20 Episode results for "Namus"

Breathing Underwater - A profound poem of healing

LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

00:00 sec | 4 months ago

Breathing Underwater - A profound poem of healing

"Today, we discover that we can breathe. Under Water! I built my house by the sea. Not on the sands. Not On. The shifting sand. And I built it of rock. Strong House by a strong. And we got well acquainted the nine. Good neighbors. Not that we spoke much. Met In Silences Respectful keeping outdistance. But looking thoughts. Across the fence of sand, always the fence of sand barrier. Always the San between. And then one day. And I still don't know how it happened. The C. came without warning. Without welcoming. Not Sudden and swift. But as shifting. Across, the sand like wide. Less like the flow of water. than the flat. Slow but coming slur. But flowing like an open wound. Thought flanked. And I thought of drowning. Death! And while I thought see crept. Till it reached my Dole. At I knew. There was neither flat. Nor death. Nor drowning. That when he comes calling you stop being nameless home well acquainted. Friendly at a distance Namus. And you give your house. For a car cost. And you. To breathe. Underwater.

Dole Namus one day
Regions Tradition

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Regions Tradition

"The Paul finebaum show podcast is brought to you by capital. One capital. One is reimagining banking offering account with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes capital. One. What's in your wallet capital? One NA member FDIC. Cried passion than patterns re of college football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show. Best of podcast. We are delighted to be joined by coach Nick Sabin and coach I've seen you walking around with her. Rumors the things that I probably shouldn't be hearing about you being no, maybe more active than you, should they. So what's the truth here? Well, I have I was a successful surgery, and I was able to walk in two days. And I think with the way they do these now on the front people have a misconception. How difficult the rehab used to be as compared to what it is now. So I've had some great rehab people when great surgeons and really good medical care. And I think it's all paid off to a quick recovered. How would you characterize yourself as as the patient listening to others? Well, other than messing up the protocol for what it takes to get hip surgery. You know, the doctors getting inundated with calls about people saying, I went to same hip surgery. Coach saving guys go back to work in two other than that. I mean, I think it's okay. But I I really do think though that they convinced me that in this situation. You know, when you're an athlete, you're always like paying for gain. You know, you're always working harder and harder and harder and pushing and pushing and posted, and you know, they kinda convinced me in this. It's good to do rehab. It's good to push. But soon as you hit the pain, that's not good. So you got to back off and make sure you're not doing it too fast. Because you don't have a setback and that's worked. Well for me. I I know that there wasn't a lot of downtime pretty obvious. But for someone who has never stopped never stopping what was it like to have a little bit of time because you couldn't do very much while you were recovering. I I last it for six hours. They did. The surgery on Monday night. I got home Tuesday morning at nine I sat in a chair with that game ready thing the ice machine and all that don't exercises and six hours, three o'clock Misteri says she's taking the dogs of the lake and I went outside started walking around in the yard. So certainly she got back. She told me though. So did you learn from that that you that's that's not for you to sit around and not sit around, and I told, you know, many people I said if this is what retirement is all about don't ever mention it. I want no part of it. We talked to an expert throw all experts the other day, and he said that he really believed giving your health that you would you would coach to where fraternal wasn't. He was in his eighties realized that's a long way off it. I mean, you seem like the you have no interest in doing anything else. Well, I really enjoy what I'm doing. I really do. I I love the players. I love the relationships. You have with players. I like being part of a team. I've always been a part of a team. So I keep you know, looking at the next challenge. And to me those challenges come each year and trying to rebuild our team with all the losses that you have guys on for the draft graduation. So I I'm excited about you know, being able to do this. I would not want to do it. If I didn't feel like I could do a good job. My health got bad or something was happening. I felt like I was you know, not able to keep up the pace and the program. I don't. Wanna bride the program down? You know, we've worked hard to make Alabama something special in its all as I'm capable or we're capable and contributed keeping it that way. I'm happy doing this. I it's it's almost silly to to talk about some of the subjects that that are out there because in in the last four years ala Bama has finished. One two one two you won the SEC championship. But I mean, there's almost this perception that Alabama has lost a game and the world's coming to an end. I know I know that you you've addressed that. But the do you hear that noise because I mean, it's almost like Alabama's not perfect. People are are disappointed. Well, but we are perfect. And I think that you know, the most difficult thing is to keep the players focused on what it takes to continue to be successful. You know, you've heard me say very many times before that, you know, success is not a continual. It's momentary. So you gotta keep doing things that you did you gotta keep improve. You gotta keep overcoming adversity. And because everybody's shooting at you. Everybody's trying to beach and you're getting everybody's best game. So you have to be at your best all the time. And you can never assume that we can just go out there and play the game and things are going to work out because of that. And I felt like toward the end of last year. You know, I don't know if it was a schedule because we had a very difficult schedule, you know, move on into the game. I took its toll on the players more, mentally and psychologically than physically or if we lost humility a little bit. And you know, maybe. Didn't prepare the right way. You know, didn't focus on what was in front of us navy too, many extra factors by coaches and players alike. I I don't really know. But it's not a responsibility to manage those things in a way that it does not affect our performance. But I do think that our our team our players based on spring practice learned a lot from that game in that experience. I realize there's a head coach you're trying. There's so many layers of of getting a team ready. But when when you look at it at the end of the year. Do you feel like you have failed by not winning the national championship? I realize that's ridiculously high a level of expectation that seemingly what you've done. Well, I think what bothers me is here. We've lost games where we really played with. I mean, we lost the national championship whatever three years ago, and we really played well in the game. I mean for three quarters we we've we really sort of dominated the game. And we kinda ran out of gas. Not you know at the end of the game. They were no huddle. They were going fast replay way too many plays defense. And and they scored twenty one points at the end of the game. But I didn't necessarily feel like we played that. I didn't feel like we didn't forbear. Well, I didn't think and as a coach you always once you're tuned to play to the best of the capabilities and the disappointing thing to me down the stretch last year. I didn't feel like all parts of our team played that. Well, so it's not just about the outcome. Because sometimes you play good and he played poorly in win everybody thinks everybody's okay? Everything's okay. And that's a problem with players to because they're not willing to address the things they need to improve on what they need to focus. So it's not just about the outcome. It's a lot about how did we do the things that we needed to do to get the outcome that we want? And are we doing those things to the standard that we need to do to get it? And that's the thing that's disappointing as a coat. I've never heard you be wanted to make excuses, but but some have pointed to when you go through the gauntlet of the SEC it does take its toll. You had a late trip to Baton Rouge. You you dealt with with Auburn you had the EPA game against Georgia, and then Oklahoma where others have a much easier. Pat, is is that a fair conversation to have that for in the SEC? I would like to think playing good competition. But I do think it's a reflection on how much depth. They have on your team. And you know, we know LSU Mississippi State all Vernon Georgia Oklahoma that that's a pretty tough stretch. Well, if you have enough player, I bet you've been rotate enough players that you keep your team fresh high by how you practice how you prepare and how much they actually have to plan game. But I think you can sustain, and I I do think that competition and salads makes you better. So I I don't look at it as an excuse. I actually look at it as a circumstance that can have an effect. If you don't have enough depth on your team to be able to sustain. But it is a fact that that I'm not trying to. I am because the team played. But but Clemson beat a barely five hundred team in the championship game while you were playing Georgia which was a mile accounts for final fourteen. There's a lot of told it's taken like prayer. But the fact of the matter is when we play Clemson on that day phases. Played a lot better than when play. Week. We didn't take advantage of our opportunities. We had the bone one yard twice on second one at the one and scored three point. That's totally uncharacteristic of. We have the ball red zone three or four times. And and didn't come away with point. And then we gave up a lot of explosive plays on defense. I which allowed them to stay ahead of the game. Which are we just we just didn't play as well as we needed to play, and that's my responsibility. And hopefully, we're working on some of the things to remedy that. So that we give ourselves a better chance to be successful in future. Do you feel like coming off of a of a loss, and you said years ago, your unit can waste a failure? You've you there's a chip now incredibly after a season that most would would put it there at the beacon of their existence. Is there a chip on on on on this team now on their shoulder to uproot? Well, I think it's a fact of. Of life that people respond better to failure than they do to success. So whether you call it a ship, or whatever you might call. They're all more willing to listen, they're all more willing to learn about what they need to do to have a better chance to succeed in the future. So I think we have that. I think the players are listening better. I think they responded very well spring. But when you lose this many guys, if we lose it's always a work in progress, and we're always going to have young till? So the key to our success is how many young players do we have Martin that at some point in time in this season complain winning football for and that's that's that's a real critical piece for us as coaches to be able to help those guys develop even nominated by a lot of people in the media come on. If you worked patriots beat his are of college football, where we're heading for the the meetings coming up here in a couple of weeks as you sit down three weeks from now with your colleagues is there something that you you're. You're burning to talk about that you want altered or do you feel pretty good about the game right now? Well, I'm a little concerned about the game probably too. I think and it all goes back to -bility of roster. First of all there's one hundred and forty four guys go off of the draft going the last five years it's been three hundred and eighty guys off for the draft about twenty five percent over didn't get drafted another twenty five percent on a team in three years. So you have fifty percent of these guys have failed careers, and I think it's even going to be greater in this lots because forty nine guys didn't even get drafted high. So you have people who think? Here's something I want. I should have it now. I and I've been criticized for sort of calculating what is a good business decision for a player. I am all for the players. I when it comes to this. And I'm one of our guys played they're going after the draft. I support him. We do everything we can to help them because the only thing benefits our program is they get drafted high. I mean, if they don't that's a problem. I so that's one issue. How that gets resolved? I don't really know. And maybe it's not resolvable. Maybe we all need to do. Better job of the go to college to prepare yourself for the day. You can't play foot and in three years, you decided your first or second round draft pick what you do with your future as a football player or you. Stay in school and tried to become a second issue is we've made it really really easy to transfer to go from one school to the other and. I concern. Sometimes are we putting the decision making in the wrong hands? Man. I mean, I think everybody needs to understand we all have football programs. There's a lot of good coaches out there, and they have good programs their programs all geared toward helping young people be successful health and do the right things. Make your choice the seasons. Get an education be the best player. They can be and some kind of way there's a perception that we're taking advantage of somebody. And and we're trying to help them buy. So when we try to make somebody do the right thing, and they can run down the hall leap. It would be the equivalent of one of your children's Diane. You're reprimand yourself. I'm just gonna move next door. I don't have to do that. I'm so what what what we really doing here. You know, the graduate transfer thing. I think if we've done our job. And helped the got graduate. And we've done everything we can to help him develop and he doesn't have roll on our team. And he thinks that he goes someplace else and have a better chance. I'm okay with that. But I do think that if you have a graduate transfer and you've done your job, and he leaves you ought to get a scholarship back for that. You ought to get an initial back for that. So because it's hard to manage your numbers when you have all these guys exiting, I which really kind of penalizes the guys that are left on your team and their chances advance successful. So those two things probably and they're both about managing roster, and what's right and wrong for players to be able to do. And I think it's okay for guys transfer, but we about waivers left and right by and geyser me. They'll just so there's no consequence. They made a commitment when you make a commitment, and you don't see it through. There's usually a concept. It's it's a fact life it's part of life, and we should be teaching these lifelong lessons to young people, you know, when they're going to college. Coach. Thank you, very, much pleasure. Thank you. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Always great to welcome in coach Kirby smart from the university of Georgia. Who is in the middle of speaking to dog fans everywhere. I would imagine they wanna know what's going. What's going to happen this year? Although there there aren't as many questions, I think this year is there were a couple of years ago. Yes, it's a different kind of year all early outs. And that's the biggest question, Mark. Is you lose a back a couple of cedars tied in. So a lot of guys replace on offense. A lot of guys back on defense. Listen, we all know what you've lost. But we also know what you have. And it starts at the quarterback position. Although your your ex quarterbacks are on every list. I mean, we had a list yesterday coach of the top fifteen or twenty quarterbacks coming back and two guys that played for you. Or on those lists, which I know you can't worry about right? But you got the win you want. They're everywhere. We're proud of the woman got we're working to develop a guy that can back him up. You know, we got two guys that have worked hard to spring back him up, but Jake's taking on a new role in a better leadership role team. And I think the kids respond real world his leadership, I'm really interested in his matriculation because couple of years ago. No one knew we knew how good he he was expected today. But what do you think has been the key to to him growing into this job experience when we plan our league, there's nowhere to hide you know, you can't hide in our league. You can't hide behind the running game. I on a short passing game. You got to be a play the game. Get your protection. Right. I mean, he goes in the toughest environments for two years now. Now in this played really, well, you know that the games that he hasn't won. We'd have supporting defensively all the time. He just a good leader. He's got good players around him. He knows how to use those guys talk to you about schedule a couple of weeks into the season. Notre Dame comes in. I've seen your feature schedules. I mean, it's it's literally off the charts. What Georgia's doing? I mean, the full you play the traditional Georgia Tech game. A lot of people will say, that's that's it. We're not doing anything else. Talk about your philosophy on these games. Well, I think first off you start with. I'd love to open the season against a non conference power five every year some years, that's how to your control. But the years that are in our control right now are the ones that are ten years out. We feel like yes, he sees the toughest conference in the country. We want to go outside that and play not three non conference opponents that are, you know, power five teams, Georgia Tech men one. And then we wanted to be the first to say we're gonna play to other teams outside that. And right now, that's a Clemson in Texas, a Florida state in Texas, Florida state, and Clemson we wanna go Oklahoma. We willing to play these type teams, and we're looking for those kind of games 'cause I think that's where Kaushal ball's going. TV's going. We wanna be the center of attention. We wanna play these big games, and yet may hurt this one year, but it may help us one year, and that's the goal for us to get into the college football playoff go. This is I don't want. I don't want to call it the silly season. Because it's important. You're out meeting would dog fans everywhere. And I I would never say that what you hear on his show is necessarily representation, but we're hearing a lot from fans in Florida. It seems like this larded Georgia rivalry, which is always intense. You've played on it. You've been on all sides of it is getting at least maybe on one side. I don't hear you responding to all that is that just who you are. God is no no there's a lot that we control. By the words, we say, I just football so much to me as played between the lines and the physicality of the people that fly, and we're gonna plan brand football, Georgia, that's physical and tough. And we don't really wanna talk to the opponent in. I if I go out doing that as a coach how do I look to my players. So it's not something that I enjoy doing or wanna do. Kinda weren't real hard grinding play the game. In may the best team win. Does this come everything comes from from somewhere? You're you're the son of a coach you've been part of very successful systems that just. Everyone can do whatever they want. But is that just who you are where you what what you're what you're made out of. Yeah. I I just don't think you need that. I didn't think that's what's gonna make Georgia. Great. We're not gonna move up in the rankings. Because what I say or what I do. We're gonna do about how we play we wanna talk with our helmets. That's what we've always talked about. We gonna play physical rand football and not really do it with our mouthpiece. And I'll say listen, everyone knows Georgia last national championship. I mean, that's that's pretty easy to figure out. But I I wonder though, if it. People are missing the point. I mean, what what you've already wanted SEC championship. You wanna Rose Bowl played for national championship played again for necessarily. That's that's a lot to chew on in a fairly short period of time. It is. But we're not gonna say that's enough. I mean, we we we we our whole motto this spring. She's been do more whatever we done is not enough in his twenty four wins. Whatever it's been over two years. It's not enough. And for us. We want to continue to get better. If you play in these tight gains enough, and you get your kids used to it. They're going to play better. And we know that the best is a hint for Georgia. And we're looking forward 'cause we got a good team coming back, and we're excited about planning these kind of gangs. I mean already in. You're considered among the elite coaches in the country. And I know that you you you're not responding to that. But but my point being. Is it too much attention put on winning and all and I said, no it knowing very well your resume having national championship rings littered. I want maybe not the right word to use. But all over your house. I mean, you you know, what it's like there's value in that. I think is a coach that's the ultimate for your university. Especially when you went to that school and played at school. You won't that for the fan base. You won't that for your players. But it's certainly what the measuring stick goes by I respect that measuring stick. But also respect that. I'm a father and a husband, and that's important me to I want to be good at those things. Just important as Wayne games do. You're not a guy that lives. Shares much of what you what you're taught process. It'd be I remember I think it was three years ago. I sat with you hear it all seemed really dig. This was your first time as a head coach. And now in a fairly short order. Your resume is long. We've talked about that. How different do you feel? What have you learned during this odyssey? A lot of the worth things. I worry about in the first year didn't matter. They didn't help. They didn't hurt. I worried about things I couldn't control. I don't think you've actually get better that until you experience it, and I went through that first year just realized that low things don't matter. What does matter is your relationship with your players how you recruit how you developed guys the culture of your team. Those are the things that matter. So I try to put my kitchen to that. And not not the things you can't troll in terms of the state of the game. I mean you've had to deal with a lot. I mentioned. Young players leaving. And whatever reason do you like where we all right now in college football, man, it's tough. I I tell you. I was talking today to gallon core Steve Stricker, and he was talking about his relationship with Tony Bennett. The basketball coaching UVA that had two or three players lead. That probably got advice not to come out early. We had four kids that ended up coming out early and know some came out where they wanted to draft and some didn't. But they're great kids and to give them advice and try to get advice. It's really hard when it's not independent Knicks gone through. We've talked to Nick about it a lot with Alabama. They've had kids you want. What's best for your player and everybody thinks that's what's best for us selfishly to keep them. But to get your degree and then go out for the draft. It helps so much when they get misinformation I'm going to go in the second. I'm going to go in the third, and then they don't do that. And there's no recourse, you know, they have to come back to school later. I don't know that we're in a great place right now. I don't know that we're doing the best thing for the kids. And that's what's tough on me to just wao. What? What is the rest of the spring and summer, look like for you? I mean, I know you're speaking there's not much downtime in recruiting never ends. Whether it's whether you're recruiting or not what's ahead for the next couple of months jeans, a lot of camps a lot of recruiting about gene twenty third twenty four th it goes dead. We'll have some time with our families four weeks we spend with our families and then crank Mak up run media days. Rely and start back at it again. But this is if there had to be a slow time, this would be the slow time other than recruiting pretty active coach, thank you very much. Always pleasure. Thank you got coach, Kirby smart. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Doesn't get much better than what we're about to do. He's one of the iconic sports figures really of all time. He is Joe Namus, and you know, him from so many different perspectives. But new book has just dropped the Joe has written entitled all the way my life in four quarters. It's being critically acclaimed for the honesty, and the piercing pain that he describes what he has not only done, positively. But some of the downfalls of his Joe always great to have you on good afternoon. Thank you, Paul good afternoon. And it good to be with you, man. It has always a pleasure. And I I've I've seen you talk about this book. I I've I've heard you. But I want to hear it with with our own ears. Take us through the process, and deciding to do it because I I would imagine bearing all was not easy for you. Well, you know. Thinking about it for for several years in a sense that they're different experiences that I've had both good and bad, but the bad turned out to be positive so far plus the date always coming up on the fiftieth anniversary of the New York Jets championship and night in snaking, sixty nine sure and along with the by the way, the New York met in New York knickebocker that was a bigger. Yeah. People brought that up several times over the past year, or so and actually I got approached by Little Brown about doing the book, and I figured well, if if they thought there was enough interest, then it they know better than I do. And so yeah, I I was game to do it. And Joe we'll work our way back. I wanted to go back to that time. And listen anyone alive wanted to be just like Joe Namus, the whether we knew much about you or not? But I mean, you you were one of the most eligible bachelors in the world living in New York City, you had won the world championship. And an epic prediction. I I know you've never talked a lot about that time. But you do reveal a little bit more in this book. What was it like to be Joe Nemeth at that age in? That city. Wow. You know, especially looking back now on where I'm coming from in my head and legs experiences. I was I was described as like a little puppy a little puppy dog wanting to get into everything. A lot of love, you know, you just wagging you tell them and taking it all in and try to get everything you can out of life. And I did have an understanding about my responsibilities with the sport. But it was sensational. I mean, smiles I I've learned and learned this prior to our championship year. Actually that smiles aren't hard to take people come up to me. What a smile on their face and say, hey, you know, they're not going stones. They weren't throwing stones at me back then and I got along well with people, and I still do I I was very very lucky very fortunate and learn some life lessons along the way. But man, it was it was joyful. I had an in sports and football. You may. Member. Some of the ownership we had and they would peripherique mister has the the were blend man, they took me around hound and showed me New York mid missed the word that made the statement fall when I was a rookie pride in my rookie year about New York, and the people have great they were and everything he also said that stars stale ticket, and he was responsible for really getting me out there getting visual. He he he really promoted me so to speak and then us being able to win the championship. Wow. That that that was really a topping there if we had won the championship. And then, you know, been another player that wasn't on a championship team. I I heard you say so at one time that it's a good thing. The jets had laid practices because you were out pretty pretty early in the morning. You write a there were things we didn't know back, then we didn't know chewing tobacco could cause cancer. We didn't know drinking would catch up to you would become an addiction could become a habit. We really didn't. I did know anyway, and we've Eubank our coach believed them practicing close to game time. And that meant we needed to be at work at noon every day while you don't have to be a mathematical genius to figure that if you only need seven maybe eight hours leap, he don't have to go to sleep until two or three in the morning. It'd be able to get a good night sleep and still get to work ahead of time. So yeah, it was a different schedule. I usually went home after the afternoon practice, and did my football homework, then and was able to go out in the thing and spend a lot of hours out individual city. Joe you you win the championship? You become not only a national celebrity bit an international celebrity ultimately your career ends in the late seventies. You you go into TV act to Monday night football, and I'm speeding through this. Because I it's an amazing journey. But at some point things began to turn you got married, but you found yourself drinking a lot. Yeah. And it actually. Was brought up birth by my former white back in nineteen eighty eighty five early. Eighty six told me that he thought I had a drink in problem. She wanted me to reach out and get help. Well, I didn't think I had a drinking problem. And I thought I could stop first of all I went went to a psychologist psychiatrist kind of guy. And I mean, we we talked we met I did this on a few occasions weekly, and I found myself all right after leaving his opposite five in the afternoon stopping at a whiskey store and buying a pint of vodka on my way home. I I I didn't take my wife could now let here I was for spending acting feeling like, okay, I'll get some guidance some some help. But I I would I did. I mean, I I dated the alcohol, and so when she challenged me again, I told her I would stop, but I wasn't going to check in and get help. It it nearly terrified me to think that I couldn't do it that I couldn't stop. I was embarrassed that I needed help. And I couldn't see myself checking into rehab place. So what I did was I stopped drinking I stopped for thirteen and a half year. Didn't have a drink. What we learned what I learned in a is that described as the dry drunk, you know, without the education, you know. Okay. You stop for a while. But you don't know why you don't know how dangerous it is that the rest of the education. And then I was also taught that I found an excuse to go back to it. And to me, it was kind of a justified excuse, but it was just at any excuse when I look back on it. And that was going through a divorce. You know, what the heck I just do my hands up and. I quit. You know, just I just gave up so to speak and started drinking again. And then after I. He, hey, the very improperly, and it was brought to my attention. I was able to go get educated and on this day or that day back in two thousand three or so I have been Stover clean living better late. Hell I wouldn't be alive right now, buddy. If I had maintained to pay I was on. Joe you had to Nali face, but he had to face it in front of the whole world and not to spend much time on the the now famous infamous interview on Monday night football with Suzy kolber. But that's what brought it to ahead. And and and when you realized what had happened, I'm really interested in in in how you reacted and how you dealt with really one of the most embarrassing moments of anyone's life. Yeah. I I was surprised because I didn't remember that taking play. I didn't remember saying those words this is I had been drinking for good part of that day. And when I found out the next morning. I was really humbled really fair. I mean, not reme- so much is what I did to my family and friends and. Suzy? So you know, I I did call her out of respect an understanding that we don't put anybody in that position. It shouldn't that I found up, and I was honest to God. Sorry, I told her, and she was understanding he was very kind, and he told me to be positive and and make something positive out of this situation that she can handle the situation there for herself. And so I did I reached out and does some health, and I'm thankful thankful. You're you're at a unique point in life. When when you can look back on on an incredible career. And I know when when the fiftieth anniversary comes up a lot of young people who once again, see something that we all experienced as well as one of the truly great moments in sports history. What do you think about when you reflect back on and you had to do it in in putting a book like this together on on your entire career that the some of the some of all these years that for the most part of gun pretty well for you. I'm thankful though. I thank God every day and night and many times today. I really do. I know it's not me. I know it not about old Joe, I do have my responsibilities and I need own up to them. And I wanna make people feel good about me my family because I feel good about them as I was saying earlier, man, I it's wonderful to someone to come up and introduce them not cells smile on the face it. I mean, it makes me feel good, and I'm thankful that it can make them feel good. But we go way back man back home to my family with my brothers and sister. And there wasn't you know, a lot of Pat you on the back and say nice, gone stuff. You know, it was all right? You gotta do this do that. And it was good. Having the coaches that I had bought my high school coach is just absolutely brilliant. But he's the word court and made us be ready. And of course, you know, I was. Love you coach Bryant and the guy that I played with it Alabama. And and he told us in that first freshman meeting that we would remember the bad time the tough time quicker than would remember the wins at the good time. And that's held true. Two days that I remember in sports the foul up that I had caught games. Whatever. Sure. I remember the championship. But it just gets kind of his face stuck in your crawl. You know, you can't play get rid of man. And I do remember those things, but I am so fortunate and I'm not I'm not talking jive. It'd be that Paul. It's the fact I know I know I wouldn't be where I am day with the friends and office soon resigned had without a whole lot of help man because I was marred enough to know how what? Action to go at Julie to start with. Name of the book all the way, my life in four quarters with Joe name is Joe it has always a pleasure to visit with you all the best and hope to see very sing. What you Paul, and I can't can't dig it by without saying go jets into especially role. Hi, Joe be well, good luck with the book and camp. And we will see you can't wait to see you very soon. Thank you call. Wow. What a great. We'll we'll talk about more by Joel but later on but just an amazing guy. And then everything he said there it was hard felt I mean, he had quite a life. And and it's helped so many people listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast hammer is in Fort Worth you or on the air. Go right ahead. Thanks for taking my call love yourself. Thank you. I to. I gotta correct you go Alabama did not win the national game ship in nineteen sixty four. They were voted number one at the end of the season. But they lost the Sugar Bowl to Texas Arkansas beating the baske- in the combo venison season undefeated and declared by these sports writers of America to be the national champions, Alabama was white number one before the bowl games that they did not win the national championship. We know. That's an age old debate hammer, and well, they any. Alabama de well, they may how can you be the national champion if you've got a loss and another team eighteen to beat you and finish undefeated our Lambie also claimed nineteen Seventy-three when I'm about sixty I'm well aware of that. But they also seventy three when they were undefeated loss to Notre Dame in the sugarbowl. The reason why they claim it is back, then the polls were different and one of the service foles was done before the bowl games that counted as a national championship. I you know, I was I would listen to by hammer. Let's say some time. No, no, no. It's two thousand nineteen. I am not going to relitigate nineteen sixty four on this program. Think it's wrong to claim your. When they were never boated national champion. They were bolted hammer on her. I am a graduate university of Tennessee. I suggest you take this up with the university of Alabama. Okay. Okay. Well, anyway, they did not win. Okay. Repeat after me come on. Do we really need to do this anymore? Didn't Alabama claims sixty four they all I mean, how many do they claim Mark do, you know couple too many? They Keith done of it wrote a book about sixty six called it. The missing ring saying they should have won it in sixty six when they were undefeated, but they opened against Louisiana tech. I Bammer ha hammer or hammer mamber whatever his name was. He wanted to fight about that. Didn't he he was not letting me say. Alabama one one one in sixty four eight to Brigadier Jim is up next. Yeah. Well, this is that that guys at your typical Texas church. First of all, Texas, the rest of have you seen those films, by the way, Alabama won that game? I I actually asked your name with all I saw him any hills country one day. I said tell me the truth. Yo what happened? He said. Well, if it about cliff I'd be dead. And if the goal line had been a cliff I'd be dead. He said I was three feet three three feet over the ball was three feet over the goal line. And they they actually took the pile up drifts when it was home cooking, totally total home cooking. But let's get back to the port that your colleague just had vicious a fact back poll two polls that year. I've studied Watson went back and seeing those both AT was main told they want it. They voted before the bowl games AP. They won the AP. They won another one. And I think the United planets. Perhaps was the one that waited and gave him a awarded to Texas at the end of the year. Arkansas times at your too. What is the thing though, universally Alabama was was was considered without a doubt the national champion in sixty four. That's a fact jerk. No, I agree with you. And you're you're on mytalk direct. And and I mean, you can't change the criteria. After the fact, I know you can sail they tech take good stay Trump like they did. But they couldn't they couldn't be. They couldn't take away the next with that. Nice fat. And by the way, ala Bama was recognized by AP an UP. I that was that was that was how witness championship. Yeah. That was one. I think it was that that national championship poll you awarded Auburn to and seeking to eight or nine years ago. You know, the was a the football writers gave Arkansas it's I mean, by the way, I was in favour a couple years ago, and they were celebrating I think the fiftieth anniversary of the national championship. And I'm not going when did you guys win a national championship? In the sixties. But they Jimmy Johnson was on the team Jerry Jones, they celebrated. Yeah. Yeah. Hey Volvo celebrates every year Alabama. They lose. Yeah. Well, Alabama to celebrate some more. I know it delusional. I mean, sixty six was robbery. What was that? When six. Sixty six all all it did was win at all. And Notre Dame win for a tie against Michigan state and made the tide. They the game and everybody needed with with a talent Alabama had that year. They would do a question Notre Dame, and they win that all sorts of like meal signed by maybe h me on just the best. No. I mean, it's it's ridiculous to to. That's just a Texan jerk trying to see some. And that's I'm glad you handled the way you did. Thank you. Jim. Appreciate. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Back here at the regions tradition. Joined by the Commissioner of the southeastern conference, usually we talked to you on the beach. We'll we will get really three weeks away. But the the weather here's feels like the beach that does it's bright. It's at the beach. I walk out of being know, tell room into the sun, so bright. I can't see. No, it was great. I listen. I wanna talk to you about meeting with the last week and then about to see everyone. But I've watched you you you talked about half the coaches nasty today. We'll give Kirby credit I've never seen it quicker exit. So I missed him. But anybody that was here is to chance to catch up. In fact, they're looking forward to their meetings forward because they all said, hey, what are we talking about? Little which not to preempt your meetings. But we have Ray Tanner on yesterday. He said he'd just got back from somewhere in Florida daily on John. I I know that these are important meetings with the, and I'm not asking you to you'd had enough people upstage your schedules and other things, but what can we look forward to make some now? But to that point I opened the AD meeting we meet every year in early may. And this it's been a Jacksonville area. But our thanks director's meeting sprang are pretty intentional. So we added of January late January meeting where he spent two days only football issues, and I said at media day last year that we go through you of our football scheduling philosophy and I saw rain into comments talked about that. That's just normal business worse. We're doing the right thing. Why are we doing what we do ten questions? You asked me. But maybe I'm more interesting behind closed doors and then in March basketball and early may than a destined. So we talked about football. We talked about. The volunteer. Coach issue in baseball softball throwing a lot of attention, and our views there, we talked about basketball success in in trying to understand on the men's side. How much of it has to do with scheduling philosophy little bit. How much of it is coaches who are really good the improvements that we've made the commitment for officiating. We've talked a lot about those areas off -ficiating across the board which looks like. Like Charlie Brown's teacher talking to try to explain those issues. So I mean, there's there's some quick hits healthy conversation route where we had with the media the success of the network, but we're looking five years ahead of CBS agreement that that concludes that CVS said publicly they want to extend we hired some media visors for evolution media, creative artists. Just to talk about what's the what's the atmosphere around television digital media where does that what does that look like in the future? You can imagine. That's a wink the conversation that doesn't translate into a segment on the five bucks. No, big guys. Pretty fascinating stuff. Yup. And. I think you will get plenty of attention veering everywhere else. The schedule has been a big topic. And you you feel going into Destin that has calmed or they're still. I think we've I've tried to be open with my view are really argue. My vote is not like fifteen votes. There are fourteen votes over institutions. I have the opportunity to set an agenda and talk through things. What's never been in the background is how or why or 'justifications evaluate why it works. And we'll talk about trends in football, scheduling perhaps being opened. Those are always conversations that take place has helped, you know, part of what happened in last year was a lot of talk. And it's it's going to happen again. Well, we play nine games and it's not fair for for playoff evaluation yet. I'll be happy to talk about why others made their nine game decision generally around the start of media contracts or playing their own championship game. We all knew that we could have different scheduling approaches when the playoffs started and. I think our schedule me approach maybe a small part of our success. But again in football, I guess the best ball facilities interest support coaches, the type of people are attracted play college football. Your has a big we had with you a couple of months ago in. Santa Clara just come from a fairly lengthy meeting with the c I know that you guys were just out in Arizona. Is there any new direction in terms of expansion, or is it still the same place? It was not from my perspective. I I saw some reports earlier this week that a source inside the room, and I can assure you that sources never been me won't be yet. I think it's appropriate to say from my perspective. Really from our perspective. The fourteen playoff is work, well and continue to work. Well, but part of our responsibility is to continuously evaluate at doesn't mean that there's chains keenum Mississippi State, president shares the board of managers, that's our presidential leadership group. He said in January, we're gonna go through this review. But it's way way premature to even speculate about the change forbade because the formats worked well. The viewership around our other bowl games was essentially at or above our CBS game of the week gradings when you look at for instance, tech Sam North Carolina State. I think if you had placed that game that raining on a Saturday afternoon. It was our fifth highest it would have been fifth highest rated regular season game. So there's a lot of interest in what we do in bowl games in postseason, and that's a part of the conversation. As is the regular season conference championship games. All that to say, I think we're in a stable situation that will always be the subject of conversation there. There are as we wrap up. There are more new goal games when the conference you you're fighting pretty hard to to to get the best. If you only -ation. Are we getting to a breaking point with Bogin? Well, we're getting a point that's at least uncomfortable. So the fact we have five and seven teams that play in bowl games. That's not healthy. We think it's important for us to have our six sixteen the Vanderbilt Baylor game it's rating was actually was about our tenth gave to put it on a Saturday afternoon. That's there's there's interested ballgames. But when you're in in the mid forties and you've got eighty five to ninety team. It's going to be eighty four to ninety teams for even number and you're talking all ready because I just saw an article about these teams if they're five and seven based on their APR can play a bogus. That's not what the Boeing spirits is about. So we're going to access the best balls. We can work on that right now. That's the topic of conversation. Go to destined the finalize our next six-year lineup. Those are all great bowls. But the notion that we've got forty three forty four forty five bowl games as well. We're going to have to talk about it. A big picture. We will meet again in investing. You'll be a lot of. Were frenetic. On how much between gnaws nice actually visit with folks out here. Relax before I went on. So we'll let doing that's all we we always get your that your breath of fresh air. We will see Commissioner comes. Thanks for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast, Auburn coach Gus malzahn, 'cause we were joking during the break about some coaches playing a lot of golf. I I I know you playing Tournus I don't take a guy that I know you love golf after the British Open following JT. But I don't take you as a guy who's on the range, very often. No, no not much. You know, when I coach hostile football played a lot during summer, and this college football's kind of hurt my golf game. But there's a lot of these college guys that that looks like they practice a little bit, you know, especially as old miscast. Yeah. We we were joking. Hugh freeze your close friend was was a really good golfer. Matt Luca, I didn't realize that he he was sandbagged. But it's kind of an old adage that you don't want to be that good in golf because in your fans. Worry about you. Especially your fans, mental Auburn. I'm not seeing out of of course, not. No, they didn't got much to worry about. But it's good to be out of event. Like this. You know for such a great cause and get to play with professionals. And and all that. And this is always something I really look forward to do any fear. Let's talk about the the upcoming camp. Because you you have been pretty open about where the quarterback situation is. And I I think our our audience would be interested in how how you've come to the phase you're currently in. Yeah. Bonex Julie Gatewood those the two that really separate yourself about halfway through spring. You know, the thing about them is they're both very hungry both athletic. They got a really good arms. And you know, they're desperate to win the job. And so I'm really excited. This summer is going to be big for them. You know, earning their teammates the spec really looking out the fall camp that listen. There was a time when the idea of of a freshman quarterback was was was unheard of. So much has changed. Where are we right now football with these guys just come right in and most of them were I think I think the quarterbacks are probably the more paired, you know, with all the seven on seven everything that goes with it. And you know, Joe, Joey Gatewood, I think I started recruiting is in eighth grade. You know, we knew that he really had a chance. Bo Knicks the same way, I think he was an eighth grade. And so, you know, both those guys got really good coach in high school and really well prepared, you know, once they get to us, and you go through it every year, and this sometimes it's easy like last year. And sometimes it's it's it's complicated. But what are you looking for especially with a young player because there's a lot to deal with when you have an opener like like you do. Yeah. You know, you know, the good thing is we've got an experienced him. And I really feel like we have good leadership. And so, you know, hopefully, we'll be good enough around you know, early in the season. You're exactly right organs. Got a great team. And we play. Plays a really tough for six games. Also, you know, so we're going to have to grow up quick you expect to have a few growing pains. But like I said, I just hopefully we can be good enough around him to help them overcome. Those early growing pains militiamen seems like every time we talk we're talking in years past we're talking about a tough schedule two years ago. You. You're you played them at the end of the season that the teams played for the national championship like cleansing a couple of times when you look at that schedule. I mean, I know you got to you have to prepare. But you had how do you deal with everyone saying, this is the tough schedule. And and really I think it is a tough schedule. We've had in the ten years I've been all. But I do know that for sure, but in our basketball team really gave us a great example. I mean, you look at the grind they went through in the run they went through and as they were going through it. We talked our team said, hey, this exactly what we're going to have to go sit. And really it sounds simple. But it's take it one game at a time. You know, we have Oregon first game. And we got put Oliver energy in that. And then after that game, let's go to game too. And so it's really going to be as simple as that. But you know, the good thing is if you have a really tough schedule at the end if you're playing really good football. It usually helps you as far as the rankings everything that goes with that. I want to say you mentioned basketball. It was it was so cool to to watch Auburn what it did. But but you were there, and I think when when you when you are the face of the department in many respects, it brings a lot in the school to see you in the stands cheering where it was. It was so fun to be part of. And I'll tell you what I figured out. It's a lot harder to be a fan. Then is coach. All right. It was driving me crazy. But you know, it was really special. I got a chance to be at the Kentucky game and the regional fine on we lost our best player the game before and for us to win that game. I think BRUCE'S staff did one of the better coaching jobs ever seen in any sport. And then of course, you go the final four, and that's the first time. I've got the experienced anything like that. It had the while factor. You know, just the atmosphere and everything that goes with it, and and just to lose a game like that it was a heartbreaker, but the way that Bruce in his team handled herself. I mean, it says a lot about them and their character. And you know, we were nothing but proud of that much. That's such an important part of sports. I mean, you you've won couple of most epic games in finishes in college football history. You've lost games. At the end. I mean is that's something that you you think about and you have to be prepared. Yeah. Yeah. I think as a coach you got to be prepared for every situation. But you know, I think your toughest moments. That's when you're true character shows, it doesn't matter what sport or what coach and hall and family was so proud of Bruce and his team the way that they responded, and but like I said it's a lot tougher to be a fan. And it's really I've talked to a number of people who who were down not far from where you are. And I mean, those moments just hung and nobody knew over time. Now, I was celebrating. You know, we we thought we'd won the game in about ten seconds later. We figured out. Oh, no. It was a foul. Call this. You know after after it was over with. I think we just sat there for about fifteen minutes people ramming just like we were still in shock know, really tough moment. I remember gaming twenty thirteen we're at the end, we weren't sure. Who who had one? Whether it was tied. You you understand that feeling? Yeah. There's no doubt, you know, Heiser high and the lows are low, and when you're playing at a game like that that means so much, you know, that that that's touched you, I know as we wrap up coach it never ends for for head football coach. But I know you've gone you've done some interesting things in the summer. I remember you went to the British Open. I think he went to Israel went to Israel last last summer that was a great experience for me and Christie and very memorable. What you have have you figured out. Summer yet. Yeah. We we've got a mission trip. We're going to take twenty five hundred players on mission trip. Dominican Republic really looking forward to that. We've done that the last couple of years, and that's always a real special moment. Always great to see coach Gus malzahn. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. For listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.

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"The Paul finebaum show podcast is brought to you by capital. One capital. One is reimagining banking offering account with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes capital. One. What's in your wallet capital? One NA member FDIC. But pride passion and patron tree of college football lives here. This is the Paul finebaum show. Our three podcast. For your phone calls here at eight five five to four to seven to eight five. Jake is up next Francisco is the desktop go. Right ahead. Jake. All I wanted to get your take on the week. One matchup with all in Oregon, in my opinion, Oregon might be a little more fine tuned and skilled on offense. But I just think the physicality of Auburn, especially if Gatewood assorted will end up being too much. What do you think about that? Yeah. Listen, I mean as of today, we're still four months out. I I would agree with you. I don't trust the Pac twelve when they get out of the western time zone. So even though you can make a strong case for for Herbert. I think Auburn auburn's physicality on defense is is probably the difference in the game. Yeah. In see Gatewood starting or Bonex? Listen, I don't have any more insight than you do. I I am. I if I had to put five dollars down on probably go with Knicks. Really? I think I think nNcholas a lot more skilled. But I think Goss maybe some on the hot seat might go to comfort gay just knowing you can run him. That's about the way. That's a good argument. I I'm not sure I know. But hey, thank you very much for the call. And I'm just taking awhile guess like we all are been is up next in Tennessee. Ben, you're on the Air Guard ahead. They're poll other. Thank you miss. The great. Will I tried to get in before the Joe Namus interview day yesterday? I guess but. If ever you have another opportunity to have Jill on, I think it would be the greatest thing hooked in. You know, who loves Joe name so much to just ask him a question. And so I would I think that'd be the coolest thing I've ever heard for Millie to say, you know, listen, and it's a great suggestion. I didn't think Friday was the time to do it with his book out. I know Joe moderately well, and it's something that I will run by Joe and knowing Joe, I don't have any doubts that he will do it. He would probably find it to be pretty flattering at this point. And I would I would really like I would have probably lost my job over it. I I really wanted to go Howard Stern with Joe and go back to one thousand nine hundred sixty eight sixty nine and just go through the the little little black book and get a report on all of his friends in New York, but I didn't have nerve to do that. But maybe one day. Well, one thing about. I I went to Alabama in nineteen sixty six and there was some. Girls in sororities that were older than I. And and they they had Joe's phone number. I was sitting around they would call Joe name. They had his number. They loved him. Like like, he was king. It was so funny. He was showing. There's true. Thank you. Thank you. We talked about a little bit. And he he was he was pretty funny. What he said if you haven't heard the interview. But Joe, by the way, when he was here was very open. I mean, he he peeled it back pretty pretty deep about his drinking. And and how he nearly lost his wife with alcoholism. And how he hasn't had a drink since probably I think fourteen years, let's continue met is in San Antonio. Hello map. And I'm home. Sorry. Hang on the phone with you fall for you took my call had to go to work and do all about that. All right. Glad you're on on how about Simpson Texas day in because everything Paul I kind of some of the color, but I gotta get crazy. Clemson they've been abandoned last two or three years in you. Gotta do credit question. They're pretty good football team. And as they beat us less. You're on the case the game came down to the wire knows it pretty game. But the one thing I kind of kind of don't like about Clinton is they really play soft scheduling the and he played the Tucker, scheduling ACC. And I'm not trying to bash Clint, so they're good football team. But as you say schedule Clinton is play the soft schedule to me. And I wanted to talk to you about this has going to see respecting football. How do you? We're gonna do this year in are you going to be at the game? This year though of Emma game. Paul Terry love to meet you Jim at listen right now, I do not know where I'm going to be any week. So I I hope to know. So just asking because I'm gonna be at the game with my friends and family. Yeah. Well, I tell you what it is my fervent hope to be out there. And if I am I guarantee you we'll meet. Guess I'm policy all certainly let you know. We have a couple of months, but our schedule our schedules are coming together here over the next two or three weeks or months, and when I know Matt you will be the first to know. Thank you look forward to seeing you out there. Great to have you on. Stan is in Arkansas, you're next. Go right ahead. Stan. Thank you. Okay. Nice job predicted the baseball team in another school to make it to the final right and Arkansas own. Fortunately, we missed a foul ball in those. Sure. Anti and this year, you know, you know, everybody was kind of loan the whole outside the top twenty. And I couldn't believe that. Now. We're right fourth in the country. And and we're leading SEC and home runs on leaving them just about every category. You know, I predict this year Paul if you want to go along with me predicting Arkansas to win the national championship, and you can predict way if you don't in. And if we knew win, you, you know, listen, I I tell you what staying up you. You gotta deal. I I'm gonna go ahead and predicted to I I see a similar situation here. Even though it's not identical to what happened with Virginia Virginia that terrible ending last year. They wanted and basketball. I think if there's ever a program that is due to get something back that it really should have had last year. It is it's the Arkansas baseball team. So I'm in with you. You gotta deal. Oh, you and women. They're gonna win of Tempe. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna lay down right here with you. Freak it pollen things taking my call. Thank you very much too. Great to have you on Vincent is in Nashville next up. Hey, vincent. Then be on your show. But it's my second time just got taller in you. So thank you. I want to get back to the United. I call of allow or Connor by you know, much difference seen ACC conference. Well, I'm gonna answered that more at in redder seizes after all they see they see gains play taking see how many SEC teams are going to bowl games to pair to the ACC. That's his answer to that. I my thing is the all the oftentimes I love, and and I like to coach the have there. But I think that what all the fans and all the base people is wanting to say or even here, I think he's going to have to do is just check ship game in order to on in the head coach all because I just don't see. This season having eight win season. I think they'll reach out there. I look seeing I looked on six or seven wins. But I if he gets Eytan is this year, and and you're still you're still coaching. I think by next year, they're going to be science even have to get us in the SEC temps Joe game in order to stay here. Stay filtering them. Vincent. Thank you very much. Great to have you on. Let's continue and Bennett is in Tampa. And then you're on the air. Go right ahead. I I was just contact your opinion on the possibility of Tennessee's basketball team having more success this year and wondering how much is contingent upon grant Williams coming back going to the NBA. Yeah. I think that's pretty obvious. They need him badly. And I don't know what where he is right now in his process or other than getting information, but without him. I would be hard pressed to predict more success next year. All right. Well, thank you very much. Thank you. Great to have you on. We're up against the break. A couple of more guests to come including Matt Luke, the university of Mississippi had football coach your phone calls continue here at five to four to seven to eight five. But pride passion, then patron tree of college. Football leaves here is the Paul finebaum show our three podcast while the back. We had a week ago. Justin Thomas, the golfer from Alabama was on the program. He wanted the PGA two years ago. He talked about a wrist injury that he was trying to work through. We'll apparently he has not been successful in that. It was just announced that he has withdrawn from the PGA up in Long Island. So he he will not be in the field this week. It begins Thursday morning. New york. Let's get back to the calls and Charles is up next in North Carolina. Hello, charles. Hey, paul. How you doing quite? Well, thank you. Glad to get better. We'll get through love your show. Thank you very much. Thank the guys do a great job backing up and the production area. But just wanted to add to spend too. This SEC versus ACC about the physical nature of the two conferences. I think a better way to tally that would be the look at the number of players are selected for mates school and h conference by the NFL and that go onto play actually playing in. And if you really won't make the numbers, I think look, one-sided takeout Alabama from the SEC, and then take out clamps from from the s Maine, the ACC, and I think you'll see how how many more players the SEC pump into the NFL, then the ACC that's a good way. That's a good way of doing it. You know, I think I think it's pretty obvious. Thank you for the call. Charles a good point. Let's say North Carolina Stephen is up next. Good afternoon. Stephen. How are you doing quite? Well, thank you. Good. First time caller actually wanted to talk a little bit about this. Princeton ACC in SEC. I've been a huge fan of Clemson my whole life. But I I wanna talk about the six AM caller. I don't understand his point in, you know, Clinton having an easier. Schedule verses text saying 'em when we played them in week two. And we both had a cupcake game the game before exactly I don't even understand what what his grouches the second. You know with the Georgia fans. You know, the issue of Georgia hasn't been there. Crazy schedule the last couple of years, it's been the coaching and development in terms of recruiting classes, they're recruiting classes have been better than Clinton's almost every single year in the past four years, maybe better every single year. Their problem has an execution in coaching in big games. The other one would be the physician that's supposed important in quarterback. And they haven't closed on the Georgia product than they should have that comes in has into Shawn Watson and Trevor long. Well said and thank you very very much for the call. John is up next in Birmingham. Hello, john. Hey, all quite well. Thank you. A lot of talk about Basie SEC scheduling today actually wanted to do a little bit of research. And it looked myself. I'm a Miami hurricanes fan. So I might sound a tad that biased. But I live in the country, of course. But ACC teams have more games altogether in total than any power five competition. Any other league more games gets non conference teams ranked in the final eight people last year than any other power five conference. I mean granted with Florida LSU, Georgia, Alabama and Auburn at times that this mother squatted gauntlet, but the things like the ACC a really good job of out of stuggling more. So than does I would leave now to their some of openers some of those games arguments that competition, but I don't think that maybe they're getting rid the desert. Yeah. Listen, I I think they're they're all fair points and not to keep coming back to the same answer. But. But I think the argument from some isn't so much the non conference games because I I think most years Alabama, Georgia co Clemson, I mean, most of them are playing really good team, South Carolina has Clemson every year hard to get any better than that. It's really what happens between late November late September and the championship game of the conference. And that's why and that's why some believe that the Clemson has an easier path. It's an opinion. It's not fact. Thank you for the call, John. Appreciate it. Red dog is up next hour you read dog. If we are doing great. Thank you for calling. Red dog not as good as I thought he was bread is up next in Missouri. Hello, brad. Go right ahead. Hey, how's it going to call? We're doing. Well. Thank you. I was gonna ask you from Arkansas having that tuned since season they had last year but still having the number seventeen or treating class on the country. How do you think that's the sector? Stop record this year. Listen, I think they're in a position to make a lot of progress. And I'm not gonna use a cliches that you've already heard like it can't get much worse. But it really can't everything I sense from Chad Mars, I it's positive now. It's a matter of turning some of those Twitter games around and. You have to start with the non conference slate. And I think Arkansas was hurt badly last year by letting a couple of those drop, and it really stems from the whatever momentum they had and they never seem to really get going. I and then homework question, obviously from spring game that you saw that trae knocks at impact how do you think that impacts going to take on the season? Listen, a it's hard to get to deepen the weeds on his spring game. And tell you anything definitively other than what coaches are saying and the coaches out there, including coach Mars we've had him on the program or really upbeat. And I know that sounds like a line. But, but I I would say we're going to see some dramatic improvement next year from the Razorbacks. Thank you for the call. Great to have you on Jerry is up next teller, Jerry, Paul. How are you? We are. Well, thank you. Reading some beautiful gonna until. Tag. Most boring color, by the way, if that nothing controversial the only opinion thing, I have is the. Have era parent thing, and I really probably need to qualify that with because I don't know what's going to happen or when it's going to happen. I just wish it happens. That's okay. Sure. For me to say that. But anyway, oh, gosh. I'm coming out of the public, cedar. I got an open car. Take your time. Brothers a great store to be careful. Yeah. I'm fine. Pay just a quick heir-apparent thing to watch him. I little story. Yeah. We all know that Devo is born raise with school play football. All the connections. If you ever heard the stories of the same that man's been half of their life first half their lives trying to get away from home and the second half of their life trying to get back home. I've never heard it put that way. But but I think I can attest that there is a level of accuracy to that. I can guarantee you I've experienced it. But anyway. Hold on. I'm getting my scar. Ooh. Hey, take your time. We got nowhere to go today. Well, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Most of your listeners probably won't know this unless they're old Alabama fans, but who are what? And I know, you know, this who are what is the old gray lady. Well, it'd be legion field that would be legion field. And if my facts correct they've been around that field has been around since nineteen. I don't know twenty six twenty seven good looks and some effect. Is that correct? You're you're pretty close whether your precise or not I've I've been there many times I have to and that's part of my story. Do you? Remember the last I lo- that was played at legion field. I believe it was nineteen ninety to ninety four or six eight. Let me time going through my mind. It may have been ninety it was late nineties. How about that? It was really news nineteen and according to my facts, I could be wrong. But anyway, I, you know, hey, I respect your. I can't remember I know that the I I mean, I do know the first game in Auburn was eighty nine. And they played in Birmingham. I know in ninety ninety ninety two I believe they were there in ninety four. I'm doing this on memory. I believe there were ninety six now. Hold on here. I'm I'm giving you a confusing answer here. L of Alabama continued to play it for for a while. Auburn did not go. So I'm trying to remember the last year, I think Alabama stopped playing in the late nineties. That's my best. Guess it's been a long time. I think you're right. But the last time I think was nineteen Ninety-one. But here's my boring story about leasing feel. Okay. And the best ribs that I have ever had in my life. Back in those days sixties and seventies. You had to park about six or seven blocks away from legion field. Okay. And it was usually in somebody's yard exactly and small yard one or two 'cause could get in there, and with all due respect to my African American friends vernacular of the day was that was the colored folks neighborhood. You had to walk six or seven blocks. Well ahead my girlfriend with me we will walking toward leasing field and about two blocks away from leading feel my girlfriend said I gotta go to the bathroom. Say well, we've got two more bucks ago. She said, I can't wait. Well, the Knicks yard that came up. There was this ole black gentlemen in the front yard smoking. Barbecued ribs. And I walked up to him. And I said you mind, if my girlfriend goes to the bathroom, and he said, no plug them. He went and got his wife, she came out on the front porch. She took her in well while she was inside going to the bathroom. I started talking to the old black Joma and he was smoking ribs. And I'm telling you it wasn't own some fancy barbecue grill. It was like a homemade job with a tub washed a barrel or whatever right anyway or about two ribs. And we ate them on the way to the field. And they were the best ribs that I've ever had in my life from that day to this day forward. And if I'd had the presence of mind, I would've asked him. How did you make these ribs? Anyway, Benson bagels. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for for that the the whole country. Thank you for that as well. We'll take a break. Spencer hall will. I wonder if he's ever had those rips. But pride passion, then patron Torri of college football leaves here. The the Paul finebaum show our three podcast. You know, it's nearly time for the college football season. We're not there yet. But we're we're now under two months before media days. So why not get Spencer hall onto give us all something to smile about Spencer? It's been way too long. What are you doing? Oh, nothing like nothing. I mean, what do you what do you do in the off season? I don't do anything. Yeah. Same. I mean, I've been I've been watching streaming television. That's a good way to prepare for football. I've been watching billions, which is about people who, you know, earn money that might not be there's no people who try to catch them do it. So that seems pretty college football relevant, right? Well, coach football. They always say college football is a year round sport. But I I don't know about you. But it seems like the NFL lasting forever. And the NBA never ending in game of thrones. Sucking all the oxygen out of society. College football has not been as prominent lately has it. No, that's fine. It could what it's going to. It's going to come back. It's not like people in Alabama have gotten any saner. Right. I it's not like it's not like people in Georgia are going to actually, you know, get any closer than one second to a championship things. Stay true in college football. Just stay true, Paul. So I'm not sweating it. Right. The king stays the king. It will come back. Right. We've we've been at this a long time. It's not as if anything has really changed. I is is it this narrative, which some don't want to discuss that you have Alabama which is the only SEC team to have won a championship. Now. What's? Since two thousand and ten and then you have this little oh, Clemson to seems to be beating up on the big boys. I mean, something has to give doesn't it. I don't think so for a while dynamic can continue for quite a while. Because especially if you look at the way, Clemson does it, you know, they are they're designed to compete with Alabama. And they're designed to pick a everything this week with Alabama, right, which isn't much you don't get much, right? Like he had to put money on a national title contender. Right now, it ala Bama, you know, why they didn't win last year. Right. Sits the you're pretty much in every other year as this point. Right. Clemson Clemson attacks Obama at the corners. They try to get you know, dominant wide receivers and they try to get really great quarterback play. And maybe run the ball little bit. And then. Oh, yeah. By the way, helps to have the defense that had three NFL draft picks in the first round. That's one thing when people go. Oh, man. Like, let's up again. Just no they lost too much talent. I don't care. How much talent Clemson has first of all Clemson doesn't have as much talent as Alabama by the number. Okay. That doesn't mean they don't develop them a little bit better. They don't put them in better position. But but if you have to start Alabama's got a deeper roster. Okay. It just happens that when it came to pressure points when it came to experience on defense Winston had the advantage last year. But that was last year. What's the biggest story of the off season? And that's Nick Sabin tip surgery. I know you've you've been watching this very closely is he the Biannic man because I mean, he was back at work in two days until proven otherwise. Yes, there's no I I've seen very little to indicate but Nick Sabin is entirely human. And now. I know now look at it this way. Okay. Play play this game with me. Right. I absolutely after the surgery is Nick Sabin now more machine than he was before. Yeah. Literally, right. Like a hip replacement is slowly going to replace this faulty Cuban part, keep the brain alive and coach Alabama for the next five hundred hundred years found interesting, and I feel like I mean there there are others now. But I I was the first to claim to be the world's leading sabre Nala. Just I've I've finding Nick Sabin now he's doing Nick Sabin jokes in the third party. I mean, he's he's he's making fun of himself for working so hard. He's he's he even told us last week in Alabama, Alabama. We were they're interviewing him that that that because of him. He is totally destroyed the protocol for hip surgery. I mean is this a new Nick Saban? No, no. This is covered. Okay. He's probably working more than he's ever worked before. Because remember they lost their last game. No, they'd I don't remember that Spencer. Yeah. No. No. No. That's yeah. Nick wants you to think that he wants you to think it's easy go he want you to think that he's you know, he's meddling with h this is a play fake and need to recognize it. Right. It's probably the best fake mixed called in a while. If if you can remember what happened in the national title game with the fake. Yeah. That's this is cover. There's no there's no way that he's actually more relaxed or telling jokes. This is just the machine daft the right? I felt for by the way. Yeah. That's okay. That's that's why I'm here. Right. I'm here to be. I'm here to be paranoid. So I don't have to do any research and homework during the downtime over the next six to eight weeks. Tell me what I need to know. By the time. We get to media days is everything back to normal again for Alabama. I presume that we're going to get one good. We're going to get one really positive Nick Sabin press conference, right. Because of hind the scenes it's probably care firing back there, especially because he's replacing nearly everybody on the coaching staff. Right. I have presumed that you get one good. Dan, Mullen, taunt because Dan Mullen, seems to be a picking up that mantle that was abandoned by Steve Spurrier and others in terms of needling the opposition. I think you get you probably get I think testing questions for for those you're on because the this is when the the sort of Cinderella story of EPO. Sharon becomes the. Oh, wow. He's he's actually our long-term coach. And we need to see something that we need to see results that are different than you know, we saw with less miles because you know, so far. Hey, hey, he's doing pretty well there dented three last year. Guess what? What less went into three? And and you know, he didn't end up being Obama a whole lot either. So I I think that's the year when you start to see things sort of get very real in year for LSU. Let's let's go back to what you said about Florida. Dan Mullen, making a lot of noise. And then it seems like it may have bit him a little bit with some player issues. How are you handicapping the Molen versus Kirby smart tended to it's so far? It's advantage. Turvy smart. And that's just if you point the recruiting side because for all of the noise Georgia's still dominating in recruiting both this year and the class and extra Florida's still behind. There is this is not unusual in the rivalry. This is pretty common in terms of recruiting development throughout the Spurrier. And sometimes even the Meyer air, However, I don't think you're going to see anything really sort of change on the field. Yet Florida's you know at least year to behind in recruiting. And that is that that's fine. The way by itself that doesn't assume what Georgia will probably do which has continued to recruit the daylights out of their home state and select other prospects and neighboring territories. If for whatever reason if I decide to skip the season just checked this year the championship games on January thirteenth very much later than than this year. The season starts earlier with Miami. So we have the longest football college football season ever if on the morning of January fourteenth Spencer, if I decided to maybe take a quick trip to Mars or someplace else. What's the headline going to be who's going to be leading who's going to be owning the world of college football? I'm not very creative. When it comes to this. Because I've been bitten by experience too much. I've made some of the worst national title predictions preseason of anybody in this fashion or out of this profession for that matter. I'll take all comers when it comes to that prediction. So I'm sorta through with that. I think that Alabama Windsor national title because they didn't win last year. Okay. That's been the pattern under Nick Sabin. So I'm into safe-money here. This is on. I think you've made the right bet whether your track record see, you know, my my strategy. I've been I've been for about twelve years. I've been picking Alabama every year and have a really good record. Yeah. No, listen. You're like literally batting five hundred. Yeah. Right. That's and if and if you can do that, you know, you'd probably get keep a house, so well, not totally. I lost the house last year when I better I doubled doubled down on Obama against Clemson. And that's why I'm outside your door right now, hoping he'll invite me on come on. We're going to tell this out and make it back. Okay. Okay. Spencer hall. Thanks up. Robin by always great to catch up with Spencer from the founder of everyday should be Saturday and too bad today isn't Saturday, but it is Monday. We're coming right back more of your phone calls and that Luke later in the show more to come right here. The pride passion, then pageantry of college football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show our three podcast or the back. I really bide. You're here in Eugene in Georgia is calling. How are you, gene? Good. Find on joining the show today. Paul got to three things I'd like to win by you. You know, as far as the if you see ACC robbery is concerned. I can remember we Georgia Tech was in the SEC. And I can remember when they wanted to get back into the SEC after having left before the NCWA slept recruiting restrictions on the home of the teams that they thought they didn't get around back going independent. And I remember touch duty Georgia wanted to to welcome Georgia take back into the FCC. And then there were some resistance must be among the teams that are now in the SEC west to that idea. And and take them ended up going to the ACC. And since that time the ACC has expanded and take. A bunch of teams. It's a better league. Now believe and it was then the ACC, but if you talk to the fans of the Georgia Tech program, maybe I'm David when I say this, and maybe I don't talk to his younger Georgia take fans that do fans made. But they still seem to wish they were in the SEC, and they will tell me that there's no comparison between the two leagues and where basketball jobs the bus as it does in the ACC. You will never have the the powerful conference unity introdution, if the SEC displays I believe that's true. I'd like to have your comments, and that also the ACC is widespread now all up and down the Atlantic coast. You have the northeastern teams that were not in the ACC for many years. I just feel that the SEC is the more traditionally the tighter Lii in the better leak. But yeah, I totally agree with you on that. There is something I it's a fairly new phenomenon with the SEC. Cheering for one another. I don't hear that. In too many other leagues I've seen some data on where it really began. But it caught on I think with the the football dominance. And listen, I this is a league I've been in my entire life. I follow other leagues. And I think living where I do. Now. I'm I've got a pretty good view of the ACC. And I'm not here to knock it. But it doesn't compare. You're right. You're you're right. Bog cre- with you? As surely do Paul. I wanted to run one thing by there. Let's see other callers co or speak. But I wanted to say I just heard the Doris day. Is that today? Yes. That is correct. So sorry to hear that, you know, this wonderful scene. I think you'll appreciate this memory of mine. She made a movie with Danny town earlier in her career, which you it was a tribute to calm the great songwriter on. And there's a scene where Danny Thomas is coaching her. She's a young onto new in great singer, of course, and she's going through a song little too fast, and he slows her down Quincy's playing the band leader. And by the great congress Gascon, and he says, I want you to sing this with a little bit more feeling because you were teaching. Everyone out to listens has a saying. I love you tweet. It's such a beautiful moving sane and catches up. It's your office in the scene that she's not just making a living in the paycheck. She really is. Ideally, we have to run your thank you so much Eugene another hour to go. Stick around.

