like once a month. I would stop at the Tar Jay. That's down by my mom's house when visiting my mom. And that's when we do our big stock up now. Luckily for us that timed out perfectly We bought our normal amount of toilet paper. Which would typically lasts for a month and we have that still so. We're good there. You go there you go. Yeah so my kid has had a cold for an abnormal longtime for him. Now which is like well over a week He usually clears out pretty quickly. But according to a lot of the reports That we've seen From China and Italy and people ahead of us on the curve That tends to be how corona virus exhibits and young kids. So great yeah. That's that's a lot of fun around the House recently And the night started to get kind of vaguely flu like symptoms about two days ago so I was As the practice goes shitting bricks. Except you don't WanNa do that because you know toilet. Paper shortage was long as they're good heartbreaks than to one pile do suit So I was a little worried for a couple of days but I basically just have a cold not that I could get a test because you know I'm not an NBA player or Harvey Weinstein. Well I didn't see this over at tech crunch. The launches a Corona Virus self-checkout called Clara for people in the US okay and this is With Microsoft they got together and built this little thing. It's based on a Microsoft as you healthcare Bob Service so it's basically a decision tree. Yep that's that's what I thought. Yeah so there'll be a link to the show For that It's called testing for Kobe. Nineteen is on the site so you know. It's legit random You can go basically just click the self check in. It'll pop up a little window and ask you a bunch of questions and you can go from there. I think that's great. I think it's extremely useful because even though this news is everywhere people seem to be somewhat confused about what symptoms are Devean and rightly so. Because there's a lot of different reports coming out. It's a very much an eggs. Good eggs are bad situation so to have an official version of this out there that you can just kind of click through step by step and soothe yourself. Because you probably don't have it yet in the thing about it is Because yeah it's it's it's great for people who are like hypochondriacs. Who every day going to do. I got the Rona. Do I got the Rony yet right now? I feel we're all hypochondriacs together. That's true that's true because Yeah the other thing is it's like you know everybody's under so much stress your immune system goes down and you can get a cold and feel vaguely crappy like you do right now and. I actually did earlier this week to my mother fucker brought it to my house. It does not seem to be the case. Jason I did not in fact you. Yeah that's good. That is very very good and I found this over at USA. Today it was an opinion piece called. We need an immediate five week national lockdown to defeat Conan Corona. I say it today keep saying Kona virus because maybe I just WanNa Conan beer to defeat corona virus in America and this is by near Bar. Yam an MIT trained physicist and complexity scientist. Who Studies Pandemics? So it's a good read and When people say hey. Why are we doing this point to this article? That'll you know if we follow this we would be done. It would be over. Let me well. I don't WanNa get all doom and gloom because I've gone down that rabbit will have it this week but at least until it comes back in November Yep exactly exactly but maybe we'll have heard immunity by then or navy we'll see and there is a page for the if you live in the La County area there's a page on public health that La County Dot Gov that linked to the show notes as well that you can look up every morning and see how many infections are in your neighborhood. Currently I have seven in my neighborhood. I was at three a couple days ago. I'm not sure what sat anymore. Honestly I don't care because I'm not leaving my house of contact with any of these people so it's fine. Yeah you're twelve now okay. That's that's actually not too bad. We've only had seven deaths here in La County rides at five hundred thirty six cases. And I mean it's the case. Numbers are GONNA go up because testing is starting to roll out for people. That aren't Uber Rich. Although my favorite team of all time I have to say is currently in the United States. The best way to find out if you have corona viruses to go cough and a rich person's face and we did our big working from home a segment in the last show. We've received a ton of positive feedback and thanks for it. So thank you for all of the feedback. Glad that it was helpful and that you guys all appreciated it But I did find a follow up article that said And we were a little bit hedging our bets because this is extraordinary circumstances but The blows everything out of the water because basically this is Working from home can can make people more productive just not during a pandemic articles basically like yeah working from home actually can be a very good way to work. Follow certain structures and you keep everything scheduled and all that sort of stuff but In the middle of a when you're worried and level world is falling apart. It doesn't mean Shit. I don't know man. I've gotten a lot done this last week. I mean a lot done but then again also this is my wheelhouse. Today is Tuesday. This is just like Tuesday last week. Wilson Yeah I think that's kind of the point of the well first off the articles saying you know you don't have a choice you're being forced into it and people just psychologically don't like that People aren't used to it and they find it lonely and isolating and they don't have the structures in place that you and I were talking about But for you it is kind of business as usual for me. It's a whole different ballgame because I'm not just stuck at home by myself working. That would be fine. I would be okay with that. I also have a wife trying to work from home and I have a three year old. That doesn't have any school to go to is currently screaming for me and banging on the door. This is a completely different ball game. You know what I mean exactly. Yes in my roommate night when this is another tip when you can definitely practice social distancing from the people you live with if you have the space because the murder rate is going to go up soon. I guarantee that we we've started to bake that in. We made the mistake of not doing that the first week. So my son has learned the phrase daddy and Mommy need alone time. Here's some robitussin heaven. Now and I'm going to put some links to in the show notes here because South Maranda friend of the show has been doing some really cool videos on how to juice up your live streaming setup from home because a lot of people wanna do live streaming from home because I got nothing else to do so. He's giving some really good tips on how to use the stuff that you have and get some free software to do it and walk you through how to get it. Set up there really good video. He's doing a whole series on them. So that's you know a lot of people that are actually professionals at this sort of thing could probably use a hand and some help right now. Because I've been listening to some of Some of our my regular podcasts. And they've all got moved to. They were recording in studios had excellent sound quality etc. And now they've all moved to well. We're just GONNA do it from our homes and all that sort of stuff and a lot of people do not have this figured out the pros. Sound horrible yeah. That's the thing it's like I they should. I should probably do a series on that. Just for basic audio setup because Cephas mainly video. So and I also want to talk about the independent Podcast Virtual Conference Two Thousand Twenty which on March twenty eighth. Which is on Saturday? I will usually not attending. I will virtually speaking at that conference. So good if you're interested in that I think I'm going on a twelve thirty Pacific Standard Time. I've got a link to the show notes where you can sign up for it It's all free. You can just come and hang out. I believe it's three. If it's not for me GonNa be free it's It's basically going to be on facebook video so if you don't have a facebook account glad I kept mine. I guess but Yeah we're going to. I don't know who I'm talking with yet but I'm going to have a panel with somebody. They're still trying to put that together. 'cause I'm not doing a full talk but Yeah I'm getting requests for more things like this to do it from home so I'm going to be working on my you know virtual streaming setup this week as well so right. Maybe I'll maybe get it setup. I'll do tips on audio for people to go. Check that out in the news since my roommate doesn't really have a job right now because they shut down the real estate market here in Los Angeles. He's been going out and finding stories for me. She found this one for me this morning. Because it's just happened. New CORONA VIRUS STIMULUS BILL IN CONGRESS CREATES US digital dollar boy. Here we go hearing out. It was all. It was only a matter of time at some point the feds and the government. We're GONNA come up with their own crypto currency to Basically Cock blockchain. All these other. Ed- doing it and by the way just turned that one. That's Mine Cock blockchain. That's mine so not rising You know I I. I've read through this a little bit as you said it just came out this morning. It is backed by the bank. It is a real currency in theory as real Eddie currency can be that exists in nobody nowhere except somebody's mind so Yeah okay now. Here's here's where I have little issue. This is being pulled directly out of. Somebody's asked because I believe that. There's any technology behind this the been working on that they have. They've haven't told anybody about it so well. Maybe this is a trump google situation. Baby you know. Google has been building this thing for any. They're about to roll it out. I'm sure somebody's about to say hey. We're GONNA use Microsoft's System to do this in Microsoft is GonNa go What yes as A. It'll be interesting. Yeah it'll be I mean look I. It's bound to happen eventually And now probably not the best time to try to roll something like this out but To to put. I don't think that the intent is to have it in place immediately Maybe they think that's what's going to happen. It's to build in the idea so we can prepare for it and hopefully do it correctly And take our time with it but for now instead of getting US digital dollars how about you just get the normal people real euros some real dollars because they need it right now. That's the whole thing about. This is what they're trying to do. They're trying to do this. And give everybody the digital dollars that they can spend instead of sending out those thousand dollar checks that mysteriously everybody stopped talking about in the news if you notice that This that's what they're trying to do with this. This is going to be part of the stimulus package that gets people money to keep them going. So we're going to give them a brand new technology that half the country probably can't even figure out there like what's digital dollar. Well it's what's digital wallet. I don't know and They're also going to have the. Us Postal Service work with you. Know the unbagged or those without any proper. Id to get them online and get their digital dollars. So it's going to be. I think healthcare dot Gov two point. Oh my God that's my. I don't see this rolling out in time to have it be meaningful during crisis but again like I said I don't mind the I. This is how all government ideas start. pilotless guy and then it doesn't happen right away and then we can slowly work our way towards it which I'm okay with. Yeah we'll see we'll see well if you do get those digital dollars and you wanted to use them on Amazon to get something Your Your S. L. I started as as with most trends these days. I started to notice this on facebook. All of a sudden I started to see friends of mine. Posting W T F. I'm just trying to get some banana clips to do this or that in my house and now I'm not getting my delivery. Date is not Today or tomorrow it's April twenty first which is nearly a month away and up. Yes so that is An unintended consequence of the prioritizing the most demand essential items in the warehouse so the ECOMMERCE giant is struggling to keep up with customer demand during the pandemic I mean tons and tons and tons of people are ordering things. I I know that you know we went on. I wouldn't call it a panic spree by on Amazon but basically was for kids toys and activity kits because as soon as we realized. Oh no this is not going to be two weeks. This is going to be two months if not longer We bought a lot of stuff on Amazon. And it was right before The prime stuff kind of stopped because we got them within two days which is thank God. We have these things now But yeah if this isn't some of the priority items You're not getting them for a while. Now might thought an impulse is most people will get their stuff before April twenty first Amazon is just throwing that out there to You know basically airing on the side of caution. They're not going to say you're GonNa get these things right away they're gonNA tell you they're doing the Scotty maneuver you remember from Star Trek. Always tell them it's GonNa take eight hours and then so what he do it in two. You look like a hero. That is my theory about what Amazon prime is doing right now regardless you believe since Amazon prime is basically useless now except for the video parts. I think some sort of renumeration for our Amazon prime freeze. Maybe not right now. But after this is over is warranted. Oh absolutely we are not getting the service that we paid for. No we're not no. We are not although I do hope that they prioritize dog food as an essential item because they were out of it at my local still have sixty pounds left but you know with the dogs. I have that it's need a little more. So I set up a recurring delivering. They said it would be here. April first our pet stores still open or were. They considered essential services. Held it absolutely essential services new. We'd stores are considered essential services. One would think pet stores would be at least in California. We've stores and show I answered. Bev Mo is still open which is essential. Yeah the The problem is you can't change the dog's food like in one day. Otherwise you have serious issue same for children. We just starting to realize the disappointments of not being able to get his preferred favorite snacks in these. Getting whatever we can get Yes but that doesn't that that comes with a Tantrum that does not come with explosive diarrhea. I might take the explosive diarrhea. Well you can plop them down in front of the TV. Because Amazon is making dozens of kids chose including Arthur completely free. Well because I pay for Amazon prime this means nothing to me because I got these shows through Amazon prime anyway. They are not unlocking things that you didn't get with Amazon prime. Which would be nice because there are a lot of shows that you'll only get the first two seasons with on Amazon prime. And then they want you to pay Gotcha okay. I thought they were opening up more stuff for or just prime shows already that they are now opening up. If you do not have prime okay okay. At least that's my understanding of it and I looked at the page That they moved them for it. So I mean I didn't take an in depth look but it seemed to me that was like oh well I already have all that stuff Okay well sorry about that. It's good for people that don't have prime and you should check it out because there's quite a lot of good stuff in there so it's just a you know. I wish they would offer more stuff. Yeah Yeah especially to make up for the fact that they're not delivering our stuff but they'll probably end if they do that they're probably going to have to knock down the bandwith just like Disney plus and facebook have done so they are reducing their streaming quality in Europe as well right as the aforementioned net flicks before that so that's going down and I've got a wired story here about why kids are with kids stuck at home authors bring stories to instagram. I have not read it so it will be in the show notes. If you have kids go read it. I did mention that in our segment last week And if if it's story time it's I hadn't used it until a couple days ago but this is Celebrities and authors Reading Children's books and is wonderful. It is a treasure so I'm so glad that that exists Betty white reading a children's book by far one of my favorite things I've ever seen. That's cool that's very cool. Yeah and so. Many talented people are stuck at home and just giving away stuff for free. Did you see Sir Patrick Stewart reading a sonnet today from Shakespeare on Instagram? Yes yes that was amazing. It was very fun very fun in Andrew Lloyd. Webber is doing songs of the day. It's pretty it's pretty interesting to see all the the really cool talented people that you never get access to really do fun stuff. Very cool And I found this little article just a bit of news. That doesn't have anything to do. With the corona virus right now but Samantha Moseley a seventeen year old presented at Hacker Convention. Sh- Mu con about she at an have her friends were trying to mess with the instagram algorithms and They decided to share a single instagram account account and Peru's at their leisure they combined various interests So instagram would know less about who and where they are. And serve up a variety of different types of content. The T. L. D. R. On this is a it was fun for a little bit because of the different interests that they would You know anytime any one of them logged in. They would see things that they wouldn't necessarily normally see and were able to explore around a bit more But it basically just started to hone in on the three inches disparate interests of them and as soon as two other people stopped using it was right back to just the one person stuff so the algorithm is good you cannot defeat the algorithm cannot defeat the algorithm and the final story that. I saw this week which I thought was kind of interesting smart. Thermometers could be the key to tracking the corona virus for better or for worse I never understood why anybody bought any of these smart thermometers. We just have a regular one because the smart. Thermometers Sarah send the information back to the company and in their privacy agreements which you probably don't read for a thermometer or anything else at this point. It says that they can basically do whatever they want with this information which usually is selling to healthcare companies or companies like clorox to kind of figure out where there's public health things going on flu etc. So they can up their advertising But the theory here is that if these smart thermometers are being popped into a database we will see areas of outbreak etc etc etc Blah Blah Blah. Whatever I gotTA SAY. I got my nest for free from the city of Los Angeles. I say that is fantastic. I love that thing that I can sit in bed and warm the house up. I finally got my schedule thing working now that everybody told me I was an idiot and Shelby. Find it and the one thing. That didn't do though is it didn't adjust for daylight saving time so I had to actually go in and Redo the schedule. I'm like seriously not know that I I well. The clock changed but the schedule didn't change should have shifted everything by an hour. And it debuted got one meant for Arizona. 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Keep your workflow going from wherever you are with Trello Trello for free and learn more at Trello DOT com. That's T. R. E. L. L. O. Dotcom TRELLO DOT COM Media Brad. I think we're both up to speed on Picard at the moment. Yes Sir all right. What did you think of this Almost penultimate episode of the season. You know they confirmed well about despoilers I suppose. They confirmed some things we expected. They threw in some interesting twists There's a lot of chatter online about what people think. The big twist will be in the ultimate episode. Although I'm not entirely sure there will be a big twist. I think story works as is I'm loving the show. I'm going to be very very sad when the last episode airs that we're going to have to wait a long time. I'm just going to go back and start at the beginning again but I thought I thought the the twist was a little little odd a little odd but the cameos were pretty cool. I got to say yeah that worked out for me. Yeah I loved it. I thought it was really good Have you kept up to speed with Westworld? I watched it last night so I could be ready for today in wasn't as good as the first episode. I thought This one plotted a bit. It took a it took a lot longer time to get to where it went than it needed to go but Still enjoyed it fun. Join it yeah. But it just wasn't as good as the first one for sure now now definitely not and I've been working my way through altered carbon. Think about halfway through the season right now. Good not great. Yeah it's it's good it gets better. I'm like it I just started episode seven so I got to go. I was going to watch it last night but I'm just like I'm tired. Couldn't bed yeah. Well I think we're all getting a bit of that cooped up Depression that starting to hit us. This wave so at this time. I I did the same thing. I was going to watch one more episode altered carbon last night at like an. I looked at ten thirty. I'm like Nah I'll just go and The wife and I are working our way through secession. Where on the second season right now almost done. It's a really great but really depressing. Show we were talking about with my wife light last night and I'm just trying to figure out why as much as I enjoy the show. I'm not I'm not like chomping at the bit to see it and I realized there's not a single character to root for. They're all horrible people. Oh yeah that's the best part in times like these Jason. I need one shining beacon of hope one good character to show and there are none so but yeah it's it's very well done and very funny and the lines they give. Roman are unbelievable. It's definitely no. I seriously love that. Show it's good and since I have been trying to watch more funny stuff in my favorite comedian in the World Bert. Kreischer has a new special called. Hey big boy. Soon as it dropped we We've closed the close the blinds but dogs asleep and kicked it on and I haven't laughed that hard in a damn longtime. It is definitely Bro. Humor but it is damn funny. It's all right. I could just leave that on the loop till the end of the world and I'll be fun okay and we don't have doodads right now but I found this it's called Endel it's a It's an APP for your phone or your computer. That basically takes different Inputs to do genitive music for you her different moods. It's pretty damn neat. Oh that looks kind of cool. I might have to download this an address to my little APP collection that I have. I have like all the Brian. Eno Ones and all that sort of skip that just kind of generate ambient music so very cool. This is heavily based on Brian. Stuff and the guy I I listen to an upcoming interview or had edit an upcoming interview with the CEO of this company and like the whole team is really into that generative. Music stuff and huge fans of Brian. Eno and they even had got I can't even remember the the flow. Guy Chick sent me. Hi I can I can. I can say chicks me. But I can't remember his first name but they got him as an actual person to come in and like give them research on how to get people into a flow state using music and stuff and all the tests that they have. It's pretty cool. I mean I think three for the first seven days or first month and then it's twenty five bucks a year after that. It opens up more stuff. But it uses your age your sex your location weather time of day takes all of that stuff in and it has access to your health kit. Info if you give it to it and it uses all of that stuff to generate the music based on your personal fingerprint which is pretty cool pseudoscience but pretty cool. Well I mean it's something something it doesn't matter did I have it on during the day? And it's it's just nice. It's really good in the background. Yeah actually you know something I should do for. Next show is get together a list of all the different musicians that have put out just like some of my favourite ambient electronic albums of all time. I'll do that would be your. Yeah because from work when you're working from home it's good to have that stuff on in the background. If you do a little research for Saturday show so that'll be coming. I think he's you misspoke. He said you'll do a little research. You'll do very little research because we are grumpy. Old Games we never tear research. Well I don't have to do research per se. I just have to pull together a list from my regular place. Awesome awesome who the library. I don't really have a book right now because I just haven't finished anything. I've got like six bucks in the queue but Friend of the show. Eric Hunley sent me a tip. Which was very cool It's the audible daily deal which I never knew existed. You can sign up on yours in your settings and your notification settings and it'll send you a book a day which cost a lot less than what a credit would cost so I got Stephen Fry's new book mythos read by Stephen. Fry for three dollars where it's usually like usually a lot more than that or a full credit. It's fifteen hours long so fifteen hours of Stephen Fry for three dollars. You can't go wrong with that. That's a good deal. If you like your audible I wish I could do versions of that and speaking of that. I finished the last day. A novel by Andrew Hunter Murray which you had read and Andrew Hunter Marie of course is one of the hosts of no such thing as a fish. One of our. Both of our favorite podcasts Yeah so I started this book before. All this shit happened and this has taken me quite a long time to read because like I just mentioned I started at before our world change as much as I love. Dystopia near World Science Fiction. It's a bit hard to read when you're fucking living in one so it was. It was rough but it was a great book and worth the read and I finally finished it. I might recommend waiting until we're on the other side of what we're in now before picking it up but do pick it up and you know I'm GonNa go read something light and happy next yeah. I really enjoyed the book And it did set it up for you know possible sequels set it up for possible sequels as long as it sold well enough. Were getting a sequel. Yeah yeah but I mean I could. I could go without a sequel. I mean I thought it was pretty. Well standalone yeah. I think so as well I mean. What's it going to be called the day after the last day My first more under the week is the. Ceo OF UBER I saw this over at the verge. Uber Wants Congress to include protections for drivers in Corona virus. Stimulus package again with Uber. Not Wanting to pay their bills in. Check it off to somebody else. Yeah Oh my God. Can you believe this one Yeah of course. I can't believe this Uber as a for for all of Uber's existence. That Uber is a horrible Shitty Company. And they're doing horrible shitty things and they're continuing to do horrible shitty things. Yep Yep the CEO wrote a letter to Donald Trump anti protections and benefits for independent workers. Not just employees is what he was looking for and he says my goal in writing to you is not to ask for a bailout for Uber but rather for support for the independent workers on our platform once we move past the immediate crisis the opportunity to legally provide them with a real safety net going forward. You know how you can legally provide them with the real safety net. You could make them employees which they are and he said a bailout for Uber. Because Uber's existence depends on the independent workers that you refused to give any rights to yep YEP YEP so Amen if if the IF WE LOSE UBER IN THIS I'll be okay with that. That would be fine. But you know that's not gonNA happen so so we've all had our own difficult journeys in these last two weeks struggling to come to terms with crow virus and what it means and how we're going to deal with it but None so much publicly and from such a notable person as Elon Musk. He's had quite the journey this last week. and has this article points out is less than surprising that Elon. Musk is going to be himself during a pandemic even when it's not really helping his or the public's cause and it's noteworthy because both what he says and does matter because that's true people respect him and follow his advice and of course he did not take the crow virus seriously at first Let's see here's the timeline. So he first made waves in the grown virus discourse with a single tweet. Declaring the corona virus. Panic is dumb. It was the most like tweet of the week on twitter now. That's not necessarily wrong because the panic was dumb. What we needed was not panic. We needed action but he didn't exactly provide any leadership there. Two days later on March eighth he doubled down stance that the reaction to the viruses. Dumb saying the fatality rate from the disease is greatly overstated because there are few tests. That's where the cruise ships he noted ships with a lot of people are limited. Medical facilities are a serious issue. Yes when stocks began to falter March Ninety declared the market was a bit I anyway and due for a correction. I meant to do that on March tenth when the Coachella Music Festival was postponed. He suggested it should remain that way until it stops sucking burning men on the other hand he agreed was still worth e-experienced for now the same day he put out a twitter poll about whether. Tesla should have a mega rave cave all right. He's lost respect for me forever. Now does he. He does swing it back around here. A little bit This week it began to seem like he was maybe getting the message on the corona virus and begun to accept. That was a big deal. After all cities and states began demanded shutdowns. The stock market plans everything. That we've been the whole Dystopia we've been dealing within the space of five or six days So earlier this week. He replied to some tweets about handling stress and potential treatments for the disease. He also wrote pretty candidly about his own experience with the chloride. Corking whatever that is. The Anti Malarial drugs has been discussed as a potential treatment for corona virus. Which by the way. Some people have died trying. So don't they've died trying it using their aquarium version. Not Actual you know not the actual pharmaceutical version. They use the fish fish version CD. It's so but he's still downplaying. How dire the pandemic is on Monday? He followed up a tweet of a paper outlining potential drug therapy options with a tweet insisting that the danger of panicked still far exceeds the danger of the corona virus which may be true for him because he's rich and young and relatively healthy so good for him he may not fully buy into it. So but here's where he turns it around a little bit. He finally said he will try to help. Respond to the pandemic on Wednesday a Down's that Tesla would join General Motors and Ford and offering to make hospital ventilators which is good because one thing say what you will about mask when he decides to do something he generally gets it done so. I'm happy about that. So you know started off more on kind of ended up. I wouldn't call him a hero. Maybe reluctant speaking of Yes. I have another reluctant hero of the week. Billionaire RICHARD BRANSON RIGHT SO billionaire Branson dips deep to save incredible employees with two hundred and fifty million dollar joint package to to fight corona virus. Shock now. Here's what happened so virgin came out and said. Yeah you guys are not getting paid for a couple of months stop period and He's comes back and says after a huge backlash at I mean. He's seventy thousand employees here so now he's like here's what we're GONNA do. We're GONNA I'M GONNA dip into my savings account which is six hundred ninety million dollars. He's going to spend two hundred fifty million dollars to help out his employees. Get through this now. He does come back and say that you know. Our employees were united behind the plan. To not get paid you said. It was virtually unanimous about the unpaid leave. I'm sure Yeah because that's what every Richard Branson is such a great boss that I would just go home and wait for him to call me back to work for nothing. No no money no nothing I can. I still some crackers from the first class cabin to get me through. Because I don't have any money for Food Richard So yes he finally doing the right thing but he is might reluctant hero of the week quite a few of those these days. Yeah Yeah Marriott. Still the devil but and We have a dancing hero of the week. Which is the Melbourne zookeeper? Who Danced on the livestream? Have you watched the video of this? No I haven't seen this one. Oh my God is very funny. It's very short. It's very funny. It'll put a smile on your face. I could use one I will take a look at that. Yep and I have one more the yeah. That was nice. He row of the week. And that's masterclass. David Rosia sent out To all of the masterclass people who pay for the service and said here during these times of strife and and being stuck at home a Tude I. That's that's my. Tm stuck home. It's not as good as Catholic Jane but Yes so basically gave everybody a free pass to give to somebody else. We don't know how long they're gonNA last. 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I don't because I've been doing it for so long I basically start at the top of the hour and then I was about to say never before in the entire history of humanity has been so easy to know what time it is There's time on your computer. There's time on your watch. There's time on your phone time on your ipads Unless you still have VHS blinking twelve. It's hard to know what time it is. And if you start on the hour keeping the forty twenty is very simple. Yep Yep just always start on the hour just makes it just makes life super easy quantum leap rights. I now understand the term misery porn. I learned on geology podcast years ago. I wonder how many people will get paranoid by just listening or watching the news. Everybody one of the most important tips for working from home as do not have the news playing. Yep It'll turn that shit off Mosques five to who is in Puerto Rico writes some supermarkets are close to rioting some priests said Puerto Rico was going to martial law until closure the audio spread like wildfire over. What's happened? People went nuts priests now saying he made it up but the damage is done not the only thing that priests makeup. But that's just the point of view yes That's not good and You know I've seen the rumors about martial law floating here as well up knuckle early. Nobody of not has released said it yet. It may come. We don't know but it ain't come and yet and wait until officials actually say something and even then do not panic because even if there is martial law you will be able to go to the damn grocery store right right. We do have the National Guard on the way here now but that's the generally help sanitize and clean things up and provide support so yes in radio teacher writes in California shelter and places. Now a thing if you have a moment watch this and beat less grumpy. In Times like these podcasts and videos like these keep me grounded and this is a video called rat attack the Yodel of justice. Did you watch this Brian? I watched a little bit of yes. What just happened. I am not entirely sure Either I believe it could actually be described. It can't be described. It must be. It must be experienced for yourself. The link will be in the show notes rat attack legal of justice. Michael writes in fine show on episode for twenty-three hearing at the end about tips for online teaching maybe take a look at Envy Learning Academy which is on twitter. The only on line six to twelve school in the fifth largest school district. The principal is always open to helping teachers around the country become familiar with online teaching. And there's a link in the show notes of Nevada Learning Academy we'll check it out. Yep and Jackal writes in. Love your show also you. Reading List is pretty good. I'm enjoying the expanse books and TV series now on prime. I thought you should know about this. And this is linked to inverse DOT COM. Corona virus could mean an early return for. Tv's Best Scifi show Thanks for sending the link I appreciate it but unfortunately it's click bady nothing it just basically says that They finished actual filming in the third week February. But the because it's such a big spent a via via fx heavy show and employs several different companies to do all the settings and all that stuff. There's a ton of work still to be done on the episodes If I don't know how well via affects people work from home Basically inverse has no idea if the show is coming back or not there's throwing out this theoretical filming is done. So maybe we'll get it. Well the thing about via fax is it takes massive workstations and massive render farms to get all that stuff done and I'm pretty sure a lot of people aren't GonNa have that kind of hardware in their own home. They may have something smaller but they're not going to have all the V. fx libraries that are required to build. That shows I'm guessing people aren't allowed to take that stuff home so that'll be little overload the corporate. Vpn's for sure. Oh yeah definitely because those files are just. I mean they're massive. I mean that shows terabytes and terabytes of data and We have a twitter slash Geojedo show feedback crossover. I'll start with the twitter. One GADD law rights in tracked by your phone and then sent to quarantine magic and this is from the Times of Israel. Israel starts surveilling virus carriers since four hundred who were nearby isolation so the Health Ministry announced on Wednesday is begun using surveillance tools to retrace the movements of Corona virus carriers and is already informed four hundred people in contact with them that they must enter quarantine so this is being conducted by the Shin. Bet Security Service for the ministry. It's facing harsh criticism. Obviously including members of the government and its legality is currently being challenged in the High Court of Justice so the tracking thought here is aims to alert and order into quarantine people who in the previous two weeks where within two meters for ten minutes or more of someone who turns out to have the virus so they find somebody who has the virus. They get the location data from that phone. They see what other phones were nearby long enough if so guess what knock on your door. You know draconian but not a problem with it and then over a go dot show. Chris sent us a link from the Guardian Dot Com which is basically the UK is planning to do the same thing. They're thinking about it. The you know the ability to create movement maps of anonymous data meeting. How is this in any way shape or form anonymous? That is not that makes no sense because it's not. You're finding specific people. They're they're using it for a different Different response is just as shaped the track of the the virus itself as it grows and moves so they say now so they say now well here we go jason this. This is the thing which is i. I'm on the fence with us as well. It is draconian. It may be necessary. I'm worried about both these slippery slope. Which is obviously going to happen. And the rescinding of sidetracking once this is done. Bingo or may not ever happen Bingo Yup When somebody gets power it's hard to get it back. I still have almost everything from the Patriot. Act in effect. Even though most of it doesn't do anything for US anymore. Yup and we are. We are toying with doing this here in the states too. So Yup his thing. So Jacob writes in I noticed. You're sharing a wicky resource on tour and onion sites. I thought you might be interested in this resource as well and it's over at. Vpn MENTOR DOT COM. What are the best dot onion sites and how to access them safely in two thousand twenty and he goes on to say I feel? It's well written easy to understand more indepth than the one you're using. I thought you would find value in sharing it to your page to help readers with no technical background I I thought this was spam me too and then I went and looked at it It is a pretty good resource. Actually pretty good resource. Oh good spam. Thanks Jacob it actually worked out and Brian wrote US regarding the uninstalled APPs thing that was happening with iphones etc etc to Link at pay it forward dot com uninstalled APPS are using data on my iphone. No they're not. I briefly scan this this morning. The gist of this article is all that data. That you see there is Since you last refresh it from any APPS you may have deleted from your phone. That were that was data downloaded while you still had. Those APPs writes. I'm not sure I buy that. Actually I know he tested. I read the whole thing. And it's I mean all of that. Data's since the last time you refresh the statistics of your cellular data which nobody does. It's basically since you turn the damn loan on because I wouldn't tested this out right after we finish the show and I WANNA go check this check my my data usage on my. At and T. Account in I use point two Gig you know in in the past like sixty days I almost no data so it correlates with that and this it makes total sense and he proves it in the actual article so perfect. Well there you go problem. Solved problem solve their problems. There was no problem. Actually they just Set something visibility to on visibility to on Danny see over in the UK rights. I loved episode four to four and really appreciate the sensible level-headed information you're passing out. I have another Co op game recommendation for Jason and Jordan Dead Space Three. It's a great survival horror game a bit old but backwards compatible with xbox one cheers and deliver so I have a link to dead space three in the show notes and I'm going to pick it up because twenty bucks. Brian writes in. Hey grams many thanks for the familiar. Voice during what? I'm hearing a lot of people call interesting times personally. I will call it a fucking saddened disastrous time. But that's just me. Thanks for work from home tips. I work in a school in Spectacular. Ozzy form schools are still open even with knowing the numbers in your country and US on a similar trajectory. W T F anyways if I survived the term. I'm hoping I will be able to use those tips soon. I Remember Brian. Talking about an apple his wife and he could share a shopping list. Literally six days and we still can't get teepee mincemeat and sanitizer eggs etc hoping we can share a wis wishlist that if any of us find said items we can cross it off and it will sink. Y'All stay safe and healthy My wife and I both have iphones and the latest update to notes. Actually not even latest anymore. It's been in there for awhile. Allows you to share notes. And it's super easy to keep grocery lists that both people can access at anytime it updates in real time. It's great that's what we use. Yeah I'm using reminders and you can also do. I believe you can do. You can add people so you can just do a shopping list reminders which is actually much easier And then you can just check things off as you go instead of having to delete the line and things like that note so reminders is actually also really good for shared shopping list there. You Go If anybody has any android tips Send those over but Yeah no android here Mike Rates in. Hey guys thanks for the latest episode for Four. I good laugh. I've had in a while at least four to three. Stay safe and healthy and thanks again for US get through. This took your advice about putting familiar noise on in the background. So I'm working my way back. Through recent episodes Geo G. Panic attack level reduced to yellow. Thanks you're welcome. Mike and Joe Wrightson. Hey Brian Jason and Dave started listening around the time of episode one hundred but I went back and began with episode one. And yes even though those early episodes. Don't have the Polish of your newer ones. They were fantastically entertaining and informative lots more stuff. That was very nice of you to say. But we cut it for brevity your most recent episode for two four finally gave me an undeniable. Excuse to throw some cashier. Wade spied having less now than ever. My wife and I are professional musicians and teachers in Los Angeles. Let's just say we don't have much to do for the next couple of months. Your tips on working from home. Were incredibly helpful. Sanity Saving One might say and I'm appreciating your voices and ideas more than ever before. Keep up the great work guys. You're really you're really helping people keep their shit together. These days grumpily equally years. Joe Thank you. Well thanks Joe. I apparently have a very hard time reading things that are complimentary towards us. I stumble over them because I'm not very used to it. Used to it not used to it. Well then you can read the The the itunes revealed Evan Rights. And I know Brian is missing his sports ball. It reminded me of the Monty Python philosophers football and Olympic sketches. This has furloughed. Sports commentator starts covering scenes from everyday life. Oh my God this is so funny. It was amazing. This is Nick Leaf of London. England he is. I believe What was it rugby rugby commentator and he's basically just walks around and comments on everyday life and it is hilarious. I love it thank you. You know what it reminds me of. It reminds me of. I don't know if you ever watch these videos. It was the movie commentator guy or like the movie trailer guy who would walk around behind people start doing the movie trailer voice in a world where she buys a slurpee things like that. That guy was awesome. Dig Him up and he'll he'll help pass the time. Okay Nick. Right says sent us an interesting article from Sweden. Where every pack of Toilet Paper You buy? You have to pay ten dollars. Surcharge on top of the cost of toilet paper. Also a grocery store in Denmark is taking action where the bunkering of hand sanitizers became too big the first bottle of hand sanitizer sold as usual for forty Danish kroner the second bottle for one thousand Danish kroner. Well that's one way to deal with it Stores here basically just been limiting people to two items of anything Max which seems to be working pretty well too. Yep Yep we got Got To more than two more. Napkins and ninety nine cents store yesterday. One of the one of the places you can go that actually does not have lines believe it or not Do have the link to the original article that Nixon. It is in Swedish. But if you're a listener and you want to go do it go for Jason. The doctor writes in. I'm in the e- near Philadelphia while the volume of Cova cases has not yet arrived. And by the time you see this that might have changed. It's coming intentions. Feel to be growing. It feels like we're all standing under a piano wondering how strong that rope is. That said my immediate worry is the fear of seeking treatment for normal serious medical problems. If you need care get it don't die from appendicitis because you're afraid of. Cova heart attacks and strokes time-sensitive please. We're here for you. We'll keep you safe. Well thank you very much Jason. The doctor Yes thank you not Ryan writes us. Hey guys French listener here and I was having a good laugh during the last episode while you're talking about bitcoins and how useless they still are. I would agree with you. If it wasn't for the fact that like everyone in Paris I'm stuck at home in quarantine and I ran out of pot fairly quickly and all my usual guys will come to me anymore so I went back to my cold wallet I created when I was an it school now. I use my bitcoin's to order. We'd off the dark with the deep web and have it delivered directly to me by mail. It works great and I honestly have no idea what I would do without this by the way. I was impressed by the improvement. Some of the dealers two point. Oh have made on their website. Since I last went there a few years ago it's easier. It has a cleaner interface than Amazon. And actually arrives in my mailbox. I'm still waiting on my prime order. That was supposed to be here since last week. So yeah. Bitcoins aren't useful to most people. But they're always be parallel economy relying on them anyways thumbs up from France. Keep your hands clean and stay grumpy. you know. I think what's GonNa come out of this as everybody's GonNa realize that I I'm not a user myself but we'd is not all that destructive just legalize it already. I mean California considers it in a central resource. We'd stores are staying open. Well the I mean if you have if you have cancer do chemo. It isn't essential resource. Emilia writes in my partner and I are digital nomads. Which is a completely different beast. But we used to work from home for nearly ten years. It's definitely not for everyone and probably most people will struggle with it here. My tips about how we did it first and most important discipline at home. You always have a lot of distractions more freedom to do whatever you want so often. Work is the very last thing on your list. Ain't that the truth. We converted our living room that we hardly used before any way into an office. We moved our desks and computers. There we set our working hours and that was the time of the day. We did not want to be interrupted by anyone. It was time to work only since we are night. Owls we set up our working hours very late. Five PM to one. Am that worked perfectly for us and we still work remotely and wouldn't change that to anything else I'll also Google Margaret's in. I'M A PRINTER TECHNICIAN. Working from home in air quotes. I am an authorized technician for a printer company. That has an onsite service contract with another large company. I'm currently directed to remain at home to monitor the printers under my responsibility when one breaks. I then have to go to the printer and fix it. Well the upside is. No one's probably printing anything right now so you get to stay home for a while. Cameron writes in. I wanted to know what you all thought about this. It seems like it would be a good idea to move manufacturing of essentials back to the US but is it feasible while it may add jobs of May also make some medication even more expensive than it already is. Also I was wondering if Jason has seen at night on earth on net flicks it popped into my when he was talking to seth about cameras in panic at the Costco. And Seth mentioned how much low light technology has improved. I have not seen that yet but it is on my list and cameras. Tennis Link Guy. The New York Times Corona Virus Spurs. Us efforts to end China's chokehold on drugs. Yeah so the global spread of the Krona viruses reigniting efforts by the trump administration to encourage more American manufacturing a pharmaceuticals and reduced dependency on China for the drugs and medical products. That fuel the federal healthcare system US includes a push by White House Trade Advisor. Peter Navarro to tighten by American laws so federal agencies are required to purchase American made pharmaceuticals and medical equipment according to people with knowledgeable knowledge of the plans. It's a nice thought I'd love it. Good luck drugs are just too expensive here. Our healthcare system would need to be completely rebuilt from the ground up We before this happened had insurance companies paying to fly people to Mexico to get drugs because it would be cheaper But the one thing about all this is we're starting to see a lot of bullshit rules in a lot of craziness and a lot of artists. That may go away. We'll see an Shana writes in so here is how my side of the healthcare industry is dealing with working from home and not overloading the system. Where split into two groups group. One is the part that deals directly with customers. So they do. Their work between eight am six PM group to is more behind the scenes so they work from between the hours of six PM and eight PM that had low test before it is pretty good generally speaking and the Guinea pig my dealing lots of black tea and girl scout cookies. Don't eat them all at once. The don't want just one who've that office out of the kitchen seriously and no secrets in. I'm really starting to think that I probably should hold down the beer funny to listen to your podcast and suddenly here. My Nick being said in the feedback loop is I have zero recollected recollection of posting. Anything like with the last show. We barely have any recollection of recording. The shows that's true. That's true and serial killer rights have looks like someone is capitalizing on your title and there are Panic at the Costco t-shirts up. You know this is one of those things where a lot of people have the idea at the same time it's funny yeah and CDC Dot Gov is using the Hashtag of our previous shows all alone together really is as on TV commercial. Oldrich Hashtag alone together is on TV commercial. I'm like you bastards The CDC when are you GonNa do always ahead of the curve overnight tunes we've got from biggest thickest from the US there girl. I'm grumpy old Geek. And I'm in good company. I look forward to each new show that POPs feed since I often work alone. I enjoy listening to you. Guys Talk Shop. Keep up the good work and stay grumpy. Well we shall biggest dickey's and We have a one star rating again. This is from old red headed thirty one thirty one from Australia off. Political jokes by two sarcastic old. Troll's not a fan since the increase in mind-numbingly imbecilic political jokes jeers this podcast is just the same dose of flogging the dead horse with Dumas and negatively. The advice views are those of two bitter old. Troll's rehashing the same doom over and over. Don't bother Believe Australia's about a week and a half behind us. So how's that treating you now but I just wanted to? I wanted to know what they thought. Old Red Hen here when they saw the title of our show in expected something that wasn't on the tin. It is grumpy old. Gigs you just call this too sarcastic trolls. I'm like no that would be the ripoff. Show that somebody else did. Maybe we're maybe maybe he was the one that saw the title. Happy Young Geeks or whatever that was earlier. Yeah yeah he got one in his player. If you want your question or comment read on the show head over to go go dot com slash contact and send us your feedback or questions that we can read on the air. And if you're so inclined please head over to go dot com slash itunes and tells us a five star and snarky review. And don't forget to click those stars on overcast. 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1998: Judge Joe Brown Is A Hotep

