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Barclays bonuses, Nomura's cutbacks and Revolut's rethink

FT Banking Weekly

15:11 min | 1 year ago

Barclays bonuses, Nomura's cutbacks and Revolut's rethink

"The. Welcome to banking weekly from the financial times with me Patrick Jenkins. Joining me in the students day, David Crowe, our banking and Nick Magor, retail banking. Correspondent Dan the line from Tokyo, we're joined by Leo Lewis. Japanese financial correspondent, and our guest clip. This week comes from an interview with Koji Nagai who is the chief executive of Japan the mirror. I today we'll be looking at Barclays Bank as it cuts bonuses for staff. Secondly, look at that NoMura story and the plans that Amir has to slash its representation in London and finally revelead. Is it coming of age David I of that barky story, which you in our colleague, Steven Morris broke this morning. A big cuts to Barclays bankers bonuses. Yes. So a double digit cut too. The rate of Krivel in the first quarter. Now, what does that mean? Well, bonuses are paid annually to investment bankers, but they accrue throughout the year and Barclays has had policies 2016 that has allowed it to instantly pull the lever if revenues fall investment banks that bonuses should fall by roughly the same amount as revenues falling. But that hasn't happened. Traditionally, and it certainly didn't happen under the previous head of the investment Bank. Tim throws be who successfully resisted attempts to pull that costly ver he's gone ousted recently and replaced in fact by the group chief executive Jeff Staley, and what we're hearing is the Bank is going to be much more disciplined about pulling that lever. And indeed it has to be because it has at Bramson. The activist investor breathing down its neck calling for it to scale the investment Bank down and amid an environment of falling revenues across the industry. The. Anything that has to do is to cut costs now investment bankers. Bonuses are pretty anachronistic in the current age outlay, given how much prophets of full in in investment banking to keep those levels of pay so high as Oviously been ripe for reform, but a lot of banks of held off from doing that fearful that they would lose their best staff two rivals. What do you think is gonna happen? As a result of this wise Bach is confident it not release as best staff, I suppose, it depends. Who you believe this is always the argument that has been posited, which is cut people's pay than they can go out where the question, I suppose one my ask is where are they going to go is not a huge amount of joy happening in investment banking in Europe at the moment sock. Journeys cutting jobs deutscher is very sick. Indeed. So where do these people go, and I suppose Barclays is taking the risk that people will stick with it. I suppose what stuff might say as well Americans. Doing pretty well, they might be hiring. And of course, the sectors outside of banking in the finance industry. Hedge fund and private equity sectors, which are still thriving. Yeah. I mean, I think you know, you can go to private equity you can go to the shadow banking world. If you like you can go and work for an American rival. But I think in this instance, Barclay's is of the opinion that the more pressing concern is the activist investor that is calling for the investment Bank to improve its returns or scale back, and it can't just keep on going quarters quarter with a stubbornly high cost to income ratio and pay is the main factor in that high cost income ratio. Who knows it just might trigger a revolution in investment banker pay we'll keep tabs on that. Thanks, david. Let's move on to a second topic of the day. And I'm delighted say Leo Lewis is joining us from Tokyo mirror. The giant Japanese. Brokerage has been losing business home because of. A stagnant economy and also on the world stage as the investment banking market goes into retrenchment, cookie. Nagai the chief executive has spoken to Leo Lewis. The FTC Tokyo correspondent and line baba the F FT's editor who was that on the trip. So Lear thanks very much for joining us. Let's first of all here. A couple of key things that Mr. Nagai had to say to us, and I think the questions in this case posed by Lionel baba, the first clip is what he said in response to questions about Brexit. How does it take me numerals? Immaterial huge bucked. Tell me. Allegiance, plough more our latest numbers formulated based upon various assumptions, including young certainty around rate, which bucket this. Of course, it is not the single factor. But as liaison is with our we have placed the global wholesale have in your, but will have to make fundamental change through that structure a little. He had a little toys aside from the timing of Briggs. And whether it's going to be heartbreak to the Greg's it the rations around the wholesale business remained. We and other same time seems possible that it's going to take long for that station to normalize. So this time we see no reason for us to keep that kind of significant presence over there. Next mystic Nagai talked about the job cuts. The would inevitably come. I'm gonna hit the go directly focus on the hit countless duck Shen. But as a result of initiatives will result without sense of headcount city such though that's not our immediate directing tension. No, of course. But will you relocate some of these? Issue. What is? Heart of the pace network rose will be relocated. Because we have made assumption that we will not be able to keep using the single passed on to gain access to the continental Europe. But assumption is we will be able to use that passport any longer. So we have set up a holding company in Europe specifically in Frankfurt, and we are in the process of moving coast Branford base entity. So that we'll be able to avoid the disruptive in even in the case of other Brexit, so Leo how negative is the vibe at Nemea. This all sounds pretty bleak stuff it does. And I think deliberately so now guy sign is city. What thousands? I think he's using it there in Japanese sense of a very large number there about two thousand people in London, the cut will be pretty severe. But the number that we're hearing on background from sources at number of both in London and Tokyo. Oh is around three hundred fifty in. What will be the first of a number of phases of cut? So they all getting quite serious about this numeric is in a lot of trouble as a number of its rivals across the industry. But numerous big problem relates a lot to the Japanese management system, and Mr. Nagai himself admitted that and I think the what he's trying to do is to make sure that everyone knows internally that this is a crisis and that if it doesn't act now and slaves some sacred cows that need to be in a permanent spiral downwards. And that's why you get these big numbers with the suggested cuts of billion dollars of cost savings that he's recently proposed. And that's the theme that he was sending in this interview. He was really trying to I think share the sense that they recognized that they are in serious trouble. And of course, the context here is not only the woes as you said that plenty of other banks around the world facing in terms of the investment Bank. Environment revenues and profits dipping sharply across the board. But also the longstanding problems that NoMura has had with that wholesale business, particularly the London operations following the acquisition of the European and Asian operations of Lehman Brothers after its demise in the crisis. But then obviously, also the precious. It's facing back home in terms of a pretty stagnant. Local operation. Yeah. The local peration is victim of demographics. We know that Japan is this a rapidly ageing societies statistics that came out pretty much as we were doing that interview. With twenty percent of the Japanese population now aged over seventy third of the population is over sixty and dealing with those numbers as a brokerage light numbers being used to having this number one position of having these medium wealth clients across Japan. The fact that they all getting older and the risk. The number has is that while it has this position for now, what it has not been brilliant at is attracting, the Japanese now in the twenties thirties and forties will become a many cases, the inheritance of this very big stock of wealth numerous clients have in Japan and the concern for numbers that just hasn't been nimble enough. And that it hasn't really put enough resources into making sure that it's ready to attract and retain those younger Japanese as main body of its clients. Teaches the age where many of them will be passing away an impulsive wealth down through the family. I've spoken to Mr. Nagai on a number of occasions over the last few years. A you know, this is the third time since he became CEO that Mr. Nagai has announced cost-cutting programs with about a billion dollars of of cost-cutting. So it really does remains to be seen. When this souls, all the problems numer has it's a fascinating tale. And at least I suppose Mr. Nagai is getting to grips with the cost side of things remains to be seen whether they can steal back market share from the new generation of upstart financial services companies that are challenging them. Thank you for joining us. So from Tokyo to London via Moscow, look at reveluti-, Nick you've been interviewing the chief executive there. He's a should say a Russian boom entrepreneur who's set up. This very interesting fintech company, which is seized a lot of market share among young financial services, consumers, tell us what your impression was why do you think this interview was given in the first place because it's a company that's rather remained in the shadows hasn't until now. Well, certainly in the last couple of months, it has Reveille like you said is one of the biggest fintech six in Europe, it kind of started off focusing on currency exchange services, but it's moving towards becoming a full international Bank. But is very rough start to twenty nineteen had a bit of misguided odd campaign that landed in some hot water with authorities of the star of the year. And then it's been lots of questions about how could its compliance services were managed to get a bit of a fight with politicians, and let's Urania which is guys punking license late last year. And we've also had several articles who former stuff accusing of fostering, and toxic very aggressive culture and making Java Ken's worked for three and various things. So I think this meeting me and Tim brought show one of our colleagues on the tech desk sat down with Nikolai who's the chief exac and several of them members of the top team that nearly three hours. Polly. It's them looking for the phrase, they use a reset button that trying to. Move on essentially on this starts the. Yeah. It was interesting because it's not a total mayor COPA nickel acknowledged that. They'd had growing pains. But he equally said we've never done anything wrong, which is an interesting tension. I think basically the elephant in the room among all of this has been explaining why they've got to do is. They also need to raise money at some point see because this is a business like so many fin tax that is basically burning through start up capital and various rounds of funding that they've had and not yet profitable. Yeah. That's right. Like several of his they say that they could be profitable. If they stopped investing to expand in lots of different countries. But that's very theoretical because they are spending a lot of money. I think just this year. They're looking at the US, Australia, Japan, Canada, maybe a couple of markets, and this is already the longest they've ever gone without raising new cash from investors they've got a multi-billion pan valuation at the last count. Is that right? Yes. I think there were by one point seven billion. Dollars. And I was last year they would very much hoping to see an increase to that. The next time they come to raise cash several of their rivals of them. In the meantime, there was a very interesting line in your interview wasn't that way. He wouldn't say how much they were trying to raise but medically. He wanted to raise more than anybody else. I mean, the chief exac is a very competitive, man. And that's obviously something celebrated and often kind of an essential fights for entre preneurs, but it does mean if you're trying to do all of that while he doesn't wanna have is investors gang distracted by stories about cultural stories about stuff that happened to three years ago in that compliance department one final thing, I think you started the rights of with a line about how they're going to have a telephone service. Now, this is something that online only institutional revolu has stores the avoided up to now this perhaps a recognition that some of their customer service issues might be more easily resolved if they could talk to people on the phone. Did you get sense of when they gonna do this? So I think they've already introduced in things previously was that you can only call the bunk. If you. Looking to close down your account, but in general as with many of startups, they take an approach of everything digital everything basis the best way most efficient way of doing it. But again as with some of that pays people n twenty six finding this and the lack of weeks as well as the when it comes to dealing with people's money. If stuff gets complicated and stuff guys wrong customers want house onto toy to and they get really ready for and it tends to exacerbate issues. And then the complaints got loud, and they told shows for media, and that's where people's reputations dogging damage, so although we saw Joe Tobar two phone line. Doesn't seem like a particularly innovative new product for them to be coming out with the slight acknowledgement that not everything that traditional banks do such idea the real world still matters. Nick when that's it for this week. All us left me to do is to thank Nick, David Crowe before him and also Leo Lewis talking to us from Japan and thank you for listening. If you're not already enough t-. Subscribe do take a look at Lakers subscription offer at FT dot com slash offer. Remember, you can keep up to date with all of the latest banking stories at after dot com slash banking. Banking weekly was produced by Fiona Simon until next week. Goodbye.

Koji Nagai Leo Lewis Tokyo London Japan investment banker Europe chief executive Nick Magor Barclays NoMura Barclays Bank David Crowe Patrick Jenkins Tim Brexit Steven Morris
BAKASYONG NAUWI SA KATATAKUTAN AT ANG ASWANG SA BUBONG PLUS BONUS STORY | MGA KWENTONG ASWANG PART 10

Stories Philippines Podcast

15:07 min | 3 weeks ago

BAKASYONG NAUWI SA KATATAKUTAN AT ANG ASWANG SA BUBONG PLUS BONUS STORY | MGA KWENTONG ASWANG PART 10

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Tall Stories 183: The Flower Nagai Line, Yamagata

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

06:17 min | 9 months ago

Tall Stories 183: The Flower Nagai Line, Yamagata

"The I'm Talkin. You're listening to stories on monocle. Twenty four brought to you by the team behind the urban Est.. The show all about the cities we live in this week to mark the release of the data's Japan centric edition of Monocle magazine. We take a trip on the flour and a guideline this quirky train line running through the Yamagata Prefecture makes for a particular unique commute. Monaco's Holly Fisher jumped aboard on her recent trip to the country to find out look Recently I went to take you for the first time it was what trip and parts of it. I was required to leave the safety net to the big international capital city city and venture into pastures very much unknown in the form of a much much smaller city coordinator guy in Yamagata Prefecture. Oh Wow oh wow. I've heard it's really nice. It's over it's beef. No I've never actually been T- Emma Ghardaia was the general consensus from all the locals. I spoke to take you in fact. I didn't meet a single person ever been Yamagata. I spent a long time in line at Shibuya station station. Trying to buy a ticket to get guy to be told this because any purchase half my trip. The journey consisted of two trains and the second line called the Flower Nagai. arline wasn't sellable in Tokyo. Used to a much more united train service in the UK. I found this strange and a bit frustrating but got my ticket to the halfway point a Ku and figured I would sort out the rest of the journey from that onsite departure day arrived after whizzing through Japanese cities on the very efficient Shinkansen. I pulled into Station where I headed straight to the ticket office and was met by a man behind the desk neck I I asked for. He replied critically ticket. I tried train. He responded he pointed to empty platform. Four four which had a small waiting room on it and so he headed over ticketless and a little confused after a few minutes of rickety single carriage which tend up and it was a sight to behold the train was canary yellow and covered an enormous pink and orange flowers with no information available in English. I figured this could only be the flower line and so I bought it inside. Felt like a was Anderson. Time machine to Pale pink cushioned benches lined either side of the gray symmetrical carriage and the driver war of vivid electrically uniform. This was a million miles away from the bullet train. Might just delighted from. I took a seat near the driver to try and Suss out what I was doing. It seems that's teach station station a price but flash up on the board and as you exited the train you had to put some money in politics. Okay I've got this I thought but then to further my foreignness. The train suddenly filled with about forty very small Japanese schoolchildren. They can't have been more than five years old. And they all wore matching yellow hat strapped under the chin. As they took their seats they clocked the tall blonde. One woman says he near the driver's compartment fully pacifies felony as the hits whispered in pointed and giggled. Then out of nowhere anywhere up. A young boy was looking sheepishly at me. I replied the children will shrink to the excitement before I knew it. I was being bombarded. La La la the unease of being the center of attention on this tiny vehicles soon let-up by the warmth of these very sweet children altern towards me. Stranger on board on one side greeted each of them. We all settled into the lurching rhythm of chugging train and they left me to enjoy the mountainous spektr up to this rural passage pan. I've been told that Japan Dan is currently looking at other countries railway models to see how they could make the entirety of train systems. Easier to use. I certainly would have appreciated that when I was nervously. Planning my trip from Shibuya station but in hindsight the uncertainties and oddities of that little floor train and his passengers. What will stay with me forever? You've been listening to stories a monocle. Twenty four production thanks to Holly Fischer for today's episode. Remember tune in every Thursday for four thirty minute edition of the imagine. Talk the bye. Thank you for listening. Levers why not take a wonder into the wonderful world of monocle. With an annual print subscription. You'll receive ten issues of the magazine. A year plus US are seasonal specials. The forecast and the escapist subscribes to one year. Plus and premium package is also received our new annual the Monaco drinking and dining dining directory. And that's not all H of our plans comes with a free tote bag delivered to your door. We invite all fans of the Ernest de-subscribe today and receive a special official ten percent discount on any of our year long subscriptions simply visit Monaco Dot com forward slash ernest. That's never been a better time to sign up. Monaco keeping an eye and an ear on the wall.

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Bitcoins Chance To Lead

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:58 min | 5 months ago

Bitcoins Chance To Lead

"This episode is proudly brought to you by next. The only provider offering instant crypto. Credit Lines was let you use digital assets as collateral to get cash in forty five plus fit currencies and stable going next so also offers the ability to up to eight percent daily compounding interest on your digital assets in Euro USD and pay. The company has one hundred million dollar insurance. On all custodial assets provided by the leading custodian begun so that worry your assets a safe when using next get started now a Nikko Dot Gentlemen Welcome. Welcome to the Crypto podcast hope. You're well Roddy. What's happened not well? As same market tumble action not so much encrypted but certainly certainly in the Nankai markets and. Here's something that I've got to say. Here is a theory a foot view from me. Bitcoin was set up for the back of the JC kind. That's really what kicked this puppy off to give papal another option. Something to hedge themselves to have. That's outside of the traditional a financial sector. The Central Bank will that we currently live in now. Hazmat concern if we say bitcoin coupling and correlating with that of traditional markets It's really hurt bitcoin. Here's the reason why it was set up to be separate to that mockup now if it becomes one and the same with that market useful is it for spending not so much That might change. That can change. But let's be fair. It's mostly speculation. All right mostly people to hold a huddle as the huddle is coal up. So if in the markets ton of nayed individuals of the world's ton of Nayed there was to be a safe haven. Full the money to go to if of course we say this corona virus continue to kicking and cause an another massive sell off if they quit doesn't step up to the plight then it's caught a foul. Its first test unless things can file forever but it will filed its first test and I say that is a very good thing because of course we haven't had bitcoin during a global financial cross this top event we haven't had in a major downturn simply because we haven't had imagined downturn since the AFC. Okay which is quite astronomical when you consider that. Spain twelve years or so. I think that that's being well over Joan. This could be as I've said a couple of times. The brakes the Bulls back We could actually say the markets come up quite heavily and steadily for quite some more time yet but with that being said we never really doing. We never really not my concern. Is that if we don't say bitcoin become somewhat of a haven of all risk palatable opportunity for those out Saudi crypto to manage portfolios. Then it's going to really really affect the you know how how quickly the future of Bitcoin will take hall now. That's not to say that it would kill it notable. Not suggesting that foot. For one minute blockchain's an extraordinary technology. Bitcoin is still available. Is still valuable of course for the rest of the markets than and especially if all goes on gold is up today. Three percent silt was up three percent. If we goldenseal these more traditional assets thought to play their pot like bonding plying bonds of being the tenure notes like one less than one percent yield. I believe for the first time ever. If we would say would say this. Play out the way that traditional markets play and allow which is yield's decreasing bonds increasing in value as a safe haven for money and gold increasing. That it really does Nagai any need for Bitcoin Apart from speculation. And that's not what I want to say. I want to see a lot more money coming into the market and has got to give people an opportunity to do so. I think that right. Now we have a wonderful wonderful time We've got the period of time rot now with. Bitcoin can really stand up and be counted. He can you imagine bitcoin. Moving higher as the global financial markets. Continue to full low. That would be two fingers in the air that would be bitcoin scientology cy. That would be massive absolutely massive full bitcoin itself and for anyone who's insulted crypto rotten and of course for me. I am a try to first and foremost fourteen years. I've been trying to digital markets as well as less two and a half years has been exclusively in crypto assets. That's what takes people how to do this now. Starting to say the volatility the is the reason why focus on Crypto at the moment with saying that volatility in traditional markets traditional markets of course have absolutely fine getting a pounding Mikhail sane once again of the Fed come out with emergency stimulus options with with the decreasing of the interest. Right there have not unexpected announcement that they brought out on. Strike the same thing yesterday. minimizing the interest rate on the landing right rotten To its lowest levels of up. We awesome stimulus starting to come back into play here. And the strategy of central banks and and different countries is to try and show the strength but in actual fact it's had the opposite effect. I was around when they cut the libel ride. The discount window full length banks lending to each other back in two thousand two dozen. I will join up pretty sure it was two thousand and night Longtemps Guy. Now and the market soared. Think a think we did we sort of volatility Foley AP appreciate did find During that period that was around the bottom we steadily came back with not steadily. Wadley started to swing around but we did end up coming back from there. So where are we now? What we've been we've Sane. The stimulus attempt will the attended stimulus. Actually having a negative effect on the market by the Mafia guy will hang on a second. It's really that bad then. Maybe we should be exiting the market. If the Fed is willing to cut the right then Jeez you know maybe it is something that we should be very concerned about. Not a higgledy-piggledy virus It's actually the unraveling all the financial markets as we know them right now. That sounds very very brewed. I not But you know the short term might see some very very severe pullbacks and it wouldn't be uncommon to see a forty percent pullback. That's sort of thing we saw that loss. Jeff say so it's had a a negative effect on the markets coup bounce back tomorrow. This is the reason that I focus on. Crypto guys because that's sort of volatility for try to like may is Tom's when you make your money to two thousand seventy eight. Gmc Definitely made me as I try to I went through all that and I'll be waiting for the same. Swell found crypto and that volatility is. They're very very frequently for example today. Bitcoin is sitting down one point. 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Lockdown - Likhna Jaruri Hai | GKG 002

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12:49 min | 2 months ago

Lockdown - Likhna Jaruri Hai | GKG 002

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Inviting Pollinators with Uprising Seeds-A Way To Garden With Margaret Roach February 2 2019

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

24:51 min | 1 year ago

Inviting Pollinators with Uprising Seeds-A Way To Garden With Margaret Roach February 2 2019

"The. From awaited garden dot com and Robin Hood radio dot com. This is a way to garden with Margaret Roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow native plantings are giant part of the equation and supporting pollinators, but many other smaller efforts that we can make with other ornamental plants. And even the edibles we choose to grow can add up to I was delighted to see the latest uprising seeds company catalog was themed pollinate, and that's our topic today. But first this message underwriting support from timber press, your go-to resource for books and gardening and nature. Whether you're new gardener of professional at the top of your field or reader interested in the wonders of the natural world their books are there to help you grow timber press dot com. Brian Campbell with Christine Goldberg grows organic seated uprising seeds in Bellingham, Washington. And he's my guest today to talk about some of his favourite plants on the farm that are always. A buzz with beneficial insect life. Welcome back to the show, Brian. Yeah. I've missed talking to you guys. And and I still remember how you taught me to grow better beats, for instance, one of the lessons I've gotten from you over the year. So thank you for that. I'm a beat. I'm a beat Queen. So. I love my beats. And I'll include a link to that conversation that pass conversation the transcript of this show, but how many years now have you guys been been added uprising? So we've been farming out here in northwest Washington for about fifteen years. Wow. That's I think this is our twelve catalog we've put up starting from like a little threefold brochure of a couple of offerings to what we have what we put out now, which is I think up to about three hundred and fifty. About three hundred fifty and how big is the farm. So we farm about five acres actively we lease about eight acres about a half an hour north of Bellingham right up against the Canadian border about five of that is actively worked and maybe three of that two four goes to actual cropping every year rotated out every year for some cover cropping and so building. So I I should say that I love the Australians in the current catalog. I think there by an artist friend of yours and again to go with this team pollinate can we give to her? It's. Really happy to meet. Yes. Nagai who's artists living in north Vancouver? And we just stumbled across her quietly. Posting just really wonderful kind of mind blowing are on Instagram and started the dialogue with her. And she's been I think for the past six or seven years now, exploring insects, especially bees and other pollinators. And also, really fascinating Potanin. Studies of floral resources that that those pollinators depend upon. Motivated. I think to some degree initially by colony collapse and the honeybee crisis, but has has since then really dealt into native pollinators as a lot of our native bees that we really rich in here in the Pacific dreamy intimate picture. So I recommend people take a peek. I'll give the U R L, of course of the catalog of pricing and so forth with the transcript. But so now just to disclaim we're talk about pollination or pollen plants with pollen flowering things that beneficial insects like, but neither one of us. Brian is an intimacy gist or, you know, specializing in Filo genetics. You know, the steady of the Volusia history and relationships among organisms like what insect co evolved with what species of plant. That's not what we're talking about. But we both grow a lot of things. And of course, as gardeners and farmers, and especially seed farmers. Notice some things are really bad, you know, more than others. And so, you know, because your seed farmer you let everything go to flowery. Let it go through it sexual reproductive phase. Otherwise, it wouldn't get seed. Right. Sure. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. That's pretty much. The crux of what's happened. The nation. So I mean, yeah. Like, you said, I mean, we don't consider ourselves experts or anything, but they're also, you know, our our biggest unpaid staff workers or the pollinators that we depend on. So we really pay attention. Staff workers. That's actually, I mean, they get something out of the deal is well to of course. But but yeah, no. I'd say, you know, what of what we grow, and and probably true of the majority of the food crops and ornamental flower crops at you know, ninety five percent of them, I probably depending on insect pollination, then I can on the top of my head really think of a handful that don't benefit in some way from from pollinator populations. So give us sort of pretend. It's not winter pretend it's the season the peak season things that are in flower everywhere on the farm to give us sort of help us get a visual slash audio in our minds ir year. What's it like on those five planted acres when so many crops are all in flower at the same time must be like an epic symphony of insects? It's really fun to bring people out, even you know, market farmers who are. Are used to being around production because it's just a totally different. Looking kind of peration. It's you know starts in early spring with the biennial 's, and it's just kind of waves of blooms pretty much right up until late summer and follow even. Yeah. It's the sound who are used to, you know, eat inch tall radish greens. We've got, you know, five foot tall five foot wide radishes that need to be staked and are just covered with with blossoms and a lot of what people's associations of of plants. What plants look like in their edible form just bear no resemblance to wants to sort of matured and reached their full heighten, flowering glory. I once I think it would. I don't know how many years ago must be dozen years ago. I think I I had a row of parsnips. Maybe it was I think it was parsnips. And you know, I must have missed one or more that were when I was digging. I must have missed some in the I don't know what happened, but must have either a seed so the next year or the thing sprouted, I guess about you that by any. I think it would be via new. Yes, they said. Yeah. So one must have been buried under the ground in its survival in it's sprouted the next year and it went through its reproductive. It was this like incredible giant beautiful yellow thing flower head, and you know, it's always like after that. I just thought will let just let's let this happen. Every year. Like, this is amazing. You know? You know? Above ground. Biomass Israeli pretty like a stupendous volume of stuff, and we grow a couple of things on larger scales. That we supply a couple others you'd catalogs. And when you get a quarter acre of rubella in flower, that's five foot tall and just pretty much. You know, a solid volume of thirty foot by five foot by three hundred foot volume of flowers all at once. It's it's really pretty it's pretty spectacular sight when I do talk to botanists and into Malla just about you know, what are good quote pollinator plants, you know, one family of herbaceous plants, that's always tops on everyone's list for pollinator interest is sort of the daisy or sunflower relatives the composites. So are any of those sort of your hit parade in the catalog or things that you, you know, featuring and have noticed a lot of interaction with. Yeah. For sure. Like Rebekah, for example, are very popular. I think a lot of those both both the sunflower family and also unbe lift or a, you know, both of those tend to have really big broad upright landing places with very accessible flowers. And I think those really work well for a lot of the generalist species. I mean, of course, the insects have been co evolving with plants for millions of years, and, you know, there are specialists that have especially loan tongues to get nectar out of to flowers, and, you know, ones that are specialized in very small flowers, but there's, you know, big broad classes of plants that just really appeal widely, and that's definitely one of them like echinacea's, another good example in that category. That seems to be very popular. Colangelo as and redo Cosmo's and what else bachelor right is in. All those. There are really good kind of generalists that we see a lot of different species. And and then there's some like we for example, grew a new Rebekah to us. That's it's pedal lists. So it lacks the what people generally think of as the petals of the flower. Of course, it's a composite. So it's composed of lots of little flowers. But it doesn't have the outer pedals that are the ones you've noticed instead of has these tiny little pedals in for that one. We noticed that. It was only the little metallic green. These only be we would ever see on it which really need to see the interactions of how some are especially favored by some. And. Yeah. It's interesting to observe dividend who likes what? And when for instance, in our to our humanized, you know, what's more, attractive, ornamental or delicious in the case of vegetable, you know, how we've changed things is for our human tastes often in breeding and selection, and indeed the scientists explain that, you know, so like we love big fluffy, double flowers, real puffy giant. But what you were just talking about that landing place is sometimes obscured or shifted or re figure configured and doesn't work for the insect. So sometimes the one we like the best is the one that's the least appealing to them and used to talk about those a Padelis echinacea. You know, they they don't you're right. They don't not as many of them sort of get it. And I think it might have to do. I mean, again, not scientists but have to do with sense of being steered to. Things like looking from overhead and going. Oh, wait. There's those Ray flowers pointing me to that central landing pad like they may not recognize it, do you know what I mean? Maybe as simple as that. Right. The also the interesting interesting fact that there's a whole nother level of UV reflected patterning on flowers that is not visible to us. But that totally access bowls is to be. Yeah. Like, the guys who have the the two red lights when in each hand at the landing strip at the airport, you know, in their their their guiding the planes that are Tennessee. And I also think of those is like that those markings in those like you say the things we can't see on the flowers as those things. Yeah. Now sunflowers you have some sunflowers in the catalog to redo. Yeah. We have quite a few. It's always been something. That's brought us a lot of joy growing sunflowers. It's a little less easy to to observe the pollinators in the sunflowers because they're up so much higher than the ones you can really like get in. But definitely those, you know, those those big discs in the center are just always always a buzz, and you know, at our place, there's always so much flowering. If we imagine it as being a pretty dreamy landscape for bees. So the things that I really popular with such a selection available at our farm. I think it's really clear which ones are especially flavor favourite, and especially, you know, rich nectar and pollen resources for the bees. Flowers. Do you start them indoors in transplant them or you direct sowing in that can be dependent on lots of different the decision about that can be but for for gardeners. What do you think do you think which which way? We've done both. We tend to just for. Ease of management. We've we've switched over the years to try to direct seat as much as we can to save one step in the process. But I think there's a lot of benefits to starting them inside in terms of planting into a weed free bed kind of at a later stage of development for having a full bed where you don't have gaps where you know, some things might have getting eaten nor spotty germination and things like that there are benefits to both. We we kinda tend towards more laissez faire kind of approach these days and directs as much as we can. The group of plants that when I talk to entomologists and people specialize, otherwise in pollinator stuff, another group of plants that have great sort of beneficial insects appeal or the cousins of the mints, you know, the things the ABA see the lots of things in the herb garden, you know, be bomb nepotism in time. And of course, the true mints, I think you grow some relatives. They are like a Rindge Eum. Yes. Jim is great. That was probably this was our. So it's a perennial in this second year with that one. And I would say that was probably the most popular thing with pollinators on the farm this year, and like in terms of both numbers and diversity. We saw just tons of different species of beetles flies, most of the beef families. We have represented are far more in there. Yeah. It's it's a pretty spectacular plant in bloom and seems equally appealing to the insects is it is. One of them. Once that's a c Holly as they call them sort of bluish or silvery blue in career. Kind of spiky dry appearance to it. We've sorry. Go ahead. I think we have in America one. I forget wherein nited states. It's from I think, Jim, yuck. Yuck. Afo? Liam, I think the rattlesnake master. I think that may be an American plant, but that looks a little bit different. It's pure. I think it's ghostly like silvery. Several species in in that family and. Yeah. Pretty pretty interesting. Interesting looks. So, and then I think you have some anticipate and so forth at me over to match, and you get some interest there for sure NF is a great one all the Basil's when we. He also real real good with pollinators, and we have a low growing Italian mint called men to cheer. And then also is a really really good next replant. And the nice thing about a lot of those is that I think the majority of the Perennials in that family and just Perennials in general tend to have an earlier bloom time. So a lot of what we try to do is not just manage having plants that are popular with with insects. But also, you know, having staggered blooms throughout the season. So that there's a constant constant supply for them to feed on and just to have this population, healthy, right? And that's really the key. From the earliest thing you can have in bloom to the latest to have a real succession of opportunities. Yeah. Yeah. Especially early especially that really blooming. Of your really early things that are in bloom on the farm. Yeah. We we've got several. So we we always week required. A bit of Brassica seed at our place got kale family, and by annual that usually starts blooming in April and that coincides right about when the bumblebees are are coming out kind of in full force. Those those early next replant for the bumblebees are really critical for establishing healthy colonies because the Queen set of over wintered and they start a brood right away. Their first job is defined, you know, floral sources, and and and a home, and then they start their brood, which will be you know, the seasons bumblebees. So this excessive those early queens that emerges is really critical. Also, another one is Jacob's ladder, which is. Know related to Valerian. It's like Hilarion family who are familiar with that one. That's got really lovely kind of sky. Blue blooms in early nice architecture. And that one always that I think that was our our first blooming plant the farm this year. That's another good one. And then we switched we used to grow mostly grain cover crops for overwintering grow like awry, mixed with fetch and more and more since we would till it in pretty early and not really get that much height or benefit from the ri- other than the winter cover. We've switched to clovers which have the added benefit of having a really good. In sector bloom as well. So we grew crimson clover, and and red clover both, and they especially when you have it on like an acre scale, it's really pretty spectacular. So you mentioned earlier some of the unbel- type flowers, and I think there are there are probably a lot more. And that's another group family that a lot of the entomologists always mentioned to me as being you having great insect appeal where celery and carrots, I think parsley and salon tro. Yes, maybe. Exactly. Yeah. And actually, we we sell a pollinator soil though, their mix that is kind of intended to be sorta broadcast, sewn and just let gone wild in a quarter corner of the garden, and they they eat you're pretty heavily in that mix. Just because they are. So so good as sources of, you know, both pollen nectar, and also, you know, so throw in in the garden people often complain about it bolting, and it can be seen as, you know, a resource instead of instead of something to pull up in resou- because because it is such a good good resource. So that brings up the conversation. I had you mentioned also earlier before you mentioned how the Basil's are so popular with upon eighters. But of course, if we as gardeners wanna keep cutting basil leaves, we pinch off the flowers, and so we don't. That experience with the salonpas you said it's gonna quote ball. So we pull it will. Then we don't get that experience. So I remember conversation years ago with with Frank Morton of wild garden seed, who I know you like this as I do, you know in respect, and whatever and talking, you know, a lettuce Colangelo breeder and various other things, and he said something like, you know, how it was because he started becoming a seed farmer seed breeder watching what happened when you didn't pull out your so entre because you wanted to get seed from it or whatever the thing was even the lettuce watching who showed up, you know, this like amazing number of insects who showed up to enjoy. And he talked about micro wasps that parasitology aphids and caterpillars and native fruit pollinating, solitary bees thinks he hadn't seen otherwise, you know, Surghens who go after the fizz or minute pirate bugs for threat, control control. And all these kinds of interesting things that happened. So so yeah. So what would you won't be few things that were probably all growing that used would say to us. Don't be headed so early gardeners. Let it let it grow. Let it grow on. Frank Frank is a really great teacher of observation and just really being president observing. What's happened happening in your field? He's he's always been a avoids looked up to him for that. And yeah, I think things like like we've already discussed up parsley a lot of times people will leave parsley to over winter because it is hardy and a lot of parts of the country and that as it blooms in the next the next season is a great thing to leave out salon. Throw is similarly great, and we we actually we intentionally companion plant a lot of things in our field for the express purpose of attracting insects. So when we're growing a fall Brassica crop to over winter most people who grow Pasco's in the fall. No that if it's often a terrible problem with that. So we will often put you know, every. Third bed or so we'll plan to facilitate which is another another plant. It's one of its aliases is bees friend kind of let you know about what what it does in the garden. But and we find that just the surf surfeit flies like you mentioned the parasitic wasps that that predate on this. If it's are really beneficial in keeping those populations in check alyssum is another really good one that we haven't mentioned that I know. It's a Brassica of all the crazy things. I think isn't it. But I know several commercial commercial growers even on a very large scale that do that, you know, every fourth row of faciliator or that do and under story of listen and their Basset 'cause just to just to bring beneficial next time. Brian Campeau, we've used up all our time. I could talk to you all day, and I'm visualizing those five acres of of of cascading moments of bloom. So thank you so much Brian Campbell of uprising seeds, and I really look forward to speaking to you again. 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How I Awakened My 7 Chakras And The 4 Areas Of My Life That Changed!

My Seven Chakras

12:54 min | 1 year ago

How I Awakened My 7 Chakras And The 4 Areas Of My Life That Changed!

"Senate chuck. Girling energy position throughout the base of spine to the crown of four thousand. This ancient which has been. Measure to disciple. What are the functions of these energy such and cook these Chuck help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose? Welcome to my center. Charter and now your host a giant Kumar. EJ year host and founder of my seven Jucker as the shore where we provide you Incheon wisdom in spiting stories and action steps to change your life. So if you are new to the show, then I wanna give you a wom warm. Welcome in neural that you are in the right spot. In today's episode. I want to share my story of how I discovered Jukka energy work because Nagai's no, I'm really fascinated by this field. And I think that Jucker healing is the medicine of the future. But not many of you know, how it all began for me. And hopefully by the end of today's session, you will get no a little bit more about my story. But before we get started. I want to make a quick announcement. If you are fascinated if you're curious, and if you've been wanting to learn more about the jugulars than being live online training this Thursday, where we'll be taking a look at life to the lens of the jugglers teaching you three simple, but effective throat Chakra clearing, techniques and all teach you how to balance your route for access to greater abundance, alignment and flow. And by the end of the station, you'll have a greater amount of confidence in this insured field that scored Chakra energy work. So if you're interested the link is my seven shockers dot com forward slash life training. That's my seven is word my seven chocolates dot com forward tonight live training. All right. So let's get started. So Chuck in a healing really changed my life right after doing my undergraduate degree. I took up a retail job at a company that makes or you speakers. And what it seemed like a good company to work for especially at the beginning about a year into it. I was beginning to dislike my job long. Our standing working weekends the evening and having to eat my lunch and dinner at our ours was really beginning to take a toll on my health. Drafted that was an arm of negative at my workplace, which added to my stress and anxiety. I've heard really stuck in my life boat, literally and metaphorically because not only was I not enjoying my job blouse handy. Non-existent social life and expand most of my dying on the internet in front of my computer without a specific purpose or direction in life, and the Gumbiner tion of all of this my job my lifestyle, and my iguana eating habits were leading to feelings of frustration and stagnation, and I was really cream for and because I wasn't able to make this change the cycle of negative emotions gift defeating and I felt like I was on something like an energy hams doing I was spending energy, but I was getting nowhere. And I wanted to really change in my life. I longed for in new career aligned with my interest and one that had better timings, and maybe a better environment and realize that unless I was able to somehow. How much to my thoughts and emotions and energy. I wouldn't be able to change my life. Whether it was getting in your job becoming Hellier or finding new purpose. And this led to a quest for finding different methods to work on my thoughts and emotions, and that's how I stumbled upon a chuckle healing guided meditation on YouTube, and it looked pretty interesting. So I thought why not give it a try? So I lay on my bed, and I put on my headphones, and I started listening to the teacher speaking, and I visualized each Jukka one by one from my until my Cologne, and as I did this I began experiencing sensations and feelings that I'd never failed before it was really strange, but very mystical and my imagining these energy balls spinning and glowing and bolting in different parts of my body was creating. Physical sensation within me, quite amazingly. By the end of our session. I felt so much lighter so much clearer and much more relaxed and ever since I was hooked and with this new found in Tuesday as Amai went deeper into reading and learning about the Chuck and getting my hand on any information articles that I could find online, and then I came across this exercise that promised to help you unlock your subtle energy sensitivity, we just pretty intriguing because I thought to myself, what is subtle energy and is even possible. UC until then I couldn't really sense my ARA or the energy field around me, nor could I feel my seven miniature Kara's. And quite honestly, I wasn't sure if this will really work for me or not. But for some reason, I just decided to do that exercise. I thought why not what's that lose? Right. So I did the exercise once and I kept doing it again. And again, why watching TV what on my computer while relaxing my out? And I was about to stop doing the exercise when all of a sudden as I was sitting on my sofa. I realized it dawned on me that I could feel a slight magnetic like attraction between my palms. And when I pushed my palms grocer. I could clearly send a slight repulsion. It was real. I wasn't imagining this. And this was something that I hadn't experienced before. Like a had awakened a new human ability, which was true in after a few days of this practice. I could also sense the subtle energy. On each of my seven Jupiter's along mice by. These experiences were so important to me because they made my Chaka exploration all the more sensiti Danjabbo and exciting, and it took my interest to a whole new level. And I was like if this is awesome for me. Then what other mysteries our abilities are yet to be discovered an unlocked, and here's what I discovered after that I discovered can heal and balance your chuckers in Seoul, many ways just one, but many the first method that I came across was guided visualization, which was really effective. But then I discovered that you can use crystals essentials affirmations sound yoga, Geegong colors and different types of foods and so much more. And this perspective made a huge difference to my healing work because the variety it made, my healing journey all the more interesting and fun. I still remember. Waivers crystal that I got was a labora- deride crystal that is amazing for the throat Chakra. It helps you clear the blockages in order throat entity center and highly recommend that you get it because it looks beautiful. It looks like the universe quite literally. And if you look at it shimmer, a bluish greenish yellowish color, it's really beautiful and in many ways that crystal help me unlock and open mytalk Chakra. So that I could start expressing myself more and going beyond my comfort zone. Starting this. Bark Gosden, having some amazing conversations that would ultimately affect the lives of millions of people worldwide. And that was just one of the changes that I began noticing in my life after working on my jugglers. As it is working on my subtle energies within I noticed some big shifts in the physical world around as it is working on my Tortuga. I was able to take quick action and enrolled in twos. Masters, which is a club that helps with public speaking. Which was a big move for me, given my current life state and just mystically I learned about a Buddhist community near me through a conversation with my friend, which was all about compassion and acceptance, and that's really helped heal my heart Chakra, and it changed my life. And remember the retail job that are Dory about that. I didn't quite like well as it is of clearing and cleansing, my jerkers, I was able to manifest an amazing new job in the same company, but it different divisions as certified had valid timings. I had an office job. So normal standing really supportive colleagues and what I really felt like I belonged and that helped me heal my root Chakra because that is all about belonging. Grounding. Connection right feeling like you are part of your group or tribe, and because of the work on my crown Chakra identitat small steps towards understanding. My life's purpose. I began to get a feeling like I was meant to be barred of something larger than myself. And all the is I realized that working on your rows can open the way to consciousness in many areas of your life. Not just twice, but many other areas where is abundance relationships and connection. Guzman connection or even expressing your voice and things like that. So they were ships rotating, please externally. But when I was most proud of were the changes that were taking place inside of me because as a dessert of my working on my jeopardize began loving and accepting myself for who I truly am. I learned some amazing methods for reducing stress tarts and worry, and I was getting and understanding off my life purpose. And most importantly, I was beginning to realize that energy is all there is all rounders all within us. We're living in an ocean of energy. And this might sect our energy says if I can put it that way. Let me to starting my podcast my seven shuker as because I wanted to explore more about this field and have conversations with people around the world to sort of understand energy work and energy medicine and yoga, and I would wear Chuck Chuck on a deeper level. And that allowed me to connect with hundreds of. Healers leaders around the globe. And it helped us reach a listenership of literally millions of people worldwide, including you, the one that is listening to the podcast right now. Thanks to you. So they go action try that was a short version of how I found out about and how I discovered chocolate inning and Howard changed my life. 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Movie Review: Lucy in the Sky

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38:29 min | 10 months ago

Movie Review: Lucy in the Sky

"Womack to park as your host Chris here Dan Brandon Romo roommate join us we'll see if she hops on over here her back to review l. her filmography and like you see stuff like Black Swan and then you see stuff like no strange attached or the other woman and then you see like her film because he's but he's not really acting like Natalie port me it's in here somewhere as an actress because sometimes she'd be acting and other times she don't be is the female version of Nicholas Cage and I know I know there are people who are fans of hers but I mean if you just go okay so this is like one of those films I'm trying to think of a Nicholas Cage film where he is acting his ass off like he's actually acting you know the the the prequels for the Star Wars prequels big film big budget she did not act nat that method bullshit that he does and stuff and critics eat it up I'm talking about films like he's act like I think in wicker man he was actually so just like he just so fucking worthless sparking worthless right my my tap it off yeah we know we could ever top the the awesome greatness we've gotten on this week in historic Natalie Portman Jon Hamm Beats and some guy named Gary I'm skipping but for Jerry like I swear to God do the guy who plays Nellie husband reminds me of Jerry from fucking Rick and Morty like national she can clearly at does she want to right it's not even know she wanted to because I honestly believe what do you solve vox lox was that I wish I did right so again like Vox lugs she can clearly act the then pay for sure I don't know how much they paid her if her acting in that was supposed to be a quintessential what they paid her it must not have been a lot this film this as I said this to you when but the film ruined Lucy in the Sky Astronaut Lucy Lucy Cola returns earth through transit acting sometimes she being movies that could potentially be good but she's not good it is some time she's in films that she is good but they're not good is doing absolutely too much and I'm not sure what film he thought or she thought they were shooting but ultimately it's a blurry mess that is actually consistent in his linearly sums up that error of those kinds of films too it's just like yes is ridiculous but hell yes I'm watching it everybody in this film is taking it seriously even character that plays the plane crazy characters crazy stereotypical characters are taking this seriously they did take inspiration for this this ties into the Lisa Nowak story and if you don't know just tape in and you probably remember this story astronauts experienced a transcendent experience during a mission to space and because the lose touch with reality and a world that now seems to small there are no a Holly League as far as following a story art and character development it does it but at the same time it's so much shit going on we were I don't know who we Linda film or not I'm not sure exactly where we were but I think that Natalie Portman is they felt like those screens were real he was you know like in face off I feel like he's acting I feel like that's crazy as really took over but I feel like he was acting his some one because like there's so many different tones in this film and when they switch the story from and I'm dislike I mean that's an interesting movie to make but that's not what you know the other two-thirds of this movie is Oh you didn't see ad Astra but in Ad Astra of bad Brad Pitt's character in Natalie Portman cares ass off if they saw and this was a film I think he did come off doing like on air or something like that before it so like include like you know what telling him he's getting emotional to still be able to do his job this film quickly derails when they basically turned this woman hard to not make the gingered like you know observations here they allow Brad Pitt's care to to even her here Lucy they're very similar they are very controlled they're very they're top of their game they were the they are the the pinnacle paid accident in all like Bernie Koopman. I'm sorry I love Connie I think is one of the most UN wait like how do you how are you choosing these films now so a Sidebar we were talking about doing MTR network Rewatch I know I said horror rated films of my era as a film watcher Oh yeah Oh yeah yeah that is also a neural topic here but also more together and tell one story in so it's just I don't know tagged each other in and out yeah production process and a wish of control and getting getting the job done different between Ad Astra and Lucy in the sky is and again do conair Nagai first off I love Connie no no no I'm saying I love conair that horrible Nicholas so desperate to get back into space after being outer space and seeing the world and everything so small like she just doesn't connect with other people is not that and it turns into that and you're like okay I'll watch this movie but then it Kinda just end and you're like but I that's where it actually would have gotten interesting it's just if you if you fell asleep in which you could fall asleep if you fell asleep and then woke up and you you're like a new movie like the backup is movie which actually is in I can't hope but think it's because she's a woman you wise you know you never do they induce with Brad Pitt's character This this group I don't know it's like they started they had three different script writers who all had different stories they won the Tel and nobody decided region can you go space crazy like can you leave the boundaries of earth and realize cheat drastically changes but no reason all of a sudden while still filling Aryan floaty well I said this is walked out when they add is three bad how small we are how miniscule our existence is within the vast emptiness of the galaxy and what does that he missed them like Lucy in the sky one is based off in very addictive Song Seidel wise I think fits perfectly in asking the question comeback where they have completely checked out of earthling reality because they have literally been beyond all the way you would expect which I'm like all right kwok and go with that but then they literally make her go crazy and honest and they made her kind of go crazy assault somebody you possibly killed them right in and I'm like okay but then you tell that story then and that's a case they her name Lucy it should've been name it provides like current events even then news but even then they changed enough of lease actually kidnapped somebody she actually the space crazy like is there a thing a psychological psychological thing that happens to cadets when they come back or astronauts ACTU- of space like I don't think many of us truly grasp the concept of the term space the definitive -ness of it and what it truly means actually do to you psychologically all your preparation through NASA is to get into space and then when you get there and you witnessed the and how far reaching it really is so they had a film that they could really explain it could have really did some research on this and explored ah this is why I kind of wish that Roy was here and she has seen this film because I would love to get her opinion on because the other thing that bothers me about this film is I don't the most interesting and for those who don't know if you WANNA see how interesting says this and I lean over and told you that and then when I looked up this woman that the on which I feel like they they I feel like they're the two who saw this week that were a mess both had premises that had easy marks and they completely it sounds like if you're gonNa tell the story then tell the story don't halfway tell a story in the magazine like well she just became out of touch because she saw Lisa you should have just gone ahead and said based off a true story in gone that way and goes back they said based on real events which is always weird when seated based off really dacre lady I'll just leave it there but I've starting in those vibes and then when I go to find out later on that that's where they took this story from the basically Salt God in space and it was that's the way they were going to begin in this film and then they turned around to the idea of Nashi just you know she could only I don't even know the earth and I felt like they could I was looking at this film I was like oh I understand she space crazy okay like I wonder how they're going to exploit it and then like you say Tommy Lee Jones is base crazy he plays a Brad Pitt's father and he has gone space crazy so it's like it's just interesting to me to see it fits character based on a woman who actually said in a diaper Andrew of all the way to Texas right tried to kidnap some people in headed in this aspect while they do make lucy go crazy and become an emotional wreck and just insane in down on it and he's like perseveres here you got a female character and it's like well yes she's kind of space crazy she's really focused in we're gonNA show where in in Asir you have these men in their allowed to an again Brad Pitt scared your whole thing is he's controlled he doesn't give an emotions he all her logic at a particular point while dragging a kid into this situation who is who is grounded I never understood the whole thing she was heart rate down and as he's allowed to get it he gets more from all finances father's alive they try to bench him but it actually he look at him and go oh my tactic masculinity right you just go like he's really trying to connect with our he is like feeling hurt on an emotional level I will give the film a decent fucking person in any state right like he's he's an alcoholic he's a sex addict he's he's a manipulator he's a fucking liar will she be a Muslim what she's very well here's the thing is you knew as soon as you saw them on the track as soon as she almost runs he says to her he's he's a terrible terrible person and even though they present him as being like his character his demeanor his presentation his charisma did make Natalie Portman character email crazy Jon Hamm is the person is she crazy over and at no point in this film is it established that he I think that's still bad but there's a way to do it if they again like you said they had filled it in if they use of Pearl dickers- Dixon's to do because he's just as unstable as she able to manifested better and hide it better than she can because I think that he's had to do it off doing God knows what as a poet or something like that and she's literally having the tag along with Lucy throughout this whole thing Jon Hamm's cares but at the same time I was thinking that are also was going Jon Hamm is in his own and he's he's about to literally Hanff her loins more often and I will lean in your direction and say that men get away with crazy way more often in the workplace than women do and that's the thing all can't hate on these negatives that's okay but to say that Lucius Guy Natalie Portman is actually acting her off I think that the director how do you know how women get too emotional and like when which is what was the the black haired the the boss Cullman and she's going to go and like when I realized crazy and I was like she's going to go for the Ham I knew immediately like at no point in this film after she runs in a job relationships fail so he's a he's been divorced he's he's doesn't thing where he watches the challenger blow up over and over and over again so again like you said is that of Jon Hamm From Madman when you've seen him in roles where you know this due to tick but he just looks really good in a suit that's what his character is able to not necessarily that they made you know they they went to the cheap route made Natalie Portman scared to go crazy and of course overman I I it's not even that to me right absent from the script and places we should have been like I feel like that could have been the character that establish that is the audience establishing reality that we're supposed to be saying that Lucy all right fine let's go there well here's an interesting again going back to add Africa this is the film all but compared to the cause which is name because the Colman Domingo deliver lies like that makes them flow better just because he's such a charismatic person right end just swab and this about him that you don't not projecting towards us right I feel like she could be the person breaking met for wall but that wasn't the case there was no way to use her but I wanNA give them credit for in this aspect while the so you said there's this whole thing of that all these these astronauts will go to space men or women they all come back and they're different they'll have these they there ask here and the amount of dynamic acting that they have is amazing and they didn't use it they have colman domingo they have danced who is at the top of our game and yes you might be losing touch they make Sushi with humanity and and reality because she's when is the beginning of the film when they're on I'm like oh they're going to do they're going to D- okay they're going to do this I know they're going to do this they're gonNa make it messy even know I don't even know why she went crazy I don't even understand was was was where it was interesting about this is that like the last parts are just I don't know why she went crazy what I thought was interesting about this it's play playing her super nice nerdy husband which I don't know if you've ever seen like a legit real red carpet picture of Stevens but like he could hold his own against Eric Way more easily than women do and they could have told that story but they just don't like it's just like the lady could it's all both stories Mingo Kremlin yeah when he plays Fr- frame packs and says to her you're just too emotional I was like Goddamn guys like that and what are they blew I really feel like she affiliate again I feel like it was a wasted opportunity on a side character that was very strong even in her kind of being Sir Blue Iris Memorial because her character has a little bit is going through all this I'm her she's staying with Lucy Andrew Because her dad is Liam for a dream that was about people not being able to distinguish between reality and insanity basically we had a spectacular week put it that way we had a when it comes to to movie watching this this might this might might goverry going back to ellen you're right like this whole thing with her Nanna having the gun they never do anything with that I'm like is that just so that you have you have Nanna fallen into dementia and she literally like falls all the way into dementia and then you have lucy who is straddling the line between you know they just didn't lean they leaned too hard mid second act like flooding into the third act in her craziness and what really she can have that they would on another woman going crazy and thing they were trying to show you that that's where Lucy is going to get her craziness from later in the film like you they don't clearly not okay either you said maybe it's men won't name maybe we know this men get away with being crazy like weird like you have you have Nick Offerman who is an amazing actor you have Colman Domingo you have Ellen Burstyn you literally have a woman who has been in a film called me about this is one I you'll be having no I'm sure you steam it already your we happen to know they're actually worth three screenplay writers I look at the but the film tries to sell that and trying to make some gear they're trying to make them jerry from fucking Morny they really and I'm like Healy's Pignataro is in this and I don't feel like they use her character l. she's she's great airy she's green this year deliver she don't use her she's greeting star trek discovery she's grading started on hand like this does not get out here and act like Dan Stevens can't put on a fucking sue and and go Armani Oh yeah like that's not even do that the it's a it's a it's a very very like this shallow adept is tight here like it's really weird and at first I thought it was a theater dementia and reality and it's just the film starts off that way to like I don't know if you noticed it but like seventy percent of film is out of focus most of the wait how how much of a dedicated and kind of crazy but like workhorse she is you know like nobody can her Andrew's home and she made it like just like there's so many elements there elements here for interesting introspective at least two different movies here I feel like the beginning of this film is his idea of Lucy trying to do everything she can not because she wants Jon Hamm Dick I did not know what year it wasn't so I looked at their vehicles which shoutout to everybody who was doing advertisement throughout this film. 'CAUSE y'all did it to hail Vince I don't know how to get her to come up with scared because I'm sure the real woman doesn't act exactly like this even though I looked at her hair and cut similar as far as like from the time other that could have been another interesting movie their interest movie of what happens in seeing her do all this stuff and then get on the space and maintain all that are fine you're going to switch it house it looks dated the Nana's House looks dated but of course that's because Nanna there was a there was a point where I couldn't tell the difference between her home and Amazon movie about this carry it could have been another Ad Astra even if you even if you went down the route of her going crazy and following the I I feel like there's will allowing the audience to not be a part of her fantasy they were allowing us to be a third person watching her go through it what I thought was interesting that is also never deals Oh she walks everywhere like she's about to deliver a presidential speech and I was like I'm she is completely become this character to find out that they kinda just basis going the other route aren't is she upset that Jon Hamm character is in love with her or issue so that she's not going to space and this highly Barry White Woman Gig that she borrowed in a way that she's walking like every like twenty pounds in her heels everywhere she but because she wants to get back into space and that's her whole thing there's a moment here we're doing a training exercise and she completes and you see how you see and that kind of kept me interested in a film because this she could have easily been as born as that other space film that came out last year I man all the critics kept talking about we didn't even get these moments of like hearn him like bonding over the fact that they both out in space like they don't get you don't get that edges adds to the floaty dreaming of it all and what this feeling really could have been was a space version of a beautiful mind and I was like Yo there you have so beat that and then they do the thing where they take it away from her and then they have no other choice but like all right now like her go full crazy I'm just like but you guys had mini strings courts to pull on here but you don't know what song to play no there there's a moment here literally where you see amazing adventure and that she was stuck roller coaster that she was not fun you know I'm watching this and I'm like okay where are they gonna take Natalie with her mid western accent like that's the thing that got me right towards Inda film and then become like at one point she tells him while I love you and I'm like you do like why like I don't I was like a show she is when they when they when they leave when she takes when her and Blue Iras leave in like do they just leave and come back to the same house and but again so here's the other thing too that could have been interesting thing right it could have been interesting thing where you find out that like we are that Lucy's the one the decorated there kept dropping hints throughout the fucking movie about what was really going on and then when you find out the payoff works you can't do this you can't sit there home you know feel really but I don't think I don't think either I don't think you were supposed to like I think that was one of the only times like Dade everybody was like make sure our emblem is facing the camera and in the focused okay vehicles and I was like that's absolutely twenty twenty was you did a horrible job editing or you did a horrible job of spacing out time you didn't you didn't make me believe what you were doing because you had your the job of setting that that moment up so when you get in you can ask that question of was it really was a nut you don't get to sit here and treat everything like it was I also it's so funny you say that because like Lucy really does dressed like she's in the sixties seventies em like he's also and then come in after the movie go oh well we were trying to make you wonder what's a real was a not unlike you did and you failed because all I was thinking about Jon Hamm Jon Hamm care to go to space well while Lucy still on earth and then literally like almost literally the next scene she's frantic and going all over the place acting sto captivating that I didn't I honestly did not get bored watching this movie I was just like bre she has completely committed all over the place with this scripting going back and forth which is really fucking annoying the Shit Outta me I found her I just found Natalie Natalie Portman do you see everybody and then you didn't leave you'll see like twenty twenty twenty twenty he like corvette drive-by you're like oh wait no that it's not just hard next to the puck and shovels that shit that Shit made us laugh out loud so much because she knows she had a party at only this like how much time passed was it was a he was like you say it could have been interesting right I I I said there's never a woman a white woman with a bowl cut just don't you can't do it more cuts white women do saying it's like it's like inception right and inception the end you're like did the top fall over is he still in a dream what happens you don't really know because they did an dated to this white woman who's about to go mad I can see the madness approaching a win win she goes crazy in I mean crazy not just the crazy for it but the full crazy honestly it becomes more again that lasts thirty minutes a we didn't earn it but it's a way more just falls apart and doesn't work I do find it like the fact that they kinda like ad Astra you said works in in you know the crazy works in their favor and hear the crazy works Z. and lazy because when she goes into the store to buy her kidnappers shit it's literally like she walks to the kidnapper I'll the fake ass fight club structuring and the whole false narrative bullshit that they're trying to sell people I feel like I feel like it's crazy white do's and critics and the things that people talk about with joker that apparently he really didn't do this idea was it was not what was it was not and I'm like he had but here's the thing if you're going to do with time defensively we I don't know if you know these three years like body held them that was that was really all in her head you gotta leave clues you gotta you gotta put the work in to get the audience slightly against them in ruins their life and gets and it just makes it turns literally leaves are at the end still crazy this the fucking roads and the rope fertilizer is next to the weeks but come on dog really hear no fucking week in a hardware store there definitely definitely joker could actually work in that way too if you have a bunch of friends who have reminded like us you could sit around and watch the joker and completely shit on the nonsensical should've that movie and 'cause I don't remember anybody saying that joker would have made more sense as a comedy even though it's a battle fucking clown in a dude trying to become a fucking comedian who loses his mind and becomes a real crazy clown I just I'm like there are man you can see his you can see him spiraling down real and leave no other hints whether or not another example you know because we will say Oh goo Christopher Nolan inception freaks fridge another example where the into she loses her fucking mind and all of that all of that all of that drive that makes our perfect is what ends up making her perfectly crazy like it quote unquote hardware convenience store with a you know with with a wha- party city with the whigs you knew it was y- you knew what they were doing like what are you into crazy it's like it's so captivating and moving and then you lucy in the sky and literally you can see her also spiraling down in a crazy and she's actually August Shikata stupid bre really because when we walked out into theater one of the critics remarked this this would have worked better as a comedy and I was like that's interesting is she puts the same amount of dedication and focus in doing crazy shit that seat that she puts holding her breath for fucking two minutes underwater it put her in a coffee room because she's really gone through it we definitely don't need to send her into space no matter how many answers she got right on that last test she can't get these ing blood tests instill Bashar crazy still crazy as fuck I feel like joker is getting applause for motherfucker losing his mind and the what's going on here like the whole thing is that when she pulled up to the gas station and what she does it a gas station and my brother is just watching her do it giving these roles because she's a mixed black woman who is very attractive and has a certain style about her that captures your attention when

