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Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

32:23 min | 2 months ago

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"Doing it Nation. No matter how you're feeling about getting back out there, there's no denying, it's an adjustment. When the world gets too loud, something I love to do is create my own soundtrack, bipod in my rate on wireless earbuds now, doing it Nation, do you think I wrote that or do you think the ad people wrote that? We may never know. But you know what else? I agree with the sentiment sentiments sediments. I agree with the sentiment and the sentiment we're leaving it in to show, so it's not perfect Jenny. What is your what is your experience with Drake on wireless earbuds big? I'm glad you asked that Danny. Thank you. What a great question. Let me just say like when I'm about to go on stage and I'm needing to pump myself up and I want to put down by UGK front back side to side with former guess bungee. I always have to walk out on stage to that and I put in my raycons, I hate myself up plays on stage. I walk out if I am Have my raycon earbuds. Everything would fall apart. They're my everyday earbuds. I agree. And I have looked I do not have off the rack ear holes. I find that a lot of the earbuds. We use some of those name brand earbuds. You know and and see wines blah blah blah. Yeah they hurt my ears. The Reagan's tons of gel tips. A bit I get fit. Like I feel like a king. I feel like a lock attack, a wearable, the time, they last forever, 32 hour, battery life. And Jenny, do you suspect that? The earbud, like I just described would be like, twice the price of the premium audio Brands? You know, Danny one would think, but one would be wrong Parts. Raycon is half the price of all the other Fancy Pants once but twice as good. But what if someone works up by these and Ed, In the unlikely. In fact, I would even say impossible event. They weren't in one hundred percent happy, are they stuck with the earbuds? You know, what, what they are not. It's just like, when Michael Jordan retired and you know what he did? He changed his number from 23 to 45, and 45 is the amount of days. You have to keep your raycon earbuds. So the monkey that half a month-and-a-half to keep them but you will keep them because you will fall in. Love. Your ear, holes will fall in love. They fit so nicely and I am a bit of a diva about earbuds. Like I don't want to use certain ones because they hurt my ears. These are the first pair I've had that do not hurt my ears. I feel exactly the same way. So right now doing it listeners, doing it Nation. You can get 15% off your rate Kotter at 5 break on doing it. That's K. It's by reykon. Com slash authors. Save 15% on raikkonen's by Drake on. Com slash doing it. You will form a bond with these ear buds. You'll love your break on your boats more than you love your children. Absolutely break on, off and on and off guys I mean welcome to the revolution is all I can say it becomes more and more of a revolution. I feel like you know, because it is it's more of a revolution. Yeah. The revolution they used to say will be televised but yep. It'll be podcast stood. Now podcast devised. Well, that's better process works. I feel like we should probably make doing it Nation shirts. We definitely need some merch. You know, I know we're thinking about a live show. Assuming everybody is alive at some point and like, I've show. Yeah. And we'll, we'll have lots of doing it Nation merch. I also like the idea of having to do a nation card for people to carry so that they know like a card. Oh, yeah, like laminated. Yeah. Well, I mean, I recently saw this in the news that took a former president was trying to encourage his followers to carry a card. A trump card, I think is what it's called. Oh what a fun play on words, right? But we could do that way. We can get, we can do it. I mean and and and I mean, I get you out of traffic tickets, I would assume. Oh my God, to see the Judah Nation, it's like right away. So license and registration, you're like license birth. And then I have to say, I think my skin color gets me out of a lot of those things as well, but it's when you do this often the problem with doing your math and you're like, you know, who you look like has anyone ever told? Yeah, you look like a Jew. You know. Well look out today. You know a lot of we're going to do it. This is a I've heard other podcast described it as a minisode, but but I so I thought we should call ours an episode of an ebony. An ebony. It's an it's like a piffany but ephiny, which is also one of like it's close to a character. Lame is as I'm sure you know wage I'm not familiar with this is my sports, but I can tell you all about what's going on at training camp in the NFL. But if you'd like our page may be recorded. So like when I'm falling asleep later that will help. So we this is a guest free episode. What we wanted to check in with you in a nation, catch up on our stuff. We had a couple phenomenal guests coming up. I can't even. Yeah, we have we have some really really good ones coming up and we've had some really good ones. What I I was texting you in guy I got you're always, welcome to talk. Yeah, when we had Amanda Knox on like how amazing that was and then just recently reading all this stuff about this Stillwater movie that they took her story dead. Without her permission and not only that, like, the way that they kind of ended it apparently and I don't even give a shit that I'm spoiling this movie, because it is a friend, but it's like, God, they, it was, it was a validation. Like, they're call Amanda Knox, but it's so clearly based on. But it was a validation of all the doubt that was placed on her. Yeah, her carrot juice, like basically, they did the thing that the Italian authorities did and the British tabloids. Did they did she or didn't she? You could do it. Amanda Knox, story for sure, right. The story should be woman. Doesn't catch a fucking break. Yeah. Woman, you know, railroad, not this fucking but also if you're going to that story that individual Amanda Knox, this woman should be notified, and Beyond set. Be a consultant be like included. She had no idea. This was happening. We found out like when we found out. I mean like I I remember looking and I saw her name trending on Twitter it was like oh my God, everyone tended to the podcast, it was off its like clearly, it's about time we should have this should have happened with. So this should have happened with Natalie Maynes. It should happen with a billion other people. Why do they have it? Yeah, but I cannot, oh my God. We're blowing up right now, then I click on I'm like, oh my God, could she not catch a fucking break? Like how in the world did these Purdue like everyone to use her name? You know, when I saw what she wrote. I don't know if you read her. I did. He said like everything but particularly the Amanda Knox Scandal the you know she didn't do anything wrong. Stop using her name as the focal point. That's exactly it. I mean, we gotta stop doing this. I mean, it was like, I I thought about this a lot about like cuz I was just starting to write comedy in the nineties and I think about like dead. How we called the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Exactly. I did. And I made those jokes. Yeah, but it isn't. He was the person in power for him. I feel it was just like home again. I know the time was different. I know this didn't occur to anybody really except like her and her family. What? But now we just know better. So to do it, we have from that and it's not like but it's just it's such a. I mean, it's it's really remarkable. That's the way the word I can think of that. Something that we were totally fine with your watching late-night shows. You hear jokes and it's like, oh, yeah, I probably would laugh at that SNL do it like me to it and all of a sudden for whatever reason our eyes just are open now and we're going up. I'm mortified that I laughed at something where that I could make the blue dress, you know, like all the very cliche cheesy jokes and in coolant, wait, he was a present United States. She was an intern, what kind of power should like? Why are we dead? Ripping on this poor girl. I actually think I like to view this, though, as a real, this is a positive on some level because I, it's like, okay. So, for my generation age, Sixteen Candles, and it never occurred to white people. That long duck dong that, that character was going, was not only offensive, but was not make a whole generation of Asian American kids, their lives help. It didn't occur to us but now it has. And so it's like so now we want to it. So it's like, as long as Society, it's horrible that it happens but as long as Society changes, yeah, it's good that it changes and trust me I always tell my daughter is this what my one daughter who's a little bit of a social justice Warrior but he's smart in there. I said whether you know it or not in twenty years, the next generation is going to tell you and Generation Z. Oh my God, how could you have done that? And that's cool. Okay. Yeah, no. It's like, it's like that's a sign of progress. It's a. Yeah, big time. And I it's it's a big sign of progress. Also is people's ability to look within and go. I screwed up, like I was wrong and and I they're there's there's still plenty of people out there. That's like, oh, come on, get over it. When I was growing up, you know, like people to continuously, you know bring up like how bad their ship was instead of going. Yeah, but it's not that way anymore. It's this way now like I just touched it. Like how about the movie song man? I would say, I will say this about the movie Soul. Man. I thought that was horrible at the time. Like I thought it was like, actually, weirdly I, I knew it was offensive at the time. Yeah. But it was also like, it was just like, it was just like sheep. But yes, Amanda take. It was like no, it wasn't. It wasn't funny. Yeah. But you know. Yep. Also, like, but I don't know. There's so there's so much like the generation before us like and it was just, it was sort of a continuation. So you can't blame them, but was like a Breakfast at Tiffany's. Yeah, or you know, we loved by the way, we loved you know, Gone With the Wind is this huge classic? And then it's like, I know, North or pepper, they'll be just like she weren't even allowed to go to the Oscars, the win, her fucking award. It's off. That is absolutely insane positive side. It is, it does change fast. I mean, you think about in the past, you know, you have like two centuries of like this particular Behavior, then it's like, oh, let's maybe not do this one thing and so the fact that like in its changing quicker, it freaks out conservatives. Want them to stay the same, but I think it's like, okay. And if I get called on something I don't also. Also it's like I may not agree with it may not like wait to me in something. Who cares? It's yeah, it means something to you. It doesn't cost me anything. I don't like. Okay. Well if you like, I know you to be a good person. You know what I mean? It'd be a good for. Like, if we ever thought something we did was offencive. It would be terrible. It would cut me. I mean, like, wage is in and that's what's hard sometimes about like social media when you think of like somebody replies to a tweet and they read it in a completely different. Oh my God, it drives home, doesn't translate in your in your like I need to sit here and tell this person. That's not what I meant. This is what I'm and I'm going. Wait. Why am I even wasting my? I know I didn't mean anything by it. You took it the wrong way. Early on. I would I had a compulsion to explain every tweet. That was no, you understand. I'm coming from this particular point of view, right? But I'll have someone with the whole essay like dead. No in the joke either, I am making myself a buffoon or I'm punching at somebody who deserves. I know I'm real you know but it is the way they get. I don't know if I ever told you about when I had tweeted something and how many years ago and I I retweeted it like back in September or something but it was the Tweet was if you have like a weird obscure name don't arrogantly. Correct me. You know it's like your parents fuct you over that's on like you know and and it was based on something that I was seated next to a 98 like the daughter of this man that my ex-husband worked with and turning was Madison, we were at a charity thing and it said Madison like, right there and she was like, on her phone flipping her hair and I said, oh hi Madison, and she went, it's mad use song. Oh wow, and I was like, oh girl, I'm going to drown you in a bucket like don't talk to. It says Madison. That's how you you know like that's how you I wrote that tweet, based on that page. I retweeted it years later back in September. I was trending on Twitter and I'm like, this is Jenny. Oh I all people with all these weird names were calling a racist. Oh man, and I would like know that was based on a blonde, blue-eyed, white girl, named Madison mad, you suddenly and all I want to do is defend myself and I was like, God, I guess I have to let this go. But that would that was the one of the most upsetting things because I was first called racist. Based you have your problems for sure. I mean yeah, I have way more problems than racism. Just wasn't one of those things as far as I could tell, but that ate me alive. You know. It's like you don't want to be Miss excluded. It's lovely month. It's absolutely horrible. Know, I've had a, I had a lot and yeah, I mean, it's you and I both you want to tweet. You're making me want to look at a tweet about Georgia. The the like I've always wanted to do national public radio, but I think my name is too easy to say listen to the host on National Public Radio. It's it's fantastic. I've learned completely new names. I never knew. I swear I'm not being like it's just like when you listen to the credits just like well that's wild and and that's it and that's the funny part. But but people on Twitter on Google it. Oh oh. Oh so you think that's okay? So excuse me, you know, no pun joke about like, how deep Putin's dick was down. Donald Trump's throat and I was like, it was like, oh so now we're homophobic, I'm not being homophobic, I'm off, is so in love with him. I believe that homosexuals. Do not own Felicia. I think like I think it's like, that's something we can all share and enjoy and I got into this conversation. With it, but it was like he was like, and it was just like, it was, I have gay children. It's like enough. I do it. Like, it's like, I mean, I know there's I want fuck, you know, I didn't know, I will full-on have an orgy with eleven men right now. If you say bring it on and it would not be my first choice. Just proved my point. Two, o, you know, Badger fan. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, otter 69. Right? I can't believe I just wasted this much time reply for like getting into it with someone but you're just trying to clear your name and you're like, I'm clearing my name with who. Like, I know, I know like so true. And and the other thing is, if you don't respond most of the time, the attention span, especially over the last four years go by like, there was always going to be somebody else. There was always something else. They're just like leave it. It's like a game. I always say, you know, it's like look if Twitter weren't accurate portrayal in my Twitter or an accurate, portrayal of the World At Large. Bernie Sanders would be pressing the right now off of hundred percent and and and so I think when people are surprised, if you're just like in the way in the way that we criticize rightfully, so Republicans that are feeding off of this right-wing which is so much more damaging and they get all their information from Fox News and worse. Yeah, actually now it's news Max, Max and all of those things off but I do think there is a tendency for the for the left. And I am a liberal and, you know, hardcore liberal. But I think there is a tendency to think about Twitter off as an accurate representation of reality, as we know. And it is not, it just isn't I? There are times their issues. I really care about and I, I wish it were. But science does a dog. That out. So you have to kind of open up. That's like, yeah. Well, you know, it's like I was looking, you know, of course I look at Twitter every day and some things are just like this. Oh my God, I cannot believe how many people have zero science background and or like, you know, actively promoting something and like I was did you see like the Chet Hanks? Oh my God. I mean, is it dr. Seuss or is it apparently? Apparently I mean he is like aggressively like calling Covell from others offer flu and I'm like, I was texting with a friend of mine last night and she was like I have to give it to Tom and Rita like how in the world did they just like jobs that go, like all the things that you've never Tom Hanks or riddles and say anything know I ignored I just kind of smart home That's been their approach with old chat. I think they said, you know what, we got Colin. It's like, when they bring up general, just bring a pillow know. I'm sure they love Chad. And I'm like, but he's got his thing. He's, he's going to say, like, I could not love like Tom Hanks. I love them. I, you know, calling is one of the nicest like he disguise, but when you see, someone doing something like you're wrong. You can't. How can you say that? This is bullshit, you know, like your parents had covid-19 you, you know, like you you want to understand but then you're like, it's this is Twitter. What I'm going to reply to this guy. I I know I follow this conversation. They're like, are you following all these people who like, having our children on life support? Because they refuse to be nice, was a Delta wage is now hitting bids. It's like, it's like, you know, my daughter's a nurse and she said, yeah. First time we saw some kids in the ICU from like Dum Dums, who who refused to do this? I'm not talking about little like I'm talking about like him. We're old enough to get the vaccine even like your junior, high school kids who could definitely middle school kids. But when you have people in, like, I over the weekend, like I was talking to one of my friends that she was like saying her off, you know, somebody is anti-vax like dad's anti-vax. You know, like this is such a huge thing and I I can't believe I just blows my mind like that. People are not getting this know it off it does, and it's like you're doing it a nation. We want you to get back these. Doing it Nation, because we've got so many good episodes. We don't want to like now, you don't want to miss any of it. I want to say, okay, Jake we have a in the remaining time and I think we both have a lot since I've watched a bunch of stuff, but what have you? I think we need to talk. Let's transition from another guest. Okay, of the Box, show one Billy Corben who has an amazing Netflix. It's sort of a, a follow-up to Cocaine Cowboys the movie. He did several years ago and this is Cocaine Cowboys Kings of Miamisburg. It's a six-part series. You don't even I recommend watching all of them, but you actually don't even need to see the other ones to watch the different completely different story song is one of the best Storyteller like captivating. It is so fantastic. I I cannot recognize enough. No, he is such a genius at laying these things out. I mean,. He is really like, he's special and it's like he does. It's Magic to me. I don't know how he said. I don't know how he like finds a story, but Cocaine Cowboys, this song Kings of Miami. It follows these two guys who are just like from Rags to Riches to. I don't want to snow snow spoilers, but it's just an engine failure. Ride and and and and the resources they had and it, and the ways that you could manipulate law enforcement and then Justice. I mean how everybody's tied into it's it's spectacular and and Billy's no one knows like Miami more than Billy. Yeah, play Sweater Song on Instagram, but Instagram on both things. It's, I mean across the board, watch everything he's ever like, I could not love his work more, like I just think he's completely fascinating but off and he has, he is has the in on everything Miami, he just has a feel for that City and and he he it's so impressive, so that's impressive. I'm kind of in all of the guy because he also he knows how to stylize these things in a way that is not distracting right? And only It's it accentuates. The point of, like, whatever the tone of the documentary is, yeah. Just like it reinforces its message and storytelling and it helps just keeps it funny, and it keeps it dark. And I think that's one of my favorite things is, he has this ability to truly humanize everyone. Yeah, I'm taking something and going cocaine, you know, let's make this dark gritty and lets you know, really know. It's like he keeps it so genuine in this. Yeah, humor. There's there's there is, of course, I mean it's a real story, but it is the most humanized way of like documentary filmmaking. He's Truly one of the best out of it's like I say like my favorite films that have like a villain, are not the those movies where the villain is twirling their mustache, you know, my my boss literally like Mike. Myers are making fun of doctor evil. Yeah, but the best villains don't see themselves as villains. No, villains. Never do. They think of themselves? Surviving. It was what was so brilliant about? Breaking bad. That got lost sight of what he was doing and it's like, that's what's spectacular. And he he obviously into it since message, clearly and takes you through now, that's, that's a great, breaking bad as a great analogy too. Because, you know, when watching that you like you went on this journey with this can be a teacher in high school and you all of a sudden were like the moment. He was like, say my name, you know, at the end when he was, I am the danger. Yeah, and I'm like, I'm with them all of a sudden like I turned into him. But I don't know. It challenge you to keep rooting for him. Right? And it was like, oh, I want a route from running for what's wrong with me. It's like not like really and it's it's when were you when somebody could make something and they can make you pull for the bad guy. Oh, it's it's because you yeah, it's super impressive home. So Cocaine Cowboys Kings, Miami could not recommend that enough. I'm still super into White Lotus. There's one more left. I never want it to end, like it's coming back for another season know that and it's going to be a different. Like I read that it different cast if it Resort. Oh, wow. Yeah, like I guess that's what they're going to do with. It is like take different places and different groups of people off. My quiet is a brilliant. He's brilliant and and his dark comedy better than like my God. And it was like I was I wasn't sure like the last episode I was playing this game. I liked it but it's like he said he told me he's like everything that was described. He's like no it just made you nervous. It may be uncomfortable and it's right. He successfully made me uncomfortable, not last episode, actually tweeted with it was last week after I watched the week before I was like I've never seen a show that has made me more relaxed and more anxious at the same time I saw that and it's so perfect, the beautiful scenery like, oh my, that's the Four Seasons. Like I've Four Seasons on Big Island. I think that's the one in go. This is on Maui Maui, but they look exactly the same. So like, you know, my Maui for Thursday night's like I we shot the season finale at White Lotus Resort, I became friends with the guy who runs it, who is basically the analog of the Australian guy who's falling off the wagon. And, and we became friends and a couple like a year after we shot and he said, hey would you like to? I'm thinking about writing a little children's book for the Four Seasons that and as like what like a riding, which would be like dead. In every room with kids and they're sort things like a rhyming, dr. Seuss thing. I said he's like, yeah, make it rhyme. I haven't agreed. Say what? I need? Any like, I can't I can't really pay you, but you're welcome here. Anytime you want hook up. What should I take? Advantage of twice? And so I told I told the net this by my ex at the time, as I guess I gotta pay anything. It's like, she's like, well you know what do you think? And it's like, but they said, we can be anytime we want, she's like your fucking writing it sit down and we're did like, what room are y'all in like the pineapple, sweet? I'm getting whatever know he always, you know, he hooked us up. So it's like we got a disc, you know, we had to, you know, there were some things like he's but, you know, I've only done it twice but I was actually I caught I actually called him when I saw White Lotus it's like yeah. How come they didn't cast you for that part to keep watching? I don't want that fasting Park. He said what they did was? He said he was a baby. He's a brilliant. Businessman of birth. Like it was in the middle of Covent. We had the, we had the resort empty, basically, and so I thought it was like, a great available movie set in that, but like I said, I it looks exactly like the one on Big Island, the Four Seasons big I. Yeah, and I stayed. I stayed at that one before it at first. That's what I that's what I thought it was cuz it looked just like it. And my boss, you could Big Island. There's the surfing. You can't. Because there's all the fucking volcano rocks. Rocky. Yeah, that was like, oh, that. And then you told me oh no, that's the the Maui one watch something. It's just like, I don't want to give it away, but watching, like different groups of people when you have to, when you go on vacation and the things that go with vacation, which is you gotta take a shuttle down here. You need to get on the ferry. Exactly. And then you're like, oh, in here, all the other people saying here. Yeah. And you gotta make nice because why would you be rude? But everyone is such an ass. Everyone like, I forgot the actor. Who's who I tried his name? Who plays like the rich dick? Do the honeymoon? Yeah, because it was Jake Lacy. Yeah, spectacular. He plays the was written for like so awful and Steve Zahn is a fucking crazy. Like I've always liked Steve Zahn, but this part it's wow. It's so per. Let me ask you this cuz I was talking to a friend of mine about like, how much I love White Lotus. And then took my friend asked me this question and I realized I really couldn't answer it properly. Do you know all the characters names? You know what? That's funny. I don't have you ever like love to show up and you're like wait. What's that character's name with Steve zahn's character's name. I really don't know. I, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know who Jennifer Coolidge is wage. I know that I was like, I really and I had to dig deep and I'm like, wait, Steve zahn's daughter's, Olivia Olivia and then and then the the mixed-race girl. I can remember her name is rightfully, but it's not something like Dylan the, the employee with the long hair. He's right, true. I remembered. His like, I could only come up with Dylan and Olivia as much as I love that show. I couldn't remember the character names that happens a lot. Funny unless you're watching something like Ted lasso and you're like, well, we should wrap this up cuz I got, you know, I'm a busy. Anything else. You want to just give a quick shout-out to let's see. Oh, there's still some tickets, Sunday night Sacramento, I believe it's September 5th. I'll be opening featuring for a fortune feimster wage. Oh my God. Yeah, so you want to get tickets to that and I missed Jenny. I saw this weekend. She was great. I mean there were, I mean, the crowd was crazy. This weekend. It was I mean and trust me. You have to get there early. You gotta get these tickets in. Otherwise you're not going to get in. We had like we were at capacity this weekend, so he really wanted to capacity for comedians. Well, is there any other show you want to promote anything? I mean, I'm a couple things coming up, but I'll when they get closer, I'll talk about them. And I got some grinding coming up and I have anything to provoke. I do not just my Twitter. The guide e f, the guy DF. It's down to fuck without the chew. Yeah, he's just down for. He's just down, down fine. And you're at Jimmy Johnson high fives. You know, keep this. We've got them toenails, the guess we got coming up. We're going to blow your titties off. Yeah, you you may be pitiless after this next one. Anyway, thank you doing a nation. Thank you off. I love you. Danny love you, Jenny. Love you more guy. I got nothing back to you guys, and because,