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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1998: Judge Joe Brown Is A Hotep

"I listened to the Black Guy who tips podcast because Rawdon Karen hogs the boys scramble out of the tree got on their knees because the worst thing that can it happened to a color kid in the south was for parents to hear that a child was acting up. There would be no appeals. The punishment swift and physical the arbitrary nature of growing people's wrath gave color children practice for life in the caste system. Which is why parents forced to train their children? In the way of subservience treated their children has the white people running things treated. It was preparation for the lower castes. Row Children were expected to have mastered by puberty for young colored boy. In the south the cast barrier is an ever-present Solid Fat John Dollar anthropologists study in the region's caste system wrote at the time because education is incomplete until he has learned to make some adjustment to it. The Negro Must Hall down his social expectations and resign themselves to a relative immobility. Indeed breaking from protocol could get people like George Kill the Jim Crow. Only white people can sit in judgment of a color personnel trial. Y Hearsay have more weight than colored eyewitness colored people had to put on a a show of cheerful subservience and questioning and questioning obedience in the presence of white people or face the consequences of being alive. If children didn't learn that place ace they could get on the wrong side of a white person and the parents could do nothing to say. Hey what goes through the blackout. This podcast your host Rod and hearing. We're live live on to real time. PODCAST every Tuesday. Yes the real to they you can find us on. I tunes stitcher automatic. All those places that you find different podcast. We appreciate you for listening leaving us. Five star reviews are items of stature especially so he can read those on Saturday morning and give you feedback doesn't matter what area of the world. You're in Lee will love to hear from you. It leave us. A Nice five star view will read it on the air The official web another show is an unofficial sports ebola ball extremely gene. I'll expert that I read was from the warmth of other son the warmth of other signs which had talked about a couple of days ago? This I'm reading this book by Isabel Wilkerson just flying off. The page is is is amazing book so yeah because a lot of us the well not a lot but some of the stuff you read about it just touches home to let you know that a lot of your wife life experiences in some of the things you haven't experienced as you just thought these things were fact are actually fast and you go on that crazy. I'm I'm not a lunatic. That she's been happening for a long time. I might not have had the worst four when I was young. And she still might not have the word for it as an adult because I'm constantly learning and growing GIN evolving. But then you go okay. I'm not crazy. I remember this happened when I was a child What was the name of? This store was people's yes people's old-school store it was down at. I WANNA say it was down at the freedom all which was torn down. I think DSS now And it was me and my aunt and one friend in Prince Thun We. If I'm not mistaken we had went out there and We shopping Narishta but when we got ready to leave the people she was going out and I I was a child. I didn't really understand what was going on. And what she was mad about. But it just happened that the people the ACLU had accused her of being like some shoes she had all right. They only sell these shoes at store but they had accuser and my aunt was going smack off. She was going smack off. She was like. How dare you accuse me and me being a child or not? Knowing no better all from our perspective all I see is making the scene not really understanding. Why not say not really understand the things behind it you know they end up calling the police and everything was you gotta show receive for? What's in your back? The whole nine yards and and they ended up. You know letting us go but It was it was just the fact that even then I knew someone right. I couldn't explain what was right. I knew something was abnormal. I know I knew that at that time. I didn't know that it was racial racial Programming but I was like something rows. Whatever it is is this riddick? I'm irritated by parents. Go adults go through those things. But they don't ever take the time to actually sit down and talk to a child in explain why the reactions and the realities of things is I read the bake these things into you versus actually talked to you like a human being and have a discussion with you and because children very intelligence parent underestimate the intelligence intelligence of their child and they underestimate what their child can understand and comprehend people just assume that children are dumb touring are small people. They're small people so that means they are person but a lot of times when it comes to some people treat children as though their animals though their dog or cat or chair they treat children like property. Children are are the few things in his word and almost don't have write quote unquote. You almost treat your child anyway. You won't do now we have. Dss I know that stuff that comes into home but you know if it's not brought to them attention and nobody has reported that child literally has nothing protecting them and so you read in his mate made me think about you know how Mama used to say some of the quote unquote cliches of you. Know I'm I'm be is thank you so the police don't have to beat you so you know you'll go ahead and get Cuba somebody. You know like like the the words that I will. I've I have been told you know a lot throughout my life and so one of those things to wear that kind of hits home you know I always. I have known that I was black in so for me I still live a life of quote unquote freedom but I always even as an adult. I'm always wear my presence. I'm always looking around me. I I'll always looks at how many white people are around me like like I start counting and if the number gets so oh hot. Sometimes I'll just leave if I don't like the dont feel friendly environment and things like that could you go. I don't know what may happen to. What may persuade the turn? Turn left and always had to deal with that. Why people wonder why you know some Nichols don't like to go to parties whereas all white people no no no no no no no no well? I don't know if this if a win. This crowd may turn against me and I have nobody to represent me and I can't defend myself if this crowd decides to turn the runway. Yeah I definitely think about some of the cliches that I've heard as a kid or the you know I hit you because I love you I hit you because these white people go You know if if I don't beat you the police do stuff like that you know. Wow the because at the same time it's like is what was done to our parents and handed down from their parents and the parents before that and in a large choir is what was handed down to them from white people that beat the plays so is become like to me personally after the generational cars and I'm very proud of black people that break it yourself. You know. Maybe I'm overly protective of whatever children but you know I. I like to see people say stuff. Like I'm not GonNa hit my kid and stuff like that and like I said I'd never raise the kid. I don't know how difficult that is to pledge to. I don't know how aggressive have made that pledge and broken. I don't know you know over the course of eighteen years or whatever the fuck I don't know if somebody you know sets out with that in a golden ends up hitting their kid At some point in regretting it or whatever but I do know that You know that stuff if is traumatic and people You know there's always GonNa be a love like like there's always gonna a b a response to my parents. I love my parents but at the same time I was I dig it. Women's though it's not like I didn't turn around. I hate my parents the worst parents in the world. But you know if I think about it. It's like I wouldn't want that I wouldn't do that to a child if I had to chows house. So and that's not something I always believed. I mean I've spanked him before. Yes yeah when I was younger I'd be like yet as you know just how it is and you did the wrong thing but I don't know I feel I. One of the things I realized was when I was younger was like it wasn't chill to me the as to pop a kid or some shit it just seemed like certain people so young Saudis lessons. I'm learning I'm learning from a person. Net fees mutates takes me close me and then they also hit me sometimes. You know If somebody was in a romantic relationship where they get hit we would be like. What are you doing in that? You should get out breath and to the person. Hey No. That's not what you do to somebody you love but when there's children it's like you said it's like they have no rights so And then and also I understand and maybe that's what it is that you get out of you understand why somebody when literally like it's life or death and they feel like the fear instilling into you is going to save your life and I I make a joke but on serious starting extent a woman probably has saved my life. You know probably been a few times where I've got to do some some wild shit or some you know some some boys up. The street was getting some crazy shit and I was like nope. Oh no that's that's the kind of before I have a good one. I'm going back home tonight. And maybe he and my Mama's like maybe you hope that that you would maybe in a different reality Them talking to me would have got the same effect but I don't know for sure You know but yeah it's something to think about Out because it's generational and I'm glad that it's dying down somewhat. I don't know what steady say but it seems to be down somewhat and I hope it continues to I actually. Hey and don't share and on the you make jokes about these videos of people like hitting their kids online or telling their kids to fight another kid or any of that stuff especially with black children is too close to me as to dare to me and to me it just looks like abuse and when we laugh and celebrate it feel like we celebrating abuse you know and I know that people do that in a lot of areas. You know you need to be frank. I don't even watch the videos of people while they're pop is like now. Well I just starting things. I'm just like I understand why it would be funny but I also feel like US somehow glorified an in celebrating and laughing at it to a certain extent. Feels like to me. It feels like it's condoning it. 'cause it's not like a comedy album where I'm laughing avenue joke. That was made to be a joke. So it's just a joke if I'm laughing at somebody like you know body slamming. They some because he came home school late. I I feel like I'm not that's not supposed to be a joke. That's a real kid. That's a real parent that is being put on the line so Yeah and and they definitely did bring back the memories of just how afraid I was of a whippet. The all purpose are looming. Always watching the you know I could talk to you. I'll tell your parents he was down here doing Blah Blah Blah. You know whatever and also made me feel like as a kid. I didn't have the same rights and I know you don't have the same rights as an adult don't but it made me feel like I didn't have the same rights as other kids like that weren't black so it put into me early to let me know if you get accused of something you did that shit or at least you get in trouble for whatever. Circumstances led to you even being close to that situation so whereas another AKA could be like. Yeah I went to a party and I got punched in the face but I didn't do nothing wrong. I would feel like I'm getting in trouble for being the party. Possibly if I walked up to me and stepped on my shoe and I said Hey and then they punish me. I'm getting in trouble for whatever I did to escalate it because I you know you don't have the same. You don't have the same room the same space to to fucker. Yeah and also is in an and I think for me is one of those things. It is Everybody 'cause I laugh at anything but there are some wine that I draw. Everybody has with their lines initiating that we talk about the people draw airline on coup but for me is the videos. I don't watch I. I don't click them. I know you know the one years ago at the bus driver popping. I'm not watching this year. Why because I'm a black woman why you know like like for me? I'm like that. That's not funny to women biting his own street. That's not funny to me because to me will be funny. If it was a skit. We'll be finding to pay actors. We'll be fun fundings ago. Okay at the end. I know nobody got a concussion. Nobody died nobody. You know at the end I could go okay. It's almost like a reset but no no. No those are real people. Fuck really fucking each other up and the consequences of repercussions to those actions. And I WANNA be clear I. It's not like the white gays or any of that. I it just. It bothers me whether anyone else sees the shit or not if you aim if you send me a video and there was only I'm the only person in the world is ever GonNa see this video. Here's just two black girls fighting at the pool. Don't you wasting your time. I don't WanNa see shit you know like it's just to me is just some disheartening about celebrating. That I know happens wins. I noticed normal. That people have Iras but I can't I can't celebrate it. It's not right and it always makes me think about this generational trauma and how much of it goes back to. Do you know the fact that we're heading our kids and that we are hitting our kids can play with love so it's like the you know and like how many of us grow up and have normalized abusive relationships where someone in a relationship hits the other person in part of it is because I love you where they first learned that motto of love from somebody that hit them. That's just because I love you and also woman thing on an own. They're really stuck out where you go is almost like a trout. You know like the key is on trial like if it's one of things where you know I've been told you know if the teacher call me I'll fuck. I'm willing to teach younger for what happened. You did whatever they said you did that. That was my mom's philosophy Wafi. She was a teacher is not going to say time calling me unless you did something to provoke them to call me. Regardless of what happened my Momma did not want to hear any excuses so when you say is the trial trial and the parent and the parent is is the judge jury executioner life as a trial for black people and white people are judger execution correct correct literally in this next heavily pointing out why people would only ones that could be on juries in the south so And I think people hit their kids for the illusion of Control Right. Because it's like I can stop white supremacy from hurting you by hurting you. Fires at teaching you to work within the boundaries of your life in a notch to achieve anything outside of that or staying out too much or stand up for yourself and is you know is very conflicting two kids and and and I don't. I'm still conflicted about it because I guarantee you. I can laugh and bind over trauma among the best of them. You know what I mean like snow on. Break up a story about some wolves album and I remember this time you know like and I'm laughing. You know light like I don't know what that means really you know and of course the anyway. Listen to Sean I love my parents death. You know but it's interesting to you. Think about that way that I'm like you know someone brings up this. My Man I remember this time. We gotTA whipping for Blah Blah Blah. You remember me my brother Might Oh man right near you remember when we did this like that like we're laughing we're like sometimes to the point of tears not sadness what funniness and you know. I accepted s something that will always that that parallel that duality that conflict is always going to exist and I over the years. I've found it in a lot of black people. We don't talk about this like you know. I was abused. We talk about it like Oh my God I remember getting weapons. You messing up your play close. Got To charge you. Get a woman because you don't put your play calls on a charge close like every black person and and it's almost like We talk about it as veterans of war. Because it's kind of what you know. What though no because maybe I'm maybe more people do laugh about this shape but I I mean Adam oh by the way of like is it some? It's like something about the fact that it was done out of quote love. That makes us almost. Almost you know what I'm saying. It's like you almost find funny to a certain extent. It's well this was also love and I know that that's you know I'm sure some psychologists listenership this shit like that's not healthy but but but it but it is my reality. That is how it is connected with people on those topics my whole life. And when I say. It's like veterans of war. No we have not gone to war. But you've been traumatized you're bonding over. A shared experience of discussing these things and they are emotions behind et rid. The sadness laughter like their emotions behind. Hey I've been through this. Hey I've been through this two and you talk about the scenario in this situation in the the bond of almost like a like a unit that happens over you discussing it when that that that was my definition of. I'm not comparing it to people that have experience with war because I've never went to war but you know it's just one of those things where it's a shared experience. Yeah like I said. I don't know if you heard it in there. But you might be right. Because maybe I I haven't been to war and I've been bonded with veterans. Maybe veterans do laugh about some of the Shit today experiencing which is not part of those conversations. You know what I'm saying so maybe it is exactly like what you're saying. Dan You know I definitely think our black people they got got whipping. PTSD so you could be triggered by anything such as ooh that that. That's a good one which Yamaguchi. Oh Mama gear home all right. It was even worse off and particularly me being an only child and I haven't any brothers sisters and one reason why I didn't. I'm just GONNA keep real one reason why I didn't like to go out and particularly in time with other family members than I didn't know the Nichols this was bad. They would be initiating all that stuff just being kids but you know what people becoming intimate. I don't know who what an air by it and I was stopped and right no I was not a poor or and you ain't GonNa beat me. Yeah one time I had been shit right and he did. It was so ridiculous like Kinda sheet that I would never do like he he drew on the wall was Cranston. I was wave has current clan with crayons age and he wouldn't admit to the shit so we both got hit the house like now. Why you even hitting me to teach this? And they're going to be honest wolf got anyway. Let's get to the show. We have a I I reading rainbow see more information came out about the Kabir Nick stuff and this is why be waiting on Shit because I feel like listen I rather be slow to be right then. Quick and wrong Or quick and right but for the wrong reasons shit and all the stuff that was coming out with stuff that you can confirm so I was like I can just wait until one of these fucking journalism. Enterprising as people look at the facts and just related shit to us The main thing that hours hours like really like okay. Cool I see exactly what's was Somewhat finally did I just said yesterday say this is the difference between waiver cabinet guy in the waiver that the NFL does for regular standard trials and there was an extra car I was in there that basically said that work. They wanted to make sure to work out. Did Not give the appearance of guaranteeing him a job and in that case he would not be able to sue them for not Having said job but the fact that it was not the standard waiver in my opinion completely means the. NFL was on some bullshit. I don't know how else you can interpret hyper dance. And I wouldn't assigned anything if I was him and his people because if I do get him to sign that and it does fuck up his ability to A to file another collusion lawsuit or something like that. I now have clients such a huge disservice and everyone was like you played yourself. Yup Gay Gay that thing in his lawyer they read that and said Fuck No. Yeah so that's not. That was not cool at all. Then the second thing is Howard Bryant where he's a journalist who who covers sports? He broke down a threat this morning. Morning of the time out of the events right Update spoke with numerous sources today to clarify some points Cabernet team her from the NFL. On Tuesday eleven seven twelve and was told us Saturday's workout. They weren't giving thirty six hours to consider the offer they were given to from eleven. AM TO ONE PM. Take it or leave it right. 'cause I heard conflicting things about that like they. They had up to forty eight hours. They had this. They had two hours to cabinets teeny any told. NFL there were too many issues to resolve with such short notice. Eh Propose the following Tuesday which was also a workday allowing teams top decision Jamaica to attain in negotiation more time the NFL said no cavs. Attorney said Saturday was such a magical day. Then let's move it to the following Saturday right right. They also say no to that and they left cabinet to agree to trial before Hugh Jackson and Joe Philbin knew they were running it or teams new. A workout was even happening. Talk to anything with anybody. This is another reason that I truly do believe that. The effort was spearheaded by Roger Goodell and probably from pressure hear from Jay Z. Because that's something that sounds like the NFL office was doing not the NFL teams. Doing correct by we're going to hold a try. We're going to get this guy. Basically a his own combine. And you guys we will will. We need to get his commitment fires in there. We'll we'll work on getting attains commitment which also means it was kinda shoddily thrown together my my assumption number four on Tuesday the NFL PA says it reached out to offer assistance especially on the details of the waiver which eventually doomed the deal a PA source says the cabinet team was not particularly receptive but the NFL PA did have a representative S. Saturday's workout? Yeah and I mean to a certain extent. I can understand why you don't trust the NFL cabinet because this is the same week as PA gate. Let you get drummed out of the lead and never really had any support. I still don't understand how this did. Not just become an issue where they say as a union of players we are going to hold out or something. Attendance do gets back in the league. We need some type of protest support so many other leagues feel like now. I'm not saying back in the day but so many leagues now like something like even the more outspoken athletes would say from fan or. I don't know maybe maybe I'm maybe it's a pipe dream and they wouldn't but it just seemed like like like it feels the NBA or something they'd be like no this ain't right and also a I might be wrong but also just the mentality of the NFL. It it is dead fucking shield over everything and once you kind of John Enjoy fraternity team over individuals. It is is any individual fucked up unless you're certain individuals it becomes a problem. You are you OUGHTA enemy. You know you're you're not going along with the with with the unit even though you are doing it for Y'all individuals Benefit nasty for their benefit too. Because you know everybody gets paid more than hit that like people have bought into the structure that once you have bought into the structure. I don't see anybody buying into that structure supporting because you would actually step outside and next thing you know you over there with him without a job. When Levy on Bell Hill doubt? His teammates made jokes about him and turned on and went through his locker like fuck. I didn't think that was funny at all. It was hooked up to where they did that. Turn the next year you got other. People won't name right right because that's the thing nobody cares to this deal like right like is all cool and Ha and you know team until this. Yo Tana renew and they lobos black ask you like how would know what's up with this but it was funny when somebody else's money number five by priority the filming was the was the a deal breaker for two into these join each other that was the non starter. A cap attorney told me an independent camera. May Colin believe it was a show of good faith at the years of Bathenay. NFL sources say workout itself equals good faith so colleague Cabernet and then won a another camera there from their crew to be like we. He won't sell. Because we don't trust you I'll I'll chop this up to make us look bad. We can be like no. This is what actually happened at the workout and in that was a big. That was a big problem because the NFL say no say is good factor. We even offering you a workout right there. Were they lie. You better be glad glad we even open this up bitch right and you're talking about person. You iced out of leave for three years. I feel that I can trust rescue or grateful for this opportunity. That's lonely grave his opportunity. I have earned this opportunity. Everyone the fucking world nosy like was like Sire not trying to get mad but it's just like it's such a ridiculous thing to put somebody through that you froze out not that chose to hold out and like oh you throws me out and now you're like well we don't think I mean. Why would you WANNA film it? You know our number six two caps attorney. None of the issues were unresolvable album and they were convinced the deal would get done filming as you took president over the more more important waiver issue because cabinet team had no intention of signing it S.. Present it I don't know if he was GONNA do to work out. What outside the waiver? What never said? NFL CAP IN NFL. Conflicted over key point post workout interview. If cap say he will continue Nili would he be protected if his answer prompted no team signed him the PAC yes the NFL pa.. I Play Association because of a twenty nineteen deal. Protecting players from reprisal air agreed ankeny steals Neil in their jobs a number eight cavs attorney says no because the waiver forfeited his rights to take action against anything occurring at the workout thus freeing the NFL from a potential second collusion. Sue the terms or so. Brian I agree with the tweet. It would have been malpractice to sign it so that was that was. They interpreted that closet. Laws that waiver different was number nine relocation and I'll see why they brought their own waiver to be like we'll sign this absolving. You of anything get hurt while we're Blah Blah essentially at the end is pressed non-readers. When I get asked questions about a media and I if I if they say hey are you still going to kneel and I say yes and I do not hear back from thirty two teams will be like? Oh so you asked you colluding against me. you know and I still say I'm not a thousand percent sure that is collusion. I don't think team in a world where thirty one rich white man in one rates Brown man an owner teams. I highly doubt they have to talk to each other to not won't cabinet on their team but that being said he still be able to to find out anyway. Number nine. Relocation became a possibility late Friday early Saturday as house disintegrate a cavs attorney it looked coordinated but it was because I had so much support on the ground here with his know your rights work in Atlanta so I guess they reached out to well. I don't WANNA so It's like it just sounds like somehow people got word of where he was gonna be a was open to the public he had Edwin okay. Gotcha and there's not a phone call and just for the record. If nothing fucking else that in itself should show. You should be Ille- even if he was sorry shit the fact that he motivated people to drive to unknown destination owner hour and a half notice in fucking Atlantic Atlanta traffic. Come on Oh and people showed up in his Jersey and Shit. You're working crazy like crazy to not sign him people. There are just as many fucking people people that want to see him play as people that fucking boo or whatever and there's a lot more people that honestly don't give a right. There's a lot of people that don't even give before they be sitting in that thing like I okay. I I eat a hot dog during the anthem anyway. number one source said. It was while the fault of the weekend to not get the work done at the Falcons facility was eighty twenty the NFL's fall the relationship with cap scorched earth cap needed to reach out others believe footage Roseburg curious. GM coaches to watch. Yeah I mean like I said I and I and I think a lot of people that are like Hashtag eighteen cap have a problem with this logic and I'm sorry if they do but he did escalated as well. It doesn't mean it's the same it doesn't mean like or both parties parties are the same amount of fault no. NFL was running the Shan workout and he went to the field and did his thing. But you know the shirt like he he also is saying I'm still you know I'm also saying Fuck Ya. Don't y'all scare to me. You know dot running for me. Start running from the people. I I was escalating. I think like reasonably so because you and understand exactly why the fuck would be mad and upset. It's been three three years. Like is not a condemnation of the due to be like. Yes they try to play him. He played them back and had the last. Or what do you want me is like number eleven next. Nellie say all thirty two teams the Rothwell workout with a no offering to speak to anything either by phone oriented person now we they say they are considering a second workout during the owners meaning Palm Beach and March where all thirty two owners GM's and coaches will be So yeah I think so. Yeah and then he went on that show. I take Stephen a Smith because I wow this is I said Okay Stephen Smith yesterday you ma you got caught a clone by Airdrie You say your sources this that Ah okay cool they had Howard Bryant almost even a on a I take. It wasn't like yesterday where they had. Max Kellerman going up against. Ask A and Michael. Eric Dyson who account on the same. Same team this time. Brian very very calm. Very very deferential. But also very stand stand up in these are facts. I did my research. This is what I know and Stephen I Smith Mood ideal goal post to Willet Willette. The League is corrupt. Why do you even want to work for? And that's basically where he like. Because he could not refute this man's facts but he kept saying basically everybody got their own affects which is his way of saying like I choose I choose to say what you saying is bullshit and my sources I tell them. The truth. Masculine had on the show. Then maybe your source lie to so you. Maybe they also don't know they lie to you. Maybe they told me in this life may like maybe you got some bad information because Howard did the fucking research. Sports illustrated pro football. Talk all you. People now have copies of the waiver. They're putting them online like to me. These are the question I was was asking and I asked a lot of questions because I was like I'm lotteries assumption and I looks without knowing how to Shit and now we'd have some definitive answers. Dr Us wrong you know and I I would instead you know. He did his grandstanding. All I you know. Nobody's like him you know that's it he. Does you know L.. Ask about me. I did this theriault. Always texts me and he said I'm not to say you got some. You're on the wrong side of this bro. You got some bad information. I'm like the Tyrrell. Tell you to say to twitter to the world on your national show. was that like incompetence like from the frame trying to help you. Because he was asked onto rail aside when Terrell Owens is like I think boycott and hall of fame or something and he was like that was okay because Terrell didn't even WanNa go to the holiday when he wanted his. Roy gave a speech at like a local high school right. He's saying that's what cabinet should be. Go play in the NFL or whatever. It's a rail. Always hit them up. Like don't use me as an example. I don't agree with that. Cabinet is right. You own your own side of this and you got some bad information and he he started talking to me like it was so you're asking about the hundreds of thousands of dollars I gave to us. What about that? I'm not black enough breath. I'm like Oh God this attorney and not like I hate that. It happened to him but it can happen to any of us. I'm not trying to put myself above. We'll get caught a comb and when when it hits you it's hard to just go back to like most of respecting black people don't have a fucking moment with that light. You hate to see because I think he don't WanNa back down because now my back down these facts that I'm backing down on. It's like I'm saying okay. I carried the League's water that time but I would have had a lot more respect for him as well. I was wrong about this year. I I heard then maybe they dig it wrong information because then you actually you actually. You actually relieving. You'll sniff of responsibility by saying my sources. Yeah like like I say I'm not a Stephen An apologist. 'cause I have a lot of issues with a lot of Shit. He said we play clips on this show before. Might I don't know what the Fuck Stephen Every talking about sometimes times And I try to give him that wide birth of black you'll be disagreeing. I'll shit sometimes are blah. I I still think the death knell for me him. That picture with Sheriff Clarke. I just can't I didn't notice your Winner where they met but they took a picture together and eh you know smiling for the camera clearly together and I'm sorry man but I can't respect that I mean I do call black lives matter a terrorist organization. They do have four people killed in his jail under his watch and celebrated like do have somebody arrested on a plane. 'cause they didn't within like him why I don't know man like I just can't see a situation where I run into this dude and be like let's get together you know and I think part of that is also that pundit mentality those people that duties these TV shows where they talk politics on Msnbc shifts like as a gay hey and nobody how representative reprehensible the Republican side of that Shit is at the end of the day. They are working getting the same check and they loved it snap Pixel together like look America and I'm sorry but not for me. Nah You know so I just can't I can't see that you know Oh Yes always say ellen pao out round with W I think it's even worse. I think it's even worse to be Frank But because because I think those people say do a lot worse shit like they like the people that go on Fox News and share our worst fucking people the you know and I and I and I'm not I mean it shouldn't be a pissing contest or whatever but yea is not. It's not the office job. Those people are terrible people that go on TV and they talk about that Shit. And then you go kiki with them and DAB it up I just can't see it man it just is his whack to me. You know especially if you're Ghana under the auspices of don't test my blackness like well we didn't take the paper with dad do like you know. That's a bad. Look Steve Harvey going to see chart. That was a bad look. It was as much as I go up for the daily show. And Trevor Noah Him at pizza what Tommy Lawrence bad. Look so bad. Look you know like these. The fibers are not joking. Or if they're just pretending then then they're saying things that are very dangerous He also went on to say back to the star asked the NFL PA source says they are supposed to be working with the Lee at the NFL had a responsibility to include the PA in the loop on something so high profile. That's their responsibility. Ability to strong. I say courtesy and say yes better. No we didn't get one so they didn't even know the NFL PA about this Number two in fact we didn't get a courtesy hairs up then. We still haven't received one at the Saturday. Workout Capping Eighty Jeff said not one of the thirty two teams asked for this. This came from the League office so the date the NFL contacted cabinet team without consulting the NFL. PA Ores teams the number of teams with confirmed attendance for the workout was not eight but seven San San Francisco Fairly Kansas City Tennessee Washington New Jersey and Detroit so yeah And like I said I is one of those things. Where even if he were to get a job out of this process? I just don't know how I don't think that's going to change much for people. Yeah and and at the end of the day on a lot of people is contingent on him getting a job or not but even if he does most both of them. They're not coming back. Most people that are not coming bed to racist people coming back in a negative was mad. He got no job coming back. Either let me tell you why 'cause you looked around and got three time. Oh my gosh. My Sunday's a free neck do the Shia Mondays. The Free My Thursday nights and you know a lot of improper stop doing fantasy football and shit like that and once you get that free time you start doing other shit. You'RE NOT GONNA WANNA get that back up. Yeah yeah possibly possibly. I think I think the difference would be if somehow cabinet cattle nationally televised game or something. But since it's not like the NBA. And I don't think they would just flip something something like that on the fly in the NFL the TV schedule stuff. But that would be the only way I can see people being like. Oh I'm sitting down and watching this like even people that said I quit the NFL not forever for that game right just to come back for that gay. Oh you're talking about him in the chat. Yeah Trevor No he was. Posted for Patriot got snapped taking a picture And I understand his argument I mean he he really felt like her coming on the show and having his the people at the daily shows audience threatening her online and all that shit was fucked up a he wanted to be like look guys we can disagree without having to take it there and I completely understand that sentiment he's also quote Unquote Newton. America that Tom and all that shit I still think the idea of having her on your platform warm and it Kinda cuttingly coddling her aftermath while very sweet very nice I think also just bad optics. It looks bad no matter what you say. 'cause it's Tommy Lauren. who called black lives matters? Terrorists is is not a way around that no matter. How good a person you are you? There's going to be a bad look because you're not like sitting with a person that advocates for Hitler and you sitting right there you know what I mean like. Hey guys we don't have. I have to say we will rate the person that advocates Hitler's like year. Then don't have them on the show and also like we know that that's wrong you're right. I don't know what percentage of people did that you sit in and like consoling her to make it better or whatever doesn't necessarily Change the fact that she's GonNa go right back to what she does as you know. candace owens these people. I just don't see how people kick it with them. Um like that. This is not my you know maybe if I got a we had a TV TV show and someone was booking our gas and we have a choice. It's not my I would understand but it seemed like a lot of people will be having control over the shit and they decided to do it anyway agreed all all right news news news guys news news news. Let's see we can get into Oh Amanda feels rose and Shocking got into it on On twitter over this movement for Rodney read. WHO's a black man? WHO's on death row? Okay and people think he's. It's possible. That is reasonable. Doubt that he did not commit. Commit the crime that he is on death row with the death penalty for okay But then Amanda sales supposedly allegedly found Out Information that he's been accused of other crimes Sexual crimes towards women and stuff. Some her information was wrong as well. What she was saying light he murdered another woman and all this other stuff And is Sean Kane hoppy to correct her on twitter And so you know everybody was laggards just fine so people was having a rough time with this one. 'cause to Epi went on really fuck way in that oftentimes go can be wrong and overzealous I took a completely different message from it. But we'll get into that Now so some money for the Grio lately as felt like the whole country has come together and support of death. Row Inmate Rodney re. WHO's currently serving time for the murder of nineteen year? Old stacie sites AIDS activists shocking lots of petition on his behalf that Garner more the two million signatures while celebrities like Oprah beyond saying Kelkar dashing of all joined the chorus so those pleading to Governor Greg Abbott not to kill a man who they believe is innocent of the crime which he's been convicted initially the same like a case of the justice system getting it wrong and then being how about those committed to using platforms to create awareness. So imagine my surprise when they even go through my instagram for he caught on video by man deals declaring that she was feeling remorse. Moore's for supporting read and giving the side of those in charge of his messaging aggie. TV video called. What I wish I knew before? Rallying for Riley Rodney re. The actress writes in her cash. In this era of atwater activism. It is very easy to fall for mass movements in directors of both cancellation and or exoneration. I Apologize For my era are in rushing to the aid of this calls without knowledge of the full scope. I will be more mindful in the future. We'll be wise unseemly times then a nine minute clip which I won't be clan now because out those leading the charge and reads case for lives of omission that paint a picture of a man who is not sympathetic character. We've all been led to believe he was the campaign state of execution around the arena exonerate him was lodged supporters riding re. Who believe in to be innocent of the murder? Stacey stike sales begins this. I'm going to call it. Propaganda though was presented to people like me with a very decisive clear-cut attention to not include the entire bigger picture. Writing re as is he presents as a criminal and a danger to women now. This intro is important. Because weaponized to phrase that are advocates that activist strongly which are propaganda and dangerous. Women was. I heard those words. I sat up inattention myself to hear out. It feels very plus duplicitous that those who were pushing for this not just as family but individuals who fancy themselves activists were doing so while the knowledge that this parts of Rodney Reid is not just accused of has been linked to several to previous rights via via his DNA being discovered within the victim. He has been idea by women who escaped him. She continued so you're asking yourselves well. Why wasn't he convicted of those? All three of the cases did not go to trial because he had already been convicted of capital punishment. So essentially he was already on death row so they didn't bother to try these cases now. I don't know if you're like me. I'm like well waters because he's on death row. meaning that other cases didn't deserve justice. That is another mystery for justice system sales. I ain't goes onto the list. How read has been accused of raping women in the past one of which was a twelve year old girl to have that a law that would lost most supporters? Thought that this was not information that need to be included in that assertion to the masses that we should rally behind this person. These are not things that I feel like. You can overlook there are people who pushed this 'cause in front of people people like you and me and now addict because I also caters narrator through thinking that I had done research when really assembly just being presented with various propaganda again. The video ends our state. And I regret Lena. My Name and the defensive this man's freedom from the death penalty and employing people to be mindful about who they trust what she got right now. I'm aware often grace recently and is just barely coming out of public backlash one in recent interview with her friends over at the breakfast club she even touched on. How mostly taxing this band to be condemned and a quarter public opinion? But even if you don't care for our personally we have to misuse. Intelligent warmer Hussein's the product being advocate for black people so ver do we saw for her sticker neck out and go against the crane like this. I feel at least warranty me looking into allegations and says the cash video India with links to everything I reference my story available online. It was easy to go directly to the sources who had had are up in arms. The first video was a youtube video which I have to admit was a compelling opens against read and those who believe in his innocence like sales recounting he did in fact get accused of assaulting other women including the minor and watched one of his alleged victim. Speak About the day he tried to rape her and the similarities. Ladies between hurricane felt very damning by the end of the clip at the checking the facts presented. I walked away thinking. I could see why feels feels like this man may be a danger to women. But here's the thing y'all at the very least there are often three sides store yours. There's and the objective truth so instead of letting one fourteen minute video convince me of a Black Man's guilt. I did what I fear. Sales didn't do. I actually kept digging all right. What she missed you imagine if you were witnessing the highest court case where the prosecution went out presented decided in the jury I was asked to come to a verdict with what the defense had to say? What is what it appears happened at the seals? Watch read those pieces of his re because without within just a half hour see her side. I was able to quickly quite easily. Come back and see why he still received objectively deserve so much support in the specific case in in which was convicted. I obelisk are with the fact that the entire case against based on two things at Thailand provided by Stacey States police officer boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel who a a lot of people believed to be the actual killer and cement found on stacey size that belong to re re may be no boys doubt but to be clear neither was Jimmy. Feno what fin or was was though was a hothead policeman who in two thousand seven was convicted of kidnapping the sexual misconduct against a woman who was in his custody from the Fed's actions along paint a picture of a crooked cops who was invited to let another man gave frank for a crime he may have committed. Yeah Yeah we'll see about this 'cause I mean I'm not saying this is is not true but it's kind of that thing whereas like it isn't it doesn't necessarily exonerate read But the people are saying I think he did get a stay of execution for like three months or so. I'm GONNA look into. I can't remember the exact number days but I don't know anyway. First of all does at the time I with the DA presents the does a time on the Pre da presents proof. Vinyl couldn't have done it. Well that been disputed by medical experts experts say status was most likely killed nine hours earlier than originally believe me and ample time to ask not to mention a witness came in and once told him that if he ever girl to you know him he strangled. aww built was just happens to be what happened to the victim. And add to that. Other compelling evidence like how despite the fact that the couple's apartment was the last place she was seen alive vinoy law enforcement friends completely neglected starts to Hong for evidence. Speaking to law enforcement it turns out to several of the costs have has about Finland's gold as well and this is the part where I heard. Did you OUGHTA take out Japan's and look everything name. I bring up first of all officer. Joe Brian who wasn't officially on the Rick as suspicions about to kill it at les to look into his own soon after his independent Perot began though Bryant was randomly killed by Mexican migrant worker. His Wife Married Marie. Brian came forward to say that before her husband passed. He told her that investigation led to believe killer. Maria says she was a surprise. Then obviously egg Salad Salmonella. Who wonder if people are seeing the crop just four months after he became involved with the case he was found dead from what appear to be a self-inflicted gunshot one? We're a problem with that determination. So mellow was shot from his left hand even though he's actually actually right handed which is held a suspicious giving people tend to source. I almost always shoot themselves. Dominant hand however his brother Scottsdale smeller says despite being right handed shooting with his right hand ed out and shook hands with his left hand. Which means someone who knew him in passing like a fellow officer was attempting to stage? A suicide might mistake handshake for indication. That okay okay. This is a lot of lot of conspiracy thought. You know what I mean like and I kinda what one of the reason I really I found it hard to listen to. What was that? Show A podcast. You guys talking about where yes Syria where it was like I. Everything is like we will examine every conspiracy to add on. Didn't do it and we'll just kind of Pooh Pooh on all the evidence that he could have done it. Acids present in all the WHO doesn't write a letter that says I'll kill my girlfriend a manga. Who hasn't done that? We all were seventeen white. Well you know I. I'm not saying they definitely did. It definitely may want me to think he didn't do like I understand how this product and they also can have a man that did crimes in jail for Shit. Did you know he did on top of this he could do right. Scott also points out of a need for it yet. When they went to his apartment it had been ransacked? Its computers hard drives all gone if someone was attempting to frame for suicide taking any incriminating evidence he had with them. And let's not forget the unidentified officer who owned the day. stikes dykes funeral. Her Fennel Worcester Body. You got what you deserve and identify or inmate who served time with fennel during this kidnapping thinnest. Sese flat out confessed to murder to him a convicted crooked car with a history of sexual misconduct. Who people have heard verbally to the crime who threatened his girlfriend and she cheated on him? Sounds like enough reasonable doubt to warrant a new trial US especially when the black man who she allegedly was having affair with is now sitting on death row. What evidence do they have? It wasn't a fair though. I wonder I don't know like I. I don't know 'cause if semen was found on other people that claim they were raped and it seemed almost out on this woman and then the hour. They were just having consensual like what I wonder what they got from the like where that came from. This isn't a fair this video this thing. Okay what we can all learn. I suspect what happened here. amandus found wasn't a saint. It may have been guilty of sexual misconduct and his past and then immediately lost all ability to root mm for civil rights after that was understandable emotional reaction but most of the facts are two very different things and luckily for us. The system is suppose acknowledge that how many times is an