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Fishing And Trading

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

Fishing And Trading

"Today's episode is proudly brought to you by try to cops the double bay dot com. Join up for the free biweekly video newsletter with myself my table, keep you up to date on the moves that are in this crypto market now if you want to learn how to make money within the market goes up or down go to try to call dot com. Now. Vitrey to Cobb crypto show talking business influx. Jane? Hello, welcome to trying to come crypto show. It's Craig hope he actually out here fishing at the moment. You'll probably get this about all night, ten hours after I've gone home. And the you know what most of my morning sessions. I put out there. They're all about the markets. And that's great because you know, you guys want to know what's going on in the markets from my point of view. And I get that those you have been falling main listening for quite some time, you you'll be very familiar with the fact that I love fishing. Well, I've flown up to Noosa heads, which is on the east coast, south, east coast of Australia, an hour and a half north of Brisbane. And it's look it's where I grew up. And I've got some of my phone just memories. My parents still live up here, and I have a NAS house and we'd come up and stay with them. And that's just recently bought a new boat. So I'm literally seizing. Here talking to you right now recording this, and if you hear a little bit of brazen, the background. That's I apologize. But that's just because there's a wind around, and it's just painful and wonderful. But you know, what I realized trading? I am inevitably going to bring it back to training here. Right. It's the way that I tried is. Oh, I go to the market. I wait until I get what I want. So I I go to the market and target. Exactly what it is the to target full every single day. All I know exactly what I'm looking for I've written checklist. I worked to that going to very disciplined methodology when I when it comes to trading, and I only just realized this is the reason I'm recording. This is I I realize so much that there's so many parts of my life that sort of set me up in the science sort of mindset as what I do in the markets, and I've been fishing Mahal life. You know, I've been on this river on the same system on fishing right now with my dad's until about six years old. We would stay here every single weekend all night long on a Saturday night with fish the afternoon into the evening Katcha by and then going sit out under the stars. All. Not long, hopefully, got his view fish. And then the next day we'd get off and we'd fish different species in the morning, and we behind by three o'clock clean, the boat filled. The fish do our thing and typically in summertime sit down and watch cricket. And what what what are really get in my head right now realize this is like to target things. And and it's it's a steely focus that gets results. So if I'm Sonali fishing for mangrove, Jack, this is a species typically works in the warmer, months better. And I've I've caught one I've got one I got one within the first five minutes of studying fishing loss about three or four others. I've had an absolute shock on a little bit rusty and not many to laying the other ones I've been snapped off twice. And I basically being taken to the cleaners. But the interesting thing is is that when my dad told me that women you go fishing decision. Whatever. You go and you tug of the species it's not targeting mango, Jack other nuts audited mal away with my dad will target Flathead. We'll talk wafting, but we we've got a very selective, you know, also very focused on what we're after. So we will go fishing, and we will target a fish when daddy's big about we target mal. And for example, we catch other fish, but it wasn't the same buzz as when you set out to catch a sudden Spacey's, and you tiger to them, and you call them now that's very similar to the way that I tried unless this guy into the market to take a trade. And you guys we we can all go into the market and press bond, sell buy and sell buy and sell. We we we can call us those tribes as much as we like. But it's the focus the really divides, and sort of creates the real trade is from the people that are out there punting, and whether you will fishing with you'll plying sport, whether you'll trading it's that ability to focus on the task at hand that really separates the. The good people at it to the people that don't really do very well now a little table will say that fishing is a sport of luck. I totally disagree that that is definitely a certain element of luck to it. But there's a reason why good fisherman official woman catch more fish than others. And it's typically the focus it's the strategy. And it's the way that we approach the the Spacey so many tonight, for example, I had to get a certain Tampa Bay. I've got a great bite. I got a good debt sound as I can find the fish. I've got the right tackle, admittedly. The lines have been all hence, why lost the fish, and I kind of the rot time time of year rot tied. You know, all these things came together. Give me a good opportunity to catch. My talk at Spacey, then want to try to design thing. I'm they're looking for the Prospal back on that cradles. For example, set up a small little cradle handle. And then my opportunity to trade presents itself. I give myself the best possible chance. Is to get the best possible outcome. And and that's the difference between somebody who makes a living from the market and someone who doesn't just because you got two hours in the evening when you get home from work, for example, doesn't mean you're gonna find a good try, then it might not be the time when there's good trades around. But if you come to the market, knowing what you're looking for and you allow the market to present to you what it is that you need before you press the button to take the tried. It makes a massive massive difference. And you'll see it in your results with a strong, focus, you can achieve Neely anything. The difficult thing is difficult thing is is knowing what it is. You'll looking for Nagai's if you don't know what you're looking for. Then I suggest you find out fast. And whether we may who teaches your somebody else, it's time to start getting fug est. It's time to learn from the experience painful and get your head right because two thousand nine hundred eighteen is just kicking off in two thousand eighteen for many has been a very very. Hard time, training wise. Investing was definitely trying was it was a good year for us. We had a good opportunity to show the Maka plenty tons when he took longs. We took shorts. We can make money with the market goes up or down guys. I just wanted to give this you because I'm enjoying myself out here fishing. I thought as a very big similarity between the way, I fish the way I'd trade. It's just happens to be in me. Maybe he's not an you. Maybe you're trying to find where it is. But it's all have a great day Spicer begin off. Now. The trade Cup. Crypto podcast is hosted by Craig called ultra courses products and tools can be found at trade ACOG dot com because experience met is.

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s1 e10 Fear FM (Horror anthology)

Indian Noir

12:11 min | 1 year ago

s1 e10 Fear FM (Horror anthology)

"Eh high fashion hotline to have an expiration date. No, why genes are stretched out where can I get you chance that last it's own maybe old navy? Yup. Right now, all jeans are up to fifty percents off starting at just fifteen dollars for adults ten dollars for kids of fifty percent of all jeans, even the new rockstar with never quit shape. Pretension your favorite fit now holds its shape, and hugs and all the right places. Where after where he goes today. Buy online pick up in store for free. I'm so they're all in ripped a fifty percent off all jeans at old navy. It'll maybe dot com valid three or four hundred fourteen styles only excludes in store clearance. This is Indian are you listening to season one episode ten of fear FM? Davy prided herself on being from Baba's favorite student. She excelled at grasping his lessons. Mantras and tantric rites that could manifest doc energies from the world of the dead and bring forth useful knowledge to share with the living sold to the living for a good price. She had lived in poverty in carpool slam as a young girl. She sold Koon and plastic toys had the local markets, and when that stopped bringing in the income she sold her body to strangers, dude. There would have killed herself longtime ago if all she saw was the darkness in her life and in the people she engaged with. But what saved her was ablity to see beyond see through the veil of darkness to the other side. All she needed was someone to guide her and driven Bubba proved not just to be an excellent teacher. But also Savia finally, she had knowledge, and power and most importantly hope. What would have taken students three decades she learned in threes Hadi abilities for so powerful that she had lemon Baba's blessings to harvest spirits and use them to benefit at trade. Never use your powers to harm. Anyone never use it to say, she ate you. Agreed. He used to say by all means make a living, but don't get mesmerized by the color of money. Don't forget creed. She had how this did many souls over these routing suicide victims hanging on trees in the forest withering bodies unannounced from shallow graves the mall had duck. But one day she came upon a man who was digging a grave in the depths of Nagata Neha an old woman. He had no dab cat it in from the slum Lanier him on a bed of dried leaves she lay underneath a tree dressed in black milky white eyes wide open with a look of hatred. So intense, it might of semen I've. The Middle East man tattered vest and thought the stock taking when he that he he dropped the shovel and joined his hands and reverence the people who lived in the slum revered the dock magic practitioners of Nagai near forest, especially Roman baba and the students demand. So they be standard is dead mother. She was my mother this filed woman. That Tate trade juicy on her face was constant companion. Chief and discussed for life and love detested us Chilver home granddaughters. Uh friends, she would inflict pain on innocent creatures to seek pleasure. My mother this fi woman. I didn't want her buried anywhere near my home. The man said. How did she die who they be asked? The man has attained from old age through that they did not believe him. She looked at the blue tinge on the dead woman slips, it was not unusual in this slum to feed. All people milk laced with yellow oleander juice to camp rid of them when they became a bed and how much do you want for her? She in quite what the man us footnote burying for parting with potty. She said, no, I he never looked at his feet. I have to give you some consideration in return for you pension to perform rites on your mother his body. Whatever you like tantric, he said after constrict offer here, she said extending black threat, it will it hurts your vity even into your old. Hey, age blessed by the great baba, except of the blessings happily. He looked at his mother, and then beckoned for you may go now, I look up to her. She said the man put the sacred thread into his shirt pocket and walked away the shovel resting on his right shoulder. Bound the old woman with a rope against a tree as the body rotted in the forests heat Davey who had created a young thrown the ground with Joe patter chanted power for mattress, the rituals went on for seven days and seven nights. A deadly rage emanates from the spirit. She had never felt such hatred from a subject before it was not unusual for spirits to be angry tooling, the harvesting process. But this was something else, but was confident in her training and sheep assisted through the difficult phases of the ceremony. Finally, she drew the old woman soul into a steel nail covered in red Concha powder and hammered it into the tree that was the abode of of decaying form. Once complete the rights she returned to baba posted to him about a successful harvest. She was so proud of what she had accomplished. And she couldn't wait for someone to come looking for services for something truly special something that demanded higher than usual rates a big bundle of notes thrown at her feet demanding she only shes the spiteful soul or some hapless victim Baba's ethos at Sept him. Well, but she was not obliged to embrace his creed. Well, it was right and wrong. But how far made her eat grass because they ran out of food. When she was hit like fucking dog by a mother for failing to sell enough corm when diseased truck drivers traversed her soul without mercy. Horsey doctors in you Bubby to say remember by teachings do not succumb to temptation child. The disgrace schoolteacher at a child molester. From the nearby slam through large bundle of notes that her feet Davey. Silenced. The veteran gills of nature. The man had to nervous energy of an animal who was being hunted. Doc circles around his blood showed is unkempt filthy clothes high worn revenge. He said I want the woman who wrecked my life to suffer. It will cost you mood and bundle of Punti. The said take it. It is a lot of money. It is all of my life savings. He said to to Davis head had is the man said falling on her feet and thing. The ceremony. She pulled out the nail from the tree. The old woman's body was now merely try us. The hammered the nail into a featureless dole made from black cloth and stuffing from old mattresses. Hugh must have this new a new teed? She said extending the dole to the man. Yes. The man said smiling crazily, thank you. She watched him walk excitedly to his death somewhere. A news was waiting for the man a rope. That would end his life and awakened the doc in. Hi fashion to expiration dates. No, why why genes are stretched out where can I q last has a maybe navy? Yup. 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An American Addiction

The JaySin Podcast

1:00:52 hr | Last month

An American Addiction

"A Ladies and gentlemen par folks that we go way on that. Anyway Ladies and gentlemen and. Animals cats dogs. Everyone listening across the globe. Reptiles Amphibians fishes everything. This. Is Your boys sincere. And this is your boy Jay hunted and welcome to another week of DJ, Sin Podcast as. Oh! I was on my diary. She just I just want to be a little bit the actual. WWe Bag. House, My week was fantastic, and it actually culminated in a haircut yesterday that I haven't had three months and ashamed as well I mean. I think. Be a policy. Through the state. We're not supposed to do our miles or something like that. We're not supposed to work beards, but you know our Barbara's. They really care about that kind of stuff so. Thankful as well because I had James. Harden kind a beard where every time I would eat, I would speculate whether or not I was taking in hairs in my mouth so I pretty much wasn't used to it, and it was pretty freaky, and at this moment in time. I'm good, you know. A. Just love all t in the bottom and S it. I. How was Your Week? I'll do some. Some writing linked up with this cool artists out in Atlanta by the name of Kirby. Got Debbie. To Dub. So. We. Good. So so sounds like it was laid back, but at the same time it was productive, which is always? Definitely! Necessary, so you've got some paperwork for that done because he got a a song employees. The. One the one problem I've been having recently. In recent weeks obviously. I I always felt like artist should reflect the times. When you listen to music through the times, you can kinda tell what's going on, but what the artists is speaking on. That's that's true. Artistry is despicable with surround you. I'm having issues writing anything that doesn't pertain to. Columbia House. And black lives, matter and all the corona virus. I'm having a problem. Feeling. Guilty almost writing a song. That doesn't reflect those things knowing that. Around me people are in pandemic. People are in quarantine. People are protesting. People are being arrested, murdered and beaten and I'm writing a song about. Whatever like it just doesn't. It hasn't I haven't been able to pull myself away from artistically and I'm okay with that. So since such to a sense because there are songs that should have nothing to do with what's going on I able to separate. The two of the problem is as you mentioned earlier those I just the time, so that's how it becomes problematic. So I'm. Trying and hoping that during a different couple of different things might help ease that or I think it's more about filling the guilt when I finish a song. Listening to it especially something night. There's a there's a song that I've got the spoke about songs called die, young. Yet. and. Gorgeous hooking seems to beautiful hook onto the piano and if the beat is absolutely incredible. And is a very heartfelt song. But how can I be emotional? About something at this point in time that. And Matt about those things? I mean it just doesn't. I'm some finding a balance, so that was been my struggle for the past couple of weeks. That I've been fighting. Outside of that though man life is good. Life is good. You know what I wanNA kind I know. We have a the big. Topic, but can we get to a small topic first because that's going to be a lots unpack? And! This APP is going to be easy. Maggiore! Let's go. Monday Monday Monday Monday Monday Freddie versus Jason. Jaded kiss versus FAB on the actually a part of my sore segment, but it's okay. Probably one of the best versus. At this moment in time. Oh. Smoke, behind. This is as close as to a actual bar for Bar battle between us to think will ever get. Pretty much. I want to unpack this one not too slowly because I don't want to spend more than maybe five, but it's on track, but. First off. I WANNA say two of my favorites. This is GONNA be entertaining. If! We want to talk I, WanNa give my perspective, and then you can. You're more than welcome to tickle I. Just want get minds off, and and then I ended up done nothing else to say. I think if we're going to go bar for Bar. I'm not even GONNA. Go there I don't know who. Are For bar. But I do believe since we're going folk catalogs. There are cuts in Jade's catalog. Historically culturally. That the fan has nothing for. Has Fab. Like. The benjamins cut. If Jada would drop all about the Benjamins. Fabric got nothing for that. You know what I mean. fabric I've met in for will. Always. but like he don't have that, he will take those ails. Those automatic ails. Got Two or three of those. In his Repertoire Morad FAB IS GONNA lose no matter what he plates. But fabs catalog. Overall. Is Better. The, so the longer this thing goes, the more lopsided. It's going to become. C. Jada. Has a lot of street records? and has a lot of legendary verses. FAB Was Fabu. Come at you and play keeping a gangster. And in turn around and play. traded all. Between. Trade it all jagged edge. The jagged edge, okay? Then he gets on it all in turn around and play you know brief. And in play. Make me better. FABS all over the like landing. So. Is it all at the say this? I think it's a good deal. I think there are moments where FAB is GonNa have to just bow out at moments. Buffet gets the W. in. Best my take. I hear you I guess in terms of the conclusion. We can get that out of the way. I do see Fab. Actually edging. Jada not by much though. Because I feel like we were wrong about that. Nellie about that that Luder. Yes! and. That's what I was going to reflect about a Luda Nellie. So. It's also they're paying. No that's that's that's exact-, that's exactly what I'm GonNa talk about. It all depends on the song plan that they go into this with because. That's what Nellie do wrong in his battle with ludicrous. and. I believe we've heard a song that I. Only Nellie heard himself like we never heard. We never heard a song any played actually. Battle. He was completely lost, and you have to go in with the right cards, and with the right guns you know, and you can't go as Jay z always mention. You can't go into a war. Or High says it in a fruit fight. That metaphor he has. Reason! Why we really the pack! This is a marathon. You start off fast and you wheezing in the back like. That's how to beat them Yup. So pretty much and. I think I. Hear Myself over there for some reason. I hear myself in Philly, but anyway. Not Nadia Walkers does headphones and everything. Might be because you have your your monitoring by accident. My monitoring on, let me see. Actually just went away, no did. Her whole. Let me just double. Check this. Get into my analysis here. Yes, while while I the moment I guess I can't get into it while we're okay, never mind. while. We have this moment really quickly. Recipes to Huey y'all might remember him. The rapper who mob a drop it yeah, he passed away was. Shot night out in Saint Louis. So, please recipes. We add condolences to him and his family John Manso thirty is all courtesy. So low doesn't get it together. Bro. You're going to get you. Shut down all of us, but some some Ossetia's alerts another. We gotta go. Yet we gotta get a little bit organized, but That's a totally separate subject from everything else, though despite the idiots always trying to draw parallels, but that's that's another story. But what I was GONNA say is they have to play the cards right wherever it is Jada Five. VERSUS BATTLE! It's one of the most anticipated I think of all time currently. and. It's like you mentioned. The strength with Jada comes with the cultural hits, so I think he's GonNa have an edge in the battle, and then I think we've fabulous his strength. Is going to be the ladies. The anthems that he put out the ladies the way he made ladies feel and. Artists. That usually have. A great stronghold of how the ladies feel about them. This is despite everything he's gone through. Obviously in his personal life I'm just talking Song Wise. Sometimes that could be even a stronger case than what Jada means to the game culturally. and. Women. I have to shot them out in this case because they are the biggest supporters in a lot of ways I don't know if you. Grew Up. Hearing things like. Guys by the bootlegs, women's women by you know women actually by music by the CD. You surely invested in things like that. They buy the show tickets. They get older. Yes I'm sure you know this is going to be a very interesting battle and once again I. Just see five out edging Jada by little bit and at the same time. I wouldn't be surprised Jada wins as well. You know what I'm saying. And obviously there's no score or anything with this kind of thing. It's all along the. Public Court opinion basically and. It should be very interesting and I'm definitely looking forward to it and how they played their cards, because that's going to be the key 'cause talking about two great artists to premier artists I, think to top tier artists of our culture. and. It should be a treat and I actually made tune in like wholeheartedly for the first time because I haven't really tuned into like. The other verses battles like that, but I. May you know tune into this? Because this is all New York one where New Yorkers you know I'm definitely a new. Yorker obviously and I'm looking forward to it. And that's about it. All right, so let's go ahead and move on to. To me, which you? been. Ben Rothlisberger has quarterback of the Pittsburgh steelers going NFL. He bought folk. To Heaven in the past a huge. Alcohol and pornography? The Sexual Addiction. I'm uncomfortable. Big Been telling me that. Interesting. I don't I don't. I I spoke to people about this. One of them was grace in. I'm not not to the POD. Wife, I'm not okay with been being the one to tell me. I want I want to make this. Very clear, very clear very explicit. Very direct. Big Ben is a rapist. I don't give a fuck. Did he ever do wile for these things no. Was He convicted as a race as a rapist details they all of the charges were dropped, or he settled outside article whatever it was. There were two young ladies. Men. I'm not giving us any more time because they have been multiple ally, allegations of this man sexually assaulted women. What makes you believe it? Because it was multiple. Days death things people say. About. When someone is telling you a story? And you're listening to a story. You can tell the difference between someone who observed something at went through something in someone who's making up something. I'll put it to you this way I have a lot unfortunately. A lot of women that I know have been sexually assaulted in some way, shape or form When they speak to you of sexual assault. They speak. In a very. In a certain way whether they're telling you the story. And there are details there are things that sticking their mind. They are because at the moment of the attack that trying to figure out a way. Some most of the women that I've spoken to that trying to figure out a way to remember and be able to pinpoint this person at this place at this moment. 'cause they're gonNA remember that strange painting on that bathroom wall. Because that painting is only GonNa be on that bathroom wall. Understand does not does not a hundred of those paintings just floating around. This is a very specific room, a very specific incident at a very specific time. Correct some people to do something so much as sending a text message. immediately afterwards, so they have gained of time. That was correct. There are things you do like breadcrumbs to lease yourself. Back to safety. Every story of heard of Big Ben has been the same. Okay. All Right I. Mean I was only asking because I never really got knee deep into it, but I do hear the moniker or nickname as rapists burger like I hear those kind of things. And I know there's. GonNa. Go. Now just going to say I know this case as well where Serb men are accused of rape or child molestation, and you know sometimes that's not true as well, but totally comprehend where you're coming from so in other words from what I get from what you're saying is that these stories are very descriptive. So distinctive right about location about timing about wrecked. I'll put it this way. If I, go into. A Lube Oil gas station. And I'm inside I. Don't know why I'm on allows at the gas station, but fine to it not going to guess. And I'm in there for five minutes. And I know four. Of the five minutes between eleven 11:05 where I'm on camera, but between eleven three and eleven all four. Off Camera and the bathroom somewhere. And then a woman comes in the next day and says. I was going. She was coming out of the woman's bathroom. which is next to the men's bathroom? I push her in. Founder her. And make my way out as she can give you. The exact time of eleven old three to eleven o four. Right the only minute I'm not on camera. No, one would know that detail. I mean. That's mad detail that someone would fucking hell you. Correct. The little things like that makes. I'm not here to talk. About Big Betas, guilt or innocence I believe he's guilty, and that is what it is I'm here to talk about his addiction. Correct I hate the messenger, but I. I empathize with the message. The problem is this is not going to excuse what you have dot. Oh Hell! No, not watch under I. Don't want under any circumstance doesn't justify anything does justifies what you've done. Your a monster less not play that. Your pretty much now. Don't give a fuck about what nobody from rounds say. Give a fuck about it. You're a monster, your rapist. It is what it is. Claim your shoes. But I do empathize with. Addiction because addiction is real. I understand what it's like. I've been around people who are addicted. I've been around addicts. wrote. Worked in Methadone clinics. Yeah. Definitely, I know addicts. I know people who need help. These people are sick. And addiction comes in many forms definitely. he he won't be. The first was terry crews said he had. Another whole right? pornographic addiction terry crews another. Another Nigga who'll recently showed his his cutlass? Correct, not really. Bangor detonated, but it is what it is. I can understand the addiction back it understand. Falling into deep Booy. Alcohol addiction is easier. To. Understand. Most people start who have alcohol addiction. He started drinking young. You know you go out and about two partying. That's. That's of more common addiction that you face which most people don't know. Alcohol is the only physical addiction that will actually kill you. Correct. All the other drugs heroin meth. Crank whatever when you're going through your draws. It feels like it'll kill you. But you'll, you'll physically live Navajo is the only. Only chemical. Addicts if that will physically kill during the withdrawal, it will literally take your life away. Right? So? Let us I don't WanNa touch so much on the apple, because that's where all adults I'm assuming and we know about alcohol addiction at this point to a level that we might not know about sex n pornographic addiction. Have, have you yourself? Would you say you are addicted to par? Yeah I can honestly say that. You would say you are digital porn. Yeah, I would say that because I home, ESP-. Their reasons why? You know and and I've come to terms with it as well and Yacob's say that openly right now. You have an addiction to point and. One of the reason I want to you. What was what would what would? What would you? Consider an addiction. An addiction is I think looking at it multiple times a day. Okay. Okay I mean that's how I see. I agree I agree. You know and. You know with that being said. One of the main reasons why I tend to look at it every day is because physically. I don't have anyone next to me. I don't have no one next. Next to me in bed I. Go to sleep alone. Every night I've been spending this whole time a quarantine here by myself. And usually the frequency of me watching porn. Reduces by like. I want to say eighty percent. If I was living in with someone, or for instance, if like my parents were were here. Obviously I watched it like in the. I. Yeah, my parents, you know actually they're on their way they're. They're on their way July six. They're supposed to be here. God spare life and You know with dumb. I kind of refrained from like watching it. You know if I do, I'll go into the bathroom and watch it for instance dodger, but it'll be a lot less. A lot less I guess airtime. And I wouldn't watch it in my bedroom, because my mom's still has the bad habit of just coming in like bursting through the door and all, she don't need to see little j. you know while she's bursting in through that door. We don't have any episodes or anything. You know what I'm saying so. And it's not like that's the case all the time either it's not I. Don't pull it out all the time when I watch porn. That's not the case either. I'm being completely frank with you right now. and. It's just it's just one of those things like if I actually had a partner, you know She's currently oversees for those who don't know. I am married. But my wife, you know she lives overseas at the moment, obviously after petition first, or she can come here and stuff, so you get lonely bro. Necessarily comes down to you know and. I you know I can certainly speak to that and just make that admission about porn, and regarding Big Ben outside of him being a monster. dish, it all sounds American to me to be quite honest, and it just sounds like a good time I mean we're talking about alcohol. WE'RE TALKING ABOUT PORN It it, all just sounds like a typical American thing and you know. I think he forgot to also mention his addiction to food as well because it seems like he eats a lot of food and I can tell with football shape that. You Know He. Yeah, he's a boy that he consumes a lot of things and. He's doing all of this at this moment in time because he's trying to find himself as a person seems like he's hit. Rock bottom spiritually. And he's coming out with these admissions to try to SORTA clean himself but. That never changes the perception. One thing that's always hard to shake is reputation, and once you have a reputation of being something or doing something that stigma kinda sticks with you for the rest of your life and. You know even though he may be trying to clean himself up as a person. That doesn't mean that perception is going to change or how we think of him is going to change, so you know whatever he's attempting over there. Hopefully, it works out for himself. We're still going to view him the way that we actually view him. A lot of people are still going to call him. Rapist Burger and that's just the end of my rhetoric. I think that there. IT IS A. I feel like. Addiction to pornography and addicts into sex two different things. Then, that's the same. Then at the same at all but I do think that people who. Avenue addiction to porn like yourself in and and Rothlisburger. Allowed the time like for you, your addiction come from a need desire. Can Be fulfilled at this moment. There are some people i. Want. PEOPLE TO GO INTO A HOMEWORK! But. The younger you start watching, porn it Moser sexual appetite. The kind of things that you're into the kind of things that you're willing to try and. Even how you view sex in general. It can warp your mind. Their Charles not real. Point is not real. It sure isn't. I, I've had A. I've had a lot of birthdays is bureau basically that's what point is. I've never. Look I've I've done a lot of side jobs here in the. Never delivered. Yeah, I like this. Does have kind of science a weekend, okay? Let's just have like a a a job for weekend. Emma working on a five and like not having anonymous thirty more have you done? No but that was exactly my point. I've delivered food to his house and deliver foods or women's houses in the middle doing porn. No money and I'm like a bitch I'm taking it back. It knows you can pay with some of that Pussy. Come do me. It's Never A. Dull work like that new so underlying out on money. Well, they GONNA fool base by like that's how that work in real life. Okay, it ain't. No plumbers show fiction. Emma fucking pipes and new walk around and. Stand behind him and he talked about Michelle pipes a cloud. Can You unclogged him? Yes I can't let them all be like that's like. And then the shit that happens in pawn. A lot of it excites us because it's some ship. We fantasize about, but we would never really do. Of course now you'll never really do it, but to a fourteen fifteen euro. Oh, it's ever watching porn. It's amazing for four or five years. He thinks that this is real. So by the time he gets seventeen eighteen. You have the sexual deviants. You have these kids who go off the colleges little white boys. and become. Sexual devious become. These sexual assault people who will become rapists will become like these are it feeds from that youth. Correct I mean I. I kinda have the same resume in a sense. I've been watching porn maybe since I was about. I'd say eleven or twelve. That's when I started watching it because I remember my dad had one of those cheat cable boxes. Remember those right. and. Also move and our remember which channel sixty five. Spice Spice Network. When I remember then there was an Adam and Eve channel Tube I think that was trying to channel previous. Yes, is you prefers I? Kept it on all the fucking. And I remember like while they were working while they were gone, you know my sisters were away from the House. I used to put it on real quick and That's that's when I started getting like my first exposure to porn. And with that said. I never had a situation with the woman where I physically assaulted or sexually assaulted her. You know because of those things as well. It all depends on how you. The person I think assimilates things and how you? Behave, overall you know as a human being. 'cause you know you just mentioned just now that you know a lot of this can lead to sexual assault, but to for me it has it. Thank right, thank God. Were you know and I've I've never raped anyone you know I've never you know sexually assaulted anyone because of those things as well and I do have an extensive background when it comes watching porn, but again that's something that's completely reduced infrequency. Once you know committed to someone you know and I could just like. Turn around and like. Just pull the Anaconda out in. Just do my day. All right so now before we move on, I just WANNA. Drop a couple of tidbits. Quick because I was thinking about my Paul Watching Wait ask you the question directly. Do. You feel like you're addicted to porn. Anything. I watch. I watch, but I'm addicted from I. Just had this conversation other bet watch. Paul wants during this whole pandemic. No Nice like. I'll be I'll be. Like right now I'm still like they are times. Way I watch more than others, but addicted is nowhere near the time for me. Settle, would you? What would you classify as addiction? Like you said Multiple Times a day. Okay, Gotcha! But. But since we know, we are a lot of these stations. Remember sex court. Not Otherwise I show sex court Yup. I. Always. Does that was great? I was laying? I'll legendary legendary. This is real, but I need I. Need to be part of this sex. Call it. Okay sex quote with Fire Robin Byrd all on. Their father bird. I lady the head. On neck, she always put the Dick on his side of her mouth. Show neo cheek. I'll be. Tight like. I've Seen Debbie does this I've seen all that shit? Though, but those are just some of the public access journeys. I was thinking about right, right? The porn joins from my youth. Be like yeah. I love go ahead and get away from this and move on to argue A. Guess. Too well. We're going to start with this one three two. Bill. I love? Box Braids. Just not on. US should is not I think that should not anybody like I? Think you should wait to. 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Like I'm never been a fan of box braids at all and I remember when I was growing up. I let my hair grow for like some months and someone suggested to for me to get box braces. Start out, so my hair can grow faster house like Hail GonNa Damn Box. Raise I just waited to that point where I was able to get corn rows, and that was the end of that I was not putting myself to get no damn box breeds. But My boss brace. I'm retired spurs though. I gotTa Pitch Me and Brian at Me and I've got to put your me and Brian me our grace, and write a couple of nights. There was at Brian's birthday party and I had on. I had box brains that night with the fit michels fire okay I. Mean I wouldn't doubt it, so I wouldn't doubt. On myself. Under the fittings so's coming out just enough like that's. So all right shit, so I guess in this round of let's argue. Your pro box braids Amanda. Right. To. Everything is better grilled. Fried or just everything then the matter how you look. If you want to. I'm thinking about like in the crib depends right, but yeah. Yeah, that's. But you, though some stake in the oven, or an in in a skillet s coal, McGee if you grotesque. Mama No! That's cool second in there, you baking added three seventy five. Yeah, that's cool. Put that bitch on the grill. I don't know it depends on the food. World. I'm going to have to disagree again. It depends on the food. 'cause with chicken meat has nothing like fried chicken like fuck you like I don't care tricker like but. CARE BITCH NA NA there's no. That's tough. That's tough. I rather grilled chicken I. Mean I'm sorry I've rather. Fried Chicken and grilled chicken. Basically know what your hot is nick. Now rather fried Bro! Fried Chicken steak than yes steak than you could grow that you know what I'm saying. That's fine. You can grow that. hamburgers basically yeah all that kind of snow, actually actually hamburgers on a skillet. Is Pretty Good. Is Gone. A need but grilling as as the ultimate when it comes to that like the hot dogs and sausages, and all that grilling seafood is good, too. I'll give you that fry seafood is good as well. Get not into right. So I do like the grilled chicken. Chicken to me, just chicken. Say That's everything on earth except chicken. Is Falls into the won this round like. that. Get got it. Okay so. I'm sorry three. Brown drink chocolate milk. Anytime anywhere. Oh, my God who loves milk. Alone shocker? Yeah can't go against the grain with you. Chocolate milk is really the ultimate for me late summer. Just chocolate period is ultimate chocolate ice cream. Chocolate chocolate anything Nagai with it could be chocolate yet. Chocolate anything literally chocolate women chocolate ice cream. Chocolate women's. Shot chocolate chocolate flavored anything like I'm witted, so I can't even go against that. Does absolutely hilarious. Really quickly. Let's touch on this. Not GonNa to soar first. Let's do sore. Okay, let's dip into soy. Brought to you by the Jason Podcast, please people like share comment. Thank you very much for oil support. And just give me a moment here. I'm just going to get this together, okay? So this week, one of our favorite basketball heroes actually retired in the name of Vincent Carter. Retires after twenty two MBA seasons, had an illustrious career. He is a future hall of Famer in my eyes, and he's from my favorite NC AA team. The University of North Carolina. And I Katie fault. Yoda, do you have? Do you have a favorite college team? Actually 'cause you always talking shit about UNC. In basketball that Nah. Yeah I kind of figured you did it because I root for Obama but we're terrible. We got fucking Avery Johnson fucking coach. They have a basketball team exactly elite. Negative that I can tell you who our coaches let you know. I'm not just a fair weather fan. Terrible. Yeah! I guess so, but anyway. I just wanted to take this time to show. Vince Carter retiring and. He is we did admit. Or we did make the claim. And I think one of our future episodes that he is the best in game dunker of all time, and we stand by that firmly as J podcast. And gained dunker ever. Yes, no question in Game Dunker, ever definitely I think he's the best contestant ever of the game of the dunk contest as well if you ask me. You know and that's like over Jordan. I mean we're talking the dunk contest two thousand folk. If you don't remember, that wasn't epic. Dunk Contest Dyke. That's something. For, the history of basketball basically feel the history of the association when we talk about the NBA and Just what he's been able to accomplish, and how long he's been able to play is totally commendable, and he's definitely a future hall of Famer in my Eyes I. Don't know if he's future hall of Famer to you, but he Japhet Lewis for me. He was one of my favorite tar hills. You know coming out you know in the draft. I actually favored him. Over Antoine Jamison despite Antawn Jamison, having a better college career than Vince Carter, but I kind of better, too, but I liked Carter coming into the league because I felt like his game fit the NBA mold a little bit better than Antoine Jamison and you know in terms of me being correct. He stood the test of time like we don't even know what Antoine Jamison is doing but shot to you. Never I never would have called twenty two years on anyone. That's that's unheard of right. I did not think that. Vince Carter was coming for twenty two years in the League. but I did think he was going to have. A decent career I thought that he was going to be better overall. Than answering Jameson right, but I thought their careers would be about the same because physicality wise, a fence put more stress on his body with the place now that he had correct sorry Grasso coming in the League right up coming in the league and so Jameson would have a better like rookie sophomore year right, and then from there it will be repents being way better than him. For the next ten years, and then they both retire, Vince would have a hall of fame. Co wrote out and say Hall of fame, but I think he would be a star. Antonio Khaneh find his way of being a good role player somewhere. His skill set as Jameson skillset. Even once he got in. The League was so solid. He was always to be a decent role player yet definitely end like in terms of his his athleticism like he was just athletically gifted. He was the fifth pick I believe in the ninety eight draft and in that draft. Antoine, Jamison was actually before him. If memory serves me correct, Mike Bibby came out of that draft Dirk Nowitzki actually came out of that draft Paul Pierce Bonzi. Wells remember him. There's been a lot of decent juror classes. You remember Felipe Lopez. He came out of that same draft to. Think I'll think from guy. No, the reason I look at I, look at the drive slightly different. because the physicality is always amazing right now and I spoke about it was. Speak about it. One of my favorite. Avatar when he came up with Blake Griffin. Try was his Dunkin on Africa's. Everything was as cool. That's cool. For the first couple Years Ping. But That fades away. Where fades away now? What? What do you have to offer when I look at guys who just have a genuine physical ability No matter where you get drafted. You're not GonNa last too long cry because once that fades. It's over for you. But there are guys who look like Blake as I. Don't know if I would say it started to fade, or if he just started to be more 'cause he's. He's still a younger guy. He still has some spring them correct. I've seen it, but. He just chooses wear. To use it, you see. He's gotten better with distributing the ball. His shot has gotten better ever since he's come into the league, there are guys like that and fans Carter has always been one of them. He's learned how to stay in the League. adoptive right? No and I can honestly say we've been. His game actually evolved over time because remember his style of play on. Is totally different from you know year twenty two for instance. Was Dunk on everything. In one through like year similar. Similar similar to his air is similar to. Basic like dunk on everything. jump on airplanes sight. Chard Louis came out of that same draft to write. Casino mobely as well. That was a good draft to ninety eight draft. It was definitely a good draft that was in. Vancouver actually now I'm thinking about it yeah Vancouver. That was a pretty good draft. I haven't idea talk to me now now later. Off The records later. I have not be I. Think this will be fun. Look at you. That's cool. That's cool, so we're continuing on with sore and. Speaking of the NBA. We're supposed to be back. Seven thirty, that is July thirtieth folk, twenty two teams eight seating games eight seating games, meaning that is going to be a short regular season. There's going to be a sixteen team playoff format. All this has like a real college field from the Espn Sports Complex in Florida. If they decide to you know. Go through with this I certainly. You know which two guys you know the best you know, hopefully you know. Remain healthy and corona virus. Doesn't you know become a real issue where they have to stop? Because? They're all player. Bobby out with her own everyday were six layers. I believe reported. From The Hague popped up with him yesterday. Correct so and speaking of popping up. In the same breadth, the state of Florida is seeing a huge spike of corona buyers, so we have to pay attention to that as well and these. Ncaa Oh my God Texas so bad. They Saif Thousand and one day. They said raises back down pro. Is, pretty insane. You GotTa do things methodically, but Next, mets, ownership is selling the team finally. Team is supposedly worth two billion. Dollars in this case, I don't know what the equivalent is in euros or Mexican pesos, but got a couple of wrecks. And Bank. That's what is worth I will get you that Shit. And you give me the mets. Exact conserved near me. I somebody get that to the mets ownership y'all got I got a couple thousand dollars. And I got two. Days in investor right now I want to hold team for that. Okay ain't. Nobody gets work more than that I want. And I want some Jay Jay's some brand new never wanna read eleven's. Joyce I got them shits and I got news purple, black and white shirts, two thousand dollars to go. And thousand cash take it. Leave it because that might be the best offer negatives going for the mets get pretty much. And and we don't even really concentrate on baseball like that on this podcast and we'd do a better job than those owners. In scouting talent and all that stuff. But Despite all that Jaylo a-rod Mike Rep Elite. He is actually the founder of body armor. Those are the people who are actually interested in buying it and also the personal sold off. Vitamin water as well so it seems like there's a team of people that are coming together to. Purchase the mets and a-rod. He's actually a longtime mets fan I believe as well so I think his input would be a Rod, the Fuck Outta Rod. You can't have everything, but he's a mets fan. Be I don't care. He Got Championship. Rings were a Yankee Do, gotten se lo you got, you can have everything. My Nigga you not even from US cities. Fuck Ave. He was actually born in Florida. You're right. The Fuck Outta here. Get Out of here A. Rod, go back on the six train with J. Lo to the Bronx will actually this. You're right but Someone needs to take away the ownership of the mets from the wilpon because we're talking about the embarrassing shit that happened with off scandal. We're talking about Bobby Baena Day and just dumb being of God awful team. Foden the day that whole. David Wright situation was trashed. come pro. They need to give it up, or they need to give the shit up. They still had a stupid as apt. What comes out that? When we hit a home? Run and stay stadium I'm sorry, City Field City Field Yeah. Yup. I've. Got Married on August thirty first. Tell them the year. But I got married. Okay now got married at this beautiful. Place there live took out. Okay. Beautiful Place. A beautiful wedding I saw the pictures beautiful was in president because I didn't know it was on the time. It was on the penthouse. There was on the top floor three sixty. Outdoor and indoor area of the city and the nightline under Scotland and Was Tavern. Tarasov Nazari Sarah's on a park. Right in Queens it is if you're looking at city, feel the huge beautiful buildings standing next to it. In Flushing Lavrov for above the world fear. And I love the dead because at some point. I Spit a little. Into City, feel. and that is awful. Interesting! This is coming from a Yankee. Fan Pa focused on a Yankee Fan as well. And I just feel bad for the mets like that's. That's the little brother that always got picked on. Should it on? Embarrassed! And like you'd like to see some type of change. Happen anytime soon. You know even though that's little brother. And Yeah, that's how I feel about the mets. At this point in Santa Fe I feel bad for the their fan base. I mean they've only seen what two championships in fifty years. I don't know something something crazy. Birth better than new. Will Eagles, he has one. So. Their whole history But Did you, did you? Know what? What did you see Riano break to? He Joe and I'm like. I duNno, she's getting thicker. Now. But this is like wow, like really like. A retiree Kinda guy like in the beginning. This present time, but who WANNA know how you know how much of a lame Nigga I am a snack. How much of a lame Nagai Hambro. How lame are you? Let's put this on way. This is the lamest should. I might have ever say. That you ever said the on ever. I sent it out loud. And in Texas. These pictures are gonNA came out. A screen shot them and sent them to the homeys right. Including the wife right was light, but where is the album? Right I mean she. Will Really I've I've been waiting? For the taking on album, she said easy. I had been waiting away too long for this album. And when these pictures came out the last thing I should have been thinking about was his album, and a Nigga inside of me. Feel like I'm in a relationship with her for so long. That was like these acute. Pitching record, music. Back, She's in a different level as a celebrity, so I can understand. Why she hasn't pulled out. Multiple albums and things like that and she's practically exactly she doesn't have to. Also status within the cultures. She's practically a pillar. Within the coldhearted self and a lot of people have a lot of respect for her. And, she by business so. Shots you reap but Yeah those latest pictures. Send my mind in a frenzy. But next. To Kasey. Six nine finally reaches this coveted number one spot on the billboard. Hot One hundred and while music is definitely in a weird space. During this pandemic, you know there's been five number. One debuts this year alone like that's something. That's really strange when we're talking musically, we're talking about a whole year and you know after his billboard, corruption claims you know and not much radio airplay. I think he managed to sell close to. One hundred, fifty units. You know which is like a milestone nowadays when it comes to music without any real promotion like he's, he's the only one that's really backing his music and he's able to go number one on billboard in a strange, you know musical time as I mentioned googlers platinum, so it seems like the rat king is actually winning at this point and Shot up to Nicki Menaj as well because it seems like she's been charting, although with other people and featuring. But she's reached number. One would say so with that other girl I'm not going to mention her and. She's reached number one now with Takashi six nine, so. She's actually kept her name much more relevant Din Cardi B. At this moment in time and just a shot out to her I. always like to see the Oh Jeez. Continue to win. You know when it comes to music when it comes to sports, and whatever else have you do? You have any comments no. Not Incur network level. The NFL cancels the hall of fame game and the induction ceremonies to the hall of fame as well. I think. More things are going to be cancelled to come. You know to what's going on in the world at this moment in time, we don't have to mention it. We already all know what it is. This is a vow to Huey actually, but we actually alluded to that a bit earlier about the him. Being killed the double shooting, he was thirty two years old. Yes I really wasn't. That's what I read that he was thirty two. You might have been thirty. Burn up Luther and the other person that was shot in the double shooting was a twenty year old was a twenty one year old person. Excuse me, folk, who is expected to actually survive and. That's always rough. You know when two people go through the same situation. One survives one doesn't. You know that's always pretty rough and I know the the Louis. Feeling it right now at this moment. And just shot out to everybody out there and. That's basically in in this case yesterday. This is the last thing that I have here for your source segments speaking out loud in random for those who don't know what that means. But yesterday was Ariana Grande as birthday and on behalf of the Jason Podcast. I just wanted to wish him anymore. That's basically it. That concludes. Your source segment. Yum I'M GONNA, go ahead and save. What I think is going to be a good conversation for next week. Okay on next week. We'll talk about if there is such thing as. Too Old. To have children. Correct too old to have children. There's. Such thing as too late to have children I guess is the. Technical term. because. I think that's going to be something. Coming from two gentlemen you an air and thirty, so don't have kids correct not the answer for me would be no. But is going to be a deeper dive than just a knows. Need explanations. And you know right. Yeah, so I wanNA I wanNA. 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Bonus:   Heidi Brown  The Power of Introversion  LIVE

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Bonus: Heidi Brown The Power of Introversion LIVE