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How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL

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06:14 min | 1 year ago

How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL

"Richard pod is sponsored by T. Rowe price. Are you looking to learn a thing or two about getting your finances in order saving and investing? Check out the confident wallet a personal finance podcast series by T. Rowe price and the Washington Post brand studio find it wherever you get your podcasts. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered. Fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the Super Bowl. New york. Jets quarterback. Joe Nemeth known then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami hotel in a turquoise Cadillac. Nemeth known to sometime show up at games still drunk from the previous evening's activities was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr. Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak name is said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway. Joe tipsy free willing amorous. And so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later. The jets will win Sunday and said, 'i Garin teeth. I think the poet colts could win by a large score today. So I'm going to say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I pick New York to win forty one thirty one. Namus prediction wasn't just talking. It was insane. You really think New York on the called the? He's in Ponant. The Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites. Namus knees were beat up the colts have the second. Most potent offense in football in the best defense some were predicting a blowout yours. They said. Said that it couldn't be done, but it has been near at the third Super Bowl. Gets one sixteen to seventy though Nemeth was named most valuable player because performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But Kriegel wrote to moment itself took nemo's fame and pro football's popularity to a different planet in Fame's pecking order Nemeth, suddenly outrank Sinatra the biographer wrote actually at that moment he outright just about. Everybody who wasn't a beetle. Attendance around the NFL sword. So did TV viewership particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The league made sure that Nemeth and the jets played in that inaugural game. He's going be. Joe name George Sauer for the touchdown. Everyone wanted a piece of meat especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of click bait legendary columnist Jimmy breslin Rhody famous story about Nemeth for New York magazine, titled Nemeth all night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw Ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the old bayside course, in queens preson wrote in one shot he swallowed the mixing glass, ice chunks and everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down and said give me another one of these things kid. The place went nuts. It is the same thing. When you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for a while. Not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business deals fading playing ability in then, of course, fading fame. Drinking was the biggest problem Nemeth was an alcoholic. He settled down in nineteen Eighty-four marrying, Deborah Mays woman. He met at a voice class with her insistence Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later. But after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporters Suzy kolber, he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. Now in the team is struggling over the kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throughout googling. Namus apologized and entered rehab. Nemeth is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand just how much it changed his life in sports forever. I think about it. Now, he recently told the new York Daily News. But at the time, I didn't understand what was taking place that was beyond. What I was thinking about all I was thinking about was playing in the biggest game of our lives. I'm Mike Rosen Rosenthal. Thanks for listening for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pot.

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Hour 3: 5/10/19

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Hour 3: 5/10/19

"The Paul finebaum show podcast is brought to you by capital. One capital. One is reimagining banking offering account with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes capital. One. What's in your wallet capital? One NA member FDIC. Cried passion than pageantry of college. Football leaves here. The is the Paul finebaum show. Our three podcast. One program. We've had on a Friday afternoon the weekend has dawned in if you just got onboard man, we're sorry to hear that. But you can always recap show later we had Nick Sabin on to start the program. Joe nemeth? We're just had Kirby smart. Our next guest comes from Alabama during our visit the other day. It was the Commissioner of the southeastern conference, Greg. Thank you. We're back here at the regions tradition. Joined by the Commissioner of the southeastern conference, usually we talked to you on the beach. Well, we will get really three weeks away. But the the weather who feels like the beach at does it's bright. It's at the beach. I walk out of being, you know, tell room into the sun, so bright. I can't see. No, it was great. I I wanna talk to you about meeting with the last week and then about to see everyone. But I've watched you you you talked about half the coaches nasty today. We'll give Kirby credit I've never seen a quicker exit. So I missed him. But anybody that was here is to chance to catch up. In fact, they're looking forward to their meetings forward because they all said, hey, what are we gonna talk about which not to preempt your meetings? But we have a Ray Tanner on yesterday. He said he'd just got back from somewhere in Florida, or John I know that these are important meetings with the ideas, and I'm not asking you to you had enough people upstage your schedules and other things, but what can we look forward to weeks from now? But to that point I opened the meeting we meet. Every year in early may. And this has been in the Jacksonville area. But our thanks director's meeting in the spring are pretty intentional. So we added of January late January meeting where he spent two days only all football issues. And I said at media day last year that we go through the over football scheduling philosophy and I saw rain into comments about that. That's just normal business worse for doing the right thing. Why are we doing what we do ten questions? You asked me. But maybe I'm more interesting behind closed doors and then in March it basketball and early man than destined. So we talked about football. We've talked about the volunteer coach issue in baseball and softball, and it's drawing a lot of attention, and our views there, we talked about basketball success in in trying to understand on the men's side. How much of it has to do with scheduling philosophy a little bit. How much of it is coaches who are really good the improvements that we've made the commitment made in -ficiating. We've talked a lot about. On those areas of deficient across the board, which it's like. Charlie Brown's teacher talking to try to explain those issues. So I mean, there's there's some quick hits. Healthy conversation about where we had with the media the success of the network, but we're looking five years ahead of CBS agreement that that concludes hoot CVS said publicly they want to extend we hired some media visors offer. Evolution media, creative artists. Just to talk about what's the what's the atmosphere around television digital media. Where does that what does that look like in the future? You can imagine. That's a wink the conversation that doesn't translate into a segment on the five bucks. No big is pretty fascinating stuff. Yup. And I think we'll will get plenty of attention beer everywhere else. The schedule has been a big topic. And you you feel going into Destin that has calmed or they're still from. I think we've I've tried to be open with my view are really argues. Right. My vote is not like fifteen votes. There are fourteen votes over institutions. I have the opportunity to set an agenda and talk through things. What's never been in the background is how or why or 'justifications evaluate? Why works and we'll talk about trends and football scheduling perhaps being opened. Those are always conversations. Take place has helped, you know, part of what happened in last year was a lot of talk, and it's gonna it's gonna happen again. Well, we play nine games and it's not fair for for playoff evaluation yet. I'll be happy to talk about why others made their nine game decision generally around the start of media contracts or playing their own championship game. We all knew that we could have different scheduling approaches where the playoffs started. And. I think our scheduled me approach may be a small part of our success. But again in football basketball, Scillies interest, support coaches, the type of people are attracted to play college. That has big we have with you a couple of months ago in Santa Clara, just come from a fairly lengthy meeting with the I know that you guys were just out in Arizona. Is there any new direction in terms of expansion, or is it still the same place? It was not from my perspective. I I saw some reports earlier this week that a source inside the room, and I can assure you that source has never been me won't be yet. I think it's appropriate to say from my perspective. Really from our perspective, the fourteen playoff is work. Well, and continue work. Well, but part of our responsibility is to continuously evaluate at doesn't mean that there's. Chains. Mark keenum, Mississippi State, president shares the board of managers that's presidential leadership group. Niece said in January, we're gonna go through this review. But it's way way premature to even speculate about the change in the format because the formats worked well, the viewership around our other bowl games was essentially at or above our CBS game of the week ratings. When you look at for instance, text Santa North Carolina State. I think if you had placed that game that rating on a Saturday afternoon. It was our fifth highest it would have been our fifth highest rated regular season game on. So there's a lot of interest in what we do in bowl games and postseason. That's a part of the conversation as the regular season conference championship games. All that to say, I think we're in a stable situation. That will always be the subject of version. There are as we wrap up. There are more new goal games. I know when the conference you you're fighting pretty hard to to to get the best affiliation. Are we getting to a breaking point with bogeys while we're getting a point that's at least on comfortable? So the fact we have five and seven teams playing ball games. That's not healthy. We think it's important for us to have our six sixteen th the Vanderbilt Baylor game it's rating was actually gonna about our tenth gave to put it on a Saturday afternoon. That's there's there's interested ballgames. But when you're in in the mid forties, and you got eighty five to ninety teams it's got to be eighty four to ninety teams for even number and you're talking already because I just saw an article about these teams if they're five and seven based on their APR can play board games. That's not what the bull experience is about. So we're going to access the best balls. We can we're working on that right now. That's a topic of conversation. We go to destined the finalize our next six-year lineup. Those are all great bowls. But the notion that we've got forty three forty four forty five bowl games as well. We're gonna have to talk about in. Big-picture we will meet again in investing. You'll be up to clerk were frenetic in your view. How much retaining gnaws nice to actually visit with folks out here. Relax before I went on. So let doing that's all. We we always get your that your one breath of fresh air. We will see their commission. Thanks. Great conversation. There was the Commissioner. We'll talk again in Destin in three weeks with head to the break right now. More of your phone calls. More guest to come to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We welcome. You back. What a show it's been. We started off with Nick Saban. And then went to Joe Namus, and we're still we're still trucking Kirby smart lawn as well. Number of other guests. I apologize for being very tardy on the phone calls, but we have just been overwhelmed bringing back so many interviews from the golf tournament. The other day CB is in Tuscaloosa, and you are next. How you today, sir? I tell you these interviews are a near the top with some years, aren't they Paul? I thought the saving Nemeth one two punch was as good a beginning to the show. We've ever had it's up Keiko. We watch lost a lot. I know what's going back. But I want to say something about Nemeth if I could Paul absolutely anyway, somebody Oreta was come out next mission game. Religion feel Joel night with the plan. Boston patriots blade rather to me, and my brother and my cousins, gang and some cat run out and Millfield got football. They made a bad mistake, buddy. He got hit member where they got that football back, but a Broadway. Joey throwing that ball that bomb beds. Like, it's falling off the table. That's great all the greatest time wherever hey, don't you? There was a time. My dad would take me to we would get an exhibition game every year. I mean that was a big deal, but not now nobody wants to get caught near a preseason game because they are mostly a colossal waste of time. Greg is up next, Greg? Thanks for the call good afternoon. Good afternoon. Paul thanks for taking my call. I thought the Joel Namus interview was really a compelling when he talked about the what it took to finally get him to realize he had a problem in start turning his life around. And it's amazing. When you hear people do that any walk of life because oftentimes what we hear in a lot of people is the opposite. They never get to that point. And then they die at earlier age, and we miss out on their contributions life and their families, miss them. And I just thought it was nice that Joe was able to get help and continue on to be able to tell his story because. Would have been a different story twenty years ago. If he tried to write that book, then yeah, no, listen, I've been around Joe quasi times lately. Not this your today. But in in in the last few years, and it's it's fascinating to see him. Because he's he's still to me Greg the same guy that he was back then but to listen to him today bear, his soul and do it willingly. He did that to help people. I think I believe he has a new purpose to try to. And he didn't he didn't. He doesn't need the money. Didn't did do this book for the fame. I think he did it to let people know that even even Joe Namus fell down as far as anyone can go. Yeah. And I I agree. And I remember watching that broadcast when that incident with Suzy kolber, and it was just kind of surreal at the moment. And then to realize what was going on and. There. There was a documentary about him at come out somewhere around that same time. And in a realize that you know, whatever he was wrestling with he still hadn't been able to conquer it. And it's a day to day struggle that he acknowledged today that he has to live with. But now he's got help and support and he's on upward trajectory. And I just think it's inspirational when you know, people of anyone can tell their story and live to tell it. Thank you. Greg ready to appreciate it. Why Nita is up next one eight a good afternoon? Welcome to our sheriff cry. Good acne into you. I won't kill this been best poker? Mccue fe. Thank enjoyed hearing from coach saving and Joe Namus wonder if mealy was released in a hoax. I I hope so too. But it was good and I'm Albina fan and stay in roll tide. Bevy paul. Thank you so much nicer to call Mike enjoy. Joe you're on the Air Guard ahead, Mike. Okay. Paul. I was just wondering since I hadn't seen you show in a couple of days. Would you go on? What did you think about that situation then in Gainesville wear their top recruit from last year? The cornerback has entered the transfer portal before he didn't play the game. I think it's a terrible look Mike for the school. And and I'm not saying it's going to derail. Kirk small, and I don't think it will. But I I think it certainly has quieted the gator nation down after a lot of shopping. Yeah. Just a real bizarre situation. I mean because I saw were Mullen flew all the way to California with his wife to apologize to the family and things like that. This could have been headed off at the pass agree. It's a it's a terrible. And I don't think we know all of it yet. But from what I've read and I've read quite a bit terrible mistakes were made and. And you just have to hope that it doesn't have a trickle down effect. Right. Right. Well, I'm a dog fan. But I still don't wish any, but I I wanted to get her to be strong. I want the hill SE CB strong. So anyway, I said I just wanted to get your input. Maybe you'd heard something. I hadn't heard not a lot more. But hey, thanks for the call. Do. Appreciate it. Great to have you on John and Fort Worth you're next. Good afternoon. John will continue how about Michael in Florida. Michael good afternoon to you. How are you? Hey, paul. Hi quick. Couple questions. You're going to have some competition in August with the ACC network, by the way, stands for America's championship conference. And was wondering if you know have an idea who your counterpart might be coming from that network or who's the mouthpiece would be or who would be good. And then I just wanna quickly state before you answer that another quick thing is that tonight. There's going to be an announcement from a five star guard and he's choosing either Kentucky or my team Virginia Cavaliers in basketball. But go ahead with the other question about the by the way, I was big. I was big Virginia fan this year. I was really excited to see them win a huge fan of Tony. And what what a story that was as far as what they're planning. The only thing they have announced so far, and you probably know this were ESPN will will own operate with. With the league both both this network, and that network the only thing they have announced his a morning show with west Durham and Mark Packer. I don't know if they're going to do anything beyond that. I believe it's in the morning. I think that's what you guys heard. So that that's my extent of the ACC network announcements. I also work. I think they heard Mark richt too. Yeah. They did. It'd be an analyst. So that's all I know about America's what was the name of that conference again championship conference, baby. We'll see you guys later. Okay. Listen, they won basketball. They won football. Wouldn't you? Br I mean with the let me I'll say this quietly with the SEC Braga fitted one both. They're bragging and they didn't. Let's go to Lexington next gerrad head. Hey up. All we're doing great. Thank you. I thought you a couple of years ago. I went to UT we're talking about the weird classrooms had the one in the hill. Oh, yeah. Sure. Well, back in nineteen seventy six as a junior in high school. And I lied about my age told him I was nineteen and got a job valley parking. It a Joe Namus restaurant down in Fort Lauderdale. And one lucky night the boss came by. And we ended up system. So it was my turn to take who ever come up next. And there was a green and white Cadillac coupe DeVille convertible with a tall handsome, looking guy with the blonde and a brunette. And you know, who that was I'm sure then he pulls up opened up the door. He says, hi. Reasons. My palm with a Bill, which I didn't know what it was at the time. And I said where you want me to park and circus we used to park everybody special into bat pieces just pulled up by the office, which is in the front, which is thirty feet away. Pull the car up. He goes on inside. I turn around and put it in my back pocket. Pull the Bill out and give me ten dollars, which you're about my age, Paul ten dollars nine hundred seventy six what about one hundred dollars today? Yeah. Maybe more. So anyways, I come back. Everybody's order was a lot to me back then. Yeah. Everybody's like go to be good. And I'm like, no. Because the biggest hip got at the time it was like five dollars. But I mean, I worked there six months, I met James Brown. Ray charles. Oh, my stylistic pretty prints before he died. How green I can go on how green man. Yeah. Right before he got burnt in the bathtub, but Joe name the most down to earth person ever met in that interview. Prut right there. Yeah. I really if listen people do use your time. However, you one, but it was if you have chance to go back and listen to it. I it was I've interviewed Joe many times. I've never heard him quite quite like he was earlier today on the show. I mean, he he he just cut the veins and bled for everyone to see him. Yeah. No. It was amazing. And I got one little caveat before you go general year later, they closed down. But a year later, I'm I'm living down on the beach at Fort Lauderdale. I'm at a seven eleven pulling the parking lot. And I see the car again. I'm like you. Gotta be kidding. I go inside. Now, he's with a red head and the blonde he's carrying now. Totally is he's carrying like ten yogurts under his chin. I walked by him. And I go, hey, Joe. And he turns around and he looks at me. And he goes how you doing you still parking cars, and I'm like, Scott, he you know, he's that a million people. But he he remembered, and that's not where I'm working to Montgomery ward. Now, but. As far as I mean. I I didn't I I feel like I know a lot about Joe I didn't realize he always carry. He always went with twins. And actually, I've I'm a messed up it. He likes heads, you know, movies, and that wasn't a brunette. It was read it. But you know, he had a condo right up the road there on commercial boulevard Fort Lauderdale. So that what was that low line? He used to have I'm trying to remember always. I like my my women blonde in my Johnny Walker red. Exactly true, Eddie proves it. I mean, listen, I I I will not go do this whole thing gang because I'd done in the past. But the meeting Joe for the first time in interviewing him. I I literally could not get words out of my mouth. I was that intimidated and awestruck and that was already after I'd interviewed bear Brian. And a few other cats. I mean, but Josie as a young kid growing up Joe was every man every kid wanted to be like, John he was caught as wild as well. High school football. We were black cleats. I went and both where my mom went and both Puna white cleats. And I was the only one wearing them. And that was because Joe names. So yeah. No. I mean, I think he was because he you and you had experiences with it. But he was approachable some athletes are not you try to get near someone like Michael Jordan and you'll get shot back in the day. Joe Nemeth, you could walk up to and talk and he would talk back because he he had a different demeanor. And I have not many make a minimum wage right next door. That's exact-. I there was another guy from Pennsylvania who came a generation earlier who is very similar to that. And that was Arnold Palmer. And I think I think that's why they both were so icon ick during their era that we all felt like we knew them because they were not for money. They were not. I mean, the rap on on Jack Nicklaus used to be his he came from wealth is father was. Pharmacist, which is a good profession, but it's not like being the son of the chairman of of. Better be careful what I say. Let's not hurt. Nobody. Now, we got a lot of good sponsors out there. Hey, thank you very much for the call. Listen, go, bald you got a great here from you. Again. We're talking about the Joe names interview. And you know, it followed pro what are the better saving interviews? I think we've ever had. So that's why all the foreign going on right now, we still have a couple of great interviews left. And I hope you will stick around for them. It is Friday afternoon. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. What a great show. Hope you've been with the hallway Nick Saban, Joe Nemeth, we had Kirby smart on and another one the conversations we had earlier was with Bruce Pearl. We sat down with the Auburn basketball coach in Birmingham the other day. We're back at the regions tradition. And I I can't think of any times I've had Bruce along talked about the specialness of that elite eight game at Tennessee. And so how state we don't talk about that anymore for general. That's a long time ago. Four coach, I'm a final four coach in Auburn is a final four programs, which is has got a great ring to it. And every now, and then I can you believe we're gonna find a four which we can't because we had great players, and we were blessed in it's it's such a cliche to ask you because I feel like I know you maybe more than almost any other coach, you know, what's what's changed because I know you're a pretty grounded guy, but it still is a life altering experience. You know, like I said. The final four coach. And that that's that's the top of our professional. So I'm really feel blessed and happy representing all all my sister coaches, and all the places that I've worked with you know, it's not gonna change me one little bit. I'm still hungry and humble, I'm grateful for having had the opportunity. But I think it it does make a statement that if you try to do the right way and worked really hard at it. Give yourself a chance to be blessed. That's all it is put yourself in position and players wind. Chevy chicks coaches can win games. I can I can help them win a game. I cannot help them win championships when that locker room decides their trust each other. They're gonna relied each other gonna play for each other to not go Joseph anybody else's success. And they understand there's one mission and that is to beat them. And it doesn't matter who gets the credit. That's when you've got some that's gonna champs your team and. And. What I've heard in. You've probably heard a little bit not that you're paying attention. But the in the aftermath of the Virginia game. It wasn't so much of how you played how Gus was telling us he was celebrating. So is there like it was it was how you handled the moment. One of the one of the that one was difficult moments the entire world watching. Yeah. And and I hear now everywhere I go, that's an example of leadership in the way it's supposed to be done. I think if you look at yourself as a teacher, and you understand the responsibilities. That's when in the past when I failed. It was so embarrassing and heavy because responsibilities that you carry. So if given that opportunity we're going to give all the glory when we're successful. So what are we going to do when we're not he'll blame the referee because they missed a call or two at the same time to in coaching always harder than we are. So I will look back at three or four plays at the end of that game that we didn't make that Virginia made and say. Wait, a second to do anything different takes anything away from the fact that cow guy knocks on three gets fouled makes all the free throws. And they made a couple of plays in the end up to win the game makes it more memorable. But it does serve example, whether it be for coaches or other young people when they're when they're in that situation as we talk get over. It bothers me with I get the review, and we're gonna look at this. And we're going to you know, when we're review pass interference. Come on the twenty th there were so many other places that we should've could've made during the course of the game. I gave this happen at the end. I'm not all about. That's I don't I don't get it. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of times a coach will will reach the pinnacle and. Spend too much time talking about. Yup. No names. Here you're supposed to be really good next year mean pretty level. What do you do with this other than answer questions? Like, you just got through first of all. I mean, I got a final four on my I'm wearing that. And I'm proud of it. So you you embrace it. You celebrate it with your friends and your family, but you say you continue to work you continue to grind. I mean, if I was really talented. Okay. I have to work hard. I have to put everything I got into it. I got myself with great people in order to stay successful. I have raised the bar. I came to Auburn. So that our men's basketball program, we'd be more competitive. We will be relevant. We wouldn't be a ball and chain around the SEC. We're not now I have an opportunity right now this window. Can we win three championships in a row? Okay. Auburn one regular season champion two years ago. We want to turn it last year. We went. Three in a row, if we can then you continue to say really good things about. Just trying to I'm trying to get Paul ammunition. Because there was nobody else that was least surprised that I came Auburn and had success because you saw me doing at Tennessee believed to be believed in me a long time ago. And and I appreciate it. And I close close this interview highlight began, it's it's it's it's a crowd in in great moment for me to say, Bruce Pearl. In Auburn final fourth. Congratulated textbook. Well, we've got a lot of fun today. We're not done yet. More interviews and more of your phone calls, including Gus malzahn, coming up here in just a few minutes. Mike in Pompano Beach, Florida good afternoon and welcome to the program. How are you? Michael. Hey, what's going on? We're doing. Well. Thank you. Really, Georgia interviews joking. Which was actually he was great. Who was the guy you interviewed from the competition committee? Oh that was. The one talking about the end of the the controversial playoff. Yeah. The playoffs. Yeah. It you know, after before Bruce Pearl. Yeah. That was great Sankey the SEC Commissioner. Okay. I don't know. I think he'd beat around the Bush a lot of things, but. It was I'm not I'm not allowed to respond to that. I'll get a check that out of the seat. If I do. I'm glad you asking the tough questions, but he didn't really want to answer. Now, you know college administrators liked to administrate they don't like to answer questions. I joking to hear more from him. But. I we'll talk to them again a few weeks if he does leave your number. We'll call you. If if he says, something interesting. Yeah. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Very much squirrel is up the next day. Mccall, paul. Thank you. I'm on my way. I'm on my way to one of your favorite towns. Oxford Mississippi all man, I was not far from there two weeks ago. It was a Memphis should holiday, but watching babies world graduate in the morning and really him. And. Him and all the other twenty nineteen graduates out there in the country. Yeah. My son you mad last year. But reason I'm calling fascinating. Joe name with interview. I've heard several interviews with him of yours. And that was like you say about for the best and most revealing and getting back to one of our callers who who absolutely loves Joe name Millie. Have you heard from her lightly, by the way, I believe she's she's she's called in today. We haven't talked to her yet. If you talk to her could you ask her about the lamp that she made projo name because I'm kind of fascinated by that. Can you ask her what happened to the lamp is still this? And if she could describe the lamp and also what compelled her back during that time when he was a sex symbol, probably the biggest one in the country to make him a lamp with that with those popular at the time. Again, I'm we can't hold on. Can we put Milly on right now? And I'm gonna have yesterday. Right. Can you guys? I don't know if any. He's working elsewhere. But yeah, there we go Millie are your own, squirrel. Yeah. Hi. Yeah. It's nice to give because he Paul. I'm I'm is Milly. How're you doing just fine? US devout the lamp. Yes. What compelled you during that time too. I I could understand why you would make him give. But I just curious why did you chose? What did you choose the lamp? Well, I thought that he might need something in his dorm room to by the way for those who don't know in squirrel bear with me for a second. Milli. I hate to ask you to repeat this. But you told us this once you you had a thing for name at that in the day was that would that'd be fair yen. I still do. Okay. And you're like hot, and you're you're seventy three right Milly. No, seventy two. Oh my goodness. That is. So I tell you my mother by my late mother would would strike me dead to to to make a woman older than she is Milly in back in the day when you were pining for Joe Namus about how many letters did you send him gotta you know, to be crucial with you. I can't remember what it was a whole stack of little suckers with the radiotherapy of about once a week or more probably a little bit more than that. If you really want to know the tree overweight over what you're how long period of time. Did you write him incessantly? Well, I wrote from the time he joined the jets because I finally had an address and leased it. I thought that it would work in and I did it until he lifts. The jets. So for fixers seven eight years you wrote Joe Nemeth. From sixty-five all the way to seventy six. Yes. Whenever go ahead. The question really did you ever consider just getting on a bus or train? Yeah. But I was chicken. There was so many people around him. It wasn't anything funny. And and I was kind of scared of people in those days anyway. You know, it's kinda scary. And and for for some reason Joe and said, hey, Millie once you meet me at bachelor's three tomorrow night. Would you have made it? I would have. Yeah. Tell you what I wanted in you make it. I mean, just laid it to. I watched the interview today, and it just practically broke, my heart. You know that I really really can. I ask you another question. Hold on infant tenant finish that thought though million broke your heart to hear him talking about. All of the things and everything I I would have given anything on this whole world to have been able to to talk to him on your program today. I probably wouldn't have been able to. But I would have given anything to just at least telling that, I insist, and it would have been nice if we could have you got the chance to know each other and the Dan I would've told him about the lamp and all and but we were. Hadrian we were way over on time here. But thanks to both you and squirrel for joining us feel like their guests. More to come in the final hour. We'll talk to Gus malzahn, also talk to J B from widespread panic that should. Get some people ready on a Friday afternoon about the be the weekend. We are heading to a break. Listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Smells on coming up here shortly. Let's check in with Bruce in Florida, Bruce, thanks for the call. Welcome to our program. Hey, Paul, how are you doing today? Young man, we're doing great. Thank you. It has been a tremendous shows. I loved all the interviews, especially with Joe nameless. And I'm honored just to be guest today. We're going to have you here caller. But I am saying my what's going on Gainesville. How I've been looking at Firestone Bridgestone hunting tired for that bus. They call the Florida athletic program. What's going on, you know, anymore? Well, no. I mean, what's happened is the talking has stopped and the reality has struck at any think that any any program can be dealt a bad hand in. I still don't think we know the whole story. But I know a lot of people that are trying to find out what's what has gone wrong while they do because it breaks, my heart. I'm a big gator. I love I love, Dan Mullen. I think he's a good, man. But I had a bad. Feeling the first time I ever look at a pitcher Jalen Jones on own. I'm not trying to prophesy or anything. But I just had a bad feeling about him now cutting relations. I think I'm afraid you're right about that. Well, thank you very much for the call. Rob is in Kentucky. You are next up. Hey, rob. Paintball thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much. A couple of things I'm originally from West Virginia. So we're I I was raised in the same county as Nick saving watched him play. When I was a kid in elementary school when he played at Mananga, we knew him his brother right now see where he came from to where he is now into passenger seating store for all of us as West Virginia. And then for Bruce Pearl he used to coach over in Evansville, which thirty minutes across the river from Owensboro US. I would come over and play Kentucky Wesleyan into watch where he has come from to where he is now. Now, the fascinating story that kind of we've got to keep I've got to keep my eyes on watch it growing up. And it's it's been just a neat thing. See the I mean, he he I believe every everything that he has done rob his success emanated right there. And I appreciate you sharing. Again, I we we've had quite a show with saving Joe Nemeth. Commissioner Kirby smart, Bruce Pearl. Gus malzahn is in the final hour. We will also talk to Taylor Hicks in J B from widespread panic. I know couple of people were pretty fired up hearing that all of that in the final hour on a Friday.

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It's a lot of fun and you can join us by becoming a member at patriot dot com slash d. t. s. Let's start with a few things. You should know sources so reuters that the u._s. Commerce department is expected to extend the delay on trade embargoes against a wall way granting the company the temporary general licensed to buy from us suppliers for ninety days the license would enable wa wa to buy supplies maintain existing telecommunications networks and provide software updates dates to wawa handsets however the company would still be barred from buying components for new devices some good news for families at least a few spotify or roku spotify spotify is new premium family plan will give parents filter options to block songs that include swearing or violence or or drugs and more thorough and more more through an explicit content filter that can be applied to individual counts on the family plan another feature called family mixie's access to personalized playlists for the family team and family hub makes it easier to add and remove users adjust controls and update accounts roku own roku channel is launching a new kids and families section alongside the the channels other content including it's free ad supported movies and tv live tv and also subscriptions who's also really no parental control features so parents have more control over what their kids are watching within that channel speaking of kids and adults alike disney released launch dates and pricing for its disney plus streaming service the the u._s. starts november twelfth for seven dollars a month or prepaid for seventy dollars per year canada and the netherlands will also start on november twelfth candidate goes for eight dollars ninety nine comedian and in the netherlands six dollars and ninety nine six euros of ninety nine eurocents australia and new zealand will follow on november nineteenth nineteenth priced at eight dollars ninety nine australian per month and nine dollars ninety nine cents a new zealand dollars per month platforms supported at launch include apple t._v. In iowa devices android mobile devices chrome kost and android tv web browsers roku xbox one and the p._s. Four a._i. Startup cerebral system system unveiled the largest semiconductor chip ever made the saribas wafer-scale engine is a one point two transistor processor designed to specifically tackle a i it features four hundred thousand cores on forty two thousand two hundred twenty five square millimeters and unlike traditional processors in which a batch of processors are created on a single twelve inch silicon wafer only signal scale engine processor is created from the silicon wafer good works three wrists and jami announced ounce. It's working with fellow chinese otto vivo to develop an interoperable peer-to-peer file transfer system for android based devices. The protocol will use bluetooth to pair here devices with a goal of twenty megabits per second transfer speeds a beta will be available by the end of august and jami stated other smartphone makers can also apply to join okay. Let's talk a little bit more about the future of crypto the crypto currency exchange by chance announced that it plans to launch an independent regional original version of libra and it's going to call it venus labor of course facebook's upcoming crypto currency venus would be based on the finance chain blockchain and develop localized localized stable coins and digital assets paid to flat currencies financed provide technical support and compliance control while offering its existing technical oh infrastructure and regulatory establishments for venus by nance c._e._o. Chang-pang zhao said that he hopes that venus would help push overall cryptocurrency adoption adoption and is more than happy to coexist with libra those a tweet that he he sent out when someone says ou by ananth. They're going after facebook now whether or not he i would like to peacefully coexist with facebook or just be a lot more popular than facebook's upcoming libra well you can draw your own conclusions there but roger the it seems seems like what finances doing kind of smart because it's localizing these currencies based on country rather than create something that feels all encompassing globally yeah like <hes> you know a lot of the details still haven't been a revealed <hes> but the way i understand it is that they're going to kind of do a localized version of of cryptocurrency of crypto coin of crypto currency coined <hes> in which they will use existing infrastructure and the public <hes> blockchain there <unk> finance chain and international payment so the way i understand it is that there are trying to <hes> peg it to fiat currencies indices <hes> that are more localized so instead of which <hes> libra which uses a basket of internationally traded currencies like the u._s. dollar euro japanese yen and <hes> <hes> the in any other currencies into a basket where basket will be waited to see how what value a libra coin. We'll be worth this would be a little more localized and might be able to help <hes> countries that may not currencies that may not have the weight or the health of the u._s. dollar or the euro on the international scene but still allow people <hes> canada engage in a crypto currency especially training within latte within their local crew which which could be huge for a lot of these economies because up until then you basically if you're like in argentina or something you would have to trade your your your currency basis into an international currency like u._s. Dollar whatever to kinda then get into that cryptocurrency yeah. It's it's it's interesting. It's it's funny because while we have talked about lebron quite a bit since facebook announced that it was working on the rollout out and has had some government pushback there are still a lot of questions about how any of this is going to work and there's still have to figure out how they're going to deal with countries countries who like you can pay anything any currency whether or not the countries that you're peggy to will be happy about it is a different matter and then whether or not those citizens in that country will be able to take use of it is another matter unless they have a different investment or or usage scenario that they haven't explained <hes> well something rutta as explaining is it's new public access network also known as our pan. It's a test limited time livestream experiment that it to run from nine am to five pm through the end of this week with a full rollout in the coming weeks. Yes you heard me right read. It is out in livestream capabilities for its users there's and says any user on the platform started livestream alex. Lee read it's v._p. Of product says boats. We know that our users are familiar with streaming across the internet experience because they're seen on on other platforms. It's become an expectation that a platform should offer this. The also says that the network will be tightly curated with a maximum of one hundred concurrent streams that are running. It's no longer than thirty minutes. Each the community will be able to vote in dow down votes dreams. Just kinda like how read it works in general live chat drain other people's broadcast asked again. Anybody can can launch broadcast whether or not anyone watches it is going to have all the same problems as on other platforms restrictions for livestream because of course people say l. It's ready. Oh no what kind of pandora's box reopening here the company says. We've thought a lot about this. Livestream can't have any not for content no dangerous or illegal activity ready no quarantine eligible content that refers to what other editors might find offensive or upsetting. That's why <hes> certain celebrates. Get shut down for example. Still you know it's funny. When i read the story and it actually got sent to me from a friend who goes oh gosh you know this is it's ready to go because 'cause we have had as of late some issues with bad content being live streamed and those livestream not being taken down in what some people in the community feel. It was a fast enough and there are algorithms who might be missing this sort of thing and you see questionable content. I read it. You also see a lot of great continent. Read it in fact the lion share of content that i at least consume. I find invaluable. It's it's it gets cool community. Just kind of depends on how you use it. I just don't really watch a lot out of livestream content in general mostly because it's it's it's such a raw feed of so many things that unless i've got a really good reason i i find it not edited. Well enough got shaky video. You know it's and that's probably just due to the business that we work in. What we're trying to make everything overall storyteller always does we can yeah but i just i don't i don't i haven't launched periscope which is twitter's livestream products for. I can't even tell you how long don't have a reason to don't ev ever watch anything on facebook or instagram. I will say this read. It is actually being very proactively cautious about this third third third implementing human or lease. They say a moderate by read it employs for the content of the video. You know this could either turn turn into one of the greatest things that read it has done or it could turn into a giant <hes> let me paraphrase <hes> just young a portal to hell or could help world where this could literally devolve into the the worst met it really is up to read it at this point and how they kind of manage and regulate the content ten here because as anyone who's you read it the the suburbs can be i've come across some really really informative and well-spoken fokin individuals uncertain suburbs and then you get the exact opposite if you hop somewhere else oh it if they can if they can manage to keep it on the rails. It could be a pretty very good thing. I think the red community has an some fairly somewhat unfairly again depending on who you're talking about there there is a reputation for gaming the system in general and the community aspect of red it is so strong which is part of why people like it so much and why it works really well all in in many aspects and so yeah it a livestream. That's designed to break the rules. Let's say without even going into any detail of what the content would be break the rules and and figuring out how long that stays up before it's taken down for for violating those rules. I think there are legitimate concerns. We'll see we'll see how it goes. In video announced its upcoming g force now. Streaming service will become into android through a new mobile app later this year similar to google's coming stadia service probably trying to coincide on the date a little bit although the video did not give exact dates just said later this year she now will officially launch out of its current public beta for mac pc p. c. and shield t._v. With flagship devices from l. g. and samsung now google stadia is gonna come to the pixel three pixel three a. and assumed pixel four in november so it possible that invidia might have some bit of a leg up using devices from multiple manufacturers a bluetooth gamepad will be required required as some games will be unplayable on android phone without that game pad and in videos also really out g force artie x servers for next generation gaming in the cloud data centers in northern california and germany says it plans to roll out more data centers across northern california and across europe soon roger. I know you are you in fact you mentioned that now that you've got a phone so many mobile games can be played on that phone. Don't even necessarily need a another dedicated small all mobile gaming device so does this excite you knowing that google even microsoft with x. Clouds will have competing services at the ready as well well. What's interesting is i've used g force now for at least three or four months and that is on my invidia. She'll have connected to my t._v. And i have to say works pretty well so long as they used a wired connection of the shield and not my wife i it works really well. <hes> it's going to be this is getting. This is getting to be a very crowded field. I think some of the questions i still have regarding especially specifically on mobile platforms is is there a demand for some of these types of games because essentially what they're doing is they're giving u._p._c. Games that you can play accessibly a you can access on your the mobile device and play that way a lot of these games require a controller with a lot of buttons and replicate that on the screen. It's gets kind of messy <hes> but you also have issues of connect connectivity as you are streaming these over a data connection and what if you hit a cell tower on your commute to work on the subway that just happens to be loaded with people trying to catch a new trailer or something and the the connection begins to kinda walkie <hes> does the experience agreeance get affected that way so honestly i've. There's been a lot of attempts to make smartphones and gaming gaming devices on par with a game console or p._c. Gaming i haven't seen anything in here that would at least change my mind and say like yeah. This is something i told you need to get my phone. If it's for the living room that's a different matter. It's a different experience being mobile. That's kind of a harder thing in up until alabama. The games have been most popular mobile had been premium games. Not necessarily styles games in video or even google is offering up well. Here's a story that is still developing as of our recording and it involves politics but we're not going to stick to the tech angle on the story as much as we can twitter and facebook have suspended numerous account suspected to be tied to a chinese state information campaign amidst current protests that are happening in hong kong so here's the story twitter suspended nine hundred thirty six accounts associated with the believed misinformation campaign twitter's has a blog post saying that's exactly exactly what it is accused in that map trying to quote so political discord in hong kong including undermining the legitimacy and political protest movement on the ground in a blog post twitter also said quote going forward. We will not accept advertising from state controlled news media entities any affected accounts will be free to continue to use twitter to engage in public conversation. Just not our advertising products twitter has now said it also proactively suspended about two hundred thousand spammy accounts before they became suspense substantially active alongside its initial band of those nine hundred thirty six china linked to counts as for facebook facebook though in mentioned at the top of the story of the company said a tip from twitter led it to remove seven pages three groups and five accounts also believed to be involved in coordinated inauthentic behavioral targeting hong kong a lot of people saying well applause for twitter because this is setting a precedent that that that folks he's had had had accused twitter of not having a enough of a ban hammer on initially and that is anything that that is state organized anything that is state controlled. They can't buy advertising to promote a tweet that ends up in my time so yeah i think on the service that's the good part of this <hes>. The bad part of it is misinformation campaigns that are going to cause more confusion <hes> and <hes> chaos to already chaotic situation obviously bad and designed to confuse which probably on some level. I think what this really underscores is. How much social media has now become the preferred medium for a lot of these kinds of <hes> misinformation information campaigns or disinformation campaigns but even beyond that in in the way the political space back in the eighties as recent even as the mid nineties typically your her choice was big pig newspaper outlets where you would put an opinion piece either from a diplomat or from someone else to kind of carry your point forward <hes> but now because because of the ubiquity of twitter and facebook and because it is such a global reach eve in china's china's version of twitter we bo is still stowe localized to china or chinese citizens us in and they move abroad for study or work <hes>. It's it's gonna be a creasing me. I think more chaotic space and i think both twitter and facebook will need to invest more resources into kind of setting up some mm sort of framework in order to address it because you know they're no longer just companies. They are a platform for anyone and with that comes all sorts of he's not liabilities but burdens that you're gonna have to carry and need to decide which is something when you start a company. You might not necessarily think that was was something you had to worry about. Well yeah it well. It's it's it's such a it's such a weird conundrum right because the companies are saying okay okay. We've built these tools that are they're so good that they can be manipulated using the techniques that we described for bad reasons and we built them and they're being used now. We have to roll back some of this and figure out how to keep the tools that keep you know the people who are misusing the tools from the tools and i know this because sarah and i went to college together. We both took minute media. Literacy classes are undergrad work. I think this is something understanding. Social media and had a navigated will need to become a standard kind of thing where you teach kids not just in in in college but like high school or maybe even early because it is so easy to get wrapped up because twitter facebook. It's more about emotion than actual facts right because you're dealing on a on a level of human interaction that can have just blows by an you need. You need a way for people to kind of release self <hes> a self regulate by understanding. What's happening in what they're looking at yeah. I think it's it's definitely literacy and it's also just the barrage of information. I find myself having a check myself regularly on this too when i'm i. I'm kind of following. A story and stuff is coming in so quick and i might believe something without really really double check in that second source here and there and have to do a little backtracking. That'll happen to anybody. I now double triple. Check everything just as a as a a a habit now just because of the way things evolved well. The story will continue to evolve. I can bet my bitcoin on it. <hes> as the week goes on so you will probably be visited with us on another digit us in the coming days but for now let's move on to scooter scooter maker segue leguay nine baht unveiled these semi autonomous three-wheeled kick scooter t sixty which has a cool feature it can return itself to a charging station all on its own. Oh driver required early customers for new scooter. Include lift and uber segue nine bite will start road testing in september with hopes for a q. One twenty twenty launch the price is estimated committed to be close to ten thousand one which is about one thousand four hundred twenty u._s. dollars so it's not a cheap scooter but it's cool scooter in a aide old neighborhood in l._a. Was just which was way out. The beach and venice scooters were have been ubiquitous for a while to the point where they'd be piled up in certain areas allies they were they were there are so many scooters but also just kind of bitchy the trails and stuff it was perfect for the scooters vary very widely used less widely used in the area of town. I live in now but they've started to crop up. You see them on quarters. You see them in front of someone's house. <hes> you you see people scooting around alongside traffic this and that so in a way i think wow this is really cool because right now if i i if i scooted home well then it's going to stay there until someone takes it and then i'll have another scooter but it's also kind of running out of juice because i'm nowhere near a charging station or not near enough anyway so if the if the scooter says like he has some little internal thing saying like okay i can make take myself back to the station and then i'm good to go in the morning. That's great. That's much more efficient than having a buses round up the scooters which used to happen in venice also more efficient than having the public look help you charge scooters which did happen a few years down from me where i used to live and then the house on fire and burned down and the fire department mccain and it was the whole thing so i i like this idea. I just feel like people are going to vandalize scooters that they see zipping around by themselves. You know this is this is kind of one of the <hes> the big the big holy grails for a lot of these products is a way to get your product that someone rented out short-term back to where it's supposed to be without involving the customer right right. I'm done with the scooter on the leave it here if he could make its way back without injuring someone or getting itself in an accident or causing a are a offender bender of sorts <hes> that would be great. I stole a lot of potential hazards right is it you know i was asked about this earlier. This is right right exclusively on the sidewalk or on the road to get back and if it does that doesn't need lights. Does it need horns. Like what if you had one of these scooters walking front of someone just carrying groceries is not not particularly agile enough to get out of the way someone who might be <hes> might be vision impaired. You know were what do they have to warn them that this autonomous devices rolling down the block back to its ninety. I would think that the only way to do this us with with any kind of success is it would be limited to certain roots back that would be a dedicated bike lane back to the charging station it you know even if it wasn't as the crow flies the best way to get back to the charging station. It would have to be some sort of designated route because yeah the rules of sidewalks. Are i mean you know in general. I like to stay to the right whenever possible you've got dogs but leashes people you know which way the kids it's a sidewalk is not like a road where there's traffic traffic like legalities for stepping in front of somebody or stopping short or whatever so yeah when it comes to scooters you think okay well if there if they they've got the right amount of sensors slash light are they should be able to start and stop and do all that stuff but but i it sounds it. It sounds like a great experiment. I wonder how well it's going to work. In practice officials in texas say accord coordinated ransomware attack hit twenty three local texas texas governments on the morning of august sixteenth governments reported having issues accessing the texas department of information resources the ransomware encrypt files and adds. That's the dot j s e extension to affected files although no ransom note was left directing payments the texas the texas division of emergency management the f._b._i. Yeah i di h s and the texas department of public safety all coordinated on recovery efforts man last week. We talked about georgia and voting machines this week. It's texas even that this happened last last week. This this is going to become increasingly more frequent because typically most criminals target <hes> the softest parts of society and it seems that a lot for a lot of them it is the the data management or the data infrastructure of municipal purpose municipal or even state level governments. I think this should be a wakeup. Call because this stuff isn't slowing down right. I mean once a month or two months ago. We had two cities and communities in florida that were hit with something very similar and you know it's i guess i._t. The only security used to kind of be bone off like well who would want to hack us but apparently if they they secure some of the data that you actually need <hes> mm-hmm. Perhaps <hes> a little more a little more emphasis in those areas will help mitigate right if you if you had a backup copy of all the data they just you know ransomware ransomware it out you can say well yeah. You know nuts to this. I got back a you. Go hack someone else can attitude as opposed to ono really early in it because all the data we have for taxes or whatever bills or billing or payments is all in this one spot. It's it's gonna be. It's it's not going to be any easier and i think it's definitely something that <hes> cities need to take a closer look at yeah any way that private enterprise <hes> <hes> stepping up i._t. Efforts in places where it is deemed inadequate <hes> same with governments. It's some i i think in general it's we're moving in the right the direction <hes> but yes twenty three local texas governments <hes> all being hit with ransomware a lot. That's that's you know what i mean. That's year. That's you know even if there was no ransom that was demanded. 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Memory Card Myths and Storage Solutions