unarmed black person killed by police and the first thing we do is read off the highlight reel of all their accomplishments. We say we say. They were class Valedictorian balding talk about respectability Shit. People do right was Rodney. Read a potential serial founder of a former life. Possibly that would be up to four court to decide based on evidence but if Dylann roof can speed up all those innocent people and mother manual still get lunch at Burger King on his way to a fair trial at the very at least riding. We deserve the same. I don't know about that but okay you know what I mean. Like this thing where it's like white men get white privilege and often do not get any level of real justice in like real like consequences. I don't know that that's why I don't think the system should be as vindictive as it is against black people and stuff. I don't know that the way we treat white people is the correct answer to the shit. Either right that's kind of of a kind of a strange you know Dylan russillo death row. Because he did it so I you know they still ended up on the same place. Justice never come during. Go ahead. No no did you say you. You wanted to just sum it up all right. I mean how much more just required as a prerequisite for someone to be on. It isn't isn't just an hour isn't just at all. Ironically we got appointments in about gave them video this weekend just made me even more how messy cases like this one are exactly the one is. We need to be examined in order to create prisoner foreign. We say we need if you only route four hundred type of black purchasing art ruined for freedom. You're perpetuating Tokenism I'll rodney reads for. Supporters are asking us for the brother to get a fair trial. Where are all the evidence is presented? How can anyone not married and that? That's not propaganda is supposed to be. The law aren't care where does it. Oh that was long for no reason. Okay and Is like so so. This is a person's piece I was just going and just finding stuff just just like Amanda was sewed road this was the quote unquote counterargument to her point Okay like I like well. I think this is what I was GONNA say. Okay so prison reformatories. An abolition is actual. Tough work yes And people that work in that industry for real for real not just tweeting Shit online right but that really go a work with him as that deal with reform in in prison. who deal off prison abolitionist? Even there's a big contingent of them online who talk a good game because because it's good theoretical exercise. They hop online. They can do purity police a naked. Shame everybody gets against the the idea. And they call everyone vindictive given all this shit but when you bring up certain stuff they don't have an answer for so what they did in. This case is a lot of them. Hit this news past because because they don't have an answer for these questions. Well this guy is a serial Predator women are you saying just gets to go back on the street. That's it because we don't have a place to play him. And there is no penalty that you feel can justly encapsulate what should happen to a black man in the system. So does he get to continue raping Ad Infinitum. Like we just gotTa sit back and let it happen and this is just the cost of a better system where no one goes to jail like. What are your solutions to this solutions? And they don't like answering that question the reason they don't really have to answer that question because we're not ever GONNA get there You know in my lifetime will never gonNA get there with the most incarcerated system In in the world is definitely a former slavery is definitely targeted black people so they just ride Out those notions but the ugliness of the of these of these circumstances they like to gloss over is. Why Make Fun of that Shit? Because I'm not picking on the idea. I think I'm very close to prison. Abolition prison reformist like with my politics and my belief system but I also recognize when somebody online is saying something stupid S. I make jokes at the stupid shit. It's like when people used to be. They don't do it as much they used. Two to three years ago when there was a Bernie Sanders. Black people start taking on these socialist ideals online but it turned out to be Patty Shit about people they don't like and shit like like it wasn't actual socialism. It was purity twitter shit where you get to sit on people not try to spread the message from word and get to be like. I'm smarter than you but it's not an actual. You're not actually trying to start 'cause you're not even starting organizations right like you're just talking you're not even trying to educate people on So y prison abolitionist though And Death Penalty abolitionists. They just don't believe in the death penalty for anybody and what they have. What we have is when these celebrities? Everybody's join in these twitter accounts on social media. People that have like following. Joining people are such fucking sheep. They go oh Hashtag free-riding re exonerate innocent black man Blah Blah. They don't do no fucking research in an arena. Guy Down article where his charges are The trial Outta case they don't care and if you present the other side they just GonNa you coon ask our white propaganda like we have. The people are so polarized Hawaii divided now. And there's no nuance social media. No so you can just do the light all good or all bad and it's present something to you as all good motherfuckers motherfuckers. Just be like cool all good right. That's the end of it but let's talk about what social media is. You can be prison abolitionist. You can't be a death penalty abolitionist. If you're like these niggers on twitter Hulu Hulu dig up old tweets from celebrities or someone. They don't like from seven years ago and demand that the motherfucker like be cancelled or apologized. Ask or not supportive or treat them as if they say shit yesterday or then. Don't believe any apologies. These people are not forgiving people. Nope at their core they give the social death penalty to everybody. Everybody any celebrity has ever done any fucking thing that you do not have a heart to forgive you. Do not have a heart to justice. You don't have a heart to let people back into society right because the whole point is to let you you know because we you actually get down to it A lot of people go okay. You've been locked up and you serve your time you need to be able to be integrated back into the sidey. You can make an the thing is this shit is right so so like perfect example. How many people might Nicki Menaj for who she got married air too because fucking former criminal right right reprehensible crimes saying people talking about prison? Abolition death penalty abolishment ban. The box all this shit. That woman told her personal life to date this man who she feels either reformed or whatever story. But I'm about what she decided to do that. We don't get your our Regina or her body or decision making people roast at woman on on the fucking daily. I'm not saying it's not. Avid is not escalated by her. We all know how she gives out right a lot of because of how she gets down to But the point is we don't root for former fellas and shit unless we decide unless we decide there's certain crimes we decided okay and starting ones that aren't these he's out there realities that people don't want to confront so when you say something about your prison abolitionist. You can't be a prison. Abolition is part time. You can't be like okay criminal. Abolition like either you believe it. Oh you don't have criminal twitter on twitter either. You believe it or you. Don't right in real life. I know people who work in that field. They not telling you they're not selling your pipe dream right. They'll tell you straight up. Look some people in this society. I don't know how we get them back in. We ain't area and what I do hope for is more humane conditions in prisons. Where they gotta be? That's a real NIGGA. Just going to be locked up but but at least you know is going to be better conditions. 'cause it's theory align is real people's People's lives when you meet people face to face right so that's real you know so for example In this guy's case he may be actual rapist. People get well he's no Saint Nigga. You're downplaying it any other time. Someone does anything to let let it be the metoo movement. You don't want that and they get to work again. You want him in jail. You want to enter the jail. Let it be our Kelly. We are not advocating for this negative to be walking around free MHM If you don't accept that. Duality that reality then. You're not really about that work. So what happened. Is People discovered what was being hidden from. Now now why would he thinks hitting from them because the people that started this shit were in the online space social media where periods of rains so they had to present to you a man that that you mostly could not know shit about because that's the only way you were supported if they said hey guys this guy who may be a serial rapist is on Death row for a crime. We're not sure he got a fair trial for. We just like to see him. Get a fair trial people would have said. I'm not fucking help you you. He's a rapist necessarily is going to go for most people. The same people who claim out while you always got to say this Latman was in church a why we got to say this black man got straight as when the cops killed them. It shouldn't matter it does matter it matters to you. Actually chilly it matters to you because most people are never return debt plano consciousness. Where you really don't give a fuck about the extenuating circumstances you say it's about the principle this shit? Most of us are never getting there. Most of us are gonNA be like no. That's just a little to hang for your boy. Good luck with your which trial. That's where most people are going to get. You know I'm not saying there. I'm not saying they're wrong. I'm saying they hypocrisy the existing. Everybody just you know. And that's why I try not to advocate shit that I know I can't support so I don't say shit like against it. Definitely 'cause Dylan Ruben. Existent if they fries ass. I'm going to be like good. Why would I lie to you like that? At least you know honest. That's these other negative allowed to you. You know when I see Amber Geiger gets teeing years. I'm white that's not that much time for killing black bars just killing you. fucking house ooh That's really not that much time so cannot really be like well you know for prison. Reform out of prison for a certain mouth is to be frank. Certain kinds of crime lives and the sad part is if you truly want to be about prison. Abolition you the most people have been sold and this is because the most palpable. Oh feasible and the one that people find the most acceptable. They've been so this this time of non violent drug offenders. How many times nonviolent offenders? If we feel we could free the NIVE Allen offenders they should be able to be back on the streets there non violent offenders number one how many people are not valid offenders. But also you have to kind of be violent when you're imprison KRIZAN. You had to kind of be violent and somebody situation where you're selling drugs. You have to kind of be violent because of what other nonviolent offenses so yeah I sold drugs and I had a gun on me. Guess what that counts as yet. That's a valid offense. I didn't kill nobody. Shoot the gun. Having the gun could be considered instead of violent offense -nother thing is it. We've free all the nonviolent offenders it would be dropped in the fucking bucket that is not representative of even close to the majority of people in prison. So while we've been so that we've been sold that because it's all in in pure technical minds can take. That's not actually A. That's not going to solve the problem. One abolish prisoners either. No so we have cases that we feel this way about. We have people that we feel this way about many of us feel differently about sin. Toya Brown that we feel L. About You Know Amber Geiger agreed light right like we like these. Things are circumstantial situational and I think celebrities and social justice activists on twitter and Shit saying the right Hashtag is a lot of people to go. I'll just re tweet that right. Oh Oh. Snow circulates petition outside that no problem but that is not really their politics their signing running it because of the social part of social media to be part of the crowd but and you know it's not their politics because the second you found a rapist. She was like no no no no no no. I and I didn't know what I was doing. My into right don't research just the topic research. Oh cell because the EWA gives the death penalty like that. Or you're not really. I like that you know like you say the death penalty. Abolition is a prison abolitionist. Either that or you're not you can't be that. Sometimes this is how it goes so so. Stop calling yourself sheet. You not doing you just doing it. Because it's the way the same way. Every account was a fucking socialist. Seek three years ago and now Byrd. He's not an elite no more lying. I mean socialism is who he's okay you know but I'm not looking online arguing that socialism anymore like that's not the wave no more you know. It's not social media Anymore so yeah man. I just thought that that was a very that. Conversation capsulated a lot of stuff about Social Media and prison reform and social justice and shit. How is a lot of? It's just a function of Click Like favorite. Oh Yeah. Oh Yeah John this petition. I like you said that. That's the social part of social media. And once you wrap your mind around around that you can almost predict trends almost like when something happens you you can almost predict the cycle on what's going to happen and who's going to be on with aside like once you understand that concept and make social media so much easier to navigate and then locking up our own man where things you gotta realize. Black people are the hardest on black people in the criminal. Justice like we like to outsource that to whiteness and white supremacy the white justice. And I'm not saying why haven't any do it but I'm just saying we like to outsource that as if we just somehow innocent victims of this we are also also condition and believe in forgiveness for each other. Yeah we've also bought into the system to you know a lot of people go fuck the police. The goddamn in my house getting broken into who calling him. Well the PUCK and police locking up our own looks at Washington. DC black is black as black gas city chocolate city with black people at every major decision making level of the of the local populous is uh-huh people conservative his tail but people us do so talented. Yes it's us to you know so and then when you throw in the way the gender works on Social Media and the way people are so divided da you know sometimes you find out crimes against women is back the black man the trash for this do calls over. You know I remember when it was darling opening grand closing. The added statutory rape in his passed. It was like take his ass off the tee shirt. I marching you know like more complicated than that and I the say way. I don't really I to be frank. begrudge Amanda Sales for this. You know because maybe this ain't her passionate saying her lane maybe she shouldn't have been over there and that's the lesson she learned today was I don't really feel all these fluffy fillings about getting this dude out when I realized this other things he's done and that's understandable that's really the most also fuck is being quiet on shit. They feel exactly like she do they. Just stop talking about it tweet. Threw it out about it right now. They don't do through black mutant keeping trucking sadly man. When I saw this should be talked about I honestly said That's not in well in just stopped this over week or two ago I was like Nah. That's not going to end well because these niggers are not who they say they are. They are not about that life. They're not going to say and when you go to other crimes he may have done. They're not gonNA just go and I said I'm against the death penalty negative. I don't I'm not saying he's of the most of them are going to be like. Oh wait what mostly things Matt Lizard over there fucking tweet about ovaries. You know what I mean like. This is not a these pay people. Petty people are not good at at at that type of consistency. The sheet the Williams moved to Fas- pass speaking definitely massive. Remember this but what are we they have all this client can definitely well one of the reasons. We don't have any death penalty because we can't find anybody. Paul wits she. It just ain't right mother because I'll put it. I wouldn't take all the time began. There's always Aaron's death like I know. No no I'm serious man. It'd be like Pakistan with we Pakistan. You're still someone to do come. You don't want to just show him the hair you stole it. That'd be going to be given. Yeah Yeah we talk my shit cooped up somebody low somebody could steal they get out of jail for you. Get another Sir Max. Oh I know you are randy. pepple may have broken. The People's House fell asleep in any somebody tat. Joyous gotta go lenient Little Merrill Serious Public Hangings UH status deals. I'll give you hanging around Denver. I will give them no lab depth on a straight electricity gas return. Holy Brennan among all man game. We just hold our breath. Being held lecture fucking lethal injection. That'd be the next step down. The president of you all are sounds good. Yeah Trivia. Yeah Yeah we see. No field is a big hole. Something the other day May at home we rob which was doing the show. Six Jelly donut fully what happened. We got rock. Oh Rob what it takes to. Police say give circle all law enforcement. OUGHTA have a damn good ought to have a gun. What the ball? I taught them a security guard house. You House Dude. What the fuck are you going to do that to see arrested cribs? Now come on come on let it come on. Come on come on recipes recipes Arriva Harris but yeah man but not necessarily as people think I. That's Kinda that twitter shit. It smells my man. What else happened? Jada Pinkett Smith Says Tiago and beyond rich she knew how to get I'm Nosey. That won't McCain Booker Guest. No one he's issue human being quiet trying to get on people oh well on on twitter. BMI shitting on this but Table talk show. I don't care what they say. You know it really is I got I just wish they would megaplier gas Yeah I love that show so I wanna see it. 'cause they all confront him and they won't do it in twitter fashion of screaming over him other people say I wish we had a table prominent man they could hold them accountable and ask because women need to not do this work and I I agree except tabled on exists. So where the fuck are you on get. These prominent woke men that can sit down and school him on aside Johny where where did he make live where today exists. Point me in the right direction. Goes I don't know what black man are doing that type of work within in blackness and checking each other. They don't really seem like a lot of people are prominent stature that especially black men and the have any in like feminist or warmest. Leanings or wherewithal to even appreciate that common shit like Lagmay for the most part. Spend time arguing with him in this shit right. Exactly I can't think of one the L.. Yulianto Yuliana Charlemagne remained on it Joe Biden aimed on like who can check to. Ah like that. That's not happening. So it's going to whoever is going to be inclined to check him on that and have a at least background where they can check him on. That is GONNA probably be a woman I think I wish I could think of some do but it was motherfuckers patting themselves on the back about it or they're just leave it at that but you know people that you were respect within the industry. I don't see that happening. Like Jada. Pinkett Smith A name. The Red Table is a name right in. Oh so I don't. I don't know what it is a black man that even fucking discuss it like this in that type type away and I don't think there's a lot of want for black men to do that kind of and also that's a very tight wrote for a lot of black men who walk because Uh is a lot of black women on you that are GonNa Disagree Ambi Pretty Passionate about it. So he's talking about do. Do Women have experienced and you have not been right so you know maybe Jada you know in her daughter her emma her mom. Maybe that's a great place to sit down and one of the things I liked about it is. I'm sure they will bring them up on it. I'm sure they will confront him on it but it doesn't have to become a yelling contest. It doesn't have to become them trying to admonish him for twitter. Likes which is how people on twitter likes it because people twitter hours like no. Don't bring him on. Don't Oh give him no more. It's like I don't understand. He not learned a lesson. And you don't want him to learn a lesson. 'CAUSE Y'ALL WANna stay in the same place that you can keep deep bloviating. He if their goal is to educate not just him but a whole bunch of other people through him right. You'RE GONNA have to confront ignorance to his face in that way you know like that's something that their platform is very good at As far as bringing bringing people up there talking about their issues and making them feel heard and seen but also being like well. Let's push back a little bit on this. It won't be the the confrontational shit. That people WANNA say twitter so hey don't watch it it right anybody know Burbank. No fight no. That's not what you're GONNA get. Yeah Yeah I'm actually low key Kinda. Glad he didn't do the opposite. which is gonNA press tour of breakfast club Joe podcast and stuff where it would have been a lot of people laughing integrated high fiving or at least crazy doll but for the most part not really checking him on it right like because he could have done that you know you could be talking to kill Mike Right now? Somebody they ain't. Nobody stopped him he's still ti like somebody he all. These people going to be scared even if they we disagree they'd be a little bit scared of say some about it so anyway go look out I will be tuning in and I hope it's good you you know it is funny how people turn on that shift so fast. Oh God it's funny. 'cause I remember when it was thank God for the ray the table and interviewing Jordan the girl from the Kardashians. Thank God for black women supporting each other and then the second day. Take Acre risk or do something that is what a terrible idea right. They do a lot of good work on their Especially where willow being there are at the table. I love they talk about like sex and they talk about relationships and stuff I love that willows. There for that Shit because people don't really think about kids. The kids and the younger generation needs to be in the room. Because these things are happening motherfuckers watch you for your and go man. Wow these kids I. I don't envy like why Willow in on the conversation because he's already doing this shit either having a key talking to you about these things talking with you about these things talking to somebody audio's right could they. Yeah they talked. I Love Them. They do great work Ari Lennox Brandon entitled by Fans after she complained about losing the soul train the war to Liz. Oh our links took to twitter at the soul. Train awards on November seventeenth express her disappointment about her album shea. Butter baby losing the album of the year award clapback back critics. This is She's a black woman. Singer I'm not a huge fan hers. I'm not saying that in the shady right of I've never say I don't like somebody I just haven't really sat down to it yet but Yes we got like she. She got a good following on on black black people twitter. You know 'cause a lot of people that there's somebody and I'm like ooh me But you know how Lizardo people are saying. She's more pop then then and so forth and so she shouldn't be winning and awarded South China wars which is weird. 'cause out trying to ward dozen reward just so music Just call trying awards not it really for so music But it was nominated for the prestigious honor alongside big names like Chris Brown Colle- Ella Mae a her but when liberals because I love you ultimately one Detroit we see made it now. How does she felt snubbed? It was not just an award. It wasn't any award show. It was a solid train awards and you can see. I'm a big Fan of soul music and huge fan of soul. Train's history one is many tweets. Being snow hours expecting there was definitely only prepare for just not buy them. My tent was never say other nominees. I'm hurting I don't expect Solis haters to understand that. Every time I wrap my mind around I just can't accept. It feels like a break up made a cellphone album. I never ran from WHO. I suspected that one platform to understand that tweet posted and got the attention of many twitter users users. It didn't take long for them. Start calling them out for complaining. Ireland is van entitle. You felt you earn in a war and it went to someone else. Look at how many artists who've been in the gay eight twenty plus years and never received certain awards night holds the record for most grammy nominations ever without a single win. 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Ireland definitely should have won over. Liz Liz Oh God. The one song are has consecutive here at the hit. That's not true as far as Liz only having. No one's own Liz Liz. Liz Album was. I'll charge like it. Sounds to Liz. I responded is disappointed about allows where we look out. Yeah all I know is Linzo. It's kind of a sensitive ended. A person online as well Ari Seattle moment and shared a bunch of Shit that she probably should've not share with the world. Rocha's twitter is natural France right when once you people have the right to voice their opinion about it so tough fucking lesson but like that should be tax that should be group me the whatever like the DM but you can't share shit like that with no consequences that's like the twenty eight or whatever. It is what it is now. You GotTa Get Fried for. I thought it was interesting where there are people that attack Liz. Oh out of all this because I thought it when overeat thing happened but I wasn't Jose yeah sure what it was but now that they dated over this where Liz. Oh really monitor fucking business and didn't say a bad about nobody and was was coming for her neck and call her music for white people and Shit. Yeah somehow black we live in a pop and rock and roll. But if you win an award in those lanes you do for the white people. Okay Because it wasn't your faith all your life you know and to be fair I used to feel I I came on the show and actually apologize about it now. I don't even know too but just talked about how ridiculous I was. But Dummies about rock music and idea maurice charges shambles like wait. We convinced that Shit. Why do I think that's why people shit that's me given up space that I don't have to be given up ground for something that is black back at colony white giving them credit for some shit saying wait thing with jazz out? That's why people music Glenn how That's eight I on my part taking it out on some other people so I think that's where a lot of people are with their be ignorant right now But I thought that the reaction to Liz Uber eats thing was a bit over the top when it happened whereas like yeah it's the Yes. He apologized she. Senate did that Blah Blah Blah. But there was this kind of like vitriolic that came in her while I was like damn I liked her you now. Now she's body positively. She's arcane with. She got a flu. She's talented. You can undergo baby. Everybody every are these. My fingers are propped up for fear you can only go but so high you get too high or you quota or we feel like the white gays zone you. We've feel like you're getting too many looks whatever it is. We've made up our minds and then is no-hold-bars we can we talk about being fat. WE WE GONNA call all you out about quote unquote all these days that we've added problem with you all along but we didn't want to quote unquote go against the trend. Yeah so Lennox had fucked up moment in Public League shitting on another black women woman and People fell into place. Arguing about the flagging Argument which black one was better rather than just with me and I you know it is what it is like. Most people are not going to be able to look at me like eight dollars. She just clearly having a moment in either like take that off line. You know. That's what you need friends. That's why you need nutrients in Somebody say what did she say about Lezo But it was also tweet she. So you just read all the tweets She didn't directly at Lizardo. But Liz won the award. So Tha basic she basically saying light lizards should not have won that award. Oy and that is because Liz. Oh is more quote unquote cool than her. So that's not basically saying it's not about her talent or her music or her ability and shit like that so I don't know how anyone that one there war could read that and take it as not uh not not a slider anything like I say. I've never heard of the woman music but it doesn't mean anywhere hard and Gordon for like. Now it's funny I Do not rely Liz okesene until I her. Most recent album I was oh just Yeah I mean and the other thing is as all people some of the people. I really don't know what they were thinking but I saw people being like. It's just a soul train awards amen. I'm actually happy that black people care about Black War show agreed. That's note and I hope it continues You know to see people try to lie Downplay that Shit I don't know about that For the our money year is not always so no. I have the history for people that they should be go to soul album. Nine hundred ninety seven to park is on me. That's definitely not so. Let's hip hop right up. Nineteen Ninety Eric. Bye Bye Wisdom. which is Neil? So Oh Lauren. Hill the MIS education in nineteen ninety nine which is sold pop? Shit a Lotta the jars are Kelly Ara. That's that's probably so Dr Dre Dr Dre two thousand and one definitely not so Jay Z the blueprint. Two thousand two. Definitely Emily Nice. Oh Nelly Nelly veal you know. That's not so I'll cat speaker. Box love below. Beyond say I am Sasha fierce usher Raymond vs Raymond. Chris Brown famed Nazi pop album drank ocean channel. Orange Kendrick Lamar Zucchero city. You get the point is not a soul a war for two years so you know outside that she didn't get the things you want to. You know you go back you work hard. Yeah that's the thing. It can't be disappointing. You know we your forwards and you lose like like that. That's a real thing. The real feeling right right so you know works out for her in the future. Speaking of which Speaking to Liz. Oh she is being officially sued by that post delivery person talk about a language that woman talking are recovered. That story and language was also somebody got a hold of me and I got the words see was out there like I. Just don't know my emotional distress is causing me to miss time from work and I say Oh this one. Do the my mom the ducks in a row lizard should reach out privately and apologize. I'm like you mean privately and emit complicity. 'cause that's what happens when people got Loy Oy trying to make me and say like as the one hundred thousand which means she definitely worth a million we soon this motherfucker ooh who was like this will come to pass you right? That's when I'll be begin noise involved even like knows no reason top now lawyers speaking. She says she really add member. She was talking about feeling like life was in danger. And I'm not trying to trying to doubt it. I don't believe people are GonNa kill her off of that until he. I don't believe it. I don't know that she believes it. What I do know is of our still lives? I will say it. I mean you could face on Prince Street so is the problem. Yeah I would say it because I want to get paid so yes I was scared for my life. 'cause you know how Liz fans hit killing people left and right come overhead. If I'm slowin one I listen. I thought them Niggers GonNa kill me. Okay he operated out every second. I don't do nothing but stay in the house with the lights off. y'All okay now gonNA get out of here. He Keeps Room Doc. It's traumatizing that good. So is what it is and Jerus- officially cleared it allows to over fire fast. Never dies never never never a chow was spotted working in the kitchen of understand park laws in Texas like they baby to work in. Barbara's back he'll take your children day's coming earlier and earlier every you know instead of having them just fitna lobbying doodle damn. That's a lot of pressure of all the places for a child to be learning how to down that we don't want it to be a papa's with the chicken chickens down all in grease and then shit frying. Yeah Wow I thought. I had the article that there's a picture of the child. Someone took a picture of it on the phone and they blurred her face out but the hardest hit me and I. I know you shouldn't be laughing disk because terrible abuse but yacht. The baby had apron all that. Yeah if that maybe they'll work somebody was like I'm tired of you and up. You're doing nothing. Come back and get busy busy busy like they put that child to action to work that that maybe he got on. Somebody's got them. No no no no no. No you think it's the most fun game allies back and get to work boy. I thought the kid was going to be like just handing somebody. AP's or taken no Dang given row taking the a male staff member who went on to cook it and he was part of the team a shout to the person that took the picture. Because you know my next next question is did you did sit around away for your chicks hours. Yes because you know what else did little baby go. Yeah won't five chicken sandwiches. Okay okay. I can't put a two piece box the fuck out because I believe you don't want to see that child. I just WanNa know they saw. The child took the picture. This still stood in line for their chicken salaries. That's the question you don't want to compare it to you but I know that all took care. I'm not saying I feel like everyone was new shakes out I just not. I'm not sure it makes you a better person that you took them to still like our like our Mike I to be chicken sandwich. Yes they waited. They waited on taking too long junior. That's that's why they really took the took the picture in the first place but I think too Goddamn Long. got that baby back there right. Need that Grillo boy. The sandwich tired of this shit. Okay so it has arms. Couldn't stand about cry the Moon we can we go home nigger small chicken downers. I gotTA interest free. Yes yes yes three. This is what happened when your parents don't Whoopi. They make you go to work and do chicken and say they make you work. You'll nestle does what's going to happen You keep getting MD's okay you're going to be here with me doing chicken everyday life. Is that what you want your own Hemi another breast. That will change my life forever. You too mom. I'll go on to college. My my nephews look again which is which is with those blacks. We're just game where we're black guys. Play the game. We all hate the players fucker. We're black people. The game we go all around the globe finding articles megadeal fuck the wheels Somporn scores zero. Two hundred twenty five did as the test. Is everybody a all right. Story number one four four fucking black people Michael Bloomberg pushed stop and Frisk policing and now he is apologizing. It ahead of potential Democratic presidential run former mayor. Michael R Bloomberg of New York Lee has negative percent of black folks. Okay negative center blackhawks but folk votes vote. Yes oaks voting. Yeah Black folks. People don't understand New York because meal is supposedly like it's really quote unquote liberal place. According to all the angry Republicans but like they got some like Rudy. Giuliani snigger. Like they got some wack Nigga. They have voted for that clearly overtly racism racism. He made a rule that he can have a third term. Then turn around and it was like I'm GonNa make us okay. The dude is again fucking. They blow they voted for Like what's that MC bill de Blasio but they hate him now like how things keep winning. What are the rules in New York right now? I don't know is it like because I hate this land into New York contingent of black folks again but I did this weekend in us. Down here is that was having all ages letting fat joe say Nigga and it it it extrapolates the Lebanese stop and Frisk is being charged. What's happening how they doing this to people up there hold the line? You know what they're doing the same Shit Diem Liam up deadly doing the US down here is the prison to vote they get there must be asked again you know I can't I'm GonNa go with that. 'cause I refu- impose ooh left and right and shit yes. I've never met a black person that likes this dude We're going to be sure Nigga boat. Divide the Black Sun with Afro and I steel deal. Nobody likes him like. I'm just not sure what's happening up there the D. Mato could somehow he winning anyway so this one is running for president now and he's defended. Stop and Frisk four years after being out of office but in front of an audience he declared Clare during a speech. I was wrong and I'm sorry for his his policy. uh-huh it Come on my computer. RUGOVA'S PURSUE JOE BILLIONAIRE OVER HERE NEXT JAY Z and beyond Osei. And not a place today. Hey put your talk security. We're not getting in with guns Artemis. That was a test test. Start the hey guys as you sorry and you welcome to the cookout. No you get gold-plate what why no use Danone own outside and smell the fresh fried fish osteo. This is Karen this happens. All the time care wasn't listening earlier. How did he said I was wrong? And I am sorry. Sorry sorry so ties. Carriages get carried away because she he does it. Let us know wrong. He's sorry don't know and I pillow that cookout protesting this time. NOPE NOPE wow okay. Wow tough tough crowd yeah he I is the first week. Says he reemerged. The Pasta presidential candidate happened in late. But still I know that when one of them drops out you don't have to replace as on with like a fucking Hydra right right. It's like people we won't discuss it. We wanted to get smaller. Because I'm to the point that's what I was running out until we narrowed. It's too many. It's like fucking clown car now down to the good fo people. Did you got my attention. I don't care to then yeah I heard still be doing but just not officially come on. That's what I heard up. He also said had a black people was the reason he did this to support us like like black people stop. I know that's why I'll be protesting that cookout. Of course the heavy Yo play you know aluminum pole they heavily targeted black and Brown. Young Man. This this is was pointing to me is this is the Kinda Shit that people accused Hillary Clinton doing where Hillary Clinton had I fucking abandoned and apologize for comments years before running for office if people steal like look pander dismal actually legitimately slapping faith pandering like the day before I was up here. Lifestyle prefers good black people love it. It worked for every steady achieve folk all the results out allies. I ruin. Thank you about Dan. I don't know what he's doing. Pollen that negative two percent talking about. I'M GONNA win. Get the fuck Outta here. What I think is happening Lizard Warranty talking about taxing? These billionaires and the billionaires are turning into motherfucking containers like fuck it. I'll do it myself. I know he didn't say but John Well. Yeah I'll do it myself. It putting on their billionaire glove. It'd be like I'll just run for office. I I mean I don't know maybe another thing is and I said that she didn't twenty sixteen. Donald Trump successfully lowered the qualifications to be a candidate. Now Dumb Act can run. And that's why I was like y'all are fray. OPRAH'S GONNA run. Because I think Oprah lost her miserly certainly because he lowered the qualifications to rich Ramos. Why not run? You got name recognition. Why not run just fucking fuck if you can do the job actually just running? And that's why we have so many Democratic candidates because everybody that got like three friends on twitter feel like they can run shit like you know what I I have toil followers. They're going to run for president Until Sunday he steadfastly at his critics say stubbornly defended stop APPA free marketing only mocking only a few months ago. The very notion of undertaken apology tour for his brother record. He still behind the program which gave New York police as I was just. We established any crime even after a federal judge ruled in twenty. Thirteen violates constitutional rights minorities though he is now now distant policing approach has another prominent champion and president trump who call for it to be used nationwide and twenty six appraiser tactics game last year L.. Coming to size of the same coin but yeah so I can't imagine what his WPRO numbers are. They can't be high no peeking. Kiss my ears. I don't know how does one election in New York I don't I don't I don't know somebody's go all right and explain that. I'm sure the ship probably several units in New York and I'm bonus suppression I I. It's got to be some played a bill. Not about away is not just him like a lot of money because they don't like Giuliani And now they don't like the Bazi. Oh so how do you win. I wonder 'cause I don't like them. I don't know anyway. Good luck zero to one hundred hundred because as soon as he lose you're going to be back to Friskin. Yeah I played your cards for him. Fuck hell that's such blatant pandering do unbeknownst doing like you didn't even try. Didn't even that Ryan Neela like months ago you just months ago come on man Judge Joe Brown is in the news. He is not here for Harriet. Tubman is twenty dollars bill because he says putting a black woman on the front of US currency. Let's see before a black man get. That honor is is an before is an insult to the black race. Oh Joe Brown oh good for you is. This does not an onion article judge. I mean the shocking comments were made during a recent interview interview he did with the breakfast. Dr Umar Jazzy. I'm no one. I got a question for for you judge if I could. Yeah sure why audio so then because I would hate any Liselis and particularly feminists for Miss Interpret your comments it's earlier on the Harry about them and they can go drink the health and I know they hate themselves because they got to x chromosomes instead of an X. Y.. There is this an impression of Dr a is really ill is did. How does now just run out? I hoped non-real no judge Joe Brown as a whole I Maria. I think it's really I'll I'll maybe I don't think he doesn't know his comedy gets. Is this fate sale. Aiding and they're saying well I'm also I also wanted to clarify for me as well judge Because I know you mentioned Thurgood Marshall Dr King Frederick Douglass and I just I just wanted to clarify with you that your comments were not suggestive saying that by doing the Harriet Tubman movie. Maybe that that somehow undermined the works of those great mail years. 'cause that's no objective is I've heard it from the Hollywood sources. I have these feminists are trying to do this movie so they can get a black woman. Put on a twenty dollar bill. Listen Oh oh oh. Oh Ukraine's real discount bureau don't just can't just has to be Fay. who only this doing this on block? Spot learn AH SPREAKER DOT COM close enough which we are. Yeah as a platform I would never use. I'm going to the Youtube. Who would video was posted? Maybe comments let's say as a joke. Please be a joke. Just drove around. Doing streetfighter heated debate. snippet part wanted to to only by Valerie Denise Johns The comments did not see the thing is Joe. I love judge. Joe Brown agree everything. He's saying. Here's Pete the truth. Speak the mother fucking truth. Gesture Rana's right I didn't even see this angle too. He made his point. He's so wise. Oh you're going into comedy section. Oh but I wanted to see if they ha ha girl does a good impression ooh No we stand to comment section now and homemade. This movie is to solve them the public up to the idea Of taking a black woman who free slaves By leading them to freedom and getting another one like occur on a twenty dollar bill. They can't get a white woman so they want a black woman they don't care they just WanNa woman and downs masculinity now everybody on a bill is not a dead president president. Don't forget Ben. Franklin he was never a president so that's plenty of precedent the put in somebody black was never a president. Like let's say if we WANNA to go back to the nineteenth century like all the rest of the people are on their died off in the nineteenth century on the eighteenth century entry. We've got been Franklin so we can have Frederick Douglass but you think I mean do you think uh-huh okay but you don't have a problem with a black woman and in this case. Harriet tubman being memorialized. In whatever way that come you don't have the problem with that. Do you work for her. If it's on a bill before they put a black man's face on one I have a big problem. Why why because of relax? A nasty group is determined by its men not in it. You put a woman on there before black man is insulting to the black great. Because you're saying how many damn put a woman there birds. How does he employed does he? Did he retired arms de Vito was whom on a boss reason. What does that have any? I don't know I know hotels don't like this shit. I know I don't like doctor. Dr Do now hold on. Are you going to do. Aw I may I just comment Queens. I mean you go into law the afraid to go beyond a twenty dollar bill. No and ain't nobody going to believe this talk. Nobody all of our God and I know they don't like it because the Communist said why are acting up to. I'm so sick of Ham. Am lately is clear that if me must survive are men must be leader. Wow Wow these things I've math or what is the point of putting a black woman On a worthless dollar bill constantly depreciate and but I do agree with judge Joe Brown this country is all about emasculating. The Black Man Bob Lifting the black woman I that movie movie was all about romanticizing slave and a slave master and making a black man ability bigger long really. I don't get why people don't see the symbolism in that movie a Hollywood is full of it you know they was tweet known to it about it. Those dia how Judge Five Clap emojis. I agree with you. One hundred a man not afraid to tell the truth all caps. God bless you judge. Please keep spreading the truth. I'm a woman and and I'll say what they're trying to do our men. I see what they're trying to do. Keeping new at the battle with the only group with respect to one for they respect the man and his not by accident fuck feminists so glad. We still have the honorable judge. Joe Brown stand tall on the front line representing people I suppose supposedly represented they want our men hide behind their women shaking my head bay. God bless Di Remorse. No I would not Nid Ends with pick me. Choose me click here. How tetris Theresa at U U Yeah you don't need to bring them all right Omar Muslims donations from black women for school. He's not gonNA agree with Judge Joe Brown even though he's right I'll follow the money. I guess. Follow the hotel money. God Damn does jove around. Jesus that's very special. Is he on crack. What you just said is one of the most insanely wing ideology things I've ever heard at no point in your rambling incoherent response where you even close to? Anything could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it I award you know points and May God have mercy on your soul judge Joe Brown one accuser by beyond crack right. Oh my God I disagree. I don't see any other reading Harry Malema leadership. IRA going black woman a black race by say imposing. Losing your sense of responsibility on motherhood is Dr Raising some decent young men instead of these monsters that you have running around the house where you don't want to have the father involved with them being real models and pay attention to it. How is the woman? I'd never understand that argument. Because they always get over the fact that the men grow up to be terrible men and been the main don't raise their children and then the women don't want Mazdas men around around children and then they also say it's the woman's fault but is never a fact a negative becomes a monster and it's own them is. Joe Is Judge Mathis the one that say about on crack. Maybe math is crack. I don't Judge Mathis Crack Jersey Joe bribes not crack judge. Matsch thing everybody no matter what the fuck you. Therefore he doesn't grabbing his weed. Yeah cert- he stole. My puppy is the puppet on crack trek. Like what is your sold. The puppy for crack less beyond somebody he owns. Some grant asked me all cranked. The gas from crack about chains hit of crack house. Me I would like to me. Whoever has the crack in my chambers will brief recession We'll be back in twenty minutes. Let's take a crack recess. Everyone I'm gonNA give everybody a hour to go find crack. I know how you crack is need to do awesome crack and meet me in the back of Y'all meet me out back. Maybe sells crack. Maybe that's what it is. I don't know he's like. Are you on crack trek. Would you like to be again the best shooting down if you got twenty dollars. You can't be on crack in my courtroom. Okay you just need to play cards right and you get some crack. I guarantee you that got down to the hotel boy. I don't know how this is world coming out to judge. O'Brien hotel me. Not Judge Mathis. What is the world coming to All right you know. We've been two hours. Do the store wretchedness and get out of here. Okay Oh man I was one hundred. Yeah Oh two. Cars drew fucking Cars Disney hundred. That is ridiculous. They put around airport black man. Because they're trying to destroy emasculated. Hollywood surprising go to doing that. Ain't GonNa make the Black Man Gay. What thin black man like? This is five more minutes. Oh Oh yeah you know he. He crossed all the lines. There really need school money. He was I. Don't know Haggai works another baby Mamas Milo like this when I need you. Take me The TSA official Instagram Macau's joke strange items. They found throughout the year. A man man learned the hard way Friday. That soars don't belong to carry on luggage. Notice it you become a lot of story. I got there like year dot. It's the bottom of the plane. Maybe this story because I sal Powell was was that the last one style. I don't know they really start blending together together. Otherwise why are you ready for headlight. TSA The other one was all you know this sign one. Yeah because he say he got he died Kerry because of the value of pushing especially the plane. I let's find a different one day guys about So they didn't have it. You have it on the plane San Antonio Tony Omega down at the laptop back a he has not been identified. Let someone bar his laptop when he asked for it back the suspect stabbed and what the sore shoulder. Eddie failed downstairs. I Spun Rod to the resident or at twelve thirty and the victim was taken to the hospital in stable condition. Deadliest Elyse Solich. Can I borrow your laptop. Sure a person would have saw what. It's not joe foul but it's not natural out all right we'll talk to you tomorrow for Walk Day recap. Thanks for listening to next time I love you.