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Mario mortgage okay. Now we're gonna come back. Great way guys one hundred percent. I don't taking me okay. Bones let's play never gonna get it. According to a recent online survey surprisingly men do this four times faster than women up for grabs twenty five bucks on the line for anyone on the show who gets it. And also angela minnesota and mario and austin amy come to you. I go ahead shower shower. According to a recent online surveys this four times faster than women. Oh that's interesting. I get in and get out. Yeah okay let's see. I don't think that'd be surprising. I think that's expected because i love you. Okay oh that's how you doing. Pretty good eddie. Yeah missed out on the surprising. And i would change my answer but what i had originally. I'm gonna go with. That is get dressed. Not so surprising. Though so i think i got it wrong. Morgan I think i would go with driving. Men dr four times faster than women. Because i'm not saying you're wrong because we let me get flagged for me bad drivers so maybe it's surprisingly drive faster than women. Well according to a recent online survey menderes four times faster than women say that. It's not driving morgan. You've been eliminated raimondo. You want to answer. I put respond to a tweet incorrect. You're up eddie. I'm out your new. It amy box. What did he say. Amy what did you say. I said showering showering is incorrect. Lunch boxes incorrect to ask. It's the right ballpark. Oh hug it does have to do with love. It's fallen love. According to a recent online survey men do this four times faster than women. What is it fall in love. On average men say they know they're falling in love after three days but women say they don't fall in love until date fourteen. Is that surprising to you. That's shocking because we're me for me. I've only ever been one person period so but again i'm i'm a little different in a little odd. Who said at first. I said i know relationship who said a first years adding me for sure. Amy when he proposed lunchbox Prime my wife now you you really honestly honestly have. No idea probably cried when you did it. Go again guys. I never cried at my wedding. I never cry. I cry relation. But i would assume my wife said i love you. Because that's how she got her claws in maybe all the dudes are i'm telling you. That's that's why it's not surprising to me. All the guys view emotional. We all act up. But we're so emotional. Your wedding dolly one hundred percent you did. We all saw lunch cry. Yes we do. There's no if you can produce one photo with me crying on my wedding photo. But we have three witnesses here. We saw it per box cry. I there's three the law you would go to jail but you're not an impartial jury. Of course you're going to say that to make. Oh the whole honestly don't care if people know whether you cried not you made up stories all right. We didn't make the story. We saw crystal telling what we saw angela. And mario both of you guys have some for anyway normally have prices if you don't win but i need to give these away today so you are in luck. I'm gonna give you guys each one hundred walmart photo gift card. All right both of you guys get one of those congratulations going on his nico moon. Congratulations getting hit a got me to thinking. There's a song for windows your birthday. There's a sound for win. It's new year's when you give me so. I came up with a little. Something for your brother goes like this. Congratulations old tie in. Congratulations own. I in nine a lot stronger than the one yard guy. So congratulations time and nah of so happy for. You can't wait to celebrate in person. Enjoy honey move. Is the bobby bones. Show this summer is going to be big. Now that everything's finally getting back to normal people beheading out for long overdue vacations and that means people play in best fiends like crazy. 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We're about two hours away. Well i'm glad you're on because we're gonna give you a chance to win a little prize here up for grabs a one hundred dollars walmart gift card wean exactly so we're gonna do country music. Who said it. our. Gosh i'm gonna give you a quote from a famous country music artist. You tell me who said it. I'll even give you some options. And the show will give their guests and then you can say whatever you want jamie okay. Great country music. Who said who said there will always be people who say. I ruined the country music. A toby keith. Be natalie maynes of the dixie chicks the chicks me. The chicks ckc. Musk graves de tyler hubbard of florida georgia line e sam. Hi it my goodness letters. Luke bryan those of your. You have six of them here. Again yes please. I shouldn't have read certain toby keith. Natalie maynes of the chicks. Casey must graves tyler hubbard of f. g. l. sam hunt or luke bryan. Who said there will always be people who say. I ruined the country music. All right. let's go over to amy. I you heard the options. I guess i'm gonna go with sam hunt. I don't know. I feel like maybe maybe an interview. At some point. He was asked about his music being different. And not resonating with some hard core country fans and that was his response lunchbox. Do you think it is. I went with the lead singer of the chicks natalie maynes. She made a comment about someone and they said are you ruined country music. Get out of here eddie. Who you think. I was gonna go natalie maynes too but the way she said. I don't think that's. I don't think she would talk like that. Only a great catching that quote. Thank you but so. I'm gonna go luke bryan just because maybe he feels a little bit but shaking and all that people are gonna think. I'm ruining country news. That's a great catch on the i. Guess if you're in a band you know. They say i did this. You didn't pick tyler hubbard. He's he's half of a band. But i the natalie management no i was like all i mean if he ruined it it's so became which they didn't. I like their music. Morgan i wanna come to you. Who said there will always be people who say. I ruined the country music. I've on the same pages eddie. I'm pretty sure it's brian okay. Jamie you've heard these forgive their answers they know nothing by accepting accepting know all these people you know them all. I don't think toby keith would say that the opposite true all right jamie talked me through this who you got here. I'm gonna go with brian. I had the most boat going because they voted or because you would have picked it man. I probably would have picked him also. Just i don't know him. But i feel like that might be something. He would say the quote. If i were to do the impression of the person doing it would go. There will always be people who say. I ruined country music shaky in an interview with the la times. He was defending his crossover. Hits shaka for me which purists hate but he thinks it's because they grew up in a different time he said. I'm a small town kid. Listen alan jackson. Nwea the beastie boys garth brooks my generation as far as being a country. Kid was the first to have this kind of music. That was integrated. Then i totally agree with napster was a game changer. For everyone and used to be where you live regionally is how you got your music for the most part. Once the internet happened new rules the end. Right jamie jamie. Who's your favorite artists and country music. Though ooh probably marina lambert have you seen miranda live. Yes hat amazing. Of course if you had to do a mount rushmore jamie. That's four favorite artists. It could be any any genre. Yeah so i'm assuming miranda's wanted them maranda gars nice probably reba. And can i pick willie nelson take it all right well. Congratulations stay on the line. We're going to get your gift card and thank you for listening to the show. Thank you so much that then five. Superfund facts that amy found. And we do it every friday here. We go number five so the pilot episode of loss was so expensive that the network president was fired for green-lighting the project estimated ten to fifteen million dollars was the most expensive pilot episode ever at the time. They spent ten million dollars on the pilot of that show ten to fourteen. I never got into it. But i understood that it was really really good. I just wanna. I wanted to get into it was too late. Yeah and it was the land of dvd's to honestly you couldn't stream it. I think i would. If i could streamed it but that first pilot is what got everyone watching you. Watch the pilot just the pilot and then i watched the first season. I'm like no. I'm i'm lost the title. What how. How much was the pilot of breaking bobby bones. Well luckily zero because they picked it up right to series so a pilot is the first episode. They do too. We finished it. Do we want to spend more money on it to make it a series and almost all shows do that. Luckily my pile was kind of being bear. Grylls same show on the network doing an adventure show and it got really good ratings and then i came up with the idea for breaking bobby bones created the show Yes zero dollars but the show is expensive. Don't get me wrong number. Four speaking of money the expression penny for your thoughts. I used in fifteen twenty two so if it's adjusted to inflation each thought would be worth about two dollars fifty cents now. Opinions work to fifty then. Zang ida stopped picked it up on the ground to fifty thoughts lunchbox not really a. You're a stopping pick up any time anywhere. I see a coin. I don't care if it's covered and stuff. I pick it up. You can wash it when you get home. If there's poop on it pick it up a penny penny penny penny closer to retirement. Everyone i pick up. I'm closer to retire. You just can't wait to not work anymore. I cannot wait. Man that is all i think about how i'm going to retire. Not work again really. Yeah you're looking forward to just being able to nothing like you guys. Don't look forward to doing nothing. I don't look forward to getting older. Well that's why. I want to retire sooner than later but i know pinks i get it. I get it all right next up to number three so the first. Ceo of apple. His name never know. Michael scott lawyer fun. Who is steve on the office. Yeah that is pretty funny number two so this is another interesting. Nasa plans on doing so just know that it is true. They want to do a deep probe of uranus in about ten years. Possibly how propound the most fun fact we've ever had. They're all right here. We go number one. Every british king or queen has a second birthday assigned to them. If they're real birthday isn't in the summer so they wanna make sure that there's to be good weather when they celebrate have their birthday parade like queen elizabeth her burr queen elizabeth. The seconds real birthday is in april but it had to move to june. Because that's when the weather is. I gave old kaelin the queen elizabeth this morning. That's what we call it if you stay in the bed and stuff brought to you. I'm a- so i gave her heated up by taco and took her a coffee. You go queen lists the person like she's always wake up super super early person. I've been waking up earlier than her. Now she's taking care of her. You're clean. I didn't say i i do try sometimes. Probably don't do as good as i should but Yeah gave her the queen elizabeth this morning. Sometimes she gives it to. She'd be like here. You go queen elizabeth. And she'll do this. I walk the coffee. Just put her hand up in the coffee in the cup shape of her hand in like insert the copier known fact. It's time for the good news An anonymous donor giving back a florida animal shelter which i love when people help animal shelters and so just a little back story you know. A bitcoin is crypto currencies. All digital there was one started as a joke called doj coin dog coin and it actually took off a little bit. If people made a lot of money with it. They bought it early for someone made a lot of money. Would those coin and they donated a ton of the shelter. And now the shelter's able to have more pets and actually help more pets get them adopted because of does coin which started as a joke. Interesting the woman put the donation at the daytona beach shelter. All with those coin. Turn it over to money. Gave him the money which is perfect for this place because they just took them forty two dogs from a fighting ring and they're like without this but it's funny does calling was a joke about dog coin and now it's helping dogs that's right it's a good story that's what it's all about. That was. tell me something good. Got this voicemail late last night. I ain't summit over somebody who is cheating on you that you currently have to live with because