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Memory Card Myths and Storage Solutions

"You're listening to the beach for podcast for over forty years being h has been the professional source for photography video audio and more for your favorite gear. News and reviews. Visit us at bien H dot com or download the bien h app to your iphone or Android device. Now. Here's your host, Alan whites. Greetings, and welcome to the beach photography podcast today. We're gonna be talking about memory cards and storage solutions with reps from both sandisk and lex are as well as a very own J P palace Gondolo, but first we've been yapping about it for weeks. And now, it's official the being h photography podcast. Facebook group has finally been launched and we invite you to sign up. It's easy peasy to join just answer a couple of questions to prove that you're not a robot, and you are in. We encourage you to post photos, ask questions leave comments and generally, talk, photography and podcasting with us. We're also going to be posting links to new and old episodes updates on gear guests and sweepstakes. And we hope to use this platform as a way to engage with you, our listeners and few and return to communicate. With us needless to say be respectful and recognize that this is a community of many voices. So as Frankie boy one saying, let's keep this. Body polite. As a small incentive. Join our group. We're running a sweepstakes to giveaway not one but two Santa's memory cords generously provided by sandisk. If you join the Facebook group page before March thirteenth, you will be eligible to win a sandisk sixty four gigabyte extreme pro u h s one s t XY memory card to and it'll be drawn at random from all the folks who joined the Facebook group before March thirteenth, so good luck. We're going to be posting this episode and product links on the group page, so take a look at us show notes for linked to the Facebook group page and join okay today's episode. We welcome Pete isg rig from Western Digital the parent company of sandisk, Andrew Namus from N TI sales, representing Lek Sar. We spoke with Pete and Andrew at the recent depth of field conference, which was hosted by be an H photo, topics. We covered included best practices for image storage, and memory cards. Tips for preventing file corruption right cycles and the difference between the various memory card formats after a short break, we're gonna be joined by John Paul policy. Gondolo a writer on our web content team who writes up all of the memory cards. We sell at DNA ch- photo JP will be giving us an overview of the cards in storage devices. We sell it being. But first we're going to start off with Pete from sandisk. All right. We are with Peter from Western Digital slash sandisk slash what. El- who else? She's acknowledgee G technologies. Okay. All one company now Western Digital own sandisk, and g technology and not a lot of people know that. So we've taken the best of the best and put them all together to make something even better because we've got sandisk flash based memory now, we've got the quality and the reliability of the tech product, and the drives that are inside there. And now everything is all one, and we're all working together to make everything even better collectively, how long are you going to maintain the same? The brand names is okay. Three roby. Separate. They're just going to be combining technology under the hood. Gotcha. Okay. When did this come together? So they bought G tech maybe four or five years ago, and then sandisk two or three years ago or so. L detect I use those hit me too. I have been for about ten ten plus years or so with detector is it would be disturbing. If you said you somebody else's. But. What are some suggestions? You have for people for dealing with memory cards in storage, sorta like good habits, and maybe even some bad habits to avoid so good habits. We always tell people you wanna have your data in three places usually on the computer or the location, you're using it on editing on you want to have a backup next to your computer or within striking distance. And then you want to have a third offsite backup because a backup drive sitting extra computer isn't gonna do any good. If your house catches fire. There's a flood or other kind of Castro dangerous, and that could be a physical drive or could be cloud storage. Xactly take another drive and put it in your office. Put it in a family member's house throat in a lock box somewhere in a Bank. Whatever however, it is important to you. But yeah somewhere off site, and or cloud service that could do a memory card count as one of your stories. Yeah. A memory card to I do count it. Another good practice for memory cards, as we tell people buy low capacity cards by thirty two gigs sixty four gig cards back those up when you're done and then throw those at put put a name and date of whatever the event was on the card throw it in a drawer with in a little case. And then that's your backup. That's one backup of that. That content is actually very interesting concept, and it's affordable. It's cheat now. Yep. That's actually interesting idea. It's like a lazy man's backup systemically, although you don't want to let those cards sit indefinitely with any Carter any hard drive. You want to write to it? Every couple months you just want to turn turn on the hard drive. Let it spin up or if it's an SSD just, you know, plug it in and read and write a small little file to solid solid-state Corbin solid-state. Yeah. You still want to give it a a little NF Lashkar, especially. Yeah. Every maybe in a flash card an SD card once a year. At minimum. And he's just don't make. Sure, it's okay. Or is that actually do something? It prevents corruption. It can prevent the hardware components of the card, and or the drive from decaying and dying the catalyst for decay in a say a solid state hard. Is it oxygen is it things in the air that affect the components within it 'cause ended there's all kinds of alloys in wall kinds of stuff. It's beyond Mike city. That's a little bit of it. A lot of it is probably mostly in the enclosures, and or the electrical components within on the board. That's inside of the drive or something. It's not necessarily the SSD itself. The mechanical components of the connection port or the board that connects everything together or components inside of the actual enclosure and whatnot. So it's not always the flash based memory. That's that is hard to kill the one retrieval for stateless. A you are storing things at a nasty new drawer, and you look at it for ten years, or whatever you think that flash forward ten years. There's gonna be a problem with retrieval of cards. There could be it's not always a guarantee. It's just a good practice to get into to to read and write to them. Every so often if you let it sit for ten years, there could be an issue with the card as much as the devices that you're gonna use to get it. Oh, yeah. You might find that at ten years from now it's next to impossible to find a SD Carter reader somewhere. Exactly who has zip drive readers anymore or even floppy drive readers anymore. Yeah. It's don't true. That SSD's have pretty limited. Write cycles. There is a finite number of times, you can read and write to location on an SSD drive. Most of them are in the tens of thousands of times. And the way that an SSD is organized that you know, if you write to one location the next right is usually sequential along the drive, it's not necessarily overwriting that one in the right? The first ten thousand times it's not necessarily right to the first bit on that drive. It's going to spread it out. So that it's writing to everything sort of equally as you read and write or add new data to the drive. So you're not gonna wear out the first bit in the first couple thousand of rights to it and the same old true for L flesh doors. Yeah. Questions about let's say your regular photographer and the their best practices for handling their material and using the rest current, and when you should format when you shouldn't format give any thoughts on that. And how do you handle it? So with cards we say only ever format them in the camera itself. Never format them on your computer you risk data corruption. If they're formatted on your computer, and you use them and with SD cards with any memory card only use it in the same camera body. Don't switch it out to other camera bodies, you can use it in two of the same model camera. But don't you know, if you have a view of two different model cameras don't use it in the same card in it don't even reform at that card and use it in the second camera just by a second card for that camera you risk data corruption. If you start to switch that same card in between different bodies. I'm going to be putting a bunch of cords up on EBay the next few days. I have a feeling like. So like what I've learned here today. I'm telling you, it's like, okay. Can't you can't do that game? Let's see a camera with with two slots, two memory slots, and you can have one of the cards be raw and others BJ or you can back up or it can be continuous is their best practice in terms of that. And what you would suggest how you handle if you have to slots. The only thing that I see a lot of people do incorrectly. When they have two slots as they they're not necessarily knowing the specs that those two slots are they're not always the same in terms of what memory card, they can accept some. We say a lot of people. Come and they've got a u h s two card in the slot. Only US UH one or vice versa. They're using slower speed cards and whatnot. So that's the only real issue. I say there's no advantage or disadvantage necessarily to. Let's say putting all your raw images on one card energy pegs on the other. Not really, no, okay. So talk to us a little bit about what's new in the product line both in terms of storage cards and also bigger storage. So at our boot today, we're showcasing a lot of our portable SSD solutions. And that's what a lot of customers. They're beginning to see that conversation to hear about the that technology and make that step up from the spinning drive once they you hear about what speed it can get that it can get five hundred and fifty megabytes a second. Or if it's thunderbolt three. You can get twenty eight hundred megabytes read, right? They're starting to see the value of that. And also a lot of these guys are out in the field. They see the durability of that. You can put that drive in a backpack, and you can take it around with you, and it can take a lot of beating and still your data is safe and protected so we're starting to have those conversations and showcase that to people. And a lot of them are beginning to see the value. They're outside of the spinning drive versions of these products and everything any other thoughts on new stuff. We've got one new product that called the my passport wireless SSD that an SSD drive, and it's got an S D card slot in the side of it. You can actually backup your memory cards directly to the drive without a laptop. So when you're out in the field, if you're shooting for an event that day, you can pop the card out of your camera. You can throw it in their press. The button it backs up the whole contents of the card, and you don't need to bring a laptop. And then, you know, you're safe. Face. It all we all you just push pushing a light goes on when it's finished. Or there is a light that shows you when it's finished importing. There's a wireless component to it that you can connect your phone or tablet too. So that you can view the contents on the drive on your phone. Okay. Or if you need to send that one photo or text that one photo to somebody as a proof or a test or something you can actually send a few files to your phone, and then send those files to where they need to go during capacities. So we have it up to two terabytes in capacity, and it starts at two hundred and fifty gigabyte see that Admiral because quite honestly, I don't want us straight drive. Don't waste space. We've all kinds of screens and menus, just right? I think it's great just pop it in and it's done and in doing so we've by not having a screen on it, self it. We it allows for a smaller form factor and a larger battery life assurance. So it gets about a ten hour battery inside of it. Otherwise, we would get significantly lower battery life if we had to put a name this product. It is it's called Fritz from Western Digital. It's called the my passport wireless. SSD dry. Got. You sounds like a deal, and it came back up any type of memory card. You can connect a card reader to it for the other formats, but it has a native St. card slot inside of it. But you can only use one camera. No, no. Yeah. Can do some basic editing through the app you can? It will back up the contents of the card. It knows what you've backed up. If you add more to the card and pop it in later it only backs. That's no sin new content on the card is an Timestamps everything into a folder when you did the backup as well. So it helps you organize it to like. That's great. That's such a great, brother. Peter. Thank you so much joining us today. All right. And check out all the products from sandisk and Western Digital and g-tech G technology. Yeah. All right. All right. Thank you. Okay. Back now in we are with Andrew from lex are welcome to the show pleasure to be here. And pleasure to meet you guys. Now, lex or is it brand is has been around since the beginning of the digital revolution. And it's with. And it's not animus with digital imaging. And then you guys vanished for awhile. Okay. The company was bought over. And now the name is back in thirty seconds or less. What's the story with the company Lec SARS under new ownership? Okay. They're very experienced in flash memory and flash memory products. And they're doing a very good job at recovering the brand itself and moving forward as the same great product that Luxor is known for okay? And how long were they quote unquote, gone for because I didn't even know. It was it was only about a six month turnover periods. Those things that only the photo nerds that we'd about pixel, etc. If you blinked you might not have noticed it. Well, my cards never stopped working. Good point, they keep going. So tell us a little bit just, you know, for all of us for me, especially included some some kind of basic tips some best practices about storing your images, keeping your cards work in healthy. When you might want to replace them, even if everything's going. Well, and thought you have on this show. It's important when you first buy memory card to take the card out of the box. But put it in the camera and formatted immediately in that camera and one safe practice is not to take that memory card and put it in another camera. That was I was just gonna ask you can't use the. He's got us to be an issue. And I wasn't that was still case. That's why might cards keep getting wiped. I guess. Yeah. Well, so what happened did what happens is is. The images they have a tracker for the the numbers of images on a camera shot counter. And what happens is if those start to overlap from camera to camera it'll cause corruption and you lose images that may have that same shot counter. So happen. Yeah. So I do switch a lot back so but from from their proper proper memory care after after the fact, you wanna have a good solid card reader. We make a few models of card readers or make a workflow hub and a pop-up reader and that workflow hub can transfer at speeds up to gigabyte a second. So when you say a better reader you talking about in terms speed and qualifies for meter readers themselves have firmware in it that allow when you put your card into transfer to the computer that's going to transfer the images directly in order, whether it be image one all the way to image two hundred and it'll be in order. It will place it in that folder in order now sometimes with a lower grade card reader scatter those images, and they won't come in and order which can. So what you're saying is not only use the same quite for the same camera. But make sure your card reader is also a lex. Sar? It can be. There are other there. Michael shoe like that you'd love to spend money on your part? Is there a technical? You are you compromising yourself by using non technical not necessarily K isn't any disadvantages of going straight into the computer like you going to the slot with with SD cards. There's a new format which is two and those those cards have an extra set of strips on the back or extra contact points to be more clear, and what happens is is that card reader on the computer, if if it's not one of the newer computers. You're not going to get that that extra speed. Some people may need it. Some people may not it'll be a speed difference in image quality movies. There's no image quality different. Okay. Yeah. Okay. There's never going to be an image quality difference just a speed difference. So let's say you're working fine. You don't have any issues is there kind of shelf life or an cards in general or. Jones. You're not noticing any problem. You know? So so something about flash memory is is that it can wear. So if you're saving to the same location over and over and over again, it's kind of like having to rotate the tires on your car, and that's what formatting the card formatting the car. Does it kind of changes that file location? So it doesn't wear down the flash memory and that one location over and over with good to format. It happens you need or between jobs. So. Yeah. Is it best practice to format after he'd shoot like you ever shoot? You dump it then format. That's that's if you wanna be responsible about it. If you're if you're a hobbyist photographer amateur photographer as long as that cards staying in the camera. You don't really necessarily have to format inbetween you can form out one set card fills up. Yeah. It's a good practice to get it to get into. But it's that's not really going to have a long-term effect. And let's just delete everything to delete. All they're still going to be remnants of images on that. Are there's still memory full. Everything is still there. It's just unlock to be written. There was a micro data file that get stored on the card. It's kind of like a partition. That that only software can get access to. So if you have one format. Did say format your card by accident? There'll be a micro data file that can be accessible by software that has a mirror image of that card, and what was previously on it. However, if you format it twice it'll rewrite over that previous image files. I think we'll sunny it's really important to say is that we're talking about formatting wants to keep me before you format a cord get everything you want off over Jan or another dry because when you format it, you are essentially, wiping out everything. So it's not just going to fix it and work around your files, it's going to work through you files. It's going to plow them. So you copy them off dukedom or whatever this idea that. You let's say you made a mistake, you deleted everything. There's a time factor involved. I mean at all in if you want to recover this material. I mean, if you start using again that's going to eat up that space. So yeah, there's there's no time factor. If you deflate memory. It's very it's very stable. And it's not it's not going to the data is still going to be stored on that flash itself. Start writing exactly. It was just weren't quite a we don't touch the card. Yeah. Jan yet. We treat everything with like Nettie storage. It used to be you couldn't get too close to like a speaker or magnet or something. Like that with like a magnetic card drive. That's not an issue on Flynn. Now. There's there's no moving parts and flash. As I was saying before, it's it's a very stable form of memory, and it will withstand a lot more. I would say shaking. So it can withstand a lot more vibration than a spinning or magnetic hard drive and a magnet won't Zab either. I don't want to answer that incorrectly because I've never held a magnet to a. Last. What it does? But it's it's essentially a silicon wafer that's cut down and put into memory cards. So it may it may do something to to the controller, and I don't know the exact exacting greedy in that in that silicone that they're using to one thing that started with and that was I think all of our eyebrows here on this side of the table or raised when you said that, you know, a court should be dedicated to Cam you don't want to put from one camp to another. Say you've done that you have a card debt, you you say in two or three different cameras or in our case seven different cameras, if you format it again reform, it does that correct the era. What does that do or is that court kind of compromise? That point the the only issue that you're going to run into using cards in different cameras is that each each camera has a different operating system. They may look they may look the same. But their file storage systems may be different. Right. You could you get essentially take the car that you're using in one Gammarra and put it in another camera, and then formatted in that camera and what okay at what that will do is clear off. Whatever information was on the card from that old camera and allows you to use it in that new camera or you can format it in the other camera. Bring it over to the second camera. You're going to use informat again in that calm before manicure. You really want to wash your dishes between meals much. Okay. Got it. All right. Just to Clinton. Is that model to model or or actual cabinet? You know? The best the best practice to get into. If you're going to move cards between cameras is is to format in that camera. You really don't want to like what I said about the image counter, unless you reset those two image counters, and you're at the exact same number on both cameras than you're not going to encounter that kind of problem. But that's most of the time. That's usually what causes corruption. If you're switching from gap began writing over. Yeah. So you guys have obviously sT cards compact flash. Yup. And SD cards. I mentioned are dominating the marketing, and what's next? Those are my questions we'll start with start with compact flash. Because that was one of the original forms of memories. So compact flash the technology has reached its limit. So ten sixty six x is the cap on its speed limits now as far as cameras there are still plenty of cameras out there that use it we expect the lifespan to kind of continue for a little while longer. It's still sells really well it still works. Really? Well, it's been out close to twenty years now, and it is still any advantage. Contact flesh has over SDN type cards it. It. I would say durability. Not necessarily speed. But just our ability just it's a it's a very sturdy card, and it's a very stable stable format of memory behind that is fast, which is essentially the same. Same dimensions. It just runs on a Santa interface instead of a pin based interface so with with that SATA interface that allows you to get up to speeds of three gigabytes a second now as far as as technology goes in the flash technology. That's just giving us room to reach those speeds as we get into higher megapixel cameras and higher frame rate record recording for for video, then four K and AK and things things along those lines. So so fast, you could look at it as a as a viable replacement for compact flash in the future. Now as far as St. goes SD's been around that was the one of the secondary formats that was created and one of the ideas here is that we had compact cameras in the early age of digital photography and to to put a compact flash card in those cameras took up a lot of space. So the camera designs were limited. So when you have these gamma designs, and you don't want to sacrifice that much space for just a memory card you'd like to have more space to work with so ST was then created to kinda minimize the amount of space in in compact cameras, giving a camera manufacturer more room to work with to kind of pack in sensors. Lenses and. Well, the other to make it all. Control yards voodoo Ps. So so that's where St. came into play. And I don't know the exact dates on that. But but while that was really, yeah. The idea of. And moving forward ST has has increased in speed from where it started to where it is now. And it's it's I don't want to say it's not as durable. But the design. And it's it's. It's very useful. Because it's a smaller card, but but it it it won't withstand as much as some of the other formats that we have now now as designed goes, I'm sure that can be is something that can be worked on. But, but that's just something I've noticed from working with customers that have showed me, you know, what happened what what has happened to SD cards. And what's what's your latest gear out? What's coming out new? What's next what? Well, before we move onto that I just want to just just run through that the rest of that. So so Mike Rosty came out same idea smaller body, smaller form factor to pack more technology into the cameras itself. So that's where we have micro St. now, and we have a full line of that. Also. So really when it comes down to choosing what what memory card is is right for you. It's more of what kind of photographer are you? Are you a single shot photographer? Are you a burst shot photographer? Or continuous. Do you like to fire off a lot of shots? So if you want to get the most out of out of your camera. And you're not a single shot photographer. You put that the highest speed card that camera can handle it will give you less time to clear the buffer and you'll get more shots before you even hit that Puffer so shooting video of video it that is a camera by camera basis. And what happens there is some cameras will call for a V sixty rating or ninety rating, and what that will what that will give the customer the ability to do as run at the maximum frame rate that that camera can that camera can record that. And if if you're not using compatible card to run at those speeds, you'll get some kind of message from the camera that that they have to down downgrade it a different frame rate or a different resolution. What's on the horizon? Products leg relent SARS just gotten into internal and external SSD's portable and also envy. Emmy now, that's that's one thing. The new parent company. I would say of lex are is is very good at is SSD and flash memory and flash architecture and things like that. So they are expanding. The lex our line into SSD's. And there will also be some higher capacity ST on the horizon, there are some new cards in testing, and we should see some product announcement on those. With the capacity, courteous, rusty code right now, we've announced a five twelve and a one terabyte and a few weeks we made that also announced a five twelve micro St. which is a two card which is more for it'll it's more for smartphones at additional storage for smartphones. However will work in in other cameras. Find that frightening. Yeah. I look at something that sounds mall. That has so much data on a few sneeze. It's gone. You know, it's just layered. It's just it's like if you had a a bunch of it's layered flash. And it's very thin. But it's it's it's definitely exciting to see if you're into technology and storage and things like that. And you've seen where hard-drive drives started. And the speeds they've ran at two going to flash architecture and flash memory itself. SSD's in particular, it's going to be a lot faster. Perspective while you talk and went back to my Instagram account. A few months ago. I posted a picture of my very first one gig IBM micro drive, which costs four hundred dollars. It's got little screws in moving parts. And there you go. So. Yeah, technologies come home. That was. Long time ago. Yeah. Along tons go precious. You had one of these men, you know, the prices of more. They weren't. They didn't come cheap. No. And the first solid state. One gig was fourteen hundred dollars didn't run cheap. Okay. Andrew. Thank you so much joining us and giving us some updates on like art. We hope you're enjoying this edition of the H photography podcast. Send us a tweet at be h photo video Pash tag h photo podcast. All right. We are back, and we are joined by very own JP. Welcome. This is a first for you. Yes. It is. Okay. Yoga complete medical exam afterwards and worry about that. We'll skip all that stuff from now. We'll just get into the show. Anyway, we're talking about lex sarin sandisk and those are coming to like the two big eight hundred pound gorillas in the industry. But there are other companies out the out of the ones we haven't mentioned yet. I'd say Sony is the biggest they make a lot of good stuff. Okay. For a wide variety of cameras. They make a C fast cards ST cards and the currently one of two companies that make execute cards as well. And that's because they have a vested interest in it. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Okay. Right. And who's the other one? Dulken is the other you manufacturing? All right. Good to know. And this company angel bird. I'd never heard of them. There may make a lot of memory cards injured mix. A lot of good stuff. They make St. cards. They also make a fast cards, and they make a semester as well. Like one thing. That's good about angel bird is they make what they refer to as a match pack for a lot of different cameras and their cards that are made for match packs specifically like a little higher quality in terms of optimization for specific cameras. They make some that are optimized for the black magic pockets and Michaela four K G H five the new Fuji x t three and a couple of other ones too. So like if if you have one of those deaf it, look and some angel bird. If you want to really make sure that you have like the top of the line. So some quite better for a shooting video as opposed to stills or there's some there preferable for stills or some video or is it is it really a wash is really not a mad. Well, what it comes down to is. If you're looking at a card more so for shooting. Stills you want to get something with a faster maximum write speed because you know, suppose, you're shooting a camera like proline camera that can shoot like twelve frames per second. Okay. And all cameras have an internal buffer to store photos, but after wild that buffer is going to be filled up the camera with a faster maximum write speed. It will help clear out that buffer a lot more quickly now for video the maximum rates. Be is not as important because a maximum rate. Speed Ken piece sustained attornal eventually it's going to drop off. So for shooting video you would want a card with a with a faster, guaranteed write speed sake. Avi. Ninety card which has a maximum merch beat of ninety megs a second, AVI, sixty card sixty megs. Okay. The thirty thirty megs a second. So when you're shooting video if the minimum rate speed of your card can't keep up with the rate of the video Kodak, then you'll start experienced dropped frames and whatnot. So with video you'll need a car that can sustain the video. Kodak that you're shooting. Got you know, I noticed that Ari makes them cards now are they? Yes. So what those cards are. It's a collaborative between angel bird and Arias. Well, and they're specifically designed for select Araf cameras. Okay. And what are as excess or X as bias cards? Oh, yes. So s bias cards. They're just cards that operate using the E bus which lets them have faster read and write speeds, and they're designed for some higher end cameras go to and then well Dulken devices, obviously pretty well known in this field. Yeah. They make a lot of good stuff. They make SD card's micro ST cards, compactflash cards, see fast cards and execute as well as we said before. Vision. Yeah. So I'm hick vision what they do is they make cards to microscope cards currently that we have in stock. And while they could be used across a wide range of purposes there specifically optimized for recording video surveillance. So when you have video surveillance while the traditional methods may be to record them going to a hard drive array with drives optimized for video recording a lot of cameras now, we're starting to come with built in card slots can just pop into micro card and record. So th those cards would be optimized to have a longer operational life because they'll be read from written to a lot more frequently than say a card, which may be used to shoot some stills. Are there any quite small micro Esti because those things are frighteningly small? With those things down if you sneeze. They're gone. They're gone. And it's it, no. Those are the smallest ones right now in terms of form factor. Okay. Okay. Now Huffman, which we know from a lot of accessories of products. They're all over the place. Yes. So the headman ones. They always advertise that they're very durable cards believe they call them like the I think it was like the steel series. Yes. So had been they'll do compact flash cards and five cards as well. And they're designed to be like, very durable. Are there any situations where there are cords recommended for specific cameras not based on speed? But just in compatibility or they or the quad really agnostic as bad as far as what camera you put it into in general. It's just as far as what camera you put it into if you're shooting four K video or video with a higher frame rate. Then you would definitely want to go with the card that has a faster write speeds such as like nine hundred sixty but it's it's it's not a huge issue. Okay. The Kingston another pretty well known name. This field yet. They do a lot of as well, they do ST card's micro sd cards, and they do some compact flash cards going down the list, then Lexa, of course, we already spoke with with. With Andrew from Lexa are and they're well known. They make all kinds of cards and are one of the leaders in the industry P N Y technologies. Yeah. P and why they make SDN micro St. cards. Okay, program digital you'd mentioned that they were out shoot from people who worked at Alexa. Yes. So when Luxor was regrouping some of the people who work there. What informed procreate digital? And now they make a SD card's, micro, St. cards, compactflash cards and see fest cards Samsung on the list, also. And then of course, sandisk which is another leader in the field. And we spoke to them earlier think where another company that's making them transcend, another big big. Yeah. Yes. So transcendent make SD card's micro, d cards compactflash cards, see fast cards. What about reliability I know early on always questions about certain brands, we considered more reliable consistently reliable than others. Is that still an issue or I would say right now, the Karcher pretty straight across the boards. Personally. I use a send us cards. I've I've some Luxor and I have some Sony's as well. And I got my first digital cameras. The original cannon five d back in two thousand and seven and actually the is compact Foscari go with that it's still chugging along when I got my Adid hundred back in twenty twelve it came with the sandisk compact flash and some Luxor SD both of which still work. So just yeah. Just to maintain your cards, and they'll have a long life. You we discussed about maintaining cords. During sit downs earlier, and one of the first things I did that went and I bought brand new courts cameras, and I'm dedicating I'm and I'm mixing cards anymore. I did the same thing. So the last, and I know elements in this. But I'm going to throw it in here now. So the last Brandon our list is wise advanced and from what I check they also make ST and comeback flash. Moore's. Yes. So we'll throw them in there. Can you just answer a question that a lot of people have asked me the difference between SDH see and XY, okay? It's not just has to do with capacity when when SD cards first came out, they had a somewhat smaller capacity size. So just journalists referred to as ST then when the the sizes started to increase, then they started giving different names. So anything up to two gigabytes is an ST card. Okay. If it goes from four gigabytes up to thirty two s h c and then above thirty two so cards starting at sixty four gigabytes, those are the ST exc- cards and currently the ST standard goes up to two terabytes and the largest cards currently available are one terabyte sandisk makes a one terabyte. Micro sd card and lex mix a one terabyte ST card, and then they just come on just get announced that the okay? And are there other brands that we mentioned are there any of them that are known specifically for having you know? More specifically faster read and write times or bigger capacities. Yeah. So we just talked about the largest cards one terabyte from sends Comelec Sar in terms of really fast speeds, if you're looking at cards, I would definitely go to if you go with sandisk extreme pro or the Sony SF g looks are two thousand x and as well as the Sony tough series. You'll see read speeds up to three hundred megabytes a second. Right. Speeds that go between to sixty to ninety nine the minimum rate to be it will depend on each card. Some of them are only rated V thirty summer rated ninety. If you look in compact flash cards, pretty straight across the board. You'll see read speeds max at around one sixty right speeds around one fifty or one fifty five if you're looking to see fest cards of ones made by Lexa are Sony. Stand is a pro program digital you'll see read speeds maxing out in the low to mid five hundred's right speeds that max. Out in the mid four hundreds to low five hundred execute e-cards, both Sonian Belkin scarred. Currently max out read speech run around four forty rate speeds around four hundred megabytes a second. So one time I actually got a question on explorer regarding the memory card article, I wrote and someone was asking would it be better to use an execute D card versus Nestea card. So I was able to get my hands on a deed fifty that. We just had laying around of the I was able to do a quick test. Doing continuous bursts large raw files on an execute card versus Alexa, UH S card, and what we found was that with the execute card that the camera buffer cleared out in about three to five seconds using the US to ST Carta took about eighteen seconds declared instilling that was interesting was that once the buffer filled up with the next cue card. The camera never really stopped shooting at just shot at a slower rate once the ST card filled up it stopped shooting into. All right. Well, that's good. The mel. Going forward. Imagine more. I mean is there anything that you know, or can see into the future in the sense of what you know will come back flash. Be going away are more cameras can introduced see fast and other formats, and what do you think on that? I don't think that compact flash is going to be going away because they're currently too many cameras that support compact flash. Although compactflash card to aren't being updated anymore. One thing that is worth mentioning is that hopefully later this year, we'll be seeing SD cards that use envy. Emmy flash media. Those cards are going to use the seven point zero spec and they're going to support capacity to two hundred twenty terabytes well and speeds of nine hundred ninety five megs a second. So that's what the future of ST media's looking like, wow, it's interesting to know. Okay. That wraps up another politics worthy episode. Thanks again to Peter is Greg from Western Digital sandisk and pantry Namias from N T. I lex aren't of course. To a very own JP palace. 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Naomi Osaka / Sascha Bajin Split - Why? Wawrinka & Monfils Roll Back Years; Mertens, Opelka Make Their Mark

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Naomi Osaka / Sascha Bajin Split - Why? Wawrinka & Monfils Roll Back Years; Mertens, Opelka Make Their Mark

"Hi, I'm Andy Murray. And you're listening to the tennis podcast. We are back in Alice spiritual home, it is the Putney exchange center. It is made law. It is Hello Catherine to go. Hello. Hello. How will your kitty's lunch pack that you've kid snack books? I bought it. But it's a it's got a cheese board all of its own really fill. It mini cheddars should be available marketed, children and adults alike. And we. Scrutton Matt I like children somebody off my age is in the vicinity, and we all the senate's podcast association with ten of graphing. We have so much tennis to talk about because we have not really been with you for the last couple of weeks 'cause we had our question special. It was recorded in the dead of the night after the men's singles final that Novak Djokovic one in Melbourne. You might have been able to tell sentences were not being strung together with the normal fluidity. And then we had special from the fed cut with Laura Robson and clan building Joe, Jerry Ola jazz. But we are now back together so fakes where to start I think where to start is with the current world number one and coaching situation. We're gonna get onto all the results and all that kind of thing. So much happens will will over the Fed Cup as well. But it is. I know it's a few days old now, the the Niamey's soccer is no longer working with sexual bio, but the fact is it's pretty extrordinary the way it's happened. And also the words that we've just heard that name your soccer has been using to describe the fact that they've separated she's over in Dubai at the moment. I think the gist of what she is that she had to get through your straighten open when she's which is pretty remarkable listening to to consider that she won the Australian Open when she was in in shadow coach that she just didn't really feel that comfortable around. Yeah. I mean, she reference this sort of first feelings all all manifestations of the feelings being in Charleston last year when she lost in Charleston as she came with the Cortin, she talked about kind of feeling down didn't she? And she she now crow frenzies that as a symptom of or at least part listen to move her disaster action with with the that relationship with arrangement, which is extrordinary given that she's once gone slums and risen to world. Number one. In the meantime. Yeah. I mean, the when the initial story break with a tweet from Namus. Okay. It was it was not a woman to eat. That was it was all about what wasn't said. She didn't say anything controversial. But it was even less warm than the Djokovic Agassi split tweet. And that same thing. And then oversee is this kind of been a void until she's she's topping divide this week. She's she's done around table. She's given some sim quite interesting, particularly to the and and reading as well sport three sixty. Again. I I still think this a lot of interest in in. What's not being sent this definitely big pregnant gaps in what she's not saying? But she saying she was not be and she puts. Happiness and mental health ahead of her success on the court, and and she and she's confident enough to say, I believe I he's not the reason for my success. She's not slacking off and saying he had nothing to do with. It was all legistor. In a euro. Deceived by the whole thing. She's just saying I'm the wilder born thanks for everything you've done. It's not worth me being on making off of a contribution to my success for me to be unhappy for it. And she says she's looking for another coach, she's she's a Japanese play his name. I haven't heard of this annex player this week in Dubai, but she said that that's a astound in sort of road just says she's got someone there with a remote must be a turbulent kind of the week for her. Things looks like madness. She's being with this guy for year. She's one Indian Wells. She's won two grand slam singles titles. She's become world. Number one. What's not what's not to like about? Those results is what people might look at. Regarding that split again, as you say, we don't actually know if there's a sort of an incident or a series of incidents that have gone on between them actually think with heard more about it than than I would normally expect to hear about a coaching split because she has in her in her actual interviews as you saying Dubai really been quite fourth. Ryan quite open, or at least detailed how much she's not telling this week, no idea. But I you used the words mental health. I think that that so interesting that are player we so often see a plan. Just follow. Don't we pledge? Just get told what to do by coach or parents do it Wynn. And just don't question anything else in their lives except that. And she's actually showing correlation isn't cool sation is there's a lot more to life than tennis. And she had the. Potential to to be born and teatime grand slam champion before shebeen with ever part of her life. And yeah, I mean. Without knowing the full story. And we genuinely don't do. I don't know anybody that that does obviously this plenty of speculation. But I really don't know of anybody. That knows what went on. So without knowing that the word that strikes me is discomfort. She seems to be uncomfortable with him for whatever reason. And and these these people that you I mean the relationships in coach and a player is. It can be a really weird. I mean, no is not a noble amount time to spend with somebody. You know, choosing in a you're choosing two reasons. I mean, yes, you have to have a connection with you not chosen purely on the basis of how were Joe with the. If you think about team sports football club, rugby team applause, a coach and employs the plaza. And here you've got the player who's the boss employing somebody to tell them what to do in order for them to be better. And I mean is it is a weird combination? And it is such a precarious profession, isn't it? Look at Simona Hallam. She she finishes with Dan k hill. She has a trial period with teary van clipper twos. In Australian Open coaching David Goffin, they split halfway through. He comes on board and coaches for the for half a week to to get to know one another more or less time than the conic Sharapova relationship. That's my even benchmark. There was never go around. It was never move beyond. The trowel stakes. Over was one match with Connors, and I actually forgotten that one cranky. I think he's probably few could away. So he's all right. Jerry Vancouver has actually being with several quite high profile players in in Belgium and Goffin's five years. And then he came to he was in the support team bucks throughout the week. She reached the final her level of play against a leaner fitter, Lena was just. Awesome. And it was an inspiring match. One of the best matches of seen all certainly this year and up there with the probably in the top ten matches of ever see. It's unreal. Just mind blowing the goods JJ, LA high fiving believe was I was looking for other people who I didn't know to high five and then pointed at much she didn't. Get kicked van clean put down onto any stage during the week and cream. I been very honest with his segment saying, I didn't help her, you know, she reached the final because of her own qualities. Merit. Isn't that nice to hear really good to just be honest about it and say, look, this isn't a relationship that's going to work. He said he prefers working with younger pies. He said developing them, but you know. Have been well number one. She's in a completely different position to other people his within the past, and that isn't something that's going to work. So why go down that route just been into already see on the basis of absolutely no, personal knowledge might not help other than having interviewer fee times. You know, seeing what we who's in? I believe this main holidays on a journey to realizing she can do this on rain. It's all about so freeloaders Asian so fulfilment all of these. Sitting around the Joshua tree type words, I think it's about her realizing she might choose to bring somebody on. She. I I don't think she's going to spend the rest of her career without the coach. But I think it's it's she's going through a processor realizing, hey, actually need somebody that necessarily something hill said. Eighteen months ago is that he thinks that you have probably four or five years with the plan when you just deposit all of your knowledge, you give them everything you've got. And they're probably don't need you after that. And that she didn't have quite along with him. But she definitely will was saying in in the interview she gave it coordinate the other day that. I want to just think about all those things that we learned together in the he told me over the period of time. And and I think you're right. I could definitely say whereas soccer is said she plans to get a coach in place before the wells. You get the sense is gonna just see how this goes a little, and I could say during I could even see her having a period of time without a couch, and then he'll come back. I mean, it's not relationship is by no means done in dusted. We're not we're not anymore. Get the impression K who's probably texting her on this line coaching all the time. That must be a little bit difficult for a new coach. Never know that relationship. Just just the sound Celica. I think clearly there's been some kind of snow right down in their relationship. But equally we probably shouldn't be surprised as we all when these relationships with coaches and after a period of success because we keep saying it, which you know, the that's been to the bandit around this week is that the reigning grand slam champions on the women's tour. No longer with their coaches Kerber stick with. Sat along with k hill an hour sock biting like a little bit further since Stevens and Kamau married now they've got their own individual reasons, but there is a trend there of sort of reaching the top of the mountain. And then when you go from that, you know, resetting the goals is difficult thing sometimes fresh ideas and a new coach might be a way forward. It's like Jovovich did. Mountain shed everybody around him realize that wasn't through went back. But maybe you just needed to. Well, probably didn't just need to go through that. You know up. He will process to had just carried on with my father and his team. He probably own might not now be retrieving the results that he is. Because he went through the the woods come out the other half coaches because that's what you do when they get to a serve me. I mean, definitely feel that that's happened with the super coach mentality. I think that's part of the reason jock which were so excited by the idea of Agassi's because that's what you do. You know, oversee done it with Becker that it works. And I'm the idea of having somebody any books that you want to impress when federal on Stephan Berg, I think it was because he was not struggling for motivation is struggling. The spoke. Oh, maybe in having his child his hero when his folks and wanting to impress him. Significant. It wasn't just a big name to the sake for. Everyone's getting big names that was really specific kind of few could have anybody to coach you the tennis. Who'd you have. Have. Mary gorilla. Mary any chance in Catherine's looking. She kind of a coach when she. She should just by see all of our life coaches. Considered it. Man, Mary have man. I mean, he's not available yet. But Andy Murray what? Because when Magnus Norman. In the world. His name. Come on what a coach discuss. Macro snowman right? What else have we got to talk about? Let's go from current time backwards. What happened last week one and a half was that Raleigh appel care won his first title, and and he's six eleven although apparently closer to seven foot, and he seven for arms he beat he'd be in the semi's Janis ner six seven seven six seven six including a sixteen fourteen time break, and there were eighty one aces and joins. Katherine that blunt as ever on how many people. Money phytology, if I gave Cristobal my said, this is the manager. This is going to be which we will had because we need it. That was the match. I was going to be how much money, which if patriotic English pounds bearing on David's his wallet today in money. Extra valley to preview. Forgot my wallet cousins, very nice big coffee to see me through the day. That's the sort of spirit. We have here on the tennis podcast. David pens. Who? My coins of the Australian Open see I get in free these days. I find it hard to. Hard to. The better way to put it is the thing with sort of matches. I would sit through them for sort of. Freaks. It's kind of just the. How silly? Time into to be. I'm afraid everybody knows is look at me. And I'm not talking about the height. I'm talking about the absurdity of how silly my game, scoreboard wise. But that's that's that's because there's not an awful lot to get your teeth. I always remember back in the day. Pete Sampras played gave Fauchet in the fine of queens nine hundred ninety five and I remember the presentative. So I think John Medallon five live at the time saying to Tom Gullikson. I think it was it was the pundit. How do we get infused by this because the Renault rallies, and he's and he said, well, you just have to enjoy the quality of the serving. And unfortunately that wasn't enough. And that's one of the reasons why they slowed the sport down how long did you enjoy the freak funny for and under sin V is not at Wimbledon last year. That's the thing. It wasn't. It wasn't an enjoyable tennis body and just get over the line somehow somebody this is the this is what I kind of think of is rule like moment. Counts of is no matches are brilliant brilliant and intense the interesting, but normally that breaks because you've got a bit of jeopardy. Suddenly you can win the point. I mean, I can't say in the Serb, but players can and therefore you get ten moments in tiebreakers. So, you know, I would I would watch the is no polka tiebreaks. That'd be great source of intrigue and sixteen fourteen. He saved six match points. That is great. But it's the journey to get there which you have to kind of endure, and it's it's the same with the final away with appel. Kawhi I tuned him for literally the last twenty minutes who's this? Brayden Schnur who is I remember that grace. Canada. He doesn't bounce the ball. When he when he serves like Thomas Enqvist. Chris didn't know he did one. He didn't. I was I was looking this out and. We went to missing this reissue straighten open. Final ninety-nine wasn't it. Two and a half. Can we just end with you too? Memory of Thomas, and Chris depressing is I I spent fifteen years watching the entirety of Thomas Chris career. And I was not aware that she planned the champions. Didn't even know that he didn't. Anyway this. Brayden Schnur is actually the second second week in a row the guy without an ATP Witten as reached an ATP final because in court about two weeks ago guy called one Ignacio Llandough, which the rich the fan on won the tournament and this Schnur reach the final in New York. And then lost her. Any one Ignatio long data have you long? They're quick facts. Well, I just gave you the Bill. Four possibly infinitely more than Schnur Argentine. Sure. Because I felt about the departure didn't play some please they had oftentimes success. Can we just give it quick note of appreciation to Johnny's no for getting ninety two percent? In tennis. Do that sort of. Yeah. That's the equivalent brilliant staff to that terrible of Tatyana Maria with seven percent second. What was it? Tire match when you only miss your first four times. In the match against a penalty, he Eighty-eight percentage, and he stills most. Eighty six aces in his last two matches. And I believe the poker is a tiny bit tool than him. Or at least claims to be all that must be the first seven foot player, and he feels like he's finally fended off EBay call which I know isn't officially retired. But he's a leading for a lot of people think appel con. Appel can really could do something in the sports. You know, sneak it serve. You can win big have you have you read that? I mean, he's twenty one years of age. I think he's had some some injury issues last couple of years. I mean, literally getting used to that body putting it through the rigors of professional tennis when you're a teenager. I think that's a real challenge for for for him. The flying. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Just ripple the seats out. But the fact that he. Has won this title twenty one and the draw people bronchial said it for coupla years now that he thinks of all of them. He's the one and Andy Roddick set on social media today. He's he's good young Americans live Tommy pool in Taylor threat. Yeah. Wow. I mean, I know Patrick McEnroe rated has rated here foes, the highest of the mall for one out. But appel could just what you do if that guy serving what we said that about Janis ten years in isn't going to be interested in Winnipeg. See this is where I look at the big service. Yes, when they come up against each other. It's a tough watch. Yeah. But I've always enjoyed what she mills rounded against the Murray. Is playing one another just as there are other contrasts. There are other star much much is that just a one win college for serving as after as and then I think it was about eight he played federal Wimbledon about third round and college hadn't been broken all the way through this ornament. And in the first came he was broken by federal, and it was just watching this genius trying to decode the serve and blunt. It was fantastic. So yeah, we go fifteen years. So well done Rania palca who else is one stuff this week. We've we've had at least Mertens who we must mention who had had a terrible Europe. Until now she'd she'd only one I think to she's all year, she lost third-round, the Australian Open. She lost first round in the in the other Australian events she played she'd lost both of number. For me the week before. She lost at home both of affect Cup singles matches and then just suddenly got on a roll. She lost no sets at all in the in the routes through to the semi finals ended up playing Kerber one that and three and then she overhauled Hallard from six three two down and halacha just one eighteen points in a row. I'm never seen months play. That will no Australian Open semifinals love strip. But. I was really blown away by an Eastman's the the strength of the timing the two I know you don't think for is a power player. And that's I think partly because of what she looks like actually he close your eyes and liquor has sort of stature. Pel timing because she's not giving these cultural swings. She she put the ball is thinking of the direction on the bulls savy diner where it's going. And. Yeah, so impressive. She turned around against looked to be just a women on a a total mission after that win every Spitzer leaner. It's it seems just so destinies. You've got over the big hurdle. Now, it's a formality that's unfair to Mertens host Elise. Certainly pretty significant mental triumphs. I would say both Italina who gave that wonderful quote afterwards. I decided I was never gonna give up against this player again because she admitted she had done twice in Rome and was two four down in the head against can spit Selena. And in the match self she's one four down. And I mentioned earlier just if you get chance to watch this Marcia gay just try to suspend your knowledgeable happens because I can't think of a more uplifting tennis match than than what I witness is three cents. And it's possible. She she ran a steam Lynn the final she had a sh-. She had a lot of exertion in the Fed Cup. Then she I mean Simone Hallett PS really wants to win the Fed Cup. I didn't see any sort of point here. And there in some gifts of cement in her fate cut much is. But there was a look in awe. Oh my goodness. I mean, she left over the team anguished again congratulate was when they won, you know, it was fantastic. See should. Simona Halep is coming and less. How it folds push. And then she should be all of it in shape. Yeah. So they were without convertible checks, but still beating the Czech Republic's. Three two in the Czech Republic. Lost home the ten years. Czech republic. The hadn't lost in the car on home soil for decade. And and it went to the deciding doubles, and it was senior Kebir an creek. She Kober the Wimbledon Roland Garros champions from last year and thinking money's on them, Nicole rescue and beggar wasn't it. Niculescu? That's right. She gets on against slowly whole Simon. I was impressed. Monica. Imagine how to be slice and dice try that doesn't work. It was impressive for Hallett after the physical and emotional exertion of affect Cup week to to fly all the way to Doha and really reached the final. And yeah, the thing about men's she said, you know, you saw more impressive level of tennis from her this week than ever. She basically said that well, she values this tied to more than regional semi final because three tops as in a row, but kurban Allah and. He's talking of massive uplifting. Sights on a tennis court. We saw a few of those in Rotterdam. Wrapping? Well, that was a particular massive uplifting. I need to watch it again, just to just really really hone in on the lyric fully as you on the internet. Produces again. And so I will be going to watch that after this podcast the I mean, he here she had a decent week. He goes to the semi finals. Didn't he I think he got a winner Thomas Burke along the way, but really the ins. Incriminate scissor. It's it's memorable that tournament of a C for gamma of winning it and doing an amazing job. But all must feel like I am going to remember it more for Stanford Rinker his shot making the joy that he brings sunny to me when I watch him, and and the offense he has on tennis crowds that the combination of the of the the goal that he has to go for some of the shots that he goes for. And the fact that he can pull them off with this flourish, and then leashes roar. And he's he started roaring before the crowd notes has name, and it just goes right through your gives me goosebumps watching him and considering where he was a year ago. Remember attending is first press conference in Australia ahead of his comeback. And he just decided to come back in Australia because his words of got to start somewhere and his knee. When you look to them. He looked like he was on somebody else's legs. They didn't seem to really belong to tennis sanguine. Didn't they? And it was really I felt. As hard as watching Murray, but it was going towards that you you. I thought we were looking at finished. Cool side to watch him play. Andy Murray at least born and that was in Murray ended up leasing to call it in the next round in what I found a really depressing depressing much Andy Murray perspective, and I know you stand on grow of is never been. It's never looked quite right. But. The fact that he lost money marine in to think it was too pretty convincing straight-sets he was in. I mean that was late June of last year. He was in a bad way. Then a really bad way. And I thought I looked at both of them. And I thought and they were they were playing these rallies. And there was all my SIS smile on this face faith there. But they was something mood in the respect and warm tea plays that have been three injuries t plays that have sort of. They have so many things in common in muscled into into into the big, three, etc. Etc. But there was this look on their eyes of the person wins his much is going to be the one. That's least crook. We're both short here. That's what I saw them say to see the Rinker I'm gonna say vintage, but I never thought he'd be anywhere close to us. Oh remote Saddam anyway. Himself what he woke? And and the winds got back that up who could beat again, say pan. Brownish avenging that defeat that he had to illustrate in Oakland, which I must say I thought it was one of the underrated most brilliant matches of that tournament and the first first glimpse of Reverend showing the kind of form that he has two or three years ago. And then he beach with make sure and Corey who quarterback. That was like a throwback because because we've seen quite a bit of this generation. Kind of. I don't know. Nobody quite knows how to pigeonhole that generation of detro- ranch rink doesn't deserve to be in that because he's done so much more than those of the players is. But I do love the way this these older plans are just refusing to go away. And it struck me when he was playing on fees in the final that you've got two guys. They don't need to be playing tennis. They're doing it because they still believe they've got more to offer. And because well, they must love it. And and I found that really just heartwarming to honest, a loved watching those and the thing about drinkers if he can keep this level, and maybe go up even a couple more noxious here is going to be a really significant plan this year because if there's one guy who can trouble never Jaka Vicente grand, slam stem, Rinker we've seen in Paris is a complete issue finals is is it is it too. When you say. Para months in the quarterfinals of open, and he's he can be a complete wrecking ball to anyone's game in any. And his ability to be wrecking Buber also to keep it up over best-of-five-sets wrecking booze out there. But not any that you trust to do it. Comes up with all the best stunt. And diesel where it's not fair to talk about the event without talking about the bloke who won because galman fees is probably certainly one of maybe the top five most for strating talents. That tennis had in the last twenty twenty years. So because you I've certainly fell two times that we're gonna see more from him that he's going to break through remember when he played the down in the fine of Monte Carlo and he'd beaten Dimitrov and federal to get there. And he looked like he was just going after his shots in a way that he's never done before or since. And and I still feel a little short changed by his career. But when we're talking about Niamey soccer and mental health. I think that I don't known face. But it just get the sense that he's another case study of somebody. It's not fair to just. Have a one-size-fits-all approach to assessing. I think there's a lot more that goes on with him. And then there's a lot more that goes on with every player, and well, I'm just pleased that he's got another great time on his CV. And hopefully, he will do. Yeah. I mean, I went through periods off to that gave teamed up with Michael Tillstrom and reach the. USA semifinals that was the most significant results of coordination of the time together for me. And I really thought mafia finally happening. The Stephanie something about that relationship that worked in and they were see said we're going to this. Now, this is this is it this is we are going to whatever whatever it means. We're going to fulfill your talent. And then and it was really not semifinal happens. And it was just so weird and awful commission. Commissioner Reverend comedian twenty sixteen and it was a six love, sir. And he came out he came out, no believing. He I thought he watched the seam on. From the Australian Open that even Simone to the seemingly completely honest salable which Jovic that were headline him to drop his Simone ticket defy by completely slow-ball AM and giving him junk basically and Murphy's who. I know. Here's a look variety in game. But that US opening night year until he wasn't playing that way. Most of the time he was playing proper tentatives believing in himself for tennis. But you know, what? I mean, he was playing the tennis. He's most capable of the most effective tennis for him. And then he go into that match. Is that Gordon just thought I'm not good enough? I'm gonna just do with things stand. Eight meters on the baseline, everyone just went, and I felt a little bit depressed at times watching Murphy since thanks of just thought I really believed in you. And you don't believe in yourself. And that's sad. And I just felt this sort of a key feeling I. I. I believe he wanted somewhere in there. I wouldn't for you. But it's just not gonna happen. I think he believes he wants is not necessarily the same as we assume that all tennis players want. I think that some some of this curious I that they define the success or failure in terms of just share titles. Find that. Being curious. I think curious wants it an awful lot more than he tells us wouldn't work harder. If he did wouldn't he we've been three this. I think he's the Sofretu mitt to himself how much she cares. But I think he works harder than he'll be they should be ready. Failing Choi econ I know what you mean. But it's our definition of success and failure. We're putting that on the mountain. I think that they what they share in common is a love of of of moments of experiences of making the crab get up on the feet and go out earth of you just done that the buzz and was historically that is an underwhelming. Thing to take with you. Because you can't put that in the record books. I think that's maybe what gets them going. Boy's mum faces kind of he's been a highlight reel. Claire he's he's been to ten minutes. He's he takes joy from it. And that's that's kind of the only. This sounds. And maybe a bit croup that's kind of the only joy, you can take from feces career because he's had these moments, but you've also talk about him with sort of modal verbs and could have should have might. He's he's never fulfilled. He's never fulfilled anything that. He's promised in this eighth career title. I mean that just isn't many for this is this is technically it's biggest title. I think he Washington was a five hundred this is a five hundred. So, you know, in terms of pure. This one in the year that Andy Murray one the US open genius. He won the other three genius lambs. But I think so if you if you take that away you can just enjoy face as tennis, but he's he's for straightening because you want him to do more. And I find it very difficult to watch face without that since frustration. I try and not let it creep in trying. Just enjoy the mother off people are quite happy to just enjoy the show. Some tennis fans and actually think probably maybe even the the the casual occasional tennis fan is particularly happy to say, you know, what I'm care about. How many slums? Moment. Curious, isn't it? You've got to eat. To get to the moments econ just show up for the moments usually you have to win three three grinding rounds against Pella to get to the big moments. No question curious has really been disappointing the last year or so. Question about that too. I don't know back with US open semifinal t much, but it really it was such a seminal fees moment for me because I accepted him as a a show real big moment player, and he didn't go out there thinking to moment here. I might lose. This is going to be swashbuckling again when get you call reference to head of that. That's my same sensation. Haven't seen him beat Federer and just knock him off the court, and it felt like you said he was ready to impose himself on on everybody. And I really I was at been won over by him in that week. And we never really sore again. Katherine we've been in this Putney exchange probably about four years. Nobody's ever said. Modal verbs. What is? Language degree coming out. Sorry. But the other thing about mom faces. I actually picked Spitzer Selena to win in Doha is in a really good place of core. And just. And supplies fees. He does seem to be in quite a good place. He was normal focused intense on the call. I know we have seen this before. But if he's in a good place at the moment, his tennis Conforto. But it just I don't want to get to about this week from face. It's great as as a achievement on its own. But I think it's difficult to another big picture because we have seen these things before I'm not sure he's necessarily change this week. I'm glad you brought up your failed prediction. Because that was in in our newsletter predictions of which country went Angelique Kerber twin? Sorry, that's. That's. That's the Instagram the joint Instagram account gem whose line, right? Okay. So yeah. Which I believe is it's the initials G go Alina and Murphy's as vita Lena lying. Well, it was people doing an apostrophe narrow isn't it wouldn't like friends or something? With right with the four stocks between. This up gets custody. The Ascom accounts editing you need partner. I should say Catherine just being trying to distract us from the newsletter predictions, which we made. Coverings for tolina, Diane. Neither happened. I. I think that's an honorable Wego the semi furnace. Let's high for five man win, and they didn't at least we. The competition. Even let you say the. Is knowing me so much. I went to Greg wisdom teeth taken out in five minutes. Don't put him in about mood down here. Here in front of the five minutes after that, Matt. And then I can get it out. Yeah. I said the Briton withdraw Fed Cup home. And they did literally toss the coin predicted. He predicted heads or tails for newsletter. Richard sign up to if you like to predictions every single week, thank Kuiti content. Mostly policy content. That was absolute drivel cutter new very upset. But I got it. Right. Is what happens? So what else are we going to talk about Karen hatching of is a bit of a bad time at the moment. Four wins full of any cities having health issues. So hope he's right. Seems like say that sounds to me like I mean that some injury. Does it sounds like illness sounds like it could be anything is known coming fifth place to have Mona plunge to fever that sounds like something in that direction? Changed racket has. Yes. For new sponsor, which I remember not healthy. I understand we can send you in a member. Why back when I went to Miami in about two thousand and two thousand one in Mark safm of top of the tree. And he changed racquets. I think from head to Dunlop time, and he was so dissatisfied with the version of the Reckitt living give him that. He he was taking his old racket and just painting. It the old colors. Believe is not that uncommon new colors them too. Display with whatever they want to pay. Sound federal last year? Midseason Saudi plane with a load of white pain in sort of the middle of the head suspicious. And then and then he reverted back to the old black frame, and as far as I can tell us the same record. It's actually just sort of when he swings. He sees the white and against the black. He didn't like as much as what he used to prefer with the why against the red just as well didn't after even I straighten open he checks to head. The same move action was made. Well, you could still sponsor side exits absolutely fine. Play with the heads, do you? Yeah. Well, I mean. Rematch hasn't happened yet. Five years. Matt what happened in where was it? When is areas this last week? On the time. Yeah. That was one by Marco chicken outta who's won his third career title. Is anyone thirty three matches? He's got three times last person to beat Djokovic to the grand slam. Indeed. Come out with that. Just players here is a long time in Tennessee less than year is a long time tennis. But and I think this does raise does kind of raise an interesting point about the way these toilets scheduled because Schwartzman. Okay. He was playing doubles in is with the guy likes time dominant team but Schwartzman, you know, the kind of those sort of what is this session semi finals and shorts from on really light. And then come back reasonably early the next day not want to get jobs done quickly. It was not fun. I check Chanel. So is a delight to watch on clay when he's on. Because he spreads the coal. Just amazingly with at one hundred back canning. He's obsessed with dropshots. He does too many. But when they work their fun fun either way on Joe. Joe fun. Trove shantelle J conto that it didn't go even name. Sort of brain cramp elements. Dropshots you can't go wrong and definitely being shows. Right. Jim when he kept doing them brashly. He couldn't conceal disgust founder to wasn't. She'll seem injured once in Monte Carlo something marriages shutting him and the crowd or just during that Frank his. They tried to ban dropshots way he actually banned Andy Roddick for wearing vice. On the subjects Jill Simone. We must mention down there Medved because he's the other bloke who too many Carrie mentioned on on Twitter the other day that it was one of the moments of the year that Medvedev actually tried to be it should his own game. And out last him, the Australian Open and remember being as called side commentated on that. And that's exactly what he was trying to do. And I set well, two and a half cents. He did it. It was just so interesting to watch. And then to watch him with this. Able to. Fake. With that little line and go off and have a wisdom to take a little packs lunch people. You're actually says on the label kids snack. It might be solid food for days. I'd go out on a high chase string high. Katherine. Sorry denial. I think this player, and I mean, you know, he's filling out today. Katherine them kind of looks like I said, a lanky assemblage shortcomings doesn't as it's like. Listening. In Saudi with technique, and he doesn't look like a top tennis player, and yet, he's brilliant. He's he's these shortcoming sampled, these strange techniques, and the fact that he's not built like a lot of the other. Lancair? No, absolutely. No. I am. And yet he's. He's kind of cold, and you just be you know, what you mean? You do you think how are you doing? He's winning all these matches against these people who are more powerful bigger muscles. And. Grownups. But yeah. And he's really good. He sort of is deceptively good because he's, but he's way because he's he's quite sort of methodical and mechanical and yet there's this mystery around and known quite can understand what makes him so good, obviously Biggs, and he's so solid from the baseline. And he was he was absolutely carving through the draws in severe way won the title, and he was going great guns in Rotterdam before stops. So he and his berry any points if and on the clay, so he's really one who's ranking could rise, and we can talk about action Avas, the Russian who is you know, I still think he will get in the top ten but Medvedev could also get those well. And he he also doesn't care one. Everybody thinks he's not even little bit. It doesn't seem the slightest. Bit folded, the everybody else talks about six thousand shepherd love of all the other players ahead of him. And he just fine. I'll just got win stuff. So I think is there anything else we've gotten anything of great note. A Davis Cup finals draw was made this week presented a expertly by the now departed country where together. Well, she did good job. We know that Beijing Britain have drawn Netherlands and they've also drawn in the group stages. Kennedy son, which is the same as Britain of drawn in the Fed Cup World group playoffs in April. I mean that is as good as it gets, isn't it. I mean, no offense. Disrespect to the Netherlands has spent that isn't I am giving the disrespect, but that is not a bad drawers. It was about as good as it could get especially when probably the to maybe the two favorites for the title Craciun Spain. When in the same group and also the United States and Canada they drawn. That's right. Yeah. I'm France and Serbia Jackovic's plays, and they're with Japan Michiko replace a really world ranking. I think the only team with a lower kind of highest ranked player in Kazakhstan evidence Columbia to really we got one of the best groups they hoped for. 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Episode 10: The Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones with Dave Schultz, Clark Evans, Kimberly Wood, and Julia Keller