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Turismo Activo. Tiempo de reflexionar y redefinir  Reto 16 Cimas

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Turismo Activo. Tiempo de reflexionar y redefinir Reto 16 Cimas

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Science in the House of Wax

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Science in the House of Wax

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My name is Robert Lamp and I'm Joe McCormick and hate his finally October, our favorite month of the year. If you're new to the show every October every year, we spend the whole month talking about Monster Science. Spooky. Stuff and we have got a firecracker to kick kickoff this month this year I think because Robert you and I both got wax fever. That's right. We are going to be talking about wax. In particular, we're going to be talking about walks and human flesh wax in the human form. What happens when we make human bodies out of wax how do we feel about that and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA, start at the I guess at the the end of this consideration like if this were like a drainage pipe, we're going to find where it empties out into the river of popular culture and John Film because we're GonNa, talk about wax horror, movies house of Wax Movies, Wax Museum movies, the treatment of wax in horror. Cinema I love your metaphor here because yes climbing in through the sewer grade is the only way to infiltrate the wax fortress. A now wait did did you end up watching the nineteen fifty-three House of wax? No. I watch the the wonderful trailer for it that contains no footage. In just a just a whole bunch of crazy fonts and promises about what the film will consist of and how it will change your life. Oh Man. The lettering of the titles is actually one of the best things in this movie it's like very bright orange and it's zooming out the camera so that the House of Wax Nineteen fifty three is a vincent price feature exploring the dark mania. Of Wax Crime, and it is made truly exquisite by just seeing after seeing of of back to back three D. effects money shots where there is, there's a solid five minutes in the middle of the movie of a guy just doing paddle ball tricks straight in Berlin's like in in Jason Three D. where he's like shelvin the knife toward the camera in that level of of Three D. exploitation. But other than that. It is a film about a wax sculptor played by Vincent Price Who is obsessively devoted to his craft and he's got this belief that his sculptures are somehow real people who can speak to him like he says, he'd rather die than have his sculptures destroyed but then he's got this scheming evil investor who wants to burn down prices Wax Museum and get the insurance cash and so he does this and price gets injured in the fire and then He. To Wax Crime deciding that he's got a he's got to kill people and use their dead bodies to make wax figures for a brand new museum, which is weird because it seems like that would kind of take the artistry out of it. Right if you're just using real dead bodies, like wasn't the whole point that you were crafting them. Yes, and this is this is something that first of all, we will see time and time again in wax horror movies the idea that the wax figure is actually wax cast around human victim. And it's almost like a like a weird backhanded compliment like the the artistry is so perfect in these they look so lifelike they must be made out of corpses. You took a corpse right? This isn't the this isn't a product of your skill, your murder, right? Right yeah and and they're like whole scenes in the movie were characters are just sitting around arguing about whether or not this wax-figure is a real person or not. and do spoiler alert. It's it's. You know that that that's not Joan of ARC. That's my friend Matilda who got murdered in the elevator last week. The quick quick fun fact about this film I was reading that it is. It's it's largely responsible apparently for really bringing Vincent Price back into these leading horror roles apparently prior to this. He was doing a lot of you know second third billing, relatable characters and the because of this film, we see some the real horror films to come with Vincent Price they'll have to say vincent price all the likability always shines through no matter how deplorable the character totally he's always that same lovable Vincent Price but I I didn't realize that about his career. So maybe he was like coming out of the era where he'd been the narrator in a made for TV adaptation of a Christmas Carol. Yeah the equivalent there. Yeah. But then also there's a funny thing about this movie. The is that it's notable for featuring a very young Charles Bronson as a character named Ebor whose prices assistant in wax crime which seems a little bit on the nose. Yeah. but then also you know there was a remake of this. Oh. Actually, I think the fifty three movie was technically a remake of an earlier movie that you might mention in a minute before I ever saw the fifty three one I saw many years ago. The two, thousand, five, I guess final remake of House of wax was marketed almost exclusively on the fact that Paris Hilton was in it and you would get to see her die like literally there were posters said see Paris Die Yeah. This is a weird to think back on because this was a time when Paris Hilton was at the center of media. Attention, and this whole this film was sold entirely on this idea of celebrity death worship. I tried to watch it last night. It was a brief experience of intense suffering and I did not I was we were not able to finish watching this It is probably the most mid-2000s thing. I. Have Ever Seen. It's just two thousand, five in pill form. So you've got Paris Hilton, you've got Chad Michael Murray is like the bad boy who turns out to be good in a pinch and then there's a character who shoving a digital camcorder in everybody's face remember when every horror movie had that for some reason. It would randomly intercut too grainy digital video for for no apparent reason in the soundtrack is just constantly coming in with the you know sudden compressed guitars and the but rock voice stabbing into your ears It's it. Yeah. I couldn't finish it. I was reading about it this one I I have not watched, but apparently, the Wax Museum in the film is supposed to. Actually be made of wax as well, which sounds stupid. But it's stupid enough that I at least have to commend it on committing to such a ludicrous notion I. Yeah I don't know I. didn't get that far this time and I do not recall from the last time I watched it though it does feature a Paris Hilton made of wax or at least covered. In Wax all of the characters look a little bit waxy anyway and I would say, well, that's an intentional effect for this film in particular. But really I think that was just the visual style of Mid-2000s or movies. Now let's see. We're we'RE NOT GONNA be able to touch all the wax horror films in this episode really say much about him I will say that. Waxwork which came out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight was a lot of fun and had a pretty fun sequels. Well, it has the guy from Gremlin and Gremlins to and Zach Galligan. Yeah. He plays in both films and David Warner plays the wax master the villain in the first one, the waxwork films I recall are very, they're kind of you know the genre. Of. Fantasy film that existed at the time where it's like you're skipping channels and you're being thrown into different realities. Yes. Yes I do that's what the this was based on. It's like that plus Wax Museum horror film I remember it being kind of fun I haven't watched these since the nineties but I I remember them being kind of fun late night viewing experience. So it's kind of like the montage at the end of West Craven's Shocker Yeah I guess. Okay. now, I should I should also point out that the nineteen thirty five film. Mad Love. Starring Peter Lorre of this one of my favorite weird pictures and prep probably my favorite new to me film that I saw this year it actually features a wax double of a popular performer as a plot point. Yeah. So you see it you see popping up again and again at least as an element in a weird or a horror movie plot. But it, but but but just weird wax films in general, they seem to go all the way back. It appears that Wax Museum horror movies a basically just are across the entire landscape of cinematic tradition. The earliest thing that I was able to find was a figures to Siri I would but the or the man with wax faces from nineteen twenty-three. And this is a short silent French horror film based on a short story by Andrei, delord a French playwright of the the the grand Good knowl- a tradition. You know the sort of hard decapitation plays of the time. Green Gene Y'all we we talked during. Yes. With the I think we talked about this in our episode about the the masked killers, right how like the Jason Movies and all that sort of grow out of the grand guignol tradition which was like. Just extremely gory stage plays. which into interesting interestingly, enough also part of the plot to mad love. Also another kind of cool thing about this particular film it was apparently thought to be a lost film up until two thousand seven. Oh. Wow. But even even during the nineteen twenties, there were multiple. Movies that came out in this film's wake. There was one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three while Paris sleeps. Nineteen twenty fours, waxworks, Nah one, thousand nine, hundred, eighty, nine, seven faces and and other film in Nineteen Twenty. Nine tattle chamber of horrors in subsequent decades would prove. That we had plenty of tolerance for more wax films. I think that you pretty much have wax films popping up in every subsequent decade of of of of horror movie history. So the idea that wax figures are inherently creepy is not one of these like not creepy nece inventions or discoveries like how I don't know what year it was that everybody decided clowns creepy you know but this seems to be like a to go basically back as far as wax figures go right the there's always sort of this understanding that they had extreme horror potential. Yeah, well, it's I think it's definitely GonNa be one of the things we explore in this episode but it clearly throughout the history of cinema, it's always been established like there was never a question. There was never like a pre waxes creepy era in cinema. And we we should also note that that prior to the nineteen twenties there was just a history of Wax Chambers of horror You would find in museums they would have this rogues gallery of you know generally serial murderers, burglars, and grave robbers this tradition dates back to. Even before that so In a way wax was a medium for horror before cinema became available to host all of our fears and our revulsion. Yeah. That's reflected in in the fifty-three price movie that you know they. They're getting pressure from potential investors to say like, wouldn't you make a lot more money if your wax museum was full of murderers and people going to executions and he does end up staging a of those scenes but I remember actually going to madame to sows and like I was just kind of shocked by how much of it was just absolutely like purell interest in like gross and violent stuff. Yeah. Basically, the the wax champion of horrors was the original murder podcast. So I'm joking but of course, I think it does show the that interest has always been there, and we have to find a way to express it Culturally I should also note that there's literary tradition here as well. Most notably the wax works by Charles S Belden which was the basis for one thousand, nine, thirty, three's mystery of the wax. Museum and the Subsequent House of Wax Films and fifty, three and two, thousand five. Oh, I see now there are a number of these wax films that I have not seen but I felt like I needed to watch something new I got so excited about it. So I ended up watching a large. Portion of the nineteen, sixty, nine film nightmare in wax. Is this the one that's got Cameron Mitchell in the photo looking William Shatner with an eye patch I'm glad you brought that up because I think there's something about I was thinking about this earlier that that Cameron Mitchell is like he he he's very similar to Shatner in in many ways you know has similar similar sort of body and stature and also you know similar like like stereotypically handsome face except with Cameron? Mitchell. Everything is just a little more dangerous than unsettling like like you can. You can trust a character played by William Shatner, but you cannot trust character played by Cameron Mitchell and Cameron Mitchell played the captain of the starship enterprise. It would be an entirely different universe would have been very. Very dark starfleet. If he was at the at the helm, he's Shatner with lurid secrets. Yes and in this film he he gets he has a lot of time to shine as much as anything shines in a film that is this grubby looking in this grubby sounding it's. There may be a cleaner cut of it out there I don't know. But the the version I watched is the one as of this recording currently on Amazon prime and it is it is grubby. It's I had to put on the subtitles to understand what people were saying. It is you know it's it's it's just the sound quality of the thing I wonder which is more visually unpleasant. This one or the two, thousand, five movie I think in different ways like this one this one has a lot of gels and it's like again, the the video card's Kinda grubby. There are a lot of scenes of a of a GEL IT Cameron Mitchell. In this kind of dark satanic robe with. scarface I patch constantly just chain smoking and drinking and having these just really insane maniacal monologues as he's either by himself or when he's tormenting of victim it's it's a weird one. I went ahead and fast to the end just to see how it wrapped up and it just it ends in nightmare and madness. It is a film that makes you feel uneasy. Well, maybe we should talk about some of the aspects that apparently have to show up in every wax movie, right? Yes. Yeah. there. There are certain certain things you're always gonNA find. Facial scarring order formity seems to always be there seemingly linking the human likeness in wax. In. The idea that it could melt and that it is you know an imperfect medium in which to work. It's not like stone comparing that to the actual fragility of human flesh. And on top of that, almost all of these movies have some sort of a wax master behind it all often the wax master is the one that is scarred and it's generally played by some sort of interesting character actor. Okay. So the three you got vincent price he gets he gets burned in a fire and then his face is scarred and then turns to wax crime but he there's variation in the fifty-three movie, which is that he makes himself a a wax face of his old face. So for a significant part of later part of the movie, he's going around looking like regular Vincent Price but it's because he supposedly has this mask on. Yes. That exact. Same situation pop up in other wax master films. Not, always. But certainly the Cameron Mitchell character here is is an example of that but but some of the other characters that have played Wax Masters include Peter Cushing. David Warner also, John Carradine So you know this gives you an idea that the type of kid basically your you're you're middle-aged horror movie lead the actor who will say yes. Another important aspect of wax movies is if you can afford it, you've got to have a cauldron of wax and someone needs to either go into that cauldron of wax or be suspended over it. Yup Yup all correct the I got a bone to pick with the cauldron thing in a minute here when I get into a mystery of wax, but I've got another element that has to appear in all these movies, which is that the Palace of Wax Must Bernice. There's a fire and you get to watch the WAX figures melting grotesquely. Because of the textual similarity of wax to skin sometimes looks surprisingly like a real human melting. I don't think a real human would melt quite like that. But you know something about it looks organic. You know it doesn't. It doesn't look like a just a normal type of inanimate object at something kind of like alive and coming apart and it almost makes me wonder if like all these wax movies where the the wax figures always melt could be the source of the Melt, movie? Trend. Oh. Yeah. I I think that's that's a good point but I want to add another thing which is that I don't know for sure but I think it's possible that this common set piece of the Wax Palace burning down is inspired by real historical events because I found an archived article from the Guardian I. Guess it was the Manchester Guardian at the time for March Nineteenth nineteen twenty five about a fire at Madame to SOS in London from that year. So it looks like the so there was a fire at. This wax museums. Very famous popular. Wax Museum in London the fire started in the evening around ten thirty one night and then firefighters showed up the had extinguished by midnight. But there was a lot of damage and while it was burning, it reportedly turned into a huge spectacle with the Guardian reporting that possibly ten thousand people assembled in the neighborhood to watch watch the fire or be nearby that number sounds high to me I don't know how was estimated but then again, I guess they did not have TV at the time. but there's some real gems from this article. So I just WanNa read a few quotes. One of them is quote. The Fire Brigade was under the command of a Mr a R dyer who was brought to the scene from a theater where he had been spending the evening with some friends despite the fact that he was in evening dress, he took an active part in the operations. So you've you've got a guy in a like a fancy tuxedo commanding the firefighters at at two sows and then Once the firefighters start to get the blaze under under control. It says that the men of the salvage corps started running in and grabbing wax figures out of the exhibits to bring them out to safety the salvage corps thing there were like a force that worked in concert with firefighters at the time where the firefighter is be trying to put out the blaze and the salvage corps which would be running in trying to grab stuff to prevent property damage law. I don't know if they were somehow funded by insurance companies or something with seems possible. But. tarita quote from this article, two of the Salvage Corps men were seen struggling along with a huge cage containing a green parrot, which after a moment or two hopped onto its perch and began to show signs of a return to perkiness. This was a a apparently a famous green parrot of Madam to sows, and there was another report in the Evening Post that says after the it was I guess that it had been sort of rendered sluggish by some smoke inhalation but once they got it back outside it's sort of perked backup and this this report in the evening post says, then it startled everyone by remarking this is a rotten business. I can't do a pair of voice what air rotten, business and. Then one more longer quote from that Guardian article. Members of the crowd inquired after the safety of Charlie piece Kripa, and other notorious criminals from the Chamber of horrors. So people are out there yelling like house crippen do and is he okay? The site of the salvage men shouldering the wax models was a strange one, an eyewitness who lives opposite Madame too. So is said in an interview that the fire was a wonderful spectacle strong red and golden flames leapt fifty feet from the roof of the building. The wax models could be distinctly heard sizzling. It is strange to think of the number of imminent and highly respectable people being burned in effigy in London Madam to SOS, famous waxworks bread it's net far and wide with at least forty people of the present parliament in scores. Of Note, abilities outside were represented in wax in these burning galleries criminals represented in the Chamber of horrors however will have no feelings in the matter as they are all dead. Although this is great because this does also get into some of the ideas we're going to discuss concerning. The likeness that has been created and wax and its relationship to the living human. Or the deceased human and whatever the case may be. You know there are some photos online that are alleging to be of the aftermath of the fire madame to SOS they appear to be of like varies like charred and and partial remains of wax figures I'm not I couldn't confirmed that they were definitely from this actual fire but wherever they're from, they really do look absolutely horrific it's. It's. One of the most nightmarish things I've ever seen. Yeah. It's just like bodies and lifelike heads in there. Just kind of. clearly just kind of like throwing up against a wall temporarily. But it it. It is bizarre to look at is that it is unsettling because they are they are lifelike and yet lifeless. Now, there's an interesting thing that I want to get into for a minute if you don't mind brief chemistry diversion, which is the fact that all of these. These feature a roasting burning melting hell wax at some point. It kind of raises an issue about the chemistry of wax. What actually happens when wax Burns like what happens in a candle This is something that I probably should have been able to intuit the answer to, but I went most of my life. I think not really knowing the question of how a candle works or you know what? What is what is happening when a candle burns down because this is key be we have to to Realize that when when we get into the discussions of of wax bodies that have been created like one of our primary relationships with wax would have long been the candle and so we bring that knowledge of what a candle appears to do to our I think to our consideration of wax bodies and wax art, etc. Yeah. In a candle is despite being a very mundane object it's actually A little bit more mysterious and mystical the more you look into it and it's actually a wonderful scientific invention So so technically, you know you've got a lot of different chemical compounds that are called wax. There's not just one thing that is wax wax is the umbrella category for malleable organic compounds that are solid at room temperature and Lippo Philip meaning that you. Know, they're not gonNA dissolve in water they will only dissolve in oil or other non polar solvents and basically almost all waxes I think perhaps all at least almost all are hydrocarbons they're made up of hydrogen and carbon atoms. The most common type that you will find for various consumer items and uses today is probably paraffin wax, which is a modern industrial product. That's derived from petroleum I created in the early eighteen hundreds but people have been using other types of wax for thousands of years. There are a Lotta types of wax that are derived from animal products. For example, we're going to talk about the ancient Egyptians in a bit, but they were certainly lords of bees wax, and then there's landline which is a type of. Wool wax it is secreted from glands in the skin of animals like sheep I believe called the Sibelius Glands, which is a good word for for your tool belt but there's also a sperm city, which is a historically, very important wax that came out of the heads of Wales like sperm whales and bottlenose whales, which some people once believed was literally the congealed semen of. The whales stored in. Ted for some reason I it's not it's a waxy material but so you probably know from experience that candle wax, whatever it's made of generally is not flammable in the sense that you know oily rags or something are you can't hold a flame up to the wax edge of a candle and and watch it just catch fire instead. It's going to melt and run down the side right Nevertheless, the wax is the fuel for the candle flame when a candle burns, the fueled spurning is the wax that the candles made of and the crucial factor here is that wax is not flammable in its solid or liquid state, it has to be vaporized into its constituent hydrogen and carbon molecules in order to. Catch fire. So the way it works is once you light the wick, the flame melts a little bit of solid wax around the base of the Wick, and then once the wax is melted, it gets drawn up into the wick via capillary action. Just kind of the way that water is drawn up link of a celery stalk and then this liquid wax gets even. Hotter as it gets sucked up into the area where the fire is and it undergoes a second phase change into gaseous form of its constituent molecules, and then the fire happens. The heat of the flame causes those gaseous molecules to react with the oxygen in the air, and this creates more fire keeps the the flame going and as long as new wax can be drawn. Up, into the wick, the flame can keep burning candles are actually a rather ingenious invention but there's also something kind of uncanny to them even in their Monday and form, which is that unlike would coal or other things that we burn on purpose candles burn without leaving any ash or any solid detritus that the wax? Burns. Simply disappears completely into thin air and this. Is. Certainly quality of of candles and wax that that influences are magical thinking regarding lax oh. Yeah. This will definitely come up again certainly with ancient Egypt and things like that. But this actually leads to a very fun and easy science experiment that like if you've got kids and you WanNa, try this at home I just did this myself earlier today. A you ever notice how. So when you first attempt to light a candle when the wax is still completely solid, it can kind of take awhile right like you have to hold the flame against the Wick, you have to put it right there on the wick and usually have to hold it there for several seconds or the candle won't light but if you leave. A candle burning for a few minutes First of all, you might notice that the the burns almost perfectly clean with no smoke. You know it's kind of a a miraculous looking thing when you notice it most of the time if there's a fire, you're gonNA see smoke coming off of it. But then if you blow out the candle suddenly you will see smoke it'll. Be Smoke rising off the wick. What is that stuff? While primarily, this is vaporized wax. This is wax converted to its vaporized forum condensing into little droplets in the air as it rises off wick, and now it can't react with the oxygen in the air anymore because the flame is gone, but if you hold a flame up to a candle that you have just. Blown out while the Wax Vapor is still rising off of the wick you will notice that it lights much more easily than it did it I in fact it happens almost instantly and you probably don't even have to touch the lighter lighter flame to the wick. You can just hold it close and the difference is that now the candle has been burning for A. Few minutes there's already wax in its liquid form and even and sketches form rising in that smoke, and this brings me back to the the fact that the fact that those bubbling cauldrons in the wax movies you know the the fact that vaporized wax is so flammable is one of those reasons that that all those movie scenes with a bubbling cauldron of wax. Are Scary like if you're trying to heat and melt wax for sculpting, I think people are are usually advised to do it over a double boiler. You know. So you have water boiling on the bottom and you're using the steam from that to heat your your boiler with the wax to prevent accidentally heating the wax to the point where it becomes extremely flammable in dangerous. And if you know if it does get to that point if you have wax reaching its flashpoint, it's also not the kind of fire that can be easily put out say by throwing water on it because throwing water onto lipid based fires can be very dangerous. Make it worse this is excellent advice for any would be wax masters out there looking to set up their secret dungeon studio yet don't play around with wax. Now again, we're not able to reference every wax horror film. That's that's come out. You know we're trying to sort of stick to the the generalities here but I do WanNa to point out that there is a really cool wax based entity that shows up in TV's doom patrol which is a current television series based on the comic book, and in this case, particularly grant Morrison's run with the title. There's this cared candle maker that's this wax dripping Candelabra headed being with with candle light on its head and in the pits of its is. In the comics, it's described as being an aggregate for this thing that's created by unconscious tension surrounding historical crisis such as the threat of nuclear nuclear annihilation and the comic version is quite ghastly as well. But the TV version also creates this wonderful ambiguity of melting flash and or candle wax, and there's as it begins to tear into all the characters around it. There's also a lot of. Melted Wax Shenanigans in the way, it dispatches people in like leaves them covered in now dried wax behind it man that's a great idea for monster. Yeah. It's pretty good. I was not familiar with it prior to checking out this show because I'd never actually never read grant Morrison's run on doom patrol but Yeah. It's a wonderful creation and it's brought to life rather nicely in the show she we take a break and then come back to talk more wax. Let's do it. Everybody the fact is more than one hundred and nine million Americans experience cybercrime last year and victim spent more than five hundred million hours trying to resolve their issues. That's a lot of victims spending a lot of time dealing with cybercrime. There are more cyber threats every day, and it's hard to know how to help protect your devices, online privacy and identity in today's connected world. So there's Norton three sixty with lifelock. 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Let's talk a little bit about the idea of of wax and magic whacks in ancient magic with with focus on the human form. So years ago we did not that many years ago. What a few years ago we did an episode titled. The Tears of Ray. All about the ancient Egyptian art of beekeeping and the various uses the ancient Egyptians had for wax and honey, both of which were considered that the tears of the God ray and we chatted with author Jean. Krinsky about it because he'd written the Stylus Book titled The Tears of Ray and. Certainly encourage you to check out that episode to hear that interview. But we're also going to refer back to some of what we discussed concerning wax in that episode Aright. So, Egyptian physicians would use Beeswax to treat wounds. They would also give you a wax amulet to burn as we discussed already, it burns brightly burns up completely symbolically and by extension magically it you know the ideas it consumes the illness or the thing that is created in its likeness is now just magically evaporated from the world through fire. Yeah, and apparently this is not something that only happened in ancient Egypt there there've been traditions in a number of different religions I think in in a pre Christian Rome. There were also like, yeah cases of people burning wax effigies of say an organ of the body or something like that to try to get a blessing from the gods or to defeat and illness of some kind, and it seems to be there's something about the way the wax would disappear completely that made it seem more magical, right? Yes. we'll. We'll get into that in more detail but certainly a, you see that in the pre Christian tradition and then as an element of Christianity with the use of votive candles. But but yeah, the the Egyptians were super into it. They use these wax for it for a number of different purposes. I mean these is an adhesive. They also used it as an embalming agent, a light source in artistic medium. So already, we can see the idea of wax being used in many cases in physical contact with the flesh of the living and the dead, and also also is something out of which to form likenesses of living flesh but but there were a number of magical connotations here as well. And part of that, I think comes down to the an certainly a gene. Krinsky made this argument that a lot of it comes down to the particular properties of wax. It's it's malleable insoluble in water it doesn't discolor and doesn't lose shape after being molded into its desired form, and in that respect wax figures can last for centuries. But also if you place it in the sun, it's color can change which Christie. Believes might have been highly desirable as well. Given the importance of the God Ray and son in. Egyptian Yeah. Okay. So it's almost like the God is is continuing to work his magic on the products of his of his hidden industry, right and then of course, there's this idea that it leaves no ash behind that it burns cleanly almost magically apparently the salt eight, twenty, five papyrus. Describes how wax quote could be used to ensure the destruction of Seth, the God of confusion, disorder and violence in the murderer of Cyrus. So you'd simply make a beeswax lightness if your enemies and you would burn them to kill the name of Seth. Now, the very nature of these likenesses are figuring 's would seem to suggest that we're we're probably not likely to possess a lot of them, right? Yeah. That's apparently one of the issues I. if it is a a a small statue that's meant to be burned in consumed they're not going to be that many that remain but still we see plenty of other wax sculptures that apparently had uses wax ambulance and whatnot show up. In the remains of ancient Egypt. And then there are also various stories as well. For instance, there's a Twelfth Dynasty myth tells of a priest by the name of. Lebanon air which always sounds a bit like I always read it and I. Picture Webinar my my head but. Terrible word. I want to purge Webinar from my mind. I wish I didn't know it. Now. It's it's kind of life right but at any rate, this particular priest mayday wax crocodile using herbs and spells, and he threw it into a pond where his life's lover was bathing it came to life swallowed the lover and then vanished a week. Later he called the Crock up from the depths and then he touched it and the animal turned back into a wax model disgorging lover the Pharaoh watched all of this as it happened in decided well, actually the lover should die. So the model was transformed into a crock again eight, the lever again left forget. Make up your mind. So. Anyway. That's certainly checkout. Gene. Chris Book. If you want more about ancient Egyptian use of wax and. Honey. But but basically, the idea is there were a lot of magical ideas about what wax is and I think it can help. These ideas can also highlight some of the just the universal aspects of wax that make it attractive to the human imagination. Yeah. One of the things we didn't even really get deep into here but also worth looking up you've never seen him before look the. Mummy portrait's these are some some of the most striking paintings I think that that are extant from the ancient world I mean just like it's hard to believe the level of color and detailed still visible on them given how old they are and a lot of these paintings were made with a process that was able to preserve the color of the pain because the Painting Inc wax instead of just regular paint it. Use something called in caustic painting, which I think is where you you mix beeswax together with your pigments and this produces a a a type of painting that is more durable over time, which is, which is interesting because one of the critiques and criticisms is often made against wax based art is that it is it is so impermanent the idea there's just gonNa melt away. It's not going to stand the test of time. Clearly, you know as we've discussed so far and we'll continue to discuss there are there are a number of of examples of wax are that has stood the test of time totally and yes. Once again, if you've never looked up the FI- mummy portraits, they are absolutely worth a look it's just shocking. So if we fast forward to medieval Europe, we we see a world where we're waxed. Still has is important for a host of reasons including the use of wax tablets, sealants, candles, torches, you know all the the basic material uses for wacky might expect but also they became useful in the creation of death masks man I love a death mask it's an, it's an interesting I think complex topic because it comes down to that big question. How do we remember the debt? Because as with all of our memories, memories, faces are subject to change erasure elaboration and more. Plus there, there are differences in euro abilities to summon visual images to today we have photos, we have videos to help us maintain the likeness of the deceased, but there was a time. When would you know other than painting? and. Other artistic traditions you know, what were you going to do? Well, certainly if you wanted a You know one hundred percent realistic depiction of an individual's face. You only had so many options. One of those options would come to be at least for some members of society, the death mask one of the most interesting things about it to me I guess is the question it raises of Does one want to be remembered as one looked at the time of death. Like. That the image of you, that should be preserved. Yeah Is a difficult question to answer I. Mean. That's ultimately one that they probably comes up in considerations of even modern funeral. Traditions you know certainly. If your body has been embalmed you're not going to be laid out to look like you did at the moment of death or anything. So ghastly but so it's going to be your body at that final state of life like if you're an older individual, it is going to be your aged body, not your youthful you know vigorous body, etc.. Like it's a very common practice. Now, even at a, you know an open casket funeral like people can come and visit the body as it looks in-depth but very often, there will be a photograph or a number of photographs like right there beside the coffin of the person younger they were in their prime. So yeah, I don't know that I would necessarily want to be remembered exclusively based on how I looked after death but I I guess that was often the best time to get in there and make a cast of the thing. You would. First of all, you would see even back in Roman days, you'd see wack sometimes used to preserve the features of a deceased person for the purpose of of modeling or sculpture just to to sort of keep it all together long enough to D'Amato a copy of it but if you're going to create a straight a death mask based on a person's face, you're going to need to create a mould. And plaster was often used just plasters used today for for facial casts certainly, everybody's Seen A. Makeup fx documentary at this point and seeing that performed on your your your favorite actor. Or Two, but but on top of using plaster, Wax could also be used I was looking at particularly Iris I J M Gin sums, death mass unlimited, which appeared in the British Medical Journal in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five. Point out the they would sometimes poor wax over the features and these would often the resulting. Death, mass they created would within be used as a source for use in other artistic works, but by the eighteen hundreds. We saw changed the mass became sought after in and off themselves the creation of this. Lifelike. Face. And the resulting plaster or metal version of the face was used as an object of remembrance in and of it self not merely as a model for other treatments. That's interesting. I wonder if that has anything to do with changing attitudes around the same time toward I don't know like objective accuracy in the capturing of images say like you know also in the eighteen hundreds were getting the first photography as opposed to portraiture. Yeah. Yeah. This is a good point. It's. It's the difference between the The painting that you've commissioned and impress had some insight into exactly how you represented and then just the abstract reality of the plaster casts that has made of your face after you die. You know you're not even around to say, can we can we do something about these eyebrows here can have I would like this mole removed, etc. Nope this is what you. What you ax is what you get. I mean, it's like in the modern era, we tend to think a photo of a person is somehow more real than a painting of them. You know it's more realistically captures what they looked like. That was the real them and I guess you could probably say the same thing about a death mask versus you know when a somewhat interpreted sculpture, right? Now. The face is ultimately only one part of the scenario here and we'll come back to it but there's also this this rich history of anatomical wax replicas as it concerns, organs and other parts of the body hands, etc. Yeah. And we were reading a really interesting paper about this by a scholar named Roberta Belus. Throw in the Journal of Anatomy, called in atomic models and wax venuses, masterpieces, or scientific craft works and Robert. I really liked this paper I thought this was so interesting. It was all about the history of. of how human anatomy has been rendered in wax sculptures and to what degree those sculptures incorporate elements of are considered examples of fine art. Yeah. It's a wonderful paper. It's available in full for Free Online, no paywall and it has It also has illustration of these work has photographs of the various waxworks that the author is referring to. Now one of the areas that Balestra aero begins with is going back to burnable effigies of wax and the author notes. That pre Christian votive offerings quote could be of any kind but often reproduced parts of the human body representing healthy or diseased organs. Now, one thing that Balestra Arrow points out in this particular paper is how between the thirteenth and seventeenth century, a Florentine and foreign nobles in Florence. Would Commission life-sized colored wax figures of themselves which were dressed in clothes. They would you know you could give them wigs and basically create a stand in for yourself that would just hang out in church. As. An Act of devotion. This this is so weird. This is amazing. You remember the episodes did a few years back about religious technology So you would have for example, the prayer wheel you know the way this is trying to create a machine that can accomplish a religious or supernatural objective by doing prayers for you at a greater rate than a person could but I I also wonder if there's some sort of Viga idea of religious technology here where if you can create a good enough likeness of yourself to put in the church, it's almost as if you can accomplish being there praying all the time while being in your actual physical body somewhere else and doing other things. Yes, it is. It's really hard to even kind of fit this in your head because on one hand, this seems like the kind of thing homer Simpson would do in an episode tried to put a wax version of himself in church so that he doesn't have to go but then it also again, we have to think about the magical ideas about wax the like what happens when you create a life like version of yourself especially when there's already this history of creating sacred objects out of wax. It's it's ultimately really tricky stuff. The tradition here seems to have impart of involved out of that death mask creation practices well, because this would have been the treatment befitting regal face in death but hey, why not in life is well, if funeral wax body could stand. Ian For a corpse in a coffin. Then why not stand in for the living body as well? Why not in a in a way like stand is like an additional antenna for the human soul? And less. We skip over that too. quickly, I mean another thing Balestra talks about in her paper is the idea that say if you go to a I think it would be like a a seventeenth century or sixteenth century funeral in France you you might expect to find a wax sculpture of the dead person. How strange? Yeah. I mean in a way it gets right back to what we were talking about do I want everyone to see my old body? In the casket, how about a wax version of me that can be you know a little more beautified let's put that on top. That's exactly what you would see but I we should get back to these figures in the churches because this this is just too good. So you would have a rich person would commission a wax sculpture of their body. That could be put in the basilica in the church to just live their basically yes, and there would be multiple figures that would populate the inside of the church alongside wax models of organs and the like and also some non wax models but apparently wax was quite popular and this practice continued especially in Florence and a few other areas at least until. Leopold. The second band practice in seventeen, eighty, six, the author writes quote. These boaty is they were known in the Florentine. Vernacular were present in nearly all churches and Florence. But in the Church of the Centesimus Anansie Oughta, they became a major feature turning the sanctuary into an enormous museum of wax figures of all types including body parts as well as whole. Figures this gets even weirder in a minute, but I'm going to hold off for a second. That's right because the MEDICI family the house of Medici I was looking at a book titled Medici Women by Gabriel Langdon that is I think the deals predominantly with with women in the powerful house of Medici family, the Italian banking family political dynasty of the time. But, there's a section in there talking about how the MEDICI family used body. That they were to first of all the drive home. These figures were not meant to be burnt in the church. They were there to hang out they were there to as a magical presence in these particular churches. And they are. They could last for decades and were as Langdon describes them ex Voto centers in these churches and by ex Voto we mean a religious offering given in order to fulfill thou but more importantly, the author writes here they made quite an impact on anyone who saw them and they served to reaffirm just MEDICI and domination over politics, and also to to drive home their divine favor over that of their enemies. But yeah, I mean, you're putting like a like a a secular powerful person in effigy inside the House of worship. Just imagine how grotesque that would be today I mean I would not surprise. Me were to take us today also just given human nature has not changed that much. Sadly but but but yeah, just. Go into Church and here is a member of the MEDICI family in Wax This is almost like a religious icon in the church adding to that what if it could kill you? Because there is a great passage and so also another thing we were reading this book chapter in a book called disguise deception and trump loy interdisciplinary perspectives, and it was a chapter by an artist and scholar named Kathryn heard called uneasy associations whacks bodies outside the cannon and so heard is also talking about the same church, the basilica of Sintesa Nunziata in Florence. And she writes quote today none of the six hundred votive. SANTISIMA. Nunziata are known to survive. The church was partially cleared in sixteen sixty, five win. The number of accumulated vody had become so great that they had to be suspended from the ceiling of the church to accommodate their volume and poorly secured vody plummeting into the midst of parishioners at prayer had become a regular hazard. The remaining sculptures fell victim to the spirit of the enlightenment during the eighteenth century when they were unceremoniously relegated to an outdoor courtyard of the church left exposed to the elements decay until they were finally melted down and made into candles. Can you imagine how weird and grotesque that courtyard? Though for a while like God that that would be a great scene for a horror movie. Given the number of of of Italian Horror Films And indeed, at least one example of a of a wax film, there's a wax mask that Dior Gento and Lucille foresee we're both involved in the creation of that is on my to watch list. I'm super excited to watch this film. So it's possible they get into some of this but if not like this is prime territory, somebody make a A seventeenth. Century horror film about these things yeah. Wow. Are Gento full CI and wax figures that sounds like the most disgusting thing? I. Could possibly imagine. Just. I'm just picturing the textures the S. Yeah. The the TRAE I've only seen the trailer so far but it looks looks amazing. But I don't want to pass over either the idea of the WAX figures suspended from the ceiling in the church which could fall and crush during worship right like it place has become like a cracker barrel of. WAX figures instead of antiquated farm equipment I want to be fair. I don't know if the wax figure would be heavy enough to crush you but it could at least injure you it would disrupt your religious experience I would I would think. So so this whole situation apparently took on kind of Colt Flavor You know which is one of the reasons that. Eventually banned But not only could these vote he be revered in the individual be revered through their wax likeness they get. They could certainly stand in positivity for powerful. Members of the family, but they could also be the target of of violence. Violence that often reverberated with a very real danger. Langdon writes about this pointing out that writers of the time described. This is someone having been quote slaughtered in wax or even as a murder. Describe the act of destroying the wax likeness of the individual, a murder well, in the fifty-three. House of Wax I reiterate Vincent Price thinks his wax figures are as human as as he is, and he says he would rather die than see his artworks destroyed Yeah. So. So again here in these examples, we see wax standing in for fleshing, taking on magical properties. The likeness becomes the thing or the person they are present in the church they are devoted to God in wax, and if the effigy is then dragged out into the street and stomped into the dirt then the violence is all that more direct physical. Now, one thing Balestra Arrow points out in her paper is that wax by it's by it's very like natural texture just lends itself so well to realism and an unsettling level of realism like it mimics flesh in a way that naturally becomes very unpleasant to people. Yeah. Like you think of why people love. Sculpture. So much know it's like, Oh, it's like my flesh accepted is it is solid it is resistant and it is so perfect and flawless. But within wax especially, if you're dealing with a look a mold situation, you can capture every detail. Every wrinkle and poor can be created his flesh like it be colored can molded, and one thing that this is something I wasn't even thinking about until a read it. Here. Is that you have actual organic materials that can be combined with the wax and actual body hair actual hair teeth and nails can be kind of melded into the substance which even just just serves to blur that boundary between wax and flesh, and she also points out that that these are the these very lifelike qualities in wax as a medium that this would be part of the reason that it was abandoned. By the artistic community anyway, it's not by craftspeople during the rise of neo classicism yet neo-classicism was a it was an aesthetic movement in the Western. Arts and literature that began roughly like the mid eighteenth century but it consisted basically of a revival of interest in classical antiquity. So you start to see artwork of the time much more favouring the style of the Greek enrollment arts architecture theatre in that kind of thing it's often described as. A move away from the highly ornamental rococo style that came before it, and it favored the elegant symmetry of the Parthenon or h in ancient Greek sculpture all of which have a sort of a simplicity to them. That is not there in the wax sculpture like the wax sculpture goes against this because of how close to real it can get like the realism actually counted against it for the aesthetics of the day. Yeah, and and I think. or I suspect anyway that a lot of what? We consider. Now terms of the UNCANNY valley effect would have also been present. With lax like like wax just allows you to get so close to reality you get into that potential that that arguable realm of of close but not quite close enough or so close but not perfect that it unnerves me. Is the art real or not you know I can look at a at a at a marble sculpture can walk through a sculpture garden and yes, these are beautiful in lifelike and the craftsmanship the artistry involved is just amazing. But I. Wonder if it's Riyadh, certainly not accusing the people of having. Taken, the corpses of their victims and use them as a models for these stone works of art? Yeah. And one of the things addressed in in a couple of these sources we've been talking about definitely in blustery Arrow and in Catherine herds chapter is the question of whether wax sculptures are art or not or. Whether people consider them it even potentially to be art there. There's some kind of there's a kind of bias against the media. Absolutely. So we're gonNA take a break. But when we come back, we're going to dive into this very topic, but we're also going to get really into the topic of Anatomical Wax Creations. What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid. The thrill of a four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine. The joy of impromptu wrote trump's. And Serenity. Of Electric power in pure ECO mode. visit. A DMV Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. I. 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It virtually disappeared in the nineteenth century surviving only in a minor way for votive uses, for example, by the creation of Ex Voto objects, statues at times, containing relics of saints and Martyrs, and secular waxworks such as those displayed Madam to Sos Museum in London as we've already talked about but it seems like maybe madame to SOS little bit, Gauche. she goes on in contrast the use of wax modelling techniques for. Dick and scientific purposes increased considerably for the study of normal and pathological anatomy obstetrics, zoology, and botany. So here, wax is finding its natural home maybe maybe it's not always perfectly received in the art world, but it definitely has a role to play in science. Yeah now now, of course, there's there's always been this connection between art and science certainly certainly in pre photographic in cinematic days because if you were a naturalist exploring the world, if you were easy, saw a new species of bird. You need to draw that bird you need to have a record of that bird. Even paint that bird, etc likewise in. We see this relationship between the study of human anatomy and the pursuit of art where oftentimes the artist is the anatomist in the anatomist is the artists and sometimes it's difficult to say, which is the primary occupation, which is the primary endeavor. Totally. But this brings us to the sixteenth century During this time, we saw a renewed interest in human anatomy and ends up sweeping across Europe human. Cadavers proved the most essential. Source in exploring the mysteries of human anatomy and anatomical drawing was still an essential tool as well. But the two dimensional medium had its limitations. Access to cadavers was also not universal and we've discussed they were in short supply at time. You. Know people were afraid of their bodies being stolen by the the grave robbers. Yeah. If you were buried close to like the Edinburgh Medical, college, you could very very possibly heavier corp stolen for a dissection. There I mean this was the age of dissections in order to educate and study. You got to know what the organs inside the body look like if you're GONNA do medicine do surgery and all that but sometimes bodies are hard to come by especially in the summer. Yes and you know I don't think I'd really thought about this but the author points out that yeah this practice becomes increasingly taxing on human revulsion during the warmer months of the year in many regions you know so So it makes sense to have some other kind of three dimensional representation that is not an actual dead body. Yeah. Now she points out one way around some of the cadaver limitations was doing things to actual bodies to sort of to make them. Last longer some weight copy parts of them you had some procedures like that that came along? Yeah. There was an injections it involved colorless colored preserving fluids. Composed of out. The mercury different metals also wax as well She writes that these methods produce results th there were were were good but. The the the preparations were not long lasting and that they subsequently deteriorated. So, it's still not going to be as good as say a model made out of wax. So why not make a grotesque perfectly rendered dead body with all the tissues in place that never rots exactly I mean as we've discussed, it's the perfect medium for creating human flesh and creating in a way that is lifelike and even tweaking it a bit you know, and so you had numerous anatomist and artists of the sixteenth century onward they were working in wax creating informative models of human anatomy often in miniature and I have to say I've been eyeing examples of this for years. I used to do a blog series for stuff to blow your mind dot com. Back when we had a blog. where I would basically, I would just go to getty images and I would find cool images of things works of art things for museums, and I would find a reason post about them and I I ran across a bunch of wonderful images of various wax anatomical and anatomical models, and I was always thinking in back of my mind I should do something about these never got around to it But this is this is such a fascinating area of of where where medicine and art combine where they were. They intermingle. I would also say this is a place where you see some shocking examples. Of like real talent and bad taste coming together, you know the the kind of thing that a lot of people like today where you would be interested in grotesque intentionally kind of gross and Morbid Artwork as I know you and I in some various ways actually are You don't see as much of that back in the day, but you do see it in anatomical renderings of the human body and wax. Yes. Now, what of the early figures that the other points out here was a character that is known is sybille their full name was Ludovico Cardi who live fifteen, fifty, nine through sixteen thirteen. And they created the small statue of an Incor-. Shea I believe it is, which is the first known wax anatomical anatomical model it was slash is a miniature anatomical human. Like deflache clearly not made from a cast because it's the size of a doll, but it's detailed three D it shows the details of human muscles. Interesting I wasn't able to find it. I believe it is in the possession of a museum today, but I couldn't find a photograph of it but I found a an artistic depiction of it, and it again is depicted as just this miniature humanoid without skin that you can hold in your hand that you can point out the various muscles on Designed to be used as an educational tool, I love it I do wish we had a photo I wish you could get like a Barbie of IMG give it to kids for Christmas. Now later, in the seventeenth century, we saw really I think an individual that could probably be considered the grandfather of the comical wax art and as a Sicilian wax artists. Of. Zumbado. Gaetano Guglielmo Zumbado who? was apparently quite an interesting. Character, he was an abbot who initially took on religious themes in his artistic work but then. Is Balestra. Aero. Describes his interest turn darker. He began to just consider death into K. into sort of brewed on death and decay, and he created a series of compositions known as the theater's of death, which were apparently quite realistic There's the plague the triumph of time, the Vanity of human glory, and of course, the syphilis. Fun I mean Yeah Zimba was clearly highly talented and extremely morbid in his fascinations and you can look up examples of his work There's a one in particular if you can just go to the wikipedia page for Zumbado there's a picture of of the plague, which is just these wax corpses heaped. But. Also, there's this there's this artistic. Energy to them like there is movement to it there is emotion to it. It's it's quite a sight to behold, but it's certainly not for all tastes but Zumo was not only working with artwork. He eventually did turn his hand to actual. Anatomical sculpture when he teamed up with a French surgeon named Guillaume Day new. Yes. He met the new and together they created anatomical models that apparently sold though by seventeen hundred they stop working together due to some sort of famous argument and it's a big blow offie via. Yeah. So Zimba moves to Paris and with the support of the Royal Court, he collaborates with many other die sectors physicians in Animus and creates anatomical waxes until he died the following year. But all told he was. He was only active in the anatomy game for something like six years total it really kind of came towards the end of his life. But his works were highly influential enabling wax anatomical modelling to then evolve and ultimately expand outside of Italy and France throughout. Western Europe this opened the door for other wax anatomical artists to make a major splash such as Giovanni Manzini live seventeen hundred to seventeen, fifty five who worked with his wife Anna Morandi who lives seventeen sixteen through seventeen, seventy, four She outlived him by many years and she actually continued this work after her husband's death and was quite successful in her own right traveling to various institutes in foreign courts her anatomical models were very sought after and she also she but her work was was again. Artistic and anatomical. For instance, she created a self portrait of herself. That is still around today. You can find images of this online and it is it's beautiful but it is also definitely a work of Wax Artistry and as we'll discuss later. I that does come with certain baggage. With a predisposition I think to for us to find it. Unsettling well, I mean, yeah, I guess this may be some form of subjective bias speaking but I feel it's almost universal to regard these things that as even when they're beautiful, they're also grotesque. Yeah. So this article continues to spread and then blustery aero provides an excellent and concise history of it all. Getting into more detail than we we can get into here, but the eventually arrives in England as well. You have you have an actual. English, a wax anatomist by the name of Joseph Town who lived eighteen, hundred, three, hundred, seventy, nine, and apparently part of the reason that it was. So lately established in England, was first of all due to the greater availability of Cadavers and. Prior to laws that restrained the practice of obtaining them dead bodies. We don't need wax sculptures here you know. Yeah. But eventually, Joseph Town showing up and he would go on to create something a thousand different wax anatomical models during his career that ultimately went to medical centers around the world. Now, there's an example of of towns work. That is shown in a photograph in Blustery Arrows paper and it look straight out of Hellraiser I. Mean I guess actually what it is is that the art style of the hellraiser movies is clearly copied from this yes there. So this this is where we're getting into a lot of. Artistic Consideration. And blessed aero gets into this a good bet because on one hand, you have the Italians. who were sort of the the originators of the sort of art along with you know the French and then you have the English coming along and doing their own spin on it, and there are some some definite differences. There's some side by side images in this paper that really pointed out but this is where the author really sums it up. She writes quote Italian waxes are imbued with a real sense of beauty. The splendid Italian models of less cola Florence are graceful statues do not seem to belong in the dissecting room specimens from northern countries such as the UK The Netherlands or Germany are usually more realistic brutal preferring anatomical accuracy rather than artistic flair. One of the major differences between the Italian and English wax models is the fact that the former are alive whilst the later are lifeless. Yes. She highlights this in a number of different ways that like the the. Italian, artists were much more concerned with making the Wax Anatomical models not disgusting and even sometimes kind of lively and happy looking in seductive somehow whereas the Steffi with Robert Town or some of the other uh artists in in England or Germany would be more just kind of a like it wasn't. It wasn't really worried about being grotesque and wasn't try. It wasn't trying to comfort you and say look at this look at these happy is yeah. She describes towns the towns waxes is being quote practical crude true to death. But you know for my own part looking at various examples I, think it's fair to add that towns. Work is beautiful in its own right You know there are certainly more of a brutal realism to his works but one could argue that some of the Italian works are actually more unnerving because there's this weird spark of life to them. You know like. The there's something there is you you look at them and you're like this. This human being has no skin and yet they are glancing across the room something whereas towns work looks like a dead body but is partially flayed body but as seen through. The eyes of someone with an appreciation for the beauty of death. Yeah. Maybe maybe it is a little bit more troubling if you're taking part the torso a wax sculpture to see its internal organs but it's like reclining in a chair and in a way that almost resembles classical painting and it's got this brightness in its is like let's go for a picnic. There's there's another whole area that she gets into the MEDICI. Venus. Basically, touching on the popularity of. Venus's during the nineteenth century. These would be artfully sculpted out of wax reclining female nudes that also had dismantle torso so you could go up to them. And you could like open them up like the hood of vehicle you know, and then look at the Wax Oregon's within see how human anatomy works under the skin, and there would often be a fetus in the womb as well. which apparently you know this wouldn't have really knew the inside wouldn't have matched the outside that it reflected. What was what little was known about actual of fetal development at the time. And by the way over at Atlas, obscure a a website that I've loved for for years but basically is devoted to helping you find weird wax museums. Area where you are but. There's a great two, thousand thirteen article from Morbid anatomies Joanna. About Anatomical Genus is and where you can find them today and apparently to setting out to chronicle all the ones that she could. She could travel to its tight titled an oath to an Anatomical Venus waxing poetic on the uncanny allure of eighteenth century. Dissect women. Now this point, let's get back to the question then is it art? Because clearly with we discuss like this, especially with the the anatomical art, there is this intermingling of the artistic and the you know the purely scientific in certainly, we even see a divide within the tradition with the idea that the French and Italian version is more in line with autistic values whereas the English and German. Models are are less. So this is a question that blessed aero gets into in the article as well. Apparently, there's this there was long an attitude against wax art it was considered more of a craft. More, devoted either to morbidity or two anatomical study, and apparently this survived well into the twentieth century's where you had critics like e H. Gombrich who was not familiar with who express that waxworks quirk quote situated outside the limits of civilization. So I guess the idea is that they're just too realistic to do the things that art is supposed to do like it's just too close like. The there's not enough There's not enough distance. I don't know it seems arbitrary to me. Yeah. I mean it doesn't seem to line up with with what we know about. Art Photography but I don't know. Then again, I'm not an expert on the history of of art theory and so forth. But it seems like the the argument that that Gombrich was making here would not be the same sort of argument you would make about photography. There are plenty of very artistic photography that is about capturing the stark reality of the situation right that. But I'm not sure that you know the limits of symbol civilization really show up in that Yeah. I mean I don't WanNa, be unfair to the critic but part of me suspect that there's just a sort of instinctual revulsion that many people feels the same reason. There's many house of wax horror movies and that and that is it finds difficulty being articulated as an aesthetic as a formal aesthetic criteria. So instead, it just gets criticized like well, it's too realistic or something. Yeah. Yeah it. We mentioned the rise of neo classicism early apparently especially with the rise of Neo classes. Wax Is often considered a lower medium fragile medium and so the art was rather y. was either expelled from the art world or left the to the domain of the anatomist, and of course, crude wax museums which apparently emerged out of the wax effigy tradition to come back to that Westminster Abbey, for instance, has quite a collection of royal wax effigies dating back to Edward the third who died in thirteen seventy, seven So this is where we get the Madame Toussaud's. tradition you know the idea ultimately that we should put, we should have representations of royal people or failing that. Famous people or infamous people like the modern royalty of the day the Paris Hilton's of the day or at least the mid to. Early two thousand well. So Madame Toussaud's is going to be full of celebrities right? It'll have it. It'll have A. I remember. I. Think remember them having like a really good Pierce Brosnan as James Bond Wax Sculpture and I think sometimes the celebrity sculptures get like attacked or vandalized I don't know if that has something to somebody you don't like Pierce Brosnan. So you knock his head off or whatever. I mean getting into the magic of wax than wax effigies. What do you do with a wax effigies either their revere the individual or to lash out against them? Yes. But the other thing I was getting to is that it it does seem somehow like there is a very clear natural draw to let's do some serial killers and let's do like a dungeon with you know tortures and stuff like that. I mean, well, that was that was a long standing part of Madame Toussaud's in London Madame to. so by the way lived seventeen, sixty, one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty was a French artist who studied under Swiss physician Felipe. Courteous But. One of the main attractions at Madame Toussaud's was always the chamber of Harz. which was again full of grave robbers, serial killers and burglars. Incidentally Jack The ripper was was never part of it because too. So had a policy against representing individuals whose identity and appearance was unknown That's an interesting principle of but yes. So this is how we get obviously the thing that the that its most famous for the Chamber of Horrors, which is that seems to be confirmed by those reports from nineteen twenty five that when Madame to SOS is burning down the people in the streets are not saying, Oh, I hope that the sculpture of King George is okay there asking house crippen and yeah what about? What about the Norfolk Strangler we've saved burr how about hair make sure both must reunite burke and Hare don't let them burn. Yeah, I mean. Sadly, the Chamber of Horrors of apparently closed twenty sixteen is no longer a part of Madame SOS and at least that's that that according to the materials I was looking at but but certainly the chamber of horrors in Wax Museums is one of the the the major influences on on horror cinema in the nineteen twenties onward, this idea of the Wax Museum as a place where unsavory characters are recreated in. Wax. And where haunted or unnatural things may be going on? It's an interesting mixing of two very different streams that that feel odd when they get into each other one is the standard fascination with violence and pain and death and more topics and all that, and then the other is that well, it's a museum and it's nonfiction. So it's almost like it's educational. Yeah it's. It's. It's weird. It's it's also just really. It's a really interesting thought experiment to take these wax movies and then take everything that we've discussed here thus far and try and figure out what is what is this in product saying about all the human history with wax came before it especially, what is it saying about the anatomical history of wax models and then the the use of wax models as stand INS for human beings to be revered or punished. Because I. Think we see shadows of all of this in these works all we also see. Treatments of wax has flesh magical and transformative wax a meditation on both the preservation of human flesh because what are these these these lacks credos off and doing these movies they're preserving their victims in wax but then also things made out of wax they got burn. It's like bringing a role and a Canon onstage bring out some wax in a film. You've got a melt some wax as well. Yeah. I mean I think it is not a standard trope that a person who is an obsessively devoted artist will eventually turn to crime and violence but it is that if you're a obsessively devoted to wax artistry, you have wax. Crime in your future. That's just assume it's such a weird stereotype. Especially again, considering how important this was. For for a long time team in anatomy and the understanding of the human body like these were informative educational models. That ultimately helped save lives trained surgeons without the need for grave robbing or put honest grave robbers out of business. I've never thought about that. That would be a great premise for like a for like a movie or something you. You've got a pretty good grave robbing business going but then somebody shows up at the local medical college with a bunch of wax sculptures and. Now you're like. What am I going to do? You've got to destroy him somehow or something Oh, man. So grave robbers verses, Wax Master with all the possible shenanigans the pop up because you know they're going to be waxed towns, there are going to be. The Sky's the limit. There's so much room for exploration here copyright stamped stamp hours were you can't have it. I don't know I'm just hoping that the maybe someone out there is listening to this the filmmaker or future filmmaker who will make the next great wax film. In which case I think we've presented a number of wonderful historical and scientific anecdotes here they could be The could prove useful. All right. On that note, we are going to close the Wax Museum for the day, but certainly stick with us as we continue to explore Halloween related topics the entire month of October maybe even longer I. Don't know who knows what the future will bring. In the meantime if you want to check out other episodes of stuff to blow your mind, you can find US wherever you get your podcast wherever that happens to be. 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31: Stop Having Goals. Become Your OWN Quest.