"Support for Charlotte readers. PODCAST is provided by Park Road. Books the oldest and only independent Bookstore in Charlotte conveniently located in Park Road Shopping Center and by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library a connector of readers leaders and learners with twenty locations and a twenty four hour online presence. It's for more information about these book minded sponsors who help authors voice to their written words please visit them online at Park Road. Books Dot Com and see 'em library dot org or drop by the bookstore or any library branch welcome to Charlotte readers. PODCAST authors give voice to their written words this is the show where he meets Charlotte Area Authors and those like Hoti Brown here who visit the Queen City and we hear them read their work. I'm excited to be doing this. La Apocalypse who go with Heidi my lawyer Mecklenburg County Bar. How do you say hello to a bunch of lawyers? They're not here just to get secret. Thanks so much for coming so the book. This topic of the show today is called the introverted lawyer a seven step journey toward authentically empowered advocacy. And as you learn about in the show. Introversion can be a superpower. You'll find out that law your introversion out apologize for and lawyers who run law firm should pay more attention to this asset because running a law practice not all about the various rainmaker but a quick comment for our our listeners out there who are writers and readers of fiction and poetry and could care less about lawyers. The discussion is not just about lawyers about introverts meaning of came like to read and write and what they say easily translate to the introverted writer. Investor Pitch Their manuscript market book or the writer reader has to make a speech. Sure do any of the many things that introverts might like to avoid. So the event here nine is the brainchild of Kevin Pratt with co law. And as you just heard a lawyer co working law practice management business focused on better supporting independent lawyers and flexible space arrangements and more about the wonderful sponsors for this lab show at the mineral break. This episode was run as a bonus episode December after the completion of season for a fourteen episode season. It lost on September third with our fiftieth episode. In less than one year our guests will Scott Fowler local sports writer and author of many Sports Related Nonfiction Books and Young Adult Book and the host of the highly acclaimed Caruth podcast by the Carolina. Panthers hired a hit man to kill his pregnant girlfriend and as with all our seasons. We mixed the genres and season four to include a variety in this case poetry memoir memoir women's psychological fiction young adult short stories. True crime dramatic comedy historical fiction and legal political thrillers. We also do things like this Introverted lawyers so here's the way this will work. I'm going to introduce the book. And the first reading how he's going to read a short section from the beginning of the book I'm they offer short graph information about Heidi and we're GONNA spend the rest of the time just having a conversation sprinkled along with other readings from her book. We'll also we're gonNA have our riding life segment which I do every every show with the authors and we'll be calling this section the introverted writer our shows a member of the Queen City podcast network work a collection of locally produced and luckily manage. podcast that you can carry anywhere in here. What's going on in Charlotte and Michael's here tonight to my left? You're right with the Q you. CPN running the mixing board hailing audio requirements. Howdy read I am? Let's do this and I'm your host. Landis wait I'm recovering. Trial all your introverted author book and Dog Lover. Nagai saw an answer to this question. Did you hear the one about the lawyer walked into a podcast here. The episode we'd be Hoti Brown writes warn about lawyers and anyone interested in understanding tapping into the superpower inch bursts with her book. Metrodome lawyer a seven step journey toward authentically empowered advocacy her book champions valuable gifts that introverted shy socially action anxious individuals can contribute to the legal profession including active listening deep thinking apathy. Careful legal writing creative problem solving communication second half of the book attacks the fake it to you make it to just do it or get over it mentality instead head lawyer councils that we should do the opposite just be it. Let's be impactful sales and transform the legal profession advice from for both vice for riders to as well as anyone who flies they draw their energy and recharge best when they retreat to their quite places whether it be a library bookstore org quiet beach remote mountain trout stream. We start first with howdy reading a short section. It squeeze the differences between introverts vegetables. So what precisely is an introvert and who are the introverted law students and lawyers in everyday parlance ORLANDS. We stereotype extroverts. As gregarious and outgoing and introverts as reserved and possibly even socially detached these definitions are not accurate accurate or complete according to the Myers and Briggs Foundation. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Young originally used the words to describe the preferred focus of one's is energy on either the outer or the inner world extroverts Orient Their energy to the outer world while introverts Orient Their energy to the inner world extroverts ramp up and maintain energy by infiltrating and soaking up their surroundings intermingling with people engaging talking and interacting threw coffee dates parties group exercise classes teamwork facetime or skype telephone chats. An extrovert is more likely than an introvert to perk up at the idea of scheduling a first date attending a party where many guests are strangers chatting with a fellow passenger on an airplane cheering during a spinning class talking to newcomers at the dog park shaking hands with or hugging a neighbor at church during introductions working in pairs or on teams teams in an interactive classroom exercise or tossing around ideas in an office brainstorming session. introverts certainly are capable of exerting energy Dan Public and they can be quite adept in the art of social engagement when they want or need to be however eventually along span of human interface face saps and introverts energy like air escaping from a punctured inflatable raft introverts social engagements typically have a shorter shelf life life. They're extroverted counterparts. An expiration alarm eventually sounds in the introverts mind signaling time to retreat to a quiet haven for reenter because introverts energy drains more swiftly than extroverts at some point they slam into a wall of social exhaustion and must retreat or their temperaments can shift rapidly so FIA Dangling author on introversion sums it up perfectly. We're fine we're fine we're fine we're okay we're kind of okay. We're getting tired. We're getting really tired. Boom we're bitchy. The author Haughty graduate of the University of Virginia School of law the law professor Rep Law School in a former litigator in the construction industry along the way she struggled with extreme public speaking anxiety and a perceived pressure to force an extroverted persona throughout wall school in nearly two decades law practice she finally embraced her introversion and quiet nature as a powerful asset in teaching and practicing wall. Hoti is the author of UNTANGLING fear and lawyering four step journey toward powerful advocacy. Maybe a two thousand nineteen the introverted lawyer seven step journey toward authentically empowered advocacy NBA. Two thousand seventeen and a two volume legal riding book series entitled the Mindful Legal Writer. Howdy champions the importance of hopefully discussing stressors anxieties and fears lawyering helping quiet and action? Lawsuits lawyers profoundly affected advocates. Authentic voices howdy finally. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me so hard it seems a little bit. Surreal that were sitting here. You're an introvert professed introvert. I've got some tendencies to and we're sitting here in front of a live audience and what gifts this. This is a little bit crazy which you did to prepare for this. You still an introvert. I definitely am and but I'm telling myself right now. I'm in a really cool space. I see as some friendly faces. I'm talking about my favorite subject of all time but I have to admit my heart's beating really fast. I'm pretty nervous but I did my usual routine that I developed for myself to be able to sit up in front of all you people and talk about this live so all the lawyers sue being podcast host where you bring guests on his Kinda. I like the pairing somebody for a deposition. So how do you set down. We kind of went through things but you also do some other things physically before you get going right. Yes and later on. I know we're I'm GONNA talk about the seven step process but I'll just share tidbit of that now. If I can never win anything and my boss is used to be like. Oh you just go in there and wing it and I could never so. I'm very happy that you sort of gave me a a plan for this but even today coming over here. I have all these rituals that I have to to do like any performer. To get myself in the zone and one of them was walking around the space earlier before we were about to start and finding a secret place nice to do what professor. Amy cuddy calls power pose and cy was hiding over there. Doing my wonder woman power pose to get my my physical self ready so my mental self can actually perform okay. So let's talk about Heidi for a minute A little bit of conversation that your journey when you were coming along and you talk about listen it really chapters of the book. You're the daughter of an introverted Episcopal minister right yes. My father is definitely introverted. My mother is very extroverted. You tune in an all girls girl school and as you're growing up you had this desire to express yourself to be heard offer opinions but but something happened early on right yes so while I was doing doing the research and writing this book I had to do a lot of mental reflection to figure out. When did I start to distrust my voice? And where did that stem from. I'm and I remembered out of the blue. I remembered some experiences in an elementary school. I had a fifth grade science teacher. I was a very good student at school. I Love School. I still love school. Hence why Milan professor now. But I had this teacher and I never wanted to speak in class. I always did the homework I was as I mentioned a good student. One day we were doing a science experiment outside and we each had a magnifying glass and a piece of paper and the sunshine and I remember very uncharacteristically announcing housing out loud to my best friend. My Gosh if you catch the sunlight in the magnifying glass and directed towards the piece of paper it catches on fire and I remember that science teacher kind of swooping in and announcing to my whole class. You ruined the experiment for everyone and I have a very robust blushing response. So when I get nervous or anxious Che's or embarrassed or ashamed I turn beet red and I remember that feeling of my face being on fire and just being ashamed and I started to distrust my voiced that classroom and you also told the story early in the book about how you told Your Grandmother. You're gonNA vote for Jimmy Carter and She said do not disrespect your family. Yes so I loved my grandmother. We had a very close relationship and she's very opinionated and I wanted to be like her. It was this little explain how old I am but it was the the election between Reagan and Carter and I learned from my my car pool. That Reagan was gonNA start a nuclear war or apparently and so. I went home that night and I told my whole family and my grandparents. I think you should vote for Jimmy Carter. I think I was ten at the time and they were not very happy with me with saying that. Nothing's changed the world today so introverts versus extroverts. You hinted at this in your opening read. Why do introverts prefer are and how do they engage with the world that the sort of the topic of your opening so talk about up the life of an introvert? We're going to get to the lawyer part and just a second but just an introvert generally journal so in reflecting on those experiences from my past I never knew as a kid or even as a college student or a law student what introversion version meant or what introversion and extroversion meant so in researching the book I learned that introversion and extroversion are just two different ways that individuals process energy energy the way we process stimuli questions interaction with the world and also the way we rekindle energy so I learned that introverts and extroverts actually really used to different pathways in our brains for processing information introverts us a longer pathway so it can seem like it takes us longer to respond to a question were thinking about it internally but on the outside it can make it seem like we're a little slow or not as smart or not as competent or not as engaged but in reality introverts us this really long Sir circuit and our brains because we're vetting and testing ideas and theories and solutions to problems really really deeply and we WANNA test all that before we take it primetime we also need to rekindle energy in solitude so we can be really highly performing but then needs to go to a quiet space like where I was doing power pos and rekindle energy before weekend perform at a high level again so many of you out there who are trying to think about objected on and grounded relevance you know we're going to tell this together a little bit here we're just setting the foundation here and further to that foundation as it relates to lawyer introverts averts is there a danger for those in the legal profession. You don't understand the value of an introvert to try to convert an introvert into an extrovert. As someone who you spent about fifteen years of my litigation career trying to fake or force extroversion. I can say that it really does take toll to try to be authentic. It's an internal conflict. That quiet folks who really do have a lot to bring to the table of any profession. But in my opinion specially lawyering if you try to force or fake extroversion because that's the stereotype. We feel like we have to live up to our what our bosses or our clients think we should be like as lawyers. It causes it internal Oh conflict and I found once I finally let that go and learn how to yes. We all need to speak about the law with with fortitude but to to train myself to amplify uplift five my voice authentically instead of faking extroversion. It was like turning on a light switch for me for the first time in my life and you get very early in your book chapter after three. The heading is change agents for the profession. So you're not shying away from this idea. The introverts can make a difference in the league profession. You start out by saying this. introverts and otherwise quiet advocates are well poised to play an influential role in the legal profession through active listening analytical thanking empathy. Impact unpack the legal writing and creative problem solving now. You then talk about counselors at law and introverts introverts in that setting. So let's read that and then we'll talk some more lawyers perform multiple intellectual activities and serve very tactical cool and substantive roles issue identifier fact gatherer researcher analyst Writer Editor Advisor Strategist negotiator. Peter and advocate. We call ourselves counselors at law. Approach the bench counselor. Judges Direct to council means to provide wisdom and advice regarding the judgment judgment and conduct of another in the legal context to council is to apply intelligence experience and forth that to the clients legal challenges resulting in guidance opinion suggestion creativity ingenuity and assurance as the client decides how to manage these business matters depending on a lawyer subject matter area of practice she might council owners of a mom and pop grocery store resisting a forest property sale. A spouse seeking divorce from an abusive partner partner or a person accused of a crime subject to jail time all stressful scenarios that purely based on the human element might naturally invoke empathy and the lawyer uh or the attorney might represent a technology corporation on the verge of a lucrative merger a hospital purchasing land for an expansion project or like my law practice a construction contractor embroiled in conflict with a project owner over lack of payment circumstances which at first glance seem to focus solely on money rather than emotion however across the spectrum of corporate social justice public interest and individual representation All mindful lawyers listen to their clients to identify goals empathize with individuals to understand fears or concerns about adverse outcomes and go deeper than the obvious surface surface legal issues to unearth personality. Conflicts or emotional triggers posing removable barriers to a successful negotiation or conflict resolution. So how do you suggesting that introverts are better listeners than extroverts. Well I've been told as I talk about out these issues that I should not be creating a big divide between introverts and extroverts. We all need to work in teams and really there is an ambivert so so and introverts can be very highly functioning or they can be act like extroverts and certain scenarios but then be very introverted in the need to regain energy energy through solitude so how are introverted vert suited to these tasks that you just listed here so as I mentioned the fact that we really deeply ponder legal issues. We go really deeply in our minds to turn up vet and test our theories and ideas. We can be very creative problem solvers. We can also sit in a room with. It's a lot of competing voices and I don't know if any of you have ever been in a room where everybody's talking and a lot of times. It's the introvert. That's listening to what everybody is saying. Also reading body language and and kind of synthesizing a lot of different points that all the people talking are saying and then can come up with an idea at the end of that conversation that brings it all together or comes up with a solution that people who are just talking and talking and talking sometimes miss again. This is not to say that introverts are better than extroverts or superior to extroverts. But it's just that they bring assets to lawyering that are sometimes overlooked. And what I mean by. That is the active active listening. They can sit with the client and really read emotions and body language and get the client to talk about things that they might not otherwise be forthcoming about creative creative problem solving empathy really deep thoughtful writing can be assets that introverts bring to the lawyering table as well and another piece that we're talking about this before the podcast about how believe it or not in law schools today if you teach a legal writing. They don't put you on a tenure track. They don't see that as important as some of the subject matter courses now. That's probably because I've just done it that way for so many years. They can't get out of their way way. It's a lot of law. Schools are moving towards center track for League but the point is what's more important coming out of law school. The no one had a right. Well if you're GONNA ride a brief if you're gonNA write a letter I mean so you got a little section in here in your book about legal writing. I thought it'd be nice to talk about that because after all this is literally podcast guest lawyers right all the time. So the share that with the group if you were lawyers right every day whether through emails internal legal research and strategy memoranda communications with clients or opposing counsel Transactional Agreement Term Sheets proposed contract language Asia litigation oriented pleadings discovery requests or briefs Lawyers transformed every client matter through the written word for litigators and transactional transactional lawyers alike. Legal writing is a potent weapon in the advocacy arsenal and an essential lawyering competency perfectly suited to the introvert temperament. Susan Cain notes. That introverts often feel as if they express themselves better and writing than in conversation. Dr Arne Kozak agrees that many introverts favor writing over speaking Dr Jennifer Con wiler prophecies writing as a formidable tool for introverts because introverts tend to prefer writing talking they often tap into writing as powerful influencing strength authors anti-hitler Justin West and Bernard Cornwell reiterate that writing writing is a solitary occupation likewise author. John Green wants said writing is something you do alone. It's a profession for introverts who want to tell you a the story but don't want to make eye contact telling legal writing offers quiet law students and lawyers the perfect Melia to think. Analyze is edit rephrase test thoughts and be choosy with words. An introvert who loves the art and science of legal writing inescapably will play a pivotal role in every client representation. So howdy I know you know from your own experience. I think practicing law does require the ability to tell a that story. I mean whether you're talking to a jury or explaining to your client You know what their rights and obligations are being able to communicate effectively is important. I don't know maybe it's anecdotal but always thought that the rainmakers in the extroverts. They didn't have time spend sitting alone writing. I mean what's been in your experience as a legal writing professor. I will absolutely agree with you that that we need to be able to tell stories and what I teach my students is I go back to aristotle and the logos and pathos and ethos we have to be able to write about logic but also emotion and also use our credibility our integrity As as we deliver stories and I definitely worked with a lot of extroverts who were good writers but I found that for me I thrived as a legal writer and I. I wish I could go back and Redo those fifteen years of stressful depositions and courtroom. Parents is really allowing my writing to help me In the more performance oriented moment so now we know some of the tasks. introverts are well suited for active listening writing skills ability to process read body language. All great skills if you're going to be negotiating or even talking to a jury or structuring deal. What are some of the stresses news that are imposed on introverts and say law firm settings or in the law generally they make it difficult for introverted lawyers? Absolutely so that I'll mention some of the things that I struggled with that I didn't understand. Were a function of being an introvert. I actually thought I just I had had a weakness. I thought there was something wrong with me but now I realized that I just processed a lot of lawyering activities differently and some of those were sort of the pressure to have that quick response always be ready to argue and for introverts because we do take longer to process information because we are doing deeply we want to get it right. It can seem again like we're not ready to go in a debate starts in law school. I mean the socratic method in every law. School classroom is similar to the courtroom that the expectation is to be quick on our feet that can be challenging for us and it doesn't mean that we're not smart and we didn't prepare. I talked to law professors all the time who say oh you just got to make sure. The students are prepared pared. The only way to do that is to call on them and I say no I was prepared. I just needed more time. To process information so for lawyer introverted lawyers objecting the right time in the courtroom or in a deposition can be challenging for us so we have to notice that and not shy away from those activities but arm ourselves with tools to be able well to step into those moments and perform also interruptions so conference calls for me were very challenging. Especially when I had eight or nine lawyers the same conference call because introverts don't like to interrupt trying to be noticed on the call. Yes get your point across. Get your point across assert yourself but introverts because because we do t t kind of take awhile to get to where we where we want to assert ourselves other people can just keep talking and move onto many different topics until we're ready a to interject so we have to sort of ramp ourselves up to just get in there and interrupt. Interrupting and being interrupted is not something introverts love of the second. Half of the book. 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And how we're GONNA get into the second half now. which are the solutions to these problems? You present these issues. You presented right. Yes right. And so talk about the structure of the book. And then and the first part of the book we SORTA analyze introversion. We talk about the challenges the introverted lawyers face and then as you were going through this assuming your own journey you thanking. So how am I going to survive. What am I going to do? What's the answer? Yes so I like to use the word grappling with these issues. Because when I when I was writing thing about struggling with them that sounded too negative. So I feel like I grapple with them. The first part of the book as you describe differentiates introversion from extroversion but also distinguishes distinguishes between introversion shyness which are totally different. Also highlights the assets that quiet folks bring our profession but then as we just talked about identifies some things that we grapple with in terms of rapid fire socratic type dialogue. And that's an important point because introversion is not shows right just a way you go about living your life and doing what you do. Best right introversion as we talked by the way we process US energy and the way we process stimuli questions information out there in the world the way we rekindle energy but shyness is completely different and until I started started studying this I didn't realize that I also as a lawyer has a law student and a lawyer. Analog professor grappled with shyness social anxiety so it's an added layer on top of introversion. You can be very confident integration. Yes yes but it's important to distinguish them. Shyness can come from from fear of judgment and criticism and it can stem from childhood. Shame issues that we haven't really processed okay. Well let's get to the seven steps you you have on page fifty eight sort of summary and then you break it down in different chapters afterwards where you're going to read now the seven steps and we're gonNA talk about a couple of those as part this process. Great Seattle seven to help us amplify our voices authentically step one mental reflection begin listening carefully to and then transcribed transcribed verbatim the negative messages that automatically launched and replay in your head in anticipation of or during law related interpersonal interaction. Get the messages on paper. All of them word for word then try to identify their original sources start to realize and acknowledge that the sources and messages hostages are no longer relevant in the legal context today step to physical reflection. Start noticing each physical reaction triggered by the anticipation dissipation of or participation in an interactive law related event described physical manifestations as specifically as possible on paper blushing shing sweating shortness of breath trembling stomach ache migraine. How and when does each physical response begin crescendo and eventually subside note your default physical protective stance hunched shoulders crossed? Legs or arms averted gaze. Are you making yourself off. Small or closing inward trying to go unnoticed or unseen step. Three mental action began ejecting unhelpful messages. From the past asked and crafting useful tag lines and prompts for the future delete the old censorious messages and right motivating new ones step for physical action. Adopt new physical stances postures and movement techniques to better manage and channel excess energy ignited by a law related interpersonal exchange range an open well aligned physical comportment will help increase blood and oxygen flow enhanced. Thought clarity and power voice strength. Step Five Action Agenda Construct. A reasonable and practical exposure agenda brainstorming series of realistic law-based Interpersonal Interactions Actions and ranking them from stressful to most anxiety producing through this thoughtfully structured chronology and with careful planning and mindful intent. We uh-huh experiment with modified mental and physical approaches to each agenda event with the goal of capitalizing on quiet strength and amplifying authentic voices. Step six pregame in Game Day action develop personalized mental and physical pregame in Game Day routines for each law related exposure agenda item them then step into each exposure event consciously integrating the new mental messages and physical adjustments adopted an earlier steps. Step step seven post action reflection and paying it forward reflect on knowledge successes and challenges within each exposure event. Tweak the pre-game game and game day routines for each subsequent exposure agenda item continue visualizing your deal authentic lawyer Persona. What does that quiet lawyer? Look Mike how does he or she act speak. Think right analyze communicate participate. Help listen or create note not your impactful moments as a quiet yet magnanimous altruistic and empathetic advocate share your story and empower others by working this process perhaps even more than once inevitably you'll start to feel calmer throughout the ark of each interactive event. You will note the inevitable rise of mental and physical anxiety symptoms recognizing that initial reticence might always appear instinctively and they increasingly faster dissipation of those pesky stress feelings and biological dialogical reactions. As you grow into your authentic lawyer voice your impact in the law will solidify and strengthen together we will create a happier healthier profession profession. All right so the rest of the book you take these steps and the rest of the book cover and you break them down you flesh them out. We don't have time to do all that but I just want to take a couple that I found on interesting was the fiscal action. Section was step four. We got an a little bit this at the beginning. But you spend a whole chapter talking about physicality right it and use examples of atheletes talk about that a second. Yes because the mental steps can be a little heavy so the physical steps are too heavy for me. I went to the physicals easier so I shared with you my embarrassing fact that I blush all the time I realized in those depositions since I was taking as a construction litigator I constantly was wearing turtlenecks and scarves to try and hide the fact that I blushed and turn red. People would try to intimidate me and it would show all over my I face and I also realized that physically when I'm stressed or nervous or anxious I my body instinctively or automatically tries to get small hunch my shoulders as I cross my legs. I crossed my arms and until I started studying. This I didn't realize that. My Body and my brain's natural instinct to protect me from perceived threat was doing exactly the opposite of what I needed to be able to perform so in this kind of physical step the physical steps we reflect on what our bodies are doing. That isn't helpful. And then we changed that and I like to use the athlete model. I never considered myself an athlete in college or afterwards but now I really do. I like to expression scholar athlete. And if we treat ourselves like an athlete what are they do. They really think about how they're holding their bodies. And so I've I've have learned that if I'm nervous earlier. My heart was beating really fast and I had done my power pose outside but it was still happening right here so what I needed to do as on cross my legs through my shoulders back. I don't know if any of you noticed I was doing that but I have to do that. To get my my blood and energy and oxygen flow productively actively so my brain works but until I learned how to do this I was constantly trying to get small and sneak out the back door and this is really kind of good advice for introverts and extroverts. Verse 'cause Lawyers Sit at their desk and they forget what time it is and you're there two hours and suddenly realize you're sitting there for two hours and you're freezing up. You GotTa Get up and get your chair. Set your alarm or do something happen but what you're saying is we need to stretch before we go negotiate. We need to run a few laughs. Go to court and then that physically physically helps us relax a little bit right absolutely. I started taking boxing lessons to be honest with you. which was the most intimidating thing ever? But now I realize if I didn't down in a sixty minute boxing training session. There's no way I'm GONNA pass out in depositions given some of the depositions I've taken some I would like to know how to do kickboxing so another one. We'll talk real quick as part of fiscal actions breath. My my father used to always say we'll just you know if you're in front Ronda crowd. You're nervous just to take a couple of deep breaths that'll help you. That'll settle you and actually before I would go into a make an argument I would take a deep breath. Is that what you're talking about or something. Thanks so much less a pair the breathing with the mental side of it. 'cause Yoga before we're doing Yoga Yoga boxing boxing. So what about Bruce. How does that help? It definitely helps you. Just take a moment and obviously getting more oxygen to your brain is a good thing but for me. Also combines a reminder that if I take a deep breath I feel better in that moment but it reminds me throw your shoulders back sitting balanced athlete stance seated or standing. Put your feet on the ground announced the breath is actually a reminder for me to do a bunch of other things but the breathing helps immensely it slows my heart rate down as well know and one other one we're going to talk about is Step six which again I guess having played sports in College I'm kind of gravitating. These physical activities. It was pre game and Game Day action. Some thinking about what do you do pre game. What do you do game day? You're sort of advocating. I think a lot of lawyers do intuitively anyway who are good lawyers and that is prepare before you go into battle right and you're saying that that helps introverts somewhere. It does but everyone always. He's used to say just prepare. And you'll be fine and I was prepared so it wasn't just the substantive preparation I always had my outlines and deposition questions and all that I was I was good on the substantive preparation. What I'm talking about here though is having a pre game in Game Day mental preparation plan and physical plan? And that's what I had to do even incoming here today. I remind myself okay. Get your mental self in zone. Remind yourself you know what you're talking about. You've studied this. This is your favorite subject to talk about you kind of get yourself into a frame of mind that you can do this and kind of shelve the self-doubt from all those pass messages. I mentioned earlier and then physically. You can't just bare for me. I can't just barrel into an event like this and expect everything to be fine just because I prepared I have to be physically prepared. I have to. I know how to hold. Hold my body how to breathe how to do the power pose and so layering all that preparation substantive mental and physical and emotional to you. It really helps. It helps me as a lawyer and now as a law professor and being able to talk about my own books in a way that I never could have done even three years years ago honestly share an example of how we did this right so you want to go first well. I wish I had done this when I was back taking depositions but what what I would do now so I had many in. The construction. Legal Industry are depositions. Were very intense. And as I shared I used to get very rattled by opposing counsel awesome. And what I would do now. I wouldn't change my substantive preparation at all. I was prepared. Although on the objection side. I think I would have a list of my objections whereas before I thought I just had to come up with in the moment but now I would also have the mental plan remind myself I know what I'm doing. I'm the one that read every document in this case. I'm the one one that's GonNa right the briefs. I'm prepared and just sticking to my plan and not feeling like I have to mirror the behavior of a gregarious extrovert or someone. WHO's maybe not the most civil person in the world on the other side of the table and then the physical to I can't control the fact that I blush when I get nervous and before I I did try to control it and it just made it worse so now I realize I read this great book by this author named Erica Hilliard? And she talks. About how a blush is life coursing. Think through you so now I laugh. Oh yeah me I'm alive but it really helps me just brace it and realize hey. I can't stop. It's not that I can prevent this from happening. But now I just own it and move on and it's it goes away within three or four minutes whereas before and those depositions before my face would be on fire for seven hours it was terrible. I wish I'd known some of this as I was coming along as young lawyer because I always thought you had to be more extroverted or as more of a sign of weakness s you know and I think in myself become a rider to even though I've been trial lawyer. I have been somewhat introverted. I do a lot of writing thanking the example that I'll give. Is You know whenever you get a cord you prepare. You could try out loud and you get all your cases. You're ready to go there. Is that uncertainty when you walk in what. What kind of moods the judge today right? What are we going to be facing a question right before I can introduce myself and so I had this experience about fifteen years ago? I've been practicing. Well I guess you haven't brexit going into the last spring to argue we'd won in the Court of Appeals. We're going there prepared. I was really nervous. We were fully prepared. We'd won in the Court of Appeals had the briefs have the notebooks. I went and I had preparation right. We had practice practice arguments and everything and I get up there and I've been nervous about this kiss civic lessons. You know they were there watching and after we get through I said to him I said well. How did y'all like that? And he said well. So what are the judge the foreign sleep through your entire argument and as it turned out he did but he also voted my way which goes to show so he goes to show what it goes to show right so all right so let's talk about some other potential issues. One of which is unpredictability for an introvert. Is that the preparation piece. All the things you've been talking about you ground yourself and confidence you tell yourself that you are powerful. Yes and it's not just other. I'm not downplaying positive self talk. This is definitely positive. Self talk but it's it's grounded in reality and and what I had done before was doubt myself but now I honor the fact that I have done this substantive because you were the quad or one in the room you were doubting yourself. Yes yes and just speaking louder doesn't mean they're any better than you right right and I had to learn and what I try to tell other people as trust your process and you don't so you can be assertive without being loud and you can be assertive without talking. Non Stop in fact some of the most impactful lawyers. I've ever seen have been the ones that are quiet. Hi it and patiently wait for their moment. We got some mediators in the room. Today might be good things to talk about the next mediation session. All right law firm perceptions. I think this gets to the Hardawy was interested in bring a wall and talking about this and that is I think there's a perception out there among the managers law firms that the one that brings in the uh-huh the one that talks most won the glad has the most those are the most valuable assets in your law. Firm okay talk about that encouraged that I'm seeing a little bit of a change in mindset. I've I've noticed that some law firms are starting to change the way they interview. Because I think in the past we do have the stereotype that the more gregarious outgoing extroverted individuals. Going to bring in the clients. And be this show person in in court but I've been encouraging law firms and I've been happy to see this. That many are doing this to take note of quiet individuals coming into your office because they really do have a lot to offer. Some law. Firms are changing the way they interview and allowing the candidate to actually write something in in the office when when they come in for the interview do a writing exercise because then they can sit and ponder and think about the legal analysis and really show showcase their talents through writing. Instead of just talking about as you think law firm like a car and you get to extroverts on the front to tires and get none in the back cars not GonNa go there for right right right right so you gotTa have somebody. That's doing the writing legal analysis and somebody else's and so what you're saying. Is that these introverts. But then we got business development development right and so is it a stereotype or is it true or not that introverts or or less likely to generate business extroverts. That's that's in my opinion. That's definitely not true. And and the worst advice I ever got coming up through the ranks was oh you you why did you go into litigating. You should have gone into a quieter practice of law but reality. You always have to be able to speak about the loss to me. We shouldn't and be telling introverts. Oh you should choose a different area of practice or you should get out of the practice altogether instead we should be realizing tremendous assets. They bring to the table and one of them actually sleep is networking and you wrote an article linked to the show notes called navigating Introvert Hill. Yes and that's about marketing. Can you speak to. That is so I I worked for three different law. Firms and rainmaking bringing in business was a huge part of of development. As attorney as it is for many lawyers and I wanted to do that I wanted to be successful but again I always thought I had to act differently than who I am. So what I've learned now is the introverts can be powerful networks so I wrote a short article for the Aba Journal called navigating introvert. Hell that explains how introverts can be powerful. Powerful networker is by by doing their way. And so I have four or five. Different Tips in that article about strategizing about an networking situation chelation and during research in advance. Maybe signing up for a role in that in that event like giving out name tags or handing out handouts so you're making connections without having to infiltrate small group of people and just go up and shake someone's hand that that is terrifying for me. I will never do that but if I have a role. It gives me an excuse to go talk to people. introverts are good writers so following up later so the article kind of shares. Those tips are good to know. So before we get into the writing life segment which will do in just a second here There isn't appendix in the back of the book and they'll be information in a lake st in the show notes about where you can find the book and these articles but you haven't appendix antics here and it deals with this idea of law. Offices Bar Association supervising attorneys and mentors Really sort of fostering environment where these introverts like us can succeed right absolutely not just assigning them the quiet task task but but I really realizing the assets that they bring on all facets of lawyering but then for the more challenging circumstances that we've talked about earlier are providing tools and resources to help introverts amplify their voices authentically and just instead of just the advice. I always got which is fake it till you make. I tried faking. It does not work so instead really providing the right resources and then as I also mentioned really kind of approaching recruiting and retention of lawyers differently and and really focusing on how can we help the quieter. Folks in our professions thrive instead of just telling them be loud or so. This is after all literally podcast gassed. You actually did write more than one book so you are an author too. So we're GonNa talk about that just second. And there's a little section in the in this next book that you've written it's called untangling fear and lawyering. The SORTA gets to this idea of writing. I've got some more questions to but before we do that. Tell us what untangling fear and lawyering a forced it did you run out of stuff nicer streamlined. It's longer book. Okay so tell us what this is about so I was going around talking about introversion book and I kept having people come up to me and say look. I'm not an introvert run. Scared scared to talk to the senior partner. I'm scared to network network. I'm scared to go to court so I decided to investigate that and research it because as I've shared with you I was terrified. Really for fifteen years of my lawyering career and frankly stepping into the classroom as a professor so I studied really the science of fear to understand as we've talked about what happens to our brains and our bodies when we encounter that fight flight or freeze mode which happens to a lot of us in in lawyering so the book talks about. You've really the reality of fears that law students lawyers and clients face and then the science of it what what physically happens as I mentioned our brains and bodies then. I took a look at what other professions are doing. So what what are doctors. Med students doing about fear. Because there's a lot of fear in medicine journalism Engineering people are afraid to make mistakes entrepreneurship so I studied just very on surface. What all other professions are doing? And then I looked tenses sports psychology because athletes. Obviously if they make mistakes or get hurt they experience a lot of fear. So how do they get back up there. And then the rest of the book like like the introversion book gives practical tips for how we can untangle fear I like the word untangle instead of face your fears. We always hear these messages. Just just do it just face face your fears like that's so easy or just do something every day that scares you like we have to get up every day and be terrified so I decided I'm rejecting all those cliche messages and instead we're going to sit an untangle fear and understand it and get to know it. And then I took the several other steps from the introversion book but but really focused in on the fear aspect of it and then came up with some techniques that really help us process fear. Fear fear is a good thing for any professional right. It is but even that message message. I heard that one a lot here so fears for you. It's great so I thought there was something wrong with me. Why am I not being able to function but to your point is is untangling? We extract the a good aspects of motivation from the destructive aspects of of detrimental fear. There is the Adrenalin. Kit can be good but not if you don't know how to process or quick about writing life the first paragraph from the book and then we'll talk about writing for second today. I sit down to start writing this book. Doc Day one page one. It's my sixth book by society standards. I'm officially a writer and author. All the stars are aligned. I have a book contract tracked. I mapped out a writing schedule. Two hours every morning for the next sixty days to complete the manuscripts first draft I have a chapter by chapter outline and one hundred Ardi typed up pages of research material. I slept pretty decently for a change. My usual three. Am Insomnia granted me a night off. This morning I awoke woke retrieved my iphone from the living room slid back under my weighty anthropology blanket tapped open my insight timer. Meditation APP slipped my headphones into into my ears closed. My eyes and listened as a female voice greeted me with a chirpy high beauty before she guided a twelve minute. Meditation on clarity motivation and confidence afterward while a pot of trader. Joe's coffee percolated in the kitchen. I wrote three longhand stream of consciousness pages. Creativity ritual inspired by Julia. Lia Cameron's Ebook the artist's way in my journal a new one. I bought a few months ago at a museum next to the Duomo Milan. It has a brown cover with the Italian word. Marone I wanNA stamped and lime green ink brown like my last name. My apartment is quiet except for the occasional Brooklyn Honking Horn. I've allocated the next two hours I to begin to write this book that I've been thinking about for a year and living for approximately twenty seven years since the day. I stepped onto the grounds of the University of Virginia School of law. Aw as a one L. Law student. So how do you have found that. Listeners are interested in the routines of writers. You know everybody has a different routine different way to go about it. What you read red gives a little bit of insight into what you did? Has Your routine changed over time. what is your routine. Can you just give us a brief insight to that. I love the routine being a writer and I I like structure and I used to think real writers wrote all day long but what I realize is. I can't write for more than two hours at a time. That's how I was when I was writing briefs and now when I'm writing really deeply personal stuff that takes a lot out of me physically and emotionally two hours so I like structure dot com or daytime. First thing tomorrow you do anything before I do I will I make coffee for a routine is important to you to follow the routine. How many drafts of these books before they became a book? Howley tenfold Foale drafts? Did you enjoy editing process. More or the first draft process the first draft process. People telling you needed to fix it. I don't mind them anti me. I need to fix it. I just get very stressed when there's a lot of typos and stuffy next round. Just talk about the introverted writer. For a second because writing his becoming a business requires riders to Find Agents to submit manuscript rejections to talk publicly to get all social official media of all things. How do your tips help an introverted writer? I think being a writer is a wonderful fall experience for an introvert and because we do as quote I read earlier. It is a very. It's a thing that we do in solitude but what's really helped me be able to get up here and talk to people about. This is being excited about my books and I was never a social media person really before my introversion book came out but I got on instagram and I got on linked and even as a lawyer. I never used Lincoln but when my book came out I started had just being on the social media platforms and especially on instagram. I just started taking my book with me everywhere and taking pictures of it and random places and just posting that and I got so many people reaching out to me in fact. I think that's how you and I met so it's amazing followers on instagram. Yeah it's a great way for quiet. Introverted writers to connect with each other and help support each other's community and in the community ready to promote each other's work. I've just found I've made so many friends and contacts and colleagues over reaching out through social media and also also writing shorter articles that that feed from the books is another way to really get your word out there in smaller sound vice. Good advice for riders fighters Think because if you cannot be obsessed with something you shouldn't write about it to begin with breath and if you spend all that time going through ten drafts you should be obsessed about getting out there and talking about it right yes. I absolutely think we shouldn't right with someone else thinks we should right. We have to write what we're excited about. And you know what would you say to lawyers. there's probably some lawyers in this room today have got an idea for a book Thinking about writing that I also thinking about all the other things they gotta do right. What's your advice to these lawyers? Who Want to get something on the page but looking at daunting challenge? Break it down in a pieces and the first thing I would recommend is go to staples and by these giant post. Its and find a spot spot in your house or your apartment condo wherever you live and just jot down ideas one at a time on these posters. I do this on my wall of Windows. I was in my apartment in Brooklyn and once I had twelve ideas all related to the same concept. I knew I had twelve chapters of a book and then I would just add little post sits underneath those and I would sit there and this is before I started writing anything. I'd sit there sipping my coffee in the morning to stare at at my post. It's but I knew there was something there. And then after it started developing again structure. You don't have to write all day every day. Give yourself a little time slots for me. Two hours is perfect. I know if I write a page or write ten pages. I've done my two hours and eventually the pages pile up so in other words. Look for any of you out there. They're thinking about writing this book. Martin Clark Arkansas. On the podcast and season four Written these legal thrillers. He was adjudged all the time he was writing. And he says you know if you write one page a day the end of the year you got enough pages for enough okay. So that's all it takes one page cover one last question before parting parting thoughts. How has writing these books changed your life? It's changed my life entirely. I perceive all those things I talked about as weaknesses. I also have had a lot of life experiences. I've changed jobs a lot of disappointments and and and have a lot of unresolved shame guilt and writing about all this. Even though I'm very exposed in my books it's really changed. I the way I look at myself and the way. I'm able to help my students now who come to me and confide that they're worried about whether they're cut out for our profession but now how writing about it has really helped me realize now I was cut out to be a lawyer. I just didn't know what assets I brought to the equation at the time so writing about it has has brought that to the surface enabled me to help other junior lawyers. Who really want to do this and contribute? But just don't know how so this is part memoir part how to book right absolutely. There's a Lotta memoir in there right so parting thoughts as to how introverts can reinvent and cultivate their authentic nick lawyer persona with this last. Read that you've got there'll be many people in the legal profession will not understand our quietude and who will think doc based on stereotypes that there is no role for people like us in the law. Let's proven wrong. Work your exposure agenda then work another one make nips Tux and adjustments in your plan. User quiet lawyering skills at every opportunity. Continue to envision yourself as an effective advocate because of your quietude sued because of your ability to listen think problem solve and test the strengths and weaknesses of ideas before sharing your thoughts through the power of legal writing eating or your mindful spoken voice be Authentic and law school in lecture classes. Small Seminar Courses Group Work Study sessions and oral arguments. Let's be yourself in law offices interacting with senior and junior attorneys with tough and gentle clients with difficult and cooperative opposing counsel will with challenging and even keeled judges and before juries as you imagine your life and career as a quiet author remember author. Tanner's I advice to learn to speak does not necessitate learning to be talkative. Be Quiet when you want or need to be closure office door to work and then open ed again. When you're ready to share be a thinker be a writer? When you're over stimulated and crave downtime replenish your hard work and integrity will shine bright right? Most importantly your legal career will be more personally enjoyable in the long run. The greater number of quiet lawyers whom we encouraged to set an example of living authentic took lives the healthier our legal profession will become. Bu Change the profession impact our legal system nation and the world. So how great advice. I don't think you blush today so we accomplish that and I appreciate you coming on the show and sharing this message with us Audience the the links to hotties book are going to be in the show notes a Charlotte Russe podcast dot com. You can find out more about her. There also information about Turk twitter account and her instagram account. If you do this kind of thing so let's give how hand if you would please. Let's just say another fun. Author giving voice to their written words you can find out more about SCHRAFFT's the podcast dot com and you can listen for free on apple podcast wherever you get your park. Yes until next week on land this way for Charlotte readers August stressful. Christmas is coming and host land. Dissuade has a trilogy of books to get you in the Christmas spirit. He wrote the first in the series the Christmas heist as a Christmas gift for his family. which the former dean of wake forest law school called across between my cousin Vinny and miracle on on thirty Fourth Street in a second book the legally binding Christmas? The characters returned to save Christmas once again. The final book in the trilogy. The Christmas redemption when the twenty eighteen holiday category of the Twelfth Annual National Indie Excellence Awards and was the twenty eighteen holiday category honorable honorable mention in the tenth annual. Reader's favourite awards one reviewer said believing without seeing a powerful idea and it's at the heart of the a Christmas redemption. These books are available at Park. Road books mainstream books foggy pine books and online. And when you sign up for the email list at Charlotte readers podcast DOT com. You'll receive for free. The first book in the series as an e book complete with illustrations. 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ASWANG ATTACK, SENYALES NG KAMATAYAN AT IBA PANG MISTERYONG KARANASAN COMPILATION PART 2 II TAGALOG HORROR STORY