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Episode 10: The Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones with Dave Schultz, Clark Evans, Kimberly Wood, and Julia Keller

"Welcome to Amazon the air. I'm Jefferson felt I am. I mean sense, then because Smith we're ready to podcast about all things weather water and climate. Sandy really exemplified a lot of the operational communication challenges associated with these transitioning structures. And what we're doing for tropical cyclones has merit. For how we communicate extra tropical cyclone impacts, especially since some of them are similar such as winds storm surge. This week between interview Jeff did. But several authors of a two part article series in AMS as monthly weather review. One of which was just published in the April twenty nineteen edition. The articles talk about extra tropical cyclone transitions, both of which are review articles and then capsulated pretty much everything we know up to now about the extra tropical transition of tropical cyclones. They also dig into the review process for articles that are this big and contain so much in depth conversations on articles that cover such important topics, something that we hope to bring to MS on the air a little more regularly in the future. It's a lengthy interview. So let's get to it. Thank you, all for being here. It's a special episode for Amazon the air because of the number of reasons. First of all, we just started doing more podcasts that were putting down on on tapes. Oh, speak about papers that are coming out Namus journals, and this is a double whammy because we're talking about two papers today, two part review of extra tropical transition and that alone, just having two papers in one makes it sort of fun. And we've got interesting spin on this as well, because not only do we have the authors or lead authors in this case, we've got Clark Evans from the university of Wisconsin in a walking, and Kim would from Mississippi State and Julia Keller who wrote the as lead author was has just published the second part of this duo, this tandem of papers in the April monthly weather review in Julius from the deutscher Bennett. In offenbach. Is that right? Yes. That's okay. And so during guests, the German meteorological service, so were all across various timezones. But it's great to have you all here together the other thing that's really cool about this. We have the chief editor of monthly weather of you with us. Well, so we can talk a little bit about the inside scoop on the process of these two papers, which I think, is really pretty interesting because having two papers, as, as a team like that is already an interesting process. Terms of review, I think, but the fact that these are to review papers is doubly interesting, for so review papers have been traditionally, kind of sparse in MS journals, but monthly weather view in particular has taken the lead in courage ING these kinds of papers, and they may be explain a little bit about what your philosophy is about review papers. And why it is that there's some portent. Thanks, jeff. They've review articles actually been a long. Outstanding department within monthly whether of you, so, you know this preceded by my tenure but when I became chief editor in two thousand eight it was really important for me that we get more of these review articles into the journal and start publishing them by that was important to me was because there were several review articles that had been published in Muncie. Weather of you in the eighties one at one in particular, on up level, fronts was very influential for, for me is, is a scientist, whose studies fronts, and it was very helpful for studying for general exams for a PHD and so forth. So as I said, when I became chief editor in two thousand eight was really important for me to see more review articles, more, well, written review articles that would kind of have the utility that would serve grad students other people looking for. General information? And so I went around and, and you know, start publicizing that we wanted more review articles, and when I knew people were working on articles that could be turned into reviews than encourage them to submit Smith them to month weather view and as a result, you know, we published quite a few of them, and they've been very highly cited there was several years ago. We had several reviews that were published and where on the on the web of knowledge most highly cited papers. So that was really pleasing to me to see the success that we've been having with review articles at Monte, whether of you seems review articles are a lot of work, but there's a huge payoff, like you said, terms of citations and generally, what they do for the field and for younger readers, especially a grad students at cetera. I know I'm not a grad student, but I learned a lot, and I learned a lot from these two papers. So I think it's. It probably goes beyond even the graduate student community to pretty much anyone in the field. Who's had their attention on some other areas or may be have been following it in kind of curious to see where the state of the field is I'm wondering in taking on review paper. So from your perspective as an editor is it a different kind of beast, so to speak? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I've set this a vision for a higher standard for these review articles that they're going to serve, you know, bigger portion of the community that people, you know, outside the monthly weather of you readership, you know, typical readership, you know, may find these papers useful. So I want them to be high quality at one them to speak to a larger audience. Not just the people who are interested in this particular topic. And so, yeah, we have high expectations of these reviews. Of course, not all the ones that have been submitted a month weather view, like regular articles, not all of them survive. For most articles month weather view. They receive two or three reviews from usually anonymous peer reviewers for most of the reviews. We've done that monthly whether of you since I've taken them on board of had four five or sometimes six reviewers, and then I myself also right comments for the author to help shape, the readership of, of the manuscript, making more readable, you know, and catch things that I see with the manuscript to that may be the reviewers didn't see. Or maybe they're focused more on the science and, and getting that, right? And, and, you know, making sure that all the citations are in there a more incident in oftentimes, the readability of it. How it's structured does it communicate to the right? Science. And I, I wouldn't I don't wanna sell anything short haired, all I want people to know Dave that I've read a lot of your papers over the years in one of the things you do very well is dig into the literature and find things that people often miss in your review process as you're, you're working papers, and I'm kind of wondering, I get the feeling that, that you're often really motivated by the sense of discovery about what's happened in the past and how how it shapes and the ideas of today. And so, I know you take evident pleasure in this kind of. I'm also wondering, too, you'll Clark and Julia. And, and, and can maybe you could tell us a little bit about what motivated you to get into writing such a comprehensive review paper, we're talking about two hundred references, you know, her paper, this, a lot of a lot of groundwork when into this, and that enriches everything. Where did you get into the idea? The comments were made a little bit earlier about these reviews, serving great reference district graduate students and that definitely rings true for myself the first review paper on e that was written back in two thousand and three with Sarah Jones is the lead author and published in weather and forecasting served as a great reference for me, as I started in graduate school in two thousand and four had two or three copies of that paper that era marked Rover, highlighted and just used as I conducted my masters and later my PHD research, and so being able to have an updated reference focusing in my case on part one on the direct impacts overview of extra tropical transition for future students, or current students was foremost in my mind, but I think also I have to give a lot of credits to both Julia as well as to John Jack at McGill you. Diversity because the two of them really helped to spearhead this with discussions, spanning a couple of different WMO workshops, international workshop extra tropical transition, and twenty twelve as well as the follow up international workshop on tropical cyclones in two thousand fourteen and perhaps Julia could speak a little bit more to that. Yes. So as cloud mentioned, the basic idea for these to pay for bus barn at this Virk shops in the latest one in two thousand fourteen and after debt, we reached out to community to identify interest of people to contribute to this review. Papers mounted was also by the fact that it was kind of peak in ET Rhys research, probably about ten years ago or so partly also an association with WMO's far picks program, which ran from two thousand four to fourteen and during this time and not of research has been conducted into field of teeth. Since the writing of this first review in two thousand and free and the community at impression that it's time now to step back and see where we are at the moment what we know more about it than in two thousand and free. But also, what are of current open questions on the future challenges that emerged from that? And after these workshops that Clark mentioned we reached out to the community in organized teleconferences to see if there is interest. And also to get a community to get to work on these papers and during this teleconference, we basically decided that air is enough content for two papers with one focusing on the transitioning cycling itself, and one focusing on the downstream picks. And then we identify it Clark and Kim as the lead co authors for the first few paper and head of the close Jan coms and myself for the second. Few paper on dedom- stream impacts of AT that I have to say it was very easy choice to be willing to take on co leadership of the first parts having a great co lead in Kim to help out and just the community as a whole the extra tropical transition community is very close. Knit in very collegial community that has worked together to advance our understanding over the course of fifteen twenty plus years or so. And so knowing that there were a large number of people who are really invested in contributing and helping to facilitate the writing process, and the revision process that followed from it, as well as selfishly, I knew that I would be coming up for tenure a couple of years after the initial discussions of this paper got started, like, you know, this would be a really good thing to have on my CV as I was going up for tenure in addition to all of the other benefits to be derived from it. And so having that in the back of my mind, I'm like, you know, this, this is this is a good idea to proceed with selfish. Shauwie in addition to the unselfish aspects I don't have too much to add past what Clark said. But at the first workshop, they mentioned in twenty twelve. I was only a couple months out from finishing my dissertation. And so it's interesting to look back and see how far I've come. And I'm really honored to have been a part of this process to help future. Graduate students current graduate students in the broader community have an updated resource because I two relied a lot on the Jones review from two thousand three and I actually found my ear marked printed copy of that paper just an hour ago as I was cleaning up by office before this conversation. I I'm wondering, also from of just a purely scientific point of view given that this community is so close. Knit does that make it easier for you to right? This paper or harder just where these papers because you're, you're looking at a community that knows each other's work very well and works together quite a bit. I guess the field programs that are involved. You know, everyone's working from the same data sets or a lot of the same onnell's, and there's a lot of overlap. So does that make it harder to reach what you would call a community document or something that's really a consensus type of resource or easier? I think both are true. I think it made it easier because the community we have our constructive and creative disagreements at times, for sure. But being able to have such a large cohort of individuals, contributing helped really ensure that it truly was a community perspective on the document. However, from the writing perspective that made it somewhat challenging to blend fifteen twenty different voices different tones into a cohesive narrative. And that's something that really stood out in. Our first round of reviews that I will talk about a little bit later on, but Dave, and the reviewers sensed that it had the read more of a dissertation, literature review and some regards without as much cohesion or as flow as it could have had when you have one or two or three people leading the efforts, you can get that more readily than you can. When you're trying to put twenty people's contributions together and do so in a coherent fashion. Dave, how important is that to get that kind of flow? I often feel that review papers are really exhausting, unless there's a really strong viewpoint. But in this case, we're talking about a strong viewpoint. That's quite quite a built quite a bit from discussion and community effort, which is different than than some of your papers that I've seen so hail. How important is in how, how did the reviewers go at that? Well, that that's interesting that you brought that up the idea that so much of the community was. Vested in one or both of these papers meant that finding five or six reviewers for each one of them while very well couldn't pick co-authors now could I and I had to go outside the extra optical, transition community a bit too, to find those reviewers that's not necessarily a bad thing because as Clark pointed out the readability of these papers becomes so much more important. You're not speaking to the specialists anymore, who know everything about extra tropical transition. You're speaking to people who are knowledgeable meteorologist, tropical, cyclone, people synoptic types, but they would read this collection of citations. They would go now is this interesting. Why telling me this it may be very clear to the authors. But in this case, it wasn't cleared to the reviewers. And so pulling out that. That storyline rather than just paper ecstasy, paper wide that paper, Z did this, that those make for the various tedious reads that you're probably thinking of, and that's really what I want to avoid when we publish review article I want people to go, you know, I read that and I found that, you know, well, written and inciteful and, and there was a good underline underlining story there. Universal definition of EP does not exist. It's hard. It's difficult. If not impossible to find precise timing, which it's actually happened. And so I'm just wondering what did you learn from this paper starting right there from the definition has progress than me only about fifteen sixteen years after that, that Jones at L paper, so history moves very quickly in that Mr. science these days. What did you find? I think with found that it's still pretty challenging to agree upon a definition of what constitutes the completion of extra tropical transition, the two thousand three paper put forward the cyclone face space that, Bob heart put together in the early two thousands, and that had become sort of a defacto standard, but not one that was without its limitations. And there's been a lot of research in the past fifteen years, or so that have. Highlighted a lot of those limitations. But from both the scientific as well as an operational, or practical standpoint, we've found that there's not really anything that works better. That does a whole lot better. And so that led to a recommendation at December's international workshop on tropical cyclones in Honolulu to move forward with that cyclone face space, the defacto standard for classifying extra tropical transition. But I hope that this paper and the synthesis of the related research that we've provided does a good job of highlighting the shortcomings, or the limitations of utilizing that method as a black box, so to speak for classifying extra tropical transition Kim. I don't know if there's anything you'd like to add, I know a lot of the research that has been done to look at other met. That's came out of the group that you're a part of it, or Sona anything that you'd like to add, there, it's difficult to have a universal definition of. Not there, so many ET flavors, some of work, I've done showed how they will take different pathways than the expected becoming a symmetric before losing their warm core approach. So we work with what we have, but more work is needed to find something that is more universal by using perhaps, more high spatial resolution data sets or other techniques that are still in progress or could be further refined. But the short answer is e t is complicated and difficult. One of the other things that Jones at L P permission quite a bit was sort of boundary, layer conditions were unknown. There's need for sort of stepping real storms and getting real case studies together. It's seems like you're saying that the timing of this paper with made possible by so much work. That was done. Out in the field. Not just modeling studies that are actually out gathering observations what, what were some of the, the factors that made this paper possible. In terms of new knowledge in new observing new modeling capabilities at think focusing on part one some of the advances tied to the structural evolution, whether that be the expansion and ethylene of the Winfield associated with the cyclone from the very compact, rather symmetric structures. Tropical systems to the more asymmetric expansive structures. Typically see with extra tropical mid latitude cyclones, as well as the precipitation distribution again, going from more symmetric during the tropical face to more a symmetric during the extra tropical face. And then just a better understanding of the structural evolution as you go from that symmetric system to one that has frontal boundaries associated with it. And there are a lot of observations taken in the western north Pacific, and the two thousand eight or so timeframe, perhaps you would be able to speak more to those at really helped deepen our understanding we've been using as a field, those operations and others that have been collected since then, over the past ten plus years to really deepen our understanding not just general structural evolution characteristics, frontal developments precipitation, Winfield volition, but also some of the case to case variation, although there remains a lot that needs to be done in that regard, Farda feel campaign that Clark mentioned as the T power field experiment. Wasn't a context of our pics Pacific Asian Asian regional compaign in two thousand eight and had Ren for about two months, Lessing and the main focus was the investigation of tropical cyclones, and also dare extra tropical transition in the west north. Perfect. And never think site full of aircrafts in wolf than this compaign, which flights flew into free. Oh, four tropical cyclones there and provided a lot of data in particular on the transitioning cyclone itself, and the structural evolution and new types of measurements with waterway lied are, and so on. So this was a wealth of data that was available after the field campaign, and I think they've are the compaign Slater, which may have also contributed to the data. But don't have the details for them. It seems like even with all this new data a lot of questions even within the north Pacific, like I think you were looting to variability variations in the in the cases, they're still quite a bit to iron out. Is that a fair assessment cart? Yes. I think that's quite the fair assessment. And we highlight some of that, in part, one with regards to the Winfield dilution, whether you have a maximum of wins on the left side of the cyclone as opposed to the more traditional right side of the cyclone when it becomes extra tropical the influence of terrain, especially near Japan, but also the east coast of North America. And then as you get into part to a lot of variability from case to case in terms of the downstream development that Yuli would be able to comment on, I was fascinated Yuli. You had a really interesting, sort of, I guess, I would call analogy to music in your in your paper, talked about sort of the harmony of the, the transition with the larger scale through wave set up in these waves. Kinda lineup. Don't line up in that makes a huge difference in what the downstream in act is going to be trying to find that sentence for you. But you may remember. Was about the positioning of the various features in the atmosphere, making such a big difference, and Jim into facing probably between the tropical cyclone and the mid latitude flow, configure young execs. So this was a feature that was already known at the time of the rioting of I refu- paper in two thousand and free debt. Did downstream packed. But also the transition of psych on itself is sensitive on how to transitioning storm lines with upstream trough that may be positioned to its west. And since then, substantial progress has been made in food, identifying how tropical cyclone it self influences. This facing, and also the existence of kind of by for -cation point near the tip of this upstream, trough could be densify, and it depends on to. Which side of the this by location onto tropical cyclone is moving, whether it undergoes reintensify -cation on Xtra topical transition and lead to a downstream impact weta at rod. Dissipates with Aladin strong downstream impact. Yup. ET process can be interpreted as a resident interaction, which the Alec now, the resident perpet- the interaction part in that it seems like the pictures, even though this was known earlier that the pictures much more complicated release the details can start to be filled in a much more complicated way. Now, new even mentioned something about that. The pre conditioning of the atmosphere is a lot more than just the lining up of, of the disturbances. SF think one mater, advancement knowledge has also been made on the contribution of diabetic process, which it was clear that they play a role in the flip occasion. But since this, I refuse pay but not became more clear that day diabetic. Outflow of the tropical cyclone in the Petropolis, fears really important for amplifying this first downstream, rich, which of nece start of downstream development. And this, of course, depends on the availability of moisture benefit another wet of system has been in the area before and transported tropical moist air into the reach where the tropical cyclone transitioning, this kind of favors the development of ET as well. Yes. So this precondition as it is called as Radja recent finding we touch on it, and of paper. But this is also one point where mall research might need it into future to, to better understand process engulfed in this and the contribution to the eventual development. We'd be fair to say that when the motivations for the these papers in reviewing ET transition is, is that sort of problem that the complex. The of the situation, vol's, not just the motion of the air, but the moisture in the energy that represents in, in that until fairly recently that was extremely difficult to measure and observe in these specific case studies in, in find detail like the maybe this is an area that's going to open up in Nollie in the measurement and observation from satellite from various instruments, aboard airplanes or otherwise, but also in terms of the models, getting to the point where they can represent that better ES think the development of the models Novon hand on the availability to explicitly resolve convection, but also did increasing elibility of high resolution Asama, Farkas really helped to, to better understand these processes and in particular, for part, two of the refu- papers, I would say that these availability and this increasing. Kevin Bility's of the model played a crucial role in neighboring this new findings and in terms of the motivation for, for the study in particular, from the European perspective. It is also that we are located downstream of the transitioning hurricanes, and the western North Atlantic. And during this extra traffic transition, you can often of serve that the downst- that predictability in downstream reaches is decreased, which means in particular in Europe, we often have dip in predictability downstream, Fatih, and thus potential high impact that might be associated with ET. It's more challenging to predict fall forecasters. One of the decisions that was very positive outcome of the review process, I think was to lead off part, one with the description of sandy, and it's multifaceted impacts shoes, the mid Atlantic, and northeastern United States and then inland from there in that sandy really exemplified, a lot of the operational communication challenges associated with these transitioning structures from tropical cyclones tend to look over pretty narrow area near the center to non tropical cyclones that people tend to think are weaker but aren't always weaker, but are often more expensive with their impacts of both in terms of wind. But also in terms of precipitation, as well as wave action and here in the United States. At least we didn't really have a good system to be able to handle that transition. When you're looking at a case so near to land as a sandy wasn't thousand twelve I think that, that case does a really good job of. Highlighting, not just the structural changes. But the issues with predicting it and communicating it and I think later on in the paper, we really discuss the predictability of the structural evolution itself, the direct impacts, and one of the things that came out of that at least for me was that there's just not been that much that has been done research wise to quantify how well we can predict that direct him path of tropical systems during extra up transition, most of the papers. We ended up siding or about ten years old, and there have been dramatic advances in model development model skill since then, and you see that come across. I think to some extent part shoe with the downstream development, although that still is challenging problem intrinsically forecasts. But we really need to go back and look at that, from the direct impact standpoint with modern state of the art modeling systems to be able to better understand just how well we can predict those impacts even if we can get the track ride, even if we can get. The overall intensity right? Like we did with sandy, how well can we get the impacts? Right. And how well can we communicate that to a public that doesn't know as much about this processes, we might hope that they would communicating the impacts from a tropical cyclone and an extra tropical cyclone are fairly similar is far as some of the challenges, because people want to know where they are will, they get strong winds will they have to deal with straw, heavy rainfall? How long will they have to experience? Those heavy rains those strong winds and there's a lot of association placed with a system that has a name, so in they tropical cyclones situation. It's named and the National Hurricane center's advising on it. And we have products that they are continuously improving to talk about things like timing and duration. And I think we can learn a lot from that in communicating the impacts from a storm that has undergone or is undergoing extra transition. But as seen with sandy, there is a challenge in MS going to give that information, and when any handoff should occur, if a storm loses its name, so to speak people pay less attention to it similarly, to how many people take a threat of tropical cyclone less seriously, if it goes from a category, four to category. Two even though the system itself is expanding both its, Winfield, the extent of its precipitation, and here, I'm referring to hurricane Florence from eighteen what we're doing for tropical cyclones has merit. For how we could communicate extra tropical cyclone impacts, especially since some of them are similar such as winds and storm surge even though. We are entering areas, much less frequently affected by tropical cyclones. So if we can take advantage of what we learn from what the National Hurricane Center, and others are advancing for extra tropical transition. I think we have a good chance of improving that communication, but it does rely on strong accurate. Understandable forecasts of those direct impacts is Clark mention in seems. Once the transition is underway change is in the storm mean that the, the impacts are going to be a little different or the forecast. Also look at it a little differently because, for instance, we were talking about the expansion of the Winfield so that the there's looks to me like the peak is still there close to the center. But there's, there's a lot wider spread of high winds in the distribution of the winds. And also this question of whether the right side of the less side, poses a greater threat for wins, then the addition of the winds being a, an important force in terms of determining what the waves are going to be. So Kim this when, when you say the lessons of communications applied both ways. I think that makes a lot of sense, both for people who are doing the tropical warnings whoever's going to be doing the extra tropical warnings, but it sounds also like they should. These papers to understand the differences in terms of the subtle ways in which the threats could be great or lesser in different areas. Because the storm is of all that the better those issuing the forecasts understand the nuances, ideally, the more effective communication will be when they get improved tools to issue those advisories or those warnings Uley, would you say that the, the warnings and forecasting issues are similar a little different? We're from your do point in Europe, for us to forecasting issues are different because often, we don't get the actual extratr- because site flung coming all across the Atlantic to Europe. But we gotta get the site onset might develop downstream s regular extra tropical cyclones and for them. Of course, it's the same kind of the same challenge for forecast us than normal extra tropical cyclones that developed, for example, uring. The the winter season but often it's not re-. So we often have an uncertainty associated with how the, the track of the storm will be due to different probabilities on how the, the recipe wave pattern developed you to ET and how strong to rusty peccadillo amplify. And thus also house drum the cyclones may become you'll have in your paper though. An example from was typhoon Nuri in two thousand fourteen we're the again, it's sort of this. Wade downstream impacts. Yes. Nora was one of the, the maitre typhoons debt season to head the Utah impact also on. On North America. Because I think the storm itself trek nearly into close to Alaska and it was associated with Utah. Rich unprofessional over the western North American coast. And of course, trough than over the eastern part, and that also was associated with a heatwave in California and other high impact when feature. So that's kind of the same what we experience in Europe. Although the rusty way pickets that they over the Atlantic during or after eighteen they are slightly different than the ones in the western. North pacific. It's still not fully understood on wide. Is this, the case we assumed that it has to do with rusty waif raking in course? Oh, fatih. But it's also one of the open question said remained off to our after our paper and are mentioned in there as a future research need. These papers research needs, of course review papers, I would hazard to save what you see as the big research needs coming out of his paper and are any of them surprise to you now that you've done all this research and Tharparkar to, I would say that via realized it was kind of Keough to us. But some of the findings us still mainly based on case studies. So we have rough on the standing on what's going on. But it needs some more quantitative assessment or also more from climatological perspec-. Tive. To understand, for example, the impact of high of eighteen on deduct remember Lucia heightened picked, weather or also the pre conditioning. What we mentioned before this, another factor that is of interest. Which needs another perspective than only the case, study perspective. Many surprises for you in, in terms of where this set of papers is leading. I feel like one thing that was surprising to me was, we have a lot of observational data, but we could use so much more somehow. It's with a lot of science what we observe leads to more questions. And so now we need observations to help us answer those additional questions about you. Clark. Thank one of the things that stood out to me in preparing part, one was just how little has been done in terms of the wave impact in the way of Aleutian associated with transitioning cyclones, it's difficult to get out survey Sion's there at the atmosphere ocean interface during these intensive events. One of my professors, always used to joke that that's the job of graduate students. But I don't think it's that easy to put graduate students out there on boats in the central Atlantic, and gather the measurements, we might need to be able to help our understanding. And so there's just been little that's been done to understand how the wave field evolve. Senate tick, your activities on the wave ocean interface. Like wave-breaking seafoam things of that nature. And so there's still quite a bit that one could do. I hope that the paper motivates that sort of research, wherever it may come certainly the Winfield will have a direct contribution to that. But they're likely are other non linear processes that played too. I like the fact that we've now hit wave-breaking from two different perspective, the breaking of Ross p waves high in the atmosphere in way, breaking right on the surface of ocean. And I think that, that kind of encapsulates the breadth of these papers from defining, what extra tropical transition is all late to implicate in terms of communications in forecasts and warnings. And I, I guess that impressive breadth gets us back to that question about how you review papers like this, Dave, I'm. Wondering what kinds of surprises UC in, in the papers as they evolved in an how also did you handle that problem of reviewing such a broad range of issues? Yeah. That's a that's a good question. Jeff, because his chief editor anytime a manuscript that's been submitted to our journal appears in my in box. And it says part one at the end of the title that, that, that's that starts all chain of thinking in my head, like, oh, no. Now there's going to be a part two will there, be a part three even if there's only two parts so they coming at the same time or will they be spaced out? Will I have to get the same set of reviewers for part one and part two these review articles, you know, the naturally, they may be longer than a normal article look, kind of review is going to want to review the? Manuscripts and invest that much time in them. So it's always one of those things where I where I started to go. All right now I've got up my game. And, and you know, rise rise to this challenge and char, the breadth of material inside just one of these articles, let alone both of them together. Did make it a challenge. But as I said, before, this is one of the reasons why I like having a large number reviewers for these manuscripts, in part because I want these to be respected, I want them to represent a community consensus as much as that as possible. And so having a large number reviewers will give me more feedback, than than normal review process, but having a large number of reviewers will also allow me to pick and choose the different material. So, you know, people who have tropical cyclone expertise can bring that. Tobare people who have extra tropical cyclone expertise can bring that the bear people who have air surface. Air sea flux expertise can bring that and Jetstream expertise and precipitation and cloud physics. All these different aspects are entailed in these review articles to some degree having all the discipline, specific, let alone observational modeling theory, practical operational forecasting. All of those elements have to be entwined as well. So, so you see rapidly why having breath on the team who did the reviews and I really wanna thank those people for dedicating their time they know they know who they are. And we can definitely give a shout out to the reviewers that that's quite a task. And I like to think that what you're saying in a way is that by doing that by making sure that so many? Good is that we're willing to, to stretch so to speak to review? These papers were on, on the papers during the review process that you've got something that will withstand the test time. I think that's something that's been a hallmark of monthly weather review for what is one hundred forty eight years. Now, one hundred forty. That's great. Hundred fifty that's pretty incredible. So, so. But unfortunately given where we are with that Mr. signs moving ahead so fast. The took fifteen years to get to the review to redo the review papers, so let's project, maybe in seven years, you're gonna need another review paper on this topic. And in the meantime, you're going to have had a lot of other studies and review papers to fill in the gaps in, in other areas. Well, let's, let's be Frank, you know, I mean oftentimes review articles, get written and you know, kind of summarizes interesting period of time in atmospheric science, where someone felt the need to write these, it's very often that review articles get updated. And in this case certainly so frequently is, you know, just a, you know, fifteen years or so between the papers. So, you know, I think that, that makes it extra special and I think also indicates. As people have mentioned before how quickly the discipline has grown. I wanna think thank you. Dave for being part of this in, and helping me host this spring together, these wonderful authors in two amazing papers. And also, thank you Clark, and Julia and Kim for writing papers and for being on the podcast. Thanks for listening to this episode of AM on the air. If you want to hear more episodes, subscribe to the feed that you're listening to now. Or if you're listening on our website, just come back in a week or two. We'll have a new episode up follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram just find us at AMS on the air. And finally, if you can't give us a reading or view with love to hear from you. 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32- Being optimistic with Al Fox Carraway

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32:57 min | 3 d ago

32- Being optimistic with Al Fox Carraway

"Welcome the sprinkle with hope your host Shane and today we have an amazing guest Alpha caraway she if you don't know her is a writer multi-award-winning International Speaker She's an author of some books that she mentioned in her pocket. She really is so cool. I got the chance to listen to her speak last year and she is amazing. Yeah. This this podcast was so fun me and Shane really enjoyed it. Just her you know just the way that she talks and carries herself her her answers. You know she's been through some difficult times and like I think that we all have and she gives some really good advice on how to help deal with challenges and things. So stay tuned. Here we go with Al Fox caraway. To this. Welcome to our podcast with hope, we have an amazing guest with us today Al Fox caraway. Thank you so much for joining us. We really appreciate it. Thank you. In the middle of painting right. I. Okay. Did you were you around for the saga? We we. We were in a hotel for like thirty four days because closing on her house went terribly wrong. Now, we're in our house. See it for the first time as we're moving in and we realize. Oh we have. A work to do. Either Know it. Yes. Right. I have four different colored paints on my hand from Florida over color. Rooms. Awesome. That's going well. Great things happening over here, nothing to see nothing to see here. That's awesome out for our listeners who may not know you what you just give a little introduction of. Who you are and just a little bit about you whatever you want to say is fair game. So. I'm Al I'm originally from New York, I lived about eleven years in the West Coast divided between Arizona and Utah I got three kids and I write books and I've been public speaking for over ten years now. Into public. Speaking with. Well. define. Want. So. This is back in the day. influencers wasn't a thing blogs like weren't even a thing. intentional marketing like for yourself as a brand wasn't even a thing. All actually started with me bearing testimony in someone's like. You should talk to my young women's and I'm like, cool. What's that? I. Got. I got baptized now twenty one and it was a brand. So it just SORTA started within like a ward saying it just word of mouth exploded. So I've. been out of the country multiple times and I won a few awards with it and and I can't imagine not doing it but it's ironic because in college I got straight as. I don't know how happy there but it happened. But except one class of not only was it not in a I flunked at miserably completely, it was public speaking. So I definitely didn't actively seek out like I wanNA talk. How do I do it was like oh I guess I can do that since you're asking so nicely. That's awesome. Well, what? What's like the most exciting thing happening in your life right now? Not being homeless. Exciting Building. A Home I don't know life has been different people haven't seen changes because of Kobe but I was someone who is leaving almost every single weekend at least three weekends out of the month to travel and speak and everything got canceled soon. I'm just like hanging out. On a Lotta walks. We did move to New York. My youngest just turned one a few weeks ago both our kids other two kids learn how to ride their bikes a lot of family stuff happening Ladas Zoom conferences happening. You'RE GONNA still travel docker. Yeah Yeah I found that zoom is actually harder than flying because I got like a zillion kids in here. That are not quiet and it's A task. I'll pick it up I. Mean I released a new book in that was good in the for that season. So I think I'll just go now that the writing Grind Kinda lead up I'll go back in speaking see what happens the awesome. Yeah. But. Well. Yeah. So I have three full books out not including like forwards and stuff that I've done. So my newest one is wildly optimistic. It's gaining new perspective for life challenges, and this is probably the greatest thing to ever exist in my like the greatest thing that could ever come out of me. So each chapter is a theme within a trial. So a chapter would be like when we doubts when it's not what we wanted when goddess silent, when we don't know what's right when we want to give up and so those are the chapters and then it's just filled with. My Elias Man. My life is just a magnet for things falling in the habit of going from bad to worse to even worse like this is just a consistent. Things. So things are either going bad or it's worse or it's even worse. Those are usually how my life sits in. And so it's kind of it's brutally honest about those times or were screaming at God wondering where he is if he cares about us in how to find him in those times where we don't hear him in how to keep going when we just don't want to anymore and when we put so much in and we're not seeing anything come out. So that's my newest book. That's awesome. I. Love that philosophy because I you know I mean I've had some pretty hard challenges myself in life and I love that outlook that you know when those times like we feel that there isn't anything there's no hope and. His lost that. That we you know if we just push a little bit. We hopefully will find that hope right or and we'll get on the other side of it. Yeah. So I'm like. I feel like ache. I am by nature an optimist, and that doesn't mean like you're happy all the time or that bad days don't come. It just means that even on hard as you know that it won't last and better better ones are coming at their something to learn and cherish during everything and it means your proactive in your moments of crumbling you look for lessons and opportunities in light and I feel like, I do really good at that when the uncharted unwanted and unexpected come up I almost feel like I'm like, cool. What's going to come from this? But what's hardest for me is passing time so I can be I. Don't WanNa say excited about bad things happening but a little bit because i. Have Optimism in state to be like, cool. What's GonNa come from this because I know something will. But what's hardest for me is the passing time because I feel like your faith runs a little bit thin and your optimism gets a little exhausted, and then you feel you get to a point where you feel like you almost earn your earn the trial to be over by doing the right things. Does that make sense and so it's like the cycle that I go into where I'm like okay. Cool. Great. This is this is great and you go at it more than weeks pass and then months passed and you're like, oh this isn't great anymore feel like something should have happened by now. And it hasn't. So what does that mean and so I've been learning the lesson over and over again and There is another way to look at things what is and I've learned that. God. Knows something we don't what is and so That's kind of the mindset that I tackle things on yle. I'm going to the psych. Love. Cool. Wait what. Oh. Yeah. I'm sure you feel like you're still in that cycle by moving from. Arizona back to New York at and just being in a in a hotel for so long that you probably felt in that cycle and like win as his can end. But now you're in a home in your remodeling. So that's great. That is hard to keep that perspective though. I like to think of the women she the the one with the blood disease and she's the one like reaching out in desperation trying to grab his close and I feel like life. Has Its way of sometimes metaphorically or literally. Just. Brings us to the ground and sometimes we just field buried in the crowd and crowd and and. We don't know who she is. She's not named in Scriptures, but how much we can sometimes relate to her where you put everything in and you're not getting what you want out and we feel unnamed or alone or unimportant and. And I mean, she went her whole life investing in everything she had to find relief and change and healing, and it just didn't happen. She probably started to think that maybe she's the exception to life getting better. Maybe she's the exception to these promised blessings. We feel like we're working towards and we were told about our entire existence within this church. in that kind of me, you know that passing time in. But Our our savior. Is is a one by one savior and holding onto that has been helpful like when we hear that our God is unchanging God, we're like, Okay Commandments. That's cute. But it's not just commandments. It's like wait are unchanging God also means that are helping God will always be a helping God and our God of miracles will always be a god of Miracles in God of comfort and hope will always be that and he's helped me before and he will do it again and I mean I know for I know why I wasn't an apostle back in the day speak as. Christ he stops in the middle I mean you think of the streets? Back in the days of Jesus in there like in the middle of these busy like shoulder to shoulder streets where you're like Sardines, and Christ stops right in the middle of moving traffic like this force people and he's like who touched me and if I were there, I would just unless I'm going to laugh at you like you're crazy like. Everyone is touching you what do you mean? And that's where remembering that our savior is is a one by one savior one who who noticed is us on the ground in the dirt buried under the crowd noticed end worthy. You know he stops for us he comes to us and he helps us any heals us. And when I feel like he has turned his back on me like. Just. Turn around and remember that he's one by one and unchanging. A love that so much I really do because. I. Think oftentimes we. You know. And I think sometimes we have a hard time to have gratitude when we're in those situations right. But gratitude I think would be the thing to get past that and so because we can be grateful for even the most difficult times, right? Because that's often when we learned the most is when we're right in the thick of it and we. You know have these issues with the blood or you know whatever is in our life whether it's I gotta move from Arizona to New York or Or you know I lost my job or you know whatever it is in our life and we just feel like we're in kind of rabbit hole. Yeah. So how do you have gratitude when you're in that situation or have you found that gratitude helps? I mean yeah I think gratitude is good for your brain. I'm not always good at it but I think. I. Think I'm better at looking for lessons than I am choosing to be grateful because in my mind I'm like I'm not grateful for this like this I'm more like the east coast on is like no. I'm not grateful for this right now because I hate it. That's how my brain works, but I'm more proactive and in a better mindset when I'm like, okay, what can I grow from? What can I build off of? So I'm more like problem solving than I'm like, okay let's stop and reflect I'm like, no let's do something about it. What is that? Let's let's look for those lessons. Let's see if I'm receiving when I'm asking for and it's packaged differently like I'm always looking and trying to piece together something in a different viewpoint because I realized that my personal desires and vision is sorely limited and inaccurate in the span of God's vision. I think. Yeah. So gratitude yes do it's it's great. I'm not I'm not good at. I've heard it works great. I cannot tell you from personal experience. You said, you were looking more at less than that. You're learning from whatever you're going through and I think that's that's also a very interesting perspective that you're looking more for seeing what you're learning versus saying I'm grateful for this trial that I'm going through your saying, what am I learning from this? Yeah. I. I. Go. Ahead. Well? That's That's like the writer in me so I'm always. subconsciously thinking how can I turn this into something where it's beneficial for others in a lot of the time and I think how my? And what I'm doing has grown a hundred percent organically is looking for and talking about feelings. So we all go through things completely different, but we all feel the same. So if I am recognizing wait, I'm mad at God break now then I can be like I know other people are mad at God. What does this mean? What could this mean for others? How did it help me before to get out of it? How can I write this to help others? But also like I at recognizing that, I unconsciously limit. A limitless God helps me with perspective. I subconsciously have just put this box around them saying like Oh. This is how they work. This is how they worked for me. This is how they've answered my prayers in the in the past like this is just how they do it in. That gets you into trouble because the new miss everything else because most of the I mean the reality is God is always there. So if you're not seeing him hearing him feeling him, then what can I alter to change? Is he coming at me in different ways and it's just going completely over my head because of this box I put around them and so It's yeah like a search and fine if I remove these blinders that I have on a list box that I put around them. And allow him to show me what next and what else then you can really understand. Who else he is in what he is to you? I don't know if that made sense. It makes great sense because I think we put this idea of what what he is right or or how he's going to help us something and so you know we're we're almost limiting him and in helping us by. Putting these barriers right and I think sometimes we do the same things with ourselves right by by boxing ourselves in and we say, Oh, we can't do this thing because I can't get past that or. And so I think it goes both ways with ourselves and with with God helping us right. Yeah. I think it was also really cool that you said you're. You, you are looking at how to help other people and I. Think you've done that a lot throughout your life the at least the last whatever. Few years that you're looking outward and saying, Hey, I've learned some lessons and I want to help other people i. think that's so cool. I just think that's really awesome. So is their plans for other books or. I mean probably when I wrote my first one. I wrote my first on and I finish that I'm like. I done like I have nothing lack in me. Every piece of knowledge I've ever attained in my life is in that book like there there can't be another one because I got my brain is emptied. You know at all and then and then you know a year passed and I. Ever wrote another one and then I was like that's it. I'm done like I have nothing left. That's my brain. Obviously I wrote a third one that went really was like. My Life's work I honestly feel like I existed that book and everything else is like just noise and so if you ask me now. I got nothing left but at the same time every day. At the same time every day I might notes section on my phone and I am just ideas that come things I've learned like. I mean, I wrote an entire book on on Challenges. and. Yet I went through one of the hardest challenges of my life a month ago, and so it's like well, that didn't make it into the book. Where's that where's that going to go? And probably I don't have an. IDEA. Yeah. Today you're spent all your ideas on paper but maybe next year. Next year. Alone. So. So how you brought up a good point and that is you know how you kind of dealt with challenges or or talked about him. So how how do we deal with challenges as you have? Some insights there that will help. Those are. Yeah, I think them the perspective I think is a lot of what we were talking taking a step back and remember a who God is and his purpose is to bring us to the better things into make us better. Even if those paths there are unwanted or longer than anticipated I remember. Just barely you know we moved, we drove across the country. All of us fit in one car five of us with a big giant dog didn't stop. We drove from Arizona New York was over twenty, two, hundred miles in over forty four hours in. We did not stop no hotel nothing and we we matched it up to get here on closing day. In we ended up in a hotel we had nowhere to go and that was. The worst thing it was like emotional whiplash every day things changed everyday things got worse and we get we go through these things and we're like wait. How is this possible because we feel like when we are following the spirit when we are doing what God wants us to do how're we lead to something completely falling apart? I, think of just how freaky parallel that was to like the whole barges thing. Though you have like the brother of jared his real name what is so many syllables can even try and guess what we think is Namus. But like he was told to build a barge and he's like okay. So he did it because God told them to but he did it in the way that God himself exc showed him how to do it. He had quote step by step instructions like the entire time he was led through the whole process and it wasn't until he's looking at the final product that God told them to do and showed him step by step instructions to do that he was like. Wait. Like, there's no light in them. We can't see like wait we can't breathe in this way we. By distinct is that possible when we did it, what he wanted us to do in the way that he wanted us to and I just think of you know the brother of Jared is problem solving logical resolve that he can come up with because he takes them to the Lord exp- blading all of these logical solutions that he comes up with saying like Oh, a windows. Fire but wait that can't work for X. Y. and Z. Reasons and to him he is in a dead end. That's it. There's there's no way there are no avenues. There is no result. That's it. I'm screwed. And That's us. You know we do these logical problem solvings that sometimes just say that's it. It's a dead end. This can't work nothing. You know this is. This is where it is. But, but it wasn't until after he's exhausted all of these lodge coal. Ideas that he takes it to the Lord and it wasn't until he works it out with the Lord that a completely new avenue, an idea comes and. Obviously. Logical I. Mean Stones like. What coming in what did you? What did we come? We make here. Tonight here here with these stones and you're like all done so lot coming but I but were in motion again. That's my relationship with him. You do all that you can, and you throw your hands up thinking all is lost in your at a dead end. You wonder why and how? But then when you keep on truckin and you were you cry. Keep turning crying to him you. You come up something illogical and you're like, well, I guess we're in motion again and remembering that. You know the spirits not logical spiritual. So you just in race the unexpected and. I think the adversary wins when we stand still. So you just got to. Keep keep giving them something to work with. That's such. Great advice was created. Really Cool. So we have, I am pretty cool. So, AL, we have something that we call. Does. So we have two questions for you I have a question than Jason last year question. So my question is when you hear word hope what does that mean to you? Is. This supposed to be like a rapid fire round answer? No question when you hear the word, what does that mean to you? Means Future. Means hoped. Continuing. It just. Yeah. Yeah, there's more to come. said that future? That's awesome. That is cool. Part do you want me to keep going? I know. That is a great. Grace rate answer it is a great answer. So so my question. That we always kind of liked to finish up with is what? What is your definition of love or how would you define it? Like. I. Think when I think of love when I think of God and love. A there's a big misconception that that's something that we need. To earn. And that is that is never accurate or the case I think the best way for me to wrap my brain. You know I sometimes wonder why God would would ever WanNa be yoked to someone like me. Because I I S- style and I fall and I wondered I wander. In and it comes back to this, will this love that unchanging like we talked about this love will how is that? In I think of apparent. You, just had a baby. And you're in the hospital and your your wholeness baby when they're born and you look down and you're just you're just consumed with just like this overwhelming luck and it's not because the baby did anything. Couldn't it was born it didn't do anything to earn that love but the love. So overwhelming simply because it was I. And I think that is what I think of. When it comes to love is you don't have to earn it like you are enough. You are enough as is simply because you are his like you are his and that is everything. Yeah. That's awesome. That is true. Enough. Yeah. Absolutely. Hit the nail on the head I mean we are enough. And we we have worth. I mean we were born with worth right that's why when you know you're holding a little baby. You see it in their eyes you see it in their face they are are born with worth. Somewhere along the way sometimes we lose that a little bit. I think. Well Yeah we we lose sight of it I. Is, back in the days of. Mary Mother Mary, you know there is tons of young. Jewish. Girls that would. Would talk like an icon of the mother of Jesus because of Isaiah's prophecy, there was actually like a lot of speculation going on like. News like. But but Mary. Who ended up being obviously the mother of Christ she never did that. she hot. What's the word I'm looking for the word that a handmade she refers to herself as a handmaiden. The translation of that word is actually slave. In. It's just we do that to ourselves. We just somehow get this disconnect between. How God sees us in how we see us in what we think were capable of an worthy a versus what he already has strategically planned out for us. So. Yeah. That were sin that view doesn't ever change with him and yet you know sometimes we do this thing to get it all weird backwards and yet were still receiving because that's that soon he has. Some really good advice. So Ousman. Is there anything that you want? Our listeners get in contact with you. If they want. Is there anything you want to share that they can contact contact you or we'll probably not email column about it it's like a black hole. If, you get a hold me just really nice to me and on instagram. Instagram I'm on. I'm on the FACEBOOK I right. There for my long caption. So if you want some updated saga stories of my life there in my captions updated daily. My bucks wildly optimistic more than the tattooed. Mormon. That's more like a conversion everything that fell apart because I joined the church. Cheers to eternity. That's a corky marriage dating. It's hilarious. Those are all anywhere. Books are sold. Just type, in Al Care Way L. Like a dude. We really appreciate your time with us today our we're so grateful for your time and your insight and things. It's been an amazing discussion with you or very grateful. Yes. Thank you for coming on and joining us and and I hope that everything works out with your painting that you've got going on and. This is a good commercial break for me. Right Back to the People can they see this or they just listening? Can they see me and my socks and my sweatpants? No makeup. On. Them. I was talking to obtain off my fingers though so got that going for me. There you go. You should have said something I want to turn my camera like how you're doing sucks. With that made a difference. Hey. I like raw. And You know that's the the real you they're getting a full-fledged. Picture and view of the real al.. My bet is made. So we have that. 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How Are Credit Scores Calculated?