of financial situations. Yeah you Gt h asap. Get cow possible acronyms. Yeah you just have to their. Yes if financial and you can't move out that as a bird and you have to live with right now. That's that's life situation but you don't have to fake it you just say i know what's happening. I'm going to look for my way out and as soon as possible. You get out of that toxic situation and then do you have any friends or family. You can call on to help support you. During this time that would help expedite that process. J. d. joe. Sap that's why. I say. Get the heck out possible thank you. Don't go back to the loser either. There you go take advantage of an ear. Resistible new offer from hellofresh and hit refresh on your dinner routine get simple recipes and fresh preportion ingredients delivered right to your door. Contact free with more than twenty three delicious recipes from every week. Hellofresh has something everyone will enjoy for a limited time go to hellofresh dot com use the code bones ten for ten free meals including free shipping. America's number one meal kit. The code is bones. Ten for ten free meals at hellofresh dot com friday morning. Conversation with morris and ryan heard. Hello friends ryan. Your last song. I felt was extremely underserved. Did you know that. I appreciate you saying that. I feel like you have so many hits. And i think this next song that you're about to play for us is is the the one that does it well. I appreciate that a lot. You've always been. I mean my first song i ever released was call. We do us. It was like three or four years ago. And you were very supportive of that. And i love every other memory and it's just really hard to promote a song when you can't go promote it you know and so i i really do. I haven't even played that's on live. It's kind of odd to like have a single that you didn't even get to to play out but i'm really proud of it and i'm really i don't know i think making country music in nashville is its own. It's its own reward. And it's like the work i mean. I think you feel the same way. The work is its own reward so getting to make country music in nashville and also making music with man. This year is is kinda the two things that i am really really proud of an excited. So hopefully this song is is exactly what you just said. I feel to a bit and you could tell me if you feel differently that this song is basically after you have argued. What the empire when you were right on the last call meaning. Everybody knew everybody knows they messed up. The i'm nosey messed up. He's gonna make it up to this call regardless you know man i. I am really blessed to get to do what i do. And i've i've gotten to do everything in country music award show with mayor and have gotten to write hits for other people and see you know my name at the top of the charts a writer and so i have nothing to complain about and Honestly just the fact that we get to work together. This year is is just a massive for. I don't think we always imagine we'd do it. Someday it's kind of. It's feels strange that it's here now so i'm just really excited about all of it. Everything i get to do. I think at this point is a blessing also and morrison here. Hi mary instead of talking more. I think our audience would like to hear the new song played. And i have a bunch of questions about obviously but marianne morris is here with ryan her now ryan. This song here like what was was always going to be duet and was it always going to be married and this is a really long story on the song. We did not write this song. Our friends brindley and jerry flowers wrote the song. Jerry plays bass guitar for keith. Urban a incredible both of them are incredible writers and We i mean this song has been. I think every single artist in town has heard this song and held it and we were just lucky enough to get an opportunity to record it very a lot of times to get it right and yeah it's odd to be a songwriter nashville. Not sing a song that you wrote. But we're really proud of it. And what do you have to add. Well was it when you heard it. The first time was written as a duet it was not okay and we turned it into a duet. There's a version of marin that man has written on the we ended up like going back like taking a step back from that a lot of versions and it's actually like the demo of this song is really kind of famous on music row in is like writing circles and so i feel really really blessed that it fell to me and to us to get an opportunity to to put it out because it is such a special song. Here we go. Ryan heard with maron. Morris here is chasing after you you can go. Goan always catch me. Anna that strong. Then you out of staying non nine long in the new and then wake up with you on my stigmata william making me. Forgive the girl with you. The answers ow is every time you but no matter time to walk to you walk back. Man Flee feelin food every time you saying where it to you're on from don't you do. Kazaa love love threes Ryan heard merrin morris that is chasing after you. We're gonna comeback tv questions for you guys. I noticed you watch something. It was a lot of something and have many questions. You know ask about west wing well after the teas there we go. That's called ruining tease. Folks all right ryan and marissa. Ryen heard in maryland morris or here got a new song called chasing after you which is just fantastic. Congratulations on another great song ryan. Thank you great. I saw that you guys watched all seven seasons of west wing. Is that true. No did you watch the to ryan. Oh you did. Oh yeah it seems like a lot of time dedicated to a show that went away a long time ago. It's one of those things. Where like you've heard about this show for your entire life. But i was a kid when it came out so it probably would have been pretty boring for an eleven year old. You know so i. We watched the first episode just absolutely loved it and kept going it and you still thought it was good. After it was felt like today it was still good. It's still holds up. Absolutely the cast is great and you see so many cameos throughout the seven seasons of people that are now famous and it was their first part and it started in one thousand nine hundred nine. So it's really funny to watch the first season it looks so dated and But it's so smart. I love aaron sorkin. The writer he wrote like the social network and this show and so. It's just really really smart. And i love the. I love the score. It sounds like a disney channel original movie scores going along with this like really political dialogue but No it's just it warms my heart. It's one of those shows where you're like. I feel way better after watching that. I don't know it's something we would have washed. If we weren't at home all your. Yeah i well. I wanna acknowledge the accomplishment that something like that is because i tried west wing once i seven seasons but some some some seasons or six seven episodes right west wing as twenty two episodes a season which is one hundred fifty six episodes total. So that's yeah that yeltsin feel really good about that. A lot hours wasted wasted because it is a good show. It is a great show but no it was a lot of episodes per season and it came out at a time when there was not bio so i was looking and i think like the most viewers they had in one of their episodes for the first or the second season was like twenty million people which is like who watches the grammys now. But this was back. When you know you couldn't record stuff you had to watch it like as it was airing but it's so good we started it over. It was so good and started it over. Oh yeah the only show. I watch over and over again is the office and i watch it every night before i go to bed but i have some sort of comfortable with it and i can go to sleep. Not wonder there only two shows my whole life. I've been able to do that to the honeymooners. Because i've seen you know what that is like the old show. Jackie gleason from sixties. Because i knew every episode. Watch my grandma in the office. Because i go to sleep knowing what's going to happen. I'm not all poker going to wonder what's going to happen. Yeah but you also like your favorite episode scott's tots best even watch the first scene of that i get anxiety one time i. The television got stuck on scott's taught us having a melting. Speak about it so so cringing for those. That don't know it's an episode of the office or michael promises these kids when they're you know their first or second year in school. He's in a modern college and then he goes back to go. I can't afford it now but like in real life if that happened. That's like a legal case correct. I mean it has like fraud has to be something. That's like that. He ends up buying their books or something like do you all batteries for the class calculator for their computer and what i loved about it in the beginning he really felt like he he could take about. Take sixteen years to be this millionaire that he thought he was rich yet. There he had good intentions ryan's gonna like throws already anxious bothers me so much because the whole show is like based on that cringe factor like social situations. And does that someone in that episode. Say like michael. This is the worst thing you've ever done anyone's ever done any of the actors from the office. I did a radio. Ask brian a question on the radio. Once that's cool it was cool. I can met area. Death starstruck struck. Who's yeah and she was fantastic. That like the nicest issues. Like i'll do whatever you want. Whatever you want. She was super nice. You have you met any of them. I haven't no but did a cameo from someone from the west wing for ryan for chris from richard schiff. It was awesome. Tell me toby. What do you have him. Say to ryan and the cameo. She called he called me a or she told him. I was lovable. Curmudgeon toby toby and he said i don't know if that's something to aspire too but yeah he's like you should probably cut that out. We'll find it annoying. It was one of those fun things to get for christmas. It's hard to. I think we're getting to the point where it's like. We know each other so well like the fun part is finding like special things. That aren't like have nothing to do with money that you can do for the other person for holidays and stuff and that was like definitely the best christmas present. Well it wasn't free but so Ryan heard marianne morris new song chasing after you. They did it together. It's a great song. I love you both. Thank you guys for coming in. Thank you shut. Shut out your producer slash. I'm a guitar player and producer teddy and he produced this with my friend. Aaron who i grew up with. And we're teddy actually doesn't office quote before every show in our little Get together so all office everywhere job. All right there they are more. It's time for the good news. Kristen walker was getting gas down in moody alabama. When she had two kids in the car and she's pumping gas. Someone walks up with a gun pulls out says back away. I'm taking the car. While her nine year old son sees the guy with a gun and was like oh something bad about to happen he jumps out of the car. Runs around is able to unbuckle his five year. Old sister before they steal the car o. Wow so he didn't save the car but he knew they were about to get in and take the car and he jumped out and unbuckled his five year. Old sister and saved drove away. Shout ethan walker. Nine year old hero. Wow that is crazy. That's a great story. They caught the folks they did. They call them later in mississippi. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good though what was the best thing before sliced bread. Why does quicksand works so slowly. Is it possible to plan surprise party for a psychic question. Everything hyundai did it's how they came up with the new ideas and thinking needed to create the all new totally reimagined tucson. Their best tucson ever questions like just how can you make an infotainment screen in the tucson. The answer turned out to be a huge ten and a quarter inches wide or can be a spare key. Utilizing the tucson's digital key technology. The answer is a resounding. Yes better yet. You can share it with up to three people in. 