Stories Philippines Podcast

19:34 min | 2 months ago

ASWANG ATTACK, SENYALES NG KAMATAYAN AT IBA PANG MISTERYONG KARANASAN COMPILATION PART 2 II TAGALOG HORROR STORY

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The Day It Was in the Book

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

2:07:16 hr | 1 year ago

The Day It Was in the Book

"Hey, everyone. I'm Dr ause. I love getting the talk with you on my show every single day when the cameras stopped rolling the conversation isn't over where decided to start a podcast in order to dive deeper into the issues, and ideas that I love sharing with you. It's health, unfiltered, my wife, Lisa will be joining me together. We're taking wellness to the next level and having a little fun along the way. Listen subscribe at apple podcasts are on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Oh my God. Holy crap high high. I can't believe I'm talking to listen to you every morning. I think you are great. I love you. I love you. Have a great day. So you still to Chipper? I'm the perfect person is Muslim and burning. So I just thought the door and went to bed dinner who somehow his finger ended up in my mouth. What the hell do I need to should for sometimes like own just trying to do some dirt? And you leave me alone. Defying touch you? Strand in the morning show. We survived till Thursday. Make it to Friday helps out bead fun wonderful festival is on the way to Saint Louis, Missouri. It's called love loud fest, Salt Lake City. No assault win. And I say St Louis, Missouri. Okay. From St Louis to Salt Lake City. It's a huge huge huge concert supporting LGBTQ and all those who love us Martin Garrick is going to be there. T get and Sarah. The catch is going to be there. Did you say cachet guess let me give you a little cash. Shallow. We've got locks to do. Good morning Wayne over there. Well, so we love you catch your on the cash accrues that long ago, right? I still have my lungs. It was great. You want in your lungs glitter glitter glitter, long as everywhere, I'm not kidding you. I was in the elevator. And some guy looks at me and said Hello and blue glitter in my face. As Paul it just happened. Anyway, welcome to the day. Let's go directly to our. After first caller of the day. All right. We have a first call of the day. We have we have this phone system. If you just put your finger near the wrong button, the whole thing just explode, right? It's fabulous technology Syrian forgiving. It is around the room. Daniel what's on your mind today, some packing to go on a trip? And I realized that there are so many nooks and crannies in your suitcase that you can shove things to pack. If you roll everything should have been shoe of. That's so much more room in the case for extra. Stop people. Forget your shoes are cavities. Can you can just show stuff in there? Seven things in poverty is all the time. Daniels the cavities differ telling you, there are ways to pack less or at least make it seem like your backer coal. It's called rolling and stuffing. Yes, rolling stuffing. That's what I'm going master. I've have still when you get there. You're going to have way too much stuff. You're right. I will Gandhi what's up with you today. So I'm getting ready to travel as well scary and myself are headed off to Singapore. And a lot of people that we're going with are freaking out about the flight there. It's the longest flight in the world, so laughing you should freak out so excited about the flight. I said it's going to be one of my favorite parts, especially if you're like Trump, they're very they're being very nice and we're travelling in business class, and it's an experience in itself being airlines. You're not gonna want to get you're not gonna wanna get off. No, I and I was like, oh, I'm going to be in the confined space sister. Great nothing to out. You're gonna love it can be very relaxed scary. What's up with you today about parents? Why does my mom do this? Hey, Anthony can't talk right now. I have to watch my movie, I gotta take my shower. Can I call they take possession, and they give possession to objects and things that don't meet it. What I take a shower. I got to watch movies. There's a parental thing. I know mom and dad, they're very parental night. My mom lost her glasses. They were on her face. To mommy. Daddy. They're out of their minds. You'll be there one day. Alison, I'm sorry. Hung up on you, you still there. What makes it even? Hello lady. What makes it even worse than I hung up on Allison she's running late for work already. Because she wants to hear the horoscopes, and I'm just kidding. Oh, I'm keeping her here. So apologies. Alison, you want to get right into them because you need to get going. Tell you what what is your sign. We'll just get yours done. I I'm a torrent is okay. We'll look your big big bowl. You are. I call of the day. We're gonna send you an Elvis Duran morning show share it. Okay. I got really. Let's start with Taurus. Here we go. All right. Yes. That would be you. Yeah. I'm going to do it. Soroush things are starting to look up especially in the love department. Try not to over think. Anything you deserve the happiness coming your way, your date is at ten a true for you. Because I was in a car accident Friday, and I'm just eating all the positivity. I'm glad you're okay. You're okay. Right. Yes. I am. Okay. Listen, we're let you go. So you get to work. Thanks for listening to us. Thank you alone. Second. Okay. All right. It's up to you producer Sam. What else? All right. I'm going down to Gemini the universe keeps testing your pace in patients with challenges, but don't get discouraged tap into your inner strength, and you'll get through it your days in eighth cancer while it can be intimidating don't be afraid to tell people your true emotions being open, and honest will always be rewarding your day is a seven Leo your perspectives change as you grow up. It might be time to change. Your course of action in certain situations. You're do the seven Virgo you will soon. Discover that you have a new talent take time to embrace an strengthen it your days in eight libra some challenges or coming on the horizon, these obstacles will energize your fighting spirit, and you will overcome them with ease your days seven Scorpio, you will soon run into people who have helped you grow in the past whether it's an older friend or a former teacher enjoy these. Things and reflect on how much you've grown your day is a nine. Darius poor communication can become an issue in any relationship. Make sure to stay open and speak your mind. Your days in eight Capra corn talk about your problems to somebody else. They added the added advice will make it easier for you to work through them. Your day is a seven Aquarius your future is up in the air right now. But don't panic if something doesn't go the way you wanted. It just means better things are ahead. Your days. Eight Pisces a social event could change your life. So get out and mingle someone you may may bring you clear clarity, your days nine and areas. What goes around comes around take some time to thank your loved ones. And you're kind and you loved ones home, we'll go on notice your days in eight that was super backwards and those are your Thursday morning. All right. Sorry about that. Sometimes it's good to do things in a different way. Mix it up froggy. How are you feeling today? I'm doing all goody. Yep. Anyone in a bad mood. I need a massage. Anyone? Masala? Yahoo. News on national. Today is national pet day. I know it's national cheese. Fondue day is submarine day. I don't know if that's his in San witch or underwater vehicle. It's national barbershop quartet day. I cannot stand. Barbershop quartet intense insane funny and also it's world Parkinson's day. So if someone in your life is affected by Parkinson's. A my father was we're thinking about you today. All right. Let's get into it with Gandhi, the three things we need to know. By the way, I won't let you know something that's going on behind the scenes at our show right now. You know when there's a hurricane predicted. You know, it's going to hit your shores. But it's not going to be till tomorrow. That's what we're going through. Right. Be t s will be here. Tomorrow morning. And they're already getting ready with the police department is downstairs putting up like, Eric. Barricades barricades. And like a big office told us to like bring our ideas and make sure we like, you know, people know that we work here. Like, okay, it's insane. The whole world is in to BT s and we'll be here tomorrow there for the whole world will be watching. We're gonna let's like the city is descending. Exactly. But today, I'm just wearing sweats. Yeah. Me too. Let's get into the three things Gandhi. What's going on? All right. So today is the day this bomb cyclone could hit a ton of people across the country. They're saying two hundred million Americans could be affected by it. And yeah, it's bringing snow drenching rain and snow after that. Yeah. Lot of strong winds. So there are different risks different environmental factors happening all over the place. And this is the second bomb cyclone to hit in less than a month. So the midwest was already pretty devastated by that first one and they're they're expecting to be hit again yesterday. A report came out saying that HBO was removing never leaving Neverland from their programming lineup. A lot of people started to speculate saying, oh, it's because the allegations are. True. There's something afoot while it's b o came out and said, I have no idea where that rumor was started. We are not pulling it it's still in all of our platforms, and we stand behind this documentary and finally festival season is upon us. All the music festivals are about to happen and new fashion trend that is making me so uncomfortable. Have you seen the jan-kees? What's what are you there, basically denim thongs? That's apparently what everyone's supposed to be rocking this festival season. And there is nothing. I want less to be thong than denim. They long comfortable, but they're selling out everywhere. Do you wear them on without pants? Pants let let me just tell you Denham up your, but is not. Denim thongs. Yes, or no, no. All right. Thank you Gandhi. By the way, you know, how much we love teachers if you are or you know, a teacher or anyone who works as an educator or in the education field. We want to salute you with a free cruise on our region cruise line. The only do we want to do that. But if you get the most votes, you can win twenty five thousand dollars cash for your school or fifteen thousand or ten thousand we want to have a big gala for you national. I mean on on Norwegian cruise line, and we want to give thirty teachers trips. We're gonna talk to the main guru the head guy in charge of Norwegian Andy with a special field goods next. It's all about teachers. Thank you very much. What's this is a great idea producer saying, I got you Bobo. All right. Thank you. Are you guys ready for your Thursday? Thank you. Follow Elvis on Twitter. Elvis duran. This LB Stu rain in the morning show ever lay in bed exhausted after a busy day, but you can't fall asleep. Well that recently happened to me. So I tried new drug free Z qual pure Z's melatonin Gumy's to help me fall asleep naturally. And let me tell you. I woke up totally refreshed and ready for the show. You gotta try them. This is Elvis Duran. And the morning show. You know, what there's not enough we can do for teachers. We cannot do enough teachers in all educators. Even if you work in the cafeteria, you're driving the bus. You're the principal. You're the janitor who has to. Spread the the the flakes on the floor. When a kid vomit the sawdust. I mean, everyone has their part. So the least we can do is go onto donors choose dot org and support teachers projects or send teachers on cruises. It's our special field goods today. Take it away. Samantha. Yes. So feel goods is not just about sharing stories of other people doing good. We thought we could get in on this too. As did our friends from Norwegian cruise lines. So we have Andy who wants to help deliver some really awesome news to some teachers because they deserve it. Like, you said Elvis just as much as anyone else is going to take a little work. Good morning C E O of Norwegian cruise line. Andy Stewart guys doing everyone. Well, hey, I know we have today and tomorrow the last two days for people to vote for their favorite teacher in the Norwegian cruise line giving joy campaign. It's so important. We recognize these fantastic teachers because we love our teachers how come we're doing this with Norwegian Norwegian even carrying about teachers, Andy. By saying, thank you. You'll you telling the story of this campaign has has made it bigger than we could have have imagined. So I I stopped by saying a huge, thank you. But they still start it because on new shit. Norwegian joy is taking her first cruise join teacher appreciation week, and we really felt we had to do something. To celebrate. The the people who make such a difference in the lives of children. So we decided to launch a campaign to ask folks to nominate teaches who'd made a huge difference in Vail lives. The lives of children who'd inspite that children and tell us the store is an all my goodness. The stories we have been so inspiring. I know, and honestly, I I knew we'd have a lot of teachers nominated, but we've had almost fifty thousand teachers nominated we've had nearly a million and a half votes. It's it's it's way beyond anything we imagined. And I I really it says two things one it says that people that predate teaches and this was an opportunity to do that for for folks who owns a. It enough. And Secondly, it just shows what an incredible job you guys do and how many people you reach. It's fantastic. We are the teachers show. With a million and a half votes already for teachers to win. Let's double it by tomorrow. We have today tomorrow for your favorite teacher. And here's what they win. There is a payoff thirty teachers we'll be chosen to go on cruises on Norwegian. Cruise line. Also three teachers will receive first second and third place cash awards for their schools twenty five thousand dollars fifteen thousand and ten thousand for their schools. This is an amazing thing you guys are doing. And also we're going to be meeting on a lot of these teachers in Seattle at a big party coming up on may third. Is that right? Yeah. That it's going to be a wonderful with flying the teaches up to Seattle for beautiful event where we're going to celebrate the the study teachers who have been nominated and received the most votes, and they we will also figure out who's first second and third and receives the the prize money that a school the second on wait for that event is going to be a wonderful evening to to celebrate some really special people, and I'm going to tell you Norwegian cruise lines. They don't just throw a. In the water and say here buy rooms, they're launching Norwegian. Cruise lines joy by doing this NCO giving joy contest. I think it's think it's amazing. You're making this ship. So important, it's not even launched. What here's that you vote for your favorite teacher, by the way. I'll be in Seattle with you. So save me a seat. Fantastic. I'm really glad you didn't come at vote for your favorite teacher today. Tomorrow. Get everyone, you know to vote because they could win a cruise on Norwegian cruise line or these cash prizes with the cash coast to the teachers school, go to NC L giving joy dot com and vote for your most inspiring teacher right now, we have a couple of them that stand out a -mongst nominees. So far a public school teacher who inspires her students being positive as she's fighting breast cancer. Does he was diagnosed while she was twenty eight weeks pregnant, she still making teaching her number one priority. Another seventh grade teacher who actually took bullets as he tackled a student to the ground in his classroom. A teacher that saves lives and inspires lives. Another teacher that was nominated already a history teacher who simple mission statement, all the kids is you matter be the best you you can be. So it doesn't matter. What these teachers have done? You know, what teacher needs to be voted for now? Go to NC L giving joy dot com. You've got today and tomorrow to vote right now, Andy we love you. Thanks for everything. You did. By the way, we're on NC L as we speak Gandhi entre parents on a cruise right now on the cruise to Cuba right now on the Cuba crawl fantastic. Danielle you're about to go help on a cruise going on the getaway next week. I cannot wait. And then Brody is on Norwegian J tomorrow with Jon Bon Jovi, we love it. We love having family across the fleet. So with real to NC L dot com for all the info wanting to vote for your favorite teacher NC L giving joy dot com. Morning. Ran in the morning show. So BTS tomorrow, the world will be listening in as I know I'm so excited to meet them. And you know, here's one of the things I love about one of the many things I love about BTS is how internationally bonding they are people love BTS. They have fans all around the world. The army is the without question. The most powerful fan army for any any artist in the world. They have a lot of requests yet. What what some of the requests from the fan arm. I have gotten requests from people in the army and different countries asking if we could please help them to contact the heads of their nations so that they could bring to their country you they want him there. I was like I appreciate how much power you think? I have. I can't help you go. Gandhi, Royal you could pull that off wield that power for BTS. It's true. Yes. In Guatemala, and a lot of the tweets I saw coming over from there fan army members. Like, congratulations Elvis when having BT us on your show tomorrow, don't embarrass us. Don't ask stupid questions. Sure. You're nice to the boys. We're always this show. That's nice. They know that we are when we're not nice to each other. Right. But two guests were nice like what we're going to do to barris them around naked. We're honored to have BT as here tomorrow at no, let's not do. The naked thing. Great to your in charge of security tomorrow. I I'm really excited, but I'm nervous nerves. I'll tell you. Why job the first precinct New York? The New York police department's first precinct. I mean, they're bringing extra people at just fortify our building well night. Listen, I have a jacket and said security on it. So I mean, you can't miss me. So unprofessional. First person to be taken away from the scene. Great cheese. Taste. It's a big deal. And we're taking security very seriously tomorrow. My suggestion is if someone you know, or if you are a huge fan, I would not come to our building tomorrow. No, I wouldn't do that. You know, I wouldn't do. Now. What straight Nate they already have a mobile command center inside the same when they have at the parking lot at six flags this when that one of the went out in the million, our, yeah, I said to you earlier Elvis like I can't can't remember a time where we've had this much security and this much hype around a guest like it's what's happened rightfully so it's because of BT SS fan army. They are so popular they do have the best fan. I wish we had fan. Army like that. What was the name of the the Elvis Duran morning show fan? Army animals animals, right? Oh, I just kinda pales in comparison. I mean, if it was a baseball game with the BTS fan army versus the Elvis, Duran morning show Durant Amal's. I mean who's going to win that? Yeah. The one that army and once a hybrid word. A cookie you eat out of a box. We'll say the the BT has Halsey song. I'm loving. It's such a great song. And they have such great music. They call Halsey of Holly, call them. I who knows can ask tomorrow. The caught embarrassing. That's that's not an embarrassing question. No, no, no. I got all sorts of threats yesterday. You better. Nice embarrassed is here are I am Bassedas. From a MAC BTF is our guest. I I know that we're always nice to our guests people. But one girl got really crazy with me. And I tweeted about hey, don't get sassy with me. Look, I know that you'll be t as we do to be cool. You gotta trust us. But don't be sassy with uncle Elvis. You're banned. Yeah. All right. Well that said BTS here tomorrow and whether instructions please do not come to the building. All right, Dan. Yeah. Your I report of the day. What do you have going girl comedic avail? She's on fire. Get ready for the new Cinderella. She will be playing Cinderella for Sony Pictures. This actually is an idea that grew from James corden, this is an original idea from him. It'll be produced by him and also Leo Perlman, and it's music oriented and Camillo will be doing the music for the movie as well. This is a priority pretty cold and graduations Camilo. I am so excited. Did you see it? I just tweeted it out American horror story nineteen Eighty-four. And if you watch the little trailer, it looks like it is all about movies from back in the day like Halloween, and Freddie, Krueger and stuff like that. It looks like it's going to be good. So they haven't confirmed it's about slash movies. But if you look at like a little trailer. That's what horror story slasher movie hat. Well, it's called nineteen Eighty-four. It's a slasher move. It looks. Good for you. I'm so happy for you. Delicate little. Slasher movie lizotte did a little Arianna Guerande seven rings cover yesterday. And after seeing the cover for herself oriented Guerande shit. She approves she wrote on her Instagram story this made my whole day. She tweeted and she Instagram at Liz. Oh, I love you so much. Both of them will be performing at Coachella this weekend talking about Lucifer socket. Yeah. We had lives alone yesterday, which I have to tell you is probably my favorite guest. We've had in a long time. Give us a great performance as a gift her conversation was another performance. It was so enlightening and lifting wonderful. So a lot of people that listened to our show weren't familiar with Liz, oh now they are in. Now, they are a lot of people that listen to our show. Don't hate me for saying this don't know who BTS's. They definitely have a very very very targeted targeted fan base. Right. So if you don't know who they are. You're not alone that open your mind because you may fall in love. But the people who do know who they are. There's like a billion of them. Look we're here to enlighten me enlighten. You about Liz. Oh enlighten. You about BTS back to you. Danielle. All right. So nifty hustle hustle will be remembered in L A today, a celebration of life. A memorial service for the rapper will be held at the staple center at ten AM followed by a public procession through the streets of south LA. So it will be a day of celebration of his life. But also a sad day as well. And we were talking about this yesterday our planet. I know you're watching that. So Netflix is now giving you kind of like a warning. So they said on Twitter their specific time stamps in the episodes that people who really love animals may not want to watch giving warning scares people. Definitely does. I'm sorry. What was that? That's a little ridiculous though. You know, you're watching a show about what's happening on the planet with animals. Disturbed you to it did. But also, I was like, well, that's what happens. It is a learning experience. Totally I'll tell you owns on safari in Africa. When you sit there and watch a a lioness like eating an Impala for like an hour, and you hear the crunch of the bones. For an hour tree. It's. It's what they do. It's like watching a Nate to Meatloaf. I love me loaf. Like that. I did. I was like it was like, oh, so sad. He's eating the Apollo of the she's eating the Impala, right? Than blood everywhere. I'm like how Kuna Matata happening. Ventures and game. So more vents tickets in its first week than Star Wars the force awakens, which was the previous record holder. It also is outpacing the advance ticket sales for vendors Infinity war. So that's pretty cool. Let's see on television tonight. You have a lot of cool stuff. Grace supernatural. You've got double shot at love with DJ, paulie and Vinnie on MTV beat Bobby flay his on project runway over on. Bravo. If you want to hit net flicks. You've got the chilling adventure of Sabrina on Amazon prime guy little Hannah and also catastrophe which I love if you've never seen that it is so awesome on next hour. Don't laugh him Kardashian wants to be a lawyer. She told you not to laugh. Yeah. Don't laugh. Thank you Daniel, by the way on our planet. My favorite my favorite scene was when the Jaguar eight the alligator that okay? That's fascinating the way that it happens come being on us. But still it's just, you know, we we try to hang our beliefs and belief system on a system that's been going on long before we arrived on planet earth. And that's you know, the animals in the wild. I mean, they were here before we were. And they continue to do they continue to do it the same way they did. Except for the parts that we screwed up. Exactly. They're not doing anything wrong. Either people freak out, you know, when on shark week when the shark gets the seal, but it has to eat. Yeah. Not going to become a vegetarian. Hey, come here. Come here diamond. We love our diamond love her. You know, she's a producing our show not only on the phones, but on social media. And you know, I love most about you know, where I think we get our most bang for the buck with diamond I just like having her here. Oh, that's nice. Or spirit is five at a she in the room. Oh, no. You know, I'm here you hear me talking about. Diamond Helen ago was it when you you moved out of the house. You're you're down still live there. No, I'm riding that wave until the will swallow. I think that's very important. You do that ride that wave into the wheels fall off? I wish I'd done that actually I moved out and back. Really? Yeah. Oh, yeah. No. It's not happening. I'm staying there forever. But that's okay. It used to be a thing where if you're dating someone who still live with their parents. You're like I wonder if how they're going to do. And now, it's like I date someone who lives with her parents because I know that they can spend their money on me. Before you move out. Do you know how to laundry I do? But I don't like it who does your laundry, grandma. Kit out she was on the phone grandma yesterday begging grandma to make our fried chicken. Could you please? And then grandma's said, yes. And so she was like over the move to understand grandma's making fried chicken. That's a two way street. They actually love. Yeah. Things for their grandkids. That's why I'm her favourite. Scary guys. Hello, for instance. Parents love doing things for their kids. For instance, on Father's Day. Scary dad wants to grill there to do things. Like, take you out. I'm like, no scary. As a gift your dad wants to your grandmother wants to fry some chicken. I did ask for leftovers, and obviously that didn't happen. Sorry. What does grandma still do for you? Let's get into this coming up next. Okay. But we have a few minutes before we told him. Anyway. Your your nails on our laptop. Know been clicking clicking new here that in your headphones Franck. Yeah. Yeah. Danielle Nagai, listen, I know, but I'm trying to have a show sounds like a court reporter. I know that's what we're doing everything. What else does your grandmother do for you? Well, she stopped going into my room. So she doesn't make my bed anymore. What why don't you start going into a room because she tripped over my one of my bags like why? Why are you back in your floor or have just because you know, I just may not be the neatest? You know what I mean? My room is a mess. So I was reading somewhere on Yahoo. The things you need to be able to do before you leave the house. So one day, you will leave the house. Oh, without a doubt. So if you even if you don't know or like, it, do you know, how to do laundry? Yes. Okay. Do you have basic sewing skills? Absolutely. Not who those with a button falls off. You just take it to the dry cleaner. Or you take it to the goes money if three dollars to solve. Grandma. If you're dates picking you up in five minutes in a button falls off, you need to know how to so it on tea, can you better? Better date. I'm sorry. Sounds like a better date if you're button fall off for the day. It sounds like a halfway there. Oh, you should date fully clogged. Okay. Sorry. My my my. Sorry. Yes. I can when I lived in the fraternity house you had to do a lot of things. So you had to like figure out how to solve your whole in your jeans or your jacket, you'd have a lot of money Gandhi. Can you so on a button? Yes. You can they can try. I don't know. How good it would be right. All right, things you need to know. How to do before you leave the house simple nutrition? Like, you know, the protein vegetable complex carbs, do you know, how to do that? Yes, from I'm very skilled in the kitchen go, I'll bet you are frontload your protein as they say. Do you know how to cook basic foods? I get it poppin with eggs. Okay. Pop tarts and stuff like that. Do you know how to make in stick with a budget? I mean, I guess oh. But you know, like, okay. I save a lot of money. But when I want something, you gotta go get it. You only live once I'm on. This is not good. No. I can't live your day as if it's the last you have to you have to try to have a little money for the future. I know that scares people, do, you know, basic first aid O as in like if you burned yourself on the on the on the pop tart maker, they call it a toaster. I guess. I mean looks isn't looking to who knows I think you need to work on the budget thing. I mean, considering you went out to charge a what a soda or something. And you couldn't even find a dollar fifty on your card one. Oh, nine one oh nine it was declined. You know, these are the things you need to know that before you leave the home, very important. I think the first aid part is the most important young. If your legs falling off having live by attendant really burned by finger not too long ago and my solution. I was like I'm going to stick it in the freezer, which apparently is the worst thing to do is. Yeah, you're not supposed to do that says like room temperature water. Just let it soak try to know that. Yeah. It was like this feels good. But it made it worse. Got out of the house. All these years. I've always taking my burn finger to the freeze. Don't they? I just Google everything. You can't your finger. You let me ask you. You know, YouTube videos for everything call me now, one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred what is your grandmother still do for you? I want to hear these stories. Twitter account does Nobis deranged show Twitter myself story him in the morning show. In today's connected world. Jets takes one weak link in your personal information can get into the wrong hands. Good thing. Lifelock. With Norton now has protection for your identity and devices. Join now at lifelock dot com and use promo code Elvis for ten percent off your first year. We we're telling grandma stories. You wonder what happened from the songs around? We're telling grandma's. Would you say, Gary, hey scary. Give me some grandma music. And what does that even sound? Grammy. This is like grant, great great. Great. Great grandma. All your grandma. I know. About that. Have a gin. Fulla bathtub. Before our time. I mean because I remember my grandmother's number one goal in life was to make me fat. Hold grandma's gonna do that. I would get home from school and stay at grandma's house some days and she would be making these homemade biscuits with like a pound of butter on every bite. Yom scary had the same problem. Yes. She used to feed me sweets because she used to watch me after school. But when mom was at work, so you can have four cookies of your choice or do you want to hostess cupcakes or two twinkies? And here's a glass of whole milk. Like, my grandmother would she would roll me under the couches to squeeze the other end of my mouth here have some milk straight from the Uttar insulted when you don't eat. I know what grandmas are there because they want to spoil you. Hi brianna. How are you cry? How are you doing? Oh my gosh. What's that sound in the background? I'm sorry to both my seatbelt my gosh. Well, hey, don't hit a tree. Hey on driving right now. We'll thank you for listening to why one hundred Miami your grandma, she tried to make you fat too. Is that your grandma's mission? My grandmother we are Cuban. So if you're not chunky out a young age, you're you're pretty much malnourish Joanna was. No. It's not true. But in there is it is. Yeah. Yeah. So she really I don't deserve her like she spoiled me to end my cousins, and my brother to no end. And now, I'm with my boyfriend, she's spoiled his to absolutely no end. She constantly feeds us what your boyfriend's name. His name is Paul. I can hear your grandmother all to Paul have another coquette. Yeah. Can you imagine? And it's all in Spanish with very the NFL somebody and then say, no and she'll say see. Plate of food, you know, going grandmothers. No main jazz, right? I know, but she loves you. And this is how grandma's showed love you say, you know, I it's grandma's day. It's your birthday, let us do something for you. And you know, what the gift the best gift you can give grandma is let her cook for you. Because she loves it. Absolutely. She's very we've had friends that come over. And they've cheese embrace them with so much love and they'll offer to bring her food. And he says absolutely not there's like an emergency with close Sheehan's are close used to be a seamstress in Cuba. So he comes in. If we have any little thing even so much as a button, I he taught me how to so. And I saw myself, but she'll look at and say, no, no, no, you didn't do the freight. We have to interrupt his conversation brianna to give Paul another croquet ta. Grandma's can so anything I was like you you leave the room and walked back into she's sewn an entire like hot air balloon. My grandmother sold. She made my mom's wedding dress. Something so beautiful about that brianna. God bless your grandmother. You tell her we said, hi, okay? I will I might even make video L Senate in say Hello, grandma poured. Dirty porn is like her making crooked us. Sewing so not my of didn't do this. But my mom told me a story of how they used to play jokes on her grandma. They would so her nightgown shut and they'd sell the it's so the arms so in the middle of the nineties Carson in Italian trying to get our arms, get some something. But they said it was funny. Did it my grandma? I love her. She's the my favorite person ever. But she was definitely the wanderer like sued wander out of the house. So we were the family in the neighborhood who people would be returning. My grandma was like this again, I'm like grandma. She's walking around and say hi to everyone. We lower the ever you love. Hello. Is this Morgan? Yeah. So mortgage what will good morning, and it's all about grandma. What is your grandma do for you? So I've been out of the house for about a year now, and I'll ask her to go over and let my dog out and while she's over there. She'll clean my entire house, and my long you have come over let my dog that I don't have grease grandma. You've been here in our and you clean my entire house that she then she says, I also made you at tearma soup. We love her grandma. The theme at grandma's is they they get you fat. And then like all you need to eat more. And they get you. And then one day that you walk in they go, oh, you're getting fat. Fault. Only grandma's can get away with Morgan heaven beautiful. Thanks for listening to us. Yeah. It's all grandmas. One of my grandma's wants told my cousin haven't seen you in a while. You've turned into a fat boy. Speaking of getting fat. And I know you'll know this being from the south Elvis my grandma used to put bacon grease in everything. Absolutely. She cooked something. She would save the grease on like a little crisco can on the back of the store right next to the stove. Absolutely. And ever she cooked anything she'd reaching there and just take it out and put a dollop in there, and my grandma she's makes it better. It makes it good. Does everything was cooked bacon. They live forever until doctors told him it would kill them. Then they all started dying. He's just don't tell me what I'm doing to kill me. I won't die. Danielle. Right. Your grandma she sleeps over in tell me about your grandma inch wash stays over. I love this season fan, and I love her. But she's seventy six years old. And no matter what time of year at us. You always come over my house. I my parents go because I'm twenty two and I still live at home. But you think that her being there is it's going to protect me. But I have a dog. Tiny little lady, and she just thinks that whenever he's gonna be over that nothing bad's going to happen. The cute ever, you gotta love that you know, and cherish cherish her in every moment that she invade your your space. I remember until my grandma's last Christmas. I mean, she give me that Christmas card every year and had a five dollar Bill. Nice and yeah. And the little things it's grandma used to go to the hairdresser, and she would tip fifty cents, and my mom would say you can't tip fifty cents anymore. It you gotta tip more. So we'd put it in a little envelope for that said tip and she'd so come back with envelope. That's and. And fifty cents. See two quarters on the on the table. You think it'd be grandma this the same? If I see a five dollar Bill a president Lincoln. I think my grandma not because of the five dollar Bill, but because grandma had a beard just like just like Lincoln. She wears stove pipe hat by Daniel. Thanks for listening. I want to say so thank you so much for taking my call. I actually just apply to be an intern on your show. So it was an eye out for. Right now. And this would be my dream guys. Amazing. Let me connect you with the head of interns. Dave Brody Brody Danielle. She sounds. I have a question for you. If you wanted to be a part of the morning show. Would you write ace space PRT or AP a RT? Oh as space TA or you're just advanced around too. Here's the thing. I got to add to that. If you get the job as an intern. You gotta bring grandma. I will die. She wanted. I thank you for listening to us. Thank you very much food grandma lover lover Messer, grandma was my favorite. Yeah. Grandma. She would call the middle of the night and say that she can't find her can of pennies. They all have what did have the cancer penny? Quite your one more from Mallory. Hi, mallory. You. We were having great time talking about our gentle, grandma. There's talking about. How gentle your grandmother is? She's not incredibly gentle. But. What does she do? Well, anytime like someone yells that either me or my brother's like she always goes full throttle, and we'll just yell at them until they're crying. If your mom meals at you, your grammar that will defend you yell at your mom for yelling at you like on when I was like nineteen I wanted to die, my hair blond, which was absolutely the wrong choice. And my mom told me now, but then my grandmother yelled at her saying that it was what I wanted to do. So she just went absolutely out her throat. I love that. We we love grandma, grandma. She's looking for you. She's fighting for child. All right. Mallory tell grandma we said. Hi, okay. Absolutely. Thank you so much for calling. I really appreciate it protects again. I appreciate it. All right. Let's get into the three things you need to know. Coming up in by ten minutes. We've got a one thousand dollar free money phone tap. Thanks to Eminem's. We need for you to vote for your favorite new internationally flavored Eminem Gandhi, the three things. What are they? All. Right. Today's the day. Nipsy hustle will be remembered in LA, it's called a celebration of life. It's going to be a memorial service held at the staple center because that's how huge everything will be. And then after it will be followed by a procession through the streets of south central LA. So new information out we were talking about this yesterday. And then this story came out 'cause they're listening Amazon is in fact, picking up sick of your audio from your house, and they say, yes, we're taking it. And we're analyzing it, we have thousands of employees and multiple countries. And they say that they are using it to really help the software the analyze language more and figure out what the users want so hold on. So my echo my Alexa. If I'm having. A conversation in front of or sex, or whatever there's someone at at Amazon central could be listening to be. Yes, they say that they make all the employees sign a nondisclosure agreement saying they'll never talk about what they hear. Oh, but and they also went on to say that, you know, we only he was a small percentage of the audio that we gather, but we are gathering the audio. So who could you imagine a middle of having sex? Alexa comes on and says that's not right. Try this. You're not you're not satisfying them talking to be honest. Yeah. People listening to me, they're bored and SNorre stop. I think that all the time and finally top safe here in my. They found the guy who pointed a laser pointer at Tom Brady during the AFC championship game. You guys remember the Korean laser beam on his face? And they finally they spent all this time searching all the different camera angles in the footage to say which seat came from who it was. It was a chief's fan, of course. And of course, he was really drunk. So he's going to get a one thousand dollar fine. And he's getting cited for disturbing the peace the dut point lasers the game. Lasers at home are fine. Thank you Gandhi. All right. You're one thousand dollar Eminem's flavor. Vote free money phone tap coming up right after this. More from the Mercedes Benz interview lounge John legend. John. I swore I wouldn't ask. But how come you didn't bring Chrissy? Christie's LA is he's with the baby that though. Everybody asks that though, where's Chrissy all the time? I'm Chris husband now. Brought to you by Mercedes AM G E prepared for whatever comes your way in the all new GT four door because life is a race. Visit your local dealership for a test drive today Duran and the morning show tonight at eight seven central on MTV jersey, shores, Vinnie and paulie are back and looking for love will they prove the bachelor life isn't for every buddy. Don't miss the series premiere of double shot of love tonight at eight seven central on MTV. Tomorrow. I don't know if you've heard us talking about this earlier, but tomorrow, a B T S will be here. All yeah. Now, a lot of people don't know who BTS's, but I gotta tell you. There are more people who do than don't and they're all around the world. And of course, you know, they have a very targeted. A targeted audience that that truly loves them. But there are a billion of them. They call them the BTS army guy, if you remember BTS army or you, you know, who I'm talking about. Then you're like why is he sounding? So like simple about it. I mean people who teaches as no and a lot of people don't they are coming up here tomorrow and getting them to do an interview is very difficult. They're in town to do Saturday Night Live this weekend. And so they're gonna stop by for like fifteen minutes in that fifteen minutes. It's going to be like a tornado is going to blow through this radio station. I can't wait. It's going to be interesting. I just want to see the pandemonium tomorrow because this morning when I was walking in and I saw this giant police unit. I was like what does that this can't be for tomorrow? That's my favorite porno the giant police shooting. Here's my question. Froggy media how now we need more chairs and microphones. And when you guys will come over here. It'll be us against it. Anyway. So the BTS fan army is I bet you and I'm not I'm not exaggerating more powerful than most military armies in most countries around the world. I wonder if there are bigger like the size of them. Probably BTS army is huge. And they wait to see the ratings of SNL to this weekend because they're on there. It's going to be very different than usual. Yeah. But anyway, so we're very honored. They're coming by and people who are fans or say do don't be needed it make sure you're very respectful on like when are we mean, we're we're never mean. We're never we never asked disrespectful questions anyway. So BT will be here. Tomorrow just to let you know what's going on behind the scenes, we have the thank you precinct. One the first precinct right down the street here in Tribeca, New York. I mean, they're bringing out a mobile police unit. I mean, they're going to be I'm sure they're gonna be taking people away in cuffs. Greg. Greg the first one because we have him on security giant concert venue lights in a ladder. There were stuff out there that I was like what is what is happening. To ladder for Phyllis. That's tomorrow. So great t thinks he's in charge of make sure the back door is blocked. Okay. Elvis the back door this building has like forty five back doors. What it sounded good though? Right. Not really. All right. Somebody may BTS tomorrow. And make sure the the first precinct knows that you're in charge. I got that. Hey, make sure walk and talk and channel four. Okay. That sounds good. Right. Thank you talking to he's his mind anyway, so BT s tomorrow morning. They're going like it's going to be a tornado. When it's calling me. I can't wait to see what they leave their aftermath. All right. So the free money phone Elvis Durant in the morning shows free money phone tap. Thanks to Eminem. It's so cool. Hold on a second. Here. It is the one thousand dollar Eminem's flavor vote free money phone tap. Here's what we want. You to look. I love good old plane Eminem's L. Yeah. I can eat them the fistful, and I do, but every once in a while they get very crafty down at the minimum laboratory, they have given us three new internationally inspired a peanut Eminem's the Mexican jalapeno peanut Eminem's, the English toffee peanut Eminem's and the Thai coconut peanut imminent. They want for you to vote for your favorite. Here's what I want you to do. You may not have a bag yet assume the one that you're going to like the most and vote for them and then go buy them. Yeah. You can text the word vote to eight forty four forty four and is the prompts will walk you through it. It's easy as whatever. Text. There were vote to eight forty four forty four and vote now for your favorite. Eminem's Mexican aluminium English toffee my favorite or Thai coconut, all right? Shall we? Give one thousand dollars. Elvis Randy Elvis Duran phone tap. Alright. Brody what's your phone tap about Elvis listener? Caitlyn wanted a phone tap dead. Neil Neil has a classic corvette, which he babies, and she feels he treats better than the members of the family. And so it was in the shop for a couple of days for some minor tune-ups night, call from the shop to say some things may have gone wrong with that theory. There's a problem. All right. Well, let's see what happens in brody's phone tap. Hey, neil. Yeah. Jimmy from walked back Mirage. What's going on today? You good. Yeah. I let you know we had to order the Fender. So it's going to be like, I would say three weeks. So you'd have to give us electric, wait a minute. What? What fender? What are you talking about offender? Well, you know, the dented Fender you have on the car you want that replace right because we can't fix it. We will. Whoa. Thank you know, the the carburetor none did the carbon is not dented. It just needs to be replaced the fenders dented follow along here. Neil. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. You wait a minute. There's no dent in. No fender. There's no defense TRAN my friend. There's a dent. But when you get better it's going to be like new, I promise I can't rush offended from China that China, take your what are you talking about China guy? I tried look and feel offended locally could get one guy. My name is Neil. I wanna spend my name is meat. I chief look our hammered Amiga guy. And you do not replace a damn thing on my car without me giving you my face out. And there was no Fender that ever got dented. So it doesn't need to be replaced, and it's mortgage. And it's gonna replace anything on the car, you'd do not order it from China. You want Korean that's gonna take longer? I don't want anything in any Pan Pacific country ever to go into that game caught. But that that is plastic American call it nineteen seventy three. What about that before you wreck the front of the call, man? I'm just trying to help you out for Chuck on the phone. I want them to phone on project on the fly. Chuck he's in Aruba for like a week and a half rubel. Let me let me talk to my guy and Ricky hang on a second. Hold on. Hey, and real in wreaking hoping your home. No, you damage the call. But I'm trying to convince him. He makes the call. I'm going to spend this disguise it. He's an idiot. I'm going to tell me what the car and went back. I got your phone. I'm to give them the cheap bender ever made. It'd be paper Michelle cut, my nor stopping on me an idiot. Put it in my co fatty small penis. Hello. What your? Hi. I just talked to my guy in Rica. He says he knows the guy might be able to get you the defendant sooner. But it's all good though. But listen, no, I wanna know Fender. Do you want to say, I got to get a corporate raider and up and negative. You gotta go to Korea. You gotta go to China wanna speak. I don't care that he's in a robot. I want him on the phone right now. Hey by the league genius. You know, what I heard the whole conversation within brigade I know that he did at the carpet. It didn't probably go 'cause you're a moron. I don't like your attitude. You know, what let me tell you something like Riad imitate, something pal. I'll tell you what your own attitude, you can set up your own really. Oh, yeah. You don't want. Let me let me know. I didn't even notice this earlier your side mirrors broken. Oh, you side on haven wheeled. Why didn't you tell us your headlight was broken look at oh both broken. You're gonna come. In the company. I. What's up 'cause you're doing by not doing anything? I just have to replace the hood. Now look into. Away from their still doing famous. You're a ham twice trunk. Who am I talking to right now who am I talking to right now? K Linney there. Yeah. Hey, neil. My name's daybreak Nelson in the morning show. When you go to kaitlin, I of phone tapping, you it's it's a prank the sound effect. It's not actually you caught. For my dad's. My god. Okay. Well, my God. Oh my God. I think we're gonna I think we're gonna throw up. Great. The old pretend they can't hear me when they're on hold slash Salva. Backtracks? Thank you Brody. Right. Be caller one hundred win one thousand dollars now. One eight hundred two four two zero one hundred dollars to rain in the morning shows free money phone, tap, Edry info and rules. Visit Elvis Duran dot com word contest. Hey, everyone. I'm doctor ause. I love getting to talk with you on my show every single day. 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Where are you listening to us today? Amy, I am in Washington, Missouri. Which is about an hour outside of Saint Louis. Are you said for the big bridge implosion Thursday? Yes. Actually, I did it. In that for a while. So it would be nice to see it. But unfortunately, I will be at work. All right last Thursday. It's today is today today is the day today. Yeah. In Washington, Missouri. Don't drive across that bridge. No, no way. The Dan don't you think it's fascinating Amy that I know about your bridge implosion going on today in beautiful area. You're taking on Greg tease. You know? It's like abilities. Are you trying to cut it on my action? Let me tell you something about great t psychic abilities. He tell you what you ate for dinner last night. But he can't tell you what room of the building. He's in right now, why this frustrates you. You're so angry over whether Nagri because I can't predict your future. I know it Amy he can tell you what you did like an hour ago. Which is which means nothing tell me what's going to happen in our from that. The winning lottery numbers or something. I know it's the least do Amy we love you. Thank you for listening to us every day clear on my gosh. State wonderful. Thank you, stay off that bridge there imploding. To tell your friends. We said, hi, I see money coming your way. I'm just telling you gave her a thousand dollars. I could do this. I know foggy. He's yards. I'm sending him to love him. Please. It's now time for a new game from great t called tee time. On crossing my fingers that this works out. All right. It's another game where you need to know a lot about nothing and you can win. So right. So tell us how teatime works great t I just thought of Elvis, I said to myself, I said, you know, what there's so many things around us. And what if we had lists lists of things? So I said, you know, what I'm going to give you a category, and you're going to try to name as many as you can in that category of games called scattergories. I think you can buy that target category. I did not feel the state Daniel you've played categories. Let's get it. They were playing, but we're calling it times. You know, why I love him? Now, you see why love him. You hear something on our show. You've heard twice for most. You've Dolan this long time to think of they give us an example of how we play teatime. Okay. So we're going to get a caller on the phone, and the colour is going to get let's say, I don't know ten seconds. Right. So the caller gets ten sack five nine fast. That's a lot of time. Varying needs more time. Gary coming up, ten seconds, right? We may have a ten second. Okay. So let me read the rules because you're a little scattered. The caller gets ten seconds to name as many items in that scatter Corey that we give. And then great t get five seconds to name three more. If I can't name three more in the category. The caller win. Yes. That's where I think we need to you know, I my brain is very large. So I really can't think that fast five seconds. Do my by the way, brain size doesn't have a lot to do with that. We'll move on. Okay. Give us a category all name as many as I can ready. But now if I get it, right? That's t- time. Okay. Here we go. Give me a category to category. Data champ. Okay. Potato chips tense, Brussels. Pringles Frito-Lay wise of pup chips. Cape Cod thoughts laze. Kennel kettle kettle hers. Yeah. Right now, you have five more seconds ago. Three more. Wise, I said that all three to lay. All right. And then I lose a Fritos really are potato chips, but frito lay good lasers or corn chips. So anyway, congratulations. I one time. So that now. What do you get? Oh, I'm glad you asked. Hold on one one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred callers. Now, what are you giving them in? What is it that it's a trash canvas stuff? I managed to start cleaning out my desk. Oh, God that we don't have a lot of things to give blitz. Get to the point. What are you have to give away? So from the dollar store. It's a home entire I got this is Thomas and friends. Tissues Thompson French tissues. And I have the teenage mutant ninja turtle eggs. I have Paul patrol bath. Asks is handy. What kind of soap this patrol troll? It's and then I have here for this is strawberry shortcake toothpaste. All right. All right. That now all the way. There was a time where we needed these things or maybe collecting dust call now one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred when it before it collects dust if time to play teatime otherwise known as scattergories Star Wars prey on. All right perfect. You get the whole shooting match. Yes. They they can choose should we just move on. And do it. Why? Wait why hold off on success? Hello, nicki. Welcome to teatime, otherwise known as Scott Gorey's. Hi. Are you going to games not really good either? I bet even being a bad at games. Nikki you're going to be great. At work. I don't think so funny. You want time for reason? All right. Here's what we're gonna do. I'm gonna give you a category. Nikki all right. And you name as many things you can name in that category. Okay. Ten seconds on the clock in cap ready. Here we go. Toothpaste brands, are you ready to paste brands, go. Kohl gays cry. Yes. Aqua- fresh off or prize. For payment. Oh, you got three got you can't help are. All right. All right. So now if he gets three more right than I win. He wins on Teton. I got okay. Toothpaste brands. Go aim uncle fresh close up sensiti. Peppermint, peppermint. What does it helps? It wait. Are you reading? I am not that. He's meeting time. You you read. Hold up with these categories. He's reading any misreads pep o'day. Needling know, he's gone. The papers. Mickey we're gonna send you an Elvis Duran. Sure. I'm so sorry. Unless you want to strawberry shortcake toothpaste. Well, my grandkids would enjoy that. Okay. We'll send you both. Diamond. Can you send her an Elvis shirt in the strawberry? Shortcake? Sounds like a cheap time. You've now taken three time, man. That's not right less than I need a couple when you were in school. Didn't you have little now what on your hand to do that? All right. Well, the end of that game. I'm ready to go. Let's listen cheating here. Let's retool that. Pepper. I miss read my own handwriting. You just admitted you mis read your own handwriting. I'm gonna give you one more show. We gotta hurry though. We don't have time to dilly dally. No, dilly down here. Good morning. Amanda. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks for listening and beautiful. Palm bay Florida hurt. All right. We're going to give you ten seconds on the clock. We're going to give you a category, and you need to give me as many of the members of the categories possible. Okay. We'll be beer brands. Oh, this air brand. I mean, come on the frat, boy, please ready tentacle clunk and. Okay, Bud Light towards light all the light. Mattie light. I don't know angry orchard. I don't know. I don't drink beer or you know, what you've got four. All right now, you have to give at least three and you have five seconds on the clock. Right. Michelob corona. Because. I'll tell you why you didn't exactly Daniels. Right. The reason why he didn't win is because he wasn't cheating. It's also hard to think. It's also hard to think. As he has cheated. I can't even read them. All right when he wrote, please, hold go talk to her and give her everything from the dollar stores and thank you for playing Scotto Gorey's. Teton anytime Danielle. Then you'll make some celebrate an LA intersection, which will officially be named nipsy square nipsy hustle square, which is pretty cool. Yeah. Nipsy hustle square in L A. And as you know today is the day. He will be remembered in Los Angeles a celebration of life. It's the memorial service happening will be held at the staple center at ten AM followed by public procession through the streets of south L A, and it is a day to honor him, but a obviously sad day as well. So p Davidson is kind of back on Instagram. I don't know. Have you missed him onions Graham, oh, I did follow him, actually. But I'm going to be honest. I didn't realize he was going. I will he dropped off the app five months ago. Al after you know, he had a lot going on. And it looks like he's got this new incarnation of Instagram. It's being run by somebody else. But he works with him. So. Instagram, kind of not as Instagram, of course, from Staten Island in a lot of times in his jokes. He makes fun of Staten Island. And I know he was he's about to or he did a concert on Staten Island. I'm wondering if anyone went to it or if they're going to cause some people's t- island despise him because he makes fun of Staten Island, which I don't like because you know, me I think for Staten Island. Can I think he's funny met you man on Staten Island at several of my mental? The funny. So she had a picture of herself the other day when she was out at an awards ceremony with her man Blake Sheldon. And she also said thank you for giving me, my Barbie hair for date night to whoever did her hair. Well, people took to Instagram new little new lips who diss chill on the surgery, your doctor overdid it whoever did your lips. Oh, it's too faithful. Or so may she said, no, I haven't had anything done. She's she's saying that she that age doesn't appear to have touched heart. Thank goodness. You're shopping even if she heads somebody, right? Exactly, it really is ridiculous the mirror. You'll cramp all ways. Crabby hag crabby hag. We've heard loan Kim dash Ian studying for the bar exam wants to be a lawyer with talking about the fourth and Gandhi says can you imagine you show up to court? They give you her. She walks in. Yell by the way, p Davidson April seventh was at Saint George theater. He sold it sold it out awesome Kim Kardashian. I would hire her island hired just to see go shale. Let's talk about Liz yesterday. She covered Arianna Guerande here in our studios and Iran 'Grande loved it early who yes, she wrote on her Instagram story. This made my whole day. I love you so much and both of them will be performing hotel this weekend. How cool would it be? If Arianna reached out to her now and said, hey, 'cause I heard you on Elvis's show. I think we should perform a Coachella together. That would be awesome. Oh, love her. That'd be make sure you go watch that interview on demand. Yes. Tonight channel tonight and television grazes on supernatural you've got double shot at love with DJ Pauly D in Vinnie project runway be Bobby flay, and people are still eleven the chilling adventures of Sabrina over on that thank you Daniel and thank you. If you responded to my tweet yesterday about all the calls from Zimbabwe. I'm getting an. Found out that I'm not alone. Everyone's getting robo calls from around the world. I want to hear from you. Tell me about how tell me all the interesting places that your phone at travel the last couple of days and also have you talked to anyone what did talk about eight hundred two four two zero one hundred or text me at fifty five one hundred. I hate robocall. Elvis Duran in the morning show tonight at eight seven central on MTV jersey shores, Vinnie Bali are back in looking for love. Will they prove the bachelor life isn't for every buddy. Don't miss the series premiere of double shot of love tonight at eight seven central on MTV. Oh my God. Holy crap. Hi, hi, Donna Campbell. Who I listen to you every morning. I think you all are great. I love you. I love you. Day. So you see to Chipper? I'm the perfect person. I smelled something burning. So I just thought the door and went to bed. We're at dinner if somehow his finger ended up in my mouth. What do I need to sometimes like owned just trying to do some dirt? Can you leave me alone? Boy, the defying don't you? Durant in the morning show. Thank you for following on Twitter and Instagram at Elvis Duran. For those of you who saw my tweet last night about getting robo calls from Armenia, it blew it up. So many people were getting calls from all around the world. Sometimes I get a call from a country. I've never heard of. Now, then great t ran in the other night and said, I got a call from algebra to the TV network. The news network yet he meant a can't say algebra entrepreneurs on on other hazard by John. I buy junk. Yes. It didn't Mozambique is calling Slovenia Ukraine. They're all calling. And what are they want to give you a penis enlargement? With. Yeah. Transferred them to froggy. I got France calling me dumb. What do they want? I don't know because I never pick it up. So I answered Finally I answered one of them. And it was just that like tester where it was silence. Silence. Silence than it hung up. So I googled what the heck is this number calling me. And apparently, it's happening to a ton of people, and they say is an old woman who will come on and try to have a conversation with you, which is very weird. I don't understand it. We'll get to the point. I don't even pick up phone calls from people. I know because I don't want to talk to notice that sorry about that feel free to text. But I'm going to pick up a call from any foreign country or sometimes you get the phone call from your own number or you. I mean, whatever my favorite is when it's from a foreign country and the person on the other side of the obviously recorded is like hi, this is Anna. It's so nice to talk to you. You have Wizz. Your accent Joanna. How are you? Hi, how are you? I'm doing. Well, are you doing? Well. Yes. So you get called from France and Russia, but what time do you? Get those calls to o'clock in the morning. It's so annoying. And I I have I don't have my phone on silent. So sometimes it rings like in the middle of the night. And I'm like, what is this? I wonder why these people are calling us at two in the morning from France and Russia, it could be BTS fans. I mean, it can be the time different the BTS fans, I'm telling you, they're all they're all doing calculations around the world trying to figure out what time to listen in their time zone tomorrow. They're going to be here at this time tomorrow, whatever time this is in France, this they're going to be here long six or seven hours later. So so Joanna have you ever had a discussion with any of these people? Are you just go back to bed now? Well, no, I go back to bed. But if I get I got a call yesterday from Russia, and I try to answer it, and it was finally on the on the other end of the line. Testing you. I it has to do with the FCC really cracking down on all the robo calls in the US right now. And I bet that they're trying to farm it out and figure out may they can do in other countries. That bloop sound join yet you pick him the phone you hear boop. Oh now. What's that? What is that froggy? What's the bloop? I dunno. It sounds like during a submarine with an anal probe. I think in Harding gonna make one for another one girl can dream, right? All right would good luck. Joanna just turn your turn your ringer off. You know what I'm saying? There's nothing you could. I came to that my business line forward. It's my cell. So. My brother just texted me. He said use robo killer app to stop the call on our join. Thank you very much. I'm gonna call you for my friends phone number. Hello, denise. Hey, how are you? I'm doing well now, so you got a call from which country or from what number or what happened? It was like a Caribbean island Jamaica. Jamaica. So what did they want with you? Will they told me I win a million dollars? Can you? Collect you picked up to. I was so excited. So what did you do? How do you handle that you to slam the phone down you yell at him? What do you do know? They actually said I needed to wire five thousand dollars to them in order to collect the money. If I doubt four now. Did it? Well, there were chickens clucking in the background like something was wrong. And when I asked the gentleman on the phone about it. He's like, oh, don't worry about that. And I was thinking what are you doing? Where are you looking for you? You gotta you gotta get creative. And understand that it could have been real one day. I worry that it will be and I'm going to miss out on that won't be. That will never happen. Let's say let's say, I'm a billionaire Jamaican chicken farmer. You're right. Mom. Million dollars. Level. Give a million dollars again chicken. Shaggy call in the middle of the night. And gave you a million dollars from his chicken farm. It could happen say for your mind. Thank you. Denise have a beautiful beautiful. Hi, kyle. Kyle. Yeah. Did you get a call from Egypt? I did. Yeah. What did they want? Well, I couldn't even ask them. They just hang up and everything have to shit grew. At least, you know, all the gypsies. I know are polite. I don't know what happened to those root root Egyptians. Now, if shaggy called tonight on offer a million dollars from his chicken farm, will you accept it sent him five thousand dollars. Thought about it. Was calling you from Egypt. You think your mummy was calling you from Egypt. That joke speaks. Thank you. They were both that. Thank you. Thank you. Bye. The level to pair Mets game. Just want to make an accent for the rest of. Confused. So in closing. Don't pick up these. And you know, you know, people in your life that will pick up the phone, and they will send them five thousand dollars. That's how my grandma was Janis. White people would come to the door, even like soliciting things grandma would just give them money. My mom would say, no Chico's. But they're so nice. The kidnapped you. I mean people fall for scans. You're not gonna call everyone. Johnny Johnny halo. Yes. I need your social security, number and your banking information. Went to the four. That how he basically got his Instagram taking over reacted -ly. Johnny. We're gonna catch him in raw form. Hell uncle, Johnny. We're talking about you. What are you talking about? We don't want you to be a victim of phone scams. Oh, I talked to them all the time. The money. Now, I just talked to him. I ask him. I say how what can I help you would you like and phone tap them? Jon if you get a call from foreign nation, or if you get a call from anyone asking for anything don't give it to them. I don't have. I don't have to give. That is a good point. All right. Uncle johnny. I love you. We're looking out for our elders. Oh, yeah. With that one of. Where'd you? Go drinking last night. I went to the one, sir. Head a couple hours heads up a soup went to bed. That's my Johnny. I'm going to get drained. All right. I love you. How long's drained we're taking them on vacation this weekend? So I'm like go in for a previous draining. That's always fun there. One day. Hello. Finally. We talked to David. Hi, david. You've got a call from Madagascar. It sounds so exotic and fabulous doesn't it? Yeah. This week own coincidence that you guys talk about this. I've gone calls for Madda gas car. I'll Jiro France Morocco. And my wife would get the phone call right after I would or she would get it. I I would from the same number same country and very weird. Here's the thing. We know. They're all scammers. Right, david. But there is something kinda cool about having the whole world calling my phone. I don't know why. Important. You can take a trip never leave the farm, right? All right. Thank you for listening. Don't give them anything yet, sir. All right. What's scary? Sometimes these seem lifelike in believable. They answer the phone, and they like the humanize it by pretending to wait for a second. They they suffer with the phone. Yes. Sorry. I didn't hear you there. Look, you know, real. So you give them yourself to who was was it. You garrett. Yes. You called scary today. What did you ask him? We were talking about flying somewhere and scary. I said, hey scary. I can get on this light. I just need your credit card information and your social security number. Sure enough. I have both. He you gave someone your social security what night trust Garrett. A why would you give social security number for a flight? Well, that's what I said. After the fact you were testing, I drew the line there and said scare you you never need your social security for flight festival. And you fell for all those idiots Phil for fire fast. Speaking fire festival guest who made friends in jail who the guy who started fire festival. I would carve really McDonnell had the situation. They're coming out with a wonderful trip trip. Experience all of their starting company right now. Let's get down going Gary. Yes. What do you have to? So as we know game throws comes back Sunday. And a lot of people in this room are very excited on the tonight show last night Jimmy head door do some of our favorite songs hopes by panic at the disco. Could happen. Yeah. Shallow. All right. Let's go to Mississippi the NBC station, there is someone going around leaving mystery, mashed potatoes on people's porches. No one knows why. So that let's go talk to the neighbors better than like a bag of burning cow who he gets breakers to a lot of leftovers. We're not quite sure was headed to work. And there was just a star phone bowl of mashed potatoes on the door right there. Some people were thinking, maybe the mashed potatoes were poison to kill animals, I didn't taste it have through second role. So I didn't I didn't touch it. But some people are worried they leave here's another what don't answer calls from outta gas car and don't eat mashed potatoes that are left on your doorstep. He he only need it. Because he had it three second rule. Yeah. I didn't understand that didn't hit the pavement of his. Let's go to Morocco. There is a tennis tournament going on. And the commentator was eating while. He was watching the match we heard it. Yes. It's scaring gross. All right. Sounds like nuts soldier, Mike. All right. New found glory has some new music out. They've been putting out covers of famous songs for movies. This time we go to rocky with the tiger. Yeah. All right. And then this came out yesterday. Daniel was talking about putting out new music, his family putting out new music. So this is a vici featuring Allah, black SOS. We could be vici lives on. Levin. There you go and then Gandhi posted on our Instagram. This is how she acts when she goes over people's houses who have pets especially dogs. You love dogs. I love all animals. X-ray excited. So this is the video that she sent out. Yes at baby hot sauce. How excited do you get when you go to someone's house that has a dog? Probably me carrot. Thank you. Thank you so much. You're speaking Gandhi. Did you what are you saying that flower arrangement to all my gosh? Okay. Our friends at Norwegian cruise line. We have a woman that we work with Corinna. I love her. She's so sweet, my parents are on a cruise to Cuba, and they're being so nice to my mom and dad, so I sent her a flower arrangement. It was opposed to be a unicorn I ordered a unicorn I dunno looked showed up showed him before the before. And after pictures, you decided to use a company you've never used before you have to see what what happened because I was like, oh, there aren't really a ton of places unicorn flower arrangements, but she's my unicorn so I sent it to her. And then she wrote back and said, oh my gosh. This is so sweet sent me a picture of it. And I was like what the hell is that? The picture of the unicorn unicorn arrangement online was a lot more. It was a morpheus. It was like the one that I ordered was clearly unicorn this was like a pile of flowers with two little beady eyes on a unicorn horn on the top at least at the mourn. They've got it was like like about. She was very with. Okay. Here's let's say you're working in a florist and you get a call. Yeah. We just got an online order the unicorn arrangement thanked. And you're like, okay. What do you make that? Yes. So you went online, and you order big a big unicorn flower arrangement. Yes. And you're like at the florist, it's five o'clock at night. I could unicorn. You know, they went on YouTube video maybe Unical unit brow. Like a unicorn that was maybe run over by like a truck. I don't know what it was all post those two floors. I'd be like, okay. I can put a rose on a vase considered to you. But okay, you got to make this unicorn on kid do that. I know they shouldn't there is suing that all people can make a floral unicorn it's up on my Instagram story right now to what I ordered what I gots. It's true. All right. Let's go around the room. You have just buyer beware. I wouldn't order any fancy schmancy artistic endeavors. Flowering evolve. If I wrote a note to her saying like, you're my unicorn, basically, I think had it not said that she probably would have been like hell is this? Permits. She just sent me some weird face was go around the room. What is on your mind today? Daniel tell my mom is so cute you sleeping over last night. And looking all over the outs for her glasses. I can't buy my glasses. Danny wears glasses. Women Ma there on your face. I do it with my cell phone all the time. I'll be talking on my cellphone looking forward, isn't me or do we all do this? We all doing. My phone's in my pocket a lot, and I'm gonna call it call it, though, it's vibrant been looking for your cell phone while you're on the cell phone is saying to the person you're talking to I find myself. Well, what are you talking? And then you're like I'm done at. Alone. I feel better. Cruiser sandwich on your mind guys in competitive situations. Do you think someone shows their true colors or the worst version of them self co colors, don't lie to me people say your career, whatever I was playing four person pacman with your system? Andrew, our friend, Michelle. And I was disgusting. I was so far in third place. I was taking Andrews drink out of spite and just drinking it I was yelling people were staring. I didn't care, and I was hoping you were going to say, it's the worst version of me. Kind of fun. I didn't like it to game. You don't have to win to have a good time. I do but thank you. Okay. Thank you. Froggy what's up with you? So the last week or so has been pretty stressful. When mom we had a cancer scare with my mom will yesterday. She went for a procedure. She's been for most surgery where they go and kind of take it out. And then they go and test it and come back out a little more and test it, and we got the word this morning that she is all clear. God bless you. Mom. I'm proud of you. It's all done. I know she was very worried, but I'm very happy for her once again, God bless Herman. Yeah. As we say, f cancer f- cancer. So I knew a lot of people go into a lot of cancer scares right now. So, you know, we're thinking about you. We love you. All right Gandhi. What's up? All right. So we've talked about how we are headed to Singapore. Scary myself going relieving this weekend, you're gonna love it. The hot debate amongst all of us right now is how many pairs of underwear d bring I said, you need to pack like you're gonna yourself like twice a day because it's weird not to have extra underwear. And these guys are like no just just bring the exact amount. Just bring seven down. What what don't take extra always TicketMaster? Right now. I don't know what it is right now last time, I was in Singapore. It was very hot and very, humid. So you're gonna use the word moist. I'm gonna tell you right now. I mean, you're every crevice of your body is going to need stop. It gonna have moist Sundays. My. And you should come at it with extra underwear for get over the word moist. Oh, you don't talk about moist under where it says most discussing voice to cake. Yes, that's great moist cupcakes. Fabulous have a wonderful time in Singapore. I would double up on the underwear triple triple triple up take much room. Let's get into the three things you need to know right now from Gandhi, even though she just gave us one. All right. So we all know, we're all sneezing coughing hacking gagging because the pollen count right now is ridiculous. Will if you think you have a bad some pictures just posted of Durham, North Carolina and the entire city looks like something out of a show like a golden city. It's covered all across with just yellow. Yeah. Good luck. Guys. I looked at the picture and sneezing flowers are gonna be gorgeous. Thank god. Disney's unveil details of their streaming service. Today, we talked about this a little bit. They're trying to compete with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon all of that. But they're going to have the whole Disney. Can I I'm so excited? So the way to the Star Wars movies. They're gonna have all kinds of stuff. So we'll find out about all of half of that. Yeah. Later today. We don't know how much it's going to be tell. Yes. And as we do and finally we've been talking about the first ever pictures of the black hole. It was released yesterday around nine AM fascinating. Especially when you stop and think that this thing is fifty five million light years away. And we got a picture of it. If you haven't seen it sort of looks like if you shut the lights off and somebody was smoking a cigarette. Just the end of the cigarette. What it really was. Well, then I feel silly. I just have to say something about the black hole coverage Estee, I thought it was so refreshing to look at the headline online for a moment. It wasn't people yelling at each other. It wasn't. So in trying to throw someone in jail. It wasn't someone trying to stay out of jail. It was something about people. Using their their their brains and their passion to give some scientific facts about something. We've heard about our entire lives. We can see a picture of it that to me is a fabulous headline to look at and the other really cool part about this whole thing is that the technology that gave us this photo was created by a woman, doctor, Katie Bellman vacated. Louis fischel Twitter account of the morning show. Search for Elvis Durant show on Twitter and follow us now LV strain in the morning. Oh, it's Elvis Duran saving money with groupon is easy. Everything you need to save. Big is right there on your groupon app. Save big on family bowling night or a relaxing massage. Right in your own neighborhood. Save up to one hundred dollars a week on what you do everyday. Download the groupon app. And save groupon. And if you're listening downstairs in front of our building BTS isn't till tomorrow. I guarantee that we camper people camping out. Yeah. I know the police department. Thank you the first precinct downtown here in Tribeca, New York. I mean, they are they've always been so great to us and we've taken donuts to them from time to time. And anyway, they're already setting up for tomorrow be S will be here in if you know BT, and you know, about to BT us army. You know, it's something to be reckoned with. I mean, it's gonna be a lot of people. We're honored to have them come to the show tomorrow. And they're gonna be here for a few minutes, then they're running running as fast as possible. Some some tunnel. We're building below. Building a tunnel below two. They can escape to the Hudson river anyway, so BTS will be here tomorrow. And they'll be in town all all week because they're at Saturday Night Live Saturday. What else is going on? Oh. So Gandhi and scary and a few others from our family are traveling to Singapore this weekend flying Newark to Singapore. They're going to change airport, you should even leave the airport because when I went to that import it was a destination. It was really this is an airport. Wonderful and on rainforest. I mean, that's that's nothing. They got they got so much more than that. I mean, it's it's to the point where I would challenge you to go Singapore and never leave airport L, right? Get out and touch some animals. You're gonna go to the overnight zoo late night zoo. Yes, not turn on safari that we're gonna do and there's supposedly a little brunch with wildlife that I'm very excited if we can do that because they're like infants in Oregon, you may not come back live there. If someone let's play with the baby arena tan, I quit. Is just beautiful. And if you've never if you've never traveled to Asia, and I hadn't when we went to Singapore. It's what a great of entry into into that. We're because it's all it's mostly English speaking, it's the cleanest most beautiful beautiful place. And the shopping has great everything is over the top food is five to the market where they filmed crazy rich Asians are going to try all that food that he's right the hawker stalls. Mike cousins have an over under on how many times I should be caned by the time. I leave don't. Don't don't even joke about that. Because they'll be they'll meet you the airport with the cane. No, you're gonna fly. Singapore Airlines, which is an experience it so not to twenty nineteen hour flight to nineteen ever flight. I would do anything to have our flight thinking that might be the best leap you ever yet. Colonoscopy hall. Why heard Singapore Airlines does that? So. Any what an airline so anyway, enjoy your trip, and I know you'll be checking into let great. Great. So why you're on the plane? I want to give you a gift. The gift of audiobooks from audible now have you downloaded your automobile app. I have. If you don't have time to sit down and crack a book, but you want to read or experience a story about audible is the way to go. I'm going to give you each an audible gift card, you LV. When you want to read scary. I got I want my books out till October. First. Kevin hart. I can't make this up. I also want Amy Schumer is the girl at the lower back tattoo because I'm catching up on my comedians and Tina phase bossy pants, I think all three all three of them are narrated by them on audible. Yes yawn. Audible your audible app. What are you gonna? What are you gonna listen for your book will this can be a longer flying? Anyway, audible soon to be a partner of ours. We love him. If you want to start a thirty day trial. Choose an an audio book or two audio originals whatever absolutely free. Download your audible app today. Air pots to I'm sorry. I can't hear you bring some air pods with that. I did not know. Really just say, thank you. Thank you. Seriously. You're gonna love Singapore. Speaking the books now, I looked on the looked on the Amazon chart to see how far I was in the top ten I'm currently at number forty four thousand if we could pump up those numbers that. Forty thousand four hundred forty two okay. If I could pump up till sales a little bit, look, I know it isn't October for the first eight was was out. We were number one for a few minutes. It was great. But I can't wait. I'm going to narrate my own book, which is going to be weird. I stutter Hake. I don't know never done it. I don't know. I wonder stuttering problem mispronouncing. What's that straightened? I think it'd be more interesting to hear like Morgan Freeman tell your story you could pick someone like any famous person to narrated who would you pick straight? To tell your story could take ten seconds of that. And then I move on. I would want to Bianca l-, Johnny. That would take a long time a round trip to sing. So anyway, I people are asking the other night will this book. What do you tell us potentially? I can't. But I want you to read it because it's it is interesting stuff that we never talk about here. I'll tell you that there is some stuff about about the the stars that come through some of the backstory's behind some of the interviews. We've done like is there a story about the film star who gave you a little bit of alcohol or the one who who messed with me and maybe head house until room. Yes. It is in there. I can't wait. I spill enough for you. Do you say the name? No, you just whatever. All right. So. Yeah, anyone else questions is the story about you having adult relations on the hood of a car while a Klan rally was going on in the distance too late to get that in there. I should put that in. He had to remind you of that. Head of quite an eventful life. Yeah. Having having relations on the hood of my Toyota Celica while across the tree line. There was a fire burning burning across its clan meeting. See I have not heard me thing. I should add that that's actually told the story. The funny thing that they had hoods on and you were on a hood on. What about the time you've found a Barbie Hsu, and you're under wear is that milk duds? What did you found one milk? Dud underwear in the Barbie Hsu was in the colonoscopy. Yeah. Oh, yeah. The questions I've lived a crazy life. It goes all the way back to my childhood. How it got into radio and almost burned the house down gateway. My mom's a cake. What will you be narrating, and can you share with us just one of the chapter titles? Yes. There is a chapter called Houston. I have a problem. I liked that. We'll leave it at that. Okay. I will tell you. Because of that time in Houston. I have very little septum in my nose. There's a lot of your childhood like high school. There's a little bit of high school stuff in there about how you know. I was out. I was out gay guy in high school in only one person gave me grief. I was actually very lucky really. Because my story of coming out was very uneventful. Thank god. Because today, I see what kids are going through people going through as they come out. And they have these these horror stories about them living there truth and mine was easy to live. And we go back to the witness the Houston. I have a problem is it about Whitney Houston. Sort of. Kinda wanna you. No not. Anyway, if he won't yes, great. I had a real question. What would the fake the real? Is it a long book like a lot of pages? Thick like a really big one or like thin book. It's not. I mean, it's not like the Thomas Jefferson biography three four hundred patriot. I don't know. I've been counted pictures, you can still you still pre-order it it has three hundred and four pages. That's good. How do you know that? That's that's been read. If you go to Amazon dessert for me, you can order. Don't order the coloring book. That's not what we're selling today. I'm gonna get the cliff notes. Okay. You could do that. We should do that. All right. Are we done talking about me me me? The reason I bring this up his I'd love for you to preorder. It could use your support. We've been great. If I had a book, I would try to talk about every single day your way to cool about it. Well, I don't want to you know, if we did this every day, you know, it would be this every day that that's not very good. Very interesting. I guess my point here is this about you whoever's listening, you have a book in you have stories and just when you think, you know, him all and remember them all someone go. Oh, what about the time that you? Slept with tiger. Oh my God. There is that you know, and over the tiger babies more appropriate. You have stories in you. It may be too. I did a write them down because they're so easy to forget. Seriously. Critique could read several books can start it. Danielle. What do you have going? All right. So the late nipsy hustle will be remembered in L A today celebration of life. The memorial service of the rapper will be held at the Staples Center starting at ten AM. It will be followed by public processions with the streets of south LA. And we know it will be a celebration of his life. But it will be a very sad occasion as well. On speaking of nipsy hustle. It looks like the council should rename interest. This intersection after him they're actually putting in change dot org petition they really want. This intersection to be named after the late rapper, nipsy hustle. Wilty of it happened. It looks like nipsy hustle square will be something. So that would be pretty cool. The twenty nineteen met gala does not happen till may six, but we already know some of the star. That Anna Wintour has chosen to work behind the scenes with lady Gaga, Harry style. Serena Williams wearing this year. Oh my gosh. I don't know. I'm hoping that, you know, one of these fabulous designers will come through with a great gown for me. You know, I don't just don't even know worrying Schweppes. Are you found? I'll be on my cats. Be fashion forward all my couch. We were actually talking about this with Billy is when we were on the iheartradio red carpet. And now she's talking about she was speaking to a breakfast show in England about this. She said that she used when she watched the Spice Girls movie growing up. She thought that the characters were just in the movie, she didn't realize the Spice Girls were like a real band in real life. And it wasn't until recently to realize that Israel characters in the movie they were. Yeah. It's crazy. Right. And she didn't know she was little when it came out longtime totally oh even alive when it came out. Yeah. I don't think so American horror story, drop, the terrifying. Teaser title for season nine it's called American horror story nineteen Eighty-four, and it really looks like it's going to be just like Halloween, and Freddie, Freddie, Krueger like running through the woods with a knife those crazy movies that I love to watch can't slash fill flash. Like, Disney and this lash. I have the two sides like it's kind of strange. I Justin Bieber. He re tweeted a little Dicky's post Tuesday new song video next week. It looks like this is going to be Justin's. First songs is no brainer, which he released lashed ally. It will be exciting to see if he's part of this project. I think he is going to be. So we'll definitely yes. We'll we'll see what happens there Yankees near gang. He's worth four point six billion dollars for just came out with their you know, how much the MLB teams are worth and the Yankees. Once again, a one four point six billion republics, a grocery store chains with a little more. Is it? Thirty six billion last year. Crazy available star in Sony's. New Cinderella movie were so excited for it. Actually is an idea that James corden came up with she's going to be involved with the music for the project, and it's going to be a very music oriented version of Cinderella. Love it Cam. She's perfect car. We love her so much store in cinder FILA. Okay. Thank you love pay. Kevin. What's going on good morning while listen to your voice? Absolutely. It's great. Maybe you should narrate my book. Oh, no, no. We need. I need you guys to get James Earl Jones. Marriage here. Let me see what he's like when we all bodies become the grass and the antelope eat, the grass, and so we all connected in the great circle of life. I can't hear James Earl Jones reading and one night. We did so much blow. We almost pet heart attacks. Kevin. He does have the world's best voice doesn't. And you have a great way to we like your voice. Thank you listening. Go preorder it's called where do I begin? All right, man. Thanks a lot. Thank you. Did we mention BT 's here tomorrow? All right thought, I remind you just in case you. The morning shows of fischel YouTube channel, go to YouTube search Elvis Durant show in subscribed today. Kelly story in the morning show. A pretty good morning, right? Even if you have a great morning celebrate it, and I'll tell you how on the second. Even if you're having the worst morning ever. You're having one of those days like a Monday on Thursday wake up to Taco Bell making your breakfast for a dollar one dollar grilled breakfast, burritos filled with your breakfast favorites. Like, fluffy eggs is you're getting better with one of them about. It's making me. Happy your choice of bacon, sausage, or potatoes. Now, I'm having a better day Taco Bell can do it. It's only on taco Bell's morning, valium, Elvis Durant. L historian in the morning show. I love getting definition for things. I've questions about yesterday was having a conversation with the friend. What's the difference between a casual hookup in a casual relationship? Do you know the difference now Gandhi? I would imagine one of them involves like dates and feelings, and the other one's just we meet and get it on I know herpes now you've got herpes from both casual hookup is a sexual relationship. A casual relationship also has sex, but also involves some feelings in there. But, but it's casual meaning what's the difference between a casual relationship, and a legitimate dating thing, you know, I don't know that's the tough one. And then if you're in a casual relationship, can you have a casual relationship with someone else. Well, I think you can I guess I guess in a casual relationship there's. Commitment. You don't know label, but you can have feelings I feel like lucky ticket territory because a casual and feelings to me do not go together. It was kind of a cake and eating it too. I feel like the casual relationship is what I have going on with Mr. six seven. I know you call it a casual yeah. But you still if you found out he was with someone else. You would be very butthurt over I have punch him. Okay. So. We all know this is it's goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway because this is what we do for a living. We say things, right. Two people in a relationship. One of you is more into it than the other. That's always that way. Unless it's a hookup, right? If it's a hookup, you bang out your gun, but casual relationships there, usually is one person who could be a little more into it than the other. Doesn't mean you're either gonna be wants to walk down the aisle. This not what I'm saying. Right. But that's funny. 'cause you know, you think it's just a casual do it. And we're done I'll cook. Right. You know? I really think you're great. Okay. Bye. But defined there with someone else. You're like. Yeah. Not. Yeah. No, not okay. At all. I would be really upset if I found that out right now, I would be, but if we have a discussion, and then kind of come to terms of things, and it would be different another way to determine if it's a casual hook up or a casual relationship what time of day. Do you get together? Oh, if it's always late late late at night. I think that's more of a hookup think. So it sometimes at night. Okay. Maybe it's a little more serious cash. Be seen with you in public. Okay. Then that's horrible. Don't even have a casual hook up with that called. That called what's scary? I think it's passion hook up the casual relationship has the feelings. But then she pulls you aside to have the talk. And now, you're no longer in a casual relationship, you're a step beyond that. Okay. So let's have the talk now Gandhi. And I we've been seeing each other for couple of months now. Yeah. And it's like what four times a week. Sometimes call would know here's here's here's the question. Ready? What is this L what he wanted to be a little bit? Do you ever get out? There was a good answer. My favorite is. If they ask me, what is this? I say that's a good question. Which means it's not what you think it is. How do you answer? How do you answer and remain the casual relationship versus answer? And then it's over just I'm loving just the way it is right now just like meeting up and having a good time. And then going separate ways, I love that. It really is great like this right now. So he'll so are you hooking up with other people? than drive to be honest. I have to be honest to be honest. What if you go away, and I don't want you to. I if Daniel if I'm in a casual relationship, can I lie you about seeing the cannot lie period to anyone ever casual relationship on lie. I that's what I think if you're in a casual relationship, you should be able to be honest about it. Right. Like, you should be able to get get butthurt about it. Not. They might. Okay. I'm glad we had this on the computer. So whereas. What is this casual all of it? How many times has someone? You're loving being casual would say what is this beginning of the end. Yes. That was fun. Totally. I I am never the person to bring it up because I never want to address it as we've established here. Freaks me out. All just wait for someone else to bring it up or just will never speak again. It's great. So here's what I say. You do just to end it quickly. If someone's your loving the casual hookup or relationship, casual and they say to you what is this? What does this mean to you say to them? Oh, I guess it's done now. Standing feeling just move. Yeah. Maybe we'll get into this later. I love talking about relationships because you know, we all have been in them or in them or would like to be in another one or like to be in a different one everyone has questions because new and unique things happen in everybody's relationship that you're like, wait a second. Yep. Has this happened to you? That's me. Am I the only one Ramone, you're not all right with that says feel free to text? If you want fifty five one hundred people hating over say, okay. Whatever you know to each his own. We all have different ways of living our lives. Don't hang your crap on me. And I'm not I'm giving you my opinion. I don't say you have to follow it probably shouldn't. The top of the charts giving you the number one songs in different genres of our favorite music here in the United States. And then we're going to travel to different countries today. Today's countries in their different every week, Croatia, Morocco, Thailand, Brazil and Israel. Let's go. We'll start with you Gandhi. All right. What is the number one top forty song in America phev in rings, Arianna ground? Perfect. Danielle. What does Aren be hip hop song? I'll town role gnaws. Excellent. Favorites. Okay. Hey nate. Yes. What's dance song in America? Your buddy marshmallow and best deal. Copier? He says being very. Ville scary. What's the number one rock song in America? I hope from panic at this. Of course. That froggy. What's the number one country song is that I'm red Necker than you know? I'm going to song and the country chart is Luke combs and beautiful. Crazy. Crazy k. All right now ready for me to Ripley's to shreds. Yes, croatia. The number one song there is by Severino. It's called yellow Rana. I think. Maybe it's Benji LA Rana. Maybe all right. The number one song Morocco is by many mosaic. In morocco. They're dancing to the number one song called Khalidi fee Gobi jar. That sounds perfect. We go mail. I don't. Yep. All right. Let's go to Thailand, shall we? That everyone song is by is one is called Violeta. Mabel. Just sing the song. You know what I'm saying? Seeing the word. I don't say that's why I've been listening for from Brazil. God. Can we just okay? I think it's Ving gun con by Luan, Santana and MAC kick kill cackle. That. Amalaj mechanical there, Scott? Scottish mckay. Mc cackle. No, it's mechanical. All right. Great. All right. Okay. Here we go. People texting say, I'm butchering. I know that's the whole point. They do this look like a total idiot. Compare Lee, speak English. Alright in Israel by Neta bars, Eli Barzilai the name of the song is boss baba up. Boss, baba our bosses SABA. Bomba? Sink bosses have a. Above. Get near. It's. Bus upriver baba. Oh, I never do this again. Boss. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. If I ruined your language. So when asked question Elvis, your book can my fourteen year old daughter Rita. Spencer wants to know he's thirteen. He goes mom. I can read Elvis this book right on my own. All it's not awful. I mean, there's there's some suggestive things in there for my from my suggestive days. For those thing. I think so they know. But I don't want you walk into near one day saying, I can't believe what you taught my thirteen year old. Boy, I'm gonna no, no, no, no. That's you're the parent your insurance yesterday. He watched me interview. Chef letting my mom goes. Are you crazy letting them watch that? And then I'm like, I'm like, well, my ten year old doesn't get it. And my thirteen year olds knows about it. So. If they could re if they can watch that taking read my all, right? The three things you need to know Gandhi. What's up? All right. Prince Harry is doing something pretty interesting. He's teaming up with Oprah Winfrey to produce a documentary series all about mental health. He says he really wants to address the issues because he had multiple breakdowns when he was dealing with the death of his mother when he was a child, and he doesn't want people to face the same thing. He wants you to know that there are resources, there's help everywhere. And you're not the only person going through it. Yeah. So that's gonna hit apple TV in a little while Laurie. Laughlin a lot of people saying made a huge mistake. She passed on the plea deal that was offered to her. She wants to take its Royal. So she could face up to twenty years in prison, if found guilty, I bet baffles me, I don't know. I did it. Some people are saying she thought that it was all joke. Like, oh, yeah. I I don't know pay to get your girl in college. You should pay to get your ass out of jail. If you catching for sore. Also, she has a show on the hallmark channel as well. It's going to continue obviously without her and finally the newest trend four music. Festival season. We're all excited about it. It's the gene thong. Can we're not excited phones. Yes. To wash Donna, by the way. Now, you can't wash your phone. Daniel don't want that. Not only are they actually kind of hideous. We were talking about how that's gotta be the most uncomfortable material to have up in that area, next sequins and the Victoria secret diamond underwear that look the pictures. Oh god. That up my but were under the phone is just a phone. I don't know. What's happening? All of that. That's one of the three things we need to know. Well, I just want everyone to know that if you see people walking around denim phones. Don't be shocked. Thank you. Take a break you could do Google on denim. You'll see what we're looking at. All right. Your day. Brody phone tap is next. The morning shows of Bischel YouTube channel you to search Elvis Durant show in subscribed today. LB story in the morning show. You're like me, and you dread the time it takes to fall asleep. You gotta try the new Zeke will pure Z's melatonin Gumy's. There are drug free blend of botanical ingredients like lavender and camomile to help you fall asleep naturally and wake up without that, groggy, nece and taste great too. Phone Elmes, Elvis to Randy Elvis Duran phone tap. All right Brody. What's your phone tap about Elvis listener? Caitlyn wanted a phone tap for debt. Neil Neil has a classic corvette, which he babies, and she feels he treats better than the members of the family. And so it was in the shop for a couple of days for some minor tune-ups nightclub from the shop to say some things may have gone wrong with that theory. There's a problem. All right. Hey, Neil Jimmy from walked back Mirage. What's going on today? You good. Yeah. I let you know we had to order the Fender. So it's going to be like, I would say three weeks. So you'd have to give us electric wait a morning what spend their what are you talking about offender? Will you know, the dented Fender you have on the car you want that replace right because we can't fix it. We will know the carburetor none the carbon is not dented. It just needs to be replaced the fenders dented follow along here. Neil. No. You wait a minute. There's no in. No fender. There's no end offense, my friend. There's a dent. But when you get better it's going to be like new, I promise I can't rush offended from China that China, take your what are your? What are you talking about kinda guy? I tried look and feel offended locally could get one guy. My name is Neil. My name is high chief look to me if guy and you do not replace a damn thing on my car without me, giving you my faith belt. And there was Fender that ever got dented. So it doesn't need to be replaced, and it's going to replace anything on the car. You do not order it from China. You want Korean that's gonna take longer? I don't want anything in any Pan Pacific country ever to go into that game caught. But that that is classic American. Call it nineteen Seventy-three thought about that before you wreck the front of the call, man. I'm just trying to help you out for Chuck on the phone. I want them to phone on. We're talk on the phone. He's in Aruba like a week and a half rubel. Let me let me talk to my guy in Riquet hang on a second. Hold on real. In your home damage, the call, but I'm trying to convince him. He he makes the call who I'm gonna give the Fender disguise. He's an idiot. I'm going to tell me what the car and went back. I got to give him the cheap bender ever made its paper. Michelle stopping your hold on me idiot. Put a cove Eddie probably a small penis. Hello. What you high talked to my guy in Rica? He says he knows the guy might get you the defenders sooner. But it's all good though. Listen, no. You know, what a new or do you wanna say me, I got to get a call raider in tuneup and negative. You gotta go to Korea. You gotta go to China wanna speak. It's not. I don't care. He's in Aruba. I want him on the phone right now. Hey, the lead seniors, you know, what I heard the whole conversation within I know that he did the car because it didn't probably don't hold your moron. I don't like attitude. You know, what let me tell you something like Riad imitate something pound. I'll tell you what your own attitude. You can set up your own really. Oh, yeah. Let me let me know. I didn't even notice this earlier your side mirrors broken you signed him a haven wheel. Why don't you? Tell us your headlight was broken. I look at them. Both broken. In combat. What are you doing that? But I call anything I just have to replace the hood. Now looking. Away from their famous. You're a hammock twice trunk. Who am I talking to right now who am I talking to right now? K Linney there. Yeah. Hey, neil. My name's daybreak Nelson. The morning show. Caitlyn I of phone tapping. It's a prank the sound effect. It's not actually caught my dad's my God. Okay. Oh my God. I got to go. I think. Gonna throw up. I have an idea for a phone tap Elvis. Duran dot com. Click on the phone tap tap. Tell us what you want to do this hotel crew recorded with permission granted by all. Participants of Email Duran phone tab on Elvis Duran in the morning show. Tomorrow BT s will be here. I just saw him having a meeting big security meeting with the police department. The police department. Getting secret service involved. Boy, let guys walking around with earpieces. It's gonna be big BTS. I mean this. I I haven't seen this much preparation for an arrival since I've started at this radio station freight, and I will tell you they're in town to do Saturday Night Live, and we're very honored to have them here. And I said earlier I love what BTS is doing. And that they're fan army is so huge. And so global BTS is like a global franchise, and they are pulling all corners of the world together to unify and love their music. You know? What's that? What's that? He's going to say the behind the scenes here is crazy. Yeah. ATS to you. What was the new one? We learned yesterday. It's not like a like L O, Al. It's not nevermind just so, you know, just so, you know, just you know, j white k means just, you know, but isn't that the same as f y there's? Just the same thing. Do you still have friends that will say L O L out loud? Yes. Why do they do that? I have a lot. And I have a lot of friends who say walls. They should not be your friends. Myself sometimes. God he will have lunch together. And look each other Lila's. It's a horse. I mentioned, but but I hate, you know, I get an LL from Alex. I know he's not laughing out loud. So why are you lying to me L willing when you're not technically laughing at low tech something back, right? If I'm actually laughing loud, I'll type of bunch of eight to eighty eight. I write back. I'm cackling because I usually has the most maniacal texting laugh. That's right. A half patch. One more Daniel report, what do you have going well Prince, Harry and Prince William may not be as close as we think they are currently they're on different paths, and they do different things and unless you see them public. They don't spend too much time together. No in insider said that Prince William cautioned Prince, Harry that things are moving too quickly with Meghan Markle remarry and that yes. But at the four they were married and that tensions kind of started. Then in the Royal family my brothers because I am the long lost Royal Royal, people magazine actually said that someone told them that things got worse. When Harry told his family he wanted to marry mega mega mega less than a year after they were dating. You know, my real last name is Windsor Elvis wins wins. So let's talk about Drake Wednesday. He was in concert in Canada. He announced that he's going to start recording his next project. It'll be his sixth studio album lotta people very excited about this. Can't wait for that to happen of vendors. Endgame sold five times as many tickets in its first week on Dongo as Infinity war, congratulations. If you haven't gotten tickets you need to get him. So our planet that's the docu series that shows the effects of climate change on earth wildlife net. 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The Transformational (Garden) Art Of Jasna Guy