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How Are Credit Scores Calculated?

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So should we say middleman you have to deal with the consumer come in for speak you didn't have to go back to the credit provider and make sure that disputes corrected the Namus comeback to you that anything can you go back to consume is accurate. That's great. Yes. So basically, how long does it take to finalize? if the isn't era where the speech that I say. Lee We have to. Get back. To the consumer within twenty days. And some you experienced happened. Yes we a quite good providers who affect remembers. Away of that obligation. So intimate, we we we. That that. So this level agreement with without consumers. intesting. And how often do you notice in incorrect information on your daughter base in? How does this happen? Yes. So the central so I think they. Come from the credit provider and the. specific full match to to Sacra who today to all the bureau's. A centralized process would SACRA for credit providers to pasta date to to would quite a strict level of data quality salmon and that data quality is monitored at. F. A. Sacra level. has also been a dedicated data quality team who in addition to sacrifice quality process. We also profiled Daytona daily basis and trying and correct data proactively and monitor that data quality. So how do these? Data issues happen. So could be inadvertently when a consumer, all the providers completing credit vacation. Dates of the identification numbers transcribed incorrectly, and that would would go through the process and get picked up to the data quality grosses. They would also be instances of fraud way someone has used in. Id. To open up an account and the consumables don't mind and we would go in any investigation. But it's a combination of of normal human error as well as some fraudulent of fraudulent behavior. All right and then based on your stance what percentage of South Africans have negative info on their rates So I would take influence. In perspective and Was In negative as a customer has got. reas on the accounts. So they haven't a paid up to date and just from holiday data, we see approximately forty percent of customers and twenty six percent of the accounts are Haridas this means that the either one month in real two months three months in arrears. Okay. All right and asked as we are SF battling with impact of covid nineteen economy. Many consumers have been left with the inability to earn an income will receive receiving lists income due to the reduced working hours. What impact will this have critic schools? Occur viruses is a novel virus it's new. And as divided is very much a new situation of full juice labels of volatility economy that is much different from what we've seen in the cost. So. Ultimately, if a consumer continues to make payments toward the credit of the Gatien's, it should not have an impact on the schools if they do miss payments decrepit provide. Would note that must payment it would come through to us and we will. Update our our models and May. Likely impacted, credit scores. Negatively. Sakani Onsang, correctly, this not really kind of a leeway with regards to to to to this negative information being listed if consumers lead you to the ability, they're not receiving an income listener. Like. The bags offering a payment who needs this is nothing like that is currently happening with bureau yours. So we all Acevedo information so we wouldn't. Know what would happen on the other side of the transaction, but for us to say, as long as the customer that they agreed with the credit provider win, that is a Dixie structure or payment holiday that they've agreed with credit provided a bank. Also fought in the end provided notes that Dez suction says entity sucks agreement. The consumer is now meeting day. On that restructured agreement and the data passes through to us, then he should not pay the school. But we all. Dependent on the provider providing us with that data. That's case you're right. Came Up. Major banks actually touched this briefing on have introduced various mission to consumers impacted by the COVID nineteen disaster, and most of this assistance comes in the form of a Detroit payment holiday or all kinds of loans that does this have an impact on a person's quit school having we just touched him at nods Welna. Y- so that It's the same. Old Batteries. The credit provided a comes back. With what they actually listening. City. What advice would you give on how consumers can handle the quit school during this pandemic to minimize the impact on the schools? I. Think Consumers. It is tough on the. 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The Day Gandhi Gets Bad Advice

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

1:58:14 hr | 1 year ago

The Day Gandhi Gets Bad Advice

"Hey, it's Danielle. You know what I love my cats digging, and Fred? They have these crazy personalities and they honestly are in cahoots together. De gets Fred to do things, I'm telling you, you know what? I don't love I don't love cleaning up after them. I don't like their litter box. That's why Armand hammer created new cloud control litter. There's no cloud of nasties when I scoop, it's one hundred percent dust free free of heavy perfumes helps reduce airborne dander from scooping. So what happens in the litterbox stays in the litterbox, new cloud control cat, litter by arm and hammer. More power to you. Hart will be with the sound of music. Are you wearing? I love your show. I'm Bob blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, I wake up every morning. I think you're for being a great house in a time when a lot of people need it. Mr Michael hybrid beat up. Alone. What are you looking at right now go? Why are you wearing captain deuce goggles? Caused. Waiting for your reading Elvis, Duran with the stir in, in the morning show. Twenty. In the morning show while that is confusing stuff. Welcome to the day. It is Thursday June twentieth. Twenty days into June, July is next. I do believe summer starts very soon yet, does when does it start is tomorrow, first day of summer. Bring it on pleased. We got the summer solstice. We'll welcome to the Dave. Good morning froggy. How you feeling today? I'm doing good Elvis. Yeah. What about you didn't you? How about you? There. Gandhi. Antastic. Hello there straight Nate. Producer SAM's here there's scary. Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo. Great tease, lurking in the hallways. I get an idea me, I play you my new favorites on me. Make a request. We always open the request lives, people request their favorite songs, owner, of course, mine marshmallow and churches this song is greatest called here with me every single road is perfect as a Cambay. Signee to with me today today is national vanilla, milkshake day. That's all get the boys to the yard, actually go out of their way to choose the Nullah as the flavor. You don't want to every once in a while. I love it. Well, friends that don't like chocolate. They love vanilla ice cream chocolate, but like vanilla just seems the most boring of all seems so vanilla. I love in allies cream. I'm fine with I let me tell you, there's, there's no ice cream, I've tossed out of the band. Yeah. No. Okay. I mean, straight Nate entire half gallon of such a fat, raider jobs ice cream. It was good though was so good. Ice cream and let go the rest of that study the vanilla rita's custard, that is vanilla like to the degree really. Let's get into the show, we're so into orbit allies alone, Nick, Nick is going to do us a service. He wants to wake us up. Go ahead. And Nick wake us up. Well, the loudest man in state college more doing. Beautiful day. Oh, it is. Well, it's raining cats and dogs here in New York. You know what now that you're? Pennsylvania's nice and gray. Well. When you're on the phone. I'm feeling much better. Be honest, feeling good much better. You know what Nick, we need you to motivate today. I mean, you'd be our coach tell us what we need to do to get on. Well. Have you go have been nila milkshake? All right. You. Okay. We'll go live your life and enjoy the day, even though it's raining gets what the free shower. Bring the soap outside. It is a free shower usually we have to pay for three hours today. It's totally comfortable. All right. Well, look at the water if rain and go outside and just. Put some in your hair. No big deal. I know it's just water. Nick look you making us feel one hundred percent better. We're glad you're on the phone. You are the first call. And you've got an Elvis, Duran morning show shirt on the way. Well can I do a special request? Okay, Bruin that's done of a gun. Son of a bitch. I want to curse on the radio when I don't wanna get up. We're not going to dump you. Your fabulous. Nick a ruin shirt on the way. Thanks for starting your day off with a bang in day to day. Okay. Thank you guys. Love you all your. You're so amazing deal all the time all the every other the replay Nantel it. So we'll see. People do haikus, hold on one second. Now, if you'll better, let's get on with the day. Danielle what's on your mind. All right. So, yes, there is watching CNBC and they have the new deal or no deal. I love said, oh, they have like three episodes in a row. And I said, oh, five more minutes, and then I'll get up and then they go to the commercial dealer, because it's right. It's back with Howie Mandel. So it is. Yeah. Yes. So with us Dave changed a couple of things up. Now you can go she ate with the banker. So like you have one chance, and then the banker can take it or leave it stupid. Baker with like. Nope anchor, is that really a bankers, it just someone like a shadow of some actor. They I was trying to figure out the bankers now a girl, by the way, she says she banker and it was just so crazy than they negotiated with the people. On the show. Like if you take the deal will also throw in these basketball lessons or this. Great was so by me, I need basketball. You just lost me on the new deal. Or no deal scary. What's up with you? So you know how you could check into a places on Facebook. Somebody created in my area. Mike creepy uncle's house as a possible location a gun is that someone you know, know, you would think right? But I just kind of curious who actually put that out there for public consumption. I'm gonna create this location and I'm going to I'm gonna actually look about it. Everybody knows what's going on here. Why love that crazy? My creepy. Uncle. Second gandhi. What's up with you? So yesterday, I did something that I never do. And I went into my hair, sorceress Dina, Dino with the hair, and I said, go ahead, do whatever you want, and she hit me with pink. Pinkish and I'm gonna just into it but I think I like it out. Dina your hair is pinkish Pinkett. Looks beautiful Danielle favor of Ghandi's, pinkish hair say. Who was that creepy uncle into your producer, Sam, who's doing them with Pinkett had Gandhi? All right. If you are celebrating your birthday today. You celebrate with Lionel Richie who seventy and a coal Kidman who's fifty two. Copper corn your success depends on how deeply committed you are to your goals achievement is impossible without dedication. Your day is a seven Aquarius. If you're stuck in a rut, make the change to get out of it, your life does not get better by chance. It gets better by change your days attend Pisces. You have a lot of ideas buzzing through your head. Make sure to write them down. So you don't forget your day isn't eight areas you may be surprised how quickly a friend responds. If you find yourself in a jam be sure to acknowledge the people that care about you, your days in eight Taurus, work is throwing you a curveball embraced the challenge, and remember showing adaptability allows your strengths shine. Your day is a nine Gemini knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens. Make sure you actually are listening to those who are seeking advice your day to seven cancer. You are holding onto something that you need to let out don't be afraid to speak your truth. Your day is at ten Leo before you judge someone tried to put yourself in their shoes. You may be able to see something different from their perspective days. Wait, what if I'm judging their shoes? I want to put myself in their shoes blew my mind being not. Burgo your sharp analytical skills are proving to be very useful to a friend or team of yours keep it up. Your day is an eight libra your well being is a priority that needs to be honored take a step back from the hustle, and bustle to take care of yourself. Your days, a nine Scorpio avoid accusations opening a conversation with a description of your own experience and feelings will be far more productive than pointing the finger your days and eight and Sagittarius instead of plowing ahead in a project by yourself, consider asking a friend for help. There's power in numbers, your days a seven, and those are your Thursday morning horoscope. Thank straight Nate senior executive producer do have any guests today. No, we don't thank you sweet chooses the latter up and just be us in the the ladder up. We're gonna treehouse explain what she's saying. We're in a tree house with a ladder. If we bring that ladder up no one can f- with us. Pull up the ladder. I let's go. Let's get into the three things you need to know. What are they Gandhi? Well, the FDA is really worried about e cigarettes. I'm wants makers to look into safety issues after a lot of things have happened within the last year. Nevada teen broke his jaw after vape pen exploded. And they say that these lithium ion batteries inside the pen and the shape of the pen actually create flaming rockets, when the battery fails if he's very careful if you have a vape pen about what you're doing with it. And if it's overheating, throw it somewhere, the Kardashians, have a flaming rocket in their mouth one time multiple times. I think yes. All right. All right. Authority, isn't it? Dominican Republic say that David Ortiz was actually not the intended target of that shooting. They say it was mistaken identity. He was dressed exactly like the person sitting next to him the person next to him was the target. These people did not realize what was going on. And that's supposedly what's happening with that. And finally, a new study says, and this is gonna affect all of us that asleep was night, just one sleepless night can be bad for your mental health. Oh, get reeling Joseph one. Insufficient sleep raises all kinds of things. They say mental health symptoms. Go up twenty percent, loneliness depression, bad moods. All of it. People even think about hurting themselves. Don't have enough sleep forgetting why I walked in the room. Yes, anymore sleep is needed this ready for your Thursday? What's up spas, as Justin Timberlake? And you're listening to Elvis. Durant Elvis, Duran and the morning show. Brought this up last week going to bring it up again this week Taco Bell is going in hard on their Nacho fries. You've got to check out their new song. Love of my life on the iheartradio app and get your Nacho fries at your local Taco Bell today. You know, sometimes Gandhi say thinks it just disappointment. Tell teller what you just said about dating. A guy who eats, nothing but vanilla ice said, if I went to an ice cream place with a guy for the first time on a date, and he actively chose Manila as the flavor. I'd probably break up with them. Why? Because vanilla has a flavor is like as a feeling. Like if I ask you how you're feeling in your liking sign vanilla is a beautiful flavor. You'd get a matter guest gar vanilla bean ice cream it. So vanilla tasting. It's tastes like pepper. Why, why, what's the difference wise at Madagascar because it's just an expensive booze. I love vanilla is a flavor of people forget that. But you personally don't want to date anyone who eat vanilla. I just think it says something about your life choices. You're storing. Great Siebel, only eat vanilla in that fine. When I went out with Trish for the first time she said to me, you're getting vanilla. And I said, yeah, it's the best. Why was fantastic you go to good homemade ice group? Places like Elvis saying you can get fantastic vanilla good. Yeah. I think it's a good complement to other stuff like chocolate cake with an ice cream. Great vanilla ice cream on its own you find it more of an accessory. Yes. But what have you put in it? That's still vanilla right now that it's nothing. She just ordering planes. Hey Greg, t yes, sir. So great t walks this morning. And this is what I get I in the morning, we're trying to be in a good mood at four in the morning. He's like you never answer my ten year. I don't think it was quite like that. I like that. I said to you. Here's an here's my thing. I love bench, watching shows on Netflix had been watching stuff on Instagram and whatever I don't. Binge-watch metallics messages. Miteks yesterday. I will pull your mustache. I I've found your text message this morning and I promptly entered you. I don't there and just watch my phone if I'm sitting there, and I feel like a little next to me. I'll look at it. Go, okay. There's danielle. That was a great techs, by the way, I answered froggies techs yesterday. Texas did. So then I asked you, have you watched the show that I've been telling you about a Netflix, and then you're like I was watching the confessionals the Elvis Duran. Can we talk about that have you watched our Elvis, Duran morning show confessionals now where we devoted the entire ages sitting on the count and talking, it was, it was entertaining as all get out? I loved it. I just try to make small small talk with you. You know, like anybody doing an what if I'm not okay, I'm not I'm not just answering for me. I'm gonna entering for everyone. Do you really want to sit there, and we'll just wait for someone to do small talk with you on your tax, maybe sleeping? Maybe I was watching TV, right? Sorry. I wasn't get all adds hurt. Yeah. If I don't answer, your tech felt bad yesterday. I took a nap for like a couple of hours. I was so tired. I woke up to fifth teen. Text messages and people like, what's the matter, I was sleeping when I really need is a little, I took a little time on. So I just noticed I did not. Froggies texas. Oh, this is this'll be a good conversation for our podcast that we're gonna do buzzing buddies, obviously, wasn't buddies, if he's not answering your podcast saying, we're gonna send you a tech right now saying, we're not doing buddies, anyway. What scary know that is so consciously gloss over people's texts because I know it's predictive I know what they're going to say. So, so if I see Greg, he's name, I leave the blue dot there and I'm like, it's not important I could get to that later. I don't know. I if you take the time to text me, obviously, there's a reason but book, but I'm saying in return is I don't always watch my text messages role by I don't put emphasis on them if I get to him, great, if not, it's not personal. I even start my text off to you by saying, sorry to bother you thought, and then I go into it. Why didn't you weren't bothering me because I didn't even read it. I'm serious. To know where worry to apologize. For bothering me. I didn't even read it. Why you'll mad? Oh man. I'm telling you, the power of turning on your read receipt, is so great, because then they know you read it, and you didn't respond, and that's all you need. That's even worse. I feel like it's such a good message. I'm gonna make gaudy drinking vanilla shake. No god. All right. Let's goods with producers Sam, what do you have do? They say all right. It is retailed again, my friends. So I am going to Japan next week, which means I am in Japan wormhole of research. And in my research, I found this awesome company called tasha. So they're a Japanese inspired skin care line. And first of all, they use natural ingredients like silk red algae, even gold, because they figured out that with good ingredients. You don't need a lot of them. So they're very good to have on your face. But this is why they're good for field goods. They give back. They teamed up with a nonprofit organization called room to read and put a percentage of every purchase towards funding girls education in Asia, and Africa. Yeah. And so far they funded over two million days of school or these women their websites totally transparent. You've got to check it out. You can link over at Elvis, Duran dot com. And while you're there, do some shopping put some gold on your face. Okay, there, by the way, total blue ribbon on planning a trip to Japan. That's so cool. Outweight. I'm so excited for you. Thank you, Sam. More from the Mercedes Benz interview lounge John legend. Legend, John, I swore I wouldn't ask, but how come you didn't bring Chrissy Chrissy LA? This is what the baby's does everybody asks that, though. Where's Chrissy all the time? I'm crissy's 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. 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Coconut Blondie bags alongside the yellow bags. I mean green bags are, this yellow or green green bags or the white Bank, we love Tate's summertime will be just a failure without Tate's. Bake shop cookies sitting there in the passenger seat and eat them while you're driving down the highway. Stories Elvis, Duran in the morning show. I to talk about legalization of marijuana for a second. I was just talking to everyone about how city of New York did not pass legalization of recreational use yesterday in it, it reminded me of a conversation. We were having the other day about getting high getting high and driving. Right. Don't do it. Course you are under the influence in. I want people to understand. And I'd also saw a story out yesterday from AAA, or one of one of those, those organizations saying most Americans are not concerned with people being stoned marijuana and then driving. And look, you know, me, I'm all I'm all about the freedom of smoke marijuana. I have no problem admitting it or doing some edibles, whatever don't drive you're under the influence, and, you know, don't first of all, why would you wanna ruin your high and traffic terrible? Plant ruined everything. Unless you're stone sober, then you shouldn't be doing anything. Zach stone sober not stone stone. I had I had one drink the other night. I had a pinochle lot, and I'm sitting next to my dad, and he goes, Danny. Would you like me to drive home? Do you need me to take the key? Thank you, dad. And I said, dad, that's really sweet. I don't think they put any alcohol in this, but no, I'm good. So nice, you're only problem driving was like, stomach issues from the milk. I'm gonna far all the way home. I shouldn't be driving this condition. I'm lactose intolerant. Ran a stop sign because I was busy. Faulting? Dr you're lactose intolerant. Pitch. Anyway. Where did we come up with that? Sometimes my brain's has has its own little plan, but really? I just I'm just telling you right now. Just keep in mind under the influence of marijuana anything. So if you're on painkillers because of a back problem, whatever you're under the influence and just understand that you could take a life you could hurt yourself and property and dogs and cats that are walking around whatever and worse than all all that. Not all of it, but worse than that, I think is even texting and driving that is so distracting the amount of accidents that happen things that just don't do it. Yeah, horrible. I learned the hard way with that one. I did was pick up the phone. Look at it. And he said that counts does. So it does. I know he sound like a bunch of, like nagging aunt. Now I'm just hit by a car. Yeah. We're just trying to survive. Keep you safe. Let me the world is dangerous enough. Hello, tammy. How're you doing this morning doing? Well, I'm good. Thank you. How are you? We're doing well. So what we've been doing this show for twenty something years. But Tammy's a new listener, we welcome you to the family. Tanny. Tammy has questions. All right. What questions do you have? We'll bring you up to speed on anything you need. All right. Great. Well, since I've been listening, I hear people saying, I wanna room t-shirt, and I've been wondering what that means. We have people they win their morning show shirts, and they asked us, if we can ruin it in that is like a little top-secret lingo, that we will now divulge that to you. Okay. What we do is we grab sharpie, pens. And we all sign the shirt and we ruin it. That's it. I had a feeling. That's awesome. I love it. Dummy. Can you wash sharpie shirts you can but it it'll fade? So, in other words, we actually ruin a perfectly good t shirt. There you go. I love it. I would wear a t shirt, though with that has signatures on it. So is that people are not wearing those. You think I don't know if that's a waste of a perfectly. Good shirt. I don't know. Well, that's what it is taming, if you ever any other questions of how we're doing or what we're doing this let us know. Thank you. I appreciate you put me on their great. Like what you're hearing because you're listening. Yes. Yes. After say, you know, I've been looking for a show since one of mine went off the air and you guys are really doing a great job. I love him music, and you guys are just wonderful to listen to you. So thanks. Oh, I knew. And you sound like a very together person knowing you're listening. We're going to have to up our game a little bit. So thanks. All right. Tammy have a great day. Thank you know you go you have. Sometimes you go to a fast food restaurants that have their secret menus. Like what is what is the secret thing? You can order your burger over at, at in and out. Yes, you could call it the beast or animal style animals time throat. They don't on the grill. Yeah. These all sorts of extra stuff on it, and it's not on the menu. Order off menu at to Portland. I know that they hate me for it, but I don't care because it's so good. Hey froggy I to point something out to you. I saw you and your wife, Lisa doing something really cool at that. We you explain it, it was kids with, with cancer. Yesterday, at least, and I were invited by the Jay fund. So the Jay fund is an event as a huge charity run by Tom Coughlan, who run to suit who won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants in New York. He runs the Jacksonville Jaguars now. And they do a huge event here. It's the Jay fund, and we went yesterday and visited with children at Wolfson's children's hospital here in Jacksonville and to meet these children is the most uplifting inspiring thing. I have ever done. And I went there with thinking that in the whole reason they asked us to go is to go in Brighton the children's day, but the reality is they brightened our day, and you'd be able to go in and sit down and talk to them and talk to the parents and see what they're going through and understand the treatment of their under these kids are so smart. And they are so brave and everything they're going through, and to be able to just go in and sit down and talk to them was awesome. It was such a life touching experience. And I cannot wait to go back meeting kids and their families. And also, the, the professionals the doctors and all the people who work with them. It's just a really, really great. Circle of energy. You get from them anyway. So I saw the pictures on your Instagram yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. Put them on my instrument. Thank you sharing that, by the way, we'll getting more questions about our show. The first question was. Why do we call it ruining a t-shirt? The next question is what's this? Hello lady thing. Oh. Do we've uncle Johnny. It, it goes back to Johnny who is now serving his summer sentence on fire island. Good morning Johnny Elway. Two. It's time for Johnny. Is the first one who gave us hollow lady Woody bananas? I woke you up, you had a late night at the bar there cherry grove. We would just we went out, Jackie bodice all out to dinner all the employees to thank you for having a, you know, for the stabbing the season up and getting everything going so it's been great except for rain and all that. All right. So is there really a true easy to tell short story describing, where hollow lady comes from? Yes, it, it came from me when I worked the bar back in the nineteen seventies, I had thirty six blend is and I was young. It was fifty years ago, and I would make a hundred and six drinks within six minutes hundred and ten drinks within six minutes. I had people back their sight to see and serving out the drinks. And that's all right. Give about and I'd make all the drinks and everything. And I, I was on TV channel seven came in. So where did you come from which got wet weather happens? And we were handing out the drinks, the drinks back, then we'll like a dollar seventy five to fifty and stuff like that. No club would run up to the people and say, that'd be fourteen dollars and they'd go, oh how much and for and, and we were very they triple at the bar. And, and so I was how Haiti quick, but, you know, we're busy here at, you know, so it'd be. Hello lady came from a place like a wake up my money Hulo lady, that was it, so ever since then Hulo lady Dunkel Johnny, and his, his polity. It really comes in handy. So rather than, you know shooting the finger at someone in traffic you just poke your head off the windows frame. Well, I wouldn't we I added to do it. I said, we'll check before you think because maybe I think it was what's his name the comedian food? He said something different Jerry look. His wife. Hey, wait. Is. Yours is how low lighting. There's a big difference. John. Yeah. Listen you coughed that up. I don't know what you're coughing up. Some sort of emphysema happening in there. The I hear it. I here it is. Okay. But look go, take your inhaler. We love you and I have a great day. Okay. W of them another question that just came in. Why is Nate a murderer? That's another story. Can we say that story for another time? Exciting all these questions. It's good to get back to the roots like who are. For me. You know why I know? Yes. I do know the answer to these three questions. But I'm sure that there are more that will figure out a day. Let's get into the first Danielle report of the day Danielle alright while the Hollywood reporter's annual list of the most powerful people in comedy is out to Ellen Degeneres, Melissa McCarthy. Amy poehler. Seth Rogan Adam Sandler alley. Wong? They're all on the list, and the list goes on so avengers endgame is being re released next weekend. It's going to have some new footage after the credits. This is. Yeah. Business brody's favorite because he loves footage after the credits anyway this re release could very well. Push 'em game over avatar for the old time global box office records, but here's my question should've count because you're gonna go see it again because you're gonna wanna see the end credits. You've already seen the movie like they're doing this to get more money like I feel like the original should stay like I don't think that they should count this as the original release. This is a new release. So this should be new money, new box office numbers, do you know what I mean? Yes. Yeah. I've been over there. Cheating. There's a little bit. Of course, they are not cool, the system every day, I go see a different movie and sneak in at the end of that. So that I can catch it. I've seen this it. Yeah. I was saying the same thing. I just kinda wanna see the endings, somebody just tell me buddy. When you go see it again. Tell me what happens. I just tell the Ferguson will be hosting HDTV's revival of extreme makeover. A home addition that in that move. So that will be fun. Sarah Jesse who Jesse Tyler furniture? If you tighter Ferguson. Sarah, Jessica Parker now. That's a different person. Carrie Underwood is one of the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a man who claims her Sunday night football song game on was stolen from him. He is not happy camper. Drake says he is an album mode. Oh, yeah. He's working on new music. He's drinking cocktails and he's in a happy place, and that's pretty cool, and oh, my gosh. So Harry styles. How would you like to see him in the live action, little mermaid as prince Eric? Yes. Oh, see him at anything. What do you think I could get into that? Maybe putting was one of my first crushes in my whole life. Yeah. Yeah he do a good job. So I'll keep you posted on that. And see if that happens in your television tonight, the real housewives of New York City over on Bravo. Double shot at love with DJ Pauly, D, And Vinnie on MTV. I got a little beep, Bobby flay chop, his on a hallway, you're supposed to get Bobby flay in this week, he was opposed to come in. He had asked me to come in the only day that you were not doing the show from in the studio. And so we have not figured out another day, where he's not he's been filming like crazy. So that's what he's doing. Let's see. Oh next hour. We have to talk about logic. He has decided to change the name of his record label. Okay. Yeah. People are asking all sorts of questions where to Daniels mustache co. I could actually see image. A little bit front door. Conceal a little bit. The is Johnny your real uncle. No. He's America's Oncle. Let's see question. What exactly is great? He's supposed to be doing. This could be fun. I love the questions because we just assume everyone has answers. Because that what is the secret item Gandhi orders from Chipotle? Oh, you started the story. But what is it? You order, I get a case of DEA, then they get angry didn't have that on the menu now. But they'll make it. Yeah. Oh, hey, are you be be weirded out if I admit I've never ever want step foot into japodlay? Hey, Mary, calm, your jet diamonds favorite place to eat in the entire world. We'll good for her. I've never stepped foot in, in a Chipotle loves it so much. She gave it up for lent this year to polling how much he loves it. Yeah, I don't know. I just I I'm gonna talk. Oh, bellboy. But it feels awesome. I love dog about. But at district, totally, I know it's a different thing, actually heard it is different. So this gets into that question you ask, what have you never done? That makes everyone go. There's so much mine. So I wasn't allowed to watch TV really at all or movies until I was fifteen years old. So there's a ton of stuff that I've never seen blows people's minds. I've never seen ET. I've never seen any bone home. No, you have to see that Remm Len's. Nope. That is a classic integration removing. Hey, I need a bit opener scary. Sure. We're now going to this is the most dangerous thing. We do. Now. You should never do this. If you have your own show, go to live phone. Oh, god. It's now time to answer the phone randomly. It's phone call. Relent. Good morning. I see your calling. What can we do for you? Hello. Sometimes. Study hung up. Why are they calling? And then we'll we answered they hang up. This is all a Mark of phone call. Let Hello phone call relent is the callers speaking. Yes. This is Nick pay Nick what's going on. I'm calling because everybody's talking about Poland. And I wanted to talk about this place that I go through that, once I used to each pull a so much, then I started eating at this place called dose, Toro's. And then thought it was so much better than supposedly heard of those Toro's. I've never been but I've heard of it. Yes. I think once you eat at dose. Soros. Not go back. By the way, our friend Nick is the chairman of the board of the does Toro's companies right mix. Thank you. Nick have a nice day. Hello, welcome to phone call relent. I just wanted to say, hi, baby. Everyone say hi, what's your name? What's your name? Brought this up last week going to bring it up again this week Taco Bell is going in hard on their Nacho fries. You've got to check out their new song love of my life on the iheartradio app. Ed get your Nacho fries at your local Taco Bell today. Isn't it funny? How you live your life. And you think everyone else has to live the same life otherwise they're failures me. I'll give you an example, being single versus being in a relationship, people who are married with kids. A lot of people don't think it's possible to be happy if you're unmarried without kids. Right. A lot of single people out there, a lot of single people would love to be in a relationship. A lotta single people out there understand that they would rather not be in a relationship, right? Is that we all have a different view on everything you can either be married and hate it, and it'd be married and love it. You're gonna be saying hate it single love it. But whatever we believe in. We think everyone else has to believe what we believe it, right. Yes. That happens all the time for instance yesterday. I heard a conversation between Gandhi, who is single and great t who is married with kids. I was giving he was giving Gandhi advice on how to how to get a man to marry her dagga man. A bag a man and I said, well, it's kind of a moot point. That's not what she wants. Right. But great teeth thinks it is what you want. And the advice he was giving me was just out of control. But yes, it was very much from a place of let me help you fix your life Llosa's how you can bag a man and make him marry your life is broke. Yes, because you don't have a man kind of I do. Thank you, actually do I got, I got to do, but, like I it was just it was funny because I was like I'm good all of these things that you're saying are actually untrue. And what's interesting is our, our girl, Allie was in the room to and he was giving her the same vice. And both of us were just kind of staring at him. Like, are you kidding me right now? I love a good man's planner, he was telling me what I want. What kind of sex I'm into letting me know. Thank you. All right. Well, Gregory, what I was trying to say to her was right now in Ghandi's mindframe at her age where she is, she's thinking one way. And I think most of us do, but then what happens is one day you wake up. Let's say five or six or seven years down the road and also something happens inside your brain. You don't even know how open your mind to this possibility it could change to that. I mean obviously, it could I know people who were already passed their fifties, and they still have not to be married, so you need to understand that everyone thinks differently in short in, it's a slippery slope to hell when you started assuming that everyone thinks the way. You think but I think that we're Ghandi's from and her family background. Okay. It's in her future. Soupy married children again. Again, you're making your mind what Gandhi wants in her life. And that's that's just not accurate. It doesn't seem possible for her to stay in your mind. It doesn't seem possible them saying you are hanging, your crap right her. But I think history shows that if you come from you don't even know how old she is. Now, this is a twenties. No. She's not. It doesn't matter. She. Point nine. Okay. Okay. So you're about to make a point which I think, is going to be fabulous. Oh, I'm where she comes from meaning what her family background values her support system at home close. She's been brought up on where what are her family values? Tell me her, mom or dad very loving family wants only the best for her in life. Okay. This is coming from a strong lineage behind her. Her great grandfather was Gandhi, so there's a lot of love and happiness. And all of that, in her in her in her family life. Okay. Stopped him. Yeah, you're assuming a lot of this. Right. That's, that's a person that wants to give, that's the wants to have other than other. Here's my point. And Greg, t represent a lot of people out there who they think what they are thinking is one hundred percent truth. They have no idea about what the realities are or have been family. So you automatically start giving them advice based on that. Okay. What that you're right? That's I mean, no. No one really knows the future of what people are really going to do or who people really are. Right. But I would say that if you're generally speaking, I would say the majority of people that are coming from a, a family system like Gandhi is from that she would the chances of her having a family or greater than not having hope your family picking this up. I took a lot of notes yesterday. One of them was when my man turned thirty in his body changes. I'm going to be in a completely different place, again, realistic realistically speaking, none of us are going to stay around and be and look like Donna's now grabbing ways we can you give me the date. You looked like Donald. There was my pot was a little bit more slender when he was taking those bites in bicycle class. It look body changes. But I see here's what we know about Gandhi. Yes, we know that she seems very happy. Right. She seems very happy in live. And I, I almost think that in her big Gandhi family, she seemed to be going against the grain in this. I'm gathered this from what she has told us that Gandhi, she's told us these things. But I don't think you heard any of those things I do. And I think that's who she is. Right now thankfully, her brain works. Okay. Why do you think what works for you will work for everyone? I think by the way to that point, you walk in her everyday complaining about how your life isn't working. You see your family fantasies. I just think that it's too easy to go through life. Just living it today and not really understanding. What life is about to give you down the line. You have to stop and really give it some thought of, like where your life is going to be eight years down the line. Okay. So eight years line, but he will be married with kids. I gotta be okay. There you go. So Gandhi now that he has explained everything about you to you. Because obviously he knows you better than you know, you're right? How do you respond to what he's saying? I didn't thank you so much for the advice team. And I really appreciate it. And if you think that I should procreate that's very nice because I don't but. I'm not sure if eight years, I'm going to be married and have kids has never been on my agenda of things to do with reunion. And you'll be walking in with your okay. So okay, I think I've taken sort of a long way to get to the point where it's so easy for us to assume what everyone else needs in their lives. Yes. Without really putting putting any consideration to what they may want in their lives, which I think is unfair. So I have a friend who describes himself as painfully single. Meaning he he sees couples in the park, whatever and he yearns for that life. He wants that. No, don't all him. And he's good. He's painfully. So I thought it was said it's not sad. He he, it's almost like everything he doesn't life is structured to get him closer to meeting, someone who can be the next his wife. Okay with kids. He wants it he wanted. But so he is soums all of his single friends want the same thing, right? And he, he doesn't understand that they love being single. They don't even wanna. Think about having kids at this point, or ever in, so it's funny how we assume we know what other people need. I agree. And I think I actually a bunch of my friends, one time had an intervention with me about being single because I was single for a very long time. And I was floored one, not one of them seemed very happy. But to I was like, what is it bother you that I am single? How's that bothering you or fixing your life, which was kind of what I wanted to ask t- yesterday to, like, why is this? So upsetting to you. I'll be looking out for your. They think that this is the nice thing to do. I think they thought they were looking out for me, but I was just sitting there like come on guys seriously. Yeah. It's a problem, the most single get out of here. He does it too scary to, like, he, you know, what's going to happen, right? When you get old and you die on your front porch. No one's gonna know your dead because you don't have. Let's see. Yeah. We're going to die alone. Gonna find your corpse that even buy rats find you weeks later. They're not gonna be able to identify the body. Yeah. According to. That's what you get ready for. I firmly believe that has happened to married person that sometime. I just I don't I think what I. Over getting to here's it's good to let people hang their own stuff on themselves. Anchoring I was fine with it. But he was he was talking to Jake our producer, Jake alley and myself. And I think Allie was a little bit shook with by the conversation. Yeah. Sitting there. And she's like only God, I'm doing everything wrong. And I said, no, not don't listen to him. Are you serious? You're, you're fine. You're happy. You're living your life community. We only have a couple of seconds, so Allie, by the way, alley. So tell me what was he telling you that made you just really scratch your head? He was telling me that I should wait a really long time before making sexual advances towards the man. He's like six months to a year. How would that help you? He said, I need to take old time dating new time, dating and put them together. This is the system. Men love the chase. And if a woman doesn't make him chase, then he's never going to respect. You were like you have to hold out for as long as you possibly can even if that means he's whatever he wants to do. Because we as women don't like, sexist much. Yes. And you told about that if we waited we would get flowers. Great to you has it all figured out. I will. Thank you. Thank you. You'll get flowers quickly get through the three things from Gandhi, and then I've been handed this incredible cool piece of copy from Taco Bell. I'm going to act out to different people's voices this voice over one voice over to. I can't wait till I love Taco Bell. 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So I thought I pretend to be Ricky's debt. Heck is going to start to call the Christina and I'm going to jump in and right? We'll see what happens. Hey, listen. I just got a call from from school. They just let me know that Greg dot signed out. Yeah. I don't I I don't know. My you know, no, you know, week sad because Frank. I have no idea. Before as what do you want me to do the school signed him out. And find out what's going on. I knew I can't working working, you know. Hang out with him. She hasn't smoking cigarettes last time he was over there. Did you call Greg's phone? I try calling him as he is he's phones off. I sent him Texas, let me by. I got I got paid phone number. I can get him on the right now. Try call it. Okay. Dave. I got his number from that one thing. Right. Right. Steve is hold on. Vassar. Oh, hey. Yeah. What are you doing with Ricky? Why did you are out of pool without asking permission? Christina. I'm Greg from angry much. Do you think you? Decimates schools done Dan, if days. Right. Are you sick? Where is your girl? No, I do, but the struggle is real Christina. Not for you to sign out out of school, FM, L, parent, or guardian. I'm guardian. Hello. I am going to punch you, in your you should be excited. He goes, I'm not charging you babysitting fees, and you're. And high pay for his admission into six flags. Okay. So I'm not even going to charge you for that. Yeah. You take ninety miles down the highway, are you out of your mind? I wanted to play in the street, they're going to get home guy. Police are you. All right. Well, that escalated quickly, you sound like you're drunk, no, slow, your roll K, slow, your roll, my, I don't care what you paid for care, where you are you bring it back here right now. I can't do that waiting online for king, the car right now. Hang on one second. Let me speak to the man of the house. Heck the man of the house Hector. How do you feel about this thing to do with this house? 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Adrian and all of our friends, we all know all about your wife and she just walked out on you. What other she was ratchet from the very beginning? I don't want to hang out with Ricky anyway, you are terrible influence your like a careful father Jos, because your basic bitch. Are you actually laughing at this? You're a bitch really like. You are you laughing at times. Okay. That's John Namus volunteers to write phone. Cheers, put my con- you wanna go on Batman that rides on fleet. Cremona phones. Let's take a selfie three of us. Yeah. You guys posted to Snapchat. Okay. How are you hear what I'm saying? I'm calling the cops right now face palm. You guys are all on something. I don't know what it is. But I'm not buying the wrong tonight. I know we're we're on we're, we're on. We're on the radio on the radio. Get right. Okay. Anything can make any Cussing Christina. What that awkward moment when you've been phone tapped? This is Joe Modise show. Got you. Greg's not at great adventure movies in school. I got install God. I can't even. That was a very dated sounding. Phone ten I hope so. Could talk to Tina pay. Tina. I got some good news for you. Am I call her one hundred. Yes, you are. You're just one thousand dollars. Thanks to polish. Mark, congratulations. Lead me, I need to be funny how it starts raining cash. Right. Thank you for listening to it is the posh Mark one thousand dollars pre money phone tap. Don't forget, download you posh Mark cap, if you use the promo code Danielle, you get ten dollars off your first purchase. For a limited time, thanks for turning us onto posh Marcotte, how many years ago, did you turn us onto my gosh? It's been like two or three years now. I was looking back at all the things I've sold at how much I've made could I'm going to be honest. I have made over three thousand dollars. I'm ju. Yeah. Good for you the good way to by himself. Thank you posh, Mark, by the way, just an observation I was walking past a laundromat yesterday. I'm thinking, how is it? We're living in the digital age and people are still in a laundromat putting quarters and a slot. I don't know the great question. It'd be like a credit card swipe at this point where you would think you then they'd have to upgrade the technology on their washing machine, my point, exactly on places. Probably don't wanna do that. Do you find it of the things in our lives that are still sort of lacking? When you pass a telephone booth. You're like what is that? Yeah. I always stop and stare at it. And I'm like, germ box. Oh, I can't believe people just used to walk up and talk on these. That's what they call you behind your back here, used t-. They pay. Thanks a lot guys. I went into my cleaner the other day, and she told me that she got the she got told she has to change everything to be more equal friendly. And she says, I'm about to retire. She's like there's no way I can afford to do that. And so I think she's going to actually shut nave to the future generations. By the way, today is vanilla milkshake day. And you know what they say? The boys to the. Is better than? Kelly's. It's true. I have that in common with police all the boys come to my yard. Gander at my milkshakes melt the sake. The eleven Ella milkshakes and even though Gandhi doesn't like vanilla hit is a flavor. And we've already had that fight was a flavor. That's fine. But true. So just so world productivity day, which we were not celebrating. Great teams in the back celebrating today's dumped the pump day. Oh, very significant gas guzzlers were driving. Right. Public transportation electric cars. They want to promote that it's not stopped pumping for the breastfeeding day. That's not what they. Continue pumping but comes to the gas pump. Right. They're asking for us to find a way to not put gas in our Carson. Interesting thing going on with two of our interns, which interns, are they at Ursula Hannah. And please report front and center. I need is it because this is about to get other worldly. Oh, okay. Ursula. Yes. Which ones is higher. Higher. So we have met before, but it even though I'm old I don't have old man smell yet. So. Hannah and Ursula when did you meet each other as interns here at the radio station, our first debt or my first day? So a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. In when you walked into the room with each other. How did this come about? You just look each other in the eye. In thought, I'm I got I know you we waited it out a little bit. So I looked at our other internet. Oh my gosh. Like this. Girl's face is so familiar looking like this is so weird. And I did the same thing with the other radio intern really. And then we just confronted each other about it. We like who confronted him? I, I think maybe me I, I was like you look very familiar. And I was like, oh my gosh. Well, you said that because I think you look really to each of you the other looks familiar, as, if you have hung out. I mean, in a social setting or you maybe went to school. I mean, honestly, we can't figure it out. What we what was your first assumption? I mean when you when I looked at some, if I have to look at someone and say, I know them from somewhere, I can think it's from a party or from from something had. No, we've tried we've tried every at least, like forty five minutes each day each day. We're like working together like, okay, let's go through it Aaron's siblings. She's never been to New Jersey. I'm from New Jersey and I've never been to New Hampshire and she's from New Hampshire. So we can't figure it out. The only explanation I have is. Past lives could be. I mean, do you believe I do you believe in reincarnation? Yes. I mean now I'm. Does he believe in reincarnation will welcome back? Thank you. So there is this thing past lives. Maybe that's where you know, each other from, you know. But it's almost it almost ruined it. If you come up with that as the explanation, then it, re it removes all the phone, we're trying to figure like, what weird six flags great adventure ride you wrote together on strangers and I have a theory. What's your theory? I think potentially both of you dated the same person in lurked each other online, we've gone through that we've both never dated anyone, okay long. Okay. Choice. Great. I see the positives there. So they have you talked to your your parents about this. Yes. Yes. You got them involved. Yes. Hey, mom and dad, I met someone at work in turn this is her background. Have you ever taken me to a place where this was? And no well, I mean, I texted my mom, and I was like, do you know this name like this first and last name showed a picture everything she was? Oh my God. So familiar really met my mom's at the same thing I was like, oh, my gosh. Like, do you know this girl like she entered with me? She's like, oh, she looks really familiar, what could be the realized each twenty three and me yourselves and see if you're related or if there's like a random person out there. Oh, yeah. Yeah. What if you both have the same dad? All right. Tell you, my mom was walking down the hall where she worked with. And she felt this presence of all these nuns and stuff like that she worked in a religious organization, and she said, I've been here before, like I have been here, maybe in another life off. But I've been here before, and she totally believes in the reincarnation, thanks so McDaniel of their moms are now entering into it, too. There's something going on. Maybe there's something that brings you together from past lives, every time like there's a couple of movies that I've seen where in each life, the same people come together, but in different forms was trying to take guesses of from this life, like, maybe a wedding. You both went to I've never been to wedding. You've never been to one ever been to a wedding to a funeral. I've never been to never funeral. Well, have you ever been anywhere for? Do you do? I'm sorry, I'm kidding. Look, we got to figure this out, but, you know, without doubt that, you know, each other from somewhere in equipments, a lightning-fast passer. Absolutely. And it's a happy feeling that look. Maybe it's like I think it's childhood. I think we look met each other as young kids. That's what I did. Yeah. Go with your gut. The gut is usually right, both on a trip at the same time someplace you talk about trips for family, trivia, but yeah, study abroad. No, I had never studied. Yup. Been diz DisneyWorld. Yeah. Vintages. Yeah. Meats. It's a small world, right? Is. Girl that has happened to me, the Greta time, actually. This is always rain in the morning show. Hey, I'm Greg t here. 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We'll be with a sound of music. Are you waiting with? I love your show. I might blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah appeal every morning. Thank you for being a great host in a time, when a lot of people needed. This is Michael. Mike beat a long. What are you looking at right now? Go. Why are you wearing captain deuce goggles? Caused. I'm reading. Mr. in the morning show. Stories in the morning shows laughing. Everyone just heard the top of the hour, which the collaboration -able kind of sound stupid. There's one part where scary does this. So we know why behind the scene, scary tells us that's how he gives loser. I take my headphones hit him and Gandhi. Imagine scary his girlfriend, and blah, blah, blah. Let's move on day just have yogurt. Let's go around the room. Scary. Dashti. Thank you. This move on Gandhi. What's on your mind today thinking about something I've lived here for about nine months now. And I hear all the time when I meet people from other places out, New Yorkers are so mean, and I want to say that through New Yorkers, I think are some of the nicest people that I've ever met that met their very helpful very efficient, and I noticed this yesterday we all help each other here on the show because them and I neither one of us drive. So I went somewhere yesterday. And she said, if you're not taking public transportation back, can you? Please bring this thing back with you. It was a lot. It was heavy and I did. And I was like, what workers, get such a bad New Yorkers aren't mean. It's New Yorkers are to the point. A lot of people don't understand. Right, right. Like if you ask for directions, they're going to give you the right directions and quickly. But there won't be a lot of small town. We have to get to and fro we don't we don't time for the pleasantries, and people consider that route, awesome New Yorkers are awesome. And thanks for pointing that you can't pointed out enough. Yes. Producers, what's on your mind? I got thank you for bringing me here, product, a second. I have to throw our girl alley under the buzz good. But it's kind of a good bus for me. So if you were following z, one hundred Instagram account you saw yesterday. I got to hand out a pair of tickets to see Billy eyelash and the girl was with seven other friends, and I only had a pair of tickets. I felt so badly about that Ellie goes girl don't worry. I didn't do a few contests. I was supposed to so I have enough tickets for all of her friends, where she gave me the we're all good. Gave out the ticket. She was supposed to do it a different way. And it was way the benefited me. So all of the girls got to go yesterday. Oh, yeah. Thanks allie. Thanks allie. Allie gold for those in legal listening to our show. Topic. What's up you today froggy or if you remember earlier in the week, I said, I wanted to get that Amazon item that shocks, when you spend, too much money or order something on Amazon. You don't need yesterday. A package come to the house. I'm like, what is this lease? I dunno must be yours. We argued over who ordered it, it was hurt. She's ordering things. She doesn't even remember ordering nor does she even really need. That's why we need things like that. When you order something from Amazon. And when you open it, you don't remember ordering it, you gotta rob. That's not a Danielle. You are not a litmus test that I wanted to use Danielle Sam for finding the best eyeliner I've ever used in my entire life. So it's cold, prestige. And it's black eyeliner, ladies, I am telling you this stuff stays on all day, and it's cheap you can get it on Amazon at it's like why pay for expensive island women, it's so good. So Sam thank you for finding this because it's a gift from, from heaven. So if you need a new island, are you looking for something that stays on all day, honestly, prestige, eyeliner? I think Alex said Amazon sells it. Can we talk about mystery gifts from other friends? Yeah. Ville, every once in a while to open up the pile of Amazon boxes that appear every day. And sometimes I'll find something that, you know, I know I didn't order it. I'll even go back and look at my order history. Not there someone sent this to me. It's called the bug assault two point. Oh fly gun. What that's help. Very aggressive. It's, it's looks like an assault rifle Mike, but you put salt in it table salt, and it shoots flies out of this guy, this someone sent it to my house, by the way, I don't even want anything. That looks like an assault rifle now but this wouldn't use table salt to fill to kill house flies owns messy. So the question is who sent this to me it came to my apartment really? I don't know why I feel like Alex, I could see Alex mortaring has done. No clue came from great t send it as a gift for Alex's birthday. Do you ever receive anything like a mystery given? There's no letter. There's no note, there's no return address. It's from Amazon. Yeah. Why someone sent me a rifle that kills flies with table salt? Now. That's the weirdest concept the whole thing. I wonder why they said, I don't know complain about flies address to me a mystery gift. What when I wasn't me that sentence I up. But when I was recovering from my surgery, I got the golden girls monopoly game sent to my house. Where the hell's this come from? And there's no note, nothing and no one has fessed up. And it was when I came back Garrick owes. So how'd you like the monopoly game? Who wasn't Garrett? Gary gave me the golden girls monopoly delightful. I love it. Once you find out who had from then. It's okay. I like yeah, but there was. No, there was no love, Gary. I agree. Because it was so creepy. I'm like, how do they know live here, and how do they know the golden girls? It was so weird. What producers am I got a shrub once and shrub house shrub plant plant, yet, had no note from the opposite happened to me? I loved it so much. Because I love plants, then I found out by ex boyfriend gave it to me, as a break-up gift, which was weird concept at suck. And now it's alive. So I have it but I don't like it. The only time that happened to me was it was a mistake. We got all of a sudden four or five trees delivered and left in my driveway. That's great. The my husband on the phone, and I go, why did we order trees? He goes, I didn't order any trees where you're talking about. It turned out they delivered to the wrong. Actress come back and pick up the trees. How come no one accidentally delivers a Mercedes. I think that'd be kind of nice anyway. So the question is. The question is why, why can't they just put a little note in it? So this happened yesterday, yeti an Amazon package came any yeti beer, cooler came for me, yet, he beer. All the message was thanks for the thanks for the idea. Thanks for the recommendation to listen to Judah in the lion. And I said, okay, great. So who did you tell the listen to Judah and the lion two weeks ago? My friend, Kyle I told him and he just randomly sent me one I go, okay. Well, the point is, you know, who sent two weeks late yet two weeks later. I don't. All right. So, so it's the mystery package is I just don't get, whoever sent me an salt, rifle by I don't, I don't want a rifle that shoots salt. I don't wanna rival doesn't even shoot anything shoes though. So anybody wants to send me a nice mystery package? Camping anyone camping a few years. So it's always been my fantasy to go. Camping like I did when I was young when I was younger in college and stuff. We went camping once a month during the good months. And so several Christmases ago, I gave Alex attend a really nice ten from REI. And I got little stove. Ooh. All the stuff you need for camping a lot of money for the Christmas gift fem- would be camping. Of course all the sleeping bags. The stove, the tent. They're all still in boxes. Sealed completely sealed. So having a conversation with a friend, that, that he says, I think it's camping season. Let's consider going. Camping I'm like, yes, will pile it all into the SUV drive up to the middle of nowhere. Then the conversation got into camping sex. Sex, while camping can't do it. Why? Because you have to be freshly scrubbed out of shower. I mean I can't have dirty. Yeah, of course. Always be out of the shower could be you totally fine with having dirty because you're the one that dirty probably. But if you don't like, sometimes when you come home, and you're all sweaty or been like fixing something in the house. Okay. He's fixed anything. I'm just saying. I just if you don't smell, like a bar of soap I cannot have sex. Is that a bad? This is impressive. I did not. I would not have expected that from you impressive. I think not because every time I admit this to someone I'm called a freak or a little a little too Phidias about cleanliness anal of. That goes without saying. Okay. I, I don't think the person needs to smell like, soap but they can't smell bad. So I disagree with you. You can't. I mean, I don't like the soap thing I kind of don't get because as long as you just don't stink. I'm okay with stink. No one wants to anyone that smells bad. But parsoes of friends, I like Ted musky smell. Okay. No, no, so camping sex. Can't do it because plus when you're camping you're not showering. Yeah. So I have to the sex you can't show duty in the woods. I don't wanna get anywhere near that. First day of camping way must be like the first hour hour before the before you put your tent if you know what I'm saying? I don't know how long you'd last camping nor do I do. I do camping. But I. Yeah. Okay. Those wipes you can use to wipe down your body. Put them in the toilet. The last time you pooped in the woods, you remember that. No, but thanks for asking. Hey, it's been many. Okay. Because I don't think it's camping unless you poop in the woods agree with that. I know how to cover it up. Oh, good. I don't leave it sitting there dig the hole. Always have shovel with me. Trowel. Why are you laughing area gardening? Leave your poof to sit in there and the poop in the woods. It's just really can't. I need a job. Porta-john. No, elvis. Right. You take a little trial. You dig a hole you go in there to cover it up, and come back, one year later little saplings growing there. Well, you know what you should do is you should just eat seeds. And then when you go poo, you're planting a tree. It's like Ann Arbor day, especially, especially Allie, whatever. What? You're but the Chia pet. Oh my gosh. Okay. So I'm sure you have a friend. Or maybe you are great at impersonating celebrity fright. I please don't do anything, gives me a headache. Okay, here's my other question came into impersonate. So when you work with. So who's not a celebrity. So I asked the question and no one in here really could now tough. What, what except for Andrew Andrew does really good impressions? He does a lot of impressions of people that we might not know but he does a solid scary. Does he he had a good scary? Because he didn't ask can you do a scary personnel? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Okay. Andrew ic- scary. Doing the weather every morning and Scotty studio. And it goes a little something like this. A mix a mix of clouds today, a mix of clouds today, high seventy five and then when he eats, the food there's a whole other one two different shoes. The flavors this righteous. Takes all. Eat them cookies say what scary. What's up? You don't have to challenge me all your mall to ten. Flavors? It it, it's the stuff that scary would say, yeah. It doesn't sound like him, but it's a great impersonation of his manners. You also get his hands in it. Yeah. A big hand. Yeah. So today's scary blew up at the room because only believes you should eat an omelette done, the French way like fluffy. French oddly. Then he got mad at everyone throat you even start with me about how much should be made. I'm like, really? Food network. The proper way to make a French omelette. It involves a lot of blood butter and cooking tags. Which blood butter is this something of song from Karbi? Nick. Oh with your eggs, and the butter. Now it's perfectly folded, and there's no burn marks and other people in the room like you just throw some Pam on a grill. And if it gets Brown, who cares. I'm saying to us this, I've never had a grilled omelette you know, they put it on the grill. And they try with the spatula like real it in the thing is, that's the bad way of making all anti lifting hot a great one. You don't know you can't okay? It'd be honest there is there is a magic to eating a fabulous flinch made fluffy omelette know grilled low and slow a lot of butter. I don't have time for that. Make it our own way. But scary screams at the room, no one's gonna told me wrong. He's not a debate not obey to is the all. Cook your do you clean your on Lapan like wash it? You're not supposed to don's took. You can. Hey, can you tell do your impersonation? Okay. You know what I'm saying? When you go to cooking school, too, chefs, they have to go and make an omelet, I okay? No one's gonna tell me different anonymous fluffing grennell started to bait. It's not don't, don't be mad fest. Restaurants best chefs will tell you you can. That's. Happen. But there is a proper way to make guy to lose my cool hand. We. Of some people get mad talking about politics or abortion, rides or religion. Scaring. It's mad talking about omelettes. I mean mad he was so angry. He actually still before you came into the room and witness that he was yelling at Brody. And I of Brody in me and then you walked in and he turned to you and said, Elvis, I'm calmly rationally trying to tell them that there's only one way to eat enough snitching on L. He doesn't con irrationally say anything, I know, suggesting order and on the corner store. Suggestion. What did it ever occur to their different types of omelettes? I mean you know. No, no, no. There's more void throng. There's only one kind scammy. Scammy went boozy conversation. Understood. Chefs on the chef network. No. Tell you right now. There's only one way to do the. I have a way I love scrambled eggs, but I'm not going to sit here and tell you, it's the only way to makes Graham. Right. My way is a lot of people prefer, not to eat my way not. Now. It's terrible. I apologize. T would say that about an on well. Happy to have it on a plate. Poaching on my God, I'm leaving. Really? There's only one way to tonight. I don't know poaching let's get into the three things you need to know the four things number one, how to make proper. And now we know. All right. Allegedly thirties. This room full of the most interesting people I've ever met. Here's a little weird whenever anyone accuses me being the weird one on the show. I beg to differ. Oh, no. You go ahead Gandhi, I apologize. Authorities in the Dominican Republic are saying that David Ortiz was actually not the intended victim of that shooting, and that he was in the wrong place at the wrong time he was dressed just like the person he was with, who was one of his friends, and that the hitman or aiming at the other person mistaken identity. They ended up shooting. David Ortiz, a new study we talked about this loopless nights can really take a toll on your mental health. It can add to depression, weight gain all kinds of things loneliness. So if you're not getting good sleep go. Get your good sleep sleep. I can't sleep at night because I'm just having that battle in my mind about how to make an omelet class, Gary he. Yes. And finally, we've all had a terrible vacation at some point, right? That you wish you could redo maybe it rained every day. I don't know. Well, there's a company now that wants to pay you ten thousand dollars to take that vacation and have a redo. You're going to have to go online and submit all of the reasons why it was the worst fake -ation and then they're going to decide by July nineteenth. If in fact, you had the worst vacation, and they'll give you ten thousand dollars to it. That's cool. Marijuana Pepsi trending on Twitter. Okay. A woman on a drink. It's not a drink a woman named marijuana Pepsi just got her doctorate. And she said, I'm here to prove that you're not gonna hold you back from anything you can do whatever you want to do, and she wants to go by Dr marijuana Pepsi legally changed her name to marijuana. Pension sounds like a stripper. It does college graduate doctorate. All right. So that's why it's training off drink gets a woman's name. Yeah. And she graduated from college, and now she has Dr marijuana Pepsi. Alana Pepsi with honor three of it. Thank you very much. Hey, this is Harry Mariah. Carey, what's up? This is pink, and you're listening to Elvis in, in the morning show show. Surprisingly only nine percent of singles want to date, casually. So goodbye to one in done dates. If you're looking for something more you need to download the match. Try the match out for free today. Not to get into the Daniel report like ten minutes where you have coming up. Angelina Jolie doing something pretty cool for time magazine. Really what? Yeah. And then you ask me what it's like when you give away a contest, you know, you can't do that. You can't say, hey, here's the secret sound. And then you give me the secrets. That's not good. He's he everyone. I mean, why can't we have dessert before dinner as I'm supposed to tease it, right? Hey, what is this currency that Facebook is coming up with? It's supposed to be like code-named libra. What is it? It's, it's supposed to be like a bitcoin type of thing where there. But they say that they're actually backing it with real currency from Bank. So it will be less volatile. I don't even know how crypto currency were though. He I'm hosting this thing. It's don't wall week from tomorrow, and of course, as you know, of its world pride month, so all the cities across the country, or so, so into this incredible incredible pride year. And but what's going on at stonewall a week from tomorrow is it is a. Fifty years to the day. I believe I believe the twenty eighth is every night Friday I think it is the twentieth. That was original kick the not kick off, but the beginning of the stonewall riots, so we have some special guest stars coming out, and I do believe I heart is going to make it possible to watch it. You can stream it. Oh, and wish we could get more information on that. I don't even know if we're supposed to talk about it, but it's, it's a pride lives stonewall day presented by United Airlines, and it's happening had a week from Friday. Oh, Tony Mullane, Tony Miller knows everything. I we are we releasing the streaming formation. So people around the world can watch this thing next hour, you can stream it as z one hundred dot com. Okay. So it's Z one hundred here in New York. Yep. We're gonna be streaming it for the world to see if this is cool. Do you know what time it starts, it starts around noon? Okay. So we'll be down stonewall around eleven AM kicking off, and then the stream of start around noon. Should I wear rainbows? You should. I'll be so how come we're being so secretive about the guests because I mean it's pretty amazing the guess, for huge. I know. I know. That's why because they're so big that it's just going to be madness. So we're going to be surprised. We don't want to much madness. Well, we won't madness but one about this until you. They are good. So come, that's right. And to be to be a part of this. You'll be there. I mean, we're all going to be there. It's gonna be a major shelves. It's a week from Friday. You can stream it live at z one hundred dot com around. Noon ish east. Coast time it's a pride live stonewall day. Thank you again, to United Airlines for making it possible a possibility. I'm very honored that we're part of it is going to be crazy. I'm really excited. You know, every single year for what fifteen years we have taken off the last week of June the first week of July. So I've, I've, I've been at New York pride. Anything for over fifteen years, I'm out of town, some one of those guys, it vacation time, I'm gonna leave so this, I'm actually staying in off occasion to be a part of this thing excited. We get hit I get hit of all the time for all these events that we do this one. My phone will not stop people are, like can you get me? Can you get me in? Yeah. It's gonna be huge. All right. So just keep listening. You know, of course all this next week. We'll be doing little promos here and there you we'll tell you how to stream and how to watch. All right. Thank you. Tony Tony lay. Tony. We got some great people working here. You don't have said this before, but I have to re up it. I think I have to push the reset button several years ago. I remember looking up and going, wow. We are working with the best crew on this show than ever before. I say now today is the best crew. Yeah. I'm on board with that because you're. Take some of the credit full view. Me, why not? I mean these are the days according to Churchill, my favorite, my favorite quote of all time, let's get into sound with Garrett Garrett, what you have today. All right. So Daniel was telling us about Carrie Underwood being sued for stealing the Sunday night football song. So this is Carrie Underwood version you here on Sunday night football. Okay, go. It's called game on. So apparently back in twenty sixteen a singer named Heidi Merrill, shopped the song to Carrie Underwood and her producer, Mark Bright. And they said, you know what thanks, but no, thanks. We're gonna pass on that. Here's Heidi's version of game on. Saying that sounded like the original. Right. Here's Heidi's original version. I hear some similarity. Yes ohi- filed right here in New York City with the court saying, hey, you owe me some money. Okay. All right. Now let's move on. So this doesn't normally happen on every New York City subway, so group of riders broke out into the backstreet boys. I want it that way because one rider was listening to the backstreet boys, very loud, and the rest of the subway took so they were loudly listened to backstreet boys for the whole train is kind of caught on. Nothing. Tell me why. Okay. They're all keep it. They're having that's on that everyone sings along the way you hear it. Now, Jim Carrey was being interviewed by the Hollywood reporter, and he has a very interesting. Take about selfies. Yeah. He is very strict rule of itself. Southeast stop the world in and they stopped life. You then go. Yeah. It's going on Instagram to give people a false sense of relevance. I picture Steve Jobs. Sometimes everybody's so Gaga about Steve Jobs. I picture of him in hell running from demons won a selfie. Yes. So you can't ask Jim Carey for a selfie no matter high. We said, either him, and he notice when we learned the street, there was a story yesterday about celebrities who do not stop for pictures for selfish. There was a list. The problem was I saw one of those celebrities on the list, yesterday and someone had stopped her to take a selfie with her and she did it. So how accurate is your fake news? All right now. Do the list glad yet because it's not real. I saw this on Ashton coaches Instagram. He was with his wife Mila Kunis, and they were in their car, and they were reading tabloid with their picture on it saying that they broke up. They're getting a divorce and they're splitting up the children. It's over between us. Oh my God. What are we gonna do? Suffocated by me. Oh, I was just so overbearing I'll say what else going on. Oh, you took the kids. I don't get the kids anymore. Dirk secret exposed. Oh my gosh. What was the dog secret? What's really imagined? You're into grocery store about, you just want to pay for your eggs, and your milk, whatever. And there's a tabloid right there next to the cash register it has your photo with the person. You're dating saying you're breaking up totally crazy. It a can't imagine what it's like living what it's like living that life of celebrity, where people like Daniel making up stuff about. What out of three? Right. So we learned a lot about Freddie, Mercury over the last few months with Bowen, rhapsody. And this just came out earlier this morning. So back in October of nineteen eighty five right after Live Aid, where Freddie, Mercury made this incredible performance on stage in front of, you know, millions of people his friend said, hey, do you mind recording a song for an album? I'm putting out and Freddie. Mercury said, I'm feeling it. Let's do it. This is called time waits for no one. And you can listen to it right here. Freddie Mercury knows it's been released or anything. It's out on YouTube right now. You can stream it all over the place, while I'm went for nobody is amazing on the mood for some Queen, good American, Gary. Pretty cool. All right. Again, the song that garett gave us which is on YouTube. It's called time waits for no one. Previously unreleased, you can actually see video. It's pretty cool. All right. Let's get into the Daniel report Daniels invite. It's baby cultures birthday party because it's going to be crazy. They are spending ready for this Cardi B will be spending, or whatever it takes over four hundred K for this birthday party mainly kid, one nine remember, the birthday party vote, even party for the kid and the other guests. And you know, you know, it's her baby. It's culture. She can't believe that culture is going to be a one years old, ask you this question. If you had the money to spend wouldn't you do the same thing. I don't know. I just don't know. He has decided to give his label facelift. He's switching it up a little bit. So he decided that his asylum records, our site, Lisi wasn't Lisi records or something will now be known as they became an say, that's why it's changing it. It'll be now known as Bobby boy records with more e. L hilly sees you? Records will now be known as Bobby, boy records more sense because that's how we know logic if you think about it, right? You can say, Bobby board. I can't thank you logic very much for changing that Angelina Jolie is now a contributing editor for time magazine. She's going to be writing about lots of things like conflict and human rights on a global scale her first piece was actually published yesterday. So if you Google that you'll get a chance to see it she just such great things. Angelina Jolie for stuff like that. The teen choice nominees where nounce yesterday show will air live on FOX August eleventh, that is one of my favorite night's hanging out with my kids and watching the teen choice awards because it's just a it's a really great bonding experience for families. We have so much fun Drake says he is an album mode, which means he is living his best night if he is drinking the champagne, and he is working on some good stuff. So that's exciting. How chance to rapper impromptu stand up at the left factory. Yeah. Watch that they said he wasn't terrible. They said they don't think he will be chance. The comedian anytime soon. You always wanna be reviewed is not terribly wonderful some stand up. I heart radio music festival. Maybe you think you think that ask them to do. You don't usually at the iheartradio music festival. We have the big stage for two nights that we have the daytime stage, this time, we should have comedy state God, we're gonna call iheart. Yuk yuks. Happy style is looking at Disney's negotiating apparently to be prince Eric in the live action, little mermaid own that he's a handsome. He's a handsome, bloke love prince. Eric. Let's see, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, hosting HDTV's, extreme makeover. Revival member extreme makeover home edition. Remember? What was it guys named it hosted? Gosh, he was the nicest guy. Yes. Right. No, no. He was the stipend. Someone ties. Somebody Pennington Huntington. Isn't that the jets quarterback Chad? It was tried out. This is what's awesome. All of our fake news. Fake news. We just don't know. Which one was the guy from the jets. So. Who's hosting you? Debbie ferguson. Okay. Not time. Pennington Pennington from the. It isn't a John Wilkes booth might be. Excited about the series premiere of spin the wheel, that's the Justin Timberlake. Dax Shepard is the hawk. But Justin Timberlake produces it is that tonight. Yes, you can win as much as twenty three million dollars. And is that huge wheel prizes and money? And every here's my those big money shows they, you could three billion dollars. No one ever went twenty three million feel it. Somebody's gonna win it this time. Do you need Greg? Doing G is. Daniel told us that they're going to read to that move that bus show. What's it called extreme makeover home dish, Jonathan Taylor? Thomas hosting. Taylor road. I heard it's not even what we heard. We just don't know. Tyler ferguson. Here's the thing we have become so, so dependent on Google. Do we don't even try to say the right thing Anamour? I know I don't I can't pronounce things with logic record label Elisi of thing. We've really don't rely on our brains. I it started with with our cell phones where we just piled everyone's phone number, and that we don't remember phone numbers anymore. We don't it for anything nothing. We have no need for brain. Great t you know, have no need for brain. You are. Elvis feeling saucy today, does anyone know this man froggy our understand why the wild eat their young Gandhi. If you see something, say something starting your day listening to your eyes, every day ran the morning show. Text us fifty five one hundred standard dean and messaging rates may apply. It's always thrown in the morning show. All right. So just stupid question. You know with all the huge lottery amount. We've had recently. I mean half a billion dollars here. And there, let's say you just won ten million dollars. Okay. Just I mean, what a gift right, if you say you walk away with ten million, that's after taxes. So I was reading a survey recently, they're asking people what would you do with ten million dollars? Okay. A granted up against a half billion dollars. I know it's a totally different thing. I think you could take ten million dollars. You could live the rest of your life on it. Definitely worse. But, you know, if you're living off interest in high yield money market, isn't it, whatever I mean, it's not going to be have billion dollar money, but you could actually move. I would move out of New York City, I would move somewhere where the housing is a lot less expensive and I'd be able to. Okay. I think then again, I have a lot less years left in me. Then you have. That's true piano foles in hits us on the head tomorrow. Leave in your will. Okay. So the question was, what would you do with ten million dollars? What would you do with it? First thing I would do is travel the world. Travel the world. Okay, go get my parents, a driver and personal chef may get one for myself, and then just live like, normally do you don't spend a lot of money. Do you know know what would you do? Gosh, man, I, I, I would definitely start my own business because I've always wanted to have a boutique, or children's entertainment company, or anything else, visit thing I would do stone sort of business. And then I don't know. I mean I'd love to I everyone says it, but I definitely there are some charities that I would definitely give money to that. I love. And then I would put away money for my kid's college so that they wouldn't have to worry about college ever like that was taking care of no problem. Probably with my grandkids to like a couple grandkids. Eventually I'm hoping to unless piano fall piano falls hits me tomorrow. I would definitely travel a lot and take like you said, I love my mom and dad like something special. I don't know what they want, but something special she both of you have have given great, great ideas. And none of them, you know, no-one said, I'm gonna go by Ferrari. Hello. I don't want any of that. I don't want any of that. It's just you get to a point in your life where look you know, with what we do for a living. We will we have great salaries coming in, but we get to experience all these experiences with iheart. And we get to meet celebrities and stuff like that stuff that we don't pay for we get paid to hang out with them. I've done all that we've done on that. The question to you is as you're driving into work, or you're sitting there listening to us ten million dollars like what real thing would after you kept it for a minute without going crazy. What would you do like think about it like so, like you can really tell a lot about yourself when you start giving these answers you really can't? Yeah. It's, it's, it's amazing. People forget, what am I could help out some organizations that need my help? Right. I could travel, I think you have to travel traveling learning to invest in your future as well. Like maybe buy some real estate so that in the future, you know, maybe maybe you're not making the money you know was good. You know, that's basically starting a business. I mean that's that's that's a money maker business. Okay. So now that we've determined that we each want ten million dollars want we get out. We get it. Hoodoo. I have to do. If there was just one person it's true. Yeah. Because I know a family who they split, a massive massive lottery, winning one half of the family went out invested in business in Bonn, apartments and stuff to ran out and the other half the family went out and bought very expensive cars that money's gone. The other money spent on business is making the money. They're now worth more now than they were before they won the lottery. Right. It takes restraint. Yeah. I think you should be allowed to treat yourself to something. Crazy searchers yourself. Right. Just one. Like extravagant thing that maybe there's no monetary value coming in the future. Or you can't make money. You know what I mean? Like to something crazy. With one thing. I think you gotta go fifty fifty though, because the people who invested in the apartments that are making a ton of money they're probably working a lot to whereas the people who invested in. Those cars are probably at living their lives at enjoying it maybe a little bit more so like fifty fifty five million in the Bank or something get the interest. And then spend the other five million frivolously. So you're saying there should be some frivolous. Spin off for sure. You have to enjoy it system. Come on put some away for taxes, too, 'cause they don't come get you at the end of the this is after tax. I love if even better, I think I wanna start an animal sanctuary there. Yeah. Love to do. So I was actually I went onto a real estate. I went to real estate online of whatever. Yeah. I started looking at realtors. Like in the midwest. Then ju like I was a little farmhouse grow some roses. That'd be awesome rose farm. Look look at grandma Elvis. Growing roses, lady. I always start driving a Prius. And have a little stand on the side of the road. And just I wanna like decorate coconuts and like sell them to people Bahamas not cheap. Anyway dream away. I'm not talking to half-billion. I'm talking ten million which is still a Butler a money grab thought about a year. In this morning. Great. He was back. They're going. You can't live on five million. What does he do with his life? I don't know. I don't make anywhere near five million dollars right now and I live so. You got a problem grantee is the no he's the Wall Street guru. Love his financial live off five million dollars. He needs new waiting advice. I've just been handed a brand new top of the chart to coming up. We're going to figure out what the number one songs are in different genders music here in the state and also today, revisiting Bulgaria, France, Turkey, Mexico and Estonia. I know that's coming up next. His name is. With. Durant in the morning show. Oh, I love the top of the charts. Maybe today froggy will get the number one countries. Don't countries on correct the hour. It's gotta be gotta be today. It's gotta we'll see. We'll see all right? Give me some rhythm here scary. It's time for top of the charts. I'm gonna give you the number one song in different genres of chart music, we like here in the states and today we're going to travel to other countries so without your passport ready to go kill. Whip it out. We've been out Daniel. I know you have. Pocono, minus. So big John D. Yeah, what's the number one top? Forty song in America is old town road by Luna's XP during Billy Ray. Cyrus. Doc is. That is my idea blackguard black body on. You're right. What is the number one song in our in being hip hop? Danielle that would be the same song doubt wrote. That is my idea. Black black. I don't know. All right. Can't wait vacation from Brody. But you could give us the number two song. Khalid talk. We just a very good. Five. Well, we get. Hey straightening, what's everyone dance song in America? It's old town road. Little. One. I really wasn't number one, happier marshmallow and best film. Number one for thirty nine weeks. That's my marshmallow. Phil ride too scary. What's number one rock song in America? It's still high hopes panic at this job though. Panicky this number one. Right now. Froggy what's number one country song in America? Get it right. It's gotta be if I your number one the number two on you. Don't you don't you wish that was number one. It's not know Blake Sheldon God's country number one on country charts. On the muddy reate a sand. I got. Some go away. Let's go around the world. Let's start. Oh, god. Here we go. Bulgaria number one song is by crisco. Tuck with that. The number one song by crisco is called dot LA dialing eight could be dining. Number one. These days. Because you need. Pretty close sort of a number one song in France is called Tricia by Nick neck, fo-, featuring damn so cool. You know, I totally messed that up at me. I think it is ok. Okay. Neck, featuring damn so exactly. It's called Tricia. Tricia. That was in France. Number one in Turkey is called Olivia. Balare. Ola. Billiere Ola believer. Gullible ear, Mero, on of. His. Did. Okay. Wow. I got that one kind of right to kind of on fire today. My flag. Oh, because we're going to Mexico session, featuring Durrell is number one with. Otros tago. In mexico. All right, number one is Tonia is by new blue. It's, it's called Rotterdam in here we go. Okay. Song, number one in this Donia. There you go. And there you go. There's your top of the charts. I think it's pretty cool stories that happier by marshmallow. Invested has been number one on the dance chart for thirty nine weeks in, in Daniel your song, high hopes from panic, the disco number one on the rock chart for thirty three weeks. I know the three things you need to know from Gandhi are. Okay. So we were just talking about what all of us would buy if we had ten million dollars. Well, there's a story out now that Russell Crowe is saying, he bought a dinosaur skull from Leonardo Di Caprio when day when he was drunk at his house. Owns dinosaur skull. And then who could strong says, I wanna buy that. I don't know. But it happened liberty who, who bought it from Leonardo DiCaprio crow, guess, Russell Crowe's having a cocktail overload a five. How much you want for that dinosaurs goal pretty much any say thirty five thousand dollars to buy that for thirty five thousand dollars, take one more shot? Exactly these conversations between people that have too much money, much money we talked about this earlier. But thirties are saying that David Ortiz was not the intended target of the shooting. They say that it was actually meant for the person. He was at the bar with they were dressed very similarly and it was a case of mistaken identity. And finally, this is really interesting. You're smart speaker might be able to tell very soon. If you're having a heart attack, I know they say they're going to try and detect audio cues of cardiac arrest and the system was developed using nine one one call samples containing breathing. Sounds that come with a heart attack L that really trying to put all this together and see if you're okay, I think scary having a heart attack. He's a mouth breeder God. He's a mouth breather. And those are three things back to the story. Yes, we're Russell Crowe bought the thirty five thousand dollar dinosaur skull from in order to Capri of the reason why Leonardo DiCaprio sold it to Russell Crowe. Is he wanted to get rid of it, because he was about to buy another dinosaurs goal. I kid you not is that really? Yes. Everyone in the can't have more than one one dinosaurs goal at a time. Middle East rain in the morning show. Brought this up last week going to bring it up again this week Taco Bell is going in hard on their Nacho fries. You've got to check out their new song. Love of my life on the iheartradio app and get your Nacho fries at your local Taco Bell today. Elvis to Randy, Elvis, Duran phone tap what you're all about scary. Well, Hector wants to phone tap his wife, Christina, Christina's been all wound up recently because their son has been picking up really bad habits from this kid, Ricky at school. And that's partly because Ricky gets it from his dad, who pretty much acts like one of the kids. So I thought I pretend to be Ricky's debt. Heck is going to start to call the Christina? And then I'm going to jump in right? We'll see what happens. Hey, listen. I just got a call from from the school. They just let me know that Greg dot signed out. Yeah, I, I don't know. I you know, you know extended because Frank. Jack. I have no idea. I just don't even forties. What do you want me to do the school signed out? And find out what's going on. China working working, you know. These hang out with him. She hasn't smoking cigarettes last time he was over there. Did you Greg's phone? I tried calling him. He is off. I said, I'm Texas apply. I got paid phone number. I can get him on the worn right now. Try call it, okay. Dave. I got his number from that one thing. Right. Right. What Steve is hold on. Basset low. Yeah. Rickie. What did you are out of pool without asking permission? Besina. Greg's mother angry much. You can't. Visit mates schools done dad half days. What are you sick? Where is your aren't showing goal? No, I do. But the struggle is real, Christina, not for you to sign out out of school. FM L, parent or guardian I'm guardian Hello. I am gonna punch you in your you should be excited because I'm not charging you babysitting fees, and your pay. Panthers. Admission into six flags. Okay. So I'm gonna charge you for that. Yeah. You take my ninety miles down the highway. Are you hear? I wanted to play in the street they're gonna get home. She. Are you? All right. Well, that ask elated quickly route, no slow your roll slow your room. I, I don't care what you paid for care, where you are you bring it back here. Right now. I can't do that. Waiting online for King Kong right now. Hang on one second. Let me speak to the man of the house. Heck man of the house Hector? How do you feel about this thing to do with this house? I'm talking to you. Sorry by Felicia. Name christina. Yeah. Okay. Did pay for them. I mean it's not that big of a deal guitar railing, railing male bonding. You know he didn't even go to school today. What is wrong? Would you epic time at the time? What are you six years old, zero given their okay Christina? Okay. Yeah. I'm calling the police police 'cause this is happening right now. Why talk like your L teenage skid because I'm the cool dad cool on the cool down. You're watching it there and handcuff. Listen to what you're talking, you sound white girl wasted right now, Zachary while you're by yourself, while you're hanging on Friday night fall asleep at eight o'clock on the couch, I'm getting turned up. We are on drugs. I'm telling you. Do you have a good time? We don't have to get personal stuff here. Okay. He'll be shot clock. You guys in. I know your whole story. Okay. Adrian and all of our friends, we all know all about your wife and she just walked out on you. Whatever she was ratchet for the very beginning. Hang out. With Ricky anyway, you are terrible influence your like a terrible father Jos, because your basic bitch. Are you actually laughing at this point, you're a bitch really? You are you laughing time. Okay. That's. Genomes. Vala Costa, right? In my coun- you wanna go on that, man that rides on fleet Cremona phones. Let's take a selfie three of us. Yeah. You guys posted to Snapchat. Okay. Are you hear what I'm saying? I'm calling the cost right now face palm. You guys are all on something. I don't know what it is. But I'm not buying the on. We're, we're on. We're, we're on. We're on the radio on the radio. Get right. Okay. Anything any Christina? What that awkward moment when you've been phone tapped? Jealous just in the morning show. Got you. Greg's not great adventure even school. I got insult God. I can't even. Have an idea for a phone to have a heavy strain dot com. Click on the phone tap tap. Tell us what you wanna do. Tap was pre recorded with permission granted by all participants Elvis Duran phone tab on Elvis, Duran in the morning show. Danielle one. Why are you yelling at me? I on I'm looking text message for my story. Hold on. Wait. Wait, what do you have? Okay. So we talked about this earlier ventures. Endgame being released next weekend's going to have some new footage after the credits. The re release could push endgame over avatar for the old time, global box record write box office record. Now I thought this kind of sucks because every releasing it it's not the original release. Are they playing fair will I was told by our atman who you know is like a marvel crazy person? He said that avatar actually did the same thing. They didn't make that box office record from their theatrical release their initial release. And he said since dizzy owns both. It's fine. So just in time for Disney. Yeah. This is what I'm the Hollywood Porter's annual someone. Since ammon. The text. Yeah. And anti did my store. Nobody. He said, let me do, then you'll doesn't make this stuff up. She has real source to have some sources sort of Tele, so the Hollywood reporter's annual list of the most powerful people. In comedy includes, of course. Ellen Degeneres, Melissa McCarthy Amy Poehler, Seth Rogan Adam Sandler alley. Wong, David Brody and the list of. One of those important people in comedy, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, we'll be hosting HDTV's revival makeover, extreme makeover. Home addition. Carry what is one of the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a man who claims her Sunday night football song game on was stolen from them. And Drake's is he's a good place. He's working on some new music. He's an album mode, which means that he's living a great life, and he's drinking his champagne and he's working on some stuff. So that's good. And Cardi B is going to be throwing a first birthday party for her daughter culture, she going to spend about four hundred K in the birthday this can we break it down one hundred thousand dollars on a one year old birthday. Where's that money, going, first of all, is the venue wherever they're having expensive? I'm sure they're gonna live music. Okay. So where's the other four hundred thousand dollars? Decoration gifts decorate party city, four hundred I could do it for cheaper, I party setting but maybe, maybe she's having, like a carnival theme and she's got like ponies coming maybe live animals. I don't know but we'll see. We'll see. But she's she's doing some cool stuff and would hire scurry Jones, you about house. Abound town. Yes, found houses are not that much money. Gold plated downtown, cool. Not a lot about s- twenty money inside twenty bedroom. Bouncy house. Garage, it fits ten cars abounding Raj. Pull the car in the whole thing, deflate. Jason momoa, your man again remake the movie twins. But this time he wants to do with Peter inkling. I would look good. So that would be cute drink, which is one of the greatest actors really is. He's really good. All right. What else you got? That's it. All right. Oh, did you ought to Mahomes new dance? Track heard dancing with no body in the videos. Really? Cute. We lost Mahoney. Do he's our boy. What else that's it? I know if we'd just like to stop in there. We have silence. You'll come up with into the store pink released video for ninety days. You know that, that, that her song, it's a good video. Checkout. Okay. That's it. Well, it is the sequel to trolls patrols world tour. You didn't know. The morning show. Brought this up last week going to bring it up again this week Taco Bell is going in hard on their Nacho fries. You've got to check out their new song. Love of my life on the iheartradio app and get your Nacho fries at your local Taco Bell today this week on ephemeral. 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4-12-2020 Worship Service