Industry Thought Leader Podcast

37:49 min | 11 months ago

31: Stop Having Goals. Become Your OWN Quest.

"You're listening to another ambitious entrepreneur network DOT COM podcast the boy spur entrepreneurs and small business now now onto the show. Welcome to industry thought leader. podcast standout the her influence to influence real change with message while become known as an authority in your appealed. Industry thought leaders podcast. We'll show you how now over to your host. Anne Marie Cross welcome to episode of Industry. Thought later podcast yes. I'm your host Anne Marie Cross The podcasting coin. We have an other incredible guest so let me introduced who you are Joseph and the three key things that you wanNA share on today. Show your mind dictates what you say. which dictates how you do you? which delivers what results you get now? Joseph helps business owners as well as Corporate Professionals Reset that paradigm to afford them. A context takes which enables them to make more sustainable decisions now as global citizens Joseph's journey his shaped who he is as an executive touch a business coach Mentor and Advisor. Now on today show we very fortunate but Joseph is nine just to share how we can better understand the tarragon. All I'll thinking from a context from which to decide on your quest the Beta chain the your goals your biggles is going to talk about stuff. Having goes learn learn how to become your very own quist and he's also going to share five key anchors and if you so desire your true north much more on on today's show welcome to the skyway Joseph. Thanks Marie thank you very much indeed. yes my dream for the world right now is that we check ourselves out and shift paradigms 's from conventional to a new adventure a new journey the story actually starts with who we are and we tend to forget that I sometimes have an audience and I I will ask the audience with a serious face on say hands up please. All those of you here. Who are human beings I get some? I'm dead pen. Faces a bit of silence and then crack up at people. Think it's a joke and then eventually people do realize realized. I've asked a serious question. And they all start acknowledging yes we are human beings and then I prompted my say but do you. I know what it is to be a human being and of course all BS poses when you ask these questions just reflect the fact that we haven't thought about it and I say before we go further. Let me take you through that journey that I started by asking you. If you are human being if you are a human being guess what you were born into this world through parents parents you had you had a mother and you had grandparents great grandparents. It goes back as far as the dawn of life. And perhaps you've had siblings and as you grown up you've had your own partners. Perhaps you on children relatives and all of that sort of thing so the the very fact that we are human beings means we are predestined to live and communicate with other human beings Now it isn't just human beings. 'cause I called this hour relational world we also relate and interact with all living do things on the planet from animals through to plant life everything you can think of so that includes the environment now I call. All that are relational world. So we're human beings I but we live in a relational world. Now if you really get that you begin to understand how how awful and own Russia duty that is because we cannot truly become Fully who we are without a relational world not the other way round the relational will doesn't need us. We can cease to exist but will still exist but the minute we are born into that relationship. Will we need that relational world in order to allow allow us to blossom into our full potential. So if you wake up to that onerous duty. What are we gonNA do about it whether we proceed well a first task? It's almost an instinct. We've got to do something. To sustain that religion relational world wealth. And how do we do that. Oh well we can get a job. We can have a vocation a profession a career. We can beg egg borrow steal but what we do is we generate a vehicle with which we sustain the relational channel world. And what I have found is that in coaching and working with executives and leaders around the company when I talk to them and say who are you. They'll tell me that title and they'll soon jump to the success S. and the criteria they've had and then I say that's great but I actually asked you a question about who you up and you've just told me about at your profession and I have had senior people in Thi is when they wake up to the fact that they had stopped thinking about about who they are as human beings if even they have told about once before and sadly when people are lost to their careers careers and professions that relational will tends to suffer to family like stents to suffer right so it seems to me that the modern rat race that we have actually got it back to front. If you ask everybody who they ah they'll tell you about what they do right. And so my challenge is to shift People's paradigm into really understanding understanding that the human beings I and in order to become full field tap into potential grow become uh-huh add value to the world give of themselves. They need that interaction with relation paypal and Abbas. And if we don't do it as we sing In Everyday News as well if we don't look after our environment we have to pay a price and imagine if we shifted the paradigm to recognizing that what we have to protect his relation a world Ben All our material work success and everything that taps into talented potential is directed towards. What's supporting that relational world? When we do that we begin to blossom ourselves? And then we're in different psycho. Oh but this time. A cycle of growth cycle of positive evolution instead of a cycle of destruction. Doing it. This way we we don't end up with culprit Bennett. We don't end up being subservient to corporate change whether Jumps A- Major Downton Fountain because of outsourcing because of a change of strategy or whatever so can you see how powerful the shifting of the sparrow. Dummies yeah it. Sure is and when you pose that question Hawaii you and then. Obviously they've told you who they are from a career point of view and you re he is right now. I'm actually interested in you. Is that something that they struggle with particularly that never really considered it before very struggled desperately with because because even people I have coached for a while and I go back to them. They know I'm going to ask the same question. And they're still struggling. Because we have created such neuro pathways in our brains that we cannot but help think along the lines we have been thinking yes. And as long as we don't make an effort to change those neural. Pathways we stuck in the old paradigm. Yeah Yeah one you're saying is so true because I remember years ago. I can't remember how old I was but I remember taking a step back and thinking who who am I actually because so often what we do. is we adapt to seek the stalls of others. We adapt because we're trying to fit into coporate. Whatever their expectations? And then you go the expectations of your family. Your husband you children and so forth and it's like Herm I actually. What is my unit? And it's not until you start to unpack that you realize how okay I mean. Maybe that's just me. You know the people who do evolve adapt to suit sitcoms circumstances but I think once you understand that then it opens up a whole realm of things and I'm sure you're gonNA dive into that when we're talking about you know your quest how often we live on other people's terms or by their roles and their expectations that we've never really asked Sol's or even dead to what is what is it that I won't what is my question is could you define for US please. Joseph when you talk about waste what do you mean fantastic great question if you talk to the entrepreneurial entrepreneurial wealth to the professional world to the corporate world the one would they understand very very well is goals yes right and whilst that has some value it also has a denial mechanism in there and I leant very very early on in my life. from ancient wisdom tradition and it started off by something simple impolite. Yes it's good to have a goal but when you gotta go stop it because you will go around saying I have a goal and by saying that you have separation between you and the goal it's fundamental fundamental but it's very important so A great philosopher once said once you've identified the goal become tips become the goal. Stop living the goal. Don't wait for tomorrow. Don't wait for the next sections your very very actions in the now should be about that goal but I was inspired but by the would quest another old-fashioned It and for me quest isn't just about a head go right we we can rationally. Did I tell you what has smart goal is from my head partly because we motivated by. What the buses think our goals should be and partly because we are reacting to circumstances and rationally? Decide what we think we need to do. In order to become go okay so when I do the smart goal exercise with my people I actually changed the Letta. Ah In smart from achievable to attractive. And what do we mean by tractive. That's the emotional. Oh that's the emotional intelligence poverty so I separate so specific s become very specific very intellectual. But what it is you want to achieve. 'em Is how you're going to measure it but a now is how attractive it is and I have two columns scored scored it for me school this for me from note to ten from your head and use the get a decent school between seven and ten and then I said now scored for me from note to ten Inyo hops and I get a different school and what I say is it ought to be that. We need a balanced score. What we need is some congregants between the head and the heart because if I set myself a goal because rationally? I thought that this is what I must do. But my heart is not in. Its guess what yeah somewhere along the line gotta trip out and on the other hand if I have been passionately an emotionally a a move by something in a want chase that goal. But I haven't thought it through. I might miss trick to so for me. Bat Attractiveness represents the Congress of head and heart. And when you are embarked on a mission when I called your quest where your quest has got that complete synergy between head and heart now I have to say the modern science has defined brains in different ways to the traditional and we now talk about the three brains that human being has the head the hot and the gap right so when I talk I also saying how added feeling you got right because if there is a lack of congruence then you'll platform is not stable and you cannot okay comfortably embark on that quest so that for me is the power of quest in the context of goals right right and I came up with an acronym which is the Rock Model. Ro Q. E. SO when we talking about to someone about the goal that got and now we coaching them in terms of how to go forward. We say okay. The topic is your goal. Oh let's say I want to bake a cake okay. What's the reality? Now what's happening now. Let's let our and on its so significant and we're going to have a party so we need to put up a cake so you in this section you collect all the facts all the data data about your goal and then we go to the letter. Oh Okay so what options do we have. Well coach fundamentally you can bake the cake yourself or you can access it and by the cake then you have the options of Land Cejka one big run cake whether you put candles the the decoration. All these options okay. So once you've got all these options and by the way with options we gotta be careful not to be blanket Winkett. We tend to look at. What's in front of us and I encourage people to look at what's behind us right and if you can't see what's behind you ask somebody to help look behind you and that adds to your portfolio of options? Now once you've got all these options you've got to make some choices pushes right and the choice for me is the quest so what is going to be your quest from those options you have chosen. Listen to the quest. Let's say in this case is okay. We are GONNA bake the cake at home when Associate and it'll be allowed cake and it'll be a the A nice heavy sponge cake and it doesn't have to be fruitcake so we're very clear about what we wanted to do. So the next step is Traditionally with people. When you have a goal right you're on your marks? You're out the door to try and achieve that goal and I say no once you've got bequest and you've tested for the linemen between head and heart the you in the letter in the word rock stands stands for walks. Do you uniquely need to put in place before you stop the goal in the context of baking this K- do we have enough and big enough to Becca cake. Have we got the right ingredients right so you assemble everything you need including Preparation mentally physically times face. And everything like that. Before you embark on your quest and now we come to the letter e so our reality now. Oh for options hugh. We've decided on the quest you you we've identified all things we uniquely need for this particular quest and now India is all about execution right. So what exactly. They always going to do by win. How much how big and how are we going to hold ourselves accountable and to wow? So that's where quest leads us. That's I love that and I recall watching you speak on the ticks talk about. Ah Yes many years ago. When you're a child with your dad walked out on the Dick? Did you WANNA briefly. Share that story because that story it was just signed moving and I think just beautifully shy you know real example of Rock and how you actually came up with that concept. Yeah yes yes very cocaine quickly. And of course people can Relive that Ted talk. There are two of them actually On on on my website I actually had had about six invitations from the Ted. Talk to repeat the Toke. So so what you asking is different. But you'll have have to give me some time signals but I'll try and condense it for you. is an acronym that came about from one life journeys. At a certain point point I grew up in Mombassa as a kid and often used to walk with my GRANDPA Along along the streets and very often we would pass by this beggar in the street and he was a polio victim. Say he couldn't use his legs and the everyday GRANDPA would talk to him. Unlike other people who would just drop a coin in GRANDPA would actually engage him in conversations agents and GRANDPA eventually by just token to him and finding out what he wants to do. This man who was A teenager then was already thinking about life ahead. He didn't he didn't see himself as handicapped cripple. Bega again saw himself as one day having a wife having kids and running a business. So GRANDPA said well. What kind of business Are you going to do. And he said well. I've been cleaning this shop front window. where I sleep at nights and I think I do a better job than all the other shopkeepers. So I'd like to start a business cleaning shop windows and So Oh that's how we started and very soon. The same beggar had a contract to clean all shops. And let straight and it wasn't long five years later or something like that He invited GRANDPA to his village. Now we didn't know what what it was. I happened to be there GRANDPA served. Let's go along. So we went in this. Highly customized Cumby type hype van which passed for a bus for the poor people and we went for hours and ended up walking through a jungle into a village clearing and there was this collection of hearts with group was living and guess what there was this beggar. We called him a skinny which is why we would for Meskini ATHABASCA and he took us to a house. He was building by by himself. He was building the mud bricks and his wife. Now he was married was helping build the walls and she was also tending three little kids so he was married he had children. He was running this business and building his own house. How about that for powerful full inspiration? The interesting thing is when Meskini said to GRANDPA in response to the question. So what are you going to do and Must Kinney said he's going to stop this business and must grant said okay so how are again to actually clean the business you know Cleaned the shop windows. You can only do the ground. GRANDPA was exploring options with And skinny was smart. He decided to employ other people. Who are handicapped those that could stand and would clean the pots of the shop windows? They were Abbas who were deafened down or handicapped in another way. So he had it all worked out and he was determined to hire the handicapped people so when grant facets misgiving. Are you sure you want to to do this or you. Just saying it you could see the passion in mckinney and that is where quest and its inspiration expiration came toting from the hot but he had already thought it through. Yes so GRANDPA said you know what you need to stop this business. Two things stood out to me. Miss Kinney said the grant. Can you help me talk to the other shopkeepers. And GRANDPA said no and I was mortified. I thought for years we've been supporting this man and now grandpa saying no You and GRANDPA said you can do it. Why don't you stop talking to the shopkeepers? All happily give you a reference since right. So that's the one thing and then grant mckinney said. What else do you need and said well? I'll need some rags only a broom and all of that and one of the things. I have a special at home. Also give you a ship so that you can be presentable when you go along so these were the realized examples but then years later when I came to live in pets I met a man who is actually called Rock. Walk Our ROKU and Rockin. I struck a very good relationship and after I moved to Melbourne Rockwood. Still phone me. He was old enough to be my father but he would phone me said Joseph. I have this problem. I like the way you helped me. Think things through Help Nope we see how this works and just happened. He phoned me one day and he said my garage door won't open now. I'm in Melbourne easing pet. And I'm good and we didn't have video conferencing so I'm going to help himself at so periodically. I would ask him questions and he would run out of the has checked the garage door status. Come and tell me in that gap. I was doodling and I wrote his name down lose though I was doing a mind met our Q.. U. E. and I just had a flashlight like fundable bolt hits me and I saw OBE GRANDPA's questioning Muskie in rooks name so rox name became a an Anagram. If if you like of what I wanted it to be. So that's how rooks and now it's it's gone around. The world so baroque model online is actually an instrument. And it asks you three fundamental questions. What's what's your dream for yourself as a human being? What options do you have? What's your quest going to be? What do you a uniquely need? And what GONNA execute second question. What's your dream? For your for your relational world and the third question is what's your dream for your professional and vocational world and so the rock acronym Take sheet through. Do that and you get a report and very people think Oh my God. I've seen this report and look at what I am and it's not a judgement thing. It's not a test. It's just a status check on where you are. So that's the Rock model online then the process you got me to explain in about way quest comes in and how I took you through the raw process. I Call that a rock coaching methodology. And that's a free are- download where everybody can download the template. Think of a topic think of subject and work through those processes. I even had some ready made. Make questions you can ask gotTa tell you this you you you you you smile as just inspired me. I once had an audience have about a hundred and eighty senior managers from a very large government department and they were having a professional developing day and I was one of the guest speakers and I was asked what I was going to talk on and by the way they said could you please about rock so I said yes and they asked if there was any homework and I said right every attendee think of at least one business business program. They have and come for the session now. This is probably the strangest session ever done. But I repeated it so many times TMZ because I welcomed everybody check that everybody had the business problem at something to write with and I had a powerpoint on presentation with about seventy questions and I stayed silence. I didn't say anything for nearly an hour. Just one unquestioned at the time was coming up on the screen under reality now on the options on the quest on the unique AAC needs on the execution and at the end rather during bet silence. All I kept hearing from the audience was I. Aw Oh wow smiles right so I get back up on the stage and fortunately my session ended just just before lunchtime and I was. I could not get off the stage for forty minutes. There was a lineup of what seemed the entire audience Indians coming to thank me personally and they kept saying quite consistently. How did you do that? How did you do that? I said I didn't do anything you you didn't. You sell through the powerpoint. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen absolutely the Best Church Church. Yeah that's right. That's I love that. I love that I love that story to you. That's why thank you so much for sharing that now one of the things we promised to share with people as the five key Yankees and I know is of course five alleges as well but briefly because I know we just about at the end of the show is five key Yankees and if you so desire he said your true north. Can you share more about that before you leave absolutely I loved one of your earlier speakers Dave cover of a cabal And there's so much synergy there if the journey of trying to understand who we are is tough because it is lifelong and it is beyond the context of our professional work can are relational world all of that. There are some things we can make. Stop With so we're coaching somebody. I ask them up front to agree to taking a series of questionnaires. The output of which become the five key Anka's unease. We do exercising their values. What are your values eleusis? The second one is we do an exercise in this an online questionnaire Your rents the Fed one. I I do profiles foot one. Especially if your leader with people we do your emotional intelligence And the fifth one is the Rock Model. Okay now we just take the top three to five onces of each each of these and we have it on a sheet of paper and now off someone we're coaching or when we're engaging with other members people look at reflection of who they are and beside how best to leverage those talents in any given situation situation and it put a smile on my face because I go into some companies where I've done this exercise and they've actually got their five key anchors on the side of the desk so that when it comes and say hey can you help me with this and they look at the five key anchors they can now now see where it is best placed to leverage and strengths and vice versa. So it's great now that's you find Kyanne Kiss. And there's a sixth one and that is passions. Ross some people and certainly some exotic when major life things things have happened though culprit changes and they completely lost it on the way to do we do an exercise about passions now just as the would love is so misused passions means something special and even to me I say think of a calm blunted any way you you want in the world. Under any circumstances. What's IT GONNA try to do? Of course it is going to try to become an oak tree. We need to tap deep down into what those essential passions are before we can understand how to leverage it. So I- actions to the five key Anka's and now got six elements and I call at your true north. Okay so turnoff. Obviously it's like a compass bearing right and believe it or not in the absence of taking yourself off to WHO Ashram something like that to really study. Oh naval and understand what the meaning of life is agnostic ways in which you can contextualized what you must do for yourself in your vacation or your career or anything. Like that I I there are a couple of wonderful stories on mindful of time but there was one culprit in A major oil. We'll industry came back to Australia. Having lived abroad for ten fifteen years because now to little kids for about getting ready to go to school will and suddenly that role did not exist for him back in Australia completely lost from highly successful to no job and indep pressure etc etc and so we went through out exercises and he was struggling but he loved me five K. Anka's so they're not through the passions and during one of the conversations he said so what should should I do. I said No. What do you want to do? And he said frankly I'll do anything like even. Dr Trim side challenged him. I said go gumdrops prime. And he did for three months and he came back and he said that was the best thing he ever did. Because it driving the trams and he promised me he didn't knock anybody over he discovered one of the passions and he's passions now imagine he was living in hot tropical countries in his height had executive role his passions was the mansions and snow and skiing so he came up with the idea off getting mentos for people who wanted to learn. I'm to ski and he had a network of people who supplied ski equipment people provided accommodation. All of this was a line and he had a business right. Just by digging deep I love doing the exercise on passions because it starts cutoff for trump with very superficial passions or concepts of patients. And then it goes deep and deepen date until you really really come to your burning desire and then when you tap that in and leverage all the other talents and experience you have now we can shake that got into an entrepreneurial idea that can help take you forward to become more sustaining and more meaningful. And what. He's always been grateful for a to me. was that this time instead of putting his career I it put his family. I ask that's brilliant. I love that Jason had such a an incredible compensation and John. Thank you so much sharing your stories. And I know you've just scratched the surface you've got lots of as you've mentioned Racehorses on your website chew so what's the best way share your website link and of course if there are any other ways that you can connect with you great. My website is the homing pigeons destination. WWW DOT inquest unique dot com dot com. Yeah I really appreciate that Opportunity on Marie. I can't believe the time has flown. I loved it town. It has just gone so quickly as they often join. When you have been wonderful compensations the time just flies by but the people can continue the conversation with you by going to your website for sure Anjapa finding out more from the answer? Thank you once again for sharing this time and I wish you all the Best Joseph. Thank you very much on. Marie really really enjoyed it and look forward to catching up. You've been listening to industry thought leader. PODCAST want to learn learn how to leverage your expertise. Monetize your message while become known as an authority in your field access. ow three industry both leader podcast series. He's to show you how at www dot Anne Marie cross dot com forward slash podcast series. That's emory cross dot com would slash podcast series. Yeah.

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #103: Freakiest Freak with Brice Izyah

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #103: Freakiest Freak with Brice Izyah