Cultivating Place

56:44 min | 5 d ago

The Transformational (Garden) Art Of Jasna Guy

"Hey, it's Jennifer last week cultivating plays put out a listener support challenge and I am humbled and so very grateful for the response. We are well on our way to making our one hundred new sustains donors by the end of this third quarter and the second half of this challenging and Transformative Year of twenty twenty. As the independent Creator and producer of cultivating place I'm really proud to have a home on public radio where open access a foundational part of the Ethos, and I'm honored that the podcast has almost forty thousand listens each month. We as gardeners are often equal parts, introvert and extrovert. We like our thinking and being time in the garden, but we also need the company of the plants, the creatures, the seasons, and one. Another I love being part of your community in your silence end in your social. Our this work in this form relies on your support, the community of listeners who value these dialogues to grow. Thank you truly to all of you out there who support this program monthly for those of you who are not yet sustaining listeners. Please consider investing to make a one time gift or sign up as a sustaining monthly donor. Followed the support button at the top right hand corner of any page at cultivating place. Dot. com. Any donation amount from five dollars to five dollars. A month makes a meaningful difference to making this program. You tune into possible, join US click the support button at the top right hand corner of any page at cultivating place, Dot Com, and together, we will keep growing. Even better now for our conversation with the artists and creative Jasmina Guy, you're gonNA love this one. This is cultivating place I'm Jennifer Joel. I am very pleased to welcome to the program today, an artist and a thinker, and a creative, and a connector who I have long admired in both how she sees and how she thinks about the world around us, specifically, the plants and B.'s we so love and are so interested in helping and supporting in these times. Jazz. Nagai it is such a pleasure to have you with me today. Welcome. Thank you. Jennifer. It's such a pleasure to be here I think of you as an artist I. Think of you as a scientist and I, and whether that's a citizen scientist or a gardiner scientists doesn't matter to me. I think of you as someone who just? Really. Considers the the finest of details in. The things you look at and the systems they represent, will you please describe for listeners, Jasmina how you define yourself, what? What, what is your relationship to plants and their insects and these garden systems we love. Okay. So. I I look at myself as an artist as an educator indefinitely as a citizen scientist both in terms of the plants, those I study and also bees. So, to put it, simply I explore the relationship between bees and flowers through science and art. On. The one hand I spend my time in the field observing bees and learning about the floral resources they need for survival. And on the other hand, there is this long meandering process of sketches, dissections, photos, studies, and drawings that formed the basis of my two dimensional works on paper. Like the large blue meadow, for example, that I'm creating for the High Desert Museum. And also, there are those creaky little video animations that combine photography and drawing, and that explores some small aspect of be flower relationships or maybe there was just some purely botanical inspiration there. But altogether through these art making processes. What I hope is really to share my enthusiasm for them and to engage viewers in the wonders of nature. So, when you say you are an artist and you mention you refer to the blue meadow, can you specifically describe for listeners what your art consists of what it looks like and what it's characterized by so that they can get a sense if they haven't. Senior work. What it is that I see in my mind's eye when you refer to it. Okay so To, talk about the blue metal, it's composed of drawings and specimens actually dried specimens which have scanned and put them together. Into into a composition. And? I wanted to represent this meadow not in the in the ordinary way in which we might encounter a meadow in color. But to do it in a in a form that that. Transforms, and reinterprets this idea. In the inspiration for that, came from my work with. And so yeah, types, I love the way. Sano. Types. Represent flowers and you know it's such a technique for documenting. Botanical. Specimens. In, you know my idea was really to go directly into the field. To into do the same types in the field there. But that turned out to be a really big disaster because it was either to cloudy or it started to rain when I had my papers out or a got wendy and blue all the specimens away. So that was really quite a disaster. I had to look up another motive representation for this idea. So. That's how I came upon first of all turning everything into black and white. And then enhancing it by inverting the images so that they look more like. xrays kind of translucent, and then putting a blue filter on top of that. That would kind of play on this scientist kind of idea. So, when I see them in a in my mind's eye, the are very much like an ethereal x Ray, and so they are both the thing whether it's a flower or a B with flour, and they are the idea of that thing. Yes in its in its. Processes and in its places. So. This. Creativity, in which you. Choose a botanical specimen. And or an associated creature. And you begin to work with it is the. Sort of place in which you're art exists right now, before we go deeper into that and the the wise in the House Chasma, take us back a little bit where where do you live now? Where were you born and raised and what what grew you liqueur the people in plants in places that grew into a person for whom this would be your chosen expression. While Jennifer. That's a lot lot. You have to go back very far because. I'm actually rather advanced in age, but I'll to. Here. So, so I was born in in Croatia. And we came to Canada. In the late nineteen fifties. We were political refugees from at the time communism. and. So I had all of my education in North America in British. Columbia to be exact. And you know what are was. Always, you know that art impulse was always there and you know as a child I drew and I did some painting cin. Throughout my younger years, I had a few classes at the local art school. and. I knew that I really wanted. My life to be in our I just didn't know how to incorporate that. So. After High School I studied art history at university. and. Followed that by getting married and having a child having family that university I was studying Italian Renaissance, art I did a teaching degree after and I was an art teacher for about fifteen years so. You know this. So teaching was a wonderful experience totally engrossing. In in a well, I gained so much from working with young people. It means their energy level is extraordinary their creativity. It was wonderful. However, it did leave very little time for you know, sustain personal art making. So it means the big change for me came at around the year two, thousand and five. This is in terms of my relationship to art making. I resigned from teaching. My son was grown and you know what? Pretty well launched by that time. I study I started a Master's program at university. So that's kind of in kind of in a nutshell, the background many people fall under the the beautiful umbrella of art. But not all of them fall under the umbrella of. Botanical Art. Talk about the journey from. Being an art teacher and. Going to get your masters in art and choosing to engage in the art you engage in. Are you a gardener what brought you to your devotion really to botanical art and the processes of pollination ecology and floral resources and bees specifically B.'s Jasmina? I. Am a gardener to begin with and my mother was a gardener. She needs. She was kind of a haphazard Gardner, but she had a lot of different kinds of flowers and she grew a lot of vegetables. So there was always that might background, but I must admit that when I was younger, I wasn't that interested in her garden and her gardening, it always seemed like a Lotta work. But. Just. To go back to how. You know. It's interesting when I said that I had this big change in and I devoted myself time to art. One of my very first projects was based upon roses and rose. Petals. And it was, it was a project which was. It was a project of morning in actual fact because when I started the masters degree I had Some very one interesting wonderful teachers, but one of those teachers was the most influential for me. Her name was Dr Cheryl. Missouri's. And you know she, she created these courses for us that took place right in the gallery. So we would look at at art and She created spaces of interpretation of of a relational engagement, of education. And I found this very inspiring this. There was this combination of feminist studies, Cultural Studies and philosophy and that I was exceedingly enriching. Sadly, Cheryl passed away a few years later from breast cancer. And? You know I did not know how to deal with the grief. And had had a process those emotions in a, you know the question that was constantly in my mind, you know between the tiers and the horrible sadness was, how could I transform this work of morning? So. I looked at how we mourn in. How will be member others who have died. Culturally, you know the monuments funerals foundations that are set up for them. Libraries that are dedicated to them, the symbols that we use for morning. And I I look I. Took One of our wickedest symbols of love and loss the red. Rose. And I thought about how Cheryl had informed. Me influenced me in that was through her work. Her were Konchalovsky. and. So I took one of the books that she used in our class work call. John Luke Nancy's the ground, the image and I decided that over the course of one year. I would. Combine these two aspects, the Rose pedals with the philosophy and I started with a dozen roses I, remove all of the pedals and then one by one with a fine stylus I tattooed. That is tiny little holes to form letters, words in sentences onto each rose pedal. In I did this until I finish. The entire text of non sees ground of the image and his work is enigmatic I, find it nick, matic, and poetic the his writings on aesthetics. So. For example, he'd have. I would extract little bits, which is, which is what I still doing with the writers and poets. For example, on one rose pedal, there might be something like the image touches, dross extracts or another one, a place without place or perhaps a third. This paste of words, these pedals stuck to the tongue. Blue fior, fleur, flower. I mean those. Those kinds of little phrases were exceedingly evocative for me. So this is what I actually did. Thousands of rose petals, hundreds of days. This was a totally immersive experience filled with both love and loss in this in this project allowed me to explore new. A new places of representation I took risks on what art could be and I also made mistakes in the process. But. Using these rose pedals as a medium was absolutely fascinating. The red color like. It would come off onto my fingers as I was tattooing. The texture of the pedals themselves, you know it's like the texture. Flesh. In the sound of the stylus penetrating the tissue, you know it's like wounding in scarring the tender tissue so. The. Fragrance even you know sometimes, it was very head hetty depending on where I got the roses. Ended, other. Times they would be delicate. But even the dried pedal said, I. still have these tattoo grows pedals, the fragrances still there. It was truly a multi sensory experience of touching. Truly thousands of pedals. That I went through and it was astounding to work. And and you did this for one full year. I actually did it more than one year because once I finished that. Book started on another one change, the color of the Rose Petals. I changed it to white because I had. I had transformed through this process of working. I'd actually transformed the grief. And use the used the art as a form of transformative engagement. I'm Jennifer. Jewel. And this is cultivating place. Jasmine guy is an artist whose visionary and little work is based in close observation of the plants and pollinators. Specifically, B.'s her ethereal representations bring heightened, understanding and awareness. We'll be right back for more with Jasmina stay with us. He. It's Jennifer. I can see her can't you Jasmina at a desk or a table hunched over her array of rose petals carefully, and mindfully piercing and tattooing words of love and loss into each individual pedal composting and transforming loss and grief into art and beauty and new memories overlaid onto previous memories. As I think of this I think last week's conversation with calling Southwell of the garden curator and her deep belief in the importance of the stories are gardens, hold I wonder. Isn't this? What were each doing in our own ways in our gardens? We are piercing and tattooing, and narrating an overlaying our stories. In plants and flowers, and arrangements, and seed, and soil onto this earth for us to hold. For us to recognize ourselves evermore clearly. We are our gardens, the physical reality of our gardens and the grandest greatest ideas of them. We are the gardeners and the storytellers and the seeds of the many gardeners stories to come. We are writing our life stories each and every day. EPIC, tragic, humorous, romantic, silly, malleable, and also very, very durable. Even when our gardens fade behind us the shadows of their memories, their ghosts are still there. Written. Did you know that with carbon testing, the lines of shrubberies and pathways, trees, and different perennials and cultivated crops even can be distinguished in their places. Many hundreds, sometimes thousands of years later. From the so-called waffle gardens of indigenous peoples on the High Plains near advocate new, Mexico to the lost gardens of Helen. Garden Stories are written everywhere. All around us. We're back now with croatian-born British Columbia botanical artist Jazz Nagai, her photograph, Esque cyanogen type like x Ray like grow explorations into the world of pollination and be and flower relationships is revolutionary. Out where where do you go next after these? Words and Rose Petals, after this experience, I still worked with rose petals for quite some time expanded the project. I actually started printing the Rose Petals. So I went from the literally from the tiny or the miniature to the gigantic. And I did a library project based upon that where I took the books that Cheryl used for her PhD thesis. I, went to the library. I. Sought out each book one by one. And then read chapter or two or even the entire book and placed transcribed inscribed Rose Petal into the book as a memento. Of, share. and. That project. Sorry. I still. Well. Up with emotion I. Think I would imagine. Yeah. Very, very poignant and. Personal Yeah So I was a great opportunity to actually exhibit some of the works there in tie with fellow artists Cindy much sukey created a video that interpreted the the capital rose pedal projects in a different way than the two dimensional works did. So that was fabulous. And then you know from from the Rose Pedals I. I started I started listening and paying more attention to the environment without a doubt looked out from. You know from the year, these years of really looking in and being focused on myself and my grief, I started looking more outside in nature and being in my garden. And of course, that time also ham honeybees were very much in the news. And I started my kind of the research into the botanical 's and into bs with with with the honeybees. You know, I'm sure you remember having seen headlines like five million. Loss or? Beekeepers. Losing two thousand highs in hardly a week would go highway. We wouldn't see headlines that splashed over across the newspapers or. Over the radio. Yes. I remember it very vividly. Very viscerally. Yes. it was quite astounding resident and remains. So yes. So so I thought. Okay. It doesn't. Absolutely still, it's still remains. So and actually the problem is far more complex. You know. Once we start including all of our our thousands of to be species realize how complex the issues are. So. It'll I even wanted to be a beekeeper I. Took this lovely cornerstone on beekeeping. From this gentle teacher, his name is Brian Campbell. And I thought I'm going to save the bees. Baker. And there were so many aspects of honeybees that attracted me. You know the fact that they live on flowers most of the time. that. They collected pollen, how they collected it. The production of your whacks in the the gorgeous honey cone's architectures amazing in their complex colony structures. And? Nectar collecting nectar, turning it into honey. That's wonderful. Astounding amazing. Yeah. It's magic in a in a powerful way of. Yeah. It's. It's incredible. Again, you know in terms of of of questions, they asked How how could I represent this this new passion, this new love, and in new interest in how can I interpreted visualize it, visualize it in, take it into. A different space of exploration. So I thought about this idea of the high. So I was still working with honeybees at the time and I thought wow, this is amazing. You know what you think of a colony consists of about fifty thousand bees. That's astounding in. A So I'd that concept and I needed a mode of representation that would have the possibility of repetition to say needed to do fifty thousand of them. Oh. Okay. So I chose relief printmaking and I made myself these tiny little stamps out of you know the the relief. It's like a rubber material that you can buy at an art store and I would carve his tiny little B.'s about a an inch across. Out of out of the sat material so that I would be able to stamp them. Then, I created a design for myself based upon flowers on Baroque floral patterns in I in large the design to be like a huge carpet because. I had to do fifty thousand of things. So I was I gain. Here I am I'm working from this miniature. You know the tiny tiny bees and doing something really really huge. So I worked on pieces of lovely Japanese. So tissue paper, it was, it's a hero paper, totally translucent anti stamped in my design of beast in in sections because I, you know my my studio has about a nine by nine wall. So I can only work on nine by nine sections. The paper was about eighteen by twenty four. And I had. When I as I worked on the process, I had about three hundred pieces of this paper done printed with bees. The finished size was about forty feet by fifty feet. while. I after printing each section, each piece I would then dip it into melted beeswax. So it brought up that you know that sensory aspect of it not only did did the the paper itself feel like Rose Pedal. So you know a delicate cereal because it had been dipped in. At the thin paper had been dipped beeswax, but it was fragrance and when the when the work was exhibited, it was a walk into the room and that's what you could smell was free grids. Of Flowers. Of Nectar Wow GESTA. Along with this. Be Project I also discovered in with my reading 'cause I studied our cultural historical background. And relationship with honeybees. I discovered this wonderful magical, which was created by Reverend Charles Butler in Britain and about sixteen thirty. I think it was. He wrote this magical call. The Feminine. Monarchy. So it's a four part acapella peace and he wrote it. Partly, by recreating the sounds that vs make that buzzer piece I was just thrilled with that. Wow. Yeah. When I first started working on this piece. Got The great opportunity to show it even in in the beginning stages of it. in an exhibition called cultivate. And it was a group exhibition with. Eighteen other artists who work worked with a focus on the environment. So it was all to do with nature for me. That word brings together. It speaks to the spaces in the spaces that are both physical tethered two years, and then our conceptual spaces. We cultivate ourselves spiritually emotionally intellectually through our gardens through nature that word cultivate stayed with me. Alway- to the present day in in. For the exhibition in last year in anticipation used quotation from Robert Harrison's book called Gardens and essay on the human condition as part of the installation on the wall in the quotation reads, it is not for nothing that the word culture has its roots in soil. That's yes. Yes. Yes, and it's exactly why I chose the title of my program Yes. So yeah, that's a beautiful synchronicity. You've been at this work for a long time now, and it keeps sort of expanding and morphing little bit, and it's fabulous to watch like following your your you know technical work on instagram. And then your visual work on your website in the exhibits and I was so so sad to not be able come. See The exhibit in person in the Pacific northwest this past spring. But so talk about your most recent the work, how you are creating it, and in some of the goals and hopes you have around Jasmina. It I was so thrilled when Rebecca Alexander invited me to show at, at Washington, at the Elizabeth. Miller Library it's beautiful location, the Carton Surf Make Netflix I thought what is Opportunity to do that and so. We talked about what I might be able to to include in this exhibition. So I've got some of my black and white bass. Botanically imagery got some of my my actually dissection drawings, botanical drawings, which I really just call sketches end I've got. I put in a few sections from the big piece that was exhibited in twenty, fifteen, the printmaking peace. And also I included the newest work that I'm doing now the blue piece Bee's and related to those blue Luby's. I have be specimens that are in the exhibit and that were created were were done by Dr Don Ross and his assistant Lisa Robinson, and they're very, very beautiful specimens there done in a way which not many people do here in North America by having the wings kind of expanded just like you would for A. Specimen. He takes. It takes a lot more work to do that, and so this is what Don, Ross. Lisa do and when I saw those specimens, I said. I please. Let me come in photograph these. And so I included those. Blue Bees as I call them blue vs because again, I needed a mood representation that would take that would bring something of the invisible to visible and that would would transform the work. So that it wasn't just the be because I knew that Lisa and dawn would would have be specimens on display I. wanted them to have that I wanted to have another eater ration- of them, and that's how he created the Blue Bees and the smaller blue metal behind the peace. They're kind of the backdrop. I'm Jennifer. Jewel and this is cultivating place. Jasmine guy is artist whose visionary and Limina work is based in the close observation of pollination processes around us every day. Everywhere. We'll be right back for more with jasmine stay with us. Okay. So thinking out loud this week. You will know why I say this. Now, once you hear the next section of my conversation with Jasmina. I have very, very few rules as to what a garden is or how a garden should be created or cared for other than to please take on this mantle in life with love. And please don't use poisons. Along with that Oh sisters and brothers of this garden life. One paramount rule of engagement with your garden were my garden or anyone else's garden is this. There is no being mean to the garden. No. Being mean to your garden. Not, in your own mind not to visiting guests not in words or deeds, there is no being mean to the garden. Extrapolate this out some to the whole world of lives in the garden. And this one rule in proves the odds for us all. On. So many life levels. Please be kind to an about your garden. Were back now to our conversation with British Columbia based botanical artist, Jasmina Guy. She looks closely and lovingly into Polynesian Bee and flower relationships in some of the most creative ways. And of course, when you say B.'s we have moved far beyond the honeybee to include. Are. The immensity of you referred earlier to the the issues facing all of our pollinators here represented by the diversity of native bees and the pressure on their habitats on their systems. Talk a little bit more about your. Learning. Process. Like opening up in that way as well, that was a huge pivotal change for me because I was already. So enamored of honeybees and when I discovered that we had over twenty thousand species of native bees worldwide. That you in the US have over three, thousand, six, hundred species and we in British Columbia have close to five hundred species. Native bees that was such a world of opening when I discovered that I took a citizen science course with this. Again, this lovely biologist teacher, Erin Udal and I learned lots from her I met. Lowering. Laurie, widen the Hammer, who is the Madam Speaker in who was working on? On, Victory Gardens for be book at the time with Lori, we traveled up to Kamloops where Lincoln in doll were doing course on native be identification. So Lincoln is a taxonomic who is now working for the Oregon Be Atlas when I look at the the range and the scope that you have included in the floor Lee Jim that was up in Washington, and hopefully will be open to the public again. Walk us through like your processes for choosing the different specimens, the different sizes, and the different representations that we see there including, you know the pinned specimens and then your photographs of botanical 's end, the insects, Jasmina, inuit. Once I started looking more deeply into the flowers themselves in dissecting them what I realized at that point also was that. There were spaces there. In terms of exhibitions for. Having, having the vs in the exhibitions as well. So it would be wonderful spaces of. At engagement. Spaces of education and also spaces for demonstrating the diversity of species, not only floral species, but also the be species. So for example, if I look at the work I did in Idaho and the Seymour Art Gallery Exhibition, I used the flowers that were more common here in the lower mainland of British Columbia, and that's how I would choose them the ones for Idaho a use, the ones that we we. We share as I wasn't able to go down and actually studied the specimen. So I used Marianne newcomers book, Rocky, Mountain Gardeners Handbook as one of my major sources, and you know a few other herbarium websites to study the flowers of Idaho in the same thing for Washington. That's how I worked. So just to reiterate that. So each exhibit you have put in place speaks to that specific place. That is wonderful. Well, I thought that it would make. It would it would be better engagement if what you saw on the walls and the bees, which were which Lincoln best put into the display cabinets along with the two dimensional work, would there would be connections of course between the work, but also connections to space and place? So the Floor Legion has been in Idaho. It has been in British Columbia, and then it was showing in Washington when we went into this whole new world order as it were. Exactly going into these last two months of this pandemic and. Stayed home orders and just the distress and confusion around our world has this intensified. Your interest has clarified your interest. How have you experienced this time with your work? There, there are some. There are positive aspects and negative aspects in most people would tend to say that to the negative aspects are that I am not able to travel. If I had the PENTICTON show I, couldn't go up to Penticton to do more studies. I can't go to bend to study the flora around their High Desert Museum. In north, Philly exhibitions have been closed down in postponed. So those are the negative things on the other hand, the positive things I think that. Would have doing really more is focusing on my garden area. And looking at the bee's locally very locally. You know going to our wild bird sanctuary where that some close by studying the native plants, studying the bees that I see they're. Going out into my own terrible by the way, experimental garden photographing vs they're looking at flowers collecting specimens in analyzing them. So there have been positive aspects and negative aspects. Okay. To I. AM going to stop you for a second and ask why, why are you referring to your beloved garden as a terrible Experimental Garden Jasmina that is against the rules in my life. No being mean to our gardens. Well. Or, my poor garden. You know what? Flourishes? wonderfully here, Jennifer, what the butter cups, the weeds they they do so well. We'll do the bees love done well to do like the very tiny babies like the butter cups, but you know all my perennials. In My, my poor annuals, you know every year I. So this attempt to so. This meadow of wildflowers and and attempt to Put a new perennials. My Garden is is very wet. I have a lot of Cedar and for trees around me. So it's a lot of shade. You know I plant a plant I, pray I, beg get I. Say I'm putting you here. I. Don't know whether you're GONNA like it and hope you don't die and especially when you're working with floral resources for pollinators, what is sort of critically important? There is Son has they. They need Sun for flowers it. Yes. I think the the buttercup and this idea of what we like and what is beautiful, and what is also used brings me to your next exhibit theme, which you know as you move from the the Flora Li Jim and what it is trying to represent. You have taken on another exhibit theme and I Love I. Love The way You Inter. We've right from the beginning this. Direct correlation between the power of words and language and the power of botanical and the natural world around us in where they meet that, that's very moving to me, and so your your new one pretty Colin useful pretty useful is this is this is very interesting to me. Tell us about this one, well along with all my being out in the field with the be sending flowers. I also enjoy reading texts that look at gardens gardening nature in from different perspectives. So in terms of this work of the work called pretty useful. One of the aspects that I find. Fascinating is actually doing reading. That is that looks at gardens and. Flowers and plants from different perspectives, and I was reading this philosopher whose name is Michael Marder Marta are, and she works at the University of the Basque country. He wants to discuss flowers from philosophical perspective and plants were never actually appreciated per se as as entities, and he says, we also instrumentalise plants. We use them. You know from the dawn of time we have used nature. We've used animals, and with us, plants said I mean when you think about? The Bible and how it says that God created man and. God gave man. Dominion. Over the any still function that way. We really think we have. The right. To exploit everything without consideration Michael Martyr, he ask in a way to we best understand a flower, is it in the field where they grow? Whether we constructed in her head in memory in imagination or within systems of thought, and that he means that linguistic constructions because everything we do is is inter connected with words and with systems of classification. So that's how the pretty useful K to be. Because on the hand when you listen to people talk about flowers, what did they say? They're pretty they're beautiful or we consider how useful they are for us. In what do we consider how useful they are for for nature itself for their being themselves for the B.'s who need them as resources, Amano. Soapbox. Now I think. It's a soapbox we need in this world. Tell us about what this exhibit consists of First of all, I did it. With Lincoln Best. So he was my co exhibitor. So Lincoln brought in all these of the Okanagan SA-. Beautiful he he created three beautiful display cabinets, one of spring, one of summer and fall. So we had. The floral specimens and the bees for. Times of the year, which is really super. I had my black white images on the wall of different sizes you know going from the Super Super, tiny? Images to you know a Miami Sunflower which was blown up to be eight feet high, and some were some are are directly. On the wall like not a piece of paper that you put on the wall, but the image itself is wall which I loved. Totally. Yes. Thank, you thank you for bringing that up. I would have forgotten it. Anyway, we that was the other aspect that I that I wanted to incorporate this idea of that I draw these plants, not not only that I that I am. Photographs of and scan them. But the drawing aspect is very important to me, and then again working from something, which is very small a small specimen, and then blowing it up to gigantic. What comes springs to mind is George O'Keefe's statement of flowers. You know when you see a small flower, no Medi pays attention to it, but when she blew it up, huge everybody paid attention. And it. It plays with our own concepts and perceptions of what is big. What is important? What is valuable? What is little, and whose whose view do we consider any of those descriptions from like from the bees view Especially, the as you were mentioning are tiny tiny native bees like a little collected or a little Osmania alaric spurs enormous rate and and. When you think about taking bees away or taking flowers way. It's huge in the pretty useful. There's a whole section of color swatches. Can you tell people about those Yes. That's my pollen work. Or so I started the pauling work a very long time ago. It was already in two thousand twelve. I discovered this beautiful little book written by British. Beekeeper. Her name is Dorothy Hodges. She wrote the book in the Nineteen Fifty. So I was just a kid at that time, her BS, she collected the pollen that they had on their hind leg in for six years. She recorded the colors off those pollen specimens. She didn't watercolor, she droubi parts and she also. Learned. From a scientist, how to use a microscope and looked at pollen grains and drew them. and She published this beautiful little book. It has a hundred and twenty color samples tiny little and one centimeter. What's that? Half an inch colors does and? I was just enamored with the work. It is. Now that little book is now on, Display The Washington exhibit. That's how the work began. I. Looked at those pollen samples and her work and I was absolutely. enthralled. So I decided that I wanted to recreate some of her experience, and so I m Y did her color samples myself, I, recreate them out of soft Pastel. And with. On mylar and I did these small ones, their boats, six inches by nine inches and I did the color samples. With. The attentive recreating what what Dorothy Hodges at done. Now, that was the first part of the project and what I really wanted to do from. There was to go further. I wanted to find as many of those at floral specimens that that Dorothy, hodges had worked with. and. This I did and then expanded even more and I keep doing this. So I have. I. Don't know over three, four, hundred specimens. A should say samples now. and. So the way you do that is you find a flower. So for instance, I'm thinking of our loop in here and it's very specific, paulin color and like our There's one that has this beautiful blue and purple pollen. So you find those and then you color match them the best you can or you. Yes, I, do I collect the pollen? One of the things that I noticed very early on was that the pollen is ephemeral. The color is immoral and the you know the the chemical whatever the Thiong'o sides. whichever they are. They fade, and they changed tonality completely. So that was very important for me to recreate the color sample immediately, but I do have samples of the pollen the actual. Also This. Oh, great. So from pretty useful. Where do you go? Where do you go from there? Jasmina? The big exhibition will be at the High Desert Museum. I was invited by the curator Louis surely to have an exhibition of my work, she actually wanted some of everything. And I'm going to be doing this again with Louis can best, and he is now the chief Taxonomic for the Oregon be project in. He's going to be creating displays of Oregon Bees that highlights the. Incredible diversity and beauty of Oregon. BS. So one won't be colors, pollen samples. They'll be at sections of direct drawing on the wall in graphite. Enlarge florals I'll have one while which will be printmaking based upon that big be piece that I. Did earlier I'm going to have my a whole wall twenty, five foot wall of my black and white botanical 's. And I will have one wall dedicated to one of my newest projects, and that is the the cocoons which I think are just amazing that the bees spin cocoons. And forbid that's extraordinary that life process of bees. So indict created a little video, so they'll be video as well in the exhibition. And for the front of the Gallery I'm doing a very large I. think it's going to be about thirty nine feet long. blue meadow. So, that's going to be super exciting. Why why is this important? Why is why is this important in the World Jazz Jasna? This is my motor working. This is the only way I can draw attention to something and I'm hoping that through this, sue these exhibitions in this aesthetic work of mine that I will, if you know in some way that I'm advocating for vs for our. Species, and for Nature in general for all pollinators. and to me, that's very important. Last. Year. We organized this this new created this. New Society. Call the native native bees. Association. Of British Columbia, and It is a wonderful organization with many young members, but also some of our. Big members like Lincoln? Best. For example, he the taxonomic he's in this. Organization he is. He is a Canadian actually. And so. This is a group which was focused on advocacy and conservation of native bees, and each person in that group brings something new. There's a diversity of people. You know we have into malicious with. Got It'll our our president is Sarah Johnson? Who is the? Who is US SF few students hd we've got tyler. Who is also was now at ub see, you know every person that that's in that group brings something new to the concept of conservation of native species. So. That's that's the bottom line for me. It is really about. Drawing attention to. pollinators and to the work. That is important to keep them going. To keep him surviving and thriving. Our our way of loving and advocating for and expressing The way we you know the different ways, each of us might cultivate our places they all have. They all have a place. They all have a way of reaching different audiences in different modes and. All together. That is just so enriching to what it means to be human and to be Gardiner's whatever that word might mean to you and It's it's A. It's a wonderful affirmation of of how we can be better here I. Think it's been really a joy to speak with you I want to thank you for this. Opportunity because not only did I, get a chance? To talk about the art, you don't forget to do that. It's true during the exhibitions, people ask Wonderful Questions and very appreciative of that, but you know what you made me to. Actually. Made me go back all the way from the beginning into look at everything that I had done. And that's a a very enriching way of looking at one. Slight. Jazz Nagai is a gardener, a thinker and an artist who works in a variety of media from drawing to photography to relief printing for many years. Now, she has focused her work around bees, honeybees, native bees, and other pollinators, and the complexity of their environments. She creatively explorers, floral resources including the habitats, nectar, and pollen critical for pollinators who are in turn critical to the flowers and the habitats, and ultimately to us. Her work offers a new set of probing thoughtful is with which we can re see our world from pollen grains to biodiversity, and perhaps too Rian. Vision our own rules and responsibilities and joys while we're here. Join. US again. Next week when we do some wonderful talking and growing with the voice and Energy Force behind the black in the garden podcast. A be talking is with us week. Listen in. Cultivating places, a listener supported co production of north state public radio. Make sure to check out the artistic perspective envision from blue bees and floral part x rays to a rainbow of Paulin visible in Jazz. Nagai's work. That's all at cultivating placed dot com. In this week's episode notes, check it out. Our show producer and engineer is Matt fiddler original theme music is by Mar Muse accompanied by Joe Craven and Sam Bevan Cultivating distributed nationally by P R, x public radio exchange. Until next week, enjoy the cultivation of your place. I'm Jennifer Jewel.

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What Up Son (02/04/2019)

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What Up Son (02/04/2019)