Shiloh Truelight Church

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4-12-2020 Worship Service

"Well like to welcome everyone today. That home wherever you might be hearing the words today like to welcome you all and I hope that you're able to get help eternal hell. I think this morning as the week has been going on here the days before today. I hope that we've all been thinking about the season in times of the year that we've been living in and all this going on through our land and what took place about two thousand years ago. How our Savior was crucified? But then today on that third day he rose again. God brought him out of that tune victorious over death and over Satan and he lives again. He is alive today and we'll sing this morning. I want to sing and I want you to all sing along with me. We're saying in the out of our handbook. The Blue Book number eighty nine. She arose sing along with that flow the grave. He a Jeez smile. I say way leading the Army G. Mine Lou. Dry Up his own. Victor from the dog and he site rose he rose crime a they need they choose g say may the cheese as my from the grave with try. August from the door. Do Ninety insight rose Crime stew and spray g buys say Y- bars Geez. Smile gravy arose with Dr the door. Do lose site he rose Crying stood and amen to that. He arose in victory over Satan overseeing from that gray all man did to try to stop. That had nothing to do with hindering. He was victorious in all that he did. And those are the some of the things that I want us to talk about today the life of Jesus Christ and what it meant for all of us first of all remembering how he was born that he was born by Virgin One ahead never known manned but Christ was born with young virtuous woman and he was in Europe on the earth and he was protected by God even though man tried to take his life very soon after he was born here. God protected him. He had to work for him to do. He sent his son here to overcome all things for us and a very early age than he was there in the temple asking questions and answering questions of lawyers and doctors there. He was about his father's work and they were astonished at his understanding in astonished the things that he could bring forth and he asked and then a few years later it was time for him to go into the ministry. It was time for him to spread the Gospel to spread the law of grace. It was time for him to let mankind understand why he had come here to the earth. John the Baptist the forerunner of all of that airport near and Jesus went to him to be baptized of John. John Said No. I need to be baptized with you. But the Lord said no let it suffer it to be so. This is the things that have been written and John Baptized Him and he saw the spirit descend from heaven upon him in the form of a dove. Seeing this is my well beloved son and these things took place about two thousand years ago and then he started out of preaching and teaching how man should live here on the earth and how he wanted him to conduct himself and I want to start today. I want us to read and we're GONNA read in John. The most part the gospel of John. We'll start today. I WANNA start in the third chapter of John and I know we've read these things over and over but I think it'll be good for us today to. Let's just go through. And Look at some of the highlights in this book of John of how he is expect how the Lord told his people and he set the example for them to live here on the earth and if we have strayed from these things. It's time for us all to let's get back to him. Must listen carefully to his words and we'll start here in this third chapter. I Verse The Gospel of John. There is a man of the Pharisees Nicodemus. A ruler of the Jews. The same came to Jesus by night and says to him. Rabbi we know that Dr to teacher come from God for no man can do these. Miracles that Thou dualist except God be with him Jesus Sanford said unto him barely barely I say today except a man be born again. He cannot see the Kingdom of God right into beginning here of his ministry. He was telling the people how what must happen in their life. Nicodemus could see that there is a special work being done in this man and he says you're a teacher come from God but that was not enough to be saved to accept that Jesus then proceeded to tell him what must happen and he said except a man be born again he cannot see the Kingdom of God. And he's talking about that. Eternal Kingdom Nicodemo said that to him. How can a man be born when he is? Oh how can he enter the second time in to his mother's womb and be born Nicodemus could only think about the natural birth. And that's all he could understand about. It's all he had ever been exposed to but our Lord and save your head something new to tell him. Jesus answered barely barely into the except a man be born of water and of the spirit he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God that which is born of the flesh is flesh and that which is born of the spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I set into the you must be born again the wind blow where it lists and now here's the sound they're all because not tale. Whitsett come and go so as everyone that is born of the spirit he says that is a spiritual birth and that can only come from God. The father that is the only place in the world does not know anything about that. They cannot conceive of where that comes from but he says that which is born of the flesh is flesh and we've all seen that and we understand that and he says but that which is born of the spirit is spirit in the only ones that can truly understand that is those who go to the Lord and ask for that. Come into their life you have to ask. He will not push it on him but we have to ask. Mickey Namus After Sedentary. How can they slayings be? He still did not understand. But I want you to look at what the mercy of God was in the mercy of Jesus Christ was in that day. He didn't just push Nicodemo Asaf. He didn't just very shortly. Say you ought to understand what I'm talking about. What is wrong with you? You're a man of authority Nicodemus astern. Senate the HAM. How can these things be? Jesus entered said unto him. Aren't thou master of Israel and no us not these things? He did chastising. Some he says. Do you not understand this. He says barely saying to the we speak that we do know and testify that we have seen and you receive not our witness now. Jesus. This is what I was talking about that. He went on and he started to go into detail. And that's what he was going to do instead of just walking away and saying this man doesn't understand anything. Jesus began to go into detail about how he could receive that he says. If I have told you earthly things and you believe not how are you believe if I tell you of heavenly things and no man had to send it up to heaven but he he. They came down from heaven even the son of man which is in heaven and as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness even so must the son of man be lifted up that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. Now these would Jesus was beginning to tell him of what was what how he could have at eternal life how he could be born of the new spirit and friends. That's what we all have to have. Is that new spirit that spiritual birth and this is the most quoted verse that people might say that's in within the Bible for God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten son that whosoever believe within him should not perish but have eternal life. For God's sake not his son into the world to condemn the WORL- world through him might be saved he that believe at on him is not condemned but he that believe it not is condemned already because he hit not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God and this is the condemnation that lied is coming to the world and men loved darkness rather than light because their deeds were evil for everyone that do evil hated the light. Neither come to the light lest his deeds should be reproved but he that do us truth. Come to the light that his deeds may be made manifest that they are. Rault in gone. Listen carefully to what he was telling him there that he understood and he wanted this man to understand how he could be born again but the first thing he had to believe on. Jesus Christ that is the first thing that we have to do is to have faith that Jesus Christ came here to the Earth the son of God for our sins and he overcame all things as we can see as we read through he was able to overcome Satan in every situation that was brought before him he that believe with on him is not condemned now he that believe on. Jesus Christ now whom we believe on him and we accept him then we have to walk in his spirit we have to have that spirit of the Holy Ghost dwelling richly in that new birth. Then and this is the condemnation that light is coming to the world in the light of. Jesus Christ the light of the spirit of God damned the Worl- and they're evil and wicked ways because he is not believed in the name of the only begotten Son if we don't believe Abon Ham and walk in his spirit and let his spirit rectus we will be condemned to eternal hail for everyone that do with evil hate if the light and we can see that throughout the World Today. That man hates the light because of their evil ways. Satan has them so deceived that they do not want to see the light. They want to continue in their wicked ways. And the light condemns their way. But he'd do a truth he that does the truth. He that follows the commandments of God through Jesus Christ Cometh to the line we drawn to that because we have we want to have fellowship with Jesus that his deeds made manifest they're eroding God that our deeds then our works are words. One all be made manifest that they are the works of God in us as we go through as we travel through this life we can see in know and understand that this is what he came here for us now here. He is in the beginning of his ministry basically and he's gone out and he's telling people things that are going to take place here on the earth with the spirit of the Holy Ghost in mankind of how it will change their life and if that spirit has not changed your life see him see cam today go to him and be asking what must I do more that. I might have eternal life. I want to turn over now to another catcher in John here we can read several places just in John of what he his dud with people all the way along we'll read a few verses here in the Fourth Chapter. Starting at the twenty first verse of the Four Chapter Woman believe me the Hour Cometh Nater this mountain or yet at Jerusalem worship the father. You worship you know what we know what we worship for salvation of the Jews but the our come at the now is when the true worshipper for show worship the father in spirit and in truth for the father seek it such to worship em He had just met this woman there the whale and he had told her about her ways of life and how that he was. Had that water. That if you drink at spiritual waters what he was talking about would never thirst again and he says there for the father seek is such to worship Pam and that is who he is. The father is seeking all of mankind. Today that will worship him that will last side their wicked ways in worship. Pam The woman say FM to him. I know that Messiah Cometh which is called Christ. Who when he is calm. He will tell us all things. Jesus seth onto her That speak unto the M. He speaks unto you and he. And that's what I wanNA stalled understand today that it is Jesus Christ. They came here to the earth. It is him that live the life of righteousness. It is him that is offering grace to us today. The power of God over all things that we might have eternal life through ham and they use this as what took place how he lived his life. How he instructed others as he went along in these. Let's turn over on over into the fifth chapter there in John. We'll start reading. Had the fourteenth verse afterward Jesus Find Him in the Temple and Saith unto him behold Dour made whole sin no more less two worst thing come up on the and I want you to remember now what took place here. What had just taken place how Jesus had gone there to the pool. And he had seen this man that had been sick for many many years but he had never been able to get into the pool when the angel came down but Jesus just ask him. The question will bow be made whole and spiritually. Today where you are you right beside the pool today but never been able to be fully healed spiritually and still there beside the pool in an unsafe condition. And I'm telling you today and this is what Jesus was doing that time he is. They're saying well now be made whole sequested. And that's what Jesus is asking to each and everyone cements what he's done all the way along. Since he was here up on the Earth through his service will now be made whole. Will you repent of your hands where you live? In accordance to my words will you accept me as a savior first of all? And will you allow my spirit to direct dear? And he had told this man to take his bed and wall to leave. He was healed and then later he saw him and he says behold our made whole seeing no more now whom we have been made Ho Spiritually. He is given that same commandment to us today. Go insane no more. He says less worst thing. Come upon you unless you lose sound and then you're in a worse condition than you were before. But he says now you've been made whole I've how give to you power overseeing. That's the hope that we have that we have at that. We have that power over it and we can't overcome it in. We can hold out. We can endure into the end. The man departed told the Jews that it was Jesus which had made him whole. Are we willing to go and tell people today that it's Jesus made us whole spiritually? I wish we all understand that today. That is Jesus made us hold fast. The case with you. It's Jesus made me home. Spiritually not my works but him and therefore did the Jews persecute Jesus and salt to slay him because he had done these things on the Sabbath Day but Jesus Answered Damn. My father worked with heather to and our work therefore the juice salt the more to kill him because they not. He had not only broken the sample but said also that God was his father making him equal with God. Then answer Jesus and send them to them. Barely barely you. The son of man can do nothing of himself but what he see if the father do for what things whoever he do with these also this do it the sun likewise now the father there was a perfect be the father was perfect in righteousness and the sun was the same. He says the Sun can do nothing of himself but what he see the father and that is how he was here up on the earth full of the spirit of the holy ghost letting his father's will be done in him for the father loved the Sun and show him all things that himself Dua and he will show him greater works than these that Ye may marvel and those greater works was for man to be able to receive that spirit man to be able to receive the same thing that son had and to be able to overcome Satan Marvel at that friends of what the power is of God and what it can do for each and every one of us for is. The father raises the dead and quickness them even so the sun quicken whom he will for the father judges no man but have committed all judgment into the sun that all men should honor the sun even as they honor the father he that on earth not the sun honor if not the father. We just sent him now where we today are. We honoring him by the way that we live. Our life is life giving honor and praise back to the Lord for what he has done for us. The father judges no man but have committed all judgment into the sun that all men should honor the sun even as they honor the father heated honor not the sun on Earth. Not The father which he is saying barely barely. Let me have your teaching. He says I saying to You. He'd here my word and believe with on him. That sent me half ever lasting live aid man. Listen to what he said. Carefully I say unto you he here my word my commandments and believe with own him that sent me believe that the God did. He sent his son here to live a life. That would be an example for us and to overcome all things so that we can be forgiven of our CNN's he hormone Matt Cross and his blood was poured out. But that cross was part of what Man's Redemption Is that cross was the final part. But Man's redemption started at birth of Jesus Christ and the things we're talking about was securing man's redemption that he hears my word and believes own him. That sent me have everlasting life and shall not come into condemnation but passed from death unto life. Being courage friends being encouraged. All of us what he saying here that we can have everlasting life. The world is so fearful in such fear today of death and my come upon it will come up on all of us. At some point there is none of us that is not going to lead this body. That is not going to go through death. It might be there. That final day when Christ descends but we will lay down this natural body and pickup a spiritual body to rise to meet him in the air to ever be with him and shown not come to condemnation the wrath of God not rain down upon them because they've got everlasting life. They believed on Jesus Christ they believed on the father. They walked in his ways but as passed from death right into life. Barely barely into you. The hour is coming and now lives in the dead show. Hear the voice of the son of God and they hear Sheila Venise Talkin Year now about those spirit. Those that are spiritually day in rams that is every one every man woman boy and girl that has been born on. The Earth was born at natural birth dead spiritually and asks what he's talking about for is the father have life in himself so healthy given to the sun to have life and himself. We go back to that twenty-fifth worse the hours coming now is when the day show hear the voice of the son of God and they that hear show live and right above. He's talking about that all of those that believe and that's all those that are dead but they hear the voice of the son of God they hear it and they accepted they. Here shall Leow pay that accept it? And then use the power in whatever way he sees fit for as the father half life in himself so healthy given to the sun to have life in him sale and have given him authority to execute judgment also because he is the son of man. Marvel nodded this for the hours coming. In which all that are into graves show hear his voice and shall come forward they that have done good listen to what he says. They have good unto the resurrection of life. They that have done evil to the resurrection damnation again. These words is our Lord is telling us of how that we need to accept him in how mankind needs to walk in his words. Misread that twenty nine verse again. Let's start at twenty marvel not at this marvel not that God has given the power of him he says all powers given unto me is what Jesus has told us. Power of God for the hour is coming in. Which all that are in the graves. Cohere his voice. And that's all of those at that final laid in the grays they show hear his voice the righteous and shall come forth the righteous coming for. They have done good into the resurrection of life. They that have done evil. He says UNTO THE RESURRECTION OF DAMNATION. All being brought forth and some carried right on into eternal life and son into eternal hail. Some are in that fixed condition now friends but you and I are here on the earth and we've got a wonderful opportunity to know him. We've got a wonderful opportunity to read and understand what he has done for us. And how we can have eternal life and be resurrected to life instead of death. Don't you to turn over into the six chapter there? John I want you to start. We'll start reading here at the fortieth verse. The six chapter John and this is the will of him that San May Hussein him. We just been talking about that. God the father saying that everyone which see the sun and believe it may have everlasting life and I will raise him at the last day the judgement given to him and he says I will raise him up at the last day. This is the whale of him that sent me the will of the father that all those that believe upon him the father would keep and no man can plug us out of the fathers hand. We can have that hope of eternal life and be saved from raft of gone then everyone which see the sun and believe all hail may have everlasting life and I will raise him up at the last day the Jews murmured him because he said I am the bread which came down from heaven and they said is not this Jesus the son of Joseph whose father and mother we know. How's it then? Did he say I came down from heaven? Jesus therefore entering answered and said Unto Them Murmur. Not among yourselves he says. Don't be marmion among yourself. Listen to what I have told you and believe me this. What Jesus was telling them he says don't be murmuring about the slaying to Mung your sales become to me. He says no man can come to me except the father has sent me draw him and I will raise him up at the last day now. He says now. If you believe me you believe up on my father. And he says my Father Dan will draw you unto him and he we'll give me the spirit of the Holy Ghost to give to you that comforter then you'll be able to walk in the spirit of that comforter and you'll be able to endure until the end and I'll raise him at that last day. Many many wonderful encouraging words as it is written in the prophets and they show all we called of God every man therefore that hath heard and half of learn the father. Come on to me not that any man has seen the father safe. He which is with God. He had seen the father fairly fairly. I stand to you. He that believe with own me have ever lasting life just keeps bringing this out to us as we read through and we go through how many times he talks about that he's going to give us everlasting life through his son. Jesus Christ I am the bread of Life Your Fathers Do Manon Wilderness Center dead. Jesus Christ as the bread of life the bread of eternal life and he tells them and we'll read on and see what takes place. This is the brain your fathers. Did He Manna in the Wilderness? Enter dead this is the bread which come down from heaven that a man may eat thereof not die he started about now accepting Jesus Christ and eating that spiritual bread that food that meet that will give a spiritual strength is what he's talking about now accepting Jesus. This is the bread which come down from heaven. He was sent by his father which come down from heaven that a man may eat their off and not die. I am the living bread which came down from heaven. If any man eat of this bread he shall live forever and the bread that I will give us my flesh which I will give for the life of the world. He says I will give that hang on that cross to finalize my work here on near to finalize the work of God hero. Near to finalize man's salvation. How will give for the how will give me go back and read that whole Verse Fifty First Verse? I am the living bread which came down from heaven. If any man eat of this bread he shall live forever heating bread accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior and the bread that I will give is my flesh which I will give for the life of the world for the tunnel life of the world. All of those won't accept him. Has that opportunity. The Jews therefore strove among themselves. Saying how can this man give us this flesh to eat then Jesus said unto them fairly fairly are saying to you except you eat the flesh of the son of man and drink his blood. You have no life in you if we are not accepting him as being savior and drink his blood. We walk in his spirit. Who so edith. My flesh and drink of my blood half the Turner life and now will raise him up. The last day for my flashes made indeed and my blood is drank. Indeed he then edith my flesh and drink my blood dwellers with me and I in him now if we dwelling him and he is dwelling in us. What kind of works would we'd bring forth? Will we walk in his spirit where we keep his words will he? Will we follow his commandments? This is the bread which came down from heaven. Not as your father did eat. Manna Dey in he. That edith this bread shall live forever. They ate of that natural brand and they died some of them laid of that bread and did not give thanks and die that spiritual day but he says he that edith this braid this spiritual bread and drink of this spiritual blood shall live forever. Heavy tunnel life forever owners to go over to the twelve chapter in the same book just many many things we can read and we can talk about what he is the start at the forty fourth verse of the Twelve Chapter of John. Jesus cried saying he. That believed own me. Believe if not on me but on him that sent me again. Remember all the way along what? He's been talking to us about that. He believes on me believes on him. That sent me and God is the father. God is where it all originates and he gives a spirit to his son to give to us. He said his son here. Full of the spirit of the Holy Ghost that we might believe on him and believable and the Father Jesus cried and said he that believe me believe if not on me but on him that sent me and he that see if me see him that sent me. I come allied to the world. Whoever believe with on me should not Obama'd and darkness high come alight. He says a light to overcome the darkness and think about remember when we lived in darkness ourselves before we received that speer but now he says I am come allied into the WORL- to the take the darkness of wickedness the darkness of that evil. Spirit out of us that. Who's whoever believe it on me. Should not abide in darkness and if any man hear my words and believe not I judge him not for. I came not to judge the world but to save the world. He came to save us. We were already judged. The word of God had already judges to Eternal Hail. He that reject me and receive. If not my words have one judges him the word that I have spoken the same show judge here and the last day the words that he has spoken the way that he has committed himself to tell us how we needed to live our lives here on this earth. If we do not follow those words that will be a judgment against us. Doesn't matter who you are it will be a judgment against us. We came here dead in that sinful body that we came we can be resurrected back to lie by receiving him but if we reject him and we reject his words and received not my words we do not hear his words and we do not walk in his words. Have One judge him word that I have spoken. And what has he spoken? He says I have spoken. And I've told you two things of my father of what he has given to me what my father has given to me. I have given to you. You have no me you have known my father for. I have not spoken of myself. But the father what he's talking about again right here for. I have not spoken of myself. But the father which sent me he gave me a commandment that I should what I should say and what I should speak the father gave the commandment to the sun and Sun. There is walking. He walked been that and he is asking for us now to walk in those same commandments. That his father gave to him. But the father which sent me he gave me a commandment what I should say in what I should speak and I know that. His commandment is life everlasting. Now I know that today and that is what. We have gone over numerous times already today. That his commandments. His words his spirit is life. Everlasting whatsoever I speak therefore even as the father said unto me so I speak now. Do you think that words throughout this Bible these of the words that the father has given to me and I speak down. We truly believe and are you accepting these words today as the father words coming through. Jesus cries I am reading his words that he's had recorded for US I am discourse and on them and I believe he has given us the right words to say that we can understand what his earliest for us and we can understand how we can have eternal life by believing upon him and walking in that spirit of the Holy Ghost leading that direct us and everything that we say and that we do on a turnover and to the fourteenth fourteenth chapter that chapter is just full of encouragement. We read the whole thing but we won't read it all today. We'll read some. I want to read the first couple of verses. Let not your heart be troubled. You believe in God believe also in a again he says believing. God believe in me and you believe in God in my father's House are many mansions. If it were not so I would have told you I go to prepare place for you and if I go and prepare place for you our come again and receive you and to myself that where I am there ye maybe also and whether I go you know and the way the you know the way today friends. That's what we have been talking about here. Today is the way to eternal life. There's only one way and that's through. Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior no other way. I WANNA start now over at the eleventh verse of this same chapter. Believe me that I am in the father and the father in me or else believe me for the very worst thing he says. Look at the works that I have done here near. He says I believe me that I am in the father. And the father in me. Because I'm telling you these things. He says believe me but he says if that's not enough he says look at the works that I have done here and they've been working to five of the father and believe me for those very works ache. He says very very I say to you. He believed that though me the works that I shall do also in greater works than these. Shelly do because I go to my father. Now listen carefully to what he says. They are nascent now. He believes own me and accepts me. Has That spirit. The worst that I'd do the works that Jesus Christ Dear Shahi do also that spirit can work within US overcome Satan and you and me just as it did in Jesus Christ and we can walk with him and greater worms than these. Shall he do because I go to my father and we can do greater works today because he went to his father and he sent that comfort back to us at whatsoever. You shall ask in my name that will I do that? The father may be glorified in the Sun. If you show ask anything in my name I will do it if we have anything in his name according to his will since I will do it. This fifteenth verse should be one that that is one should be one of the most quoted things in our vocabulary in a Christians. Mind if you love me. Keep my commandments. There's way too much throughout the world today. That says yes. I believe him but I don't have to walk in that spirit. I do not have to keep his commandments. That's a laugh from hail. This was the truth of God the truth of Jesus Christ that I'm reading if you love me. Keep my commandments. And I will pray to pray the father and he show give you another comforter that he may abide with you forever. Even the spirit of truth whom the world cannot receive because seeing him not neither noah him but you know him for he dwelt with you and shelby with you. You can know him. You can know that spirit that spirit of truth. We can all know it. He says the world cannot receive that because they are not willing to accept him Jesus Christ and they are not willing to lay down their sinful life into walk in the power of God. But you know he'll for he'd dwell with with you and show being you and I will not leave you comfort Louis. I will come to you. And he is not leaving US Comfort Louis. Today they killed him. They put him in that tune but glory Hallelujah God raised him out of that and he was here on the earth. Comforting his disciples showing them that he was alive. And I believe today that he is alive and is there a right hand of God. The father today in mediating for you and for me I will not leave you comfort Louis. How come to you yet. Love while in the world see with me no more but you see me because I live you shall live also and he is living today and because He Leeann. We can all have any colonel life that day. You know that I am in my father. Father and me and I knew that half my commandments and keep it there he is that. Loveth me has his commandments. Written in our hearts and keep with them he says he it. Is that love me? That pure love loves him above all other names and he that loveth me shelby loved of my father. Listen it now if we love him that undivided love. He says we show beloved of my father and I will love him and will manifest myself unto him amen to that that he has that for us that I will love him and will manifest muscle after Judah Saith unto him not as scary Lord housing the Dow manifest itself onto us and not into the world Jesus answered and said to him if a man love me he will keep my words. My father will love him and we will come into ham and bake are bowed with him. If we love him he says my father if we keep his words he says my father will love him and we will come onto ham and make our road with him. We will be at one with him. We will live with him he that loveth me not to listen to what he says. He didn't love me. Not Keep not my savings and the word which you here is not an the word which you here is not mind. But the father's which sent me. He says now listen carefully he says he that. Loveth me not keep not my savings now. How can we say that we love Jesus above all things and then we go out here and live a life? That has nothing to do with him. He says those are ones he says he that loveth may not keep it not my sayings at as a la when we say that we love him but we do not do as he has asked. Castillejo. He says the word which you hear the word that you're hearing today the words that he is telling us about. He said the words which is not mine. He says that's not just coming from me. He says but their fathers that sent me this God saying that. If you love me you would live in accordance to my commandments. He says if you do not keep my saves you do not truly love me these things. I Have Spoken unto you being present with you but the comforter which is the Holy Ghost whom the father will send in my name. He's shown teach you all things and bring all things to your remembers whatsoever. I have said unto you peace. I leave with you my peace I give unto you not as the world give give on to you. Let not your heart be troubled. Neither let it be afraid. Wonderful words of Li- encouragements there the comforter which is the Holy Ghost whom the father will send in my name. He shall teach you all things and bring all things to your remembers whatsoever. I have said unto you peace. I leave with you my peace I unto you not as the world give give I onto you. Let not your heart be troubled. Neither let it be afraid. Don't be afraid. Don't let your heart be troubled. Put it into the hands of Jesus Christ would look right here in this. Next chapter the Fifteenth Chapter Starting there at the fifth verse. I am the vine. You're the branch is he did abide in me and I in Him. The same bring a fourth much fruit for without me. You can do nothing if a man abide not in me. He is cast forth as a brains and is weathered and men gather them and cast them into the fire and they are burned back. If you're biding me in my words abiding you. You shall ask what you will. And she'll be done to you if you abide in me and abide and my words abiding you that you've got that in your treasure his words or ain't that treasure that you can bring out and use things new and old to carry you through this life you shall ask what you will and she'll be done into you here in is my father. Glorified that you bear much fruit social. Ub My disciples both as the father had love. May So have I loved you. Continue and my father has loved you as the father has loved me the Sun. So have I loved you. That he laid down his life for you says continue in my love. If You keep my commandments you shall abide in my love. Even as I have kept my father's commandment and abide in his love. How was he able to abide in walk with his father own way to the end he kept his father's commandments? Harkin you in our Abbad walk with him all the way to the end we can love him and keep his commandments and we can walk with him. These things I have spoken into you that my joy might remaining you that your joy might be for this is my commandment that you love one. Another as I have loved you I wanNA turn over and read a few words here in the sixteenth chapter these thing. This is the thirty Wistar here. And the thirty. First Verse of the Sixteenth Chapter. Do you now believe and France affairs anybody under the sound of my voice today and I know that there is that has not accepted. Christ don't you understand this and I want you to think about the things that we have read here today and all the encouragement that he has done and he says there do we now believe behold the our comer. Yale is now come that you shall be scattered every man to his own and she'll leave me alone and yet. I am not alone because the father is with me these things. I Have Spoken unto. You Bet you might have peace in the world you shall have tribulation be of good. Cheer over comb. The World Christ was finishing up his work here on the earth and he was talking to his disciples telling them that they would flee they would be scattered but he says the father is still with me and we'll be with me till the end and he says these things. I Have Spoken unto you that you might have peace. He's given us all these wonderful words in the world you shall have tribulation and we shall have those things but be of good cheer. I have overcome the world. He overcame it by keeping the commandments of God. He overcame it by being one with God. I've overcome the world. I want us now to turn to Matthew. The twenty chapter of Matthew Jesus had gone through the crucifixion he had been placed in to indy end of the Sabbath it began to dawn toured the first day of the. We came Mary Magdalene. And the other Mary to see the Septum. And behold there is a great earthquake for the Angel of the Lord descended from Heaven and came and rolled back the stone from the door and said opponent. His countenance was like lightning in his Raymond White as snow and for fear of him. The keepers did shake and became as dead man and the angel answered to the women. Fear not he for. I know that you see Jesus which was crucified. And he is telling all of you today. Fear Not ye that are there that are searching for him fear. Not I know that you see Jesus which is crucified. He is alive today friends and he is available to you. Go to just as these women had come there to the grave go. Jesus today and asked him he is not here for he is residency. Said come and see the place where the Lord Lay and go quickly and tell his cycles that he is risen from the dead and behold he before you into Galilee there you see him and lo I have told you and they departed quickly from the sceptre with fear and great joy did run to bring his disciples word. Great joy was within now because Jesus Christ was alive is great joy in us today because he has been resurrected back to life today and as and as they did they went to tell his disciples behold Jesus met them save all hail and they came and held him by his feet and worshiped him then said Jesus unto them be not afraid. Go Tell my brother that they go into Galilee and bear shell they see me now when they were going behold some of the watch came into the city and showed it in to the chief priests all the things that were done and when they were assembled with the elders and had taken cancel they gave them large money into the soldiers. Say saying say Ye. His disciples came by night and stole him away while we slept. And if this comes to the governor's ears who persuade him and secure him so they took the money and did as they were called into saying this common reported to the among the Jews and to this day and they are people today. That is going around. These men saw what was taking place there that day but I went and they told it and instead of accepting what God was doing. In that day these people construct an ally and began to teach that men would stay in darkness and that is what is happening throughout the world today. A lot of places that allies being taught and people continue to stay in darkness. So they took the money and did is they. Were Tom and this. Saying is commonly reported among Jews until this day. Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them and when they saw him they worshiped him but some doubted and Jesus came and spoken to them say all powers given unto me in heaven and in her earth Jesus had been risen and he's had been communicating with his father and he was there and now he was here on the earth right before he was ascending back to his father and he told them all powers given unto me in heaven and Earth go ye therefore and teach all nations baptizing them in the name of the father and the son and of the Holy Ghost teaching them to observe all things whatsoever. I have commanded you and lo I am with you. Always even until the end of the world amy how to look carefully to what? Jesus told in his departing words teaching. Now now you go go ye therefore and teach all nations baptizing them in the name of the father and a son and the holy goes teaching now to observe all things whatsoever. I have commanded you teaching now to follow his commandments teaching them to walk in his word. And Lo I am with you alway even unto the end of the world. I will be with you. I will give you the words to say I will give you the spirit of the Holy Ghost. He says all powers given unto me in heaven and Earth he says. I will send to you a comforter and he says marvel that these great words will be done in you to overcome Satan. These great words. I'm with you always even to the end of the world. He has risen friends and he is there for us today. Seek ye him above all things and walk in his spirit. How that pure love for him and keep his commandments. Trusting him trust in him to lead God direct you and to let his spirit do a work in you that others may be able to see and give him the honor and glory praise him. He is risen. He is unlocked. Praise Him Indian. There's another song that I would like to see a little different but it's a song. It's been on my mind a lot this week and I hope that I can do it in a way that would be pleasing to the Lord. The name of this song is in times like these. In Times like the H- you need us. Say you're in times like the you need. I cover be very issue. Who would be very issue? You're acre holes and grips. The saw a rock. Rock is Geez a yes he's won. This rock is the only one home be very issue. Be Very Issue. Your anchor holes and grips the raw and times like the. You need the Bible and Times like the OB. It'll be very shoe. Be Very shoes. You're you're anchor holes and grips. The Saul is ed raw. This rock is Geez a yes. He's gone this rock is Geez. The only one be very issuer. Be Very you for your acre holes in grips this solid raw in times like the I have a view or in times like the I how than a or I'm reissues were. I'm very shoe for my anchor homes. Angry oops the saw lead raw this rockies of yes. He's the one this rock is Geez. the only one. I'm sorry sure I'm fairly sure by a or hose and groups. The saw raw. I want us to keep these things on our mind. That in times like ds you need a savior and times like these. You need the Bible be very sure. The Rock is Jesus. He's the one the rock is Jesus. He is the only one. Put Your Faith and trust in Jesus Christ and I hope that. Y'All how a wonderful and a blessed day and keep in mind what our Lord and has done for us how he lived his life from the beginning all the way to the end for us and his father. There's father's love is available through Jesus Christ throughout this upcoming week in times that we're living. Keep our mind on that savior. And let's keep anchor on. Jesus Christ let us pray to God the Father Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Thank you for the wonderful words of life you have left recorded we can read and then we can go over and we can encourage others in truth. Thank you for what you've done for us and we praise you. We praise you for what you have done. We praise you for the love that you're giving to us. Pray for the peace and the comforter. Lord we ask you to be with those that are struggling spiritually to help them to just look to you to accept G. and be at one with the show us what you'd have to do in the upcoming days to use the things that you've given to us to help to promote your king. Whatever we can do to help others come to you let it be Lord we ask in Jesus Name Amen.