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I'm definitely not the freak is freak of all time. which is what we're determining today. Yes. Not Run. Yes. I was listening to you on one of your other podcasts. And Rivera very uncomfortable about even discussing the topic of adult relations. Yeah it was. It was a little awkward yes. Yes. Offered I know that from you from even ta doing the Seinfeld podcasts more than this podcast. i-it depends on like the city. Maybe after drinking before before those episodes honestly Yes. Okay. But a man who is able to talk about any subject matter and do it with ease is here of course that he is the host of his own amazing podcast, the Purple Pants podcast he is not just a podcast her, but also a musician, a fashion model I've even seen and an all around complete artist here he is the man who this episode was crafted for. The freaky. EST Freak Mister Bri- Isaiah man? I'll look the theme song to. Oh. Oh. Oh. You. But if you lived words. Yeah Yes, what what what a talent bryce because not just the podcast or not just a musician, a musical artist. But I also learned that a actor star of the film. Stealing a survivor starring fellow philly native Jervis, Peterson. Yeah yes. Yes. Yes. Come on I didn't stole the show. Okay. So Y-, you know add that to my idea and btk with our guy. Okay Bryce how are you? I am amazing. I'm so excited to be here rob. And holdaway. Let me clear my voice. and. Okay Here I'm excited I. Am more honored that if finally came up on, the will I e uncle tv you can cash at me my hundred dollars that I sent you a long time ago to set just make a pop up but he was like do my best but now. I'm just glad that it's here but I, just want just start by preferencing this that yes the freaky est freak and this is for you robbery because I know you have some contention about like I don't want to just talk about you know sexual deviates hustle? I just want to say that although somebody that is the freaky EST freak yes. They can have a a sexual demon that lives within them. For me, the the definition of the freakiness freak is someone that is unapologetic glee unconventionally them that's a lot of leaves, but they're just themselves and they live in it and so for me, that's really what the freaky EST three. Yes. They let their freak flag fly. I. Ask Okay. Okay. GOT IT Brice, I Wore yes. They lead they let it hang low. Hey, win or whatever way were. Okay I'm looking at your pictures from pumpkin carving on. Facebook what what Pumpkins did you carve? I carved a skeleton and carved it women's barb and I was trying to explain to my mom because I got like the the part, the Pumpkin stencils, and they level it by Pumpkins like four pumpkins equals hard one pumpkin equals easy and so I'm like mom you probably just go with one that's like one pumpkin checks will don't have to go when Pumpkin 'cause I'm like. You're not gonNA, be able to do a four pumpkin. So my mom picked the four pumpkin wine and I don't even know what the Hell it is like I'm looking at it and girl it looks like I don't know I'm trying to figure out what the is that the one that's all the way to is it a humpback whale at? Uncle TV I'm not gone on not screaming this whole podcast I. Listen It was supposed to be a peace sign now you make. Sense okay. I see that one. I see that one I'm looking at the one that's all the way to the left in the picture. Now, my sister was a cat food. Okay. Now, what what type of can't foul? With the type of the Callup. Caterpillars in Virginia out even want to know with type debt is so I like the humpback. Whale, back turn. Yeah no hers. Your Mom's better than your sister's though the peace sign is is better than the cowboys I think she did it upside down Bryce it is not a real peace sign. That's true. Lift it looked like a tulip that fell off for. But no, because my mom got confused. So again, 'cause we're competitive family. So I wanted to give them the tools and show them what to do, and we were going to have my Stepdad judge us. So I show them what to do that show them how to draw it and then I did my own thing but I think my mom got confused when she started trae thing 'cause it is somewhat confusing of like which parts when you chase trace like which parts you cut out the now cut out and don't don't get cut out. So Mia I think boxes salvageable. I think she said that I think needs to cut another circle around where the decided but. Very Visual Pumpkin. Okay. Yeah. Take to. Okay. All right. So we're going to talk about the freaky EST freak here and so price can you tell us how we're going to go through this list? I mean Tho- believe the list I came up with them. Freaky freaks you know the twitter family came up with some freaky freaks. The Redknapp Fan became forgives freaks and I think that we have categorized them by I think history by vision I don't want to social media with the other one that's in my head. I can look at the she fling re reality TV right reality, TV? Yes stomach. Once reality TV one celebrities like you said history and then fictional is the other one. Okay fictional freaks now, actual free bryce on Purple Pants podcast. I know that you also give a freak of the week award every single we freaky as freak of each week that goes by. I. Try to keep current. Yes. Last week with Stephanie Good Vallis from Ghost I. Why would she do? She. Was She took a photo underwater snorkeling with a crab it just you know came half their refer freakish to me. So you know shoutout to her freak of the week I don't know you know I'll know who can be this week. I stay scrolling to see. Okay Okay. All right. So where will we start with this list? I'm electrical listen I'm guest here. So I'm GonNa let uncle key directly as such a what bracket he wants to start at. Because I'm gained for any of them. Okay. Fun. So let's start with. Let's start with region three the fictional freaks. And we'll get to history because some people aren't history buffs you know. So we might we might put him to sleep. We start talking about twelve hundred of start even I do think some of those are are maybe you know that the winner could come out of that region for short. Yeah I'm not sure we should start there. Maybe we start with with some game of thrones action or some. Yeah. Once once we get the audience warmed up, they'll go wherever we want but we got a you know we we gotta like ease them into this right? Yeah it's an old the hockey trick. You can't. You can't start with the most boring one. Hockey. As a wheelbarrow or no. flat-rate a flash. We gotTA STRAP WE DO have to fly trap listeners leaks. That's true. A little bit about Sports Kiva. You know we we got Robin to the NBA this year Bryce. What a game? Rondo Raptors. By the time this is the series might be over by the time you listening to this. Great. Great Game Five. We start with some game of thrones action. Sir Say Jamie last Lancaster versus someone I'm not familiar with called Lou net. Okay Alkyl TV. Is No robbed. You Know Hulu Net is what is she from? The big comfy couch. Okay. Well, I'd love to hear more about this couch. Well I when I this was one from the switch around now I when I saw the name I thought it was Lou Nelle, the the black comedian but I'm assuming probably don't know who had either because she could be up here. But Lou Lou net is somebody that lives on the big comfy couch and I want to say that she is clown esque. She is a a young clown She was on pbs and she's got a dog I remember that but which strikes her that I. Remember the most because I was not a child when this came on because I you know I'm on the I'm still young I'm the youngest person on his pop you. Legs. Do you know my realm is more like you know baby shark death my. I just remember Lou Lou Lou net. Mardi methods. Google this. The big comfy couch come on Robert. Looney, come From the big comfy couch. Okay. What I remember was when we were learning how to tell time that she had like a clock on the ground and she would get on the ground at heart she would use her limbs ask the time and she was very flexible slobs that okay if you'll just tell them over there but that for me was the first thing that popped into my mind for I don't know why I wanNA call her Lou now but it's Net. Brunette. And she's a clown as the big comfy couch and then she also can be time piece and she's very flexible. That's my take on the paint. The picture for fellow people like Uncle Kevin I don't really know. Yeah. You're going to have to Google UUNET when they're here. Chester. Freak here. That she's known to Chester or not? No, she has an uncle named, Chester. Oh. Okay. All right. All. Right. So here's a little bit of Blue Net and talking about the the clock stretch. Okay. Let's see if maybe this gives us some insight ever roll around on the floor. Okay. Yes Yeah Bryce I see what you're saying now she does have. So she does have a leg I don't even know how the Yugoslav that when when her leg is that. So let me let me paint the picture for the audience here her head. Is At twelve o'clock. But her she gets her left leg at one o'clock. While, her right leg is at six o'clock. Now. She's got her left leg down at six o'clock. But. She's able to get her both legs up at twelve o'clock now. While her head is at twelve o'clock. and. Then she's able to get go completely with head at twelve o'clock legs hitting every number on the clock Milwaukee This is a children's show also were talking about where you want to start the is freaked. Yes. Okay gold in my book okay Lou now. Is Goals Okay Because, if my head is at twelve o'clock at the can only get my feet to. Three Nine Yeah okay now. She has her head at six o'clock. Yes but. She is gone into a downward dog position on the clock. So, you bet a nominee out AK-. More Nama stay. Yes. Yes Okay Another thing that I remember that not from my childhood but I, remember watching you know on Youtube was she throughout the TV show or the day she would make a mess and maybe this is something that in the sister Nino how shock could pick up but whenever she will make her math, she will go into like ten seconds Heidi but. Literally they would have the camera on time lapse and she was just like clean up the whole house and it'd be done, and then she would just flop a cow site. Oh, I'm tired like girl you ain't cleaning their big old comfy couch and since that can stop playing with us. Okay. And she lives on the couch to right that's her house, the couch. So I me at. The couches in a house? We. Only row surfer as somebody else. That that some somehow the somebody is letting her stay on the couch for some reason. She could be leading the couch up I mean I think she mida founded on. And could possibly be renting it out. Or there's I mean. In. All honesty. She could be a squatter. Yeah and I'm just saying, I don't know if she's a squatter but I think that there's some there's somebody that's like going to work and paying the bills and. She's worked out in arrangement the sleep on the couch. I mean listen. For stay on. Our stay. Yes. Yeah. I think she had a dog but I can't really because you know I wasn't born then. Key to. This. Okay to two, thousand six. It's one of the shows have heard of, but I couldn't really place it nine kids watch it but I guess it was over by the time it gets. Of TV HP or catch phrases pickle juice bryce with you know what that means. I think that that's like a when she makes like she if she makes the mask or she trips or she does something wrong then it's like pickle juice. Should be we should pick that up, should that be we were looking for that phrase? I, think we have better than that. But on a SIDEBAR I. As a child I used to drink pickle juice. Not Bad not bad. I mean, they say hi and sodium, but I think it was good. Rob would you ever eat drink pickle juice? I will put a little bit like if I'm making Tuna Salad I'll. In there, but I never had it straight. Now. Highly off topic harding but you know in the south they will like with like the that I don't WanNa. Like the deal pickles. But like the rather big pickles that you can make, you know the barrel for like ninety nine cents. You know some people put who laid on it. WHOA. How they eat the pickle I've never tried it but I mean it's a thing down south. So I'm sure some of your listeners have heard it, but I always wanted to try that sounds that sounds like something I'd try once. I'M GONNA try like it'd be willing to give it a world. s like sweet with our you know or do we in the but yeah, acidic Kool aid flavor you think works best on the pickles Sh- I mean I don't see me I probably would go for like the not the great but the blue package, the blueprint that is the cherry blast I think that that probably would be delicious. All right we'll we're GONNA. Try It. Yeah Rub Luneta is facing sir say and Jamie. Let's hear about the land stirred that what what clock stretches can they do? WHO You game of thrones fan? Yeah. V.. Alcohol key. Dowd even do me. Okay I am then areas star born sister Nina. Who are Adopting you too. Yeah. But a love that we are talking talking clock World Luneta clock would. Be On your your Malvo capillary is all I know is if Lulu Nets clock is the clock that go tick tick tick. Tick Tock. The Atlantis that clock is definitely the analogue clock if they're definitely on the digital. Okay. Yeah, yeah for sure. Okay And I mean, what else do I don't know that means I. Don't. I just feel like I. Love. Blue Net. But I feel like we need to even go incidentally industries I feel like the Lancers alone on their name, make it to the next branch. Okay. Like that. Just how Philly let's just give the background for anybody for whatever reason who's not a game of thrones person that Jamie Sir say they are twins? But they are twins with benefits I think as they say, oh no. I didn't know that they were tweet. Yes. Sir Say is the older twin I. Believe Hopefully, we're not gonNA, get ten million tweets about this. If I get this wrong and yes, they are. They were twins they were in the womb and they've been together ever since Pie. Yes they've got children together. They've caused war together their love. Yes and you know by the final season, they just think care no more. Okay. They were unapologetically loving. Love Moon. Each Other yes. Yes. Okay. You as much as a Lou Nets clock stretch. Can Be, properly, remembered, fondly, by some people I think the Lancasters have it. I will concur with this. This is a bilingual. Let me just take down a one second here to thank Are Healthy or helpful researchers mega librarian who really spearheaded and then her auto crew Myra. Librarian. Meghan v Library you mean, like t h e Yes look a rob knowing stuff bryce. Okay. You know I believe it's not but she should. Be Better. Yeah Megan and also it's like Megan it's Emmy A. G. H. A. N.. Megan v Librarian Yeah I. Think I think she's got. She Must Change Your name. And then a patty k. hit by our friend hit by car. Claire. Sayer. Carribean. We had a lot of help very good notes here and they really you know they picked some of these. Themselves did all the research visible out. Right this is three nothing banisters. To win the whole the whole Shebang there. Forget about far don't. Really know who else who else is in there but there this, this is a layup for that. For sure. Wine this two for one plus the sooner we could get the kid show out of the bracket probably offer the. Okay. All right. So congratulations to the Lancasters of are they is this say seeded bracket. No it's it's just regional by by the four topic. Okay. So this is the other fictional character brassiness very. That's right. Are you a big fan of everything bagels Bryce. Oh, my gosh. So ooh. ooh Yes. Alkyl. So listen, you didn't touch my soul. So honestly, my favorite type of Bagel is an onion bagel. By their hard to come by So the the next in closest thing to it is an everything Bagel. So yes, I do everything being now if an everything Bagel is. Not necessarily. Having, all of the of accoutrements that everything bagels should have if it is lacking, would you ever have reinforcements on hand to? Everything Bagel. Me His yeah. Guess I. Don't know. I mean I I don't normally have poppy seeds available but I mean. I mean what technically is in and everything be first of all it's a good question because I know I've had in my whole. ME. Is. There's. To me. I think there's like the is there onion and garlic? Later, in there maybe maybe. Yeah But. Bryce if you I don't know if you're a trader Joe's I. Yeah. But in. Janice Trader Joe's they have everything about the Bagel. Onion in The trader Joe's yet may might be missing the onion in their. Those, and then if you ever get a Bagel, that's like this is like a three and a half at ten in the seeds department in the everything department. Ray Simone, it's like a nine Joe Jordan that's not what Jordan Kayla does that Jordan. Kayla that he has a tupperware where we're after he gets done eating everything. Bagel he puts all of the remnants into a Tupperware and saves it. How? I see. This is my thing now. Like so you put your spread on and then you would like jumping on because normally like it's on the outside of the right goes on the top. Oh, you said the. Was One opposite baby. Okay WHO's in the next match Oh. Okay. So the next match-up in the fictional region, we're going to go with the show that Robin I talked about a few months back called the golden girl. devereaux played by roommates. Yes Row So I don't even want to just be talking all the time but I was like fighting because this was one that I did not think of and I am. I of Ashes Love Me Miss Blanche several Oh joffe. What are you talking about? How life I first of all? I am Blanche Devereaux. Say Yeah Okay so the other golden girls then. There was Darby I know who you are in your life. Is Wendell one of the other four. When is definitely rose he's Rose Oh. Yes. Okay not yet. Yes, he's roles rob. You would be Sophia. And? That's the good way I'll probably say Jesse is. Dr. But I am definitely roles I mean blanche, blanced yes. Because one. If you remember from my seasonal John I cousin. Bryce I'm definitely a southern bell. Okay And I just think a lot of things about. Blanche she was. Sexually. Free and you know we wouldn't. Athletic she I feel like if she was alive today, she will participate a amber roses, slut walk and. I'm using the term splat as a positive, not a negative of sexual freedom. Do what you want. You know the guys can do it but when the girls do with a whole different thing and that definitely was blanche and you know blance was home. She had businesses. Okay. I chose her house every. Was Gas you. Know. Dr, Theo you don't remember when Blanche almost you don't wash the you need to catch a useful Australia's Dorothy is house because her mom lives. She was like the main. No it was blanche's house blanched lived in Miami and rose. Rose came from Saint Olaf and Dorothy came and her mom was shady pines and when we originally started the mob with Shady Pines then came out and then they sent her back but she came back but no that was blanche's how. To Live Blanche Bryce guests on. We did season three episode. All thing to all the respect the Kaya. Gosh So not only was, and she was a businesswoman because Dorothy Sophia. Arose they all were paying rents are I. Didn't know that. Okay. Yeah. Okay. All right. So very strong case for Blanche devereaux to be the freaky EST freak who she up again. Yes. What wait before we just say the can't you cannot just hear what sounds like for you to say in a southern thing. Say I'm blanche. devereaux. Crop. South of Long Island price I don't know if even got the Philly there. Yes Robert. That was like no. Well, how do you say? Hold on. Wait. I got I had to go to the mall. From Sino. Blinds Devereaux Dorothy Sophia. Go ahead and. Do it again, you gotta do it again until you hit at the hair so you're proficient bowl edge. That's better. A little better just maybe. If, we could have the everything Bagel evening if we could just maybe. Spicy seasoning on it to the to the blinds Blanche devereaux. Should Jeff? Seeds Baby. Blanche Blanche Elizabeth Devereaux. Her name's bills at bet that was supposedly thanks. she said, she slept one hundred, forty three guys during the course of the show. But research thought it's one, hundred, sixty, four. Okay. Oh. That sounds like my quarantine stand. S Just My. Yes who? Who's WHO's she going up? Against? Uncle, Kiva, while this is a, this is the real matchup or to go tiptop toes with Blanche Miss piggy herself Miss Piggy, Ms Peggy Okay How's she? The freaky is freak. Lifted okay, I'll keep screaming or y'all, but I thought play Robert. So this is the one thing that I loved about Miss Peaky was in the original muppets. The headliner or the the showstopper she was just one of the muppets back. You know she gave me back with Bert and Ernie even they wasn't on them up it's but like you know she was just wanted the people on it. So but people fell in love with Miss. PIGGY. So she became a front runner that she had on again off again with Kermit. And I just felt like miss piggy. Again I noticed in the kids show. So I WANNA GET UNCLE TV too wrapped up i. also felt like for Women in general I for me Miss Piggy represents a lot. She also I felt like Ed is as hard as they could be in a monkey and but I'm not okay. So let me just say this by saying this, we're going with us. I'll go for a lot of different things because I feel like miss piggy represents a lot for women. And I feel like she unapologetically and again I'm not talking kids wise. I'm talking I'm looking at Miss Piggy as in the Dow. So let me just preference there but she was unapologetically herself. Okay she took charge and her relationship. And you always eat guys up that there would always be some sort of like they would like today would make her mad and sometimes they would make the bad guy would make some sort of a comment about her looks and then that would set her off to start doing karate inch do like A. Way. We was that a dropper. That was real. Good. I, that could have been that could have been. That you don't get don't get too crazy. Man. Rice, if the pipe cast and crew doesn't work out I, think we have a backup plan for to has that's almost kinda scary robber. I mean death but another thing that I liked about miss piggy. Uncle I'm going enjoyed her I. Wouldn't. With But what I loved about. Miss Piggy was a lot of the Times. You know people would sometimes use pig as slur all your ugly you're paying like you know something like that however Miss Picky Ball Glam okay. Ms. Picky bus style Miss Piggy won Miss Piggy have her hair curled up in them, curl pins and come in with that low jacket on our I listen and Oh. Let me just also take you down Memory Lane I. Think Miss Piggy was one of the as a younger child. That's when I was like maybe I'm not like the regular is because I'm like, what am I so fascinated with Miss Piggy al why? Why in my life? So. I have a reabsorbed. Catalog over the last six months or so with my kids who have wanted to watch and we've watched the the muppet movie muppet Caper Modern Day up offerings and I think the one thing that I have noticed is that miss piggy is often a mirror for the timeframe whether it's In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, or nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, or two, thousand, eight or twenty nineteen Miss Piggy. Her look always reflects the times that she does not have like. Kermit update his look based on what year it is not even. Janice and there's not a lot of lady muppets. I have to be honest about mickey she always is a evolving. In this essay I will that's pretty good route. You should take the you know maybe maybe there's a thesis there somewhere the the Ottawa crew. There are list of stuff from his piggy. She's in an on again off again, somewhat violent interspecies relationship with kermit the frog for almost two years like Bryce said started out as a background player but skyrocketed defame wrote a bestselling book. Her fabulous fashion style while mood swings and absolute confidence that she's destined to be star maker one of the great divas and devious story. Yes yes. This is a hard one for me. Yeah. Well, for me. If the list was. Devi devious divas and I think that he is a no doubt her but I feel like that compared to blanche I have to advance planche over miss piggy. But also before you even make tests, they never a member of. The freaky. freaky is it's a it's unapologetically being whoever you are. No. I was going here like what whoever blanchard up against I'm going with her but I think the more I think about it. I think I have to give my vote to miss piggy because I yes she's a trendsetter she's been the forefront she's been control relationships has styles, states changing okay I just I love Blanche but I'm going to have to give my vote to miss piggy. So I guess that leaves uncle. With the tie-break this is tough Some other notes they have for blanche she states that she's never worn underwear before. I'll I'm single I'm free on Saturday night and I could arch my back into my head touches, my heels. She do. Times. I don't know maybe we could have ever against Liu net. If you want to revoke price. I don't know this is tough. This is tough and they're both classique. I would also be like all miss piggies been along for a long time. But my God this is so hard. Okay. So if I can make one more point in favor of blanche over ms pig. where I feel like that blanche I feel like is more of a independent minded woman where yes she has many many suitors and has gone through men like Kleenex, miss piggy often that in in these assorted muppet movies and I'm sure this is more of a a sign of the Times that miss piggy herself but she is often depicted as sort of just being insanely jealous of any other woman that Kermit the frog happens to have any sort of interaction with. I don't know if that's a point or four against her interest being. I'm listening I was listening I'm trying to find me a Mr Pick me but I do think uncle keep you didn't change my mind I thought. Okay. So I'm back to Blanche Branch we got some more blanche fact for the neck ground. Also Adams Biggie. Information. Yes that's going to be. That's going to be a titanic match of blanche versus Jamie and Sir say when we get to that a little later Let's go. We actually have rob. Play in match only one of them, but it's a good one. Okay. So let's get to the good one and the winner of this play in face Lil, Kim was that a you one dice or was that was that from the Ottawa Ladies If you rumble with their be. Doha. Adult. I actually don't even know who she is uncle. Little. Kim. Not just okay. Yes. That's a me right in. All right. But to get the Little Cam, we're going to dismiss all the. Rick we're GONNA. We're GONNA. Go to the. We're GONNA go to the ROB's Rob's new favorite sport the basketball court, and we have a play in match up. It's Dennis Rodman, verse Wilk Chamberlain. o-. It's a really this is this is a real. Okay. All right. So yes. Now so Will the still. Legendary. That he is A. Not, going to say what I was to say. That he has a stick man stats. The baseball card Yes twenty twenty thousand number is what he's wanting now's and twenty thousand. So whereas Dennis Rodman who had a little bit of a renaissance in two thousand twenty due to the last dance that we really got to revisit a lot of Dennis Rodman's I exploits with Carmen, Electra, and Madonna and. Many many different Toni Braxton. Yes. Yes and that was you know really highlighted as part of the last dance earlier this year. CanNot Jumping? Yeah So I I don't know a lot about we'll distill But. What I can say 'cause Madre, there's a lot of things that are problematic with Dennis Rodman yet. But there are if when we are talking freaky, EST freak guy definitely can remember Dennis Rodman in his cross dressing phases nineties on I also. Think about that for other young black queers soon, actually the NBA player like someone like Dennis Rodman and back then in my opinion I thought he looked at okay. So I. Don't know. I I don't know much about we'll still but what I can say for Dennis Rodman and I just I. Just the fact that he did not let sexuality define him for me probably gives them a lot of points and especially to be an NBA player for him to be a black man and for him to actually say that like you know sexuality is fluid it's fluid I like women I like men. So I I for me that is a lot for for me and you know a he the diplomat you know see her jain. Okay like you know he wears a lot of different hats had taste so. I I'm just yeah. So I mean, yeah, he has strong. Robin let me let me give a couple of Wiltz that's like let's see. We could sell Bryce even though I don't think it's going to beat Dennis Rodman thirty points a game over your career. First of all I liked the Ottawa ladies. Proper Librarians they wrote he holds a lot of scoring record. Was a funny way to put. Twenty thousand women, I he put a check mark in his day plan planner for every encounter which to me honestly is not freaky. That's like an account that. Let me question in terms of the record book and Akiba I know that you are an accomplished still. Titian. I are we getting? Wilt is getting. double-teammed or triple team. On the court. Is that is that Count Multiple Multiple Times or is that is that one? I think it's two different women so I think that would count for two or three yeah. Well, well, what league is this I'm suddenly interested in. One. Of the reasons I think Bryce. My like Israel Philadelphia Icon Wilt David how yeah. the before. Kobe really the only player to ever die young not even. So young sixty three but really every every great NBA players lived a long life Yes. Seven one before people are tall has his FA- had this famous like freaky mansion in Bel Air that had mirrors and A for covered waterbed while. I think he was like. Nicole Yeah I. Why wasn't pregnant when he died I, believe they had a nightmare of a time trying to sell his house. You know sometimes those celebrities have very spaghetti who would want things in their house and then it's like it's hard to resell that. Whatever way you think about it it's almost like you know being hugged by a bear like you know you're like. Like you know the fire and the water moving. But like how do you put sheets on there? It's a great question. But I think we should go straight to Dennis Rodman Versatile Kim. Rodman it's not. But let me just give you a couple of wilt Chamberlain's nicknames. Of course, we know we know will the stilt. They called him also the record book which I think worked on a lot, of levels. They call them the big dipper. dippy. Dip. Oh, they call them the load. How? Did you know that Akiva I never heard that something I think you'd just submit a nickname ban reference surveys in reference to the. One other one big musty. Aw. Well. That's why they couldn't sell the house at the end. Can you imagine like that being nickname Robert Must the. Europe pulling up to dominate school, and then like another parents. Must. Wife Yeah. Why not here teacher conference night would be interesting musty math. I wonder I. Don't know if he had a lot of kids wealth also, I'm not sure what his. How many So, what can you tell us about about LoC- him? That's Freaky in particular, right? Kimber Rodman. Will Kim Dennis Rodman run in? So I wonder if if they actually have had photos together, Dennis Rodman was the little. Kim. Fan back when Little Kim was big I wanna almost anything he had a run in at the MTV music So this one is a particularly hard for me because I do love Dennis. Rodman. But Listen Little Kim revolutionized the rap industry when you think about rap female rap in the. Nineties you think about like people like MC light in Queen Latifah and so they were essentially like Female Mc's just imitating what the men emcees are. Then when Little Kim came on the scene, she not only n again people like you know Queen Latifah, they rapping about unity you N I t y like you know just like you know when Little Kim came on how many licks does it take? You GET A OH Okay. I used to be scared at a podcast now are throwing. podcasts okay. Had the hunter. X Uncle Key. Yeah. So I've been gone for a minute now what the roadmap okay. So is for me she. Definitely took her sexuality and put it to the front of the ramp and she was one of the first rap females that loved fashion. You know her in Marquette or best friends she wore Louis. Vuitton. She wore Chanel and she boasted about it and one of the May ward she actually had one of her breath how? Famous, looking famous law. Now. Over the years her look has evolved and I listen. I'm not here for a little Kim hates anybody tweets or come little, Kim? I'm blocking you. And I'm going to log onto uncle key account and blocked to okay. So I'm not here for the Little Kim hate. But yes, her look has evolved okay you know and but she's a classic you You. Just everything about little, Kim? So my vote here, and she was in one of the biggest love triangles, her mentor notorious B I g was the rapper in which she came under and which that is no secret that was her lover, and at the time he was married to faith Evans. Love lie this before that you know faith that he was married to faith Evans and here he is bringing up the shebeen film podcast all this stuff Jack. We're, GONNA history lesson here. Atkins I listen you to listen oncle tell ya so his own protege and which that they are having an intimate relationship and so little evidence for years had beef and there was even there's talk. biggie. When he was in California, he had a Condo Little Kim was there and Evan stormed into the house because they were married and faith Evans Little Kim got into a physical altercation and you know after biggies Daf Little Kim has always you know her her sophomore album was entitled notorious K I am if little Kim for me so we s no in. It's no nothing. L. To the I to the is them. I have I have some luke him. Now I did also listen the slow burn which was a big. One. Very good. Yeah. A couple of things. Also, it's fitting little, CAM right. There's no wop nowadays I'm sorry for people having to hear me that right without low camera I think share all he birthed the already fees and the. And the Tony. veloce negative Eli Marianne might. Make the same joke may convene librarian g real. It's crazy that you didn't maybe they don't have walk up there and They deal. That joke just right. So you so brands you think, will Kim's going to beat the worm? As that, worried. Period. Poo. Pool yeah couple. Couple Robin facts right. So Madonna the people remember they're willing to be it was very short but he claimed and you know I think you take everything Rodman says with one hundred grain of salt, which isn't that many grains assault probably probably have to be you know like a Alicia amount. That you offered an everything Bagel you need to get. Talk that that that, Madonna? Twenty million dollars was being no more A. That? Over. Twenty billion dollars to get her pregnant the Carmen Electra. Marriage was nine days Dennis Rodman and uncle TV have the same famous favorite band of all time Pearl Jam, that's not so easy but one of the things is I did try and get. His favorite band unfortunately. Yes. Yeah. It is funny because when I went to see Pearl Jam in Vienna and Berlin who maybe It'll be easy to pick them out with tattoos and everything but no, I did not see Nazi the worm but. Maybe he was North Korea because one of the it's hard to see the Dennis Rodman Milkin link because if you google. Dennis. Rodman Lil. Kim. A lot of articles calling Kim, Jon UN, Lil Kim. You know it's hard to it's hard to get away from the North Korea's stuff. Is some tie in. You know they were both famous at the same time. Yeah. Okay. Well, Kim welcome to the elite eight. Yes I? I. Didn't vote but Bryce you can. You convince me Dennis Rodman minutes. But. Dennis Rodman and little Kim their appearances over the years have both drastically changed. But that's all I'm GONNA say about Little Kim's appearance. She's still a beautiful if you're putting are you still listening to the music welcomes putting price little Kim just dropped the album last year at literally October tenth she dropped a album called nine now. That's Yes I still today or a year ago like twelve months year anniversary little, Kim. Yeah. The number nine. Yes. Go to this podcast with some some nine from Lil Kim instead of the men in black. Chester covering it yeah. Can we get? If we want that maybe uncle chests. Become here. On this Rodham Rodman I think that he probably has the higher highs for freaky it's free but. The overall resume is troubling. So lead little Kim Yeah Correct Yeah Kim Jong. We will not be in this bracket although. We have a real in terms of celebrities maybe the two biggest celebrities on the bracket. Want the aforementioned Madonna going up against Prince Oh. Yeah this is serious user sue a-list. This hard. Okay. Are Are. So where do you WANNA start price? Are you are you a prince skyer you Madonna Person What you say I, hear you. I hear. What think he come on now? You know pants bad, ass. you really WANNA rumble with the be i. just thought you like the Minnesota Vikings maybe. I'll keep a don't do me. So I. I love prints. My mom loves prince. When doves cry I don't but I Yeah I think that yet there's I don't know for me growing up I always thought Prince Gay. And so what I loved about it was that he had this in Drrajivparti Irit about him and you know be what you feel in and love what you love. But the story that I have heard about prince was that prince most certainly loved the women and the women love Prince back he has a catalog that spans the life of Lou net on the clock to you know Miss Piggy. His fashion sense was amazing. His hair. So yeah I I'm definitely a prince fan but Carmen Electra overlap from Rodman. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. However when I think about Mirjana. The I I. Don't know I be somewhat problematic about Madonna. in the era of you when she came, I would want to her biggest songs with spoke, which was you know kind of sorta stolen from the Gaya ballroom scene in the eighties? No, there's your. Yes. So I mean it was I don donahue is a gay icon. I May, yes. She is however especially at do you know what a ball is robber in uncle tv so we did a podcast Robin. AKIVA. Get dragged where. Talked about that here. But I that? That's the extent of which we know about it. So yes. So the ballroom scene and the gay community especially in the eighties was huge at its performance. There are a lot of times they would have different categories trade was. Thing. They would have you know. They would have, and at that time, they will call the drag but they would have like you know like trans ruinous, just a whole bunch of and it's definitely performance sometimes an actual bogeying ing it's the the. What you see, but not really what you see in Madonna 'cause you know some? Girls can vogue down but the big controversy about Madonna and the vote was. The the ballroom scene had been going on for years and a Lotta Times will we know about you know in the gay community is that we don't get highlighted there's not a lot of things but the ball you would consider in the ballroom community, they have houses and the best that I can relate that to is like fraternities like you know you you pledge a fraternity, pledge a house, and so in the eighties, win people especially of color and the minorities would come out they. Their families would disown them, and so they would literally have to turn to becoming sex workers or in the. Street, and so they you join a house and that became your family So they would then go have these balls and it was competitions in. They were just different categories that there would be like real niff- So ruinous like trade schoolboy. So like the category would be, can you pass as a straight schoolboy look and so you have to dress up like your your biggest schoolboy look and you'll walk down the runway and the judges which at you, and then they would have vulcan competitions and so but the vulgar's get down and so what I'm just trying to say Madonna A. When it came out everyone and you know widespread you know the mainstream everyone's like, oh, my God, she invented vogue she now. No girl you came and stole it from this small community and People say that she definitely gave the props chewed the ballroom scene especially in New, York at that time and if anyone ever watched the documentary Paris is burning. It's literally from around that time period, but it wasn't because it. But anyway. So that's just my biggest controversy Madonna. But at the same time, you know Madonna fifties and she got a little boy toy, my twenty, four, twenty, five come on Ledger. Yes okay. So yes, and she's just a musical icon of people. Madonna has had a forty year career out of being provocative Can you know make the case for for Prince I understand the musical legacy of prince but why are we talking about prince is the freaky is free. Like do you I mean have you seen a prince video prints exude sexuality and exuded sexuality from a man of color and like in a non binary way like principle wear female clothes prince would have like a boost a boost Daca life you know Selena's that say, and you know what? Bell bottom pants on and like you know his hair curl and I mean you just obviously have not heard the like the. The, the wilt distill stories about Prince Prince was out here in the streets so I don't know maybe you know. What's on the back of Prince's baseball? Card I. Listen the stories upon stories upon stories I heard about that one time that he hung out with Charlie Murphy Yeah now. Rest in Peace Charlie. Prince. Yeah. So I mean I. I, feel like I have more stuff about Madonna, but I'm just more buys the Prince Purple Rain So my vote is going to be I-I've. a couple of Madonna Prince facts from the librarian crew, the librarian crew Madonna the they say it's she's as the mother of freaks because other afraid. That's one of nicknames on her baseball reference. Part I. Guess did show planner. She had no day planner but you know there's no lady Gaga without, Madonna? Christina. Aguilera. Britney Spears Kiss famous on Letterman jobs too young for but nineteen ninety she she kept cursing and she took her underwear She released a book that was basically banned the ninety two certainly Madonna a freak. Yeah. The difference also Prince and. Princess to work for a prince was like five three, right five, still two, seven, one, five, two. Yes. Oh, well when he wore his heels, he fix. The only the only celebrities right? Who like you know a lot of celebrities like won't tell you what city they live in prints like us to invite people to his house right need play. He played his house, the famous waffles which they make fun of in the Chapelle show sketch but the they would make up in like a diner every day. I guess I mean my vote is still prince but I feel like the fact that you have laid out. If you the mother of freak I feel like you have to advance. Yeah. This is this is tough. These are these are y'all my voters. Ought to be robbed, you have to take I would go with Madonna just because I'm more familiar with her legacy as a as a freak that I feel like. I am you know? Definitely, familiar with Prince's accomplishments. But I feel like that I don't know necessarily about his legendary. Freakish status. The prince's music is definitely freak year. Then Madonna I think there's no question right freeman the songs like electric intercourse I don't think Madonna would have a song. Course. He can have. It is it is really close. prints is no longer here. The state status case this is tough. I do the only problem is bryce. This is an anti Minnesota podcasts. Canal. Point that I think that properly in real life prince was probably the freak year freak and I. Want to vote for him but. The show I think she's like not free but I think prince was like this is what leaked out about prince dinner versus like Yeah Donna. Madonna figured out how to monetize it. One hundred, percent one, hundred percent for nothing. If we go back to Lou Nets clock, I, feel that prince could get his his feet up to one. Team. Okay I desk just but y'all okay. It sounds like you're gonNA woman it's always I. I always think when I think Madonna I was like she's older than both my parents and she's You know she's out there. My I'm not team Madonna in this bracket but that is another thing that I feel like makes me like Madonna is that yes, Ya as don't have nothing to do with the okay. It's how you feel and how you want to feel and if you have millions of dollars, you can essentially like you know the life that you want to live. But I I like the fact that Madonna is a woman of a certain age and you know still live our best life. Although you know prince was a woman of certain age before he died and was living his best to. Marvel is still for. Oh. Are you interested in a famous people prince hooked up with versus famous people Madonna hooked up with can we get that list? Real real quick. Okay. Not confirmed women who princes at least dated. Okay. Carmen Electra, the aforementioned rob electric. Kim Basing her. Oh Kim. Basinger was so I you know I wanted to like twenty two like the tick Tock Nicole's the world don't even know that is how it was like such a big star. For. Nine, hundred, ninety five. Sheena Easton. Our okay. Let me see. trying to give you some other. A. listers here. APPALACHIA. Famously Sheila E. Oh I know she'll is. Okay. What is it now? Wish it wasn't showing Atar player. But I also think he was secretive. I. Think for every like Prince relationship you hear about a hundred that you don't. Versus don leaking publicist like, Hey, you know who spent the night okay. The men and women of Madonna's a slide show. From the. La Times website. Okay. All right. Turn off my adblocker to see us. Okay. Slide show from Madonna okay. Here we go. Twenty, six images are here. They gotta get those clicks. You gotTa Click through. Yeah to park. Madonna. Okay. Let's see. Madonna said, she wanted to have to pox baby. She briefly dated the Thug Life Rapper in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five year before his murder. The puck region as where the winner faces little can't. Yes. then. Let's see. WHO ELSE WE HAVE This is. Mark Wahlberg. Ice. Oh. Yes. Okay. Wherever it was like the rollins Yeah Rodman. K.. She hasn't really been in CELEB- relationships in the lab you know in the in the twenty first century as much. Yes, and this is according to this movie. Outright rumor has it that Prince and Madonna were once lovers. Really get the answer. Of who? A can we jamie thirsty lancaster them at just had them both perceived? To. Our we. Kim would you not a little cam and then put both of them through? Know then we still have to make decisions out. Yeah. Know not doing as. Okay I changed my vote Madonna. No I. I was GONNA change the prince. Find let's put Madonna through and we'll have we'll have. An icon battle off between look him and Madonna and the. Madonna. Lose points that did she have sex with A-rod? Did she Yeah, I. Think. So I I don't know everyone is so corny. Don't respect Jaylo for for being a relational yarrow. The press I'm not I'm not an era guy Let's let's go to some historical figures. That you know we have some real freaks in the in this bracket. Let's start with Catherine. The great for his Jenga. It's always gingas Kahn right. Khan. I thought Angus Genghis. Right. So Catherine the Great. and Genghis Khan I. Little, further back than Madonna Madonna. You know his older than my parents but gangs Conrad from eleven sixty. All right. Do you have the back story on Catherine? The Great? A great. So she is a little more modern seventeen, sixty to seventeen ninety six did not live that long ago maybe thirty years. Damn married till Western rob that was like third birthday. Party right. It was a fourth grade. Okay. Just just make sure yes. Yes. So, she's unhappily married to Emperor Peter the third. So she organizes a coup takes over the throne. She's like the real say lantis there right very open better sexuality handle. She was known to have several loves love or some of them were selected for her by her ex Prince Gregory Potemkin sheet a close friend who supposedly took all the lovers for a test drive to make sure that would be satisfactory. And of course, the famous horse story that you know she tried to maybe have relationship with a horse with a heart is suppose I like the most famous thing about Catherine, the great but supposedly it's Apocryphal. But the fact that people believed it about her at the time you know it's like if they said that about you know just the random guy in the street Joe Schmo, they'd be like, no, that's not true. So the facts to believe it. Yes. Out this back and I have untimely death Article v around her and they rumor starts flying around. WORL-. Okay I'M GONNA use yardages confirm it. Yeah Okay, read it will be on fire that day. All right. So confirm it move on I. got it. Yes. You have never heard the horse thing. That's the most famous thing about Catherine the Great. So I I have and I have, I, feel like in some of the historic shows that I watch, they have much upon there but I just didn't know that the with Catherine the Great. But I, I mean, I, like car for organizing a coup and getting her husband and become queen the empress or so I I, love that about her. So, I mean, I'm smiling from ear to ear. She might be my grandmother. My Great. Very Great. Great. Great Grandma. Yes. What problems with the STOORIKHEL figures guys is like you ever see a painting of someone and they sound like such a bad ass from sixteen, Forty two and then you see a p. and it's like, you know I don't know. So if you go on Wikipedia Catherine, the great doesn't look as intimidating as my picture of, but it's just a pain thing it's not. Have you seen Rob's photo from the an Yeah. Yeah, the yellow shirt you're talking about that one. Meryl Okay. Merigo is yes. Thank you. Yes. The painting that they did back then does hold up as well. The. Genuine article. For Genghis, Khan? So. There, there is a net flicks theories now. Abby lying if I said the name of it? But or maybe wasn't even Netflix there might have been like showtime or stars of this. It doesn't. It doesn't feature Ganga's calm but there is this guy that comes in as a painter and Genghis Khan likes him and so he stays around but so. I don't like gang of from from the series that I watch. Okay. He wasn't that nice to his wife but although his wife was a really, it really should be Genghis Khan's wife and Catherine the great going against each other. But we know that gang con he liked young women he had M-. Many many many lovers. Lot of science to one of his sons kind of cute. But that's all I know for Niche. Okay. That's all. What we're going off of. Genghis Khan is the ancestor of at least point five percent of the world's population. You had a large Harum of the most beautiful women he could capture or acquire in other ways about two thousand and three thousand women and his sons and grandsons followed suit. Yeah. He's famous that that. Yeah. Marks in the day planner it's what we're. So yeah. Yeah. Wilt Chamberlain had nothing on him. He was not. He was not the scoring leader that season eleven sixty, twelve, twenty-seven. If. Katherine Degrade is say Lancaster he's cal Drago from the beginning of game of thrones very violent. supposedly was actually inspiration for College Rogo his armies are supposed to have killed over forty million people. I GONNA be. canceled. The fuse around nowadays. People he was in. He wants killed someone by pouring molten lava over them, which is also. To was named. again in the very beginning. He had lots of wives and concubines frequently acquired wives and concubines from empire inside his conquered. These women were also often predecessor queens taken captive and like you said, sixteen million people. Just. In that area who had DNA traces that they were direct descendants of gang con Yeah. Didn't have any relationships with animals. I, mean, he was definitely freaky. That's a good question. I mean Will Chamberlain had twenty thousand women didn't even get past. Rodman in the play in round. Right Genghis Khan about two thousand and three thousand women. CATHERINE THE GRAY allegedly. Even, if she didn't actually try to copulate with a horse people thought, she could have believed it. Right and for me is the concubines for me. So Gung is king is canceled for me so I like Yeah I. Yeah. Listen. If I'm going to go out, let let the story Bitola. three-horse is okay. Horses three if I'm going to go out again, all fake at least one of them has to be true. Yeah Okay STORY ABOUT BRACES THREE HORSES WE'RE GONNA, have to you know we're not gonna be able to night I'd be lifted but I mean what better than I mean although Genghis Khan Might make us all related but. In my opinion, it just don't have nothing on the urban legend of the Horse. My Girl Catherine Ozzy, cat from me. Okay. You also gangs never let people like take pictures or not literally pictures but a paint a portrait of him. So unlike catheter it, we don't know what it looks like but also to me, that means like if he was really like the hottest student town I feel like you would let you know what I mean like maybe he was hiding something so we couldn't get no Selfie whigham like Nelio. Guess no kings company look no cat faith snapchat filter were Ganga's. Okay we're moving on from Genghis Khan. We're like gang is canceled. Pretty. Good. We got some authors in the in the second half of the historical figures. Yeah. Always the most exciting. Yeah. I Irish writer James Joyce born eighteen, eighty, two, died nine, hundred, forty one and he's famous for ulysses a very a Meghan the librarian pick I think she did she wanted to put an historical figures Yeah. I the this. These is really the region that didn't come from prices twitter list Why? Why? Why? Why would you just assume net robber? Well, we're authors she's Meghan the librarian. At me I got Amazon audio book or to Okay. Giving James Joyce. Who that? Fact Diet I. I. had to read James Joyce in I either take a couple classes after college just finish because I was only on campus six masters and one of them was with James Joyce scholar. This lady who was like. In hunter couch. She was like fifty five and she had never finished her doctorate and was still like trying to become a full time professor whatever and James Duh. It was just so boring. it was probably one of the most. Anyway James. His writing was avant garde. He was a stream of consciousness style and sometimes ignored the rules of grammar. That's free. Ulysses most famous book bryce contains a sentence that's over thirty five hundred words. Long Oh. All right that is free. Our Eighth Grade English teacher would have just failed us if we tried. Beth how right on twitter so what does the part where he's the FREAKY EST free? All right. We're GONNA get there. Listen. This is for Megan the librarian she knows who's freaky. When a portion of his book featuring sexual content was printed in an American magazine Nineteen Twenty One, the publisher were arrested, arrested and charged with obscenity. She said, the people were writing into submit James Joyce the form. Why his love letters to his wife or very freaky. She says to freaking to be read on the PODCAST, but the weirdest part is that he was very into his wife guarding. All. Okay. All right. I love. Let's see. Okay. Let's see what Mary Shelley author hold on. Thirteen NSF W lines from James. Joyce's incredibly dirty love letters. Let's see if we could handle see. F You just eat rice Yeah Yeah So. He says in in one of them he talks about the last drop of C.. C.'s. He talks about let me see if there's anything that I can read year. Nineteen forty one day was again like chief said. He says Bryce here. Perhaps, the Horn I had was not big enough for you. For I remember. then. I can't read those second part yeah right. Yeah. Okay. I I think there's like a you know you might want to get to a certain level and then above that it's like all right. We can't go beyond the security but for me, it's the Dutch oven so I mean Okay I. I'm here for the the nor a bake oven. Yeah. Okay. Letters back to him. Yeah because these very offensive all these letters that he that he wrote to her then he he ended up. With on December second nine, hundred, Ninety S. Darling do not be offended at what I wrote. Yeah. If you say offense so he invented no offense have you say no offense at the end everything in there you're absolve from and I think that the difference between writing a dirty letter and then meet me sex thing is that like when you get no response to though. Okay well, maybe. The message is not hitting the intended target where. He wasn't writing some of these things and then seeing three dots. You're saying he would have been ghosted in in modern time I think didn't realize until he might have written six letters before he ever got back frame, right? Right? Okay. All right. That's let's see what Mary Shelley. An English writer Seventeen Ninety, seven, hundred, fifty, one, she wrote Frankenstein as a teenager basically creating the genre of science fiction. Her mom was radical feminist writer who unfortunately died shortly forgiving birther when Mary was being ruled by eventual husband they would meet secretly mother's grave and that's where she slept with him for the first time? The personal life with scandal she ran off to Europe with Percy her husband eighteen fourteen. To sixteen even though he was a married man at one point. attended a church service where the sermon was specifically preaching against her that seems like. What he died yeah it was like a roast roast. Shelley. Percy dies and eighteen, twenty two. So she's a widow in her early twenties. and then cremated him. So they wouldn't. It wouldn't put his heart when cremated strategic kept his heart as a memento and carry it around with her yeah. And when she died, they found it in her desk wrapped in the pages of one is most I listen this is all they have Mary Shelley. A. James Joyce grosses me out but also seems like a much bigger free. So I, don't know I mean the but could you imagine like going to like the synagogue or church like you don't go what you've been like him? Well, let's go today. We'll go today. They're like and those podcasters. Yeah. I. Know I'm like Oh my God. Among, it'd be awkward. Yeah. That's funny. Yeah. Although not they should learn that listening to a podcast that's talking about a podcast or. Listening to this talking talked. The hard thing is a power move like I do think carrying around your dead husband's heart is pretty wild but I don't know freaky it is Yeah I. think that losing her virginity on her parent's grave is pretty freaky. Yeah. That is freaky. That is her that is sort of calling card I'm going to go Joyce. What do you think price? I mean, if you care and around your husband Har I feel like your nickname should be musty No. I don't know I'm I feel like I'm going with Mary only because she just for me seems a little bit more of like a rabble Yeah. So this is really the crux of where we're at here today because I feel like that James Joyce thing I think definitely fits the bill of what I was worried about coming into this of like. Are we going to explore the sexual deviance of all time? They. James Joyce I think definitely checks a lot more of those boxes in terms shape James Joyce rob listen people are into different stuff than we have. With Mary she more lived an adventurous and risque life that doesn't necessarily have to prelude to sexual deviants. So I think and again, a lot of people that were writing again, they didn't really understand the essence of what the freaky speak really is. So I mean that's my vote here is for mayor. had a little lamb. What do you think cookie? I voted already don't think either these are GonNa win the tournament. So I don't think it's hugely important I. think they're going to I. Think they're going to get rocked in in the semi finals or the finals down that bottom half with the with blanche devereaux sourcing Jamie look him and Madonna there those are some titans of the game. I don't know the top half year Catherine the grades probably going to beat either them anyway. All right. Let's put Mary Shelley through second closest TAB on my hair. And your incognito mode also. James Joyce. All right. Let's go back to something I think we're more familiar with because I. Don't know these are okay. And let's go to the reality TV region the final region. Yes he got. And I gotta say. So the first one is Nina leaks and then who is John Miller Bryce it's Niimi leaks I John Miller. Jazz from Sunday night baseball. From love after lockup. Yes. In three he has he has a crackpot with flies above Yo guy yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. He has put in a personal ad. In the newspaper asking for Santa Claus to bring him a Christmas gift in the form of a girlfriend and somebody actually Robak, and they were in a relationship He is the one that also de feathers and Eagle Wing and put his freezer along with his fish sticks and breakfast sausages. He is someone that responded to someone on right prisoner dot com fell in love with a young lady and built an altar in the back of his truck and proposed to her the second as she got out of the penitentiary and then yeah, there was a mattress they're also. Okay. So he was planning ahead his creative skills for me are subpar I just him unsure of whether or not? He really can get down in net crackpot. Okay. Did he do anything else that was especially freaky after the premier that we talked about Bryce I I mean I've kind of started falling off a love after lockup. So I haven't really watched a couple more episodes. He he just his need for unhealthy relationships and his needs for like wanting to marry women soon weekly without. Knowing much about them leads me to believe that he I mean, he definitely has the makings of the freaky EST free. Yes. And my opinion. So tell me about any leaks who? Has Famously Star of the real housewives of Atlanta correct. Correct us. She also had a stint from the celebrity apprentice which need to discuss here today. So. Tell me what is so freaky about leaks. I think that I would think that you would lean more to Anini leaks character in the sense that again, this is what I mean someone who's on apologetically themselves. So knee leaks I said well, I said trash box bloop. So she's got these one liners that stick with us she is she don't play. She divorced her husband then remarried them. She is just an iconic reality TV star and I feel like her freakiness is herself and that she listened you know if she say, don't go in her closet, don't go classic. Okay. Well, it's in the closet. I me not Marvin Harry. For home alone right. Now okay. There was an alleged physical altercation when they were filming season twelve when she had axed the girls not to go in her closet girls want her classes and win the camera crew and producers follow she listed pulled them back allegedly a producer may or may not have lost just to finish. From Ni, Ni? Okay. Bye Wake. Okay. She you know. Who can forget the country version of jump itch Ati Fatah party whole so I mean there there is a lot to linnea leaks that I feel like doesn't necessarily meet the sexual but for me needy leaks is the freaky EST freak. Okay. At you know she she's opening up lounge the Linda Lee, the leap, the Acadia thought lengthy lounge and Atlanta. Coming soon we know that she was knocked expect for it will. She's not coming back for season thirteen, which is very, very fast. I won't be watching Atlanta because if the queen is not there, I won't be there but there's just a lot about me that you just have to love. Okay. I have one more question Nina so. The Ottawa crews that she plays dirty in capital letters and all area all areas of her Life Gossiping from. New even example if that's true now may begin. v Librarian going to have to go back to the ALMANAC. Okay. You can't win where you play low. So I just feel like you know knee reminds a lot of you know me a couple years back so she just is. She has is she's very tall in stature a lot of some of the women like Kim Zodiac have referred to me as a horse Big Call Catherine. The grading. But she just she she likes her way and when it doesn't go her way sometimes she uses her voice Some people characterize as villain other people characterized as the heroine. I I mean I'm Ne- Fan. No shy of that. So I. Love Ni Ni My vote here will go for the Linney via. Okay. Yeah. No you sold me I. Think She's the clear winner between her and John. Miller. Is Not that famous? So I think Nina leaks gotta gotTa win this one. Yeah. Keep it. You don't think John. Miller. the baseball announcer has a chance to advance. They all say F- Luma. From the Mariners Angels Playoff. Okay. Edgar Score okay. So now the last match up, and then we could you know ripped through the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals quick. 'cause we we went through everybody. It's the cast of Tiger King Versace Tiffany New York Pollard. Now. This seems very unfair to have the cast of a whole show. I mean Bryce, do you WANNA cut down to one person from Tiger I mean. It would either be careful basket or joint gotta be make a Joe Exotic Joe Exotic. My God, this is your a joe exotic sympathizer. I mean I, enjoy his. Just understood. I mean part of him or not are misunderstood other parts of him are very clear soak because joystick is. problematic. All around and a lot of people can be but I choose that just you know. Look at people from a more lighthearted stance. So I I definitely. I mean Joe Exotic was obsessed with the fact that Carol. Baskin. But like he killed. Her ex husband and she currently on dancing with the stars and we know that her ex husband's children and ex wife believe that it was Carol Baskin so much that when dancing with the stars premiered. Okay they took out a TV ad. That after Carol Baskin God. Done dancing. They put an ad on. TV. If. You have any information to the whereabouts or the missing information of whatever her husband was. Please call us or if you have any information about Carol Baskin and the situation, can you imagine you dancing with the stars and they take out an ad and that's playing while the premiere of dancing with the? Stars. Patrol move by ABC's even take that ad right. A money be topped. That's true. Maybe. We could buy on the with the stars they think they're really struggling. What would we say? I will listen we've got a big up this week we got bryce on. We should promote it. We should go straight to the top. So. Do are we doing joe exotic or the whole cast? The Tiger cat? Yeah. I think the whole cast would. Plummet tiffany. However I mean tiffany can stay on her own fees. She is the original H. B.. I see she is what people I mean for. Honestly she is. The original reality like trashy. But lovable star I mean with without Tiffany, there would be no knee leaks. No with tiffany. First of all, she loved in dated and possibly had sex with flavor flav. So that's probably like thousand points there and then. He also alike of. Our First Person Lynette famous for clock positions. And she you know it is Halloween season you know during her first season. The classic biped Pumpkin by Pumpkin and Pumpkin were. Both. In New York space. Then, she came back to be a coach on the second season of flavor of love, and then she went from being coach to back into the contestant of flavor of love again, and then flavor did not pick her he went with delicious. He would hoops the first time. Delicious the second time but the one thing that for me with the freaky. EST why I love New York as the freaky freak is that her hustle and that she has been on reality TV or a decade. Now, New York gets the job you know York has been on countless other reality shows and she's just still loved on social media. She now has a new show that got picked up on vh one brunch with tiffany. And she has you know since I mean have got her mom mama pilot who I mean she could definitely be on the freaky EST bracket. But you know New York is very open about just everything. So New, York is just great so I. So it's hard to go up against Joe Exotic who has to husbands You know stealing money from his parents dressing up in shirts with the hands So I mean I, it's a hard one for me by. I probably would have to go with Oh don't hate me but I probably would have to go with just Joe exotic tack. Again. I think is the biggest like. Tiffany Pollard certainly the more accomplished person. But if we're going off of WHO's the freaky EST freak here I think it's Joe Exotic. I mean, right. He ran for governor so I mean lifted I. Group. maybe he should be. The right. So you say that about. I guess Mike Pence was just a little freer. Is the fly for. The fly we'll find Lai that flight should have been in there. All, right. Let's let's go straight to the quarterfinal matchups bryce. What do you think about Joe Exotic versus meaning? It would definitely be Joey. Scotto. Win this one I think yes. and then I think we're all going to agree Catherine the Great Beats Mary Shelley. Right. Yes the Horse, the heart uh-huh. So let's get to the hard ones on the bottom. The bottom half of the bracket ended up being stacked. So we got blanche against Jamie and Sir say oh ooh. I have to say I'm in a pickle O of a pickle myself because that won't ease get some cool eight on that pickle. To me. I would say my vote is for. Blanche devereaux she is one person. And the LANCASTERS are two people. And the other than they're twins that want to you know be married and with each other sexually. I don't know if there's a ton more that super freaky about Jamie Sir say. I mean Jamie was the one thing. I yeah. But the one thing that essentially. Killed The Society So, but I would probably I mean that rationale does break it down i. just think that Jamie and thirsty their name is just so big but I feel like you're right feel like blanche exudes every part of what the freaky EST freak is. So my vote would probably be for Blanche Elizabeth Devereaux. Also I will say that blanche has almost no secrets in that that Jamie. Thursday. Their whole big thing is a secret. So if they were up to the true description of what the Rufus Freak was, they let the flag why but you spoiler alert for the first episode given thrones They don't need to push brand stark out a window because everybody should know, hey, that we are brother and sister where together and we don't care who knows about it. Blanche would have pushed out the window for saying she was prude. Yes She would have she would have invited brand in the window. She would've pull him into out different. which out so yes, the call me yeah. That's pretty right. So Blanche, we got some blanche quotes, but we're going to advance hurt so. We'll we'll him for the Sammy's? The last matchup for the semi finals of of the ranch eight here Lil Kim. Verse Madonna to fooling boy. So I mean. I also WanNa say that just like Catherine the great that a rumor that was not true a rumor in like the nine, thousand, nine hundred, and early two thousands Little Kim had to get her stomach pumped and yes. Why what happened to her? Age you know I. With her. She heard she heard the story about James Joyce and she got nauseous. I do think that Bryce don't you think that was like every sort of every generation has like a story from some female celebrity I. Feel like they're all fake and apocryphal like every I forget who was in when I was you know and as you pointed out I'm older like the you know someone's getting their stomach pumped. I'm not sure if it ever happened right? That's. True but I mean I also would like to say that I. Would lead little Kim is a. More. Because people say that like she has like trance like she's went from an African American woman in the ninety. Two Thousand Twenty Year don't the and this is not this with the people in the trolls say Davis always like say they on a boxed for her ethnicity she would check other because Maine's people always say she pleases a scan of Speller through all these things. So I'm just saying like you know has Madonna Changed Persons. I mean I'm just you know just more more check for the little. That is the Kim. really freaky but I find it interesting. Her her birthdate is not known price. We don't know what year she was born what Kim now. Kimberly Denise Jones she's she's like forty three. So she was born in So Wikipedia says it's a big argument some people say everyone knows her birthday. It's July eleventh. They agree but they say some documents have seventy four, some have seventy five at the like that makes you even more freaky. Okay. 'cause I agree I agree I like I like when you don't. Early to late twenties to early thirty, thousand, meet lifted an. That I should bring her up here but my grandmother who I never met my father's mother when she. When she? Wherever she passed they found the document that said, she was two years older than than she thought she was my grandfather's alive. She played down arrange a couple of years. Why? What was the reason I think maybe because she was older than my grandfather. dateable age at that point. Yeah, her prospect status was screwed up then Yeah. Yeah. I think that's what happened but also look him would maybe to the bottom of that one time I think she was arrested at some point and I think she gave but. Oh listen. She don't knit. How could I forget this some? She had a legendary rat beef with foxy Brown. Okay. Foxy. Brown. came up up under Little Cam. There was the lead. There's a song called what they were supposed to do an album thelma and Louise and there is there allegedly have. They recorded some songs but we've never heard but foxy brown came up. You Know Little Kim has alleged that you know she gave her clothes, her shoes but anyway, they got to date. They had a falling out of friends which actually led to a shootout. Okay. Shootout Little Cam with junior mafia. Junior mafia is was the group that Biggie was way of. Maith little. The's a little Caesar. They're they're allegedly shooting, and if it was for years, then it actually went to court and when he died little Kim was the the breadwinner. So Little Kim with funding all of these people's lifestyles and still trying to make this image and little Kim's not a snitch. So when it came time that the police were actually investigating shootout because people were actually hurt during the shootout. Kim stood strong effect I. Don't know I'll know what happened. You know I listen I listen I don't know no named nothing but the same people that little Kim little thieves. Living in her house paying his bills he went to court they pressured him and he actually named camp and Kim had to do a year and a day in federal prison and Philadelphia, and here's a fun little back when little. Kim Got out of Federal Prison Adelphia. My mom dropped me off and I was like among all the fans they were like. Little Kim getting out but that's awesome. And another little fact does Madonna have this little Kim was a pioneer in the early TV rab when after she had gotten indicted in was going to jail she had a bt series which asked the time was the highest rated reality show and I think it was like the. Countdown to lockdown Little Kim. And countdown to lockdown yes. Because she was A. To. Lockdown No no no, that's just twenty twenty. Wasn't March. She's just a pioneer. Okay. Okay. No she's got a house in New Jersey that is forever Allegedly going for foreclosure not going for foreclosure. Really know your I mean I mean waterbed with for covering. I think Biggie and Faith Evans might have that I don't think Kim had that for herself but none of that. But I'm just saying for me if little to the Calcutta the I to the is is their case to be made for Madonna Advancing Akiva. I mean longevity I say like staying in the public guy but. What are you gonNA say Bryson all little. Cam. Left Little Kim was the first. Female Rapper to go platinum people are still talking about little Kim to this day whether or not it's about her image or her look, but she's still brings the headline people out. So Little Kim absolutely has longevity and actually I'm lying there was the first female rapper to go platinum little Kim was the first. Female Rapper Reputa- have consecutive albums go platinum, notorious km and. Hardcore star. About the the Brazzville around and heard about the brand new well, yes, she is around and little known fact she's actually in a She's in a open relationship with this woman name bb Judy who's like a A. But it's really big because obviously, we know a lot of people questioned Brat sexuality in the ninety th but in that time that you couldn't be a female rapper and actually. but and then also. The Brat just came out and monitor. Brat, should be on here. She's just came out on the candy coated Youtube show as said that she dated Alan Iverson for like six months. Wow. Wow. I said in no. Okay. Sorry. I don't know why not. By braces a treasure trove of information. This is yeah, this is. That, we should have had maybe a hip hop bracket and then an NBA Brac. you want that. wiki of three crap okay yeah. Okay. So Hundred, million dollars that mansion for that little house. Maybe we could if we pool all the listeners and then we just move ever winning together. Maybe. Show to fix up allocation. Lipper flop yeah. We can be aware dirty did yeah. Okay. All right. So we're GONNA Bounce Madonna. Madonna. Madonna Hello Yes. Hello to him. And you're also, of course, team will came against Nicki Menaj bryce right. Obviously, I'll go key. But it does seem like she does these people because like foxy brown after that like who's heard about foxy Brown has. An album and twenty year right but then it was just sad because with anyway. We can say for when I come back to give you the Little Kim history. Let's say I'm excited. Right. So now we have our final four we've got catherine degrade risk exotic the only fellow left and blanche versus little. Did Joe. Exotic, ever tried to have sex with the. Tigers. We're. Now, but we know that he will use them to lower like his lover's in. The best. But he would use them as ploy to get people in. Yes I mean. In the shack with him, his like husbands had the babies. Yes. So I mean Yeah Catherine the Great was able to pull off a bloodless coup. We can't even say the same thing about Joe Exotic. Is a couple of homicides I on his record. We like yes. Well, captain great with probably more discreet and she probably smarter yes her plan actually happened Joe Exotics plan to Guy He took the money drove to Florida but didn't do not thin but. He went to core. Money to kill them but he not even in jail make things. That's okay. I. Mean I'm thinking Catherine. The great is more business savvy more business savvy, but I think probably less of a freak than Joe Exotic. True True. My votes for Joe Exotic here over Catherine the Great. Where you going Bryce. I mean, I just don't know nothing I just don't I wish I knew I mean but urban legends. What will joe exotic can Joe Exotics Urban Legend stand the test of time but I don't think jobs articles Standard Test No. For the record that Joe Exotic, the things about him aren't even urban legend. They're all true when I mean the best thing about Catherine the Great Catherine degrade is that she has something like a really crazy rumor about her that's probably not even true. But some I mean s like Click Bait people believe it right But they'll get and this. Let me ask you a question. Let's let's pretend Catherine. The Great was born two hundred years later, the fact that she has the friend who does the test drive on all the potential Bellas. Heat out you heard that you know that a celebrity was doing that and twenty twenty that would be the biggest news of the year that'd be tracing if like if like, Leo DiCaprio or or you know Haiti Perry was doing that people would go bananas, they'd go and say. I feel like that's pretty free smart. Sufficient, you're saying she's weeding out the ones that are done. Yeah. You're a Hollywood executive. You can't read every script you got somebody that they are. Actually but this on my desk, this is actually end. Yeah. Now we don't endorse that now but in seventeen, sixty two and it was probably the least of anybody. Right Right interesting. So this is a tough one catherine the great job because I feel like, no one's ever debated this before. Yeah. I. I'm to go with Joe Exotic. I'm GonNa just because He. The array of. Was the pizza me it's the meat. It was the meat scam for me not even yeah but you dow. Catherine. That yet I'm Joe is Addie okay. Joe You. Don't think that she would go to Walmart the day after and pick up all the stuff, the horses to be able to feed them all. I mean I think she probably would do that I just don't know if she would then make p out of it. You know the part that gets me mean US videos this catherine the great had. I mean at the time, it probably was a music video may be music will probably be more similar to tic TAC for her like you more pagan you know. So but that is true but Joe. Had three husbands, right I know he was in a trouble right? You two hundred rooms at the same time. But then also was probably also dating site right and then at its husband's funeral like. Two days later. He met his other new husband yeah. Yes that's a regular job guys though. If I if we JOE. All right. So Joey sweep season, the finals, the freeze freak of all time. That's crazy because he's also modern. Yeah. Let's say if he were to win, they have descriptors in their name. One is green one is exotic. Exotic over. Great. All right. Let's go to blanche for as Little Kim Rum. I would love if you would for our audience. Read little because we're trying to figure out you know row bryce certainly painted a picture of wild will Kim is iconic