"Space some regions are vast empty other areas we call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free, design and Elvis adjustable shelving and drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin. Plus right now, save thirty percent on elephant installation and earn up to five hundred dollars in credit through February tenth at the container store where space comes from who wears music coming from. Oh snap. Let's go in jokes. It's your boy from the. Cities coy see from Austin, t my girl over here in this be what that's early where you are. But that's all right. A little toasty boys. How you doing everybody? Welcome to the show as you just heard. I am for Coleman over here. Got my love new way miss weirdness. She got me because she says things with a with a would've e sometimes, but it's a w and vice versa. Okay. Yes. So she talks about how she feels serious serious. Good wives coming through. We don't get bit by that. Eight m visa expensive, man. It's like being married to Elmer Fudd. Gender site. Throwing. I'm good. How you doing over here as I said, you can't have show without a title in without this man that I'm about to introduce we wouldn't have this show because the show pretty much has his title, or at least thought of it. I know crazy. Maybe you would not be hit today. If it weren't for the great green. How you doing, sir? What's going on? I'm here. Oh, no. It's so dramatic. Are you doing is fantastic, man? Good to see y'all. Hey, y'all good to see you and hear you to have a little bit. So the ninth. Ain't goes out nuzzle up into one arm piss rate. They're just go to sleep. Four dean. Yeah. Man. Good to see a good to see in today's going to be good for you know, how it is. I know, you know, what you think man. I I was on my way home, I live in Chicago almost died. Just trying to get work to home barely made it home alive. I get in respect. Now. Why is on my husband's on my ass because I'm married to both them you do in Chicago now dog and the kids and mess with me dog and a cat and even curled up in my ass nigga going to town. And now, I just want to sit down just pulling people out out my ass and just sit down and just having a nice time. This have a good time. Relax with people who really understand me. And can make me smile. That's us right here. Why? Because we do put a smile on your face by bringing you some nice conversation. Some good stories that we got anything on the train today. All not in chamber something. Oh, I'm sorry. Christine stories on a train today. Saying, yeah, we we have a woman who here she's a love as train store. And I said I'd been gone a day. Is enough. Last week. I had to do Z last week. You get your own train store. Oh, well, maybe she won't have a small another phase we already disappointed her. But you got the stories out there. Also. Oh my God. I think we picked it up fresh today is what is it? Oh my gosh. So foolishness getting is it the freshest foolishness, man. Listen, we only pick nothing, but fresh foolishness nothing. Stay here right straight off the tree squeezed old at foolish juice out of it. Up fresh for you today. Oh, we got be guessing Goodwin's at the man some people. I don't know why it is man said what he said today then had to say. A new similar to sit down and beat up people s but we've talking about leeann Neeson out there opened up his mouth now tell everybody s you know, I- winning on listen to them as well you when you're on the internet just shut the fuck up just entertain people. Send a nice comment that just make people laugh. Listen to me, man. Here then Pantex. Yeah. Yeah. Liam Neeson opened his mouth today up in. He opened up his mouth today and beat is almost up us. We're talking about that a little while. Also and other foolish is out there. We got the regular foolish. Come your way. We'll talk about all that save some of it as a surprise for you. But let me go ahead and welcome on it. You know? Excited to see my mind. Oh, you know, what let me see here baby. The hell is that? I don't have. I don't have any Markey's for you, baby. Monkey business going on you. You. Do you want to see that? I'm not gonna eat me be listening. You just gotta watch the show. I'm not gonna even describe you cannot. Oh, yeah. The background. That's going on in the background. You gotta do is look at their picture Liam Liam needs. The don't do anything on the internet. Don't do anything to work with. Oh, let me see here. And what else we good here? I think there's something wrong with the check zero people in this one now. Yes. Even people on ISA grams ending me monkeys now. Oh, baby. And look at you got got married one. Yes. Reminder. Fever give that John the live and baby how you feel. How you doing good? How are you? I'm doing fine. Don't forget good to have you here even Christina day. She just you don't care about me. She asked about Oz train stores. It has not about me. And she said his me Eddie, see not come down. Not good enough for you. Nobody cares. The by you core. What do you want? Those messages she's asking you for that's what he wants to do. I give in our gift, and I get no love in return. All right, though. I'm I'm glad you here. So she can get the hell off my. Yeah. Happy. Now, she's here. Asta just make up some shit about the trains could lead me a low. So you know, what something small did happen? Some small did have. When you on the training smell. That has a little some heaven. Again, don't don't be too white NAT on a train. Nobody acts you for that. Now you will hit by now. Okay. I'll wait. Oh, we you. Right. Okay. Well, you know, we'll Wayne. Honey mustard. What's up must sweetness came back? How you doing man you Puerto Rico? What's that? Sugars. Yeah. Masugi? My my sugary and must save you all in one. Sweden tank is swing tank. I never been so aroused as when I saw this man eating Honey mustard. Megan them noises. Boy, I can you know, how people feel most little little Chinese and Japanese girls eating food just filmed a little Puerto Rican over here does eating food, man. Pay for this film. You Wendy do some nuggets at some Honey mustard. My little put a Rican mouse. Oh, but it's good. Everyone here. So I'm gonna go ahead and welcome. I just walk in the Muffin here. Are we not on the air right now? They'll say oh wrong chat. Coleman somebody say, oh, I got the wrong chedda. Forgive me, y'all. I'm so sorry. Making monkeys. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry, baby. In all chat old, man. Come on. Yeah. There they go there. Let me see if I get it. Right. I don't know what happened. Let me see here. Oh, baby. I've been holding out on you. I've been I'm so sorry. I'm slow. Sorry. She said, I told you there were monkeys around here. And there they go. There you go. Look at the monkeys the baby the little baby monkeys on my God. You know, what you you? Love these baby monkey so much. Hope I kid comes up looking like this. When big bed just looking around. Yeah. Yeah. Yawkey playing. We wind up adopting a monkey one day keep giving this monkey love over here. Excuse me. This damn in good to have you folks up in here. There we go. Now, we got the right Chet. Forgive me. I don't know what happened. That's what I get from being in a route. So there you go look at that baby. And even then you now go look. That's the one. I love Martin. Liam Neeson Martin went off and did a commercial and in men. Yeah. They make them tomorrow. That he did and made them have a season. Season. That is found commercial with Martin let me see if I could actually because y'all. No. I haven't seen it. They got to look like he's malfunctioning. Oh, man. Let me see Japanese robot. Looks like Mark. I actually have this download that from last week nod didn't. Martin's commercial. I love Mearns commercial, man. Everybody's seen it. Let me see. Let me go Facebook. Everybody's seen it because everybody in the made a mean mount of it. I told Martin Martin actually bothered Martin sacrificed himself to the Anna net. He took that commercial it. It went on the internet, and it just. Shoot me. Dale himself to the crown. He got enough money from it. Nah. I don't think I think he might have got paid for. Yeah. They just told you he sacrificed himself to the internet just threw himself in a fire, and then got paid in meetings. Made all kind of means and came back, and like what did he miss them with me? Man. What you you actually, he actually he acted surprised on Facebook? I've been telling Martin for years, I can handle this mind. You you you don't live this kind of life. Like I do. I said stay the fuck off Facebook. He loves he loves baseball. He's always on start arguments with people and said. I can't do not dude is. There. It is right. We've finally got all the kids out of the house and thoughts ourselves this time for a new house with. That's the hardest working neck and Hollywood right now. Reminder that dude Antoine Dodson was the name from. From the from the Hydrocare side, you wipe out here. Well. Out here. Rape men people. Oh, I'm not even making fun of mine. I love that commercial, man. I love this meeting. Mike and Rhonda. It's time for a new house. I love that Marlin legged sixteen year old girls, dad. Can I get a car this year? Marne and he's got expressions to mar knows how to work the camera look at working on. He got like fifteen seconds. You've got a one. Yeah. And at the beginning when his wife is talking like, he just keeps doing I know. I know like I was speaking expected like the woman was playing why did you like what the fuck is wrong? Later on these like, this guy is just doing allows us. Liz. Martin he he'd had no lousy beginning. He had he stole the scene from her the whole time. Yep. I. I know. I love it. Plus, save thousands. We'll find the league got off the kids out of the house. Tell me about. He's almost like. He wore himself out before it got to the Neva. This commercial gets a high full price. I'll love it. They've made a mean out of that that, but right there that a kazaa puts up someone they say some stupid Kamaruddin, bud. Thank you wrong. Yeah. I love it, man. I love it. I ain't making fun of Martin at all I end this. I'm Corey Coleman out prowl endorse. That message. I lots of I support my man. Mortgage for whatever. Oh, let me see good times. Kids. Hide your wife. Oh, love it. Love it. I said poor more. Hey. But the wrist y'all out there, I need to welcome you to the show too. Yeah. I'm talking about you. Yeah. Yeah. Then you sitting at home to as you know, we're gonna get you in in studio. One day one day yet home right now, you're relaxing. You know, you like I say you just hot you had a hard day. You just kicked his shoes off and got comfortable. But. We we would love to have you in the studio when day, so please, please. Please one of these days if you can't get over here. But until then we'll be we'll be okay, we'll be satisfied with an Email so pop open keyboard and type in K Cooman at g mount dot com. S K C O M A N Z Jima dot com. You Email us with any questions comments compliments insults input. And our advice. Wanna be a part of the show this evening as we're asking you to in that Email postponement puts skate contact the thinking many into. Enta- inbound up in your home. Here's the Graham double undescored toasted. We'll change that screen. Oh, Facebook toasted awesome. Private time with me type in Koi dot Coleman dot com biz at the harm that people missed the green, no doubt. I'll let your man on Facebook. That's possible. Rains would s and extra Ian and agreeing to me on Instagram from the school. From the school Email me at what com miss me to the people. Follow me on Instagram. What you laugh at about? Whenever I start your like. How would you switch it on his saying anything they'd he switched it to you miss me? Okay. Serious come on tell them what to tell them what you have to the people. Eight us you. Follow follow her. It's the world famous. Double tells studios to stick is couches. I got emails Kay cool man's at mail dot com. Let us know you're going to be visiting Austin got drunk could leave mood you stand. What fine with that? But we're not. Did not show. So as I see Email is gene dot com. Gives some details veto that we can accommodate you. Whoo. Billy's here that's racist. Oh, you made me do. Sound like Billy came in. No, no. Bill is the best ordinance to have man. Billy. I know Billy was say anything the one about. Them in punchline now. Never left that hard in my whole life. Well, you just don't enjoy live like Billy. I have I'm not on what he's on. He's on his own life, baby. Get giving. Joke and laugh at it. The same time. Never get to the punch loud with it. Because he's too busy laughing. You just end up this dealer, son. Who's there waiting? Oh, man. That's the energy. Yeah. No. I love it. I did nothing. I'm making fun everybody. No. I love love Billy man and everybody apparently is a really positive on. Tommy, man. I had time come on yesterday show. Man was good to to hear from a man. You know, I've been he's been on my mind for four minute, man. But I didn't want to broad and with, you know, hey, what's going on this type of things, I let him do his thing. So when I heard him out and about I texted right away. You know? So is good. He Manny see sounded really good. Yeah. Yes. Probably brain is up yesterday. I think all you people out there. I'm not going to. I'm not going to give you a little update. I'm not going to hold out and tell you how it went. I also want to give them my gratitude to folks out there. Let me see here. So you know, yesterday, I'll put this up here cut the sound down yesterday. We were we were fortunate enough to have Billy come on. I mean, I've Donald, but but Tommy come onto the show to talk about his, you know, his incident that happened. Years ago time McGrew Facebook in and talk about the incident that happened with him. And also he said it on the show a little bit Marne had to leave because we did early show yesterday because of the Super Bowl. So he sat down talked about the vendors teaser that they put out during the Super Bowl and people saw Billy on their in Downey only time, I'm Scott, dammit. Tommy, Tommy, will you know, their home. Tommy Tommy, so time he said down in time. We had him on the binges had him on the binges a discussion that we did yesterday for the Super Bowl spot the Super Bowl tease. I never seen the vengeance. Upstaged by anyone like they will upstaged by Tommy. Hope tommy's. Oh, I hope Tommy never becomes a super villain that they have to fight because. Because they could not defeat him that day all the comments in there were about. Oh, my God Bill got shit time. He's back. I'm up to get used to having these. Numerals around whose names in with wide. Tommy was here, man. Everybody was happy to see Tommy all the comments about Tom. Yeah. The same shirt and got the same head is like nothing has changed. I'm saying. He he went to hell where Nesher today. Cain bang. I want to thank everybody out there for you positive remarks. He was able to come in. I'm not going to go into the details of what happened. But there was something that that that that was a very tragic that that went on a couple of years ago. And if you know the show, then you probably you know about it. But if you don't I'll let you look up for yourself needless to say there are a lot of rumors going around. There were a lot of people who were confused and some people even angry, and I thought it would be best. If Tommy just came on and talked about it himself because we had actually had a couple of drinks together. One time. And yeah, that was a couple of we have we went on a couple of times in it came to the house and hung out. And we went out for a beer one night and talked again in and I said, well, you know, man for he did not try to hide it that he would like to come back in some some form or another and do something around here. I mean, he's the first person that we brought on that. I realized like, you know, Martin are cool. But it'd be good to have a riot here with another person in Tommy was the first person that that that that that came in to the show that that was another dish into the team. And and he he the reason why brought him on because he he just instantly. Just just worked with this, man. He his chemistry would just was was incredible with this. So I I gotta respect for that. And out of out of also just, you know, being a friend missing you in what we used to do because we did some good stuff together here, man. I I said all right. Let me bring the people on in ask them in a gun. I'm calling you. Now, I'm getting you know, I'm calling Tommy Billy. And I'm calling you Tommy. You're going to me. I'm glad you're Ozzy. But no, I I want to get your opinion on this is because I say that the the best thing to do because we are very open with you guys. And you know, that I said, I think it would be cool for the people to have a say in this. I mean ad. I don't want people to be honest. I say if people feel uncomfortable about this. And we know that we probably shouldn't do that. If people hear the hear the details of your situation, and they feel like you, you you you should come back on. We'll see we can work out something and overwhelmingly people were very positive about having Tommy back, and they and they were very supportive to how do you feel about that? Yeah. No. You always been good about trying to get the the people involved with a lot of the creativity of the show when you know, who who comes on and how to show is running. What they like what they don't like. So. Yeah, that's always a great idea to get everybody involved with that. But at the same time, I did hear good ideas for as any sponsors as you have just let them know. You know, who you bring it on stuff that that that went down excuse me. Just so you have your own closer and clever cases of what you know. They think of it before it messes with any of your business that you have there and then against Tommy at all, but you know, you got to protect the you have. Yeah. You know that you have. But I don't see it being a problem. It's not like, you know, he was convicted of anything per se. You know, he's on on probation, and you know, needs to work. So I don't you know, it shouldn't be a problem. But you know, it's always good to ask a question to make sure everybody's cool. Whatever you don't make any you don't make any judgments decisions on the spot. Right. You can't do that. You got to walk away and think about it. But as far as getting to people's input, you know. Yeah. You got it. And I think is definitely going to be an over woman resounding bring this full back. You know, and I'm in that camp is well brunette fool back. If you can, you know, so that probably part one is done just got to go purport to talk to the people that has some interest in what you're doing suvival inches. What you're doing and see what they say. And you know, I don't see it being a problem. Bring this food back. I told them to us that man, I will be if this did happen us. I'll be very extremely unhappy. If if you like you got here and everything's going smooth in some secret came out. I will catch a case. Yeah. That's the only thing that I'm that that that I'm that. I'm nervous about like I like everything's fine. And then just something that I just don't know one little thing is going to come out and just ginger this whole thing rating. Yeah. You know, because they bought one is done part to just, you know, the people have a vested interest in what you're doing just talk to them and make sure everything is cooled on that in. Yeah. Meant to have that talk today. I was on the phone with the people I should talk to and I just slipped my mind though, so busy. But you're right. You're right. Exactly. Right about them. We'll see how that goes. But how you doing over there? Just checking on you know, I gotta go gotta go over there. See I'm my baby's feeling. He's still breathing. Spring waters. Okay. Honky or anything? Oh, let me see what else we got going on here. Now, this is you said you had a little something. Speaking of being about the people, you know, this woman came in today Chris team for even said hi to me, she lay we is it I want to ride the train and. S stations clone. Yeah. You know, I might be paraphrasing a little bit. You know? I'm out of I might have changed those words around this just slightly. But. Good train down on the good thing about the train. Some some always happens every day the city, and how to make Nutting up, you know, whatever what about say a goes down. If you believe you're not something you doesn't matter things happen every day. But you know, some stuff is like that's not since this again type of stuff. But today, some sweet happen was that was gonna you know, if you just shut the hell up everything will be fine type of thing. So Liam Neeson's day. How was? He was well he's trying to be Liam Neeson's. Get up get ready to get up. Trae. Maybe it's like a stop it to I get up before just to position myself to get off the train foot. Mad dash. And you know, there's a, you know, a guy who I see all the time. You know, we get to talk and whatever. So I see him there. And he's talking and we get to one station in the doors closing and a guy from the outside holds the door. So the guy that I'm writing with is like cut. Are you guys holding the door, and he's talking all loud, and he walks over to the guy let golden torts Overman you can't get in. I'm like. Oh. And it's a little guy. He's you know, he's trying to be the white. Knight of the train. And I'm like, you better be easy. Make you don't know what this guy's days. Go going. He made this whole sit up. So and I'm like he's thinking the door is going to close and he's going to he's going to ride it cheer for him. No the door reopens. And the guy who was outside comes in. So why don't you come down? I need the goddamn conducted. Because somebody's hurt. I'm like may see s why just just calm down, dude? What? And what transpired was wasn't even thirty seconds. Fifteen all that whole thing happened and the conduct went off he deal with the train left. So I said was all that worked it. Yeah. It's funny. All these years, man. I think is only about the six weeks ago. I learned funnest shut my mouth. Just six week. Maybe maybe you know, you've heard the stories after after years of of getting up and talking shit to blind people assaulting mentally challenged little girls Yellen people bigger than me getting out of car. Was that stories? I've been telling you people interjecting. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You getting out of cars with my little Chihuahua in my hands. What happened any stuff? I don't know six weeks ago, so wins just gauging. You nauseous. Exactly, I was just sitting on my Kyle. I think he's like, you know, what it's done. I think one on challenge that guy in the movie theater Nagai got when he when he yelled at me when I when I was trying to be nice, national be quiet, and I say, let's go outside and he actually took me up on him. We went outside, and unfortunately, he, you know, he punked out, and we got out in the hallway, but it kind of occurred a occurred to me I was like man, I'm going out to a parking lot would ado never met anger is fuck right now is so crazy might have a weapon. You know, that movie theater was full of people. And you you're the only one doing that has like why me? Well, you know, what I was the only one sitting next to him that he said fuck you too. So, you know. Ten where we're just kind of close right now. The one saying stuff to him when he was talking. He was sitting right next to munc-. Why he make me you like the bag? I hear nothing. The hero here. You know? That's what happens menu live long enough to see yourself become the villain. Out of his angel. She she's seen me do before. As house. I had to come in, man. That's on that. I got up yell at that military. Why didn't know was challenged at the time that was a horrible feeling in my life. What kind of monster? It was in the movie there. Yeah. Got up and walked out because it was about. Drunk and yelling. I'm not. I'm not doing that to make fun of me. But no, that's the Senator with Megan. I thought somebody was drunk, and I got up to and I got to go yell at them. And I looked down in the in the the shimmer of the projected light Assad was a mom protecting her little girl. You could tell she was miniature Leila. I was like oh my God. I'm sure I'm a horrible person. The white. Knight of the movie theater. No that day that day. I was the joke. Man was evil is fuck who is so sensitive about like whenever like a something happens in the movie theater like noise or something is the first one was looking run. It was like are you the guard of this movie theater of America? You have to be the one being so. Maybe not say shut the fuck up. Even before that you look who's. Finally up. You know, what I don't do it anymore. Don't after that guy. See me doing business annoy, I don't do it anymore. You hung up your Cape and cowl. I'm done, man. I retired. You know this. I've learned at this city. Don't they don't wanna hero. I got to save theater. Quarry would be less sensitive because he goes to so many movies now like he's gone like at least three or four movies a week. And he's like what you know. Why let me tell you why. Because there was a time when you had reps and guards who used to tell people to be quiet, and now Corey do they would tell people like, hey, you need. They would do announcement before the movie, and they say cut, you phones off please don't talk and disturb others and inside just had it in my mind for years like, you know, grown people should actually be. They should be courteous and polite in a movie did I mean is really it really. It really confuses me in baffles me that peop- grown people sit in a theatre and talk like they're like, they're at home and talk you out and donaire rate the movie get on the phones. I mean, I'm not talking about kids. I'm talking about grown people. Because when I met a kids movie, I'm fine. All he told her kid to shut the fuck up once. Yeah. Yeah. And the kiss says like why are you in my movie movie for kids? Remember, it was Pokemon. I was confused about the story. I was trying to figure out what was going on some kid with laughing next to man Justice shut the fuck up, man. Trying to get this. Number did that. Plus, some people would actually. And the kids say you want to tell me that shit outside. Trying to understand the nuance of Pika chew. Will you shut the fuck up? Lease. What did you say? Loves men Google's by myself. That was a good. It was quite a white woman and her little girl with a large black man in there. And she looks so nervous like, you know, to us. She's like it was almost like she was sitting there like she's like if I want to leave. But if I get up a might might attract his attention. We're just gonna which is going to watch the movie in pray that we lived through this. Oh, no. They actually the little girl. She was loving it, man. He loves album loving it to you know. Little girl. Man. I Don I don't do it anymore after that guy. And plus a Martin we even tell you. Martin was you know, when when somebody's amaze that you do something you knew, you know, you were bad. He said next to me. And there was the to the teenagers talking behind me and talking loud ima-, actually, Martin does drops a sweat foam and his air like this food is about to lose his mind. And you know, what I did I got up, and I just walked to those side of the theater and found another seat and was fine. It you. Yeah. I'm growing a mature. Mommy. I'm going on now. Nah, man. I I I said, hey, you know, what I finally get it, man. Look if it's not bothering anybody else. This is the audience that the, you know, this is this is the the behavior that the people want the necessary haven that they deserve Corey to save the movie theater world. But people don't use. It finally occurred to me that day I said at bay. They don't deserve a hero. Finally, went back to my cave. I said, you know, what I finally realized I said that I said it's finally dawned on me, he'll never say Gotham. Will always be shit hole. And watch the. Went back to the to Alfred fuck dishes. Fix. Yeah. Caitlyn cow, man. I'm done. I'm not doing it. The you know, what I might even become a villain one day. I might start talking. With the movie throws like whenever I hear somebody's talking all the way far away. It was like a I'm going to like, I just wait. You're like. Miskelly? More. Anymore? New Corey can't blame me for trying to do. My job though. Trump out there to just watch a movie like the common people. Dan, right. Aruba new. I'm an honest. Malcolm X movie. The projection booths with a rifle in mind. Talks some. But the king of behind those superheroes. And I don't know like, Adam Sandler. Adam sandler? He's got something to say. Is bullshit say. 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Type in twenty one savage British to things I never thought I would typing. Twenty-one savage. If you haven't heard about this. This is crazy, man. Twin have you heard about this? Yeah. He wants savage was arrested by ice like Trump even got his as. Right there something my man was telling me like the story got deeper over here. Jonathan that John. Let me give you the Mike Jonathan actually Johnson pull up a chair and come up to the micro. Because this is funny to me. What? Jonathan twenty Twenty-one savage expert. Extra gentleman. We have. Straight out the field. Jonathan the twenty one expert right here. He's been to study Twenty-one savage in his own environment. Degree in. Yeah. Got his PHD in two thousand one savagery. Now, you go. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Now just talking to the Medellin into it like, oh, yeah. Like that. Like that. Let me see if I can make it harder for you Utah. All right. There you go. All right. All right. Okay. Yeah. You tell me about this early about then. Demi Lovato thing or like all of it all me all of it. Okay. So like the stories so far. So like the crazy. The craziest thing about this whole thing is like ice has been putting out stuff saying his whole personas fake like this like government officials trying to discredit like a rapper like they said they said that he came over in the state to the states when he was like twelve so we just made up the story about here. Yeah. Yeah. We haven't heard the truth yet. His lawyer says we're like gonna hear the truth or whatever I think he's still in custody or whatever it now. But like they said like ice themselves saying his whole personas fake because his whole his whole like rap persona or whatever is he talks about how hard his life was in zone. Six was just like a notoriously like hard like part of like, Atlanta, Georgia and like a lot of stuff he raps about his personal experiences. And like the struggles he's been through like, whatever, whatever. And then like I. Like, nah, he came over here from the UK when he was twelve and like his whole personas fake. And like he like his visa like hasn't been renewed in like since two thousand six or something like that. And yet his lawyer saying like not like he's been here since he was five or whatever. But like people were freaking out because it's just like like is is he putting on a accent? Like, some somebody said of Twenty-one savage is really from the UK like I don't care about all these British rappers are British actors taking these American roles because they deserve. This is so weird to me. Because it what I was hearing is like at this at this point people actually saying that Twenty-one savage might be a British spy. Almost because people it's almost as if we ask for a black JAMES BOND so much that they just sacrifice this young, man. Right. You wanna use him? Let me he's asleep agent. Yeah. He's a. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. What a what a perfect Cup though, man. You know that that this guy this black guy who with this? This this American wrapping accent had the whole time been the black JAMES BOND. I think look I don't want to put this through any more trouble than he's been through. But that story is so crazy. I wanted to be real I want I want to find out that this is that this is true. This mcnaughton. Anybody visit he is he behind to puck and biggie. Two. It's coming together. Oh, yes. You know? And we all know that it's all luminosity. Out of the man's an assassin. I not tell you something. This is so crazy that even if this is not true someone has to make an alternate reality movie about this alternate universe movie about this. There was a there was a movie with George the George clinic produced whereas about the the gal hosted the gong show. And it's not true. But as just as moves made like it is, you know, if you remember the gong show bay gumshoe show was it was a variety show in kind of a game show. These people would come on and in. I it was a talent show and these people come on. And if they were good enough to to to continue, they wouldn't get the gong. But if you were terrible of somebody didn't like you. They pick a mallet up and go to the back, and and it was a big as plate, and they'd bang it. So everybody can hear you lost barn. And that's I was the gong the host of the show you see if I can find is. Oh, the host of the show was it was like, America's got talent. Now, they the buttons. Yeah. America's got talent. Shut bears was the guy that hosted it in here rent. He went and wrote his memoir where he said this whole thing been is goofy guy that hosted the gum show that was all a cover up for him being a secret agent for the CIA around. And he was an assassin in the actually we'd around he international he went around killing people, and he couldn't tell anybody that until recently, otherwise, you know, he would a compromise missions or he would even it would eventually dies his own life, and George Clooney made a movie about it. And I would just think in man do the same thing with with with twenty one savage, man. But this guy is too young. And like he came here when he was twelve if that's the case. So they say, yeah. If he was a minor. What is he going to do, you know, he came here? And after that, he can get the, and this might be technology. We don't even know he might be. Man. Who's you know, we don't know that he's into soldier. They put them back to sleep. Frozen. He he might have pulled like a cat in America. Who knows people coming through his lyrics like finance stuff? He's like I got my shooters all dressed in red. And then he's show like people in the revolutionary war with the Redcoats. He's a time traveler too. Like my girl bad she five five and in the Queen England is five foot five. Like all in his lyrics. It all makes sense. Oh, my God luminosity confirmed. It's real man. This dude is not only a spy. He's the time traveling assassin who. The revolutionary war freed the slaves. You know, this is this guy. I love how this is how this is blown up until like the science fiction story, man. This is great. I love it, man. It's gonna be a good year. Oh, yes. Yeah. Maybe twin nineteen we'll find the truth. It has us that kill big impact. He did it all because big impact will everybody knows that they will if they weren't killed. They were going to bring the apocalypse. That had to happen. This is amazing, man. I love it. Somebody make a movie about it. Whether it's true or not. I don't care. It'll be the biggest blockbuster should have them. Join adventures way. Now, that's more of what that Hobson shore. Oh, do you think speaking of see it could be true? It could exactly be true this baby. This man over how you've told you think this guy is. Yeah. Twenty four twenty five. I thought he was fifteen. Thank you fifth. Okay. He's thirty is big three. Oh, yeah. Damn. But then didn't make it sound like you attracted to an he us. My one. British. Oh my God. Wouldn't wouldn't mind a spot with Jonathan right now? I stopped getting carded like this year is today. Oh, no. Oh, no happening. Thirty the big three. Oh, do not look at you. Do not look like it in my name. It's only because he's got the beard. I thought you were the big brother turned out, you know, then his child is. Yeah. Even you you've talked to you could tell like like, I'm not saying even one of my bad, but Jonathan right here because I talked to him I said, and I was like, hey, hey, Jonathan how you doing now in what's your name again Julian Julian so I wanted to Jonathan right hand. I'd like John now, you're doing man John Kelly. Hey before but the pleasure of meeting put your meeting, I went over to Julian. Hey, man. And I was like, oh, yeah. He's a little brother. Twenty six I'm not too far by not too far behind. No good guys man, actually enjoyed a door talk until them. And that's mom back there. Yeah. Oh, yeah. The Julian brought his girl in. Yeah. Man. Well, thank you for coming up and clearing that up for man. You know? Yeah, we learned that not only twenty British spa. Thank you, Julie. And we learned that he time travels to thank you, man. Thank you, sir. And then he goes zoom. Daisy. Change that maybe he has a little brother. You say fly. How can I cut this fan on? Why don't you take off your check? 'cause all mccoo. Why you wanna ruin my kunas, babe? Always cool baby. You don't need. Got for fashion player. I see. Sure, you're even sixty turnaround Pulu pull a maroon five and negative. Adam LeVine, but they went in Adam LeVine yesterday, man, they said he looked like anything from a nasty cash that people's curtains. Wearing a tank top with the these these these square on. Yeah. Yeah. And we bought the move onto the foolishness bonded. I I it got to feel bad. I feel bad for him. Because they say you like every item that you could buy target. Don't don't feel bad for Adam LeVine. Oh, he's he's good. They went like like, here's one right here. Somebody like this happened all night people just put in furniture and objects in. Excessiveness in front of the TV. Here's a girl said, why is he dressed like my pillow? Walmart peel Hoon. Oh in men it is start there. Because the moment that he the moment that he that he took the he took the took the tanked up off. Oh ages. I it just started like he took the taint up off because you hear people talking about him. And people said man, what are you like a ouija board? I you could count your grandmother up on. Because he had a shirt on. He took that the need thanked up on that. He's people went in. They said looked like a supposedly bay. Yeah. In the. Yeah. They they were talking about how unfair it was which I kind of get it. I mean, I understand why they didn't go in as hard on him like the FCC because we're in a society where male nipples don't hold they'll hold the same sexual context as female nipples. I get it. I mean, that's a societal thing. Maybe you know, if we changed that I'm cool with it. I liked it. I like to be walking around looking like memento, guess what they say. They said they said he's the he's looked like the guy from a mental. But the only thing he's trying to remember the way hit his jewel. Negligently? But yeah, man, they went in on him. But they say people mad because they say man, you get to have nipples all out the Janet Jackson. She just put one out there almost ruined her career. And she did it. Do it Justin. Well, look miss yet. Does she had a nipple ring on that? That was dressed for the occasion. Yeah. Come on. Yeah. That was bullshit. I mean, I I don't think that the FCC need to have a a national emergency about it. I mean, they. You. For that one. Yeah. One savage stop that nipple. Yes, sir. Okay. Mike. About the Queen. But what's the point of you trying to get all naked and stuff? Like that. Just like, I look he got his money. So I don't feel bad for him. But the shit's definitely backfired on them. It was not the best halftime show. I mean, look it wasn't a worse. Believe me they had been there have been harsh shows for the halftime show. It was one year. Disney got involved and had Mickey Mouse at the dance with a bunch of ice skaters. Al she it was embarrassing. So the worse, but it was a lame halftime show. According to people out there. It felt like maroon five is just somebody got at the last minute. And then he mixed them up with people like Travis, Scott and big boy from outcast. Singing old songs. Yeah. It just came because they were in Atlanta. I guess, but it was it was it was weird, man. It was it was like whoever they could get that just answered the phone. You know? Because they could get anybody for Super Bowl people don't wanna show up. None. I really because one thing the Super Bowl. I heard that. It doesn't pay all that much. It is a good marketing ause you. That's why they don't pay you a whole lot because the marketing itself, I mean, millions of people watching like you'll payment. I heard loud people did turned it down because the whole Colin Kaepernick thing and people, you know, still trying to keep the boycotting of was it NFL alive. So that's what it was because of Cardi B Cardi B cut down who else you turn on a who else. But I know she was like the bigger the one of the biggest headline is to turn it down. But it was just a big movement that a lot of the entertainers would doing. Yeah. It was about two or three people that that turned down the Super Bowl because of the Colin Kaepernick kneeling controversies the country receives me. So it really was kind of like all right? Adam you Freeman, you know, come on. He's like our shows or maybe I can take off my top that could change some shit and made it worse. Need asked him. He say, yeah, I'll be right there. Let me just stop talking to get my tank top. Let me can get up. But yeah, they went in on him and about that in. It was just it. It was when I was when I was watching. I was like, okay, the most memorable thing. But I didn't I didn't know the backlash that would be there. The next day even a wash it. I said man, you know. These days just taking your shirt off especially at the at the Super Bowl like that. That just that just that's not a it's not a good look because it's so it's it's just the sense of vanity that goes on with guy loves to be naked anyways. Like, he he's always topless on magazines and stuff, and do, you know, do you remember his pose like he's all naked? And there's only one female hand covering his Dicky. Female Hannah was at another. This guy loves being naked. Yeah. And I saw first of all look, I'm not wanting to judge. I mean, you know, I got some tattoos, and I still like my tattoos when people can make fun of me for mine, but this whole thing again tattoos on your stomach look me. I don't have that six pack for loan. That California's get real loan. Yeah. Yeah. When California takes up all of North America. I don't know. I just like I I'm those the thing with me is like there's only one person who could really to to people and get away with stomach tattoos to park in in. Ninety what's in in? Maybe just to no to park in the NS scary. Mexican do that. Then it trae home. Yeah. I like the way I. My man over he got a Fendi lane who me. Even Mexican Puerto Rican. Daddy trae ho data will has bad asset twos. Because daddy trae will actually you know, he's been to prison. So you feel like whatever you got authentic. Cedeno like, Dan. I mean, a Adam LeVine a never been the prison. He ain't never been no gang. He ain't never been hard. He never been about the streets. You know, putting that put some shit on your stomach light. They're just I don't know, man. Is it seems like that's some real hipster shit. Right there. Yeah. In a couple of years or you're going to be able to read is four. Tattoos. It feels like I really wanna fill my body. So just throw whatever you have like just write a huge Californian bird put a lion. Put a phase. People say he looks like the when you go into a tattoo shop, he looks like the walls of the tattoos that you actually get them. You got that booklet the? Yeah, he looks like a tattoo book this this and this just put it. Yeah. Somebody say he looks like a clip art clip our book. Yes. The Pitta me of Iraq start et is. Yeah, there you go. So I don't know, man. I just saw that. And I and I knew because I the first I thought well peeping on be crazy about maroon five at the halftime show anyway. And then when I when I saw him take a shirt off. I was like fuck as it hit is Tiki. He just signed his own death one right there. Yeah. Man. So. Somebody said to pockets did a lot not two hundred savage killed them. Us it'll here. Heard the tapes. Let's go today. Are you ready? Yes. Let's do it to it was do it too in our rifles. Let's I'm ready to are you I was about to ask you is. I was gonna give you some special attention, babe. Oh before we get into the the foolishness. I gotta ask everybody. One question asked something of you. There's a gold that we need to reach what a certain video. We have a sponsor that has been very happy with what we've done, and we have one video that that they'll be very happy about it reaches a a milestone certain mountain, they set up, you know, the the the sponsorships that we've been doing. 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The oven is hot is pipe in is ready to goes, fresh ready. Oh, yes. Smells like shit. So it must be ready. Yes. Maybe are you ready? Yes shit. Let's dig in Lizzy. Let's see this first bit of foolishness that we got I you know, what I really. I don't really think that this. I'm getting this. Because I really don't think it's funny. I'm getting the most tragic went out the way, I. There was a tragic accident that happened in New Jersey few days ago, and I just want to literary body. No. Because a lot of people laugh at this guy. And I feel very bad for him. There's this worker that was in office. He got some water and some some ice, and he was his mind his own business going about a day. Just one enjoys water water was bad. So he threw it out on the floor. You know, it was backed up that they got bad water into place. So he's he's walking man about to go back to work. I'll go home. Maybe maybe he's off to go about his day. And you know, he walks by. Oh my God. You see the ice attack him like the oh shit. Did you see that? Just step up a hit him on the head. God. I never trusted that ice. All those. Those his wallet, man. Oh my God. Did you see this? He broke his back. Did you see this all the humanity men that that those pieces of ice attacked him? Did you see somebody? Call it lands in the kademi award. This man gave a performance of his life. It was so slow. Oh, my man. And let me love it again. So of course, of course, I'm I'm messing around. They had this work. And now, we all know people they've insurance fraud all the time, but was different about today. That's different from back in the day that weren't as many cameras to catch you dumb as doing. And this man didn't realize that this camera was on his as the whole time. And so he decided to lay he put that is done in in the funny thing is and look at them out. And they said that his he he laid there for about an hour, and I'm having home, but he made that for a long time. Maybe his performance wasn't that great. But he was dedicated to the role. Now, Louis breath is back. Of course, I'm looking for God, baby. At one the one those cubes took his knees. This guy work at this place yet. Yeah, he works. The man they said that he was doing that. So he can get some workers compensation for it. And and I got say man that that look I like one the best performance. But it was it was it was up there though. He was dead. It was up. There was some classics is right up there with this one. All that was missing. Maybe you sit. Then a man they they they had the long version of the commercial these people ended this shit. Chest pain. God, dammit. These old people. Yeah. Actually, I believe that guy was actually having chest pains and everybody like Bravo. I'm dying. But yeah, man this. Oh, man this guy right here. This is I would like to talk to that guy. Because I feel like he's so tired of everything. And is like this is the last chance I can get something out of this something like, oh, he got some metal embarrassed. Made to look stupid. All he's fired. He'd me. Get caught on camera looking stupid. Yeah. You ask lady like a chalk outline? It was missing. You know, what I wish I wish that work is gone by and just left his ass there. I wish the janitor came in swept his ass up and put them in the trash on data came and took his bag and robbed him. Somebody came and took his shoes, you know, this. You wanna fuck around? Okay. You go right ahead. That's what I'm saying. Man. You know, the company they'll of course, they're going to get rid of his ass. You know, they say, you ain't gonna make us look stupid to by keeping MIR tell them what the dumbest thing you may do. So if you listen to what happened is the guy who's fifty seven years old. He got himself a Cup of water put some mice in near looked around had the most suspicious as glance around the room. You can you can just see up to no good to see his DVD's was up to no good. Look at him. Oh, you've got me. But. Senate pulling the fight club on. They'll get you. You see that one? He just jumped out at me. He just jumped me it was five of five with five as cubes. Did you see? But now man this guy. I mean, he's not he's not the first to do it and people are getting caught doing this, more and more men. The only thing worse than being caught in a lie is being called looking stupid while you're doing being videotaped me tape, man, you hit you in the U and you'll sheet it performance the worst act in the world. You know? But I don't know, man. It's just like he's like I have fifty seven I wanted to retire. But I can maybe I should try this. This man is funny time Behi tired of life. A nobody knows shit about this, man. Now, he's going to be immortalized for doing this. In fact, they found him all the evidence melted away. Yeah. Wish the dog came up and pissed on this guy deserved everything. He got man. I. A look at it. And and like, I said a lot of people they they do this all the time. You know, like, I said, the only thing is you know, how it is. The only thing is cameras weren't there to catch you. I mean, it you know, because. That's probably what he was thinking. It was like, you know, it's not I mean. Yeah. The guy I'm sure he's a shitty ACTA too. But you know, he laid down because he he didn't expect to actually he didn't even spec. People. See his little shitty performance. You know that he he wanted people to see the aftermath. Nobody was in the room that he thought he'd held the camera was looking at them. And so that's the part. He wanted people to catch. You wanna people catch him on? Oh hurts and of course companies they don't want. They don't want a lawsuit. They don't want any trouble. They don't want bad press the way they do. They just pay out. You know? So that's what he wanted. He was fan insurance. But yet insurance pair. I love the fact that he's still has a soda in his hand. He's letting go he's holding everything. Sonja many hats, and he couldn't let it get away. He couldn't let that cook get away from scene of the crime, the one that caused all this. But no, no, no, no. Like, I said dedicated. But here's the thing, man. The only credit that I can give this man is that he was dedicated up to a sensible point, at least, he didn't at least he didn't nj himself. I mean, when the some people, you know, you talk about actors and performances when they try to commit insurance fraud, you get people out there who truly are method actors with it, man. Let me see if I can find a pulled up this video real fight club stuff like said. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Let me let me see here. Let me see if I can find it. Oh, I think this is it right here. So we talked about this before, you know, this this man this man, at least that's a woman took. No, I'm talking about the minute from jersey that man that at least, you know, when he when he when he was gone when he did it he would make he was he may not to not to injure himself. He gently got down the floor laid ram. You know, macer that you know, he was he did it safely, but some people are so dedicated some people such method actors that they actually go all the way the engine themselves. Everybody remembers that woman who was at her desk and one of the the showerheads Bill down from the ceiling, and she's like oh shit is a sign from God that I got a punch myself and head with this an on the job injury. Or was it watch. What happens when this sprinkler head falls from a south Florida office ceiling it lands on an employee's desk missing her, but wait for it. She gets an idea looks around and blink. Man, the dedication, man. Just the dedication on in in the the the the whole time the whole time that Cameron dozen you dumb Muslim. That. All right. That's what we want to do. Okay. Yeah. Man cop. Cocky episode. You know, like you see nobody in the room and at the lead. The twist is. But the camera was there booed her. Time to actually bring the camera in the court. I saw everything. Because that's how cameras Sony talk. I saw that bitch. She'd end. You know, as we said look there are. That's the thing that we have to learn look people find a way to scan the system. No matter what. So. Yeah. Well, the mall is story is their cameras everywhere. And if you're in an office building, you know best believe there's something watching you wherever you are every corner every crevice so don't do this dumb shit yet. Don't do this. They're cam. No. You know what? No, their cameras everywhere. So please keep doing this dumb shit. Yes. We we need as much foolish as we keep giving us content. Please this is pleased. Put put a put performance on from the cameras on what you get. Talent. The only place they'll probably be safe is in the bathroom within. No, there's no cameras in bathrooms yet. And yet when you're shitting and stuff. I'm just curious. Like, these guys never thing. Like this would be too easy to get money off. Like another person would have thought this before me. So this should be too. Good to be true. They never think about that. No, no. No. Put some is on the floor. Then I'm going to fell I'm gonna get some baby you only ground looking like the biggest fool in the fucking company. Of course, you ain't thinking ahead of time. Become if you go on this, you ain't exactly the smartest employees. They got their, you know, so you see that's the thing must meet her. She she, you know, she has such a positive attitude. She says, you know, what I got common sense. How come he can't have this aisle the world can have comments this it don't work late there? They're dumb people in this. And that and that dummies on the floor laying down counting his money that he thinks he's gonna get. Yeah. He's right now he's looking at imaginary money, just rain on his. Pedro, bro. Yeah. No, no. It's not gonna happen. No, no people. There are cameras everywhere. Remember, don't even pick Menam. Gigamon knows that I'm scared. I'm scared everywhere. I go. I'm scared him all home. And I'm saying you talking about taking the shit. I'm scared that there is I'm scared that there's a camera inside the toilet looking at my ass. I'm about to take shit. I'm I am nervous about everything. I'm very paranoid in in. So should you be? But if you not please keep providing entertainment. Oh, yeah. And I heard they took the stowed away from him to eight. Oh, no. Not me. Gimme did. Yeah. Thanks. Keep your has done. If you do some else stupid. Hey, let's us. Oh, okay. Tom dumb. I you know, what? Got my man over here. Liam niessen. We go. Liam Niessen has beat up. America went over to Europe and beat Europe up. He don't heat on fo- wolves. He was doing in Turkey beat up people in Turkey, my man thought aliens. And he said it was she who who else is that a beat up shit. I guess I'll just put myself up. I need a challenge. Liam Niessen versus his mouth, and guess who. Biba? Liam. Boy, this is twenty nineteen what people don't don't tolerate a drop of racism memento. What your intentions were? No matter. Wynyard didn't it. No, the the the internet. It's a very it's it's an apocalyptic wasteland is unforgiving Elliott. If there's an ISM after it. You bet your mouth. Did you hear about this race? Oh, baby. Look did he. Oh, okay. I'll do square here in in in in. You the article that I have right here, which is from independent dot CO dot UK, who's probably the kindest publication to him right now. So I'll just set it up for you. Years story. This is true. She told me she had been raped but see handle the situation if the rate, oh, this is the story himself. Oh up coming from him. I didn't know that. There was a play on. I really did it. I really think leeann niece and let you tell it fucking story. Okay. I'm looking for black bass at the beat up right now. Which is what he said. Really? Yeah. There was a setup years ago where I set up a situation years ago where a dear friend of his. Who was a a woman was raped now she lived through it. But you know, that's a horrible horrible situation. Of course that happened. And you know, and anybody who knows anyone that's close to them. If they, you know, if someone close to you went through a horrible by elation light that of course, you would be mad. You know, your instincts problem would probably be to go out and find the person who did it. The thing would leeann Niessen is that Liam Neeson's. They wanna find the person he wanted to find people who looked like the guy that did heating care. He was so mad at the time. You say I'm just waiting for black son of a bitch. Commend do something that that that that. Did it suppo- allegedly was was black? Supposedly black. I'm a the details of this happened so long ago, but I didn't know that they had a player here with his story. And this. And I guess this is him telling Liam Niessen a walk the streets with the cash hoping that'd be approached by a black Bastos. I could kill him. I'll tell you a story. This is true. Not going to use any names. I bike. And she told me she had been raped but see handle the situation of the rape. Extrordinary way. But my immediate reaction was. I asked did the did, you know any laws? Oh, no. She said it was a black person. I've done areas with a cauti-. Huben? I'd be. Approached by some Amish. Now, I gotta just clarify something for your cautious like excuse me. It's like a crowbar. Akashi is like a crowbar you want to go around and beat somebody with a what a what a crowbar, and that's terrifying. Liam Neeson walking around with a weapon. Yeah. That's what black people upset because they're like shit. If anybody could do it you. See that's what I am the weapon. That's the that's the version of pre of taking that we don't need where Leeson beats up the black community to say. I did it for maybe a week hoping some. Bleich bastard would come of a pub. Now, we know that he didn't say black best at the time. You're not you know, he was using another word polite way. Yeah. That was a very polite way of saying something else starts with Neagh and ends with earth. We probably know what he was saying at the time the good. So that I could. Kill. It took me week. Maybe we have to connect over now. Griego on some just for walk. Right. Herbal herbal think back, but I did that on. I've never admitted that Senator journalists forbid. Even the journalists. Fuck man. This is about the snap. But the journalists even heard that you the journals like he's like holy shit. Why would you why would you say that? Two. What was taken? This is gold. I just how your day was house from two streets for black past. But yeah, he's a dark story, man. So. But I did learn a lesson from eventually thought the fuck you doing. And I come from the society grew up on our troubles. And you know, I knew a couple of ties that died at hunger strike, and I. Acquaintances. Very struggles. On. I understand the need for revenge. But it just leads. Two more vans and more killing killing in Ireland. Stuff's happening. The violence is proof of that know. You know? So it's so, but that's yet prime lead. Understand to that. Yeah. But back to the. Doc story. So he says he's he was racist. Or you just want it to kill someone for one week. But he's still races. Thank you want the version racist. He's he's still looking for that guy. Maybe still racist. What he doesn't want to kill the guy. So Mr. niece and can get you some water when I find that black bass can kill him. Okay. Thirsty thirsty. Black answer. Dude, this do here. This is okay. So it's not like this came out of nowhere. Let me see. This is from his. This is from his latest film that they that this questioning came from. It's all that's what it's called coal pursuit. Think is that. I think that's it. Yeah. Movie called coal pursuit that he's doing. Really? It's. Oh, this is this is a play little the trailer for you. I mean, it's typical leeann Niessen stuff. You know, somebody does something to Liam Neeson's somebody that he loves and he goes out for revenge and just beats up kills a bunch of people to banned. Fis the main guy that's responsible. Thank you. Reser? I'm very honored to be nine Kiko citizen of the year. I'm just a guy who keeps strip civilization Oakland. When you drive the same row day after day is easy to think about the role. Not take. I was lucky picked it. Good road early. Kochman for it. It's about your son. Died of overdose. Kyle wasn't. Because every time he's moves come out. People say why why don't people stop fucking Liam Niessen? They know that they know that he has skills. They know that he will find you. They know that he will kill you accept that. We didn't know that. Eventually, you get the racist prequel to take an that's what this sounds like, you know, sound like really does Liam Neeson's character some taking one to find some black dude out there that raped somebody that he knew and kill him. It's like, it's almost I think that's one that magic for people like the image hits close to home to this care to the play that makes people uncomfortable. But maybe keeps picking those movies because it goes back to his real life. So I just want to be in this move, wait for the one with the Bill and is a black person. He actually gets to kill him. You know that one therapeutic film now while we're laughing right now a lot of people a lot of people upset about this. This story. They there's in the going as far as to say that it's a backlash happening. The people now who are online saying I'm so done with leeann Niessen Liam Neeson had a terrible impulse that. He didn't act on that. He knows his terrible net. And they learned from going to counsel people out to be tempted to wrong a struggling with them before coming into the right conclusion will we'll go into busy, you know. And that's one case where people are. Are actually a defending him. You know? But like one person starts out here. They say leeann Isa's definitely reminded that they're folks walk around hoping to provoke black people. So they can kill us. A lot of them are law enforcement in politics are prominent politicians there. But you know, it's not the first let me just start out by saying this in and then I'll let you guys, you know, is especially you man, you know, since you're the other person of color right here. I am. I am. I hate to be hated to be I to tell you. Lisa. He did it. He was a walk in the room right now. Tell them. Yeah. It was him. He jumped right into that. Listen, what what of course, people are going out in. This is my opinion. Of course, people are going to be angry about what Liam Niessen said. Because this is my own view of this because I got angry when I heard it because I felt that you know, when people when they say that they got angry they out looking for especially when it's a black person a personal color, especially black Burson when I was looking for any black person. You know, when I was looking for anyone that looked like that to attack? You know, what he did was this? He did this to cover up. Our people like him to cover up their racism that they had before that incident happened. This is a way that you know, this. This is the good that is this kind of thing what he did is a huge wound in the black community that has yet to heal. And it's a problem that exists in many forms. You know, like I says way to cover up the racism away to blame someone else other than their own racism that they had before that incident. Ours way to even act upon it like you said he wanted to you know, this is going to sound. I don't want people take this the wrong way. Because I don't mean it because some of the things that people might not here mainly that. You know, people medal this comment over gathered got angry about it and act upon these these things in this happened years ago, but people say that, you know, they felt acknowledge somebody was raped with an actual crime that happened there, and yes, that's that's that's no, that's horrible. That's terrible. I'm glad that people. Remind us that in the knowledge that we should keep that in mind, but in my humble opinion, right here. While he did care and why he should have been angry. That was an excuse that was an excuse to to to cover up the racism that he had long before that rape happened. There's a man who carried around. A violent aggression towards people of color, especially black people. If you go by this are, you know, maybe black people, you know, I don't know the guy, but. I've seen people do this before I was just angry. But then you, you know, you you. You know, if you if you were angry one one not take it out on that one personal fun at one person. While of a sudden, you know, this brought out something to you that I have to, you know, this is what people say I had to go out and find a black person to start something with me. That's there's something about you. Well that happened if it was a Hispanic guy or Asian guy would he do the same. If it was a white guy would he be going around looking a lot of white guys, you're gonna attack all of those who did it. They described as six five guy with long hair and a goatee. Would you be looking for all kinds of guys with long goatee? Why guys six five to kill you? And I say this because of first of all the reason why that's such a horrible thing to have that have that that those feelings, you know, that has that has his roots with black people going long ago in bear horrible ways. This is the reason why people were lynched when somebody was. Was accused of a crime sometimes falsely they said it was a black person that gave a mob an excuse to go into community and kill people where they did. The crown not why because I read ahead hatred, and they want to act on it. They had an excuse. I remember I'm not gonna say what I did what I did was not horrible. But I you know, I did something. And it was it was a misunderstanding. And this guy years later came into bar in saw me, and he's in we had a talk about. And I was feeling bad for him until he got to this point. We said man, you don't understand man. You made me hate black people. And I was like, okay. I might have made you mad at me. But that's you, man. It was not in not make you racist against people that just gave you a reason that's that may spark or whatever. But you care it. That's the longtime before was me. You know, don't put that shit on me. You know, that happens to minorities most of the time, you you you remember the store there was this one of your friend's girlfriend, and she asked about me, and you said she's Turkish and stuff and she said like, I knew it circus person. She was Aligarh, and they're all liars or something like. That's the tendency to do put that on minorities because there's a like a group in their mind or something and people look people do that. And I get it. Look, you know, some might happen to somebody. And I've heard people say Maine and people color black, man, I'll like Mexicans, you know. So I'm not saying that, you know, but it's just it, but it seems more socially acceptable to blame a whole race of people who minorities because listen, my noise of take shit from a lot of other people man, a lot of a lot of shift from white people. And you don't know in this. In this. Hell the damned if you do then if you don't not only are you not supposed to say, man. I can't stand white people. But you're not supposed to be mad at all. You know, you're supposed to you're supposed to be the one to take the high road. But I see it happen. The other way a lot. So yeah, it's people are mad because that is something that that maybe other people don't see, but we see happening. A lot of what you have to say. Well. I like the fact that I actually saw it in context of what he was saying. And the way he was describing it it seemed as though it was happening against him right there as he was talking about it. So when he was speaking I felt a lot of emotion coming from him as though he was there again, and I could feel that from him. And it was a case where this happened a long time ago. I guess, and if you go by that standard, it was a case where it was kind of a us against them type of mentality at that time. The public enemy type of thing lacking, proud everything. And so for him to have that type of anger, and the the fact that he's asking what color were they you know, that really threw me off off of his scam. Because I was kinda with him with the anger. You know, what I mean with that part of it? You know, what I mean like, you know, sue who was it? Okay. Cool Weber looks like that person. You know, you may lose your mind for him. And you may say, you know, what I don't care who it is. I want revenge right now. I'll care who it is. I'm with you with that. But as soon as you start asking is, and you know, what color were they that starts to get a little iffy. You know, I'm not excusing. What he did? I think it it was bad. And it was something that was underlined the whole time. Maybe at the time, it was is happening to this day at couldn't tell you less, right. But the fact that is coming up now, you know, is a bad time. Because you know, anything is after it. You know, it was going to give you give you bad bad press. Man, you must like you really must feel guilty about this. Are you just duping because I would never that was some no nobody asked you. Would it would have been better? If he actually apologized and said, I'm sorry for because he asked way kind of just like, you know, he said he wished he'd never done that or been in that main frame of mind. Okay. If you feed apologize back saying, he was going after specific group of people that would have been better for him to say that but regrets it, and he's like he was in primal, feelings and stuff. But right, which I understand like I said he's telling this story as though it happened right there again, I felt the anger and just a hopeless and helplessness that he had for that person. You know what I mean? And you know, beat a father has been, you know, kind of put myself in that kind of mind friend, where he is if the situation where you could not help that person, and you have to see that person everyday. Of course, you're going to go buck and crazy. You know what I mean? But to. To lash out on one specific group, again, you know is deaf case if you hear who it is you're gonna look for that specific person, whether you know, is black white your rage is going to take over if it's if it's black go black and white you going to go away. So I think if he did safe it was Hispanic it would have been his static place. If he was Tiny's he would replace it with Chinese. I think at that point just based off of his rage to telling the story. But again, if it had been way, I don't think he would have been going around looking look, I get the feeling I don't know. Maybe I don't think he would've made around looking for that said what color was. I mean when you get that kind of rage. I think you know, if you willing to kill anybody that looks like a certain group of people, then you are ready. You are ready to hit the seeds of hate and racism inside of you. I'll be right. That that's that's tough the call, man. Because when you are angering you up pissed man, you, you know, you go through a lot of big of a lot of crazy shit. But at the same time, you know, I'm calling out for what it was the right? And it needs to be maybe, you know list. Now, he brought it up maybe needs to be taken a task to ask about. Okay. Where were you at the time before that rate happened? I mean, let let's let's since you brought it to shoe brought it up. Let's where you did you have feelings of hatred and racism inside of you before they even happened because that's gets a better way to understand you. Now having said that again, please everybody I think some of the things instead of pissed off some people I'm pregnant piss off people again. But but whatever we have conversation it, man. So fuck everybody. Yeah. You know, this is a man that I really do look, but somebody to admit something like that at nine when you shut the fuck up. Thank this something that has really weighed on conscious. I think that's something that has really that has that when he says he feels horrible about it. I really believe that he feels horrible about it. And I really do and and this has to. Yeah. That's again this telling that story man, I felt it. Okay. I think that's why he talked about it because I'm going to tell the story. But if I say feel horrible about it regretted and stuff, then it will be okay. But still it wasn't enough for filter. I mean don't. Liam neeson. I look I don't I don't think he's stupid. He's taking a few punches to the head. Maybe don't know. What the hell? He's doing now. Yeah. Maybe really does. Maybe the next taking we'll have him beaten up the black. Maybe he's falling that he can't get up. Exactly, but old school. Maybe that's. It's okay or whatnot. I don't even think you thought it was okay. Not think he thought like, you know, something. Probably even realize it was saying, it was it wasn't context to this movie that he's doing a story about revenge. He just happened to have a story that hit maybe a little too close to home like most of these movies. Do maybe making these movies for the longest time. If he felt like, you know, what this is an incident has happened. It's gonna come out at some point. And it just came out naturally there. He even said, look, I'm gonna tell you story. And I don't feel good about it this shit all the time man something pop in my head, and I'll just go with it, man. But my point is. It's not like somebody dug this up. You know what I mean? It's not like somebody like like he was trying to hide it in somebody dug it up what he did said. And in all of a sudden, he's you know, he's trying to like backtrack tiptoe around it. It's something where it out did put it out there himself. And and it's not like, it's a Mel Gibson type of thing. Oh, I don't even. Right now because this made a minute. And then he said, I a feel bad about it. And I don't even hit that. I'm not the same person. Thing is is that we always talk about forgiveness. We always talk about people changing people some people's that people can't chain some people say, yes, people change, man. I think I'm I think I'm living testament that people kind change in, you know, not a perfect person. So maybe I can relate to him a little too much. But. I would like to let me just say. The question needs to be brought up like at what point I mean? Because this is the internet man, we live in this internet age where everything is instant, you know, somebody makes us man instantly. We hate the mystery punched instantly, what do people want? What point do we actually forgive people for something? They did years ago we've seen over and over again from James Gunn to you know, it's a to to Kevin Hart. I mean what point and this man even door anything in act on anything? He admitted that I just was anger at the time. He's a much nuts. You know, everybody has some shady thoughts in the head. We were to persecute everybody for this. Shitty thoughts like that tweets. And we we'd be very busy. We'd be doing that for a long time. You know, I think at some point if we're going to talk about racism, and how to cure it and how and how to and how to help people who not only have suffered from racism, but people who are racist. Who again, you helped him out that helps that does help the victims of victims of racism, then shouldn't we actually look back and say, hey, man, you know? No. I should give this person. I'm asking you. Yeah. No, you're right. I mean for me, what would have made this, you know, very cut and dry for me. Is that if after the story he he would have apologized. More definitively, you know, for acting out that way, and you know, just being very, you know, precisely who he wanted to kill if he'd had just apologize for that police for me. It wouldn't please anybody everybody. But me like, okay. Seems he's actually a regretful of what he's doing. I think the whole that. I feel horrible was kind of an apology. It was whatever. Like he's trying to mean, it doesn't have to use the word. Thing. But I like to hear the the I'm side of this just Mito, but that wouldn't have appeased anybody. Anyway, you know, I don't think it would have. And I must self a think that the internet is mob mentality an instant gratification mentality and people we talk about how we we're trying to be better people how the internet's trying to make better people because we connect the world. And then we see somebody like, and we get pissed off. And we want to destroy it. Right down the spot. I yeah. I think this man needs to this needs to be a deep discussion not just about him. But about what this is bringing up. But you know, I do believe that this happened. So long ago, he never acted on it. We do have to start forgiving people, man. The system if people do criminal acts and stuff and like later on after five years or something they can clean from their background or you have bankruptcy after seven years. You're okay. You know in it works in the system like that. If this is long enough, you know, you have to let it he didn't even doing anything. He just thought. Thoughts. And he said, I feel bad about it. And I don't wanna be that. Like, you don't want to be that person. You know? So until something else comes out. We got gotta learn to forgive your shit. This was years ago. And if he hasn't or is not doing it. Now, he should go to therapy. Because like I said listen to tell that story man for him that happened yesterday. I mean, what are we again? You know, like, I say, we somehow we always sleep it on this, man. You look. On. And if you get raped by a pack niggers, Italy your phone for that not that I know. But if it was a half ass apology, but he's out there working everybody. Did everybody's out this his movies in on and people people? You're. That's that's the that's the other thing. Man people. Short term memories, some horrible shit were happened. Right. Then here everybody get the battlecry tear that shit down. And then you know, let a week pass by you. No, that's fine. Pecking Nick is that was yesterday. You know? Liam Neeson's shit. Now. I I don't know. I I think. Danielle said something she was right. She said forgiveness is one of the hardest things to do in the I can I can see really in context. Now, you know because we talk about what horrible crowns, but now seen it would just a guy who had thought and everybody wants to his men down now. Yeah. It was bam. And you heard me say, why was bad? I was angry about it. But the same time, I think, you know, you got to somehow communist down it using commonsense. And just say, listen really out of not only in the context eastern story with the context of it now years ago, and he is not a person at least I don't think again, I'm just happy. I heard it through his words in context. So yeah, I'm glad TMZ than pull this shit up. Thought about it for a week. And he was really really upset and said and stuff like that. It's not like out of nowhere. Like, oh, you know what I don't. I don't like these guys or something. We're talking about anybody want to chime in on this at all. Coming grabbed the microphone and talk and talk into the mic in you know, so we can as Julian Glen embassy. You got the Mike. Okay. All right. I just feel like it was responsible for him to bring it up in the first place. If all he was going to say afterwards is felt horrible. It was like it was like socially, progressive blue balls. We have the whole Jesse small situation that happened and he had opportunity like after bringing that up to really like speak on that. And to really like apologize for like being in that. But he like just brought it up out of nowhere. Just like, oh, ios horrible. Well, I mean like I said I don't think he brought up out of nowhere. It was it was in context to movie like a lot of his movies. But I I get you. That's why I said in a while. I believe in forgiveness believe like, okay? You know, don't don't walk out. Just yet. Let's let's talk about this. It's more. Maybe I think there does need to be something with him being held to task about his feelings before they like, Amen. You know, that's kind of a heavy. That's a heavy thing. You dropped. I mean, maybe we need. I'd like to know a little bit more because you've got to scare me right now. It was it was definitely like it sounded like taking steps in the right direction. But like if if you're not going to like, I don't know if you're not gonna. Yeah. If you're not gonna apologize properly and explain better than like don't bring it up at all, you know. And that's what I was just saying, you know, if he didn't if he had a definitive I'm sorry because he kind of said it felt bad. But if he had a definitive, you know, I'm sorry. I thought I thought that way back then it would would've smoothed over think a little bit better. A little bit the same thing. He did way back then he made it all about him. Raped. And what did he do stay with her and comfort her? No. He went out to beat somebody up. Anybody any black, man? That's what I'm talking about can stand in for another. And then now, he's says, oh, you know, I had these feelings, and it's horrible. I mean, keep you guilt to yourself, man. Yes. And that's what I'm saying. You know, let's say man that that's a disrespect. But that's what I meant. When I said that rape was an excuse. Yeah. I'm sorry. I really am sorry in horrible to say. But I I really believe that even now, you know, he's admitting this to expunge his own guilt to make himself feel better not to help society not to teach a lesson. Not to talk about just to say, you know this. This was my horrible feeling and I'm so guilty about it. And it's terrible and everything. Yeah. Yeah. It is. But the nation the world. Doesn't really need to hear that. Should. I bet to hunt him down and kill him. She is shaken. Husky is about to get. Shit trembling with anger for them, man. Even worse. It was just a promote a movie with the topic. He knows poignant right now. Yeah. Yeah. Julian how you feel like I'm scared to go home. Military right shit. Does. She will hunt down and kill him. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Yes. That's how that's how starts. He weighed people. Not the not the right time. And like like if you're going to bring that up. It's like they were saying like if you're going to bring that up you got to you got to really go into it. You can't just bring it up just to agree with you, man. There's another interview got to follow. But this somewhere, I mean, I do believe in forgiveness. I mean, I can't carry this way to the something many, even do, but no I don't think that people need to roll over and be like cool bidding. You know, can't do that. It's there's something else did. Yeah. People will put out a statement or something say. All you have to do is just go in there, promote the movie, man. Yes. Do what you do. How old are you, man? You've been doing this long. Really? Well, everybody's talking about it. Now tomorrow. Pursuit. Oh, you know. Well, that's that's the heavy topic for tonight. And I thank you guys chiming in on it. I appreciate pre really do. I really do. All right. Let's see. Over over is. Yes, sir. You know? I don't people hating on Liam Neeson's there. But we managed you see every week. We got real billons out there, man. People really causing chaos and mayhem. All that stuff, downright evil to people as woman. I really look I don't believe people are most I changed my mind about that. While I believe most people not evil, but Dan, they could be shitty. I just don't understand how people sometime can just be as mean as they are in openly do it and not see how that is wrong. As woman sat on a plane, and she said, and I look on to stand planes and not comfortable airlines. They stopped giving a shit a long time ago. They will pack you'll as intellect sardines and put you up an air can give us about your conference. So we've all been through it unless you draw on this you ride, I less, you know, how it is. Well, cattle in the sky, but they had this one woman sit between two to to do too. Big people. I would say obese, but they said hope between two big people. And and so in people that get mad about the complain. But she was openly she was openly angry about that. And did she go to the stewardess and saying anything, she actually, you know, go to the bathroom and just kind of blow it off? She had to sit there and let these people know your fed, the blonde woman sitting in the middle seat on a commercial airline begins complaining loudly on her cell phone, saying the passengers on her, right and left are overweight. And she can't take it. This. Just impossible is this Bush should make it happen. Second on a United Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Newark. The unidentified woman openly fat shaming the passengers sitting evil to they. Sloman this bitch here. Talking on the phone to anybody. She just wants to say, I should just holding the evil. The fetes. Even make you Kuroba evil. I know I know they hurt us like cattle, but they had to sipping between two cows, really. Norm. Rogers Plainfield New Jersey, a registered nurse was one of the passengers sitting next to the woman and recorded the rude and inappropriate comments on her cellphone. And then later posted it on Facebook, which is since been viewed more than two million times. I talked to her over the phone today. And she told me she couldn't believe how she was treated. She was verbally abusive. What made her think it was okay to body? Shame to people then Rogers says things began to escalate the verbal remarks about her weight becoming more and more personal. Finally, Roger King. You'll face. Listen, I am. I heard you saying because I know you understand too. I get it. I'm look I'm not going. I'm not going at like on the nicest person in the world and act like I didn't have the same kind of situation in thoughts about it. Not to the point where I was mean is but I have been on a plane, comfortable situation. I have sat between two large people not bought like, okay. This is not comfortable. This is this is actually kind of awkward, and I was kinda you know, I didn't have any room. But did I never never once thought that I would turn around and say, hey, you fat. Fuck. Never thought never thought about the people's weight. Besides the whatever obviousness that was there. I never start. Something mean about them never thought, you know, eat a salad you fat. So you never know. Those those words never crossed my mind. I down shut the fuck up. Our if I really felt uncomfortable. I it if I was that woman. I would've got up an asked students to just can you possibly move me to another seat because it it is the space is very very limited right there or move one of them. A move. Jeez. High expect a plane take off these books behind. We'll valley. The thought that man that that was that was shitty to me, and you and and what really gets me is like first of all you don't need to be saying shit about anybody's wait when loose like you ain't hit the gym up lately. And and especially when you you fucking wrinkles on your face Ness, scarf, you wearing I mean, when you look you would you would not the most you supermodel, you would not the most beautiful person on that plane say that her, you know, wish is going to say my wrinkles are not bothering anybody bother me. Bitchy person dude on the size. Like, yeah. I'm spreading myself. I little bit more. Almost up hold them up breath. Exactly. Mind bids for the next four. Spread it out. All ova is, you know, this really I would not say anything about this woman. I would even probably see this woman as as beautiful person. But it's something about people with really funky attitudes. That just turns them ugly, man. Yes. This woman. And I I look at the you know, you might have thought differently, but you've got the Manley's fucking face. I looked at a long and hard and I kept looking. Like that. You look you look mainly, but you look like a certain man, and I looked at it. And I said Jesus you snake from hair pot. Here. The snake win blunt. Look just like that. No, I'm not body shaming her because she's a we'll have an ugly attitude. You don't AB talking shit about somebody. We're look when you bet the flood a wars to teach the dark arts should don't. Doc. I'm only talking about this woman because I just feel like she deserves it like feel like she's that bad that look like Alan Rickman angle. I mean, that's a given. But I would never say things like that to this woman. But you wanna talk shit about people you want people ugly that makes you ugly. Man. I, you know, I don't understand how you can't see how cruel you being that and people on the plane they actually called out on it. Like it got. It got awkward, man. People start defending the people that she was sitting between he had enough and called out to the flight attendant. Verbally abuse by anybody s Rogers. Into smacker flight attendants attempted to find the woman another seat while stunned passengers on the plane admonished her for her behavior. Keep Tom, but this salad you don't eat. No fun. The fug on. If you eating salad, you wouldn't look like a fucking who'd. And you don't know sound if if she really wants to be mad at somebody. She has to be mad at the airlines because some airlines policies of like if you're over this weight like you gotta get two seats or something like that. But like. What are these people are going to do? They're not going to lose fifty pounds right away. Shaming them. Fifty pounds. I guarantee you take one look at this woman as she ain't been eating no salad. And if she has been drowned in ranch and blue cheese and all kinds of shit and bacon bits all on a sheen. It's funny because he talking about he said, you probably eat the most unhealthy, Sal in the world probably slices a ham and shit on just want to have that magic Saturday leave make you lose like fifty pounds and one one bite supposed to tone it salad. This is not gonna work. No work. You're here. Now, you cannot do anything like you talking shit. There's not going to change anything. So you know, like a salad hit time. I eat. So like a salad. Made her the most gorgeous, personal fucking plane Sally helping bid. You Muslim stick to Burgas because Halloween selling and helping you one bit. Sally with bitch. Dress. Eat sell it at I'm hungry. That's why I'm so angry. No, no, no. She. No fuck. No, sell it at all. She's like I just thought in my diet today. Yeah. Okay. One salad while we address them beefsteak. Fishy. Fuck you, man. You know, I didn't get to the part where people are defending people just got fed up with her. The video has now and those who have seen it say they are appalled gusting nauseous. Conflict resolution experts say the woman in the middle made a bad choice and should have handled it differently than women who was getting upset shouldn't just gotten up right away. Gone. To the flight attendant said change my seat joke escape Arkham. No, I'm saying. Talk. She's just so she knows what she's talking about. And by the way, west back, man. Purple. Purple jackets. Crazy crazy thing crazy face. He's making us. Oh, there you go. All right. She should've asked doing this. And tell me where the Batman is. We get here. Let's move on. Because that just totally made everything null and void with us. Shitty. A good looking woman, man. Of. Shit. Okay. We've been talking about Florida, man. Oh, yeah. Tom about Florida man, talked about Florida woman. Got a new one out there. Now, you know, the Florida dawn, Lord, Amanda, Florida woman. They actually took a vacation I think the anniversary this trip. That's when Florida kid came in. Florida teen junior. Yeah. Yeah. Man. Well, mom and dad Florida hell Florida kid had to come in take up the slack this week Florida kid. Movie over us. Florida kid got a crazy, then the employer man off Florida woman. He's the new generation. Oh, you say him. I gotta be handle girl. Oh, yes. Yeah. Florida girl. Yeah. All I got to say. When Florida girl is around lock your door. No matter what is your house door. You call doing no matter what you're doing with it. Always like, you're doing first of all you Florida. You should do that. Anyway. But this this is a this is a big lesson in locking up your car. Even if you get a just a second I woke up to a phone call that she took off with their. Order pizza in took over their car. Dreaded phone call for any parent but late Tuesday night Joseph Bigalow, says he actually. Hit drunk. Took over the car. Perenniel parent but late Tuesday night Joseph Bigalow says he actually wasn't surprise. He got a call on wrong track. And you do whatever you want. Deputies arrested his daughter Josie Bigelow after they say she ordered a pizza from Papa John's to her neighbor's house and stole the delivery drivers car nobody here what do pizza. I don't eat pizza. I. Come home eight you say. Everybody. Everybody's pizza your stomach says otherwise. Good now pizza. I don't eat dominoes. No well Perez. He hurt his doorbell ring at midnight. And was greeted by the men holding pizza delivering pizza to nine dress. And why he was doing eight salad. Somebody jumped from. From this area over here jumped in the car and took off with his car only, our cameras were there is deputies question. The two in look for the vehicle car was basically right there ended up six miles away on CBS avenue in built heels driveway pick our driveway like, you know, like a real victim. Driveway. Driveway. Anybody? I don't know whether they were chasing the girl deputies arrested Bigalow. Her father says Josie and her boyfriend plan the whole thing to stole a piece of man's car. And she's has. I can't even say pizza. He just dove. I thought he said a pizza a piece of a man's car. Thinks why she just take the door. Said the cop text messages of her and her boyfriend talking about Robin people and all that. Aglow says cheese pepperoni. Chimera front fourteen girl was fourteen. She's fourteen years old dad it's on, but yes, she and he and I like the way dead just gave up dead there say, yeah. And she she just don't get worse. Get any better. She's on be a prostitute sixteen that gave up because of the she became like this because him gave up earlier than the cop. Text messages of her and her boyfriend talking about Robin people and all that dayglo says deputies led her out of the juvenile detention center four hours after the arrest, which he says isn't long enough. Straight up and down. Well, I agree with pops a little bit. This don't make you look too good either. I mean girls fourteen where did you Fokker? Paint laid out somewhere. Little too late, sir. Yeah. Jail commit another crime. Looking at the he did you lock you'll call dude. She probably stole your shit too. There's a terrible crime the pizza delivery guys out there. Trying to make a living, man. He's hustling, you know. People can get very shitty tips. So I'd I'd live undelivered pizzas about live for heaters. So, you know. So you know, when I was sixteen you were little. Money. Do I still had a car, and I need my car to make deliveries. So these people are getting paid a whole lot. Actually, I might even change. I knew one guy he was us. Megan Bank Ltd pizzas, man, is you've heard of this man like liberty guys some of them like they really really go out. They make good money. I don't know maybe the bake in Robin should come. Space some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. 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Episode 67: RIP Rehab