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"This winter joined the Washington Post in its fight against hunger homelessness and poverty with the contribution to post helping hand to learn more and donate visit post host helping hand dot com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I didn't understand what was taking place that was beyond what I was thinking about. All I was thinking about was playing in the biggest game game of our lives. I'm Mike Rosenfeld. Thanks for listening for more forgotten stories from history St visit Washington Post Dot com slash retro pod contributions to post helping hand go directly to services run by beneficiaries bright beginnings and St village and so others might eat that provides shelter food education and other services to those less fortunate in The Washington D._C.. Region learn more at post helping hand dot com.

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Larry Tsingine (Navajo/Hopi) Part 1

The Storyteller

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Larry Tsingine (Navajo/Hopi) Part 1

"Scripture says we are fearfully and wonderfully made. You know he made each one of us. There's never going to be another you. And that's why he came to the Cross die for you. You're so special. So precious. He died on the cross. Dyke. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across the native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. On today's program, you'll hear from guy who tells it like it is Larry Cinna Ginny shares about his Navajo and Hopi cultures his faith and about the amazing love of God you don't WanNa miss what he says or how he says it. My name is Larry Synergy Name my real name is Lawrence Singini. The Larry's my nickname. I was born in. June, eight, nine, hundred, forty, nine, winslow wears Zona. I came here to city when nineteen. Fifty? Lived here till nineteen sixty and then I left. And then I. Came back in nineteen eighty here to I'm a teacher and. Also why? I've been. Associate Pastor here the church. I'm half Navajo half. Hope you know Navajos and hope we don't get along. But I praise for letting me be a Navajo and Hopi. But my dad raised me you know like I was raised mainly on the Navajo side. House raised out there I appreciate the Culture Navajo Culture, the beauty of the land and a raised with lots of tradition. And same with the hope we side of tradition. Last name synergy. That's a clan name. They were given US quite mad names. They said your name is going to be Jackson. No no no. No. She as Sinatra any. Name that means that means like you know like a forest you know whereas been burned. And then the people can't do that burned area and that means Black Street people will not I'm proud of my name you know sin you that's my name that's who I am and so that's what that clan Namus and then but like I said I'm half. Hopi. In the that hopefully, we will take our moms plan and so My mom is tobacco. And Rabbit. And so then my dad's father's plan is sin on Genie, but his plan is dear wanted people twenty that's deep dish bring people. That's what dear came to drink and so that's that's his plan. and. So that's that's that's who I am. I come from a big family. I have two sisters and five brothers. I praise God for every one of them. You know I I've learned to love the more. Even. Though sometimes struggled in our family God has given me these precious brothers and sisters. My Dad may be appreciate my aunts and uncles even though dating speak no English. I still had to respect them. I still had to love them and I and I really do respect them same. Hope we side. Even though I can't speak Navajo very well and he very well. I knew that they love me especially, I have one aunt. Really. You know really impacted my life her name was molly. Men's Shinya. She's traditional Navajo and but I knew she loved me I like I love going to her hoge on you know I just love being with her I'd haul water for her and you know take replaces but you know what that what that was one traumatic? Really I guess affected my depression I was with her son she had only one son. and His name was Sam. And we took him to Arkansas to work for these people and I was with him and I was holding a horse for him. And the horse reared up and he fell back. and. He hit his head. He's tough. Tough guy you know. And I remember that evening in Samuel Okay. Yeah. But you know what? About three o'clock in the morning he started having convulsions. New passed away. I remember the exact day deck tiny passed away eight o'clock the next day he passed. And I think that's one of the greatest impact really Kinda hurt me. You know because that was her only son. and. You know she didn't have it and then she passed away two years later. So I think that made me even more to love people to help people. You know because then I thought about Christ you know that was God's only son. No. He set him for us to die for us on the Cross and I could just see my aunt molly. You know sometimes she'd cry you know and because I knew she missed him. As a kid I grew up. Out there on the reservation I grew up with cows and horses and sheep. And that's what I do today now and I grew up got there helping my dad with the cows and herding sheep and? On hope we side their farmers and their dry far. And wide, and sometimes my grandma would go out there and pick corn. Couple times when we go out there and help him pop plant. But mainly was he was when I was a kid I grew up out there on compromise. then. We when we left to city removed to loop I don't know if you know loop that's like a desert and I got mad at my dad, you know 'cause I said that how come you're moving down here you're not about rocks and sand you know but you know what? That's where I. Really. Got, close to Animals Balmy some sheep and you bomb Easter cows and horses. So we did a lot of that in we took care of them and that's how I grew up but that they're not not one without their loop. Is. One thing that really kind of inspired me. There was a a missionary out there named George Whoop And he was he would come by and pick us up and then take us to church. But I accepted Christ when I was about twelve years old here in to the city. I was baptized over here in new had a little reservoir called Hopi Reservoir. And that's where I was baptized in Ho saved at an Indian. camp. We go to. Indian Indian Captain Prescott from here at the Church and that was kind of a big thing you know and. And so river scanlan took us down to. And he every night. The giving him tation and so when they gave an imitation, we went up. So at that time, I made a decision to accept Jesus as my savior. You know. In Romo's member says, all types ended come short of the glory of God. There is none righteous. No not even one. To on same level I, don't I think the world would say, well, this is better than this guy. Don't operate like that. Maybe this guy. You know has it great education known? And maybe this guy has a lot of money. No. Maybe this guy is smart. But? No No. No. Scripture says all types income shorted Laurie of God. There is none righteous? No, not even one. The only way he's for us to be saved. Ask Jesus to come in because you know he talks about grace is grace. It's not by works. Everything is Greeks and so that's the main thing. It don't matter who you are. Chris want to save you. I think that's the main thing. Maybe maybe maybe some people say, well, you know I gotTa Take Care of this I got a teen myself on. Christ. Want you just the way you are. You want you just the way you are. You don't have to thing Hilton you're you come to him he says come to me. Come to me, it's all sometimes scripture says come to me all heavy Laden and I will give you rest. He's the one Miami says I will give you reps. That's what he says. died for me. He gave his you know God gave his one and only son for energy and I think. Christ deals with us what on one. He don't deal with us in big groups. He talks to you one on one. And that's an individual thing. And there's a scripture in psalms that I use sometimes when I go to jail. You know. One of the Scripture says we are fearfully and wonderfully made. You know he made each one of us. There's never gonNA be another you. and. That's why he came to the cross at dye for you. You're so special. So precious that he died on the cross. And you know he he loves you that much. He can go in there to depths death. In help you you know until. I the cross gives you hope no matter what situation you're in. I don't know what situation but. You've got to trust. Crisis going to. Ask. You believe me. Did you accept know I just like wonder, court? You'RE GONNA. Stand there. By, yourself. In God's can be there. I go to jail. And then I tell spinners the guys laugh in front of when you go to the judge, you guys start making fun of Ood. tells. You. You're GONNA sit there and that's the same way with Christ. You're GONNA stand of. If we don't accept. Here's how. Hell is the real place. Bible talks about a half. McChrystal wants you to go there. He don't want you to go there. He wants you to be in heaven with him. That's why he came. Hell is a real place. All All we do is we give the message to you and tell you in. It's your choice. He loves you so much. It he gives you a choice. He loved you that much. It's your choice. You can reject them. But there's a hell where you can say. I always tell now who's He says `I stand the during NAP. Now hose you know they they love to eat. You're not the door they say, wish. They needs to come in. And that's the way with Christ. He loved he'll not. Courteous that he knocks at your door. Within their judgment time is GONNA come. He said I came. Did you accept me or reject? When you accept Christ. He comes into thin you up. He comes into give you a new life. In and that's the way no matter who you are. No matter what you've done. He wants to give you a new life. I? Think the enemy will say, Oh, you're no good. You know look what you're done. No no that's the enemy talking. Christ wants to give you a new life. He says. I come that you might have life and that would abundantly. That's what he says in John Ten ten. That's one of my favorite scriptures you know the thief comes to steal kill and to destroy. But crises I come that you might have live and have it abundantly. And that's his promise. And the only thing he wants from us, you know we come just as you know just like that song just as I am. Just as I. Want you to come. He loves you so much. I think people under misunderstandings well, I. I love you if you're good looking. I. Love You. If you have money I love you. If you have a job, I love you if. Crisis I love you just the way you are. Larry's right you can come just as you are in fact, that's the only way we can come. There's nothing we can do to make ourselves acceptable to God, but he is willing to receive us if we will come to him by faith desks what makes his love so amazing and so unlike anything else you'll experience. How do we know he loves US LISTEN TO JESUS WORDS in the Bible from Three Sixteen For God. So loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have ever lasting life. It's not just words for friend Jesus Christ died for you and he did it so that you could be forgiven restored and have peace with God. There's no greater love than this. Want to know more you can write to us at the Storyteller Po box one, thousand and one. BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five, six, six, one, nine that's pillbox one, thousand and one BEMIDJI Minnesota five, six, six, one, nine. Our phone number is eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight, that's eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight. You can hear this and many other programs online at without reservation dot com, and you can also find us on facebook at without reservation. Thanks for listening and remember the greatest story took place at the Cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is Eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends, there's more to Larry. Story. So sure to join us again next time as we listen to the storyteller.

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Beauty From Ashes, Laura Gallier FS EP 124

Family Stories

00:00 sec | 2 months ago

Beauty From Ashes, Laura Gallier FS EP 124

"Welcome everyone grandpa Jimmy, your host you you're listening to the family and stories podcast. It's. My guest today as a really great story to tell and although it begins like so many others what makes it unique is how God changed her life and now uses that story to help others. Truly in her case with the devil would have liked to have done was destroy her and her future. Instead God stepped in and is used to bring hope and healing and restoration to thousands of young people. Laura a wife and a mother of three. He's an author speaker and she communicates with. Swire students across the nation her call to right into speak beginning about two thousand and eight with an emphasis on the sexual integrity and she's still speaks on that today but her message is much broader than that. and. She presents the Gospel to young people in a very special way. She's an author of the book the delusion it's a novel series. It's going to be three books. Series has been published by ten til house. She's been on TV and radio broadcast around the road she travels extensively but here's the important thing. She always manages to keep her priorities in order. With her husband and three children so Laura. Or thank you for being here. Welcome to the show. Dainty you am so honored to join you today. Why don't you just start by telling us a little bit about your family. I would love to I'm norquist's Houston at been married to my husband Patrick for almost twenty years, and we have three children. Our oldest is Mary Namus Madison and she. Is doing awesome in life and pursuing her education while she's married. Then we have a seventeen year old daughter as well, and we have a ten year old little boy am at one point we have nephew living with us. So we had or at one time, but we know what it's like to have a busy household in. Yeah. We just keep family I just like you said show, there's no grass growing under your feet. Absolutely not. You're moving all the time. Well, what was life like for you growing up? You. Know it was very, very different than what I experienced today family life my mother and father separated when my mom's pregnant with me and my mom never did remarry and so I grew up in a single parent household. My mom did the noble thing and work very, very hard revived. My sister me at that moment that I was raised in daycare. Obviously, it's wonderful that she. Provided, care for me but there are several drawbacks of being away from my mom all A. That really caught up with me when I got older, we can talk about that at some point if it comes up but suffice it to say I just had hit miss visits with my father and at the time as a young girl I just could not fathom the impact that it would have on and my choices. Later in life as a young teen Ashley in Young Adult and I didn't have a father in that I didn't have an example of a loving marriage in I didn't have a clue about God's plan for Sexuality in family, and so even though I was so blessed to stay the night with a friend in the third grade Her mom shared the Gospel with me I became born again as a child. I cherish data I know that God pursuing me at the same time. I went back to my home where there was little to no emphasis whatsoever on learning the Bible cultivating relationships with guide. So you could say I had a heart for God but a head of the world and so again Anos. Teen Years, I took my cues. It impressions values from the world totally clash my spirit and just lived a very defeated lifestyle throughout my team in your did you ever feel like you're missing a dad was something that you thought about often or did it just not matter at the time? You know what's interesting is you feel that something's wrong. I remember feeling very unsafe. I remember filling berry unprotected so much so that as a young girl four, five years old I really took on a masculine identity I can identify these children they get gender confused because it wasn't about sexual orientation at that point. That I out unprotected in. So I sort of took on that protective role basically what you sense throughout your. Childhood is there something missing but I couldn't put my finger on it until I got older in the word help reveal his plan for family in the value mother and father and their roles. Then I was able to connect the better. When you look back at things changed things seemed completely different when you have that perspective especially with your own family like you have now. Exactly, God has been so good to redeem all of the broken as it was not an easy journey that he is so able to do that. Change really began to fall apart when you enter college tell us a little bit about that. well as a a young teen. Again, I was taking my cues from the world I was desperate for love and affirmation. Donald very debilitating sense of worthlessness which I equate now to just again, lack of consistent time with my mom loving environment. In my dad's visits always ending with this goodbye and not nine when I see him again, we're just a lot of factors that contributed but defies it to say, I had no clue again about God's plan for Sexuality or family in. So by the time I was in the eighth grade I had my way friend and I just thought that was answered all my problems and he was GonNa love me and may be forget about myself and very quickly. The relationship turned sexual and here I was just an eighth grade girl but it's amazing how when we're young we think we know everything and. Not True with team. I did. I knew even knew about SPD's in pregnancy. But in my mind that was never going to happen to me I thought for sure I was GONNA marry that boy you know again who's GonNa love me forever we didn't even make it until the ninth grade a relationship. And then from there, I had such a sense of being broken in used that I bought into another lie, which is that you know I could never eat pure values in. So I spent my high school years just looking for that love match at giving my whole heart embody boyfriends and just becoming more and more danaged in my pursuit to feel healed in holes I was going about it the. Wrong. Way. All throughout high school and then finally. In College as a young woman in college I was in a very abusive relationship. It was not healthy at all. I was actually trying to help him by dating him, which is never a good idea and I became pregnant. And I was shocked I was twenty years old. I'd always kept this side of my life secret. I was successful leader, my dance team the time and no-one knew that I. struggled with sexual temptation way I did in the. Particular I just didn't know that about me at suffer my very closest friends. So ended up dropping out of college at twenty years old in a marrying this man who was not healthy and. I couldn't believe it here. I was going to have a baby didn't want to be a single mom like what I had grown up in. That was the last thing I wanted for my child and so. got married. It was a very abusive broken marriage and what a defining moment. Kane when I realized. After he had left he he we separated and then he moved on a very difficult time. My daughter was only two years old in this. You're all about defining moments. Jimmy. So this is why I remember us where I was sitting on the couch and it hit me to God's commandments are for my protection. That is actually a major revelation. People look at commandments as restrictions and they're really there for protection. Truly, I was rebellious Hurson I did not take the time to even learn God's commandments I resented down because remember I had tied. My need for love sexuality, which was just broken in of itself. But still felt like almost like gods standing in the way of me trying to find love. But I had this moment when here I am single going through divorce dragging this innocent child through this mud my decisions in I realized in such a supernatural way really just that revelation that. You were trying to protect your. You've always have my best interest at heart. Your plan for sex is never about testing us or taking away leisure. It was always about protecting the. Treasure that it is in the priceless gift a family. So that was close twenty, two years old and that was when I drew that line in the sand and said, you know what I'm GonNa do things your way from here on out not changed everything. You're a novice when it came to the to the things of God, how did you transition your life or what took place? Well I immersed myself in a church and There's no such thing as perfect church. They taught the word of God and I began to read the Bible for myself and always since I was a little girl Gaba so good I would go to my backyard and I would experience his presence his presence. So transcends a building or church services. So I? Knew how to get into God's presence in. So I began to really pray and seek him in discover what his word said about sex family in I. saw a clear day. He reserves sex for marriage that it's it's part of the Covenant it we share with our soul mate in. So I went through a time of repentance. There's all kinds of shame. Did shameful things I associated sex shame I had a lot of healing to do in a lot of forgiving people an myself I came from a family sounds strange on the one hand. There was just a lot less in my family, but there's also a lotta cynicism for men in male bashing. So I just had a lot of mine renewal and forgiving. Healing to do during that time and I ended up meeting through mutual friends a wonderful man named. Patrick, it was just such a man of God and we lay down the law early on our boundaries in your he was grown. You know we were adults but we had some very good boundaries in place. We weren't alone. We didn't go to each other's. I didn't go to his apartment where we would be buyer solve. And we walk the walk and we pursued premarital abstinence wasn't easy, but it was so worth it to lay that foundation of love into build our relationship on a foundation price was like nothing I had ever experienced or. So you are for the first time experiencing true love and not necessarily related to a sexual experience at all. Exactly and I can honestly say. That that was the first time that I related to amount. Obviously there was you know. In the whole romantic thing. But I just never had a male that cared about me more than my sexuality and body that was took time it. It's taken years honestly even after being married to understand that not all men are driven by lust and these are things again at the media in honestly just even I recognize now just demonic autzen philosophies it would come to my mind if that's all a woman is good for in that if you want attention, it's seductive or nothing I just had so many ungodly messages but God has used my husband he's not perfect. He strives to be Christ lying and he's used him to teach me that no men can be holy and godly. And respect in love us in a very genuine way, we have a media that is desensitizing our kids constantly to these very issues. How do you address that? In our home we are constantly contrasting. What you know nowadays is even just commercials it's not even just movies and TV shows commercials completely contradict. At. First of all, we always come at it from from that perspective of love. God loves you. He loves people he's protecting you. It's not about Oh we you know we be ashamed and embarrassed if you went out there and did something perverted, we're always trying to teach our kids it. It's about protecting you and so we do have very high media. Standards, we don't apologize for. We tell our kids that we don't serve God you know once a week or you know except for on the weekends, we don't take breaks from our relationship with God. We instill Biblical Truth Unapologetically, but it instead of going away of legalism and being overly strict in a way it's fear based parenting. It's all done in love. Where you know we really are contending for the hearts of our children. That's what it amounts to. You know if you can win the heart because from the heart comes behavior if you can win their heart and put that kind of a message into the heart, a lot of the behavior changes. Dramatically so and I love to hear you say that because I think sometimes we miss that that goes back again to that family. It is so powerful when children see their mom and dad love each other or at the very least you know my parents were divorced there was animosity huge hatred vile things said back and forth from another to my father and we have no idea how our kids in their identity in their sense of wholeness gets caught in that and so on. Letting go of our own bitterness speaking highly of our kids father or mother in any situation is huge doctor Edwin Louis. Cole said he said the greatest thing man can do for his children is love their mother. I mean think about that. It is so true and I know again, there are situations where divorce happens in things outside of our control. The greatest thing we can do is show very least respect. For our child's parent in not run them down in bitterness. It just absolutely takes its toll on her own identity since word for those. So true know show I have seen that in so many cases both ways where in a divorce situation, they were kind to each other in front of the kids at least and those who were not and boy does it take a toll and they are not Absolutely I mean divorce there's no way around it. It does have a negative effect. That's the whole point. That's why God he doesn't want our kids to experience the breaking of covenant. that is not his ideal it actually the word of God says he hates divorce and I always say he didn't say hates divorced people I've been through a divorce my first marriage ended he doesn't hate worse people, but he hates the breaking of covenant. Because it just causes hurt in harmony such a cabinet God is such a god of love and commitment in that the security that's really really missing right now for so many young people is that love between mom and dad in the home Or that is that is absolutely prefer share and you know there's one thing I like to say please forgive me for taking a second to say this but. I always tell people that parenting. Is. An a science, it's not a mathematical equation to be solved, but it's more like an art. And in one hand, you have this brush of love and responsibility and another, you have a palette of colors which are words actions in deeds, and with those you are painting an image on the canvas of their heart. It's who got is and it's who they are in relationship to him, and that's what you've done with your own children. Yes, I love the way you put that an anyone I mean, I don't care if you've never cracked open a bible anyone conceded Ariza is. To redefine what family is in it's more than a philosophy or opinions or culture it's truly about undermining. God's plan for family because of how much he loves children in loves the next generation. The enemy hates children hates next generation at. So becomes very polarizing in black and white the more you see God's plan for for marriage and family in sexuality. Families were intact in America today we would not be seeing what we're seeing on the streets today. Oh exactly. It's huge. I mean there's just no way that it's not going to check our kids in I. Don't say that to put fear There's all kinds of things we can do I mean just loving them praying for them all the things you just talked about an encouraging them I just I think even my oldest daughter I'll tell you that she went through that divorce she had very difficult experiences as. A result being disconnected from her father know there's things that God forgives in even graces consequences remain. Now, the good news is he promises to use everything for our good and had I not experienced the difficulties in my life I don't think I would have pursued God the father, the way I did I desperately needed a father in God's role. So it's not about living with some horrible you know bondage of regret. It does need to be sobering. Especially those who are in that you know what? I would call that Bali decision like this guy at work or the your this woman whatever the gyms really caught my eye and there's this sort of weighing in the balance. I could tell you right now there's nothing sacrificing our nothing. It's absolutely not worth it and take all. The energy and invested back marriage. It's amazing. Oh God can restore rekindle where you know you're creating a legacy in your life now that you never enjoyed. But for your kids your grandkids in the future and show that, I, have experienced that there's a legacy that nobody can take away from you and what God puts together like that. It becomes a beautiful beautiful picture. Me a little bit about what you're doing. Now. Now you've taken all of this and you've put it into a message so to speak but your life. What you're doing now is a result of this. Tell us what you're doing. Well. There's a couple of things. I have like you mentioned in the introduction I do travel on speak quite a bit God's plan for Sexuality and one of my favorite things that we have available just because it's so efficient is the unashamed video series. That goes over all these things we're talking about. God's the end for sexuality dating healthy attraction. It's all there on my website not again, I just mentioned that because it's such a powerful resource that I came to understand that they're sort of this bigger foundation when it comes to our decisions, weather choosing to pursue righteousness worldliness and it hit me some years ago that there's just a lack of understanding and the body of Christ, the reality of the strategies of the evil. One and certainly our focuses God I don't dwell on devil, but we are told to be aware of his schemes and so that sent me on a journey of what I was going to be writing nonfiction but it turned into fiction and it's called the delusion series and it just brings the reality of spiritual warfare It is a young adult series told through the eyes of a young man is eighteen years old certainly resonates with adults and people of all ages and I'm super. About that in really devoted the last eight years of my life to this project were also working on the film side. It's a really powerful thing in the whole goal is just if you picture the wizard of is pictures pulling back that curtain exposing odds for the fraud that he is just I, say we exhibit team people linked arms with me in our goal is just to show young people today that the devils out to still kill destroying. But Jesus, took care of him. We have power and authority over that. But we know in understand his strategy in scenes it can discern is voice united? No as a young lady that that was a boy, a satanic. voiced. It was telling me how I was in the no man would ever want to be loyal to me that all men cheat. You know these are demonic things going on in our lives and it's the opposite of the Good Shepherd's voice is. So this project is all about helping people get healed in whole in free oppressive thoughts emotions even suicide is a major theme in the series and we're just so excited 'cause we see it's time. It is time for this project under the forefront going back just a little bit here but my wife and I raised a beautiful daughter God bless her in her life completely. But I'm thinking about girls that are teenagers and. They. What do you do? You meet these girls who have a background maybe like you had or far worse? How do you even get them interested in going beyond that in pulling back that veil and seeing the enemy work oftentimes just for you know it's like forget that I wanna live my life the way I wanna live it. What do you do with that? Well, again, behind that rebellion is her high net rebellion is a need to prove their worth I find that when I share my story in that when we as parents connect with our kids. In a way that we think back camera polymer number how he'll be a young girl wanting attention We become good listeners and we make a heart national. We go beyond lecturing and just truly by with the the female heart has the certain cry from the timer born in its am I left early. Am I love like young men wanted to do I have what it takes to be a man John Stacey Aldridge term but my whole point is that when we ministered to that art need what I find, my experience is instead of teenagers. Rolling Their Eyes and getting annoyed the dimension of absence in everything they're actually just enthralled. It. There is a plan in its romantic plan plan in it There is a God who loves us for WHO WE ARE KINDA blows. Our mind takes time to instill these things I feel like when we move beyond lecturing just sort of damage control I, don't want you to put basing pictures online and I want you to make big mistakes that are going to make her family. Look bad. We get past all that junk reputation and just rules and we really speak to the heart of their word. I. Don't know a young lady that doesn't just sit there and drink at up. I love it because that's true I. Remember our daughter how much she appreciated having me as her father just love on her. Without any other any other reason just just just to be with her lover and Hugger teaser and wrestle with her and just to have a man that that had no motive whatsoever except to care for her meant so much to her I believe. Exact play in when we don't have that or we don't grasp that even just that revelation of how you being extension of God the father in her life. That's how God feels about us. Can we go the way performance based or we're going to earn love whether it's beauty your success or whatever we tied to it. It's different for everybody but where there's performance, there's punishment. And it's really the tree Ogden evil not trying to get to figure that God has called us to to to slow in that unconditional love for some of us just. So counterintuitive I know it was for me because I. Just I thought I had to prove myself. Basically, my baseline was your worthless. And unless you do something exceptional, make yourself stand out in keep standing out you're just going to be abandoned and that's what you deserve these very strong early in demonic messages it were. So the opposite of the Good Shepherd in I know that today's teenagers urged battling at even if they come from good loving home on my husband is an amazing father in my my daughter's had their struggles. They need that just exactly what you're talking about that affirmation insensitive word that is not tied to performance in beauty and always as of the world says can earn me love never earn love at all. That's for sure and this isn't the place on this particular program to do this today but there's much to be said about fathers teaching their young men. To treat women with dignity and honour into loved them the way they should be loved, and that's a very big mission ingredient in our culture today. No question and unfortunately again, when men are trying to answer young men are trying to answer the question. Do I have what it takes in the world says that conquering females proves have your man in young ladies an lovely is answered through seduction, and so it's just it's just taking our hearts question and abusing it where you know I have a really simple comment toward that in. It's this for a lot of young men that I've talked to men are interested in sex women are interested in love and a woman will give sex for love and we'll give love for six. To a degree and I, think a lot of a lot of things happen just because of the desire for that affection. Own exactly in in even I think it. So important to clarify that even young it. Yes. We understand very strong sex drive in can learn to manipulate, but it is so rewarding for young men in grown men married men to experience God's plan for sexuality outside of less, which is never satisfied in sexual addiction. God has so much more even for men you know in that area of. Being, loved for who they are outside of performance. A lot of that perversion is an attempt to prove their man and God wants to answer that question not through their sexuality through something much more profound their identity in him or that is exactly right. You have so much to say on this. What else what other materials are do you have on your website? What are the things would help parents? Well again I have. A quick read low digital book that is easy to get a hold of that warns against pit also. Be Ecorse There's the delusion series that we mention my husband and I had just the neatest time taking a group of couples through a Series Cup left in the bedroom. So married couples, you know we talk a lot about premarital asses, but what's God's plan to bless us when we are married? So that series video series is on a website. So just resources like that. That are designed to be super helpful whether it's parents or grandparents. That's another issue. Some grandparents are raising their grandkids today. Right. And I can imagine you know maybe the discouragment that might come in. Condemnation or or wishing that there was more for their rank is gonNA tell Italian. God can work so powerfully grandma and GRANDPA and their love I mean it can make all the difference I know my grandmother was a influence in my life growing up in my mom had to work in in couldn't stay home with me I didn't feel good or fake sick. I would get to go to nanny's house. She was very nurturing and loving encouraged grandparents that your role is invaluable in needed. Never. Underestimate even if it doesn't feel like you're having quite influence the culture is Faithful to cause the seeds to come forward with the right time. Don't be discouraged if that's you know. So when your grandkids make fun of you and tease, you just go along with it and love the because what you have to say it's probably impact in their heart more than you possibly could know. GotTa stay full to bring us things full circle. He really is. Well I'll tell you what it has been wonderful to have you on this program today Laura. What what is your website? How do people contact you? It is Lara Gallia DOT com. So L A U R A and Gal you're G. A.. L. L. E. R., DOT, com. I'm also on social media there's a contact form on my website and I. Take it very seriously when people reach out and just WanNa, do everything I end provided you flip parents with resources at help empower their kids security interest a biblical worldview. Well I'll tell you what everyone listen to this needs to have their grandkids are the kids here this message and then send them to the website. This is exactly what we need in our nation today this kind of message for young people. Thank you so much for being here Laurie. Appreciate it so much. Thank you for all you do your podcasts podcast searching old. Well, thank all of you for listening today and remember this that you to have a story and it's probably better than you think and I would love to hear it. If you like this podcast, just go to my website and you can subscribe at my grandpa Jimmy. Dot Com God, bless all of you ever great day.

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27: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Industry Thought Leader Podcast

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27: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

"You're listening to another ambitious entrepreneur network dot com podcast the voice for entrepreneurs and small business now now multiple show welcome to industry thought leader. podcast standout beat her influence real change with message while become known as an authority. And you'll oldfield. Industry Thought League podcast. We'll show you how now over to your host Anne Marie Cross and welcome to another episode of industry or at least a podcast. I'm so glad to be here. This is an early morning for May and of course my guest is calling in all the way from the UK and this cast of course is brought to you by podcasting with purpose. Helping you to stand out be heard and become an influential voice voice in your industry now before I introduce my guest. He's Namus Miguel Platz to you if stunning I thought podcast. Is Things something that you've wanted to do for a while. But you just didn't know where to start or what to do then just a heads up that my immersive at my ninety day idea to launch your podcast and this program is starting soon the doors we closing. So if you want to find out more podcasting with Davis Dot com forward slash immersive and if you get there and you're watching maybe listening after the the the doors close. I just put your name on the waiting list and the next time we I've been which will be next year. You'll be the first tonight so without further ado let me introduce today's guest to you so join. I'm an entrepreneur show is committed. She is a successful entrepreneur and she specializes in empowering board level leaders to overcome impostor Austa Syndrome and turn their vulnerability into a superpower account. Wait to hear more about that now. Over twenty five years. She's established a reputation as a transformational Sheila later driven by challenges undeterred by obstacles and she is committed to furthering standards of excellence. Now on today's show Kim Jolla. She's GonNa shed CIA simple tips to help reframe the set. She's going to talk about how to build confidence that we can achieve out holes as well as how to turn on her ability ability into a super power how to hear more welcome to the shy. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. How's your morning? It is good actually. It's GonNa be a beautiful day today. We're very warm here in warmer than it has been so in the thirties. I I know so. I'm looking forward to that but certainly looking forward to talking you today because as we've shade on on the show nights and heads up you're going to be talking about is in Costa's syndrome now Pasta Syndrome. I know and one time or another can impact and effect people. Sometimes you know who I am I really is. It really may the and I'm sure you do too becomes crippling that it stop someone from from getting out there and really shining and that's what we really going to talk talk about today but first Kim how you got into this particular topic Why are you so passionate about it because I know that this is something that you really Ah Sharing your message about and hoping to transform. People who really struggling with impulsive ANSA floor is yours. Thank you so am. I realized that they share some forty eighty six. And I've been dealing with imposter syndrome my own impulses and drive the forty six years and realized that I've learned a few tricks might help with the people say I'm a school school at fifteen to be a hairdresser made it all the way up to C. Suite in the foxy to fifty and yet still fell. I wasn't enough and it wasn't going to be good enough in everyday someone no one was gonna stand up and good. She's just an Hendrikse and it was never happened. But you had the dow that crippling self doubt voice that drowns out all of your achievements and this is just so hard and over. She couldn't recover from your from the positives and then I have my little girl two years ago and it was the biggest dawning realization. That you actually you're in a child is now not inside. She's outside she's running around. Look all of the things that she canoe and the determination anything Houghton can make hair then. Surely it can't be all bad and you children don't don't learn from what you tell them to do. They learn from what they see. You do so if I don't want her to suffer from imposter syndrome. I had to find a way of dealing with it for myself. Health and one of the things that I found was three really simple questions. That help may move my mindset because you do have to make that this shit so the first one was whose voices that because the voice that gets the berating southwest is very often a voice from your past said might be something that happened to you and your child child or and when he didn't get a job interview that went well and it comes back to that point. Zero allows you to work out where you were in your journey. That's making you doubt. And then the second one is why talking because they usually trying to stop e for making a mistake is their protection but actually they're remembering a previous. CBS episode and Begetting Halfon Income. Since then I'm for me. The third in the most powerful was what would say to scholar if she were facing exactly the same situation election because like most biased mothers. I think there's nothing but my logo Khandu as long as she's kind and there's always she's honest so actually she was base for that sort. Of course she convent Arlen you try and the worst that can happen. Is you learn a new way to not do it. But actually all the great learnings in the world come from making mistakes and learning the lesson from them so again as always you kind of show an honest then he should be able to move forward and since since learning that decided decided that. Maybe now's the time to actually go and help and give back liver really blessed life. I've been really successful in my career so I went and did an exit coaching and actually moved into starting. My business and realize the impostor syndrome is so prevalent so many and you never really get past it but learning a few techniques to help you recognize when the based is trying to take control and Qui- to not voice to stop. You're getting in your own way is really powerful and totally changed. People's perspectives. And for me. That's the best way I do. I do said and I did a speech last week and had some really lovely feedback afterwards from people like it's not really helped and I could see how I could use that for myself in some situations I suppose that's why won't show the message. I think Forbes did a recent. Yeah well they did a recent study that shows the eighteen percents of people quote imposter syndrome has been one of the biggest barriers. And that's what we get into all of the people that don't quote got still separate and as this one of the things that I've started to recognize. You can't have imposter syndrome until you've been successful spoke Because actually the fear that that success is going to get taken away. The Radio Internet that you weren't really wasn't yours because it's a big part about not feeling into egotistical about thanks so actually wonder whether instead of imposter syndrome. The reality is is a symptom of insecure achiever because they caught recognize those parts so again. Just in reframing it from being I'm no longer in an impostor an insecure for achiever puts minimal positive mindset and therefore more able to take the next step in before it just on stage especially with people who are as you said where overachievers where we goal driven and often. We put out expectations very very high on US sales much more than we would add children. U. Scholars go and we recognize that. Then then that something that will continue to inhibit us and so I love those three questions. That you've asked yourself off. Would you say then that a lot of times that people are not even at a stage yet where they can ask themselves. That question is because so many people don't realize how many other people also have the same doubt about themselves which you say that that's a fair cultures to absolutely is complete it back. Oh and I've done quite research in the area and what's been fascinating. Even the likes of Einstein Hat imposter syndrome quote. I've been case his quote with something along. The lines of they stayed within which my work is held leaves me feeling like an unintentional imposter imposter. He's recognizes as one of the grains of in the the recent centuries and yet he suffered too and so did many of this. I think if you look at this video of how and he also talks about things allude to imposter syndrome so arrive in so many and I think that's where made me start thinking about whether or not actually is just about the insecure overachiever rather than actually imposter syndrome. I think one of the challenges we do have labeled and we have a name things and because that makes us feel comfortable sometimes. The name itself is more debilitating than what is that trying to trying to address. I think it's helping people understand that and has been lucas defendability being a superpower. But you realizes the thing that the thing about you that you so terrified somebody else will find out about that. They'll realize that. Actually maybe you're not as confident as as as you come across and certainly in some of the rose after it was always. There's always talk to us that you couldn't be seeing too vulnerable. You couldn't lead if actually people thought that you were weakened in the area so hard because actually. That's what's driving our despairing compact culture because we only ever put our best version of ourselves out that we don't in Russia outs and take take a photograph of the time a dinner roll the fact that was pull night with a two year old and the new makeup south. We see when we have a out. You've messed version. So the rest of the world is then looking at the best version of each of their thinking nationality. An isn't because we will have times. We'll have those occasions occasions while we doubt and actually I've learned last. Few years is sharing giving being very mindful of how much you share so that you don't lose your credibility ability actually neighbor to significantly better leader because people realize that actually you are human and therefore they can share when they're feeling a little bit vanderbilt themselves because you create a safe space and that allows you to have a much more empowered team and also helps as with mental fitness which we now is a massive awesome challenge across because the whole is ned people struggling with the precious that we put ourselves into and and it's also extremely prevalent in millennials than my brother has a skull three children and kind of nearing getting to do their exams on this thing. Zayed them in the friends failed if they make the wrong choice. Now that's it's GonNa be for life. He does estimate look look at his look is often laughs and says Iran came. She's got anti-cuban Harrison. She's not stop so don't worry that it's a decision that you never get to move on from as long as you keep trying and you're willing to learn and you'll county south and I think thing that's been one of the Big Lens May is to be really kind to the people you have to recognize. You do have to be kind to yourself too and you've got to look for human. Human beings are self fulfilling prophecies. So what happens is we believe that we are logical beings so we make our decisions based on logic but realities. We don't we actually actually Ramoche being so we make decisions based on emotion and then we look for the fax that are actually going to prove that the decision was right justify our I was thinking the problem is the conscious mind. Only a given information that is asked for from the unconscious. Mind so we we start looking for biased information. So I believe that. Actually I'm not good at this and everybody else thinks that's not gonna look for loads of facts that prove me right and the justify that. That is a sensible way of thinking so again one of the techniques that I've learned is and why do I feel like this. What in fact solve that that support that my thinking is correct and then the next one is all the facts of suggests that could been alternative? Because because asking yourself that question made that your subconscious goes and looks for a more you'll find is it comes back evidence that actually. It's not all wrong. There are always equal evidence that something right now that you've got a balanced picture you can look at it and go when all of the facts. Do I still believe that. There's nothing I do here. That's schooled or imbalances that go out and bad and therefore there's things I should keep away and some opportunities for me to develop further and that again changes your whole mindset and allows you to progress. Yeah amazing what you've just been sharing and I'm not everyone who really struggling with imposter syndrome is taking so much. Gotcha away one of the things that you said and I want to dive in a little bit dig because I think with a lot of leaders or aspiring leaders once they realized this it takes a huge pressure ratio off the shoulders and I learned this for many people who already in leadership roles as I was interviewing them for another one of my podcast women in leadership and I was saying is the moment that they gave themselves permission to say. You know what I don't know everything in an actual fact. My role is not to know everything but rather to rally around around me. A group of awesome people in. They are better than they fantastic because my role is to empower them to show up the best that they can bay and now well no it and I think once we do that as leaders. Then there's no egos. They're no one's trying to be better than the other. Because we're all collaborating and working together to the common goal and every single one of US brings different talents. Different gifts different strengths. And I think once we realized that we then can move forward award in our strength. Because we're not comparing and we're not judging and we're not a shaming that other people think it's good to have you found that to be true absolutely I really really well put and I think that is the power of understanding. That actually is the lead. You don't need to know the answers not for all of them but you need to know what the right questions really. Great leaders are actually really good storytellers and read it. Good storytellers a good storyteller. Because they go and got the stories so actually that interested interested in at the people and they want to listen to what they've got to say. What their story is and what they're Jaas because that's where they recognize? Is that power in helping shape. Those the people bring their journey to life and actually rarely does go and recruit people a better than them in all the areas where week where they're vulnerable because as they realized that it's the sum of the parts that makes the team and I think once you realize that when she got out we give yourself up mission to admit. I take that time I was stunned for meetings in. There is not favors. They were people. Ask You a question and you don't have the answer and actually now. Ah statements that don't have the getting my opinion but actually happily will share what my opinion is but let me go and check the facts. Let me go and find out from somebody what what the actual answer is because then both of us will rent something new and collectively will be better and I think it is about building that trust and it's having that authenticity take Shea that allows you to to really lead and I think that's been one of the for me. The big. The big breakthrough was an and I remember it was. It was many years ago I was in working for a company called Sake and I went and tin. I remember looking at these amazing people. These amazingly does know so well polished and there was so they just looked the part that day. Well I'm like hyperactive puppy dog so I'm Napa Cantaloupe with Paul. I'm never going to be able to deliver in the way that they deliver as I give permission myself permission to just be me and just were really hard on building the relationship with my T- understanding. I think what what the weather strengths. Were trying to ask the right questions to help the unlock their own blind spots and see whether or not collectively we could be better so I remember the in an interview Getting to the end of it and they said to if you have semi self up in one word what would it be and I said out loud and they were taken aback. Not Sorry you loud and this guy with no support. No certain I mean you've been with me for fifty minutes. Jeez income income loud insurance. I guess it's not case it self-awareness honest I'll stick with it. And she said that is that she's done realized you needed that. We would we need it. She said because most of the people would say I'm inspirational arm. Highly motivated all of these things she said whereas you came in with something that most people wouldn't want to admit that is what we're going to get every day because I call not be may not if I wanted to lead people because people understand that you're hiding something if you're trying to be somebody not then they start listing to what you've got to say because instead they're trying to work out what's the bit that's not quite right. What's the bit your? Oh hiding so actually the me once. I embrace the fact that I am alone. hyperactive puppy dog and I do just love. Hearing of the pupil stories like became mm so much easier because she got to go in thoroughly. Enjoy your job and and people wanted to come and tell you buy the things that the things that weren't going well and started to seek you out is being a sounding board. Somebody who became a confident at more so necessarily than the traditional lead at the results were significant Diffi- and I've been very fortunate my last nine rows of come off the back of recommendations the people that worked with me in the past which is look slated to seek because they know what they're going to get yet and I think that is just around saying I am not the best in the world but does anybody there is no perfect person. I know perfection. We are all human and therefore we have things that we do things that we do but being honest about those sharing them and being able to do that reverse mentoring said because she recruited people that are better at the things that you're no good are they to give something back in. How Nice is the have onto gauged? I told that pessimism big as well as they taught me something. And I'm up for me pass and I'm really proud of the fact that I'm still in touch with most people I've worked with over the past twenty five years and could pick up the phone to them and we we still connect because that's really important. People play are in your such a huge part in your life. It's nice to see how their lives develop his name. How they grow Sir just being interacting with you one of the things that I want to drive in a little bit deeper into is the the topic of confidence and so often what we do? Is We wait until we feel confident enough to do whatever it is to lead attain to get out on stage to speak one of the things that I I mean. I probably have one of those characteristics that I love to freak myself out so I'll say yes to stop and then I'll freak out lighting. You learn on the way on the Hi to do things confidence bills as you continue to do the thing that you fear the most is like that saying that. Oh this jump out of the plane and build the parachute on the way down. Not as extreme as that a little bit more about confidence because I know that one of the things in everything. You've spoken that. Today's how to build confidence and achieve your goals. And what I'm hearing you say is that you just went out and did that. You were vulnerable chain. Which means that you yourself gave yourself permission? But you've Chaim I would imagine would have built a level level of trust with you because of the fact that you were honest and you're not trying to be something or someone that you are not because people can see through that Amal Away eventually a hoop in about what you've seen in yourself or maybe even in your Chaim where you worded encourage them to go and do things that initially they may have been a little bit will be full solo yet. Fascinating actually just did the recent podcast on and confidence can be faked because actually. I'm still a big believer in sometimes with confidence. You have to fake it till you make so I'll be honest. I was absolutely driving coming out and talking to myself. A good toe contain for K.. And and last week for implants stunned and speech at an exhibition and I was terrified so I did what I always do. Occasions where I'm Scott is I- wobbly. ORB really bright outfit but really brought up secon and a massive smocks people. Don't look past it. People see what he wants to say. So if you go out and you appear the ad to be confident you have the big smile you look people in the eye and Web rikers. Because they just go less a confident person friendly enough. Your confidence starts to grow because because they thought to interact with you as if you're already confidence unethical. Whatever you're starting to share? They will come back and they congest something to and I think because you're able to say do not with that despite having confidence issues as they go along I still manage to keep going a. and very much like you. I do like to an toby freak myself out and those kids always guys. How hard can it be? And then the minute you've gone warhead. You ring they just want to go back to your mouth but you know what I think. Sometimes we surprise ourselves we say yes to opportunities east and this is one of the things that I have learned. It's not about being the best but rather than giving it your best garbage doesn't work out. You Do Keke mistake or whatever admit. We are all human as you've said and we all make mistakes and we often learn from Amex if we give ourselves the opportunity to do that and and I think sometimes when we tight loft you seriously than we not able to enjoy those moments. Even in the Times that that were in fact I was just asked to answer a number of questions and and one of them. The questions was what was the most embarrassing moment. You know I could not think of one because there are so many times during the day that I will do funny things but you know what you picked the humor out of it and I think if you are able to laugh at yourself how they met just builds bond in that no relationship with others to give impetus up with mission to just be into if you found that in your chain when you've been vulnerable and you've gene autry pen that you had nothing. This segues beautifully into the last section met. And you've already been sharing the vulnerability into with superpower. You said to your tame this is May and I love storytelling and you showed up. And then they became comfortable and brave enough courageous enough to I share stories with you so well yes absolutely and because you do because you do have and you go to not is absolutely and K to feel concerned about these things. It's okay to interviews or great a great example so you go for an interview and you stop being terrified that you're not gonna get the job open and actually there is no downside to an interview because one of two things is gonNA happen. I you're going to get the job or you're going to end up with some really good feedback about what you need to develop to get the job next time either way you one step closer to the job so when you start to look at it in a different way and sharing that with in with my teams. It's helped them so then they'll come to me when they got things that feeling slightly nervous about particular example difficult conversations with people because they always always really hard on the Houston they go and give somebody some developmental being back that can be a real challenge and one of the biggest challenges is they don't actually mean to got it wrong. So what happens is you start off. You get them back all organized but the problem is they spend the first ten minutes instead defending ending what they were trying to achieve because they were trying to get rides. So actually I share with. My guys is understand what excites being their shoes. So star talk with instead of telling them sleeping straight into the developmental feedback. Because that's the big nervous about and you just WanNa Ounce stumble words over. Think about how you'd like Mike to receive at if you're on the other end as it so actually one of the things I do with my teams is Al.. I discussed with them. I think they were trying to achieve so yeah. I think you're trying to do this. I think this is the goal. Am I right. Is that what you were looking to do. And when they get to an agreement they then know that I know they were trying to do the right right thing that they had an honorable goal the. I don't think that they were trying to be difficult to awkward or uncomfortable and I completely in one hundred percent on that I signed because the goals could go so at that point we have to talk about. Is that what you mean tension. Unfortunately your impact didn't quite mommy that Singh had while I can help you is I can show you what actually happened and together. We can find a way to make sure that next time what you intend to do. And what you actually do deliver the same result so all of a Sydney has gone from being a very difficult conversation to being a much easier conversation. But I'll share with them when I've made mistakes in the past one year. You look at your most embarrassing moment. Mine still holds. May it was many years ago back at the Halifax and we had. It's just not as to charity credit card. A Nice Denver. The four hundred eight people and told them that one of the charities we supported was imperial leather and then obviously made it. It was on my goodness nightmare. The cancer symposium to lead as soap. And that's how I that's why I said the AUDEN's Nicole's yet computer. Leather is a soap and not charity and they thought it was hilarious. Thought it was part of the speech and we can resolve and but actually it quickly and massive mistaken for many years. Afterwards the minute I had to go and speak twenty zero the minute you have to stand up I this little voice go do not same period. Rather do not say anything stupid because that that was Old I could relive and is best as I now. I've never said anything that stupid sense but I'm not rolling out. That could be offered students in the they said allowing yourself to go to know and if that happens is not the end of the world. It's not bones. Take away any of the positives that have happened in my my career. So one of the ticks us with some of my some of my clients is the every day a little bit of a journal so they write down anybody that sent them in the day because actually we get thank you all the time. But we kind of where the British dismissing Tall. That's nothing it was fine. Actually in-stat that taking the time to appreciate you so you should appreciate them appreciation. Jim that makes sense. It makes the whole will supplant the right those big time and then they might on. What is the thing that I've learned today and that learn can be something that went ready well so actually nervous about something but it went back to the novelty walls similarities past next time trust myself or it could be something? Didn't go as well as I expect to state to. But why do next time is as a result of it and then whenever having those moments of self doubt which happened loft randomness. I know is you go back and have a look at journal and what you'll find balance is there is so much more appreciation and so many more times when your lesson was to trust yourself. The they were those moments. Where actually you learn a way of doing something differently and and it just allows you to refrain that perspective and I think for me? That's when can you tell another so for me. Going to release into a superpower has bathing showering micro nobility saying to people. Do you know what I do. Think people are GONNA go. She's just a Hattrick said or I do think people are going to decide everything you've got say issue relevant until the lead that I go back to to my little book I go to the the people that have reached out and shed as a result of working with me. They actually achieved something. They never thought that they were able to do and go on balance. Actually I'm egotistical enough to think my opinions better than that is so if they're the ones that are saying you're doing a good job. Why why would I think the I know better which is interesting tact dynamic is now when you look sitting actually inadvertently by being by owning the impostor syndrome and actually listening to your inadvertently being more egotistical? Because you're saying your opinion is better than anybody else's this telling you the raw and when you put it like that you don't actually think that's I think I'm clever intelligent than anybody else. They may be a bit like the fake it to make it when it comes to confidence. Maybe I'm GonNa just bury that belief in me until I can find the belief in myself and actually late for me. That's been really useful way of doing things. I never thought I would be able to do and pushing myself to situations that terrify me. And it's been funny because I thought she was not famous I am I live every day in fair I said but actually for me. I'm more faithful of of not taking the risk than I am of taking falling because if I take it and I feel I'm not going to die and probably probably will survive. It could be really embarrassing for period them is going to be here. LIQ- wounds element. But actually I will survive whereas if I don't take the challenge Servino what could have been what I could have achieved and we only get one life. I think he's Anthony Hopkins that said we only get one life none of his getting out of here lie. Hi so you may as well take the risk drink wine and enjoy the music can anything unique for me. That was always. It was always a great way of summing up side. We're we're only here once an most people when you see when unfortunately it's the final time they don't think about all the risks that they took that they got wrong. They think about all the ones they didn't take infamy that that's the piece that drives me on. I think and hopefully we'll driver this as well. Yeah one one one hundred. The eight Kilo Imposter Syndrome. Nine nine keeping them from changing and contributed farm will help biscuit they connect with. You haven't cities there's lots of places so I'm on twitter at Kim adults have and I've also got a youtube channel where sheds a number of apps short videos just sharing some of the tips along the way to hopefully confidence talk your way out of the impostor syndrome those moments where you're feeling a little bit of doubt. Just listen to one of them. There need there in a few minutes law. The the idea is about setting up setting that mindset and also the other tip I would say is quotes an amazing thing. I am renowned for having more question my head with the apennines in this but as because I use one every morning to pick my mood for the day because actually if you pick your mood I think you're gonNA have a good. They have a good day back. So I'm I share a lot. Those narrow them on several on instagram. So it's always. He's either just Kim Adele or chemicals. Had anyone wants to get in touch and I would love to help anybody. I can fantastic will. Thanks once again becoming on the Shai thank keep having me. I really appreciate it and you enjoy your day a mellow for speaking to you. Now you've been listening to industry totally podcast want to learn how to leverage your expertise not monetize your message while become known as an authority in your field access. ow three industry both leader podcast series to show you how at www dot anne-marie cross dot com