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Well then he must like my cliqueish here. Do you think quick-witted no not really. I wouldn't categorize I think you're funny dome. Yeah yeah. I think he's funny. I just wonder what how your husband to find your humor. You're not sarcastic really. I can be can we all can be okay so i just randomly. Funding is what you're saying that i just get lucky. You're very random lucky but you're very good at being like i never know what you're going to say okay then. I guess i'm random. Which i see as quick-witted well we'll have our nation Yeah and. I know that a lot of people wouldn't know this about him but he's he's funny too which is hard. I don't know guy. No know i like him. He doesn't show a lot of people that side. I don't think i've ever laugh at anything. He's ever said that because he doesn't say of you now i'd say he's got a really dry sense of humor that he doesn't let a lot of people see he's got a dry quiet. Hit by the way. Not a slide right. I know even. I'm surprised sometimes when i laugh because i'm like i forget your funny while studies show women truly care about humor. They consider it an extremely attractive quality. shayna in nashville is on. Hey how are you what's going on. Hey good morning thirty. Oh i am moving from nashville to nebraska. I have no family there. And i was just wondering if you had any advice for someone moving themselves. I've done that before. I've moved to a place. I didn't know a single soul and my first vice would be that when you're feeling low overwhelmed and lonely. That's absolutely okay and that's normal so don't feel like you're isolated in this because anyone that goes through this goes through a really tough time however everyone that goes through this most of myself clue myself in this you end up growing from it and either loving it so much because you went through something difficult learn from it made new friends or you go. You know what. This just wasn't for me like i finally learned what i don't wanna do go here so i'm gonna tell you you're gonna it's just gonna be a great experience for your life if you could find a place volunteer a little bit. You'll meet like minded people church. If you go to church you'll meet like minded people. It's all about meeting people that have the same The same social interests that you do so yeah or even if you have a favorite workout you like to do like. When i met my friend at the gym i just went up to her. Yeah and then. We ended up liking yoga. And we would go do that together and met more people and then once you meet one person you might meet some of their friends and then it's a slow process. You're going to love yourself for it but it will take a second and don't feel overwhelmed when it's not going your way at first because you go to all the new channels weird and the news anchors lynn. Funny the people on the radio or stupid because you don't know their stories yet but it's going to be awesome and people in nebraska stupor. Nice shayna so good luck. Let's go to amy and get the morning corny and here. We have morning corny. What are king kong's favorite cookies. King kong's favorite cookies chocolate chip champ. No no no no. That was morning gordon. Another one go ahead. that's what i mean. Where does the dog keep its car or does. The dog keeps his car in a parking lot. Okay okay okay guys. They can't all be when we thought your wet would bones. What's up y'all it's brett young here. Hey bobby everybody gave me advice. And i don't think that's what you need. I think what you need is congratulations. I'm proud of you. I'm happy for you and good luck. You got it all dowd in. You got a good woman. All you gotta do is keep figuring it out. You never know everything. There's always something new around the corner but the most important thing is you got her. She's yours and congratulations. It's the bobby bones. Show sometimes when an artist comes in our studio we joe how much it costs for them to comply at our house and they never really give us an answer or they go this humanity for free so we never really have that. So i've done some digging around call a bunch of my friends agent friends okay booking friends and asked how much it would actually cost a higher these artists now. These are the most recent numbers i could find but i've ranked them into different tiers that are about Six tiers or so and go with the lower tier. I okay the first range. This is for one event for them to come play for an hour. one event. it's forty to seventy five thousand dollars. Okay a lot of money. He's the three artists for forty thousand. Seventy five thousand will come to your house like what. What scale is that. You think who is eddie. A forty thousand. I mean that'd be a be like they've got to have hits like like Randy houser You know leib rice. Dustin lynch is in this next here. Donnie maddie and tae and the oakridge boys. Oh wow there in that tier of forty to seventy five thousand. Now go up now. The hundred one hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year just to get onto. Come them play by themselves. Your house dan shea a c. I bet you they're a little more expensive now. I would think with bud last the last numbers. I have cole swindell. You should a standing around and old dominion you two hundred thousand bucks. You can get any of those three games. Negotiable everything's negotiable. Are we talking full concert three song when hour an full set. We'll call the next up around two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. You can get this little big town or our buddy jake. Owen song things bad needed. I can't change. The law was or bread. Eldredge than your shoe terrific thousand. Which one of them would you hire. I would probably do little big town really feel like it's better bang for my buck because i'm paying for people next up. The half million dollars here is better. Be you big stars. You got a half million dollars to come to your house to play brooks come on here. You go reba. Alan jackson under on the chad sudan. Sam hunt based off. You know it's not just some number people make up. It's based off what people will pay normally like if we sell this many tickets at this price that makes this much money. So that artists makes this and the more ticket yourself have higher rate. Goes the more tickets you sell it higher price so sam hunt sells like crazy. Amazing okay is. There are two more tiers. The other two more gets more expensive. Yeah this is a seven fifty to one million dollars. Kenny chesney society. Say luke bryan sir and miranda lambert. You need to be like one of those middle eastern billionaire loyal guys. Jeez finally we have more terrorist. Here one this is the gotta have over a million dollars and if you have to ask. You can't afford them that here. Oh boy all right ed. Who'd he thinks in this tier garth brooks for sure garth brooks lewis landed j. roofs and done. I don't know their price. But they're not in this mcgraw. No you missing a big one here. I think tim is probably not last here with chesney. You're missing someone. If garth who's who's who's equal to guard george strait. Are you go alberto morning from san tall one more. It's a female. Gotcha your dolly. No younger younger. Carrie underwood now young Probably not as expensive as this person is biggest stars. You can get right now. Mayor and morris no going backwards. What do they taylor swift. Taylor put it out there this whole list because if you're looking for somebody to get them over. Christmas has everything you can have a concert with mattie and tape for only fifty thousand dollars how many of these private shows you'd think they do like a year not privates not many. But i'm talking about this is basically what costs to chart for them to go play anywhere like if they're gonna play if you're just ask them to come players town that's how much basically it can be cheaper. If let's say you gotta show they're gonna fly you. They're privately they're going to You're gonna you're gonna play. Just acoustic happened to pay a band. But again if you're gonna play an amphitheater this is about what it would cost. Imagine waking up going to work and be like i'm gonna make a million today. Let me go play. Show pretty good. Imagine all right moms and dads. I know we all need a little fun. This summer and chucky cheese is offering. You adjust that the chucky cheese summer fun pass offers parents new ways to save every time they visit chuckie cheese starting at only thirty nine ninety nine the summer fun pass offers weekly game play and e tickets and other great perks you can save up to seventy five percent so if you're looking for weekly fun for the family this summer for one low price then you gotta go. Just download the chucky cheese mobile app by your pass and play all summer long. See the website or store for details limited time in participating locations only terms and conditions apply see website for details on the phone is manny in north carolina. Manny how are you. Are you doing pretty good. What can i help you with my fiance at the moment. Okay go ahead. i will turn in One on sunday and you know part of me one year old birthday party. She's not going to remember it. there's another part of me that you know can only turn one one set of budget for the party and you know things start adding up this gets added. We need a smash cake we balloon. Coaster streamers everything and we've really been at each other sprouts last I'd say about two weeks She wants to make it memorable with lots of pictures and stuff and could use some advice that the which way to go get an interesting situation because obviously the one year old is not going to know what's going on right but it's important to your fiance and you're right. You only get one when your party. Do you have been momeni. I've got cash pay pal. Okay what are you talking about. What was your budget for this thing. I originally started it three hundred dollars. Okay and what does she want. What does she want to spend fully. He she wants to up it to five hundred So that we can. She's got a lady. That does some some custom cakes the theme unicorns and try cake idea that she wants to do and You know understand the smash cake take good pictures But there's i she wants to budget be five hundred so we can get the special cake. Tell you what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna giving mood. I'm going to send you two hundred bucks on on cash app. Whatever and on me you and have a big birthday party all my gosh now. Normally i would say you come to some sort of in the middle east that budget in the middle. It's important to her more so than the one year. Old one year won't remember it but it's important to the family in general however i'm just gonna put you on hold. Get your your username. And i'll just you two hundred bucks. But here's what i want manny. I want pictures of this party. I want you to send to see smash cake all over her head. I want the whole thing. Okay oh my god. Thank you so much i want. You just have a heck a- party and tell your fiance and just let her know that you know it's all about her. You don't even have to tell her it's for me you can say you know what i'm into it so have party on me. Stay on hold and we'll be able to get your information. Okay thank you man. You talk to you soon. Don't go anywhere party there. You go see come on. I can't do come on. You saved him in. I and if i can save one person. That's one more person that wasn't safe now. Let me do ricky. Who's a truck driver in georgia. He left a voicemail last night. Here you go. I'm owner skating now. If somebody start asking me for money try answer any of this or quit quick. Hello john find a terrorist relationship. I don't know. I'm miller texting asking a question that they are taking advantage of the on that. Thank you very much. Good morning studios more. If you're on a dating app someone asks you for money. Get off the conversation with that person. The end as probably not even who you're talking to you're talking to somebody. Maybe even in another country chuck you. You think it's sarah. But it's chuck in whitey tidies enor- ios grow. He's got nine at the same time. Morgan what would you advise ricky. Would you tell them. Yeah far away from that. If somebody wants money from you run far away dating at yes okay. I've oh yeah. I mean but also you know if you're you go out on a date and they also asked for money. I run from not do ricky. Run as hard as fast as you can. It's time for the good news with amy. It's a little girl named eva. With spina bifida was told by doctors she would never walk basically the paralyzed. Not possible was. She has defied all odds. And how she's walking. And she's unstoppable and her mom is just so happy and proud. I've got clip. You know. I remember the first time. She sat up by herself first. Time sheet follow the person. She held her bottle. And i cried and i was just so overwhelmed that i can literally like. I didn't even know how to react to feel. I was just like oh my gosh. I couldn't even shed a tear so excited commodity girl come on job. So this is a little girl that she's had more surgeries than you can even imagine her first surgery. She actually was still in her her mother's womb at the time so shout out to asia. Yeah shoutout to asia that israel strength man. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Let's go over. And talk to. Sean in tennessee sean. Welcome to the show. What's going on. Hi my gosh. are you guys doing pretty good. What's happening awesome Not a whole lot. I just had a question for you guys. You guys get up at the crack of dawn every day and i was wondering i struggle with this oversleeping. I didn't know if any of you guys ever oversleep talk about it so you must have some good workers there. Bobby i will say yes i do. Yeah we wake up early. You know three forty five for me. And i try to come in and be in decent shape when the show starts meaning mentally not always some takes a little bit but Eddie want to fill this one we've definitely overslept. I've definitely overslept many times. And i always frustrated me was that i would get in trouble and bobby was thing would be if you're late. Don't even come in so don't even bother coming in if you're going to be late and i get it but it was so frustrating to me because it's like i didn't mean to be late i didn't mean to wake of late. Never once that. I say i'm just gonna show up late today and it was a terrible feeling when you wake up in the clock says like via work right now or you get woken up by someone like lunchbox someone in the in the glass room calling you. Where are you. It's terrible terrible field. How long has it been since you overslept. Oh gosh what four years. That's my point five years. Maybe you've been trained out of that. Yes early to everything now because of you and it's pretty annoying. No it's pretty awesome amazing to people because they feel like you respect them like oh going to show up on time yes so i nobody on the show. Knock on wood. Pez overslept and missed the show. In years it's been a while Years up on but we appreciate that call and ask him that shana you. So what time do you wake up in the morning. Six o'clock i have three kids. I have to get ready every day. So it is a struggle daily to get through the case thank you. I wanted to shout out to I wanted to shout out to my Now thirteen year. Old is birthday was last week and i tried to call and couldn't get through. He loves raymond though. And if raymundo to give a shout out to my thirteen year old. I promise him that would make his whole year standby raimondo. Shut up what little thirteen year. Old your name. She didn't say no okay. Today is april twenty eight th twenty twenty one. Why in our for pfizer. 