and definitely freaky issue freaky enough to win. I. Would Love if you can read. The lyrics to the Nicki Minaj will. Kim Freaky Girl Song Fr-. Okay that. Is that I think that's That's Gucci Man and Little Kim. She's the every girl she get it from her mama but I mean. I it's Jane's. Habit go ahead, right? Yes. Would you prefer Bryce? We want. But listen no this is the twist though Kiva. Okay I don't think rob could sing most of the song to be fair. Yeah. Give you the one thing you can read the words even. Attia think. You can try to but I need for you to do it in your Blanche Devereaux. Veal to. Do Miss Piggy. A very freaky girl. Don't bring her to Mama Well this. This who is the freaky girl? WHO's the titular freaky girl If this is this is this is okay because Gucci Mane's learn. This is. But I think would be more appropriate for the podcast and which is my all time Goto Karaoke Song. at every pre re route. Yes. Yeah. I've Kia I have always performed is little Kim. The jump off I think that'll be more podcast appropriate for rob to recite averse and it's still you know she still you can. You know the second I smoke I. WHOA WHOA WHOA. Yeah Heo Hot Tin Man. Jump off right here man, right. Oh. Well it's Queen Bee A. Kiva it's jump off. Come on. I've been gone for a minute now I'm back at the jump off Oh goons in the club in case something jumps off. And backup before the hive. Let pump off Oh in the Graveyard Watch out, Mary Shelley is where you get dumped off. Oh All we do is party. And by everybody at the Bar Bacardi oh black Barbie dressed all in Bulgari O- I'm trying to leave in somebody's Ferrari. Spread love. That's what a real mob do. Keep it. Keep it. Gangsta look lookout for her people. Okay. I'm the wicked witch of the east. I you better go and clip. Rise clip that please we gotta go. Or? Outcome. The Beast Oh We the best still there's room for improvement. Our presence is felt like a Black Panther movement come on him. Now show more on. The click the to to go to the next page Yep. Okay I. Got a scroll back. This is a long song. Oh, my gosh long song. Yeah, yeah never. Done with this song in Barrio come. And I'm sitting on chrome one of the top browsers out there seventy platinum. This usually. The side note about the chrome? Yes. With the bentleys the Hummers the Ben's. o- escalades twenty three inch rims jumping out the Jaguar with the TIM's keep your bread up. Ten live good east coast west coast worldwide, and my players in the hood stay fly. And if you're balling, let me hear you say, right. And then you've got to skip the next verse. Yeah Okay I got my i. Wonder. Years. Yes. You WanNa highlight on the Guy and the Warren's coat. Tony No Queen Bee has the ill podcast. Yeah. I'm a guy I just got my life never in a million. Yeah. Let me tell you what I'm all about. I can make sprite disappear in my mouth up right canned sprite Kansas beer. Shakeup what is that? Spreads Zero Irregulars. That seems very dangerous to make. Yes I do not do this at home. In your mouth because. that. Not freaky. Okay like. Listen. Girl, I can't read any of that so but. I long as. The sprite can trick now ideally I feel like that. You don't really drink from the sprite can then the site you open but I feel like that that is a very sharp. No cannot start with. Your throat now? When you gotta you gotTa go with the together with the mom you gotta go from backward front if you're GONNA if you're, GONNA put. You open up the cameras is a full-scale review. Were you sort of take off the popping tab? And? Yeah I. Think you'd have to keep trying to think if I could do that because I think the impressive part of that. I think is with and not the link I think both I think that the width is is the super impressive part I. Don't think that has little Kim ever tried this was was there ever see if she wrote the song today I wonder if there would be like like you know because this is from two thousand three. If there was a video like Campbell Kim, you know actually do this Jimmy Fallon under some. Album nine. Dow. was you would it be coke zero can? I am a Coke Zero Guy Yeah I I am loyal to the to the brand so it would be a coke zero can. You don't have those like like the shot tie I think that would be easier though I wonder if it was an unopened. Can I think that would normally be safe for? The kids who used to not open the can of soda by from like the vending machine in school or wherever, and they would just do that thing where they open a tiny bit and they sorta shake it out. Never Bryce rob ever see somebody do that trick when you're a kid and always sort of like. Just, like that. Out Yeah I know. Kids but I always like you know had the drink half the can of my first? Yeah. What do you think about? Like you know those are because sometimes when I can't sleep, I watch random videos on youtube at or like in like the amazing hacks. What's your thoughts about on the soda can I can't say look I had a soda. Braced will you come back and we'll your next podcast appearance be? The greatest hacks. Robin. Greatest tax. I honestly. It's a shame because whenever I go to youtube literally it's new videos of the great effects. I. Don't know why when I can't sleep pileup that too by the way I really like I will always click on article three here's thirty three household hacks. Yeah. Bitch death not really a had okay but I mean I digress do you know what we're talking about Akiva. Yeah I'm familiar with the things I listened the Youtube rabbit hole in the middle of the night is certainly something familiar with and listen. But then it's like I'll go to sleep twenty minutes before my locker five wonder like why I'm so tired. But anyway, they say that on the can you open the? Can you supposed to spin around and put your Straw there and it's supposed to be a straw holder? Why do I stronghold right? Well, first of all, would you open the can it's like a circle right there. So that's that's one of the hacks I debate about and I may or may not. I'm so embarrassed about the slightest, but I've may or may not like a month and a half ago got into a comment war underneath a youtube post because I was like hat number three what can don't make sense? then. Judy seven three eight from Colorado with like. But if you're in a car And you know you're driving your holding can if you put the straw, you turn the thing around the in there won't move around as much. So You keep your eye on the road and hold the Care Bitch why who thinks? Our going back and forth for her or youtube a comment underneath one of these hats. But okay but I got anger. Okay. Tonight at six. Yeah. But okay I just. Yeah. I want to hear more about the hacks another time the. Wheel if price would come back. Okay. So. The you make a strong case for Little Kim. Locates this little Kim versus blanche? Devereaux? Yeah. You got a man in Japan and Tahiti ten. Blanche Devereaux. Ten she. PUT A ten. Any any can. Be Put a can of ensure in her mouth. I don't know if a real southern bell would do that. Yes. She wouldn't. Now she's to dignified. Well, let's let's put both ways Bryan like. Could could blanche devereaux have have to wrap this song. I'm GONNA say no. Could, Lil. Kim Has. been. Harlan. Yeah yes. Should could could could Lil Kim have been the blanche on the golden girls I'm going to say she could have played blanche. And that would that would would've made the golden growth epic. A person of Color Golden Girl Sophie Roles, I'm just saying. With MS WORTH HIP hop golden girls, the Lady Marmalade. Okay. It could have been with. Maya. Okay Interesting. who had the kiss with mud Donna The aforementioned Who would be the golden girls? Now, if you're recasting golden girls for twenty twenty, you're the show runner who do you put in Golden Girls? So I mean I don't know because. If Lash because for me, I will make a golden girls of off color. Okay. Like bess just where I will go with the. Israel. and. I'm thinking of like all the women like you know I. I just I think that I would have to cast. Guy This is a hard one because there there was A. Pig, there's so many because like do I pick them as like do y'all know who are free witter. Broader. So I would have to, she would have to be I mean you really the modern day golden girls now. that. We're. WE'RE BIG WHOOPI STANDS. Like whoopee our number one in this podcast we watch movies. Yeah. Yeah. We were all about what we know everything. Better. Did you hear about dead trying to get fifty three? I think. That I'm here for it. Therefore it. Systems tell okay I'm just kidding all you want alf rewarded who she playing she's been married for almost forty years. The same fellow free would. I probably say that Alfred would had be. Not a reality show I know I know I know she could play anybody. Back. Thank you I she. Would have to be I would say, but not blanche, Dorothy? And then. Angela Bassett is Blanche and. I'm China. It'd be a good yet. If you could get Bassett for Network TV that would be that good. Debt is Netflix's AKIVA. Oh your reporting on F.. Best known for desperate housewives Bryce do you think that's number one number? Oh. My God Akiva. AKIVA. Yes. I Alfred or has so many below for ethics they don't make the first movie. What's our top four on IMDB okay yeah? She was along with wishing a long walk home. Yeah. Okay. Well, see Bryce I don't think you're gonNA love her her top for which includes Star Trek first contact. Okay. Captain Picard love interest in that one. She's in one of the keys favorite K. Pax with Kevin. Spacey Yeah. She's in Captain America's civil war and twelve years way so. There really highlight movies. In her toddler Davis TV role I'll I'll amend my comment I think. Bright. But she actually I forget what movie was that I actually really enjoyed his job at my mom used to always watch where it was like. She got killed on a bus and she her and throughout the people they followed this kid around they were like his ghost Ritter is just amazing and I don't know who. Radio. All right. So are we? I, think we're going to are we advancing lil? Kim. Are Blanche and are they beating Joe? Exotic that's what we did. I really give us some blanche quotes. You've been teasing this whole. Okay. So let me let me read some blanche. We got some maybe we'll Kim quotes. Yeah we got. We got more than. Were than if you re that Freaky Song to me is going to be hard to beat because this is a free. This is the freaky EST freak of all time I think you need like. All, right. I'm saying I'm single one. She said, you know how fragile men's Egos are the smallest things such a scream at the wrong name and they go to pieces. She said I was with a gentleman caller. When I was interrupted, I could have lost my balance and chipped a tooth. I feel like that's like eighties freaky. You know. Alan the Blanche devereaux quotes. No No, no selling it. I would love like a top thirty that could really choose from thing. Okay. Here we go. I got the top twenty favorite devereaux is. She said. My Gods are you're right I oughta start meeting men lying down. Okay I made a damn. Yes. She said. Sophia by placing this Pearl, necklace between my bosoms. Does it make me look like I'm a sex starved slut WHO's in need of a man to dead? Sophia says, yes. Blanche says good. Then Pearl it is. I think devereaux got little kid. That's how many seasons that's. Seven seasons or six seasons? One, hundred, sixty, four fellas. Those are pretty good numbers. They're not chamberlain asked, but that's not bad. Yeah. Busy Day pass their prime also. Yeah. So. So breaks you're voting for Blanche. Overlook Kim. I mean I think I have to and right? What about you? Okay. All right. Well, if Bryce who knows the little dog raphy as well as he does that he's saying, Blanche Blanchet is. I just say that because Kim is really big on paying homage to people, which is why she gets into fights and I definitely think that blanche devereaux would have sparked a lot of the what is known as the Little Kim's freedom. So you know in order to pay much it has to be blades. And then we have blanche devereaux Joe Exotic Louis the freaky EST free. Yeah So, hard. I mean there's a lot about Blanche Devereaux I. I. Mean. I don't know if I'd go to style I. Feel like. Blanche devereaux enjoyed touted Bo frock the mullet really wet. Oh. Okay. I beat the that's a point for both of them they both love men nether point for both of them however, Blanche Devereaux owned her home in Miami of. Joe Exotic. Not His mom owned it. So I mean. I don't know I just feel like blanche. Is more of a timeless freaky. EST Freak and yes, she did not have. Who or what she was she you know talked about it. She was love friends and she's just a good old southern bell now I know Joe Without it. You know he was a you know Detroit. All trade or the Jakobsen. True Not, Detroit. You know a Jackson of Jackson and you know he was an entrepreneur but I just I don't know if freaky it's freak for me. Again is just unapologetically who you are loving yourself and I feel like only because blanche did not get tied into as many controversies or controversies as the Joe that is the exotic who sits behind bars currently I My vote probably is going to be for Blanche Devereaux. Okay. i. i. just think that saw her I was like, wow, that was a great one. I can't believe I didn't think of putting her on the bracket. So I mean I. that's somebody that I can stand behind somebody that I look up to somebody that. I. You know want to emulate my how flag. So I love me a blanche Elizabeth Devereaux and you'd be happy if she's the frigates fulltime, you're saying you'd be comfortable with that decision right I would be Jeff. I would add to this that blanche devereaux has a legacy with stood the test of time where the golden girls has not been on the air for what probably twenty five years that a rule mcclanahan has long moved onto the alternate side and Joe Exotic came on the scene hot way back when and in March and his kind of almost been forgotten and we are, but you know six seven months out from he of Tiger King Madness a year from now I think we would look back poorly on the decision to make joe exotic the freaky est freak of all time. I don't think it would hold up. I. Agree I mean but Joe Exotic has to moved onto the other side as well to. His other side includes not dropping so Still on this earth though. Yes. Yes. Yes. Now I think it would be honor and I think that rule would. Wear the title and appreciate the title of the Freaky Est. Freak. So I am very happy with that position. So. Come more freaky things about blanche. Her Dad's name is curtis big. Daddy Hollingsworth love. Daddy. I like the fact that that she was completely faithful to her husband for like a zillion years and then the second he's gone she just goes absolutely while you know she likes she she said she never cheats on him, but then he's gone and forget it. So I like the idea of like later in life is really so in her oats. downside you know maybe maybe should be cancelled in two thousand and twenty plan for what why would she be cancel think she's got problems doesn't she have a gay son and she's She's not so cool with it may be settled by the end of the show I. You know what? It is her brother, her brother sorry I. The dilemma of that was that is true. However I mean I forgot about her brother but the issue of that in that episode or what was going on was that? The brother like He. Hit it, but did not hide it from her. So that was her whole issue but by the time of it because Dorothy had to her, she really got it together but I felt like that was a real conversation. Some people are uncomfortable with the ED. It's okay to be uncomfortable with you but you got to allow and let your love your brother for who he is by the end of that episode or that. She really appreciated her there. So I mean, but that was a good point though but yeah. So I think they did use a really very special episodes. They usually use a land. Plot. You know like all right. She's doing something wrong as she is a problem with somebody Yeah. So the two thousand twenty blanche maybe would be wouldn't be Republican probably but. She was she was a Republican in the show Yeah I we could put make plans I. think she's the clear choice here. She's gone through the harder region. The harder half of the bracket Joe Exotic I think people will be annoyed if we have them as the winner because he's already been, he's left the nation's consciousness whereas blanche will be there forever. So congratulations blanched ever Oh, the freaky free. Of all time. Wow. Yeah. What an honor Free. Yes. I didn't when go this morning then I'll be saying roasted freaky. It's free of all time. If the here here we are asked the and for. Lynch and I love the golden girls and I would be here for a review. No I think it's a no brainer to reboot at Bryce. I think I think you're printing money if you report it. Yeah. Yes. Okay call the price people? Well, we've got some ideas for you. Yes, and another thing about the golden girls which I always felt bad and whenever in the funny because I was talking the today and I don't know why the to growth came up but my mom always says this fun fact about the golden girls that Sophia with Actually v Young. Yes. Yes. But they always dressed her up to be older. But what I always think when I I remember like going sound like my dad's house and my aunt Helen would always watch it and we eat dinner on the TV and wash it but I always remember just as a child watching that I was like, Oh, my God. Thanks so oh but. When I watched back now of the golden girls like they were supposed to be in their fifty. Old At all, it was so crazy and again, just I don't know why I'm just plugging to go to growth but just the timelessness. How it is. It's still funny to this day I. Remember watching as a kid like I don't understand what's great about this but you know. Ten o'clock will hallmark channel and night I will be cracking up at the golden girls but though it's an honor to give the type of blanche on the Deborah. Okay. Congratulations were great. freaky EST freak bracket today Bryce. This was amazing. While Robert Thank you so much. Thanks Bryce. I was waiting for we're where's the curb Akane even attempt to curb. Price, you know I can relate. Because sometimes, I feel like I'm being green but I feel like if I was purple, that would not be so easy either. My. Price, of course, this was so wonderful where where can people check out more your updated weekly rankings of the greatest freaks? Yes you you want more the. Freaky three I do freak of the week every Tuesday on the Purple Pants podcast. You check me out on Switzer be instagram Bryce Azania I. If you was just over twenty twenty and you want some freak in your life and twenty twenty, one debris is Zeta twenty, twenty, one, Zadie calendar does available. Is Selling like hotcakes so you might Wanna get up own it. Okay. But on the other side and the other side I, don't mean what Joe Exotic said I mean. So you could click the links to all my social media's but yes, the breath as twenty twenty, one, eighty calendar is listen it's which you need to get through your day. Okay Alright. bryce anything else you WANNA share with the listeners. I'm so excited to be here Thank you so much uncle. But keep right on the wheel even the robber has tried to take it down and Nervous yeah. was nervous but now there's this well wonderful. Yeah, I'm always happy to be here and yes, I'm excited. So no thank you so much. It's on I. Feel like. I'm. Pat My Redknapp Sherri Hill. For the family feud but not. So that was like ten. Not like this. Now we wanted a one on one day with Bryce. We didn't WANNA groove. Yes, and whether it's talking about the greatest tax or something else we can't wait for you to come back. Outlive. Went I'm done with the Horses Abby Bono? Right. Achieve Anything about the freaks now listen we got to get five minutes of bryce would be an honor for two plus hours as was incredible. INTO OUR UP. This really miss something we. Laugh. I always amazes me how time flies by because I I was like, did we get to forty five minutes put to our? Yeah. This is a long. All right Bryce. Thank you so much. We will have a mail bag and we'll be right back after this. Today every answer matters were than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts, and chats with Watson Assistant. It's conversational AI designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter the industry. Let's put smart to work visit IBM DOT COM Slash Watson Assistant to learn more. Our mailbag time here for Episode Number One, zero four will spin the wheel. AKIVA. Ready I am ready. That was a long first part. So maybe we'll do You know we don't get people for ten hours I'm sure they've got better things to do right? Yeah. I've got a hard out that I have to jump onto and so. We'll keep it a quick mailbag the hurry up offense run the offense. Let's start with old business rob a couple things. Let's add something to the wheel with your permission yeah awesome. Corey. Be has been working on something we've discussed which is called to truths in ally were where shouldn't be too lies in truth I don't know where basically three people come on tell the truth to tell the truth, right? We're basically I think three people come on and they. All tell us the same story essentially, which is a you know I jumped off at jumped out of airplane. Let's say present for example and right it didn't open up and I almost died I've crashed into the right and we have to suss out I can fit light cannon my mouth. Yeah I finished breaking we have to figure out by asking pointed questions which of the three is telling the truth he has six different or something like that different trios. We'll have him come on and we'll figure it out I. Think we'll get all of them. We'll go we'll that one, hundred, thousand, percent. Not So, are you fine? He already has the the cruise he's got everything. He's been doing this for a while. Are you? Okay? Are you ready to put this on the wheel? Sure. Okay. Now, if it's ready to go, we will be says, yeah. There you go. one one more piece of old business. From last week, you mentioned the Robin Akiva table read. Yes. And I my hesitation for that. Was I just want to pick the right idea. I'm find doing it but I do think we should like nail a homerun in my suggestion was what if we did an original piece of content you wanted to do existing so let's let's hear what the listeners had to say about that. Okay. 'cause a lot of opinions about table re. I'm just going to give you some suggestions about what we should do for the table. Okay. a Seinfeld episode in particular the contest. Came Up. We have The episode of the Big Bang Theory. That's from WILF America. I think that Seinfeld episode is never going to be as funny as the actual seinfeld episode. What we doing should be ironically funny. Yeah I think I'm with you someone said what about Rob Spec script of thirty rock if we if we Sort of aired that out I think that's a funny suggestion thirty rock has. Nine million characters Like I would. I would rather do the big. Bang. Theory Episode Yeah I. Think I'm with you someone said what about rob, SPEC script on their own with with Barack yes. Legally Blonde that's a movie. Evening shows, right. Yeah. Let's. The. Episode of survivor which Made Me Laugh Yeah I think that that would be more fun. The long you're saying, yeah, I think so yeah, it is interesting idea I I didn't think about this isn't the thirty two Patriot don't steal all my survivor content that I need that or the main podcast. Survivor saying we still you. Book you do or saying people are so desperate for for gestures you can have them on. Friday. That I would not. The little bit of survivor content that I have right now that I am I do in the main survivor feed. Is What I'm sure I is what I'm saying is if you want that, you can take it. I'm never you know I'm always up for you know if if you want the survivor table, you can have it and it won't be your net. Yeah As, fine. I I, still think there should be a table read on like you're trying to get out of the table regions. Fans I'm saying you can have. Whatever you want you want to if that's what what you guys are up to. I'd say after big brother like if you WANNA re post thirty, two fans, survivor rackets. I. Will I will send you the link. Okay. I feel like we're talking past each other that i. know I understand what you're saying. I don't like to do a Sitcom Table You. Could you want? One more non Sitcom suggestion that's that's surely at least share. hot parts hot soup. Arstan. Says, what about instead of watching the leprechaun movie this year, which is the next thing we're about to talk about what about if we do a table read for the leprechaun moving number three instead of watching it. I think that's interesting. But I feel like that the visual of the Leprechaun I think is probably most of the fun of. Playing the leprechaun would be fun I do think that's Out My vocal cords to ninety minute reading of the leprechaun wrote probably not that much dialogue compared. You know probably closer Sitcom that a lot of exposition I think in the like I think it's you WanNa see the Leprechaun doing creepy things. Sounds Cooler on the page than it does when the Leprechaun is filling guys stomach up with gold doubloon things until his stomach explodes. You feed that yeah. Are you married to the first lady of podcasting the First Lady of thing and the idea of the Big Bang theory table rates should? Hang theory I think he'd be who should we keep going for one more week at a couple of years and the next week it sure. Okay but I'm not pushing with this I actually do like it. I've I've I've come around to the. but I don't know if we've one hundred percent nailed show to do I. Think we'll give it away on. Okay fine. Now, speaking of Leprechaun is already. The Big Bang theory table read. That's I. Wonder if we could get her for the Keighley quoque role or I wonder, could she like the laugh track? Okay well, there wouldn't be a lot of laughing going on May should maybe she'd be more mind. Biology is like They. Are. All right. So so Leprechaun, we've watched for people who don't know. Or for johnny-come-latelies. Maybe they're only here for Bryce. We Watch one of our future dishes on this podcast is every October. We watch a leprechaun movie in two thousand eighteen to watch Leprechaun one with Jennifer instant twenty, nineteen, we watched leprechaun to. And now this year, it's October we always watch it right around Halloween. We're up to Leprechaun three yeah. But the question is do we we'll jam. which is for people who are uneducated about about the inner workings of an APP add extra spots the wheel for Leprechaun three it's on three in. Vegas. On the directed the director of each film that I'm sure is incredible next next year I'll. Go. Release Leprechaun did not it did not but it was. The highest grossing direct to video film ninety five. So it was not a flop. On four next year, I'm excited about its Leprechaun. Freak bracket. I guess he could have. I don't know if Bryce like we would have had to. Really. I don't know if you like he was a little young as he pointed out I'm not sure if he was around, he's familiar with leprechaun franchise I'm sure. Okay. So. What do you want to do here? Leprechaun three I do like our traditions I don't want to break the traditions. Yes. I feel like that. Twenty twenty was enough of a spooky year I. Don't think we need to wheel jamming. Leprechaun three. Wow. So you wanNA break the tradition. Yeah. I think that as you have said on many occasion, the wheel is dummy thicke right now I I don't think we need to stop down to do a Leprechaun three this month I don't know why do we would do it also unless To have it come up on the on the wheel on just scheduling wise that I. Think we are going to need to take a either. Oh either I'll give you the choice of take a week off or have a fill in host for me for the next weekend. But the weekend after because I have to go to my brother's wedding. So I think we're just running out of time in October what do you think that this fill in host? Can I can we like have some sort of what it? What if next week's episode is Akiva picks a fill in host for two weeks from now well, I thought that that was either Third Wheel Zach was on. Me and Zach you're saying, yeah, that is true. That is what Zach is here for but maybe that's the week to talk about Leprechaun three then. Pretend. This it. Just said, you actually do WanNa Miss Leprechaun three. Would you? I wish I certainly would I mean I listen to a lot of your other podcasts Let alone the ones host. Okay. We don't decide now because it's not really Halloween, till next week. So we don't have the and your and your own win two weeks. So we don't have to make this decision. We could make it on next week though but new information for me. Now yes. So don't know if I would devote in episode to it like I would hate to we wheel jam it but maybe could we do a bonus episode? Is that that possibility? Like could we record it sorta like outside of the structure of Robin Akita podcast? Yeah or we could bank it as like bonus and it's not even on the wheel, and then we'll see the that instead of what if we released that when you're away like your supplementary, not I don't WanNa put it through the wheel but. I I would record a Leprechaun three movie recap with you and then release it on the weekend that we don't have a proper episode. Is it in their NAP FEET I? Think it has to be. It's of course. Okay. Yeah. Our people get mad that we're now recording episodes sort of out of pocket I don't know. It leads so maybe but at this. At that. But yes, we can pull. Right, this is Robin. AKIVA after dark leprechaun. Three. All right. I like this idea. Okay. So we can. We can solve that riddle next week or or off line. Leprechaun. Let's else. Yeah. He does he that was. All right. We got a few minutes left. Let me give you very quick. Quick ideas and we could spend the okay. Okay. He says other spooky ideas. What about the new Adam Sandler next netflix movie called UB Halloween to just. Yes. That's a good idea. Also, I get, I, don't WanNa put it into the crappy movie diaper I mean, should that be part of? The scary movie cauldron right now. Yes. Oh is it okay okay. Fine. Put Huby Halloween in the scary movie cauldron if if the crowd move diaper comes up. Okay. Here's here's one more idea from Laki Yeah I've called wheel. It's a wheel mechanism, not a not a pitch, the fastback. Like I had an idea that would add higher stakes to the MAILBAG. The fast-track mechanism would take them a spot on the wheel every week, and if it comes up, you must select one of the ideas that were sent it in that week's mailbag whether it was promoted to the wheel or not. This could work out well and allow you to fast-tracking idea excited about over the challenge would come in an idea with less good. A week with less good ideas. it would be fun. He thinks because it would be something that we might be rooting against or some weeks would be rooting for. The fast-track should we. Value Life. Conceit I do think it's interesting in general. This is like if you want to get inside my brain, I like for a a wheel idea to earn its pinstripes like I don't like when idea we put on the wheel and the next week gets picked. I liked to the royal rumbles the good example like that took seven months on the wheel for it to come up. Yeah, and sometimes. Things need a little bit more press. They might not be ready like I. Don't know what's the upside here like what's the best case scenario? screwing ourselves over for the sake of, but it's interesting. It makes the. And I think it would be a good mailbag segment potentially, but also sets the stage for potentially a subpar episode the following week. We could also do it once it doesn't have to be a permanent thing. It could be a one time best track. Yeah. Discussion about the fast track. The pros and cons of fast track you you also need like it does it has me like sort of, Hey I'm going to save a one idea that I know isn't complete garbage and the next week. So then could you know but also the mail bag comes before the fasttrack it's pick to some weeks. There's just not allowed to play with and then you're then you're trapped. Yeah. Okay. Maybe, a red with the pros and cons of the fast track. Okay can I give you an idea that I had came out of today's discussion? Yes, please. Okay. Robin Akiva. Advertise. And this was out of the Okay Joe Exotic took out an ad on ABC TV. In this episode, we get pitches from the listeners of the best use of a small advertising budget where could we be putting a small? Budget to the greatest effect, I would want to hear pitches from the listeners of where we could be putting a couple of you know, maybe a couple of hundred dollars of advertising money for Robert Akiva, Nita podcast, and what would be the most interesting unique and powerful places to advertise this podcast. I, like it. I do think like. So the most basic idea is like just another. Yeah facebook ads on another podcast. Some sort of SEO thing. I do like which podcast would we re? Yeah I. I, think. Thickly on a like I think that you should advertise on this specific podcasts and I I, you know the I know that you know for two hundred dollars, they will make an episode sponsored by Robin Akiva. I like it. So. I can make a form this weekend get ideas. Is it interesting or it's like, Hey, my my uncle owns diner and they'll name a sandwich after you. Okay. That'd be cool too. I'm up for that because I think the most practical is obviously just advertising another podcast. This podcast listeners that or facebook ads which obviously very boring. But yeah, I do like the idea of yeah is the. Euro listeners. I, WanNa know did you know that for a hundred and ten dollars that you can get on the top of a Las Vegas taxi that may nineteen trips to the airport everyday like Oh yeah. Okay. That's interesting. Yeah no I'm up for that I do like the idea. Yeah I mean are going to go funnier practical but I guess we decide that on on the show. Did. You know that for a hundred ninety, one dollars, you can run an AM radio ad in this market like you could. Yeah. So I don't know the Super Bowl commercial and we have listeners chip in. Maybe. Okay I like it. I. Don't know if it's if it's a home run but I think that they're thinking. Oh No. I couldn't make form this week. See what we got. And one more just because it's time sensitive Giovanni says, what about ROB talks ghostbusters to? I've never watched the ghostbusters films in the sequel to Rockstars Rabkin. Teleki about ghostbusters wanted to give out fake details about both movies and Akiva gets them right You know he has some sort of game plan that. Are you interested in the ghostbusters films I'm interested in. Like are you familiar with? -sarily if retelling of the ghostbusters is. Going to be as you know I- conic as the Star Wars. Nostalgia, and Yeah, it's a couple pegs. Okay. All right. Let's talk about what's on the wheel. Okay. Season's episode seven, the Coin Flip the, the spooky movie cauldron. Most choice Greek freak has been taken off the wheel prices right? Pr Firm Choose your nap venture the viral challenge. Tournament Shark Week. I've been advertising shark tank on the. Main podcasts and the podcast robber returning next week spinoffs our trash rob key invent a game show spice despise their live place your bets nap x the musical is on the wheel now correct. Wow. Yes. Okay. And now the corby be show, which is ineligible for this corby show. Yes. Okay. Yes. Corey. All right. Let's see what's coming up for episode, Number One. Oh, four. UNKIND. Spin and Wow Kiva. This. What lap we have? Next week's episode is Robin Musical. Oh. My God. Yeah. Wow. About that did it earned its pinstripes though I don't know we'll see. So next week we will. The musical that Jason Curtis Rivera have been Broadway as closed until May of twenty twenty one but the only original. Off Broadway production coming soon is Robin Akiva Anita musical. I'm excited. This is the episode I. Know The least about I couldn't tell you one person that's in it. There have been no leaks. Any liens. Yeah. Jinx. I'm very excited. It seems like you put a lot of work into it. Very. EXCITED TO HAVE JC are on next week and we're going to listen to music and we'll live react with him and talk to him and I'm sure they'll stay for the mailbox. We will listen to the musical and then we will come on and have Jason Kurtzer verify for the mailbox. Yes also might be a good week to do that double down and maybe do the because there's not a ton of work for that other than listening which we could do beforehand. Yes. Maybe it's a shorter record and then maybe we watch a movie or something yes we can also get in Leprechaun three. If the listeners allow. Yes. All right. Key anything else you WANNA plug all your other podcasts. Sure thirty two fans got football happening tomorrow. I was I came back from Jewish holiday was hoping the jets game was canceled, but it was ended up being a false positive fauvism. Sadly, jets are gonNA get an Eilly. Jets a week being canceled was kind of best-case but absolutely even worse will be of Joe flacco plays well and beat the Carl. On WHATSAPP. That's my nightmare Sierra this week Oh. Yeah. I'm jacking your take I'm sorry. Franchise Bang five years if the jets beat the cardinals that would be terrible how about this for a plug first NGO Gee, we had. We had a fun episode last week Bizarre Last guest-list episode before we have a a solid array of guests coming through starting with episode nine or ten whatever So that was fine. As Rob said I was uncomfortable talking about what maybe the more sort of relationship in and romance based episode of of the show new girl. Did I sounded uncomfortable. Okay. Alleys, like the whole time just talks about how much older I am than her and My Dad or older brother you don't like that. So but this for a plug also Robin Akiva by the time you hear this I don't know if you missed that you'll. You could probably watch it on twitch. We are playing a video game together tomorrow yeah yes. Among us on. Twitch Stream I. Think it's me. It's you. It's Liana. His Buddy is is roommate Janney. Darren. Yeah Brian Lot, a lot of a lot of big name a Alan? CASTELL. Yeah. There's yeah. To be honest, that's GONNA be exciting. I do not know the game I'm probably going to be tenth at a tenth of the I wish he had like invited a baby honored something like someone that could just be better than. I'm going to have to spend some time tomorrow learning that came. Is there no I Jordan? Jordan another morning, another Bagel. But. Most of the people have played the game. Some of those are like very good alley. Good Games, I'm not good at Games. Yeah. That's true but. You are fun to have around on the PODCASTS. Going to be there, I get to talk to you two days in a row. I'll. Very happy to hear this week that I was announced as your most important gentile. Yeah. We'll Sam Darnold was the most gentle clearly he's not anymore maybe become Joe Flacco this week could be you could be you, sir. Yeah better. Than My my BG F my Gentile Front Yeah. Sure. I'll take. It means a lot of I really appreciate that while you're you're welcome. Yes. Okay. are. Probably like. Am I in the top thirty overall though what does this new girl old guy where we rank are our friend groups every week? I have no other friends that I feel like yeah. Definitely you're. Oh, you're in my top three. I'm a I'm the J. Yes. Yes. Yes. I don't league. It's just disproportionate doors. Oh I. Guess All your friends are sort of Jewish adjacent for the most part someone else. Rob Sister Nino top three I also. Understand. Yeah someone tweeted. This week I believe is Wolf America's. Is, ROB's this Jewett, and I think a lot of people like just the the Italian energy in the Jewish. Yeah. Well, I I don't know how to answer that because I don't know what what what answer she was hoping for there. But yeah, I believe she is Jewish so i. Well. I got a jump off but registered real real quick that I was flying with Nicole on Christmas Day, in two, thousand, six, five or six when we like was one of the first. Here and I think it was two thousand six and not that that's important and we were on. A plane plane's completely fall and our rabbis on the plane and he comes over and he's talking to me and he's like. Super Friendly, and then he asks me are you Jewish and I said No. And he just did not say one other words. The way for me. Yeah. I think he wanted to put to fill in on you. He wanted to do the morning prayers. We were good. Yeah. Okay. All right. Trying to trying to Yeah, we gotta run take it away Chester. Thanks for listening I'M READY TO CARE by. Then in back. Until you this. Might seem. But trust me you. Believe me it's own protection because we see things that you need. And Be. Such A. With you look at the Rosina Crapshoot. That the men in. Blue.

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