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Culture of Trevor Whitmire

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Culture of Trevor Whitmire

"Today's show is brought to you by team final cut RT AFC now what they do is everything mixed martial arts it's a company that was started by Matt Cole Taivon's more percents Tommy Britain these guys do it all they do everything from fight camps to promos posters and videos they have a web series called behind the gloves they have the T of c culture of being podcast today's guest he's awesome Dude Trevor Whitmire he's or Aka but yeah man check him out Youtube Dot com team final cut hey everybody today's episode is brought to you by flies fuck okay see check him out on instagram hey everybody welcome to episode sixty five bottom line this is China the culture of being dubbed Blueberry net up to talk to a man rivers gone mad at on twitch streaming yet he's a twitch affiliate he's a professional pc Gamer also slash streamer he has some kind of will for its own transcendent derives our dreams our thoughts the choices we make why we're here in this evening the world is not at all as we supposed to be I find that very main thing I mean that's a nation to understanding and we are like somebody who has been dead drunk while the house was burning down around history in one computer yeah we sit with Him we talk a little bit about like how got into video games and we talk about new games like virtual reality some new sick and he said he had to builds running everything which I've never seen something like that before was like eighteen hundred dollars with just product and he's building his brand we actually got to go on location to his studio and see his setup when it was absolutely fucking amazing it was sick so fucking analogies is definitely a checkup so dude think tech everything video game related and I hope you guys enjoy into an subset and don't forget to check us out at here's and I play minecraft for the first time ever had I've seen my little brother he plays a lot I've never played either oh I have no idea I've no idea like I just stumbled upon it lucky chance I guess but what they do is they have an it'll capture it's not perfect you know it's still a baby company but like I work sixty five hours a week I don't have time to bed going on like I have no clue what I'm doing just get to US my okay but weather fucker you get us so by that will once you're done streaming it imports your stream video and then it goes through and it finds a bunch of highlights from forty like any kind of good plays or whatever nine them somehow spoken underground cake and there's a clip of it because I guess if you're near Dungeon entrance or something is started to my church so he threw a halo two tournament like everybody he knew which was a lot of flooding people because he was in all kinds of crazy fucking sounds so I'm just sitting there minding my own business base drops are going off in my head said yeah like crazy that crawler creaking sound the radio I think everybody knew was and I want that son of a bit and I wish I could find my trophy little trump by the size of this Mike I I saw that you were making like all those new little videos and stuff I like that yeah man I end up getting teamed up with this this company called Phoenix Ah Yeah I don't know I always play video games it was just kind of inherent and I've always been super technology even as a young little and planning the first time orange stream which was immediately not like a good idea clear learning because I don't even know what the I have no fucking idea what I'm doing I'm like do complete my crap okay can play whatever they might be funny and I spun in Spokane Server I have no idea aw filariases so like what got you into video games this year I experienced as a kid we used to use to listen my Christian radio ninety one F. M. it's a Christian radio station well there was a kid named Jacob on the radio station and he era and you can see what the fuck is going on like four times like well but the clock is happening and then I died fucking monoplane dude aimed though I kinda got on the track and I bet dude you remember like the birthday parties everybody go by whatever the skyscraper where we were age eleven own in mansions clubs taught them into yeah so it's just one of those things like what did I get from my birthday the next plot but when you get an xbox what are you on the island towards the end all the strip I knew hopped across this building and did this I'd rather who showed me how how became a thing but when I found out you could go online and play call duty with other people yeah I mean that's that's the point right it's all moderated everybody's like dude you're a God I'm like no I'm fucking garbage a whole stream where the goodness in one clip the playstation two within three sixty came out changed fucking every atom both had xbox and ps two we had the original my brother played all the time I play the Indians before that but when the xbox came out on our re he got like real good burn fuck with xbox original always how do I swear Bananas Star Never Cricket Youth My first Oh my Hawaiian and blew my mind it was so cool I used to tell I yeah that's exactly I will outsource everything like I don't know my on it makes it clear as fuck though released like highlight footage should always looks hardy now and so I'm afraid to say that I play like we had landmarks like we did we had when Halo two first came out there was a I don't know the man so yeah kind of just went from there and then real big into of course call of duty wore our stream right I don't have time to go through that shit so I just go on Oh that was don't play before that was don't let me go grab both of those clips throated movie is game on this game and then you just kind of was the next best game when you go to a friend's house and you like played Halo my buddy Christian and I was like seven years old or whatever and I was like that's my cutting-edge across the world from your iphone it's not a big deal wifi everywhere but back then like I used to play college duty with this kid what was his. PS Two as well I used to love to play by yeah I got it for Christmas Brown I think I played for like forty eight hours straight almost positive and my fucking iphone while sitting there we're just zooming here's feed all that and fucking said it takes me ten minutes delusion on the original xbox and so I got on there you know what however although eight or seven or how role calling people fucking loser that was able to do that yeah I never it was always like having the computer to play games on was always like a that I barely even understand how we ran halo dude like all men me bananas refined these guys like as a kid it's like our version of like how they have pen pals on parents eldest had problems against not anyway he was in a world of warcraft so he was already into computer gaming which we were also playing on three sixty Internet school of Vista and started going part time to more Norman for computer networking repair so now from knowing nothing about pewter like way back with dial up we're gonna I online thing and it was like a trip to think about aw it was it was like having a pen pal seriously next level yeah dude I love instant that's crazy so like when did you transfer from should he kept telling me that I needed to make the switch to PC gaming and I was like I wanted to do and it just didn't have the meats and so we went a computer tech side of so right so I got his class because I am I didn't know what Ram was I didn't know what Har I didn't know anything yeah you just go Ryan talks minute yellow but you tried like fuck you motherfucker got interested so I went from this this kid who knew literally nothing about Peter's to now I'm learning everything from the ground and I learned all about the aware tech side of computers and while we were in the class we kind of scrounge parts like Oh our Buddy Evan had a motherboard I could use in my buddy had gonna Chase Garden right what school did you go to sell into more you're not chasing chasing garden I'm surprised the Kid Bruno's my shit that like I love that and that really changes so I've always been on board yeah I think my first experience was like me and my brother played halo on he would play with us and then you always want to learn about wow and I knew what while it was obviously the Mohawk handgrenade no Mr T. it's amazing and do to change it changed everything it was another one of those like huge moments that I don't think I realize it at the time I was so excited that looking back weeks straight my buddy chases house and we all computers over such out of all of us that's all we did for straight week was he sat in a room commercials remember that much so I knew a world work but I just never even I didn't have my family didn't have like a computer playing on consoles to go where did you make the jump yeah it was I think Sophomore Year Oh shit ars and make sure I'd I'd find another car like so I'd like Dr One a little bit and stop turn around run background the driver cards could keep them Komo birds found out about online gaming multiples crazy when you eat it in right and it was back in dial up so like because it's like a sense of virtual reality Julie in there with other people it's a trip like now we don't think of it as much of a big deal how easy is it to phase away on it changed my life forever I understand completely because I literally just did it like me and Erin wrong console forever just made the switch and it's like wow like we do on the technology card was only blows my mind but my biggest problem was that the girl I like wouldn't take me back Davis problem back then when I got to college he was a PC Gamer his dad was tech guy for a huge company owned a tech guy with one of the first people that I've met that like John we saw like after winning like that I think that that was a big one and then I don't know it I think xbox was like my costs. Su Up in Tallec Wall just give my basics done because I was eighteen I had no clue what I would do Malla lost who does rather than have any guidance lint in so I just went up there and party like that but my big brother in the fraternity new because at that point like I knew everything I mean I knew every bit as much as I do now about computers maybe even more just because I was more fresh slow plugged into Oh yeah I don't know why they were true giver seven eleven has been our five dollars we had saved up and stories and yet yeah that's exactly exactly what it was it was that we fucking hot pockets people like we were on yeah that's exactly the time I I would give anything to go back to that just one time isn't it crazy to think back on the Mike how easy going you like Autralia's at Halo Two okay siege you've lost that I want the trophies too in an attic somewhere somewhere so I do like every CPU that was out I knew its clock speed I knew like wear rank I knew what I knew everything by the electrons Rob Enderle eighteen hundred bucks buy marriage was when I bought everything was like monitored this the world of warcraft and that's what we did actually have a picture of the big ice storm my sophomore year could have been like two thousand ten or two thousand eleven there's a huge ice storm so we were stuck in the house for price for like a good motherboard nowadays like one hundred thirty you could get one hundred thirty I would but that two hundred we'll give you a good one maybe two hundred dollars we'll give you a CPU fit and chase had a case and we had an old you know so we started piecing together Franken yeah this Frankenstein pc to get started the Nixon there as well the news all now so I didn't get into a bad microscopic it more of like building computers removing there's with all of our our computers laid out on the on the table just playing I find additional shows yet but that's like that's like reminds me myself buffs maybe but that's because I built it now if you bought this computer it'd be way more it'd be like well over three growth more in the future parts billions now could could but every day right so I don't want to come home don't even think about it but sometimes just replace it with how cheap it is technology not your best more money in ours is trying to fix seriously what's the Ronnie Quality Quality motherboard. Yeah now you can get them for ninety bucks you can get 'em for seven dollars I wouldn't you know you could if you were disliked grinding like where I wanted to go but I didn't know how to get there I mean all of my family go to college yeah this New World War craft which actually when I started screaming that was the first game I ever started three Oh really yeah had it listed for twelve hundred dollars and I said that's more than fair I mean yeah could knock it down on or two hundred bucks sure probably CODA with the news in Plano so worried by selling people on facebook Mark Oh my you'll post something for thirty bucks a new motherboard like that's what I tell you if you need any mother you're not GonNa do like other board repair no yeah that's not I'm not even do there's so much that goes into session now oh and he made me sit down and play on computer too I played for twenty minutes I played one full round and I said Okay and I sold probably take me six hours to get everything built put together operating system loaded on next test right if I may three hundred it's on it my time you know what is that your fifty dollars an hour I but that's not including the time it takes to sell it you know there's sick you wrote avid any problems no problem then we had so many problems but they didn't matter they don't they don't fuck I'll tell you what I hate driving and I worked too much to come down to Plano I said if I full price and I'll pay for your guests if you'll bring it wasn't no yeah just all the coaches right now is about is it roughly I mean you know give or take a couple hundred every aspect of my game play like where I move my hand because I I have a high VPI low sensitivity so my mouse to to go left. I'm I'm coming all the way list PC gaming but it's better than concept you know what I mean like you keep up with the consoles but it's it's it's totally even the one benefit that console gamers irises been okay since the basic if you go to a PC place right in your hey this used to work but now it's not working can you fix it they're like yeah through excel at all my shit my switch yes I sold all my shit and it's like all my games expire I still have the xbox Thirty Bucks Best I can do and you need to bring it to me about ninety come near the DC right that I bought this from he really oh man totally business-focused year is now just going to like constantly go to Europe and I'm sitting there so you can build a five or six hundred dollar see that will run the games that you WANNA plan will run at sixty frames on regular monitor you're not GonNa get the full effect watch but I'm not trying to console game I feel like my hands are tied on magnum blindfolded like that's how I feel become so used to controlling grabe had to get a computer and build it again you could go super cheaper like this I think this cost me with everything that's in it chat cast they have a whole shit going on and also Tommy Britain will be fighting November eighth for rage in the cage so you guys try and get some tickets and go out and see that all the way at all up down like this is how my mouse movements are so we go from that to like my baby s though that's a lot less money yeah I mean you can build cheap gaming computers that are run it just like a console you're not going to do this but if you but if you wanted to be after safer graduated onto college my Fraternity College for was it so the first thing kind of funny when he watched like somebody who it's it's so weird how like natural video games come to us you know like our generation because you have someone like an older generation they don't know what the hell they're doing you can't say that he sees definitely way more responsive dude way faster is so much easier I noticed that instantly only way better maybe do nothing to say it's kind of weird how like you know wash like but you can turn it off man who would do that back when I do this as fuck with no one to console gaming like the very rare because most of the time I don't WanNA play Steve I'm GonNa make you sit down and play a peg from like all right this shit to look at the two hundred forty hertz monitor right yes the only one hundred forty four apt pc gamers is that Amos become a concert when you click your Aleph trigger ill snap is not to shoot at whereas on p. c. you gotta actually walk around it's like how do you not understand that move this around you gotTa do both at the same time you can't read my xbox ahead of the time I've started selling like south that I had those like I'm GonNa hold on every could and then I had a mac to me he said okay that's good for me I'm cool with that you're cool with that was the role you know you don't have to date but just going through that and then go into the time that I'd walk her school I traded that two hundred bucks I ever like high end gaming. Pc and I would never I'll never almost exact same as my story asked why would you do that I guess that's what it does kind of fuck with you sometimes that's the is over they're planning a mobile game totally yeah we have the balls 'cause we had trucks so we had the balls and go out in the store seven eleven was the only place that was open in hard core insisting he could do even infuses what's going on and Amos Namus is not the same yeah it's not the same it is not even worth it to the yeah my big brother in the fraternity he is the one that he showed me battlefield three John beat the angels cool how everything's become across play noted that console players have is cheaper don't move and then look just confused me my parents are like fifty fifty five years all of them are trying to show Oh check this out try and play an inch like they can't even like so goofy on the controller especially pc they're just what they don't get that at all that's my nightmare like a few six years old fucking full the have you ever experienced vr how is the one right now is garbage like yeah right now it's like yeah no standing it wasn't a ledger gone it just going there quick I mean we're we're getting especially after moving to San Diego two weeks ago so much technology coming out they've got my even my set up I have right now is going to be obsolete in a year I say that I don't know Adams has willy but in videos they just by I mean they they give them outrageous amounts of money really religious by Alexander they either choose money too that used to cut the program so have you professional game or go case shirt GRANDPA rushing Zack Martin video you podcast kids you guys still your medicine his words euro as my job and Eric I'm a piece of shit too when I was there on a on I can tell those big wireless headset the ad school I can look around shot this thing trump this thing do graphics card they're coming with a proprietary system that also I that eliminates Vergara screen completely oh like automated I made I made Kylie go walk around in front of it and like even her hair you could see the finer details of a strain and that's hard like caffeine you really cool stuff but I'm the most excited to see about the ours how they make it more personal to you like are we gonna wear a suit am I gonna be for those who is GonNa ask about Oh my God I was amazed more heart than dancing but there's this book on Google or facebook WHO's owned by technology wise technology wise 'cause goodwill swoops up every company that is doing anything sounded long time ago but go back to video ten years ago no thinking about owning thing about that twenty years ago thing about ninety word doesn't facebook own oculus now is that like a recent thing I saw like Martin Cirque was Coburg come out talking about the new Oculus the thing is taking whatever stagnant behind you and then cut but it's a really good I mean it's cool for what it is it's not there yet but it's getting there I mean he's got to start somewhere if you look at the advancements in in in video games in ten years and I know that during that so it's like that's just what you see but now you take this exactly how it is and make it perfect it's hard to doing wow yeah that makes sense the one where it's like anything just like its own vein yeah it's like it's own what what powers dude has its own thing battery coming out with I think I read an article about it a while your brain man essentially what essential yet so be a USB port take less than a millimeter thick precision cut that puts this like wire into your neurons literally wires into your neuro USB connect this frigging thing you have to stare at a screen did you in Iraq yes we know like buttons and other things it'd be like soon that just like the pixels it's true and you know once again it's a I build on himself and gets better your head yeah so they do this they do this surgery where they insert this this little so there's this robot this artificial intelligence robot that does like this precision strands of hair I mean can you imagine that agrees seems crazy doing down having like you can see your screen you know audie and movies I mean there's a there's a lot like yeah you can knock on porn all you want but if you want to you want to hire class higher in society right got bored gaming headset and I I was part of a guild that we ran raids every Tuesday and Thursday at Thursday's burst they're gonNA say shit like you guys still use screens yeah right yeah yeah yeah that is that's right there so that's it it's a two sided question I guess I so I started streaming when I was in the army like I said inside your ear and like it's going to be like a I control it's supposed to start making people like Super Smart ailing us it for Alzheimer's lure Peres able to walk again Friday can remember but that's what I did so I just kind of started the channel and it was half past me and chase kinda put together a little bit of but who inspired you what was your perhaps yeah I mean really though like true poor was like one of the big driver movies yeah yeah so now I have this I don't know sense of like there's nothing there there's nothing I don't think I can do it's just about how much effort am I going to have to dump into a lot of that's like the big thing here we're talking about like Beijing I thought I was crazy the facebook going because I think that I must say on Google talk about black near earlier Monday night plug something isn't GonNa tap into my consciousness yeah well how's IT GONNA work early like the most is tv you're just like my creativity right yeah I could do that or if somebody builds something I I could I could learn how to build Bryant I'm a better personality in this man I can do it better of it so that's kind of where it started off stream tapes but but saying it was like that I think a lot of times backing the army too because there are so much learn how to do that I didn't ever think I could do right in the army I seriously so watching streamers and watching people you know I watch youtube videos streamers and the students fucking lane like I literally can't understand why are you seeing some streamers or did you guys literally from like watching youtube videos and stuff and what is back with that lake there's nothing I've ever seen anyone do that I thought I can't do that in order to make foot so like when did when did you make the leap to streaming how long have you been doing it the pop in and our bullshit I was just doing doing me and then I did that for a few months that was back in like twenty seventeen I think okay conceive Hilsum to check out but yeah him watch that it's like you know it's going to be the future video games but your memory stick into down With your Article Five I had an EXA mind one time I was talking about Jackson pollock and Alden it was the best thing that could possibly happen for that for that technology whoever you think about the Internet would be if it weren't for bill had strokes there right now in Tesla people in the military idiots have some kind of injury we're GONNA put them docker disrespect yeah he's the best see this is this is content like yeah he's good at the Games all of my job it'll get oh my God with money that's the best thing for technology the best thing that can happen to pick it up if you can be satiety and then I stopped streaming entirely until April shit okay hide am so when you start streaming how on still good computer but Shady Webcam one monitor and a TV you know like the Nice setup but I was using Tori people I talk to they say like there's nothing there's nothing I can do right it's just am I gonNA have to study for four years to do it or or am I going to have to go out there and all the town everything else he does this the content this is what I want to watch and then I found myself watching work this I just thought on the listen to it Elsa sixty four console and show go back to nineteen ninety nine the advances we've had in so in the next ten years VR's nasty I mean it's going to be living channel back in April because there is nothing I had before was still like going he was still there was no fall and there was there was nothing it was just live streaming we'll try not to your personality you're trying to portray like like my around nor music fast movements offer so yes when I saw I saw now you just started yeah and the channel had no I mean basically I was like I don't understand why the paintings are popular and she said Oh we'll shoot he was the first one to do it I was like well I could do that she was doing okay and then I did it's actually yeah this is hilarious this is funny good stuff I can do this like I can do stuff like that and so then it became happ well the first step is to discriminate arrive so and being honest with people can become across as hateful right so you can still be a nice person behavioral you can still be nice person to be a total fucking Dick Serious right the IT bleeds in you're not totally different but you act differently on camera than you do when I'm just sitting you know if we were sitting right here I had to which channel that I had thrown videos on once upon a time in a couple of people came washed then when I picked it back in April I was like dude I'm GonNa do this because I got to watch this is like it's almost impossible to because you're recording there's no way it's just like you with the volume turned doping yeah mine turned up or person on on my channel I'll try to let's tone it down not respect or I sit there and call somebody a fucking con just like the fact that I've I've thought about what I was going to say like four or five times I've said it sounds like hold on but not save you AH twelve hundred followers yeah we shot up a lot which I really focused hard on growing on my somebody else like there's this train that develops in on twitter the twitter instagram one of the easiest places I found grow is really good there's been a lot and I'm still going through a trial and error on brandy was my brand what's my personality right because you're not the same person streaming percent okay is a lot of that kind of figuring out with my nieces but I'm Gonna I'm not GonNa go I'm not so toxic that I'm going to go into every yeah you know what I mean other than like going to be the world's songs man a monthly speech of physical like physical feats I always think I always used to think too much it on their blake God says you're a bitch you know been told me I don't know there's a lot and like I said I'm still I moored but that's GonNa be the best thing for it because of the porn industry gets a hold of something like that but people watch the famous people like damn the jokes or just like your va you are like on the nerd my biggest thing is created my my social been doing good on your lover never done twitter I didn't we barely toward promoted like our last six and so we I started screaming again I was like trying to is a lot of finger my brand you know because it's a business right is your brand your stream as your brain so admiral J. Rows here so say that to all this stuff like that and then got my little God voice game on playing like you're a fucking can post the you know the fuck off my serve talking Shit right here on talk much I'd much rather be like so much on the way there's so much on the way I like we're not even scratching the surface with this I mean this isn't even this step one of twenty so playing the lake so much haunted as of right now there so much there's so much on the way like buying the second computer there so stripe I've seen I've seen that real actual problems your problem because you've got offended somebody's facebook pose is not a real problem is we do dry cassette gets boring I mean I'm sure for some people they love it but that's not I'm after so much more than that and that's kind of ties back into my stream it's not just me post it'll tell other people that you did not just that you're friends with but he could tell somebody who's fallen somebody's somebody's falling somebody that that somebody like posts look at you you're trying so hard liquor you go you know what I mean that's it the tournament hateful right but there's a certain like you could be hateful person like I've had a lot of people was held on Nice Hassle they've ever met and it's because honestly back to where it's like what's going to happen we've had amazing experience it's only getting better again what's the next day like don't put it like it was not dropped too many upwards how could I actually care but I'm just saying that are you an onstream by now there's a young correctly I will not entertain and will not entertain fearmongering from the media like it's stuff like that that I will like to sky's falling I used to be so into it but now I try to stay off of every now and then on both sides our far-right side and fort less I'll see a post on like at this guy he's a sophomore okay all right what are you trying to you're trying so hard look at you go oh man he got the episodes that consistently besides ads it's like well twitter's base for growth though the thing is that when you like somebody else's comment or you like the money crazy like do we live in like the best time I always think about this do we're able collegue like first off we grew up playing video games which is held experience unbalancing like how many highlight reels do I post that how many pictures do I post right because I don't want every single post on my instagram to be of me just like the same shredding the this is the most amazing time on earth and there's a lot of stuff going on especially for like four years and people getting offended and I think that offensive on an all time high right now the governor page all about like screw over the alphabet I don't want so weird all right let's pump the brakes a little bit right here and I wanna put it a little blurred and if it's left Oh my God I'm the bleeding-heart conservative he just kept saying a you trump loving conservative you conservatives are all the same while my brother I'm more of an anarchist in anything let me tell you something the world is if you think the world is depressing like Change Your fucking outlook job somewhere else yes seriously because they're so to and meet I mean I have I have amazing friends that I've never seen in person before I I have friends that Never Erin like we chinaman ties back into I really I really truly do think this is one of the best times I I get so excited twitch another big one video games seemed to be linked or height they're getting so fucking good like we're like peeking right there on this weird tipping fee so you're like cringing exact being super nurture cringe more like you watch them onstream like reacting awkwardly because a female on here that says neither pride like I WANNA get married smoke weed and shoe people like people probably think you're Republican bill do I get now you need to pump your brakes realize that you're attacking my political views that are politically right on moment it's really exciting dude it's like really exciting so I bumped me out whenever I see a lot of like depress people talking about Shitty the world is no culture yeah outrage culture we ended up on the fucking brakes on that road because like in everyday life that's not real but like I've seen us you'll plug it enough of a signal wires anything that says you just put this thing on it's like I just wish it yeah that's can I get and it worked out but see that's awesome awesome to see just how big of a jump you've made a year yeah we just broke the fucking trump early actual Nazi look into an argument the one guy we were going to two hours Sir once or twice in high school she doesn't ask that you guys do we just hung on high school and then we shut up at my issue with another friend of mine my birthday party when I first got back from the army in this American man but we now know my gave me yes I have a banner around I mean you got to see blink to live as one of the first series I ever bought ever they were there with logic typically anymore like I used to be about it used to be about the base in your life flaming laughing your head we didn't talk to him after that and then the string popped in the street and I was like Holy Fuck Dude like aloe I didn't even know about streams and then my brother was like he was the one who's watching in your mind I ran into that at which I met a guy I've been watching his dreams until you had like thirty viewers Australian and I used to just throw it up on my tear just watch them play I just like the interactive I like to I learned to like he teaches kind of as he plays I wanna get better like what are you doing oh shit I never thought about that kind of throw it up as fucking off doing whatever yeah I know what you're saying it's the same with podcast because like like somebody can listen to all of your podcast right and they they know who they know you Now his mom living lived across the street from me when I lived in Mustang before I lived here merged fifth grade but anyway santer what's up and it was like this guy has no fucking idea who I I know who he is I know I know whose mommy I know who this guy is right right right so much more intimate I met a guy in I I know intimate on sexual right but you got to take the station of what I actually mean yeah well I met him at push he's got like over a thousand views per Sri now like he's he's crushed just got signed TSN which is a very inner slaves a shoutout you'd go check it out if you want to see somebody else but I met him I shook his hand on the signal hodge cool medicine and all all man I mean going to want to seeing all this technology and seeing all of these people toby the whole on their do technology is so amazing and like the people that I've been able to stay connected with and talks okay because there's a lot there's a lot voted yes not loaded there's a lot to answering that but anyway I met him all right now but you watch the bats do it right like the best in the world right the best people do some juice it was the stadium there's a bunch of gamers like is a bunch of game of kids ensuring birds at the padres stadium watching and logic like one of the best gaming organization is that how it works you get a lot of viewers and then they'll come to you like hey we want you to you know put it on your second network will art we'll get suits what does that ready player one the whole like emergency suits and I tried to get on there and GRANDPA US do I do conservative because we along with I I try to not get announced the left has definitely gone crazy do I mean I'm a libertarian underwriting true full on figured with your hosts to watch people on it is but then he was like hey man you've been talking about watching the NBA yeah yeah he's like you go play basketball Komo shame shame shame yeah yeah chamber homey since way back in the day lecturing fifth grade I'm talking doc ID hassles and this guy we wrote like lush dreaming I'm not GonNa Watch that we wanted to get away 'cause I was like fuck it does not know all I was just like I do like trevor and you're like Oh yeah okay I think I've seen you chat like fucking lar- raped me okay cool thanks good luck most yeah fifty followers like no one actually gives a shit you know and then you start insults I think my my first ever sub was was chase and I think shortly thereafter with Android Garner which you'll see him pop up on my post multi because I love Andrew he's he's my gay he's the Homey I love the name so much question about what what the step is so we'll go we'll go from like nothing which is like just below still spent hours in front of the computer talking to myself well there's nobody there and that sucks that sucks but that's just what you gotta do so you do that for a long time initially you'll get like fifty followers which I think is the goal right now fifty followers you can become an affiliate affiliates we'll take a little more investing into you right and then you get some perks on this and that whatever doesn't pay so then you're GONNA you're an affiliate now okay oh hey what's up fucking came I hate talking to like famous people or people I live up to it's always like hi what's up I watch like this'll you see this shit there's a lot there's a lot that goes into it so then you start your channel and you're going to sit there and you're gonNA post on your Social Media you get yourself by into like I'm going to affiliate button and you get a little bit better bandwidth on on your applause so you gain looks a little bit better you mean fans I gotta say wait I do me fans in the future you know I don't feel awkward how they can just come up to me so anything about true you're not gonna you're not just GonNa like I'm GonNa get on twitter today some people may and if you're the kind of person you're fucking ear balls a program for the website we like us or hosting and like we have to have a thousand dollars per episode or Yeah Thousand Downloads to get them to the Bulls I know when you sleep on what you do you feel like a creep in what you say there's no you know what I'm sure that everybody's like that I'm sure that a lot of people are like hey you're my home year my chat you know a lot about me I don't know anything about you let me ask the question you for real muster but right so we get all of the money for the sub not immediately it pays out the fifteenth of the next but it's like one hundred twenty two you know no no that's the thing is one sided intimacy once again you know so much about this through and Iger streamer me if I ever made a fan or when yeah but you'll see like you start to get subs and you're like Oh shit like okay like I made two dollars from that side like that's awesome right like twenty two dollars nothing hours so nervous kit so that's all I mean it's hard now you grow your channel you network enough and eventually you'll get there like right now I think I average John writes like man it'd be cool to see Tannoy were there and get a picture or whatever and that's just kind of sport it wasn't like what am I going to say that this guy when I need it from nothing you play me you're going to start to channel usually you'll start by interacting with people onto which I find extremely as you like binding games like meeting people learning community and then you kind of just go that that and then you well networking I think more than just being a fan because you know you're not gonNA start screaming on twitter all the time and usually somebody complies promote so well you're gonNa pray to God the Sony Combined Says Hi you can let me tell you I have spent hours and hours and hours the desire like this is what I'm going to do this like it may not be this year it may not be next year but this is what I'm going to do taft switch to you as a regular affiliate and then it steps up from there I can't tell you what it's too because you don't know I'm not there you're more more of more viewers so I'm in the middle of that ride like that's where I'm at right now the next goal is going to average seventy five viewers per okay and it doesn't sound like a lot but it is for sure averaging seventy five viewers per stream of ice from for four hours I got seventy five people watching it for four it's probably some crazy I'm sure it probably like ramps up like seventy percent yeah you there will be thirty seventy split sounds that's how it is with our podcast like we can't make money there's an eleven right a lot of times way lower than sometimes it's higher it just assuming different peaks valleys Lemme late yesterday they get unlimited data let's go for streams that's weird so from there extreme with for me and one other person for like in how're you know it was just two two people on there for a long time so that's yeah there's pizza values that plus you've got donations coming plus you got subs coming in and all that that's where you start to make some money and then as you continue growing brands will reach out team so just build bill I mean God the grind is rough and I'm being a lot more proactive by growing strength from my twitter you gotta grow brand new this or a game you know say apex like when they first started they they reach out to a ton of big neck streamers and they're like hey play our game once you get to that you get partnered now as a partner you get all the benefits of all the French right but you get more money and you can run ads on your stream where you earn the home from work I drink some of my game a girl bathwater sweet you've been a partner of this we're GonNa pay you we're GonNa send you this computer just promoted or will pay a thousand dollars to play for two hours on all those social media has yet to put the clips out there I even gone so far as a higher social media manager to start doing some promotion like you know I had the money that I've been to and I had picture we took together and I'm like Oh that was you can argue your pace yet so yeah well that's important right like why would you you're not gonNA download that Shit money right so let's say you've got one hundred people watching and you're not out two minute long at right will you make two bucks of that but if you do that you know that if you do the duty even World War craft right and you can hop in at any time and you can watch people do the same shit over this too repetitive thing and gave feedback on it and if it's good people I'm gonNA play that it's bad things like that it really only Jackson let's see what's going on now happens all the time so that's kind of like yeah why not I mean the gamers ground there's g fueled there's these dummies that are out right now that right there right I don't have the attention span of sit down and play this same match where I'm just obliterating kids before and for the viewer that's fine if they want to watch for the for the Gamer for the person playing it gets really old really I mean I don't have an twenty six years old right now just a little shot what does that do so what do you think about I bet that's where I'm going and I have my goals that I gotta hit like just like everybody will just like you should you said baby steps right so anyway the people that'll buy into the things that you're trying to promote you're trying to do they feel yeah G. Fuel I mean that's a great one why not buy this thirty our pre workout for eighty dollars the huge is averaging twenty thousand views per stream so that's twenty thousand gamers they'd just watched you play a game for two hours and give your feedback good or bad I say that because I've played a meal play the threat right now who doesn't love a good single player story mode right Robin good story I mean I run Corsair stuff because razor piss me off so I really of course their stuff so maybe one day I'll give enough that course

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Introducing Dead and Gone

Monster

00:00 sec | 2 weeks ago

Introducing Dead and Gone

"Guys it's pain and I wanNA, tell you about a new podcast I have called dead and gone. It's an investigative podcast that I'm hosting that looks into the unsolved murders and disappearances of grateful dead fans. If you're a fan of Atlanta Monster, but the monster series as a whole, this podcast is definitely for you I've poured with Philip podcast named Jake Brennan hosts of disgrace land in together we uncover some bizarre new information dead and gone is a ten part podcast series in the first two episodes are available right now just search dead and gone on your podcast. APP. It'd be sure to subscribe. If you're on the fence about it. Here's a clip of the first ten minutes of the show. Well. I'm having trouble finding it right now this host is throwing me off. saw not very long ago that no is here. Cesar Chavez Park on San Francisco. Bay. is a small memorial plaque buried in the grass. Out of sight and apparently forgotten. It loving. Every of Mary Regina Joya. Twelve, twenty, sixty, two, eight, sixteen, Eighty, five. The Gregory Allen if. There were newspaper articles about the killings. What I read is that it happened around here. Someone. Allegedly the guy that they arrested killed him. It says. A secret memory. Thirty five years ago. Mary Joya, in Greg Nathan murdered here. A man named Ralph Thomas was convicted and sentenced to death. So. Why am I here? Well. It all started with this guy. Somebody had to do it. SOMEBODY'S GONNA INVENT VILLAINS, SOMEBODY'S GONNA INVENT THE MICROWAVE Eventually, somebody would have been the first cyber. It happened to be me. Guess Right now this is. My name is pain Lindsey. This is Todd Matthews. He lives in a small town in northern Tennessee. He's a funny guy with the distinct southern accent, but there's also something very unique about todd. He considers himself the world's first cyber-sleuth. My route to this world was very strange. And October of nineteen, eighty seven. Three new girls entire Lynch. Room at school and I was setting my best friend and the one in the middle. Appointed or that's the girl I'm going to marry. Literally she sat down beside at me we were telling stories because it was Halloween. She told me about a body that bothered founded in nineteen sixty eight. She was a Jane Doe in Scott County. Kentucky. The Jane Doe was known as the Ticker because she is wrapped in canvas tamper. Had just turned eighteen in by the time she turned seventeen within nine months we were married. I didn't go to college plan I didn't really know what I wanted to do. I wanted to work on that Jane Doe case. Just something tankers seem so familiar. I. Felt like I knew that case. There was no google so you couldn't go. You certainly can't go go filing cabinet. Was Driving to George Town Lavington. Kentucky get newspaper articles talking to people that might have known something about it and built a website for. Everything. You just clips photographs, everything. Now. Thought. I'll put this out there and in somebody will come to me. And tell me that was my mom's sister man something. I was looking for somebody that had mother sister daughter anything. And in Nineteen ninety-seven. Found somebody. Was a decades long mystery that gripped of small Georgetown community. A woman found dead and wrapped in a tent or if you twenty five in thousand, nine, nineteen, sixty, eight, she was known as tent girl until the late nineteen, ninety s when her true identity was discovered. Found a woman that was looking for her sister last known to be alive and Lexington Kentucky in nineteen sixty seven. The new it was her. I remember the words of the Medical Examiner's office. Ten Curl is indeed Barbara Tyler. That's when I started getting the phone cost. Todd had made a name for himself having sold the decades old murder case by using the Internet. At the time this concept was unheard of. In got the attention of law enforcement agencies from around the world. They wanted him to help solve their cases. That's when todd had a revolutionary idea. The Internet must be good morning just looking at commercials. It's got to be usable. It's a way to communicate with people. Department of Justice in two thousand seventeen to create a namus program. The the national database, the national system for missing an unidentified persons. In like that Todd's careers, a full-time sleuth took off. Todd Map us has seen thousands of missing persons cases. He's the spokesperson for Namus the National Missing and unidentified person system. It's a government organization that aims to streamline missing persons cases for investigators. Since tint girl Todd Matthews has had his hands in countless cases. Namus alone has helped solve over twelve thousand missing persons cases. Whatever it is todd definitely has something a good intuition an eye for things who knows but the impact he's had on unsolved cases is very real. Over the years, Todd learned the importance of collecting data order to solve these crimes. Tracking trends and recognizing patterns in recently taught taken notice of new pattern of cases, which is why I'm here. If there was just one. One case with anybody even think about it. I'm not sure if anybody would really say to knepper to be featured in a magazine. You know when you start clustering together a little bit, it's easier to say. He's established a set of unsolved cases. All of one thing in common. The band the grateful dead. Grateful Dan could come up with a better name, the grateful dead cases. Maybe, they were going to concert. Tickets stub pocket had a concert shirt on. It was a commonality. That something that you can grab a hold. That commonality, it got your attention didn't it? That's the idea. There is an event that brought people together. Those concerts brought people together to a certain place in certain time. Am I a conspiracy therion. That something mysteriously no, but they had that commonality. There's not a serial killer most likely that's done sucked into all of these people. We know the grateful dead themselves had nothing to do with this. It. was something that made them have some connection to each other whether they were even connected or nine. and. That's something. Anything that you can take to recompose the decomposed. Grateful dead did that. So it's not some big conspiracy and it's probably not a serial killer. At least he doesn't think so. But what Todd's found in his lifetime as a cyber sleuth is the importance of a commonality. Even if only to get your attention. Anybody looking for any thunder to the great going GonNa. Run into. Those cases. That might be the exact people that need to see those cases. The conversations not gonNA hurt anything. Going to make the concept bigger easier to see and unforgettable. Almost. Every case is just bizarre nature. Strange circumstances. Bridget pendle was last seen on January twelfth. Nineteen. ninety-six in Wichita Kansas. She was twenty three years old and following the grateful dead on tour when she vanished. Douglas. Simmons was last seen at a concert on July Tenth Nineteen Ninety Raleigh North Carolina Mitchell. Fred wiser in his girlfriend Benita bicket went missing on July twenty seventh nineteen seventy-three hitchhiking grateful dead concert. Jennifer Wilmer a grateful dead follower was last seen in California on September thirteenth nineteen ninety-three while hitchhiking. Jeremy. Ted Alex followed the grateful dead for years any vanish on April twenty fourth two, thousand four from northport Maine. On July Twentieth Nineteen. ninety-five man was found on the side of the highway of grateful dead concert in Atlanta. To this day, his identity is unknown. On March twenty ninth two, thousand eight officials discovered a woman's remains underneath a box spring in Sacramento California. She was wearing a grateful dead jacket, her cause of death and identity remain unknown. On October Twenty Six nineteen ninety one a woman was found murdered in the Woods of Warren County New Jersey The only clue as to her identity was a large tattoo of tiger on her left leg. Later was discovered that the tattoo was the same tiger design on Jerry. Garcia's guitar for identity remains unknown. The majority of these cases have been unsolved for decades. Todd's hope is that by clustering these cases together, he can bring more awareness to them. The first two episodes are available right now, just search getting gone on your podcast APP.

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Update #1: Ripple Effects

Bear Brook

09:48 min | 2 years ago

Update #1: Ripple Effects

"I'm pretty sure Taylor crumby. And this is the first in unknown number of updates to the story of the Bairbre murders that we'll be producing to let listeners know about any breaking in the case for quick updates. I'm going to be interviewing Jason to find out. What is happening down the road? Should there be any big breaks, and we expect there will be we will likely put out another full episode of bear brook. So just to temper expectations. I wanna say off the bat that this is not the information that Jason I are expecting to come down eventually, which is to say police have not discovered any new victims of Teri, Rasmussen nor have police determine the identities of the unknown bear brook victims the new information that we do have the just came out of the New Hampshire Turney general's office yesterday of ember fifteenth is that while searching for more possible victims of the serial killer. Terry rest Musin police followed a tip that led to the identification of an unconnected murder victim. In other words, someone who was murdered. But not by Rasmussen a young woman who went missing in Manchester in the nineteen eighties. So Jason what did we learn who is this woman? Her name is Elizabeth lot. Apparently, she went by Liz. She went missing on November twenty second nineteen Eighty-four from Manchester, New Hampshire. She was. At the youth development center today, it's called youth center. It's basically juvenile lockup in the state. Okay. And she was released for some sort of trip to a baseball stadium in Manchester, and she never returned. And so again that was on November twenty second nineteen eighty four and the youth detention center. So how old is she? She would have been seventeen when she went missing. Okay. A missing persons report was not filed until until recently until two thousand seventeen as a result of the investigation into the bear brook ace in an according to the New Hampshire attorney general's office. It came in the aftermath of that big press conference in January twenty seventeen that we visit in five of the podcast where we were getting all the connections to the California cases for the first time. Gonna start our presentation by going through a PowerPoint this morning. We're gonna do that to try and explain the new information that we have now during that press conference police were also asking for any tips regarding other possible victims of Teri Rasmussen. And here's some some tape. We we didn't actually include in that episode and something to remember police back, then we're still calling rest musette by his New Hampshire. Alias Bob Evans during the time. Mr Evans had been living at nine twenty five hundred street. Interesting note, there were some certified mail center that residents and it had been signed for by so many, according to Elizabeth Evans, we know who Elizabeth them was whether or not she was a real person or the male had been signed for by somebody else. Also, it's interesting during the time in the nineteen eighty s Evans had done arrested three different times by local authorities. He was arrested in February and June of nineteen eighty and he gave his spouse's name as being Elizabeth as you can see here in the in the slide. And so sometime after that press conference, they got a tip from someone who said, well, I knew a Liz who went missing from Chester during that same time period. Liz lamont. And so I think initially the thinking was could Liz Lamont be Elizabeth Evans once they listed her as a missing person, she wa- her case was. Uploaded to Namus, which is sort of the national database of missing persons cases identified bodies, and some of the Liz limits family members provided DNA to that database, and they did find a match in Namus to a previously unidentified murder victim from Tennessee who was found on April fourteenth, nineteen eighty five. Okay. So less than a year after she went missing in Manchester, New Hampshire. Elizabeth Lamont's body is found in Tennessee. But then it was unidentified just like the bear brook victims for over thirty years. Exactly. So this has been a Tennessee Colt case that began in nineteen eighty-five murdered identified woman found along the side of a road. And when body was found it appears that it only been there for maybe two three weeks. How was she killed blunt force trauma to the head? Yeah. You can imagine that police would have right away and thinking what if this is the mother of rest Mason's daughter. The the the middle child found in the barrels. Oh, yeah. And that was basically my first question when I called the office last night, I spoke with Susan moral. She's now the chief of the cold case unit. Are we rolling after this murder was could have been committed by Terry rescue centers? That's still an open question. Well, I don't think that there's any information. That would connect the two it just happened that the press conference about Teri Rasmussen. And our requests for information about an Elizabeth Evans generated this tip. So law enforcement is confident that this is not another recipes and victim. Well, the big reason that it's probably not is the time line just doesn't quite match up. So she went missing in nineteen Eighty-four from Manchester. According to what we know about rest nuisance time line. He was already in California by that time with Lisa. So he's already gone from New Hampshire when Liselott goes missing. And in terms of the connection to Elizabeth Evans the evidence that she existed comes from nineteen eighty so that's when the package. Was signed. I say and at that point Elizabeth Lama would have been like thirteen. Exactly, okay. On the case. Is there any we have any leads as to who was responsible for this or something that the Hennessy bureau education is is going to be handling is right now that they have an identity for the victim. They will probably look at this case again and bring more energy and focus to it. They've sent out their own press release in Tennessee, and they're asking for the public's help. If they have any information to let them know, and they would be the agency to investigate her death. Okay. Well, we we talked about emphasized six how the genetic genealogy that was pioneered in the bear case, you know, it's had all these ripple effects on all these other cold cases. But it's not just the science because this is an example of another ripple effect that that hasn't had anything to do with the work of Barbara Venter. We talk about extensively in the podcast. This is like just plain old tips coming in. Yeah. Well, it's a ripple effect in terms of the interest that the cases is generated folks looking into answers in this case have been turning answers to other cases, just through sheer coincidence. You know, sheer coincidence that Liz Lamont went missing at a similar timeframe s some of the other victims, and it's not the only other case that's been solved. There was a missing unidentified child abandoned at an airport that some people thought might have been somehow related to terrorism mucin in his trip across the country turns out that. Child abandoned in in a at an airport. Was this other woman who was adopted after being found in Idaho? And yeah, she, you know, she learned her name basically through because of the interest in work by citizens lose by web sleuths on the bear briefcase case, so yeah, here we are again with just like another ripple effect. Thanks jason. For know. What's going on? You bet. We'll continue to let you know. What's happening in the case, either in the form of these breaking news updates or if there is ever big enough breaking the case possibly with another full episode of bear brook. We really expect that is going to happen sometime in the near future. But you know, nothing is confirmed yet we're still waiting on details. And so we can't make any teas. But really do stay subscribed. We'll be back as soon as we've got some more to say, thanks.

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