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Levin he lives in a pineapple under the sea. Correct morgan which bird can learn to mimic human speech apparent. Correct draw on the the second round. Breezy next up amy little harder but still heart all the sun in which direction it sets. You don't know that i do. It's easy trivia. So it's easy to get messed up but it's the west. Is that you answer. yes correct. Watch box how many inches or in a foot. That'd be twelve correct eddie. Among how many states make up the contiguous united states excuse me how many states make contiguous united states like the original. Oh like the regular united states. Not like what are you talking about. I don't know. I have no idea what this question means. Oh i don't think he gets help. No yeah how. Many states make up the contiguous united states. So like maybe the ones that are all together not like hawaiian alaska or are we talking territories the rico in an answer. Oh gosh let's just go with forty eight threat morgan. What comes after a million and a billion trillion correct. Everybody's ended an extra show all surviving. All right. you guys got to stop at the possum play. Yes no not possum okay amy. What did the three states of matter. I don't know that the liquid solid air. You have to answer a question. Not say is this. What is your answer. I don't know the correct terms but liquid solid air air. Mike why it's not the same Sorry it's solid liquid gas. I'm sorry you've been a whatever faming only three let's box. What's the name for the holes on the moon surface in the moon. Surface craters correct eddie. What's bird that lives in. Oregon cannot fly. Oh that's penguin correct morgan. What's the nearest planet to the sun earth contiguous even get it right. What do you think to order the planets. If you just had to guess on the planet. I don't even from the sun go ahead. I earth k. second jupiter okay. Good next batters gina. Y'all nailed it except none of them is mercury. Venus mars jupiter saturn uranus neptune pluto the door planet. Yes oh yeah and the show is show. I just thought of that morgan. You've been eliminated lunchbox. Maybe hasn't make you feel that you've lost her and she talks broke out. I planet well to be fair. I just i was trying not to spend too much. I think eventually come around to gas. But i'm i'm also annoyed. Sometimes when lunchbox does it. So i'm trying not to do it why it's all me. Everybody does know you play possibly not pasta house. It's the boy who cried wolf with that. Maybe sometimes you are struggling. But so many times. You're not how many continents are there in the world lunchbox seven any what kind of shape is a stop sign. What's the shape octagon correct. What do you call a baby lion lunchbox a what a baby lion different than a lion. A come correct who founded microsoft. That would be bill gates correct or down to to get a little harder now. How many colors are there in the rainbow roy g bill. You've isn't that how red blue green yellow. what is the. What is the violent five. The answer is seven. Roy is red. Orange yellow g green is blue indigo violet eddie. For the win. Come on who is credited with discovering you'd like trysofi are they gonna say america electricity would way. Lightbulb is thomas edison. I was going to say thomas edison. That's take your time. A little bit Benjamin franklin because the the kite. Benjamin franklin is correct winning out the smartest one of the group. Yes i've won at. You know why we'll say though it's harder bean fast at it and not doing questions like that makes it harder okay. Congratulations show. This story comes with us from tucson arizona. A fifty year old guy thought. I'm going to go gamble at the casino night. Goes on the computer prints out some one hundred dollar bills print print print goes into the casino. Blackjack fake one hundred dollar. Bill and that fake money that they don't kid around with that. No there's no like. Oh that's okay you don't do it again. It will be. Oh you in trouble for that. Yeah if you're going to go somewhere where they're going to look at it. Let's go to the gas station. Get changed and then go to the casino man. They still hold that up to the light. Yeah but i would challenge the gas station. Clark more than i would challenge bonehead story today to sig bat the week but that they go to know pretty good you. Mom hit a lottery seventy eight thousand dollar jackpot because she forgot how old are kid. Was you know how you pick on years and dates and stuff. A she wants seventy eight thousand dollars because she forgot how old one of her kids wasn't played. The wrong number. One of her kids recently turned twenty but she forgot she used one thousand nine hundred numbers. And that's what hit seventy eight thousand dollars. Wow congratulations to her. Thank you have a great weekend. We'll see a monday to bob bos calling on. My mom is out there. Are you looking for a summer of fun. 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"Three oh actually was listening to my recording. As into josh for the last episode and i it just sounds so insane just to hear me with no music going separate. Let's say let's get the stems from this episode. Going through job gotta get stems giving dale dams. I eat it all from the seeds to the team. Welcome back by three them the show. Yeah welcome back to it. Whoever's listening for free if you go if you're listening you better have listened before if you're a new listener go back. It'd be lost honestly. Would you be lost or would you just be like you'd probably be like. Oh there's a new story you would think every new. I think it'd be like why is this fun. I think you would be confused as to why someone recommended it to you. And i think you would realize life is finite and you have better things to do but well if that's you and you fit the bucks and please stay if you fit the box. Please stay shaming do you. If you're if you're one of those boxy droids from star wars. Yeah guy who looked like a box. Vh dash ten thirty three. I don't know i tried to play school. The best end to any pilot ever the show. Prophet oh yeah aznar. The best ending of any television. This tv show ran three episodes and the end of the third episode or the end of the iran. A whole season. Do you run all season. Yeah it's something yanked up pretty quick the pilot. this is what i heard. Well before you talk about the end you gotta talk about like the beginning and the middle it and who started in. Who's on an gina. John and who knows who. I don't remember anything about it except exce well. He's he's incest he no he Insist czar is a scheming businessman. Who is he troll of. Everybody is always. You know he's super-rich money money money. I left my suits. And no it was cancelled after three episodes. My gosh but he. So he's scheming rich guy right and to give him some humanity at a certain point in the middle of the show. Why are you such an. How'd you turn out this way. And he's like because. When i grew up i had nothing. I grew up on the streets. I delivered in a cardboard box with my family and ever since that day i decided i was never gonna return to those days again. Everyone's like okay. Whatever standard characterization and then at the end of the characters at the end of the episode finally does some like really evil shocking thing to someone. And then he goes home to his penthouse strips off all his clothes and his entire penthouse's bare except for a cardboard box and then he jumps into it naked and goes to sleep in do swimming pool and just so fun. So good mom adrian off you guys. Adrian pez dr of course the subject of gas lighter by the chicks. Oh because that's her. Natalie maynes his ex husbands right house build lider gas slider that that'd be terrible to have a song written about. You wouldn't it if it was negative for sure. There are so there was a song written about me. I love your muscular body. And i was like and you wrote the song. Slating is being overused because i feel like i'm hearing it for every situation under the sun. Yes yes and then i saw. There's a new show called gas slit or something that you know people jumping. He's words. oh yes jump on. Richard's these words these were about your recovery. What recovery imagine someone having to look it up. Someone knowing who michael richards is. Where my dear boy did you watch the friends reunion. Were you right. I did watch it i did you. Oh i haven't seen it no now yet You know i was really excited to sit down and watch it. And i was pretty excited when i saw that. It was two hours long But yeah overall. I enjoyed a lot of things about it. I did get depressed afterwards. Oh really young kind of not getting a lot of nostalgia is just like remember when i was young and everything was. It was so focused on just remembering it as opposed to. I don't know. I guess i don't know what i thought would be but i i. It made me feel kind of sad and then i was like wow. It's been seventeen years. I don't know it was just like. I don't think i i was like i'm old but i was kind of like. Wow that felt like A lot of time has passed. And i felt like i was like seeing until their psyches and it was just like a lot right do you. What was it mainly like them. Just kind of going down memory lane. James corden asking what about this. What about it wasn't just the james corden stuff which i was happy about like a lot of time. When they first arrived at the actual studio they used to tape at at a recreation of the set i think they spent a whole day there at least one or two days there and they kept inner cutting stuff but presentations. They reenacted screwed. They reread scripts. They played games that they played on the show. All that kind of without james corden because the team's cordray there wasn't a lot of meat on that bone. I thought i agree. But i i didn't. I didn't either to be like a fashion show with. Justin bieber is so interesting. Here's my theory body. Runway fashion show up like highlight cara levin like doing these proffered. Cindy crop. Doing friends costumes and stuff like that. But here's my theory. Is that when you to get the friends reunion. They had to pay those six people. An inordinate amount of money and once you have that amount of well. They haven't been working since but once you have money sunk into something you have to start hedging your bets everywhere. And that's where the lady gaga of it in the seattle s. No you don't need any of that stuff. But once they spent all that money they're like we better put in this for ten seconds. Otherwise we won't get the bt spam actually actually like the part where they just talked to fans who had gone through normal fans and friends was a showed. They watched when they were going through something hard and that made me cry. And i thought lisa kudrow was fantastic and she seems really down to earth and matt leblanc seems really down to earth. I mean they all they all seem fine but it was just like i think i wanted more of just them talking and and just a conversation. That's stuff all that much because in front of a live audience. You're putting on a show instead of yeah like talking. You know you liked when they would be like. Oh do you remember this. And someone's like oh not really like when they were just like hanging out those more interesting to me than say. Do you remember this. The other person would say oh not really feel like they like talking about if they've watched the show and some of them have never really seen it and like i which i liked how they showed the clips but then i think i think that's what made me feel kind of sad was like seeing the clips and then like seeing them talk about them and then they also said that they haven't been they have gotten in the same room since then and i was really you were i think two of them probably moved to new york or whatever or one of them. You know what i mean. So it's like all six having been in the same room time though forever dean year there would be some sort of informal like. Hey let's get let's get together whenever someone feel like at ten year reunion would have made sense. Yeah privately privately. Publicly seventeen is good publicly. I was like why not twenty. Why are we doing seventeen. Wait until you're in the ground because the movie seventeen again get buried next to each other. Perry was an honor. I like movies where people become young again. I wanna see. I wanna see if i can guess what was in the friends fashion show. How what what's let's do friends trivia. First of all so podcast. What was in the french fashion show. I want to say they recreated when the outfit win joey war. All of chandler's close yes. It's the big. But he. Joey actually put it on not not in metal block. Put it on okay. He disappeared from the stage. He like he and no one saw him get off stage and then he put that on secret. There's no way that they didn't see him. Get up. I don't know matthew. Matthew buried snuck off several times during the show to lose just left. he's not he's marketing sweatshirts. I posted this on twitter on instagram. I somehow got on this mailing for it's just like famous people merch and the people listed. Were matthew perry pudi pie. The weasley twins from harry potter post this. I didn't know if that was real. Yeah it was real. It was real and matthew perry has merch has some merch line. That's i guess. He participates in because he gets that he must get some of the meteorology matthew berry merge. It's like oh yeah. He's like modeling it on instagram. Yeah there's any more of a t-shirt yeah. Yeah yeah it's all that it's all could this blank blank blank and it was really weird and by the way we should sell those three to one can be any more of a shirt. Do you think we would get in trouble. Do you think we would court. Who could sue us. But no one owns that. Paul keep guessing the fashion. 