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

50:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Episode 67: RIP Rehab

"STARLINGS! Thank you for listening to the Star audio podcast network. We have so many great comedy shows to add to your playlist just last week on Star Burns audio on Gilbert Godfrey the amazing colossal podcast, Gilbert and frank joined by the legendary, Allen and Adam Arkin. On. The untold our Jessica Joe and Andrew Bowser are joined by Connor. Go sell the man behind the haunted historian instagram account. On small doses. Amanda Seals is going full cancer season this week, talking about the side effects of feelings this week on profiles and Eccentricity, an interview with bill and Ted Creators Chris Matheson covering his new book, his famous father and time travel's most excellent adventurers on that black ash show, W Kamau Bell, writer, comedian and host of CNN's united. States of America joins. Joins say Sloan in celebrating Spike Lee's nineteen ninety two film Malcolm X. Search Star Burns audio on apple podcasts, spotify or any podcast platform, poor pool list of our shows, featuring hosts like Shane Moss Miss Pat and the sklar brothers don't forget to follow us on instagram twitter at star Burns audio. Enjoy the show and remember stay safe. Stay healthy and keep laughing. Hey. It's white boy Chris if pat-downs ever made you laugh, then join our patriotic and support, US get bonus, content, a t shirt, or an autograph copy of Rabbit Ms Pats autobiography visit. Miss Pat Comedy Dot Com for the link to the Patriot and while you're there, join our facebook group. Welcome to another episode of the plant. We're here with Christy. My good friend Courtney y'all say. Avenue. Hello. Crazy. We're talking about a blast from the past when you sit creeks and I lost my good friend Rehab and we also talking about Jd Peter Jada. Jada. Wheels. No, no, don't trump in on this list. On my Jamie MPC. Would Be Beckham. Real facts. Yet same time. To play with these same lines. Policies. Real? He's told. On. You? Turn off now. Playing. Earth! Don't. Fun Full. Listen Alpha. Tuck. tweeting. Repeating. Yes omission. We saw this. I guess she came back several times well. There's some sewer gas from the bar and I didn't know if it was you guys or the sewer gas, or what, but I'm gonNA. Keep it safe so I set you guys say you away over this. All the white person on these fucking Parque you gonNA Nickerson I like gas for gay. It's not it's not anything to do with your blackness. It's about your pussy. Oh you got another talk about black pushing that either. Chris. Hey Yeah, we gotta guest today we got my friend caught Lindsey I'll say how to call going on everybody. From, you say going on everybody but. Before you you're talking about. We got so much. Talk I've missed. You guys first thing I to talk out. About is Jada and we as she I tell you my opinion for. At people need to mind motherfucker. But then I saw a picture our sting, I'll stay favorite. What the? Algorithm Augustine. Whatever the nickname is! That's hard as name, but he was in his underwear. I was like she and I would got entangled tube. I. Wrote Dick. Todd. Rope Dake. Tangle to those go keep saying entangled. In Tang. detangle me but I see why you guy and. He was. remixed that they did for the for the US auto remakes no fucked. Remiss I'm saying that you see is pitcher. Put his pitch in his underwear and he ted it all up. I think that was because somebody asked me what Jada was entangle, she may. No. Longer under what he did. He takes wheels. Say Man I'm just checking on your case at Yale one together then he says somebody's dumped. She like why you lay him. Blow your wife Becca like. Fuck you feed I I the only story I read on it. was that he like he asked will. Smith's permission like I thought they were married, so they weren't together when it happened. Mayor. They was just separated separating Gotcha. First of all you nobody permission for some of your wife puts, does your we'll say we'll really didn't want to be on. Without UCD IT, she. We're reaching me. Stay relationship really who kills a fuck about fifty year. Digging Pussy what they do with it kind of. Me Who cares if it was me and Gary nobody will. Offer. Here come off the top ropes comes. Out. Talks about who to women. Poor He April. So that's why you know. Money's involved. She looks good. Yeah, yeah, they don't look like regular fifty year they don't even look like regular year. Old Black people so out of fucking bow talks to her face. Very well done dion. How old are you cordless? Alright, so we're all kind of the same age if Demi. Moore Halle Berry tyra banks comes up to you, you go. It's time to fulfil my thirteen year old famous Jada Beacon Smith. List. Yeah, well I mean I mean what I'm saying is really gears of fuck. If you. If you ask going on in your life, you will be giving a fuck about wheel. 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I'm going to wrap this up in a serious comment, but I can't wait to tell everybody I don't i. don't think I think. She cut him off and he sneakers. When you get some good pussy or supposedly wasn't expecting, and then it just goes away. Literally lose your mother fucking. Couple months if you don't know what to do when he's eighteen was ruined for that reason. Is Hair. He looking to do some things. Know. What happened daddy came home is. A good dig baby, but you must be tied up outside and. Daddy's home in Daddy's got way more money than Augustine August I. Don't fucking know a gallstone whatever the nickname meals to the masters. You. If you're competing with? Kids father just don't even try like if. That's the first rule of dating single MOMS. You need to know how much they hate that guy because I've seen them. Go like I've been dumped for the kids dad before because that like bond family's always there. He should've known that he was not by somebody. Mom, absolutely for The for the kids, Dad Yeah. Yeah. You can't comp- I. He had he had no business. People will any real mother. Got, his Dick. Fuck you even if we got his dick cut out, he steal husband materials like that's big. Willie, you're not. You're not Tom Nickel writing welcome to Miami. Ashley. Men? In. Black. It's not beating. That dude is your. Arm and Eddie Murphy you. I don't know. August was expected I. Really don't. Vagabonds. Hole in want his time to go. In black thing and just went. Forgotten that Yup they. Got Rid of. Go I mean again. WHO gives a fuck? You know I'm sorry. But be people want entertainment this. Is, the thing is WHO gives a fuck? is they business and I mean she. She went to the red tape. I'm like Jada. You Ain't got to buy why you've. Seen Him in his drawl between. Know why you've heard a onboard. Courage to do and transparency on both parts to even go through the tabling. Bring it out like that he he committed so what happened? At. Know what happened, so was in tangled, and we got had gotten tangled and he was like a relationship. She was like well, yeah. Like Komo Jada caller what it is. They've been open about it for now. He's saying. I'm going to get you back. It seems like you've already got me that. Tell you fuck each. Everybody Oh. You if you on that famous over level like it should be expected when you get married and like yeah, I'm probably going fuck somebody else, but. I'm GonNa Fuck, anybody. Everybody's heard about the chemicals leaking out of your vagina. To. There is trust pilot review. Lewis. Sometime they earn nearly. We all know. It takes special diet hands with you. You GotTa go here with a mask angles fucking. Day. Come! He's like I'm feeling my fingers again I'm like. My baby getting this feeling bad foggy moment. They got no die here. They have to be out of there. I've heard a lot of people say that. If the roles reversed will, Smith will be getting killed in the news if he had groom some young girl. Of course because this bad comanche, but when a woman! Empowerment. Empower the. Best lives. To. Do for me. I understand why Jada dig up cigarette big. I get and getting into sixth grade like I did. I am sick of Dake. See, no did get the fuck out totally over. Over. I'm over Washington Shit out of me. I didn't cancel. I ain't gay them, but I'm lounge guy taverners you out on the. Roll over I'm good. She need. Baby. To All With a mask on though ooh! fucking mass, Garrett didn't he say he won't. He won't kiss you won't Kim? He say ise. We social distancing. So long so he could do it. Along You right I do have an old td now got questioned nipple. News Upbringing, that bag I'm GONNA. See here and have you talked about her titties Oh did it? Oh. What she say, say she. All stay. I, See A wh-. Anywhere! To. The table selling shirts. To Sell Insurance. She showed her titties for sure. She was. Zero, Growth Gone Wild Chris. He was wild into a little bit. One time I was reading my voice. I was auditioning for a show. What was that show what we did in Atlanta and it was It was a comedy show. We did it at the line Over there show no one last comic standing there was. Coming to the stage now I want to come to the white show. Oh? Embassy stand for the Varsity Ryan. Forgotten the name of the show before I. Say You had to say your name was show I. Say My Name Is Patricia William only and. I'm glad to be auditioned for girl going while. Ask! How did you give Tony? I didn't get. This ain't going. Be. The. Justice next story from last comic standing. That's my favorite MS power. So who? Need. was his first night at the Anthony just came. You know I didn't know the type of person. I heard Anthony Anthony Justin leak, but and never like like work with him. I didn't know that's the way he get out. He Sarcasm and she really committee said well. I don't care if you guys lose and and I'm getting physical fucking the white boy talking to this bullshit. Why only? That's what I'm saying to myself. Is this like a pep talk before pass? An asshole in the pep talk and so Out a little Bush's Saint. means she say an anti day. Of course I wanNA fuck, are you? Told me is she looked at him and said who the fuck are you Jessica Snack. I'm quite as he missed his name. I think just a snake because I. Got Him Jumping Jack. Everybody out like what the? Fuck. Are you he like? Oh. All I hate young people. Montreal! Oh my God. She's on. She's been selected for the superstar just like top ten list of up and coming comedians no one. Who writes. Top team rising light, it's to blow up. Next got right. Who's WHO's next, so it's basically like. Nine eight people to be fair who are like? Youtubers or like popular. And then there's Miss Pat, and she's sitting on the stage with with like six seven of them. I was a Youtube Youtube. was other girl. It was all kind of days love. Black girl name, she do the black sketch show. So she you know she she created. Amanda is not amount of southern dusty. Dusty slow now, but it was. It was just was. It was her name. Robin Robin Robin Robin. It was it was. It was a I felt like I didn't first of all I never heard of variety top team comic. Everybody heard it helped me, so I'm at home doing my laundry. I get a phone my manageable and he's like. Hey, this is rage I. Think the Manager Age and lawyers on a follow him. We'll fuck out what happened, and so it was like. Hey, we want to tell you something. I'm like Oh okay. He's a bad since auto zone designed time. As! They was like you was selected for the variety top team. USA what the fuck is day. And so as it and he was like. I'm doing my laundry. What are you guys one? So I hang up. Oh okay wow. Out fishy Google. I didn't even crew didn't cook though that's. About it now that's huge. What happened? Laws are hung up in my managers like we knew you. Don't give a fuck and it's a big deal to. And so I call caller followed a comedy. She and he's like you was chosen for that I'm like what the fuck is day. He's like DAS-. Good everybody so I started looking at started googling it and I was like damn. Everybody got this Damn Award. I I don't Fuck Shit. So I went to my lunch and we get there and he's all these youtuber. Transgender Gerda. I didn't know what transgender to the last fucking mid I'll put my hand on a kneecaps she. said she got totally fooled. ONSTAGE, she sitting there next to her, and they mentioned she's transgender. And what happens because you increase your I was. Out! Pat Doesn't say anything but her famous book everything. She found out she was pregnant. Do what was going through my mind, but I didn't WANNA. Fuck up my comedy career. I was like I wanna say you. FACEBOOK is. You. Look good look like a fucking garage looked good. Yeah, and she say. She says she was a transgender and I had no fucking clue, and then I looked at our feet, and she had some fucking jellies with some football size. Trading Ginger. You Ain't got the memo for our girl clothes. Congratulations you're on variety's top ten next, most likely to be canceled list. L. The best part and somebody was talking to. She goes fuck, are you? Say. It was the little it was a. she was a youtuber type person she was he. Is The why do. I don't know you, but I'm GONNA. Find out who you. Leave. Google. Just doesn't give a fuck, and that's my favorite thing about us. I say y'all told me with top tea. WHO WOULD FUCK OUT? Clans I'm on stage week when we really knew that he couldn't get in the country. Well. I knew the audit. Steve and then I knew Puerto Rican makes a cream on war. The white do there was up there like? he might be. Yeah? He's, but I knew him. I knew him and and then I knew Robin and I think she hated me. You, called her out in front of everybody. I wasn't trying to look. All I know. Pick. Occupy. bitchy groping no transport. I say. Downplay everything. My saw that one because I've been talking to somebody and I come in and. Stand there and Chitchat Boring Chitchat, and then you know and I was you know I grew up poor, and I grew up in a trailer park. Very solemn, and you didn't grow up in a trailer. I was. He Will Paul. Negro. Your trailer park had been and wheels. BTU World about. As. She looked as she was pissed and see what I like about. Hollywood is when you gotta play like you gotTa struggle I mean there's so many other ways to be funny. You Ain't gotTa have a struggle to be funny I think I think anyway I think I'll different types of comedy, or you need when his personally about you. I hate when a mother fucker try to be something that they're not even at the. We left that show and I only really know Robin. Robin, the-the is A. Good I mean a nice girl. Rue creative at I google her. Her pairs educated as a mother fucker. You'RE NOT GONNA, get to educate. It niggles in no train Paul unless somebody got all time amnesty, they don't they don't remember got bank account. My thing is what I don't like about. Hollywood because you gotta play like you something and not saying that that's what she was doing. I just say well. What kind of what kind of school you went to? You grew up in a trailer. Pa You, you sound like the way you sow versus way me and dusty sound a sound like you. Got New books ever you. Say Curriculum. And I said that they're gonNA. Make up anything so. I don't know I just. I like being earnest. I like an s mink I'm on I'll. Take it the wrong way. Be with me. I've always said me my pusher Tammy. I'll tell you. Bad up a little bit. Life, that's the thing that you're the closest I've ever come to Hollywood so like hearing your stories hearing like going to La with you being around. I'm just like I cannot wait to watch her career because I don't know how you do because it just seems so fake, and like everybody's so very fake plastic and Oh my God. What are you doing, yeah? You would me I'm down for you. Bitch on, even know you didn't get myself on. Leave me the fuck. Fuck alone I want to go. Back and forth my own. The. Like when when I was my pilot, literally, the lady who did cater was own pins and needles who I said what the fuck is wrong with you. You Star as opposed. That's a bitch, all stars. It takes all of us to shoot these pilot. Okay, don't be holding me people at way. No meat, eat bitch. I'm going to eat anyway and I. I mean like they one thing I did like when I show. My pilot is when they made the extras way. I'm like all human beings while we can't get to go. You got the other month that doing something. He's supposed to what tell his fucking assistant. Because everybody got assistant assistant got system the fix fucking play input into microwave like real nichols do. I think she called you driving back from. From Joe Rogan. and. Her lawyer had sent her dom Perignon as a thank you. She's like this is stupid. Why would he send me this? This is annoying. I'm. You coulda gave me to unfitted I'll give me a week. She literally called him and said that. Thank you token. Bullshit I you. House on flow right now. Not at ain't thanks I'll drink down. Open your. Now! IS A. Little bottle. I can't drink the she. Should I like olive garden. Allen Godoi. Are Down. Or go done gardening. K. Spell down breeze. My My agent but me. Bottom shoe because when I sat my. Set My Netflix. About shoes I had on was like. Nine hundred dollars and it was rare about my friend taught me. He's he's. GonNa go great with you. Would you do look good, but I don't. One hundred dollar heals our lie. Heels Niggle. About these you and what I did is i. tape the bottom up. Your. Red, electrical tape. No as hard wherever nine lose. PAYPAL and the Dow foam up under the bottom, so he's hurt me. SCREAM CREEK! So. I put on my manager. Lloyd out and it was like what did you get it on your shoes? I'm taking me she. was taking the ahead. Yeah, shoot now on the night. I. GotTa take a break. Vinny. Tell You A. Few days before guys. Is there something interfere with your happenings are prevent you from achieving your goals cannot tell you about a program called better help better health would assis- your knees and met you with your own licensed professional therapies. You Start Communicating under twenty four hours. Listen is not a crisis hotline. Okay is not self help is the professional counselor Don Secretly Online? You Ain't got nobody you'll be not your mama system not onto ninety is between you and whoever you choose to be your counselor. There's a broad range of experts available, which may not be locally available in many areas. 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Just alcohol, all kinds of sheep and wanted it gives was the pair ray bottom shoe decrease it towed as easy to get. That was a i. think toy at that. Whole shoes. She was she was hoping given to her. That's not what might crooked as John. I can't let them chew. Left man. Momma is pushing lake. Scales towards balloting. I would've putting them shoes all fucked up my equal liberty in my vagina. So I want fugger them shoot. I grabbed him focus shoes and took them back and got me a possible. Some I'm going use I can't do that. Shit, I'm. Like White Center brisket, be high as he shoe dog. Muggy kneecap shake. I can't do this. Shit me I just I like simple she. I like being around real people. I like simple she. Needs you coming up to me, acknowledged you crazy shit! I July simple sheet. Where do you think that comes from that? Just that you are exactly as you seem like this? Is You like there's no most people in entertainment. There's like two versions of them like where does that authenticity come from drug dealing money Nigga. I don't want to bring in the streets. I. Had a fucking dope dealing money so when you dope dealer Monday? This out is Hollywood money I don't give a fuck about having lunch. The wheels meal I don't me a nice guy. I'M A fan. I gives a fuck about ice cube. Everybody know in Chink fillets. Everybody, go fuck out. I'll say this to like coming from Atlanta. He's liberties all the time. You know what I'm saying they. Ain't nothing okay. Liberty you know I'll have to. Do it ain't even about being a celebrity I like people a pickup post beers, so if spirit right then I have a conversation with you have your spirit against the fuck. Fuck, who you I? Run up taking pictures you out. You Fuck. I don't folk who you are on folk. Don't dish. Don't excite me because his work. You know where people are Oh my God. You're doing his business as my job do I. Come to your job and get excited about what you do. So whatta fucker you getting excited about what I do a job I don't hear the physically klopp obituary. My Eyes Open working. Who Ram don't even think athlete. Knows, you, call, You woke me up at five the other morning. Why are you up? Breath is in the middle I. Wanted to. Get Oh, but let's say. Anything that's the worst part of being. PADS I had to go to braver never if I eat come on breakfast. Breakfast. It'd be oranges and bananas. Apples coffee. You may reservation for. GotTa! Talk. I like breakfast. I like to get up early because my mind is always fucking going I remember watching. The Michael Jackson move leaves a little boy, and he got his first lady damn near lost his mind and their market. The off his face. And so. New! Yeah and he was like he was locked in his room of Mr Bubble and he say I don't know Mommy I just get all of this music in my head, and I can't get it out and I feel like that all the time like Shit just be jumping at my and I'll be picking. We'll say what is dear. Let me. Just leave people to walk alone and just write this down because literally I can think of five six I. Did I just call you guys the other day about ideal and everybody's like fucking. Fun House like A. RANDOM STREET BAM POPS OUT OF MY head and Multi same way with comedy is like I'll go to sleep thinking about it i. wake up thinking about it little. Our my husband Miller Hey nigga style snow. What do you did define? He lead me to long. I'm like I need to test it out on somebody before I. write it down and you close them vulgar next sylvie. Clock in the morning to hey, you will. And I think. I think a lot of it is from me being a juror, dilip, because you know I'm always watching my back always up early Friday when I crack May. He's fucking like roaches may out waiting for their mother motherfucking direct deposit here she. Didn't. Rule Out. A. Young NIGGA. Sleep. I was getting out early. Modern more than one of from sixteen to clogging I will get all that money I'm about four five thousand votes day already started so everything else was gravy so I I stay even when I shake. I was there when the mall opened. 'cause people ain't focused when the mall is opening, and you go in there and do your business you out when out other criminals come through. They get caught so when you're selling drugs. You're making four five thousand dollars a day now. At one trip. I was about ten grand a day. When. I had a partner named fault. Yeah I so much money. What did you do? What would you do with that and they go to? A, young age so. Yeah, so that's my first one two thousand dollars when I was sixteen. Wow, I'm when I I made my first thousand dollar because on my his father went to jail. No But I was struggling and I'm got my because you know Whacko from. Style just counter. Thousand seem like a lot. where I came from so when I got my first thousand dollar actually thought I was reached. Anyone we kept going in hooked my friend fraud and the trump. Oh, my God was my old street on Baldwin play until it all down now over there in the way steam. And when I lived. We moved away when I came back, he was like Oh ain't nobody. Junk is coming out of the projects and I went over there, and I made out at money's got them. Quick I just moved to trout right? That's my old neighbor and the money was fucking. Stupid sounds. Yeah, it was stupid and I remember my I had a friend. We don't from nine. Then out of was what debt then? Ended up. In Israel, but he wanted to. Be Funny. Did there was. No one over there by. Over by the stadium over about dome. Those projects right there is. No not. Until now. I can call my question. But so any projects? I wanted to his house one time and see the fast out the him. When you on the federal government after you, you go and Change Your profession because you doubt they're going to get you, Jeff, so I went always house one in the first time I've seen the silence of God just had a shooting in the bag, and he just got salads of all his boys, guns and sheep. Sheep, and so I was over there to get like a quarter of a key. Don't and so I'll go now and I. Never seen this much dope in my life, and then Nigga Hey, money stacked to the wall by tallest me Co Cassidy. GimMe my little dope so I'll get the fuck outta here because they come in here right now. We ain't gonNA never get out of jail. Said and like this bitch was doing my hair because his girlfriend had. He ended up od, but I tell you. The willies re re weird. Is Drug Dylan? To! Have you go online? You Google Song can't get no lower. His name was Tim. He was big time. I can tell you now. 'cause he went to the face, and he was the most nerdy mother fucker. Look like he corre- nerdy is full out of low Ryan trucks used remember song can no law. That was my supply for own show A. Made that Nigga so much, mother fucking money. I probably made him millions and I had a college student, a boy who was in in house I mean morehouse college student. He was there for to be a doctor came from a very wealthy family and started selling dope. Lame is motherfucking lice. Game, Nigga you have WANNA see with the Kurla hair all the cocaine. You ever wanted to motherfucker city. He don't want taught me how to say it I mean he didn't want to cook though I'm like. Why are you selling dope and you and caused to be a mother fucking of Doctor. You! He was literally at Morehouse College. For some type of be doctor, he told me and he was selling old dote. Emma fell one time delivering two kilos adult over the only street in the rain on a motorcycle and Shit Damn near ripped. His showed he had their bleeding. He got like two hundred thousand book bag and. He got two kiddos dose strapped onto the fucking motorcycle. He said well, he failed. He told they can't. Take the dope and get the fuck out. I just rented a gay some who stopped two kilos adult. We used to take the dope and the money. That's why he didn't get locked up Knicks. His shoulder down to his elbow. Say. You shouldn't do in the Michael Jackson Thriller Back. Out of that ten thousand dollars a day. Like what's your profit margin like how much you keeping? And what are you doing? I had a partner. So what we would do is. We would take it and we buy a quarter key. Remember they she I think tank quarter Qisas nine ounces. Make you make about two grand up by eighteen thousand miles back by what we will do it. The nine thousand dollars I. WE SPLIT differ. We will go by. We'll split it down the mirror and go by what on the next time. Yeah, so you just keep putting back into it some of it. Yeah, and then you will take your money that you say, and you can't go to the bank account adult money. Down notes. Chris Wilken the trap and one. Oh One. Could take because I've never had a bank account. My Bank account was always in the house. He had no money. I can figure this out. Marine. Album somebody broke in my house. One time stole like twelve ounces of Dope twelve ounce. They used to go for nine hundred thousand dollars a piece. Wow, and I was so fucking pissed. Because I know these regular has negative live near me. She's still mad. My friend Tim like that. She brought me a whole nother fucking twelve ounces adult. Wow and edges heat the trip I used to. I was really comfortable, sixteen seventeen. This. I'll just trying to get my license permit. English. Just discovered. You know limp biscuit. Kool G Willa cours now. My my kids running with Jordan and Polo with no Paulo bag polo wasn't popular Tommy Hilfiger. Everybody had had some. Notable me now that what we wouldn't a trail. We Will Paulo and nautical. That's what everybody will polo in nautical. And it was MCM which made a major comeback and they will Gucci. Louvre Thanh and everybody you know, everybody wanted. A hand held phone. That's one thing I. Never I, I. couldn't I talked too much the? I fucking literally I would just tell him Gary on. There might say we saw my police brutality, right and I I don't know what type of police is I? Don't understand a police today. Even as a crack bill. They was nice to me like literally with Elvis a beer took their one on me because he found my dope that my cousin he he literally paid me and say you need to turn yourself in because you ain't GonNa say dope to get you for this war, so I was saying look Nigga let me, said land little bit of Dope, and then we'll come on determined because I gotTA. Make a bomb. It's an actual conversation you had. Office a beer. was at the mind, but let me try to Chelsea work with me, so I can work with. The more. Do Movement. Gala heads up on me but I gotta get you. Clack clack gotta run for Mayor, I will say dealt when he clocked out, when because I knew he was a morning officer, so whenever whenever three thirty. Hour literally call the police departments. They can be a beer. Oh, he's left for today. Yeah, come on and go, said it. Don't put it the clock in the morning. Thank you, what? What are you taking vacation? Did you ever think about like moving up to that next level? Where that you know, the doctor was or like growing it grows. I wasn't a very bad relationship with my first kid. And nobody will give me the, didn't. Won't they kind life back? Then you know that's when black really started killing each other during the crackup them I. Want to go kill nobody that's. Just wrong. We ain't got like that over there. She we sell and tell us and ORCAS and brothers and she'd. Been in the family. This is wholesome. Crack dealing yes. I was I wasn't. Even, when I had I had a Seville Cadillac and that beach was that they had to fucking remote control is I get. Remote Control Radio, the joystick rail machine. Then you this win pop your face. I came out. The joystick, the boom back I'm sixteen years old with a crackhead on the side lot of license and this. Like. Sixteen I had spoke on the back wheels on my bike. I don't want to hear your board. Not Crack rails. I had to chrome going down the side of the car. The Big Cadillac grew at egon out my out a sun roof. Hours. Ryden isn't stole my car and my kids. My father like they kidnap and don't beat Hey. NIGGA wingo about over no call. We're GONNA Whoop Disney as because he stole my boom macabre. We don't kill nobody. I ain't trying to go to jail. I'm just wanted. A new radio, mccaw so funny, so but I I wasn't violent like that like I respect it the the crank case. And then she had the kids. You know who I miss the most from selling crack, so it was, it was his junkie. He's name was rehab so every time he bought dope for me, said Hey, rabbit ginsu sacks. I'm going to the Rehab so i. just named Rehab because every time you buy, he's. Sexy? All. Relax. He said Rehab. I named Rehab. The funny. She had one time I'll moving. As Rehab, I need to go get into the trash can and give me a basel bunch of boxes because a movie, so we had to win and got out through the fucking hood and got out he fucking box out in the back of the ship, and so he's GonNa. Pay Me my three rocks whereabouts. GonNa, get fucked up my face. He's looking at Bitch GonNA. Or. You'RE GONNA pay Rent Cross. Who Do you want to pay? FORGOTTEN SC Go Nagai won't pay the Red Cross. That line to this day. That's why I got. Cranky Rehab so one day I go to say don't. have been raining like hail, so it was a Friday. I never forget. And, I, put on to ask regarding amas there, and so, what's going on and they say may Rehab those failing in the award, a little pole award and drown Abbas. Hurt I was so fucking. Her I ain't nobody GONNA tim they go into the Rehab No. Hours! He had a twin brother rights and I forgot swim. That was relapse. Redo. Brother was cry. Embedded. So I brother were crying. Games in dope and. Flowers. And I. Hope. Very your brother. Take take where he was going to. About. Ms Rehab I still call him he's bitch. Bushy your again you're GonNa pay me on a Red Cross, the line and that's. To require a fuck, you pay rent, cry now the funniest sheet to me and I run by Rehab all the fucking time. Rehab alighting Indian. Indiana mixed some really nice him and his brother. They could have been keep begging today, so rest impedes rehab wherever you might be slow Neyla Heaven. This time! By goes to hell when he comes down against the. Rehab. In having maybe. No his heaven was cracked. Right. GonNa say rest in peace of and we're going to close out. Thank you so much for leads to another episode of the PAT down. Thank you so much for tuning into another episode of the Pat Down, make sure you check out my website at Miss Tech Company. Dot Com for all of my social media. My tour dates my bull. Make sure you spread the word about my podcast. Please rate every beep. Please rate and review share Seca so much alabi Ms Pat.

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Young Thug Gets His Due, But Is It Too Late?