'cause you were. You're good already. The the leather pants ross's leather pants cindy craft which is like when it's a beautiful woman. It was a beautiful woman wearing leather pants. Instead sake dorky guy wearing. Maybe i will watch this now. Well it's kind of what made the fashion show kind of weird because it's like hot women doing and then like they had justin bieber. Okay we'll keep them like. She's just wearing leather pants. It's not yeah if anything they were slightly ill fitting leather pants. 'cause they were like four a man. Okay give them credit for that The you know the princess laya sleeve outfit with that in their tissue. I'm out of friends about. I can't i can't even remember what the other three were thinking about. Halloween or holiday related costumes. So there's an episode. Where russ is dressed up for halloween a dinosaur or no. He was the hanukkah animal. You're getting close. Though is for christmas episode. There was rock christmas episode. He it was. Sean penn or whatever was in out is that right. Yeah because he was. Because sean penn was there and i had to come in dressed as a blank. I saw god damn ed. He was like a. It was like a furry animal right. Well this is a separate. We're talking about two different things. The right one. i'm trying to lead you with is where he was like. I had to come in dress as a it was a pun. It was a space gun using a food and an object anyways. Sputnik spahis address. I take. I don't remember that at all okay. And then he was the hanukkah armadillo or whatever pillow caribe levin came out and just became the potato. And you know what it is just too many things. I don't need this level of distraction. I wanna watch the friends talk. Yes but they're afraid that teenagers will not watch it unless but it's like get over at like acid. Do they advertise. Those people word of mouth gets around one checkout justin bieber in this version show speaker anything but he just danced. Here's my here's my theory about about network television shows doing halloween episodes. Yeah is more more more and more and more. It's really fun for the costume department. It's really fun for them to make these elaborate things and it always whenever anyone shows up in one of these things. I'm like this. If any of my friends did something this involved they would have like. It would be more involved in anything but every single person in the show is doing something that involved in it always takes me out of the scene. It's funny because it's like no one would ever just show a wig. They had it laying around. I'm thrift store. I put on an afro seventies bell-bottoms. Hello hello i wish with restore put on an afro and seventies bell-bottoms. Hello and merry christmas. I feel like but i think like most shows that would do a halloween episode. Like that would be more for kids. Wouldn't they like shows like community and everything and all of all of them they all do these these sixty minutes lesley stahl leaning stop watch too much embarrassed. He is is mike whilst stop watch wasim. Hey i wanna see some people wearing this halloween. We saw them. If it it has a face. If you do not say save this idea for the next few months and be the stop watch. You are failing us. Be stop or fail as yoda say. I really haven't planned halloween costume in ages. And used to be such a bummer. Because i wait until the day of and then before halloween superstores were all the rage and they were open year round. You'd have to try to find something at a store. And they would be all sold out. And then you'd have to go to a thrift store there'd be like a guy outside the star going. Come on in we got. We got halloween costumes. And then you get to the front and there'd be a line because it was all a bunch of guys like me who had wait till the last minute they looked exactly like you. Yes it was your head and you'd approach and the guy would like look you up and down and go okay. Let's see we got we got some army fatigues probably in the what's it. Where were they helping you. Because they're trying to sell thrift store clothes. That has to do with halloween piece together. Your business lady. You're a dead guy. Okay now you're all right. I when i moved to la. Like i was kind of shocked. By how many halloween stores there are many. There's so many. It was good for when i was doing sketch because they know anything. Which is i know where to go. I used to live right down the street from one and constantly just in there like buying a makeup for like videos i was making and then just catch the year personal videos wearing makeup lauren. What you're trying to say picture. You joker makeup and jerking off seriously. I'm picturing science watch over and over again and no one is doing you walk into the store. I'm doing another one. My videos cds as more clown. White cloud did sued to superstar overdue halloween episode. Should've yeah i bet they did. They must've here. Let's look it up. Superstar halloween episode. Oh wait. I can't just say something allowed enterprise right at four different screens. I have something to ask about star. Trek and i know this is not the pod directive and that's right but listen to the pod directive the other thing is i'm sure this is well trod territory but it comes up every episode. Why are there no seat belts. That is wtt. And i don't know the answer except that they're in space. Well how about on reality recap game. Garcia was not wearing the back seat. And i took a lot of people on reality. Tv don't wear a cpa there in the back seat of a car. I don't like that. did you say garson car sell. Who's that she's one of the real housewives of wear beverly hills. That's where i have. A lot of halloween superstore episodes. Apparently okay. well then that would be stupid. There's one where colton is where. I i think he's from coming to america and Someone's abi with a question. Mark on their body means there's a lot of thinking. A mark mckinney is a cowardly lion type. America org looking for cowardly a this. One actually is a little more realistic. I feel like other than cold and like holdings's too well well-made i think but everyone else looks appropriately handmade. I feel it would be fun to see more handmade costumes on halloween episodes. Yeah it was real shitty ones just terribly shitty on. Tv production value forget talent. Sem wanna lick it lick. The people are real and they did it themselves. I wanna i wanna talk trash your trash eurotrash. Okay there's one where someone a cowboys. Someone's sexy red riding hood coldness indiana jones and mark mckinney. Is a chef gun to your head. Could you name a fourth superstar cast member. No there's What's her name Laura nash okay there we go. There's going away from your head. Now there's lauren. There's colton america. There's mark mckinney now. There's the guy there's the guy from madman that's don't ban. Don't know his name. Ben feldman great guy supposedly by all accounts. No didn't actually. No one has ever said that to me. So i have no idea if something comes out about know him. I don't know. I've never heard he's a great guy he's canceled. Here's one where. America is mario from super mario brothers and it looks really cute racist. But you know there's something talion american. I'm very offended. There's something about like a halloween episode. I guess i it's like i think what don't like about it is that everyone is a random costume. Even though it's realistic rather they all just take on that up. So they're like. Let's all dresses like ketchup and mustard and related things. Yes ketchup and mustard related things hamburger. Oh those are the things you put. Peanut butter jelly no ketchup and mustard for peanut butter and jelly foof wrong. I don't know what i would want that. Oh it's not realistic. It's couples costumes on halloween up. Yeah they sometimes we'll show up like hey we did this and it's my own. You never seen television going long. It's been a long time since i've watched sitcom like time to watch. Tv show. That did that nice. Someone is a pattern. what are you still looking at. Some of the hot dog look visit ketchup. It must pursue. This is america. i can't really now. you're looking at so. I think you should leave. Okay scott i need you to your screen. Time is done honey. Okay all right. I know i just wanted to betty your lauren. You're not gonna call your child buddy right come come berry do and i don't know why that grates on it. Yeah dozen the answer. If you're listening to this and you call your buddy it's cool. Yeah i mean i get it. It's a thing to do. I doubt honestly. I don't know why bothers me so much but it does it doesn't it doesn't really bother me but Yeah i don't know. I don't see my call. Mike buddy i call him pal buddy. If i play. Think if you call your kid buddy you should call your kid but buddy. Why do you think that it would cure you of that habit. Sure what did you just get us excited. I had to. I had to play a dad. In a period piece was set in the seventies and some of the dialogue. Had me calling the kids buddy. And i was like this because it's not what we did back. Then maybe powell maybe champ frendo sir dr. My my buddy went viral on twitter. Had hoc yeah and casey. He went viral gas. Yes three year. Old niece requested lying king. Birthday scar was dead at the or apart. We're not scarlet fossa involved at the base of the hill after scarves because she thought everyone would be so sad when the cake that she would get to eat the whole thing and you know what i loved is i knew it was true right when i saw it. But when someone's like those no with a kid sunlit and then someone linked to the bakery who had already posted about it and how like they were so excited to make this cake because requests about me and then there s someone was like. I'm glad you had the receipts. There's just like this whole it just a way our anymore because he believed anybody your athol but a very true but and i i ascribe to philosophy i think that With kids especially there have been so many things that people have said that you know are not true now. People disbelieve everything. But i'm like you'd have the whole cake made and then make up that lie. It exactly exactly how ruth kanda forever. You know what i mean. Oh that one oh. It was amazing. It was a joke or is that someone really someone lame someone. Someone truly claimed that their daughter at because chadwick boseman and ruth bader ginsburg died in quick succession. We'll suspicious of yes. Oh packed and this woman Tweeted that her. She had to tell her her daughter about the death of ruth. Bader ginsburg and the child was like young. And it's also you don't have to tell your children about the deaths of supreme court justices at all because you it. It's not their daily lives and the the daughter according to this woman and crossed her her arms over her chest in the in the kanda forever. Salute and said root. Ruth kanda forever. this happen. it's so it's like if it did happen. You you're grounded. Yeah go fuck you fuck you to my child. Okay fuck you. How dare you this insane. Have we talked about this. What is the first celebrity deaths that you remember. I think we have okay. Touched on this just because no one like i i would imagine when chadwick boseman died. Some kids had to be told about that. Oh yeah accusing obscure hero. Yeah if a superhero dies. It's it's it's it's a big deal. I remember being really little and like thinking about this. But i remember when john ritter died. I cried older I don't remember who died was like really little that was like i don't remember richard nixon. No one told me. No one informed me about that. You know what i mean like. No when he died. Yeah there's an. I would have been. Well he died. In what seventy nine or something like that or eighty two or something. Let's look him up. How old are you. I can't think of whole that makes you about to fund the fuck out okay. Richard nixon died in and god. There's too much information about him. When did you owe nine hundred ninety four. It would have been way too twenty three. You probably just high way. Well as i do okay. So a ninety four. I would've been ninety. Four was here in. Oj simpson did all that stuff and drove by the olive garden. Stay here same year. So yeah i i but it had no effect on my life where obviously i don't even remember it. Do they go. J. killed richard. Nixon suspicious on his. I've a lot of a lot of questions. It just drove over richard nixon. Well it's not too far off from where he was driving because he drove by us in orange county and richard. Nixon was in yorba linda. That's right but i'll never forget that. Fateful day when i watched that footage on tv death interrupted the simpsons and then it was him the white bronco for hours and hours they anymore. One of the details on that oj oj. Made in america. The one that the miniseries was that was american. Clients oreo american crime story. Yeah i really liked that miniseries series. We really enjoyed it a lot. one of the details that i did not realize was a true thing. Was that pizza pizza places. We're running out of pizza. Yeah because people were ordering pizza to watch the chase so that they included that there. That's all that's all based on a great book. That was my favorite book about the used to read books about the oj trial. Wasn't there's a tube and book to his spare time. He wrote a book with that situation. What happened did it. I know but i mean we all did it. What stood up and pretended. I didn't know that we're still