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Your podcast created by bank of america. What will you like the power to do. Welcome to the new york times podcast you are. I spent one hundred camera ring so she can skate a music news and criticism. I'm your host coached. Junqueira monica was zippy in the along the way thank gutting mckee extend to listen a little baby young thug off the new album so much fun. She's the number on how the country at least at this specific moment sooner not be but still too big deal thug has number one album the country those of you have been following as career her since early two thousand ten. I know that this has been a longtime in cooking and it comes interesting moment for for thug where you could argue that he has been. Maybe even a clips by the people that he's influenced. Thug is very much a child of gucci a child of wayne and now you can identify certain people will be gone a little baby etcetera who are children thug who are basically the most or among the most popular rappers in the game right now so i want to talk about the new album and wanted to talk about why it's maybe not completely representative of the arc and influence influence and aesthetic of early young so now my guest this week if you've been on the rap internet any time in the last fifteen years i know y'all have you know who is with me nauseous here engine house nike well. How's it gone to andrew's calling in from the bay area. Are you hanging out with four thousand thousand right now like is that are you taking a. He scammed me down friends anymore dan. He's really liked onepointoh scam to be honest like he's really he was gaining at least six months before st joe's that's the scan that's biggest so andrew i i met in the wilds of the early in may two thousand and girenko kane dot com which was the signature rat blog of the rat blog era than tumbling herb. When things moved over to tumbler for the last few years he has been the proprietor of park boulevard records which was a physical store in oakland which i had the privilege to go to which which is no longer a physical store but as a store that is in the virtual online space and in all of our hearts none of those things you mentioned really exist anymore. It's wonderful so andrew's been disappearing during slowly for fifteen years but i yanked him back from from the missed for this week. I appreciate coming out of hibernation. Thanks for having me. This is a treat street. This is a treat so we were talking a little bit about thug and so much fun and i think we both kind of agreed that even though this is the number one album in the country <hes> at least until taylor's with comes and clubbers it senselessly in a day or two so much findings. Maybe not the most fun thug record. That's how i if you i've i've been warming to it a little bit over the last couple of days but it does not jolt me and throw me the way that like the stuff from two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen dead head. What about you yes. It's fine like i feel like it does exactly what it needs to do and i feel like in some ways that is not jolt people like you need to be basic to be this big record because i mean we can get into it later but i was listening to some earlier thug stuff before this and like pacifier is not fitting onto the rap caviar playlist nineteen. Yes all although low key. Maybe if one of folks children did something like that then maybe but they couldn't. They couldn't yeah i mean. Do you know how they could be much more flat record so at the top of the show we were listening to low baby which is one of the songs on so much fun. There's also a song featuring low baby songs with uzi here. Twenty one is on this j. cole juice world etcetera etcetera. It's interesting someone who's been following thug for many years not just to see him become kind of like an elder figure but also someone who who collaborates with people who don't do the thing that i think he's really good at. I remember feeling like thug would kind of be dislike outsider art genius forever ever and that's not really happened. What do you think are the steps kind of between then and now like what changed the market streaming day you know i think that's i think a lot of it. Is that like what i just said where it's like. There's not really a space for confrontational music right now. I feel like in a lot of those early. Thug records were just like they would bowl you over like you. I mean i'm sure you heard like danny glover. When it came out and like twenty percent of the room mm would go nuts when it came on like eighty percent of the room. It'd be like what is going on here like this is not like even music. I feel like you can't. There's not really a space to make a record like that anymore. Yeah it's interesting because you're right. Thug is really not pre streaming in the sense of streaming didn't exist but pre peak streaming you know streaming because his biggest ten seventeen happened without streaming rich gang is still not on streaming. You know what i mean. Is that true. I should have checked to see if those record. I think yeah you're probably right. I think ten seventeen up there now yeah but rich gang is like never there's been like illegal copies pop up from time to time but i don't think it's ever gotten fisheries shouts to those people who visit abusing the district not for him. You have a much good. They're giving bring into the world. I know i for please. You think i'm complaining. I'm not complaining yeah. They've earned their like fractions tens of a penny right that hopefully they convert to bitcoin before the fed's catching them right so a thing that i think has happened a lot in recent synthetic and i mean this on this album and also in these kind of recent collaborations that he's done. I find that he is from cadence ends perspective. He's much more mindful of the one. If that makes sense i feel like he you know the psychedelia of how he chose rose to put words together and where he chose to put them forget the kind of like the melody forget that and the pattern more just like where in the beeped did he choose to land that there was something magical and odd and frankly sometimes uncomfortable especially. You know someone who grew up on new york rap app like you you it's like hard to it was hard to square right off the rip but i feel in the last two years. He knows where the one is. I was thinking about a lot though and i feel like a lot of what we're talking about. Hinges not on choices made by thug but maybe by engineers producers to okay. I think in that arab a lot of the times like his flow is sloppy. Maybe because somebody did up you know what i mean like. They brought him in at the wrong point. Is it's really hard to say. You really think about it. Always wanted to wrap on the one but like alex to may didn't didn't like semi mapra no no. This is don shots to say no. I just think i guess i'm thinking about like more broadly like the flattening of like what makes it young thug record like a lot of the choices as far as ad libs a lot of the choices as far as you know structure is like he i think he's probably always done the same thing which is like they drop a beat and he likes goes into the booth and just goes nuts and there's just different degrees of like what the finished product is. Gonna look like you know i do. I wonder the thing to me that i did get to see talk work in the studio. Once you're so lucky it was it was what you described but he didn't he didn't like spas out so much as kind of like inch along he would do like like a bar and a half and then another bar and then stitch those you bar together and kind of repeated until yet it memorized and then like third bar and then repeat all that until he had that memorized it wasn't just like a completely wild thing but he did build it in an improvisational way and then and he did run it back and ad-lib over it and then run that back and ad-lib over that i don't hear as much of that in the new first off number one i also think other artists have taken the want and ad-libbing and ran with it and and made an entire style out of it yeah so it's like less sui generis generous for thug right. I feel like the ad living is also toned down a bit at this point. Am i right in saying that and i think i'm gonna stuff. He was doing on like barter her six where it was like four bars of him just being like there's not a lot of that. No this is the thing so okay. Let's maybe play a record. I dislike which is the recent post malone actually major. I wanna play to recent thug doug features. We're not gonna play havana the camila cabello record. Let's play a little bit of folks part on goodbyes which is a recent post. Malone song that has a video where thug is crooning in like honky tonk and then. Let's play a little bit of thug on the ed. Sheeran collaborations record song is called feels roles yup and is sheer in with thug and jay haas two out of three of which makes. I don't even like to cap on it like that but like this is. This is is an odd record. Let's play. Let's play a little bit of both. I want you to my life. I want you back in night. I'm trying to cut you know knife on a slice jen kahad you've got your i watch your from you. Look take crowley arlene. No hanonen proud mean. Do we leave that would have expanded uh-huh got a suit in the glory days. I mean we really are on some old man stuff today like this but we're talking about maury as of two thousand fourteen eighteen but in the gloria for years ago yeah but in the glory days one thing that i really admire about thug was how little he collaborated with people outside of his immediate circle. You know <hes> it was like a self contained loop from you know from gucci to thug basically and then yeah well. He said something really cool in the big boy interview. I think where he's like. He's like yeah if it's just a dude like he's gonna wrap like it's just like some random guy like and his true. He's like wrapping with his sisters and his girlfriend and like i always feel like that's such tight aspect of what he's always done. A reminds me a little bit. There's a in interview i think we did. I think joe did it with the quality control guys they were talking about low baby and they were just like you know we knew from around the way and we knew he was cool and and we were basically like you should just wrap and now he's just like one of the big you know. He's like one of the biggest success stories the last two years but i think that same approach where it's just like anyone can do this. Yes like this is art but also this is like this is a product and like anybody can do this but in the last two years i feel like something switched. I don't know if lee or or gotten his head. I don't know if he evolved in grew but he decided to offer his services to the world and i think something that happens when you offer your services services to the world. Is you know you bend it a little bit. Maybe you kinda you know shave off the the yee's a little bit you know and i wanna hear on so much fun as someone who like went out in the world and did that and then came back to his own projects and then didn't like unleash the keys to be real like i definitely haven't heard the edge. I thought you can say to be real. I bang with edgier. I've no idea that that existed post. Malone songs tend to wash over me in a really weird way. We're like i've probably heard it fifty times and i'd be like oh. It's that thing you and the rest of america. They should put this out on the seven inch so you can sell it. I assure you i cannot sharon. Seven you gotta go to urban outfitters doc and you've heard the camila cabello record like the big one yeah so like what are you. What are you so when you hear that record havana and then like these other when you hear thug in these contexts. Does he sound like thug to you or does he sound different. I think vanna works for what it is you. You know like it's not remarkable but like i'm happy to hear young thug on the radio yeah and it's like present enough that if i'm in a car and i turn on pop radio does young thug that's great i feel you to where there's less room for him to be a madman in these records and i wonder if he's not seeing the success either consciously intuitively of these big breakout hits and being like well. Maybe i need to come a little quieter on my own music. There was something interesting interesting. Did you see i can't remember it. Was maybe a complex interview this week with jeff ogan laissez who's thugs are. Did you happen to catch that. No bookmarked it it didn't get around to he said something interesting that thuggish said he might have been quoting. One of the thug interviews like the boy wonder. Maybe the no jumper one. I'm not sure if it was data ladder something you'd thugs said on his own to jeff but tho biz basically thug was like i made the version of thug that like the fans wanna hear kind of making some aesthetic distinction between that and like the basically like thug unplugged you know or thug on hinged and i think that's a question one of who are the fans like who are fans of hip hop right now is he does he mean young thug fans or does he mean ghana fans right or does he mean like casual rap. Fans who ooh yeah will now show up at like a big venue young thug show but maybe would not have known about or felt like they belonged at at a small venue young thug show for years ago. Do you think that this record is more popular than like. Say the rich gang era. I don't personally it like works the system better so it has higher numbers yeah and also the system is more evolved because even the rich gaming the system wasn't evolved in a way that could capture from metrics perspective kind of like how popular thug was and. I wonder if that record had come out with like the infrastructure that exists today. It's like pr- probably would've been the number one record in the country. It's the same thing style is about the level level of hit that the london is right. I think it was bigger. I mean like i guess the london is really popular. I tend to turn it off. Let's actually listen to the london. A song that i think is very. We're talking to be one of the most popular songs ever. Let's listen to the second of that <music> denia. If we can go buzzing things we can do the pin. I can find you one nine two words techno. That's when i knew i knew in. Yes clovis the cash his loan with the big hit. You can never hit my miles electric side fishing this fish fry swift catch a contact you to have you ever heard of debt and burn burs. Did the dollars every took nine anew yes. This is like a pretty good example of a of a thug moment that does not feel like a thug moment well. He's barely early on the record. There's like two minutes of song before you even hear his voice which is like the least young thug thing that you could possibly do like how that's like. A travis travis scott move shots shots fired. We did not show up today and get one in there we we didn't show up explicitly to drag travis scott like since we're here while we're here. That's going to be the second half of the podcast. I gotta be honest like travis yeah. It's it's very maybe this is like the old man moment but like that's just it's just not what people say. It is anyway but i think it's the same thing we're talking about here. Where it's it's a matter of like him taking really avant-garde and progressive rap styles kind of like shaving off the edges polishing it a little yup having be more accessible and like more like more easily fitting into a streaming format into a playlist and like it working king and him being ten times more popular i mean that was astonishing to me when i went to the travis and thug tour from like four five years ago and i was like oh like everyone everyone here is for travis scott like me and like my five thirty five year old friends are the young thug affair crowd and like everyone else's like sixteen ecksteen and freaking out for travis travis is like a much more translatable better dressed young thug. This same could be said for gun in baby in a weird way. Oh sure no. We're definitely going to circle back to that for sure. We should talk about the london should we though well i think he sounds good on that song when he finally comes in. Okay that's interesting. It doesn't resonate for me. I i think it's cool. It's i feel like it's one of the better performances on the record to be honest on the album. It's just such a radio song you know and i don't i don't hear it yeah. I think that's where the question of his lifestyle was lifestyle. More popular lifestyle is like a dominic summer record that you heard everywhere yup. The london just seems to be it's on the radio a lot and it was built to be that right well. I think the difference between lifestyle in the london is lifestyle is a radio hit for the radio era. The london is a radio hit for the streaming era. That's fair to say and which is such a weird way to think about it because i don't know man. It all comes back to like that flatness right yeah. That's really what it is. Radio radio in two thousand fifteen felt so much more alive in a weird way but i do think because these records are streaming. I you know in terms of intent. I think that's just changed a lot of the sound of what ends up on the radio i also i was talking to someone recently and i i can't remember the context it was not in a thug context but it was industry but a conversation about streaming and they were talking about the pressure applied by streaming services to basically collaborate with artists because it's good for streaming services because i guess give you something to click on and you know you kinda like you're kind of like always in the ecosystem. That's how they framed it to me and the london feels kind of like that. It's sort of like take. Wouldn't it be good if we had thug with this person and also with this unlikely person and then you could press play on this and you never have to press stop. You can just like go on for five hours. After that song it also crosses demographics in a way we're like be overlap between j cole young thug and travis scott fans not not i i mean there's some but it's there's enough like empty space on the ven diagram that they're touching a lot of people who otherwise wouldn't be listening to a song like that exactly all right so we've been griping right eight for about fifteen twenty minutes. We've been griping. This is what we're this is what we're expert all griping. No gay like we're gripe heavy. Why don't we turn back the clock a little bit it and recover and revisit some of that kind of early thug magic you wanna talk about the early tapes the i came from nothing. Nothing tapes yet and the first first ten seventeen tape. I really came on board fully with. I came from nothing to yeah. I think for me it was probably three. I went back and listen to that and it's like it's so crazy to think that it started there. You know what i mean. Let's play a song for my game from nothing to. Let's play keep in touch from i came from nothing to and this is young thug. In two thousand eleven juki been founded views glenn food down cows by you and i ran on one and they came live and and let me thank you and i i got a dog blue true with the plans librarian rodeo yo like 'cause i soon as busy time i think back to tash sex fans and now the vets bashing i won't make i won't nick cave at my next place. 'cause i'm on guard you own. Garden and known roundedness greets bag back that you miss me so just i remember these tapes because around this time period i had gone to atlanta to do a kind of you know like a two point. Oh strip plo teen rapper story. You know i was writing about travis porter in rich kids and folks like that and i remember i remember listening to this and be like wow. This has nothing to do with anything else. That's happening in atlanta but it's so fascinating i mean areas. That's do with gucci obviously so fast so fast it does and doesn't doesn't like the x factor with where it's like when you came out. Everybody was like this sounds like wayne like this is just a win. Rip off and it's like is influenced by wayne but also like his community is cash out and rich kids. You know like it is this era of sort of swaggie. Atlanta rap which is now almost completely lost like oh yeah unless you're willing to listen to like cutty. Two thousand nine youtube rips of bandit gang songs. That's right right. I mean that's my life. Most people are not most people are not actively looking for this stuff. Can i just do you think just is a quick sidebar. While we're here i would just love if ques- from travis porter would either do like a real a real early two thousand nine style solo project or if he should be making millions writing books for other people if he's not already. I don't know what is financial yeah what their whole thing and they were people always talk about the <hes> the migos flow but link came from the like make it rain all right. I agree. I fully fully at like travis porter. I mean i mean we're more stop and go. You need critical resuscitation like for sure the other via other other due to me. That's completely star from that era's schooley from rich kids out that like i mean i would love. It's a shame that he doesn't make more music with thug anymore anymore and i feel like he is like there's always one song a year. I hear from college like school is an amazing rapper. I think i interviewed all those kids uh when they were rich kids are maybe younger than transporter at the time presumably still gingrich kids were or maybe at high school still remember like sixteen travis. Puerto is like late teenagers maybe twenty but even at the time school was really dope and that atra i think because of the kind of brightness of the melodies of that era like even get taken quite seriously didn't like imprint quite as firmly and that's unfortunate well. It's interesting go to because people tend to point at like the last three or four years of soundcloud rap and they're like oh finally hip hop is having its e moment and it's like did you listen listen to all that like lanna rat from two thousand eight when it was kids. Doing you know they were just doing the brighter side of imo like melodic stuff yeah <hes> it's all again forgotten in boston. It breaks my heart. Someday we will have to build some kind of like indestructible archive of all the things that i'm sure are we have ripped to our to our our drives stored away storage units and that seems like the logical end point of at least my career where i'm just gonna be like begging d._j. Scream for seating hugh. I'm twenty forty. I mean this is like you know you can become like the egon john of me to thousands to mid twenty tens lost internet rap scenes but i don't think like we're getting off. No no no this is but i don't think that i don't think that stuff exists like i don't think the d._j.'s it was like on a hard drive in their mom's house probably and like. I don't think there's like there's no impetus to keep music anymore. I tot- i one hundred percent agree but i also feel that like there. Are people like you and i in each ginny scenes. Who for whatever reason maybe are sitting on a hard drive that you can go and trade a bottle of wine for at some point online. That's going to be the post apocalypse currency that is chelsea. Shouts rating are rare rich kids song yeah also for gas and e._s._p._n. Is of course unknown the n._f._l. So shouts to egon okay so i came from nothing to is probably the first genuine like w t f duct tape and then three and ten seventeen thug come along and those are like okay the i. that proves that basically it's not a fluke. I mean the vikings i came from nothing to open with haiti's slang which was the true like moment for me where i was. It's like what is happening the up here you know and that and also like that's similarity like that you can trace that back. If you wanna that'd be a dork about it. You can trace that back to like kilos the piz like maybe that would make sense as a track on the end of the tape but like putting it out in front. I was like like this guy's insane. Yeah also just zaib are just googled. I came from nothing to eat still on that biff okay if anybody would i think i think the i came from um. Nothing's are on streaming. I came from nothing. I came from nothing to on streaming. Let's see if three is on trimming. Three is not on stranding i. I don't feel like we should advocate for streaming services. I feel like you guys should give that if your credit. That's fine modifies fine. That's my go anyway. You can download it on dat deaf which i wanna remind everyone is quote the authority and free mix tapes so go download that let's talk about ten seventeen into alternate to me the the kind of peak quote unquote pop but not really thug project which is is black portland portland. I think it's it just seemed really minor in the moment and maybe i need to go back and listen to know that so you're not the only person that said that to me. Certainly like plenty of other people have said that to me but i enjoy the moment for me where i was like okay. This guy is going to be great so let's play off ten seventeen. Let's play a little bit of why order and then a little bit of pika chew which to me is the first thug can make you know like sort accessible friendly moment song. It's a little bit of both of those. I met met would've meeted come true plus. You need above while close on crack. She never showed us west. Rematch shield true friends maxium. <hes> my copies got cutesy. Got nice teeth got good trump. No i can do. I convention member you. I can miss you haven't been the poorest ones are forced tools. We can fly. We can fly view it. Don't matter to me. Don't oh mandate you almost see how flying out seattle u. Al patty you bike the steak house saturday. You like earthquake. Shake sell it. You put wood and you'll like accountable. Taboo is eight in the booth with my style on the bridge in a minute finished. They look a guinea watch more known out fast like a connecticut man wrestling prentice hall we can't we never the finnish go nagai young. I won't break me home and cocoa all school. I'm trying to be home to okay so that's that's ten seventeen thug in two thousand thirteen. What about that tape kind of. Oh really spoke to you. I mean it's insane. I mean that just every moment it's really well okay so for one thing. It's like when he really starts. It's coming into his own with flows and styling. I mean the thing that i think really again. This is me talking as an old head that <hes> and that really attracted me. The thug is that he seemed to be coming into this style. That was reminiscent of a lot of the kind of west coast host underground rappers that i grew up on freestyle fellowship. If you're like these kind of like really like it's progress like not in the sense where he brings in a gentle giant sample halfway through the song but like where the flow is like constantly moving forward and like take the inflection is shifting. That's like really kind of like full spectrum experience. I remember at the time that seems to me to be a clear antecedent to what thugs doing probably unintended like probably unknowing. No i mean we can totally i can draw the like crazy man you can draw the flow chart from whiteboard flow chart might from oh yeah definitely draw the flow chart from freestyle fellowship to ten seventeen thug. Basically the major point is like the point of inflection is that you go from freestyle fellowship to seoul some mischief and then like outkast is very indebted to souls of mischief on that first outcast or short okay and then you go from outcast. I mean you could probably jump directly to thug from on that but you also ever listen. I think you know i think doug is so like weirdly reclusive. I haven't seen an interview with him about music ever my theory. Is that like he secretly knows all that i don't know i mean you have not interviewed side right. I have very briefly briefly when i did the gucci feature for failure. I haven't talked to him about. I haven't had a chance to dork but i just think that like i did talk to him admittedly middle east during an era where he was less garrulous than the current you know yeah it'd be cool to hear his new like charming self actually and to my original point when i interviewed tonge from seoul's mischief and i did not probe for this at all like one of the things he said was he was like my daughter listens to young thug. He's the new mike nine which to me like. I wanted to cry like everything. You know like i for years. I felt like an insane person trying to make those connections and i'm like oh. Here's here's the missing link himself it drawing that line and i'm like yeah okay all right i look i think that's totally plausible and i think the flow chart that you drew is. I don't know if it's a hundred percent that but i think it's not implausible. I mean we're we're. We're understanding the influence of wayne and where wayne in got wayne's thing from and we're waiting you know and whether that's whether that's you g k or g or who knows what yeah no no. I'm not saying it's one hundred percent yep. I'm saying that's the connect. That's the line that i see for me being able to talk about freestyle fellowship on this podcast. Which should we play a freestyle fellowship long yeah. What do you think let's wait heavyweight from intercity grio which is the freestyle fellowship major label quote unquote debut album. There's the ep from that game before this. This is from what year is this ninety two ninety three. It's out on fourth and broadway also known for eric <unk>. We can't recommend this album enough so so yeah i mean i think like we definitely went on a huge tangent here. No no that's all this is what we do. This is clearly haven't listened to podcasts gas. This is literally what we do all right. This heavyweights free display freestyle fellowship yeah. It's it's true. It's true so freestyle fellowship <hes> a._c. Alone mike nine piece self jupiter. Who'd i forget that's it. That's it but heavyweights like capacity cuts again. There's a whole bunch of folks like eighty dudes on this all right so let's listen to you. Heavyweights and you can extrapolate the young thug outta here. They go out of the album the the w. a birmingham radio some poets get a look at i right now. Ryan is in many of these sound the same no create your water to the balance the remedy posible and stopped at both okay now that we have talked about like the most abstruse thread a thug. I wanna make a brief a briefcase of case for black portland. If i may way we were leaving ten seventeen already. Oh yeah if you wanna stick around on it. Tell me what we want to say i could we could just do ten seventeenth podcast. We honestly i mean nobody thinks that's like top top twenty records of the decade top twenty five certainly yea yeah definitely i mean i feel like you could put five thug but i think also gets really underrated. In this era is that he he was coming into his own as a writer and some of the same things that he was doing like with flows. I feel like he does. There's like this thing he does words words just like ratcheting up tension and then releasing and like deflating an idea like the first song on ten seventeen thug where he's like the press you the press you though cock back there depressed oppressed to like he's basically like i'm surrounded by goons like they're gonna shoot you and also there are miserable. You know like that is just he comes out the first thing he says on the tape and you're like oh like this is really good writing and i remember having that argument so much in that era where i was like yeah. He's like styling his ass off on his record like he's really like there's points on that tape. That's why i wanted to play. Why would where it's like that to me is almost like a supreme clientele. Era ghost's face now. It's all these like look at images like bouncing off of each other like there's that whole weird tangent where he's like a messy hawk flying coupe and he starts rapping about seattle addle just know he's right. He is like having had the benefit of seeing him work that one time i can imagine exactly how that ah like verse or that couplet or whatever came to be is he landed syllable he liked and then he turned that syllable into a word and then he turned that word into a an <hes> an action and then he turned that action into a concept all kind of in real time you know in a in a dark booth that's so beautiful to me and i feel like that's something that's really underrated in this era of hip hop not this current era of hip hop like four or five years ago is the fact that like the entire canvas canvas changed right. You know what i mean right right there winter of writing and this is this is the thing from older generations say oh you have to write in one way and there's gotta be some kind of structure churn formalism and yada yada and what i learned watching thug is actually the this is written and this is written just in a way that is not familiar to those old heads and it's just as elegant and speaking of old heads when i had that moment was when i saw two chains work in the studio who does kind of the same thing okay in in a way that kind of ends up at a style. That's more lake. What hip hop was originally yeah coming out of the gate like rapper's delight was like a bunch of gibberish gibberish and a bunch of stream of conscious stuff you know and then like it evolved and built into this like we're razz was doing nature of the threat and there's all these like high high-concept high-concept young ad-lib no is it too intimate to to interject here and say raza's nature of the threat was included in my college senior thesis wow i think it might have been a <hes> might have been the title of my college senior thesis us. I can one up you. I did application essay about aco loans book of human language. Wow did you get in no oh. I think i sent it to n._y._u. Indefinitely didn't get in. I guess they had read charles aaron spin review of record us charles charles. He gave us this though the story on this and then charles if you're listening and you know this is wrong i apologize but this is just what i've heard apocrypha. Is you know in that era of magazine. Obviously that is an arbiter left a tastes making arbiter and a lot of record stores would sometimes adjusted their record buys based on how positively or negatively a review record was reviewed in a place like spin so if i'm not mistaken that a._c._o. Alone record where you're talking about the main a._c. Loan record right not the later the second one. Oh maybe this was the first one i can't remember which but anyway it's a funny story either way he gave delete review and like raved about it and like some retail chain. I i don't know whatever that would have been in nineteen ninety something in response to that like ordered hundreds of hundreds and hundreds of copies of this album and then none of them none of them sold. I probably bought one. I mean yeah. I mean i probably on discount but anyway that's charles if you're listening and that's wrong my bad but it's a hilarious very story regardless. Okay i agree with you about the freedom of those early tapes and now you're keep pushing the often but i'm gonna talkback for it. I'm gonna defend black borland to me. Black portland is the real beginning of lifestyle black. Portland is the real beginning of the london black. Portland is the first fully structured young thug record i don't i don't know it's deeply deeply i should i was i was not prepared for the black portland argument like it's such a footnote in my brain i didn't i went back and listen to everything before this conversation except for black like you could be right like i probably haven't listened to that tape since this came out and like you're probably you know given what i know about thug and like i i do think that's why i'm hesitant to be like so much fun as so underwhelming because i do think his work reveals itself with time that's really common. I i listen to barter six. I was like that's it and like i listened to it for a week and i was like oh. No that's right. This is amazing. This is the new stage in his evolution and he's advanced advanced and the thing with block portland is he was moving so quickly at that time that i probably didn't have that chance because he was onto his danny glover the high to yasser right danny glover hiring slowed danny glover's weirdly tacked onto black portland and came out four blackboard linens kind of like just they just jammed on here for knows what reason but let's listen to asong that if i had a baseball stadium walkup song in two thousand fourteen it would have been no <music> twenty thousand dollars believe everyone. We believe that it won't come in about a <music>. We tend to win out win. It one mc straying away from me. Since i see i see women i needed needed so the main point i wanna make about black portland broadly and especially coming off ten seventeen thug which is kind of like avant-gardism masterpiece black portland was thought something that preserved the kind of wild essence of thug but yet somehow found songs in a more classical classical sense in there and obviously this is the era where you see like danny glover at just happened and donor stunner rights donner was <music> before danny glover. I want to say i can't <hes> i don't know some time i think danny glover actually came not like in two thousand thirteen. I'm up. You're wrong but you know. These are all the things that we have to do in our car. We've got a we've got to have good meta data. Get to have yeah yeah we. We definitely don't have if we don't danny glover anymore actually true so so to me. It was the first i was like oh. This is the pivot. That's how it felt to me. At the time this is the pivot and then the way the thug is going to become bigger and kind of like more translatable is he's not going to kind of sacrifice the wildness of the wrapping but there something or someone is going to kind of like sheep it in a different way and that's that's why black portland kinda like jumped out to me so crazy but you know i am happy to stand on that island and die from hunger. I like i said i'm gonna when we're done talking. I'll go back and listen to it but i just didn't <hes> every there's so much i mean i think the thing that's so hard to like. Even get a handle on his catalog is that we're talking about a three year period with eight tapes yup probably like a hundred plus. Lou songs on top of that. You know like there's no like the thought of like oh. I'm going to prep for this and listen to the young thug discography which is why it's so funny that's so much defined as his being touted as day new album yeah of course which is obvious nonsense. I mean according to the wikipedia mix tape list for thug six tapes in two thousand fourteen alone right and then. I think if you're being generous or if you're being conservative like at the very least yes four solo albums in these are all albums. I'm all in andhra. They're all say it with me. I'm just they're all album. In the traditional like you know like jeffrey had a press run and a physical release. Those are like i can understand why you would be like ten seventeen as a warm-up underground mc state but i think that like doc if barter six had performed as well as so much fun like they would be calling it. It's his debut album. My attitude is after the g. The diplomats tapes the champ is here. Jake is like after that era. Mix tapes are albums. I don't care what someone at a record label. Tells me it's an album right. If you wanna send the owned my editor and run a correction on something called and now woman you say it's a mix tape like i'll have that fight with you but it's an album that's fair when i think that's also indicative of this weird like priests streaming post live mix tapes or you know what the live mix tapes era where a lot of these artists sir like stuck in deals and dropping dropping tapes of new material of if fluvial lot of fluvial rights. I have no idea what that word means. That's a it's a new new young song. It's called a flu via. If flew flew via the detroit us not a young thug so it's about to be though i mean hopefully he'll listen to this podcast with mike and nine name a song that yo- that'd be great young thug featuring mike and nine flu that would be perfect. Oh my god that's like our dreams on the next one song long okay so after a flu which i look forward to playing on a future podcast when it happens so now now we're in barter six. The slime season tapes jeffrey. I have to be honest. I kind of get lost in here a little bit. I think well there's a lot of us as gets ought not kind of as signature as the twenty thirteen twenty fourteen stuff. We skipped rich gang. Oh okay yeah you're right rich. Gang is like rich graying is is the dream of black portland fulfilled right rich gang. Is i mean that's my album of the decade by far like i. I just think it's perfect and like it's what i listened to. The funniest thing about rich gang is when they're putting that group together. Everybody got so mad because there there remember there's interview where they're like. We're the new outkast and we were like. Oh these short bus mumble rappers like they can never be cast and then like the tour is as has good southern play listrik like straight up and i'm somebody who grew up on outkast and like if i had to go to a desert like if i had to make a desert island call between the tour and southern playlist like like why would struggle with it wow okay. What's a great non single. What's a great album cut on the door. There's jobs. I'm looking get the track listening right now. There's some good stuff on. I don't feel about it the way that you do but it's a very good stuff on here. I come back to it constantly. Maybe play pool yup yeah okay. Let's do that took to the sea. Komo raised me uh-huh uh-huh okay so after the tour we're in barter. Six season tapes jaffrey jaffrey. I get lost here. If i'm being honest i mean the thing that was tough for me with the slime season stuff is that all that music leaked and like i processed it already eighty and then they released it again and like some of them are slightly different mixes and like you know you get used to your like super like grimy youtube rip youtube where it's like that purple purple tinted picture of doug with the knit hat. I do all the two thousand fifteen rips yup. I feel like that's the the defining young thug artwork to me have listened to so many of those youtube and it's funny because like you know there's been a lot of talk recently about the economy and how it's affected folks blake. Uzi and cardi shout bend andrews. Lum co wrote a really interesting story about this failure last week thug i think i might be. I haven't thought this through but off the top my sense is thug is perhaps the first artist whose career is genuinely derailed by the leak ecosystem in the sense of like for people like me and you we are processing thug on a rhythm on a path that like most most other people are not so then he's like has two parallel like two parallel lives. The lives were like the real heads who are downloading stop and like chasing stuff down and then the kind of like regular punters just it as as it's handed to them and i gotta be honest. I where i sort of lost interest was feeling like i had to like reconcile between between those two things where i'd be like an album out and i'd be like okay. How is this different from what i've already heard and are the differences material and are they important and which is as the quasi which is the official version and then you're also sitting there and you're like when are they going to do the mastered version of my favorite song catches like languishing with twelve thousand views is on youtube right. Here's the question though is like okay so you're saying the leak. Ecosystem derailed young thugs career which i think is not true. Okay i think intel industry's inability to adapt to the league ecosystem derail shores. Yes okay and i think it's outrageous that now playboy cardi's going through the same thing that we're here five years later and as much as they've industrialized streaming system that they can adapt to artists that work this quickly and that's been a problem that was a problem with wayne. That was a problem with gucci. You know that's why the industry doesn't know how to move quickly enough for rap music still why well there's a difference does not know and chooses not to choose yeah well. I mean taste like their butch. They're like i mean cardi should be the most popular rapper outright is on a level when i go outside. I mean i'm blessed is to live right by lake merritt where it's like kids are always hanging like i don't leave my house and not here like flatbed freestyle sure two years after his tape came out or whatever but the industry doesn't know how to capitalize on that because he's moving so quickly no and again you know the industry dominant interest is in squelching that until it can be regularized but one right until he can make it so much fun right and also but also. It's been no matter what they try to regularise. I mean there was like a weird eared moment. Maybe a year or two ago where you're like okay. Maybe they've all maybe everything is sort of moving at roughly the same pace but would you see what the in artie leaks is. There's all this untapped tap demand and there's a a complete reluctance on the part of people at those labels and these whether it's a streaming service or download services or whatever to come up with a business model that makes accents for demand that already exist. I'm not of the mindset that all demand should be monetize like <hes> you know. I understand like free good about it out but i'm just saying you and i both both know perfectly well that there are people who know how to monetize things who are choosing not to do that in this case will but it's not just demand though it's also supply because it's not like i'm not arguing that unfinished kendrick lamar tracks should be lead like he's people. Who were you know like. I assume when cardi makes five songs in a night like he's done with them. You know like maybe they maybe they touch them up shop but it certainly sounded like no it's not i love cardi like i think he's one of my favorite rappers out right now but like i just don't think that like i think the artists would also appreciate if the the industry was able to move at a pace not only to meet the demands of the fans but also the interests of the artists and i think it's bigger than an artist based thing and i think it's actually stunting the growth of the music and what happened with young thug whereas like people should have been hearing these people should have been hearing pull up on a kid and you'll you know these songs in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen like it shouldn't have been this like slow trickle low ceiling of like weird underground classics classics right and for those of us for those of us who are concerned about archiving just the notion that there's not this kind of that. There's not like a basically a catalog raise may a thug song. Maybe someone out there. Maybe there are some you know that website. I think it's called data piz. Have you heard have you seen them no so they do basically weekly like mega files of people's entire discography. He's i think they'll have like every screw tape in like one big zip file or something. You know. It's like i don't ooh yeah no. I've been there yeah so i've i've used them on occasion for a couple of artists but like maybe they have the catalog on every thug song or like someone like that but i mean i would like it. Exists google doc on read it. Which is the like. There's a playboy cardi one like that where it's just it becomes crowd sourced and i think that's what we have to rely on which is good in some ways and others but i think that period of thugs career. I think that it got to his head to maybe you and i think that the idea because you do see like i mean that must be devastating to have one hundred of your son's league and we think of doug is like this free wheeling doesn't care but in any case is like that's those he made those things and he's lost control of them. You know yeah but again here we i think you're the right to innocence. Blame those responsible for the systems for not figuring out to basically monetize those or or professionalize that setup setup in a way that would not hinder him it would help him. I would have happily paid forty dollars a month in two thousand fifteen yard. I yep right of listening into anything young thug like he finishes attack in the studio and i get it immediately. I you know i would have paid my rent for that entrepreneur. There's any future tack. Entrepreneurs preneurs listening. Here's your business model. You're welcome so we talk a job but when yeah also higher end please or at least if you work in this ecosystem and you want the catalog rave young folk songs higher andrew this should we closed before we go out so we do like a quick run on like all folks children. Which is i have to be honest. This is a piece. I wanted to write last year and never got around to and it's probably too late to do now but now that we're talking about it. Somebody will probably write it so like i guess i look forward to reading that so let's talk about fucks children so we'll talk about like gonna keyed got it low leuke in a slightly parallel space saw baby who i remember when i saw baby i came out. I was like oh. It's pop thug. That's what's going to be right. I mean pool up with the stick is bullet bonna on a kid yeah. Basically it's all put on the remix. Yeah i mean it's basically it's almost a one to one which of folks children do you enjoy the most. I like the key tape a lot and it really kind of surprised me because prior to that. I wasn't a wasn't blown away from him but i feel like it. Almost has that like i came from nothing energy and i think that's something that's lacking with me with a lot of these guys is like they have the flows but it doesn't have that like urgency. The mania doesn't have the mania nia yeah yeah and it just which again like to our original point is like why a lot of its more popular than thug was in his prime. Ghana and baby can connect with people who are like a little less willing to be challenged by art. Yeah i mean also i mean this is what i look. This is like a a familiar pattern of outside and guard are and it becomes influential and then other people soften their edges blur blur the batteries a little bit and it sort of just people have just enough awareness of it as an idea that they're primed to kind of receive more polished version of it and then the more polished version arrives. The key tape is called long live mexico song. You wanna ear off that. Let's <hes> real baby with stick baby brad. My key shaved rennie. He's let alone we saw. Somebody told me numbs told me so no no funny hose. I hit a one time a hey beverley the event because you're how long are more ladies keith amex the show. I got a gut it take me did maybe she can't tell me what to do business as far as also polished thug children i liked ghana. We were talking before we start recording. You told me you're not as into gun as i am. I mean i like all these guys like they're not. I don't want it to be like oh there trashing there but no nope. I think the interesting thing to me are not the interesting thing is just again. This is me being an old head where it's fascinating to me that the new standard is your whole crew has guys who sound like lesser versions of you as opposed to having like if tang was rizza like the whole interesting thing about having five rappers on track that they're going to all do different things right and yet but then this is this kind of goes hand in hand with the kinda playlist era where number one songs are made that kind on a blurred together so it's like unsurprising that one wrap that rapper as sounds like rapper be that's number one and also the strategy of a lot of what's been coming out of atlanta is basically to cram ram these playlists so it's actually a disincentivize their disincentivize to be different. It's more like how can we string ten songs together that plausibly w could see could go back to back on rap caviar. Yeah is the i mean i used to. I was working in streaming and distinct like when i stopped because i like the very early days streaming where when it started it was like we're going to build playlists from a journalistic perspective where it's like the history of atlanta you know and things like that but then they started moving to what they call like experiential playlist and that's more like music to like walk on a hot day too and it's like well. That's not like that's not young thug. I mean like the experience of listening to young. Thug is listening the young thug. It's not background music. It's not like a soundtrack to your day like it's fool like it bowls you over and demands your attention and i think that like you're right like what what the second generation has done sadly like in my heart and in my dreams what i would love a second generation of young thug inspired rappers to be like would be like even weirder. Yes that's the way and but you know the way. The market operates now like that. Artists would not have a career. Yes i agree. Although it's look it's tough to say because there might be someone who's influenced by thug who's working in a fringe marketplace sir ecosystem right now that's fair but who maybe will trickle up through the youtube and eventually kind of like he might be or she he or she might be on their ten seventeen thug right now or there. I came from nothing to right now. Yeah that's fair and that's kind of an exciting like thought experiment. Another thing we've lost streaming era is is that we don't have like blogs and we don't have people right kind of digging that stuff up in the last like wait for it to bubble up and then that's what you're you're right leg sheer volume all you m- i mean it's just literally like just the it's just impossible to process and unfortunately rather than kind of like a kind of critically-minded or taste maker blog auger whatever or some kind of like editorially driven sifting you really just have like crowd sourced wisdom and that is the crowds ice but in i mean that's the flaw. No it's not i mean you're dealing with low engagement listeners. This is the fundamental flaw this dream air like you're dealing with listeners. Who don't don't you know like young. Thugs is doing numbers now not because he's a genius but because some dude who's at his job and like clicking around on spotify heard that he was the genius. That's our jobs. That's what we've been worried world easy answer but then the problem is like let him be a genius. Then you know like the system doesn't doesn't allow him to fully indulge okay but can i can. I have a a sort of like a hot counter. Take to that. Which is i believe that the narrative oh you are talking about in which thug is like sort of falling into is a very like nineties narrative to thousands jared. I'm of the mindset that thug if he you put out a super whiff forget so much fun if you put out super weird album right now at the peak of awareness of young thug. I think he'd still do really well. I think we'll find out because they're saying that. I mean to be clear like we keep saying weird but i don't think weird is always the appeal of young thug and i think it's reductive to say that like like i think the best parts of barter six are difficult yup more so than weird and are challenging and i think that like it was in the fater article michael where he talked about. He wants to put out like to pop album. Yeah i think that was in the face and i mean maybe that will be it like maybe that will be the next evolution of him and maybe you're right like maybe now that like so much fun has paved the way for casual listeners to wrap their head around his style like maybe he'll have that freedom. I think that's best case scenario and i absolutely hope you're right. I mean my my. I mean i think the there is no better time and opportunity for thug to me non-linear than this moment even though he in this album there is a linear era too but i do think the opportunity is there for non-linear already well. I think also a big question is is his label going to do that or are they going to be like. We need the london part to well if they're listening <hes> you know what we think okay so pick picker thug record for us to go out on that you think is an emblematic great. You were talking about pacifier earlier. Yeah let's go out on. Let's go out. I'll i mean it's it's a crazy song. I really thought pacifier was like is like bruno. Mars record and they're going to if they push us. It'll become a hit and now i listen to it now and i'm like it's all an album. No it's it's it's like was supposed to be the lead single high tunes link right right okay all right so we'll just okay so then. Let's go out on pacifier which is two thousand fifteen young. It is now miscue them sad. That's how chew the promo. Thank you andrew. Thank you for calling in. Thanks thanks for. We're having to talk about this topic and nothing else ever while this is. This is why there was no one else to call for all right. I'll talk not soon. Pacifies lead you to andrew nas nikki again. Please patronized park. Boulevard records on the world wide web's lot of fire on there. You can listen to every podcast ever n._y. Times dot com email me. You're sorta like lost cost thug classics because i feel like in in talking about thug with people. 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Ep 392 - Home for Hanukkah (Sexy Sylvie #1), by Celine Banks

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Ep 392 - Home for Hanukkah (Sexy Sylvie #1), by Celine Banks

"This is a head Gum podcast while Andrew and Craig believe the joy of discovery is crucial to enjoying any well told tale. They will not shy away. From spoiling specific story beats when necessary. Plus these are books. You should have read by now overdue. It's a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. My name is Craig. My name is Andrew and Horny Honda Mondays. Everyone we're back again with another one of our horny the Horn podcast horn trucks. Here and it's better than ever So we are a book. PODCAST as I'm sure you know and each week we usually one of us read. The book tells the other person about it And the audience reaps the benefits We this week are going to talk about a book that we both read that. We hadn't necessarily been meaning into read like Canonical Sense. We just wanted to read if D do You WanNa behind the curtain for my. Because I've picked the last couple couple of holiday books I think you WanNa let let them know about the process because I can. I got process notes. I can do actually have process. I I have a process for finding these books and the process is I go on Google and sometimes good reads and I google sexy. See Christmas book or this year. Sexy Honcker Book Okay and generally there are like one or two things that comes up and one of those is the the book. Okay so we I was GONNA ask if it was any more complicated than the list of other sexy Hannukah books that I sent you that this did not appear on so I I trust your method. It's worked out for us in the past finding this new stuff you know. I'm trying to find that that new sound down that people have been talking about. I respect your Your pioneering ways so we are GonNa talk about home for Hanukkah by Selene. Banks which is number one in the sexy Sylvie series that currently only has one book but you know yeah this was so this was published in November of two thousand eighteen th self-published published book and I don't like she has a selene banks which I don't know if that's a pet name so the website that is pretty much just a newsletter sign up for him and that's it so she doesn't have any other work. I don't really know much about her. Nope I love my Persian Cat William a glass of chilled. Something can't pronounce some Seir. Yeah and a tasty man. Vilnius lean banks dot get hub dot. Io to join mailing list list and receive a seat. SECRET SNEAK PEEK into. What's coming soon so I don't know if there's a sneak peek out there that we haven't gotten but if you're on that same banks tip less no 'cause maybe there's another book common robin who knows But so yeah it was an I had. I had fun with this yet. With this. The sometimes the strength you can tell whether whether one of these formulaic sort of holiday stories is going to be good usually by the synopsis like if the Synopsis Sounds good the book is usually going to be good. And that's true for these and for hallmark movies and all that like comfort food holiday. Doing yes and this is good. Because we're we're recording this out of order because we're going to do holiday stuff and We WanNa make sure that we get you guys at episode that you're going to enjoy hopefully And so why not just kind of roll attics and have a good time. Yeah and yeah this one. I think actually hallmark romance structure is not a horror movie. Romance structure is not a bad place. Like if you're not if you don't read this genre of romance fiction very often which we do not like like. That's not a bad template to bring into the room. Yeah like the the extent of the physical contact hallmark property is a chased chaste they kiss heckling. If it's really worked out they kiss at the end and this book goes further than that. This is this is where we tell you that for this episode. We are going to wear aware and we are going to be discussing sexual themes and situations. Yes so be careful who you listen to this one with I I say or be very purposeful about who you listen to this with Mean if we end up teaching someone about sex then I guess we've done sure it. Can you describe the cover of this book to Me Scrub the cover. A So. It's a it's a man woman hugging. You can't see the man's head. He's facing facing the other way I think. Is He a good question. Actually maybe I guess I guess it looks like He. is you see the bottom part of her face. She's got a very bold lip situation. Yes her shirt is coming off took a businesses shirt. The sort of a busy shirt got some sensible slacks on on and the shirts coming off just got a nice brassiere areas suit. It looks like he's wearing a blazer okay And then under all of this is sort of the default desktop wallpaper for Mac. Os Space slickness like the space deal winter in space which is really good. It looks good. I just wanted to give us a sense of like what visuals the book can give us here. Sure is there any way you want to do before we get. Oh I know I just wanted to. I WANNA open with like why did you I. Oh I do hike a book is you. You just want a mix up the yeah. We actually sent her. I don't have the message to hand. We got at least either an email or a facebook message that was like. Hey y'all all you tend to do a sexy holiday book. Why not have it not be Christmas and I was like? That's a good idea. So that was that was my literally. My only reasoning is like. You've been too focused on Christmas and the commercialization is ruining it anyway. So like let's let's explore the space for other sexy religion No I I I ask only because I think this is. This is often a an issue with like Hannukah stuff is it is sort of yeah has fueled tacked onto Christmas and away and this. This has a long long history like yeah I read a piece on. Vox called why the hearers of Hannukah story wouldn't understand what the Jewish holiday has become sure others a piece in in the Atlantic just called Hannukah y Ho. No cultural. Critics often blamed Christmas for the festival's commercialized kids. The real story is much more complicated Just talking talking about how you know going back to Jews emigrating to America in the late. Nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were kind of Christmas was establishing itself as a sort of secular commercialized religion that that was was you exceeding the bounds of of Christianity has a religion and I like there was pressure to assimilate but also a desire to maintain a Jewish identity and then as Hanukkah became a big thing in America and for you know the reasons that you should probably remember in the nineteen thirties. A European Jews were sort of decimated and so like American Jewish became a had a longer history than a lot of the other you know. Yeah sure his pockets. It's in the world and so you know Hannukah's commercialization and the Christmas assimilation. Things started happening in America and then it was kind of exported throughout the world colts. And now it's it's an outsize thing. Even though it started as like not a big deal at all I think in the vox store I was reading. Unlike there are more important holidays in the during most during most religious holidays observant Jews to abide by the same rules. They do on Shibat. No work restricted use of technology etc.. Those aren't in play on Hakka. So it's like not even one you go out of your way traditionally but then because of the proximity doc summit Christmas. It's it's become this whole thing. And so in the modern era you get stuff like the sexy Silvia Book. which I feel like Hannukah and Jewishness is sort of tacked onto in a in a few ways and that's not a criticism so much as it is something that struck me as funny as I was reading it? There's a specific moment will get to when when we get into like dinner ritual in the minority lighting that I I have thoughts on like if this were not forced first and foremost the sex book What might do there to like not have it be as just kind of it feels a little perfunctory? But we'll get a EH. What was I talking about? You're talking about it in this book it it kind of functions just like a holiday and you're talking about the overload. Oh Oh yeah. Yeah and and I don't know sometimes that that attempt to create like a Hannukah analog for every single Christmas thing gets a little grossly grossly We were talking in our friend slack. last week I think about an Elf on the shelf clone called mentioned on a bench yes depict some very interesting stereotypes. I just don't I hate. I hate the whole surveillance. State holiday holiday tradition. Anyway I mean my house. It's alphametrics so we don't we don't truck with Al on the shelf. Nonsense So let's let's get into the book shall We. Yeah why don't we. What's the what's the deal with? Sylvie tell me about her. Well there's a there's a Nice Exhibition Commission dump. The beginning of the book tells us what's scillies deal is mostly because the book knows that that's not why you're here right right and they said a bit because it was December and Christmas and Hanukkah right around the corner at checkout counters were decorated with tinsel etcetera etcetera. Yeah she's she's she shopping at bars which is like the big fancy DNC iconic food store in Upper West side Manhattan. It's been in a lot of movies I did not know what your doctor Manhattan over here. And yeah well. I didn't know that man hadn't Trivia in twenty eleven that Zave ours got into a controversy. Because it's lobster salad didn't have any lobster in it and nobody tried to sue and now it is just called Zap stirs salad. 'cause it's some sort of Mayo based salad product. I think or yeah. I don't know it doesn't have any lobster in it Gone because Apple Jacks commercials where it doesn't Yup have. Apples tastes like apples to apples So so we got this big Info Sash on Sylvie. She moved to New York City after studying at U. Penn Billy and she's got it quote a degree in English desperate to live in the greatest city in the world. Hey Watch it New York She works in publishing and her bow. Josh Gosh just got promoted at J. P. Morgan Eight months prior to the events in this book there pumped. They've moved in together. She met him at a bar. Are He helped her get a drink. They started sleeping together. He takes her on fancy trips all the time. They're they're super engaged. Even though thank degrees to which you could be engaged well the ring is very ostentatious she says and it's not quite her style and he he seems to think that like being like cow wielding his money in doing big. Romantic gestures is a way to prove that he is like into them damn into their relationship but he doesn't really seem to ask her what she wants but she's going along with it because she likes him and they have a good relation like sex relationship apparently and he He was the hardworking successful generous Jewish man of her dreams. which I it's sometimes the book just throws just going about its business and as like? Oh and there's a drill there and that's it's funny to me how it should be but also in practice it can feel odd. I don't know I don't know how to wrestle with that. I'm just catch twenty two if you're doing a sexy Hanukkah book where it's specifically about being home for Hannukah. I just feel like it should be less incident told the whole thing. I don't know sure Should be like a sex miracle where there is only enough lube. WHOA her are for one night but then they had enough to keep it going for eight nights? Yeah I do know So so she's all into this dude or so she thinks and she's going to make him a fancy dinner for their first night of Hanukkah And she buys all the ingredients she rushes back there fancy apartment. It's like you know what I he's working and On the big merger on the big merger over the we this and she's like I'm going to go surprise him at the office she gets Kinda just gets the yen to like bone him and she's just like fuck it. I'm going to go have sex with this guy at the office. I'M GONNA merge with him and have a big merger she gets into a cab. Bob and Yells Wall Street please. I also highlighted where she said. Wall Street please. Because what I love. I had such a a good time with this book because it stuff like that that I think it i. It either knows or doesn't care that that's kind of a little goofy and in that works for me. I don't know yeah yeah. I don't. I want to emphasize whenever I can I I feel like usually we're laughing with the book a little. Yes and not try laugh at it. I will do my best to make that as clear as possible because I laughed with this book a lot of me too. So do you want to describe to me. What happens when she gets to the office Andrew so once they'd catch aches her to Wall Street she gets to the big office? Her husband's been taking Russian classes because he wants to get in touch with his roots. And we know if you if you're a careful re read or you'll pick up throughout the book that they are Ashkenazi and Ozzy Jewish because he has rushing roots and also the Lakas which is an Oscar nause Jewish thing instead of like the fried donuts which other kinds ended Jewish people eat. And of course you know some people just eat whatever because there's a good. I'm not Jewish. I do like lockups drew. Yes good I would like to eat alaka of them. So she says she's walking through the office and there's a guy there's some drone and at a desk and she's like hey. Have you seen Josh. And he's like who know who's Josh and she's like. WHOA that's weird and okay and none of these people seem to be working very hard on the big merger and she goes to his office? Of course it's one of those cornered Like the good wife offices the glass and you can see everything that's happening inside for the maximum intrigue. There's nobody in there. So she figures you know he must be off working on the big merger somewhere Charles and she draws near to a closet and she hears his voice coming from the closets speaking Russian and for some reason her mind and says he must be like Fr- acting Russian closet by how like she was like. Oh He's really working on this Russian thing. He clearly came into like log some fake merger hours and practices Russian. He must be practicing. She thought that was just like Joshua. Perfectionists who had to be the best it everything and she opens closet door and she sees Josh with his Dick Out. And he's bone and somebody the else it's pretty bad she wa- it's season woman and the like the language gets like all of a sudden we're in we're in very sexy And because earlier when they were talking about like she was establishing her and Josh's relationship yes said the sexual relationship chip was sort of implied. But she didn't really talk about it at all so so I was briefly. Wondering are we GONNA GET SORTA cut to black in this book or are we going to get explicit and it gets explicit gets it gets explicit pretty fast and then she says this is why you've been learning Russian and the naked Achey woman looked at Sylvia with a blank expression and didn't move to cover her generous breasts or bear pussy. Da The woman just a mate then like Josh is like says I can explain and like wall he is. His body is still responding to sex and then she she yell. I think you need to read exactly what the books okay. Because I can explain Josh said as a beat of come formed on the tip of his cock there you go. I'll all bets. Hardly say it was pretty hard andrew and so that just like a really good deployment women of comedic like it's it's dark comedy 'cause like obviously it's emotionally terrible for her right but the timing is is all very comic and And yet it's the most explicit thing we've encountered in the book so far it's well we get we get this like pretty by the book like Romance Sex Book Language. Yes yes that is suddenly switches into but it is for a thing that is to Sylvia. At least he's like not sexy at all her fiance nailing somebody else. Yeah so so. Then she decides to high tail it to Boston How do I don't know how you say Hanako? She's GonNa Pack Nagai Talk Hannukah. I can't do it Minora. Minora an hour say Menora in Boston but let me know And she's at the airport and is like Hungary so she goes to you just go to Dunkin donuts. She Goes Dunkin donuts. He goes to Dunkin and and she just wants one doughnut. Because she's hungry. Well now she wants House House call. She says she's so tired. She's moving through her life like in a stupor estate right. Yeah because she showed so shocked by the thing that she is observed and there. There is a man Buying a dozen donuts at the airport which is just driving her nuts because he doesn't know which ones he wants. Yeah I'm with her on this one my get out. Everybody's way dude. This is tough even at a regular Dunkin when you want a dozen donuts and you'd like I never no what I want when I get up there because sometimes they have like Weirdo doughnuts. And I need I can't just say dealer's choice because then I'm going to get a bunch of donuts that they they know our trash. DONUTS donuts. Misuse Zana's doughnut preferences are pretty rigid and in fact in Philadelphia. I know that there are some Duncans that have better doughnuts and other Dunkin's like they're the no Dunkin's like the one sixteenth in Washington and then there are the good Dunkin's like the one that's on fifteenth and walnut or chestnut may be. Oh yes there was a dunkin up there. You're right. Yeah that's true so anyway this is all say I know I know what I'm GONNA get. Yes Dunkin but I also like if I'm ordering anything for myself at a dunk including like the breakfast sandwiches and stuff. I kind of resented if the queue isn't one or two people deep because I need I do need time. Yeah so she is mad. She says who the fuck orders. A dozen doughnuts at the airport with people are waiting. Who raised? Raise this monster silly rules and the man in front of her is six foot five. He's wearing a New York Rangers. Sweat redshirt Andrew. Did you catch this. He had a shaggy back beard sharp chassis and Piercing Blue Eyes. Oh yeah this is. This is one of the fun Typos. Yeah I clocked a couple of these in this is common for self published stuff and Lord knows like glasshouses. I'm not gonNA I'M NOT GONNA call anybody out. It's one of those having typos but this this one is funny shaggy black beard. And then there's one later where It took me minutes to realize that she wasn't just saying a thing. I didn't know like I tried to Google back beard to make sure that it was not a thing wasn't such such a thing as a backup. trend peace and buzzfeed about back jokes V. I guess now this this one I knew was not a thing I didn't didn't know about Sylvie strategists hips road delivering his rock-hard Cook Deeper and deeper on Song. Oh man that's yeah. Yeah that's a Typo I love a funny type. Yes so this is like a classic meet cute moment where she thinks he's a fucking monster with his has donuts and he's like oh which one should I get and she doesn't want to help him he says dealer's choice. He says Merry Christmas Ms Grinch to her she goes. I'm Jewish. He says mu two and walks off with his donuts. Nice and this interaction like a lot of these kind of romances. Whether or not there as sexy as these There's like an expectation between these people that they will never meet again right. They're like oh you're fucking weird while you're fucking weird Zia but of course the next time. They're in a in a room with any other people. They realized that they are going to be spending a lot of time together for some contrived reason tell me about that she gets Ah. She gets to a parent's house. She gets her parents house in Boston. She goes in and her. What's your sister's name? Her sister kind of rules to because she's so like aggressively acidly boring in ways that I wanna talk about for Bella. Bella Sister Bellas husband is Ben Right yes and then Ben. Second second cousin is their bill. And Ben I believe our our software programmers from Philadelphia. Again I think I don't think I got that. Yes they are software engineers in Philly. Yeah there's a there's a bit where they're in the kitchen like helping prepare food and and Sylvia's trying to keep her remind off of off of things and she's she asks Bella how work is and it says Bella complained about the disorganized management and her software company for a long sometimes. Sylvia tried desperately to focus on what she was saying but kept slipping back into the vision of me. 'cause naked body and then Spoiler Sylvie turned back to the potatoes and Bella L. A. Continued her story about a hacker. Thon in which the teams were improperly and that is that is excellent characterization. That is perfect like boring sibling. Job Stuff that you're going to get into and you see each other and so good I love it. And they're gonNA be so mad about it and it just going to be the that emotion is going to be completely inaccessible to you because you don understand any of the stuff of talking about this. It's a time where you want to reconnect with people usually but it's not a time where you like. There's always a tension between like. Hey tell me what's going on okay. How much time do I need to spend understanding the context for the story? You're telling me like I just WanNa hear about the thing and then you guys can tell you my thing and then we're gonNA eat. I'll need your whole life story. I know you already So that's where you run into problems like that so much trouble. Finding that space in between things are good and going all the way into into yes. Yes yes so. Okay so there with Ben and bell her parents they all hate the do josh who cheated on her with the Russian Russian doll eighty and as you said as you said. Natasha Leo Use did you say that Nico was here Mr Head not. I'd mentioned him when I was talking about Bella okay. I haven't met him. Well Okay Nicos here and it turns out the he's the backup beard guy from the airport. Donut he yeah he brought donuts is very nice of him. Right and Ben Is I think bell is like. Oh Yeah you didn't meet him He wasn't at our wedding because he was in the championship. And she's like of chess and even even as she's trying to dig at this guy I she is like he's turning her on which is cool. Yeah and he says sometimes you just gotTa sometimes the basement floods he sends you sump. Pump just stops working Says Hockey and she goes. Oh so you're going to you know Mr famous hockey man you're gonNA spend You know your Hanako with us and bells like like Oh you're so rude and Nico drops a he's like my mom died your parents are cooling like let me hang out. And that's another classic hallmark movie thing is is. You gotTa pick some kind of tread some kind of major tragedy that can like briefly humanize not not humanize him for a brief amount of time but really quickly like signal to you. The audience that you're supposed to understand that he's a sensitive boy and he's a good boy and that she's going to end up with him and it's GonNa be good yes he is also He's not just emotionally broken. His his knee was broken. He ad hoc from the hockey big merger on hockey rink with another player fit in his knee. Got All fucked up Depending on when this book was in development. I'm not sure how the Rangers were doing This year they're just over five hundred. They're not doing great. They have a Scuz- Nicos now. They have zero goal differential. They're pretty low in their division. But there's still have like a slightly winning record. They were in the Stanley Cup finals in two thousand fourteen which is when he would have missed this wedding. So that's possible They have missed the last two years of the playoffs after a long run where they were in the playoffs every year but like half of the league gets to play hockey playoffs. So it's not that big of an accomplishment Pushman that's where Nicos coming from. I wanted to say man the book before there. You get so frustrated and sad about Philly sports the sometimes it's fun to watch you get to be a happy sports boy. It's it's really fun to rag on any New York. Sports team is really where where I shot is. They're all the evil that we all get. Hey just indiscriminate. It's true so we get this montage is of select sylvie learns this thing about Nico. She's like Oh i. I'm sad about this moment. That blundered on a go upstairs to my bedroom from my childhood and be sad and we got this little lake sad montage where she is thinking about their relationship and how while if he is cheating on on me what else was ally. How long has he been cheating on me? That feels very real. She is looking at texts that he is sent her and listening to sad voicemails because of course he's he's doing the whole like Oh hims- ozorio. It's I'm seeing a therapist. I'm I really missed up and everything. Yes you're the light of my life. Baby come back. He's a mess She's she rouses instagram and is like having a hard time with Oliver Friends being happy which felt very real. That's big holiday. A Post break-up energy the line there was nothing safe to look at on the Internet. Just really paying for me felt very very true But she does she does decide. You know what I'm GonNa make myself feel good on May look good And she kind of like you know takes care of herself in like getting not like dolled up but just kind of like gee put a little makeup on. And that's that's real for sure. Even I don't really I haven't broken up with anybody in a while so I don't have access to that but like if I'm getting over an illness or something the act of putting on your clothes Mike and just like pretending like I of field normal go some way toward making me feel more normal so they get a look at each other as they're on their way to dinner and do Okay cleanup okay. Well because he got these big shoulders and he's wearing a nice sweater and he shaved his back beard he did. I honestly thought that was the thing thing for like five minutes as someone who was cultivated a beard in the last eighteen months. I didn't understand what a back beard was. Yeah How's your backfield game. The very good. I guess if you if you want back beard to actually mean like growing hair on your back like I got I do have to go to Barbara because I get a little shoulder here. I got to take care of that but boy oh boy you know just trying to be open free on this podcast. Far That's cool. That's fine happens everyone so we get to the dinner and this is where we get the like what I'll say is the the Hanukkah moments in this book. Come very hot and heavy in this dinner. Section in the intersection is is the rare swell. I don't even know if it's if it there's still a shoehorned in quality to it but it leans in harder than it does the other place. Yeah and for me. It is the it does a thing where I think it is trying to. Overtly teach the reader under or sounds like it's trying to teach the reader when I really wanted like character context about the holiday because what a lot of really good holiday stories do is like use use it as a frame for the character to think about this yearly occurrence and like what does that mean to too sexy sylvie. Yes he's going to everybody but Moser's there's a big spot right in the middle of this where they just drop the Hakka prayer like the bar are Rakadh. I'd I the whole thing in Hebrew and English. Yeah whole entire thing and there's something to be said for putting that in the story right like it's not in as much media as it could be given. How many Jewish people there are right? you also get like Roz picked Marsh and used it to light the candles signifying the first night out of Hanukkah which as it reads kind of perfunctory I would love to know like is Sylvia having thoughts about how. She'll probably never have a Hannukah with Josh again. Or is there a family member that she's thinking of that used to say the prayer but as it said this year it reads differently like down the kind of stuff I was hungry for. I mean it gave me thoughts because like every year since we've been since we've been living together I've seen Susannah do this sure little ritual Like eight eight nights a year Most of most of the time. Sometimes there's sometimes you realize is it's two days into Hanukkah and you are not on the ball and sometimes you miss a day in between because of other obligations. Sure just thinking about her doing that and and singing the prayer and wondering like how is how are we gonNa Work Henry into this and like what what significance. This is going to have for him in that kind of stuff. So that's that is exactly what I wanted from Sylvia. I'm giving it to you. Thank you I the happy Hannukah for that. And maybe that's maybe that's a thing that like. I Dunno in some of the sex rex. Parts of this book. You get what they are like thinking about and feeling about it and sometimes it's just a description of this experts and I don't. I don't feel comfortable quite drawing a comparison in here But I feel like maybe it's like I'm just gonNa tell you what happened in you. The reader are gonNA fill in meaning and there were a move on. Maybe maybe that's what's going long But at dinner she gets to know Nico a bit more. Andrew Zakho your calms. They're talking about in the the you know things. Turn to Joshua Bet and I think is Bella who saying like. Oh Josh was better than than all the other losers she used to date and someone else's I well he can't be that much better because he cheated on her. I think Nico says that doesn't mean yeah Yeah her fiance cheated Ability of of of UH yeah. He can't have been that good to her if he was cheating. Yes I'm he was good to me. Sylvie he said looking up into those blue eyes. She wasn't sure why she felt the need to defend Josh but she did. We were supposed to go to NAPA for new years. He booked this deluxe vineyard package thing. Under the stars I do you like Napa Nico asked atone. She felt was accusatory. And it gets into a whole thing where we and you alluded to this this earlier but what you know she is she yes. He does vary extravagant and nice things for her mostly material things order like vacations that cost money but he does it without really asking her what she wants to do. Yes and and she'd leads starts to think you know. What difference? Did it make if she wanted to go to the diner near their apartment and watch the ball drop with their adorable elderly neighbors and then go home and fuck all night. Having having taken an ice cream Sunday to go. Who else would ever want to do that? What Josh picked was romantic and extravagant? How many other men are so thoughtful? Yeah it's like a self it become it comes out of a self esteem thing that and then he's like really letting her flounder there. Yeah that's it's all fucked. I'm thirty four years. That sounds pretty. It does sound pretty good but like she. She is like comparing herself to this amazing hunk of a guy that she is like feels like she is luckily landed in his like. Oh he I don't know I feel like you said Bell earlier now thinking about twilight a lot it feels similar to like. I know it feels like this. Like Oh this man that I that I can't believe that I am with I gotta go along with him because Like why would he want to do what I wanted to. And Nico's like fuck that I I don't know what to do after hockey's done maybe I'll I'll be a teacher. I Dunno like we get like before. He opens his mouth in this scene about her. He does like we get a little bit of back story on him till I humanized him further like his hockey career is is over because of his injury he took care of his mom. Yeah maybe he'll be. Yeah Yeah we get the sense that both he and and sexy Silvia. Farina sort of transitional state in. They're trying to figure out what's going on. Then we get the late night. Encounter the kitchen encounter and Tell me more so oh I don't remember why they're in the kitchen. She's like Hungary or I don't remember what trump gets them in the kitchen later. Like she is in the kitchen and then he also is in the kitchen late at night. No one else is up and he does apologize he does say hey. Hey listen that was a little fucked. I shouldn't have said that. And she's like Nah I get it is cool. They like start complementing each other's legs legs. I think I think they talk about the book that he's reading I he's like reading some Alice Munro short stories but then they just start talking about each other's legs wchs. She's like you like. She says he has talked. They talk about Alice. Munro after actually go for sation. Oh sorry yes She talked about she co.. She calls him like atlas like his legs are so beefy he could carry world and he's like. Oh you have pretty good wigs yourself now. Your leg's he said are like dancers. How do you pronounce life is life? Yeah Life Life and long. He reached forward to touch them and then and stopped himself. Sylvie took his hand and place it on her thigh he ran his hands up and down our leg and then walked his fingers softly across her skin towards the hot center of her body. He paused searching. Sylvia's is confirmation that he could touch her there. Yes she said breathing heavily. Please and that's one thing I like about the sexual encounter is there. There's like multiple occasions of enthusiastic consent from her school There's also there's a bit earlier. She's talking about her career at Random House. Oh Yeah where she says it was her dream job? Every day. She started the publication of books about women books about their hardships their times their pain and their love so this is kind of Nice. That's good Ed. Yeah and that's that's a that sets up that when he is later talking about being an English teacher in Reading Alice Munro that she's like tell me more please. Yeah because there's there's a version of this where they bone down and then he starts to tell her about some Jonathan Franzen book. He's reading and then they never talking so they go for it. Real hard and She he was towards. She was dripping wet weather than she ever remember being inserting his fingers inside her he immediately found her g spot. Pleasure rating radiated up and down her shaking aching legs and I made note. That probably could've used like a hockey metaphor here. I'm not sure like it isn't is it until later when she's joking with him that she says you're pretty good at full body checking which is good but you wanted more. Yeah so I just have a couple. I've like they could've talked about the five hole. which is when you like? Get a shot between the goalie's legs. Well you could have talked about you. Could've talked about Krahn Ron Walled. So there's a defense named Nicholas Krahn Wall who is famous for checking people. When they try to carry the puck out of his own she could have talked about the sin bin which is a nickname for the penalty by talking about the penalty by? Yeah apparently. Apparently there's a thing called top cheese. which is when you score goal in the top corner of the net And actually relevant if you practice good hygiene you never never get top. You never got any copies. It's very important and if you relevant there's a phrase called saucy pause which is when you have like you Google your hands soft hands and slick moves So I think Nico has some saucy pause to borrow some hockey parlance. It's okay so you did your hockey thing and now I'm GonNa do my thing. I wanted to bring the same if they really part of the book. They're like Oh and then the lot because we're so good and then we were hanging out and they were dribbles. Yes okay this section. I mean there really should have been in a part where it was like. She saw his huge circumcised. Phoenix robbing with desire. I Want I want the authentic experience. Here oh man that will be good. Could you credit credit to Susanna for asking me whether the book talks about whether he circumcised or it does anyone use. Does anyone use a condom in this book. Nobody uses a condom including Josh is having sex with the Russian in dial eighty and we'll we'll talk about another encounter. Yes missed opportunity that no one uses a condom and calls it like a Yarmulke or something. Is that a missed opportunity. Or is it a missed pothole into things. So they they bone down and then you're right then. He talks more about wanting to be an English teacher and she's kind like helping him self actualize his future beyond hockey his future beyond his mom passing away from breast cancer and She learns a little bit about the time he took on the off season to take care of her. which like thinking about like that could be? That would be so difficult to do to like. Do whatever you want. Games officers aims are one issue. This is true of hockey as it is if every other sport on hockey season's along so like you don't even have that much time to do anything else. Oh yeah that'd be tough especially in the championship Twelve fourteen So they get into the conversation again about whether Josh was romantic or if he just did romantic things because he didn't know what else to do and then Lo and behold andrew who shows up the next day is Josh here he is former fucker just shows up and he says please baby. I'm so sorry come with me to my hotel room and literally come with me to my hotel room and I like there are a lot of ways that this ends with a police report that I was not really love to didn't love it. Not Great. This she just kind tangos with them but she's she's still dealing with her feelings of affection for him and like questioning whether she was really happy with the relationship so they go back to the hotel and then they talk a little bit and then they burned down. Yeah he when he does more of the like. Hey I'm seeing a therapist. I'm working on it. You gotta forgive me which is like hey good on you for seeking help but like guess. This seems like a situation where you should work on that on your own well and also it's a it is a this is a situation where you you do not get credit for saying you're doing something are starting to do something like there is a lot of. Yeah yeah yeah actual hard the work that you need to do before you are allowed to like Yuppie given praise or like leniency. Because because you've done it feels there is also the also the section where she really reckons with those feelings. She started having earlier about About his romantic tick gestures. She says Oh this is a good yes. She thought about all the gifts he had given her the trips he had planned how desperately separately she had tried to make him feel. She appreciated the things he did for her even though they weren't to her taste or style how when she told him to she preferred and he brushed them off. She didn't push. It didn't an advocate for her desires and pretended instead the glamorous life that he lived was the life she wanted she felt at that moment that this too had been cheating a long-term dishonesty she didn't realize she was engaging in until now. And so oh I do about that. I do kind of like it but I also think the she also was cheating is a bit of both sides of them because he was that. What is that you read? That does she say she was cheating. She fell at that moment that this too had been cheating heard telling him that she liked what he was doing even though she did it was a form of cheating how I read that. I think you might be right. I read it as like him. Not Listening to her was a form of it but I guess I was Sushi. Gets to a point where she says. Well maybe I also cheated on him a little bit and then they bone and then she breaks up with him as the sequence of. Yeah I think I mean she. It's if she had not tried to voice her own opinions. I guess I could endorse this. Like read of of what had happened but she did. Try to say what she wanted in order. That's okay it's it's hard for me to to get to a place where I can be like. Well she everybody's at fault you know. Yeah no I is is this just another partisan fray you know. I'm glad you I'm glad you read that then because I've actually then misread that from like cheer from cheering behind behind her sandbox in that stands Basically like him dishonestly loving loving her essentially like not loving her and what her wants were but just like do whatever the hell he wanted was a former cheating. But that and that I think is drew maybe But that's not okay. And that and that actually explains more why she then goes and cry bangs him if she feels like she messed up to which is not a thing that I really understood in that moment Because Yeah they cry in Bang a lot and then she's like and it's not. It's not a bad bang. No no no. It's a it's a it's the kind of Bang you get. When two people know each other's bodies pretty well and that's its own special kind of Bang Bang Languid Nico? Earlier is Abang where two people are instantly physically compatible. Sure yes. I don't know if that happens outside. Sex books maybe. Maybe yes so. She does that and she's like well. Here's your ring back by. She says I love you but you cheating was a blessing. Here's your ring back doc. I'm going to leave and he's like. Well this sucks and she's like Yep by yeah I we get like she spends a night watching nico go play with her little cousins and it's very charming. He got her a traders. Yeah he don't forget don't forget he got a pretty. He got her pretty bookmark. Bookmark as a present. When he was out they bang again that night? And it's Pretty Rad. Lots of straddling and riding and and Go Go And then they talk about their plans next where they're going to be how they're both. I think they both like we don't really have places to go. The other both technically homeless I guess because he is you know. He's not on the hockey team anymore. He's been in Pittsburgh dealing young with his mom stuff but that is sort of reached an end point and then she live with Josh and now she doesn't anymore she has she has like means means you can get an apartment or whatever but she doesn't have one now yes. Oh they're going to go to these two separate cities and be sort of UNMORTGAGED Sylvia didn't say anything neither did Niko but she felt him and close her legs with his legs so no part of her body lay outside his grasp. She didn't know what would happen between them. Once the the sun rose and he went back to back to Pittsburgh and she didn't New York each attempting to piece their lives back together but she knew feeling the warmth of his body and the steady beat of his heart that she would do anything anything not to lose him and that's where it ends which is presumably why this is labelled as part one of a series. That hasn't come hasn't materialized yet. Yes I mean. It has come several times but it has not materialized into other books. Yeah let me try to find some good sex real quick before there was one there was one really good. 'cause I'm looking at line okay. You got it go. I'll go grabbing his hand in hers. She felt the the explosion coming rippling outward from between her legs vibrating around his cock like a bell. Ohio yes sure I just had the Just kind of this more. Generic but his rippled APPs and muscular thighs engages e thrust and thrust the tip of his cock gorging with hot desire when he came he cried out softly in his his whole body shook as if hit by an explosion he collapsed onto her and the wrapped and then wrapped her soft body in his arms. They're just very sweet with each other other while they're exploding. Yeah just a lot of explosions but very legs gentle and mutually beneficial explosions. Yes They don't do it. There is no eight times or anything like that which would be a little on the nose. I guess yeah I mean that's what I wanted but maybe a beat sexy silly to may be yes home again for Hanukkah eight crazy banks. I mean I feel you. There are a lot of other Jewish holidays as you can also sure you could also start doing like some kind of Passover something like. I don't WanNa get into too many puns. Though I'm nervous ask because I don't I don't know what all the holidays are about and I don't want to Besmirch them what I would fear. I think any holiday can be horny if you believe in yourself. That sounds like a good note to end on before no more elaborations everyone for listening if you have thoughts. What's on your favorite Hanukkah meal? You can email them to us at overdue pottage email dot com hit us up on facebook twitter dot com slash overdue pod. Thanks to Becca. Amber Steve Brit and your Becca Josh Flurry and Ben Christine Emilia many more is episode. was accorded not long after we talk about liverwurst on a previous podcast. 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