going. Rose he got fired right. Yeah from whatever he was doing. That's it what else now. He's opening for louis c. k. But his books were great. The good exposure whatever. What is considered like indecent exposure whatever recent exposure. It was decent because of what i could have my camera. Decent amount of like isn't that isn't that a thing that i would imagine it would be right over the internet. I don't know you're technically in a public place. If you are room. But i guess your room. You have reasonable doubt if you say no. I didn't realize that was happening. Because they can't prove that you knew the dude in some in canada whatever. Who's done it. The judge justin trudeau. Oh no he's like. He took a shit on camera or something recently and was like the accidental. Second one where he's like the after the first one is like this will never happen again. And then he took a shit on camera. I think people were like what is avenue days. I didn't know about that but there was one where you're like somebody. He took zoom into the bathroom and they thought they realized that yes. I remember that. That's bomb ceo speaking of zooms. I was talking about them with a friend recently. We were saying like oh. They're so great. You never have to drive to the fox for meetings anymore. But i found something. That's bad about them okay. So we're supposed to chime in. It would be so i. I worked all week on this presentation. I was going to resume zoom and how monkeys flat ear but yeah exactly it was like showed the ins the outs mainly the out And i i was and my zoom. Meeting was at one o'clock on friday and worked him works all week on it and then like four an hour before one o'clock i like was going over it and reciting it and all this kind of stuff at twelve twelve. Fifteen nine cancelled. Yeah that's definitely an issue. I feel like that's happened a lot. Where that would never happen if the fox lot they would cancel. It started willingly. If you jobs fox lot. They and they were running late. They would say. Hey we're running late but we'll still see you whereas for me. It was like what are you doing in two weeks. Like i'd prepped for runaways. Here's my question. Do i'm good. Well now what. I was just going to say the only one that would have been psyched. I love when she gets canceled. But i would be annoyed because if i was ready to do it exactly like that. Were especially with the week of prep like all leading too much effort and then your nerves and whatever but my question is do you like doing that on zoom. Because i have found that i really i don't like having to present her pitch on brennan the worst worst i mean i don't i don't want pitches. This was more of a conversation that i had to be very prepared for a free flowing conversation but i but i had typed out the conversation in advance of like say no i mean it was. It was more of like. Hey what do you want to do with this project. And so i typed out the point billion dollars. Yeah you know have an ip and experience. Stick it to my ex. How can we help you. Oh thank you. I think in various ways. Yeah but i mean so. Now i own now. I have to prep for another week for the thing in two weeks like which as they'd be cancelled again. Yeah exactly so why. I mean if the prep is already done why do why would you have to have another weeks without. I know. I really only have to do like a day off now. Because i wrote everything just to refresh yourself bill. Yeah i'm just going to forget about it. That's the other thing. I have so much momentum in and passion for it and then it's like oh by the way. Can you do this to two more weeks. It's like well. Am i gonna lose interest in this to yeah And then it's like why is it. Why is it two weeks from now. That that's when they're available. It just feels a long time and blah blah blah. I think that's standard now. That if anything is postponed its two weeks. Is that so. It's like daylight savings time. They made a rule. Did this conversation sap the energy out of everything. Somehow you gotta be raring to go. I'm freaking out over here. Okay learn hauling sleep. It seems a little true okay. I'm tired where could yes. What were you saying the same thing. No i was saying we're back. Come back come back. Everyone come back plan. come back everybody back. We're here we know we gave you a stopping point and never come back come back. How many times do you do that with. Tv show like if a commercial comes up. Just like fuck this. i'm out. Oh you see through. I i watch everything to the end i am. I know i am actually. I'm more likely to watch like this. Is what i find kind of weird about myself. I'm like i haven't watched mayor town. But then i'm like i have seen every episode of this is us like i will catch on my weekly shows that are on my dvr but then it's needed dvr. Mary son's going to hbo. Max forget that it's there right. I have my rotation. I go to the dvr. I and clear that out of whatever has been taped and then i have my rotation of like go to this. Go to netflix first. And then go to. Hbo max then go to paramount plus like do like a cycle through to see what's new and if you don't do that you have to wash your hands fifty times. Of course we have. We have pretty much stopped using our. Dvr yeah we we watch all streaming stuff like. I can't think of anything that we're recording regularly anymore. Well i'm carol of the dvr like there's something about it. That i just appreciate even though all those shows i can get onto other platforms also have so i feel like i have thought about cancelling cable but then i really like just having it as an option won't chase exact case he starts chasing people again. That's oh yeah. I i've i've i'm familiar with this was chasing people. Who was he chasing chasing. Richard nixon finding dealer lapped them. There were so mad. They're like how did that. Go there boys we. I feel like there's not anything that we watch night of anymore. It's been a long time since we saw something talk live. I bet went better. Call saul comes back. We will probably watch that airs mainly because there's stupid. Amc channels are all on. A terrible app includes my show look apps for the most part stink. I like them like amc plus or something. There's too many too many apps to the apps. Yeah like. I like the ones that combine a whole bunch of different channels onto one app like those discovery plus hbo. Max but what. I don't like is like peacock sitting there with only nbc shit and then they have a super expensive tier right. That does it without the ads. And even though i can afford it. It's the principle of it. So i refuse to pay for y'all it's too many. It's too many little things. I mean at that point. Then you should cancel your cable and the pay one hundred dollars apps. But i like watching news on cable live and stuff like that. Yeah but i guess you could on apps now that is the one you could but it's not quite the same like that is one of the things that we will do every once in a while with regular tv. Watch local news which is fun to do. Local news is such a bomber to me. I can barely watch. Why scott honey has. It's it's you know after watching night crawler then breaking down how much of it is just about the most sensational story of the day which is always murder. You know the whole if it bleeds. It leads thy fries. Frazier told us some movie. Was that in the scrambled eggs down a little aside at the do those grab a leads. Le- he was in some movie with robert deniro. That was about this a long single kelsey. Grammer was a raging bull. Shit outta did you fuck my wife. Yeah he only kelsey grammer. Played frazier frazier crane. Lucidly leisure claim. He played him excuse win. That's evil twin flavor. We meet again um what was the name of that movie. It was robert deniro. Kelsey grammer was about network news and kelsey grammer famously. Said if it believes. I don't remember no one did look it up. I'll look at like an Robert deniro one that if people would have been fine like called. What's another way to say. A quarter of an hour. Fifteen minutes is ten. Fifteen minutes of fame demon shorter little sister. They all were dressed up like stop watches. Edward burns robert de niro. Oh edward burns. Shore remember him. Yeah the brothers make might own. He's still doing a lot of the big stuff isn't he. I think he's on some tv show now. But i can't remember which one wonderful i can look at updates. It's wonderful thank you. I love that. He's working public holidays working. I love bridge and tunnel series. First season is available. Bridge and tunnel on. Epic's created by edward burns written by edward burns dragged by edward burns states. That's fun because there's a low. E i mean a lower case e. That's funny. I read wall as while. I read it as lay. Who follow e lauren. Can i sing. What a lowly. I don't know sing it you you. What a note is. I wish i had perfect pitch like chevy chase. But i don't yeah i have a pretty cool well. Who else can you name. That has perfect pitch. And my friend. Actually mike malarkey. Who did our theme song these. Yes so does he have the kind where you can say like. You can sing a note. And then he goes. Oh that's a c. Sharp probably probably and eating a person like chevy chase who has perfect pitch. You can just hear a song and then played on a piano or it's just wish hitch your where you just hear it and go. Oh i know all those notes and then you can just re i though perfect. Okay all right. I think. Paul what you're thinking of someone who can keep a perfect pitch in their head not perfect pitch if that makes sense. It doesn't i don't know how did we get here guys. It's so cold here on a horse. I just mentioned perfect. Pitch absolute pitch ou. Absolute pitch salou pitch often called perfect. Pitch is a rare ability of a person to identify or recreate a given musical note without the benefit of a reference tone. That's what i'm thinking of you here note you can go. Oh that's a c. Sharp and you can read it right. Yeah somebody tells you do that right now. You can do it. You can do it. Yeah and then you go. That's not perfect pitch. And she's hearing. She matched it perfect pitch. That's amazing. I was on a horse in costa rica. That was the last time. I was on a horse. Six seven years ago somewhere. What'd you think about it. It was fun. I was a little nervous about it on the beach. No it was not. It was the cloud forest part of costa rica. We split up how the first part was in forest which was so nice and relaxing. This avatar cloud forest. I stuck my blue pony tail up my butt up your own mind. Say it's unsanitary and i went. And then the other half is on a beach on a resort and because it was christmas it was like let's get some sun and it wasn't as fun but michael douglas ca data jones. Was there this christmas. Let's get some sun. Michael and catherine zeta was there. I have been on a horse. The only time i've ever been on a horse was a summer camp experience when i was. I don't know nine ten something like that. I was yeah. It was scary. I was a little kid way on a horse. And do you think you'd ever do it again. I think i would. I think i would think i'd be more interested in it now but not so interested that i'm pursuing this anyway because there's like horse trails and stuff in la you can take like horse. Rides up the canyon and stuff like that. But i haven't really been that interested in doing automated. Yeah do it this week. Me so random. I i was. It was weird. I was in costa rica. they're all these things that i normally would be too scared to do but like for not wanting to christopher reeve or on the horse but went on the horse and then that's a nice way to put it zip line was zip line. We did zip. Line above like drop above amass. Massive massive drop and supply was scary to me. I've done one. It wasn't that big. So i was nervous and cool. Up think was nervous and then i talked to the guy who operated it and i was like so. How often have you have you done this. He goes. I do this about seven eight times a day every day. I go okay. How many accidents have there been. He goes none. I was like oh i mean. That's i mean weirdly. That just like he's never seen an accident. He does it so with so many times in so many people. It's like i said lying was thing. I i i think i would do it. I think i would do is apply. It was fun it was really fun. One what would you do it. I don't know. I mean the one i did was like very low key compared to that. It was at a camp that i worked up. But that's right you were babysitter. Camp counselor movie star and now say at home mom. Yes plans never work again. But i get scared of that. I think i'm more scared of climbing up. I am with the going. Zipping was not climbing mine was not climbing up. You literally like walked away from the hotel about three minutes and then you were at the edge it was like a hook yourself up to it. There was no climb it was just laying and then you just step off and that's better but that's still scary. I think it's the it's the height drop. That is the scary part to me but they scared. I think it'd be fun. Are you scared of heights. In general yeah. I guess so. Let's see stand on your tippy. Does oh man she got. I mean i like for example. I went to The willis tower f k sears tower in chicago and they have like a one of those glass holes in the floor. You know on the towel. Yes yes can and i stand on that but i still little freaky. I'm a little scared but like you shouldn't wear a dress Yeah because like the people on the ground floor so it's like a hundred stories out within this guy's going home my god. That's why you're not allowed to have cell phones in their floor cracked because of their screams and they made the rule. I didn't know that the sears tower had its name changed. Yeah probably ten. Plus years ago because syria sears is no longer a thing by whatever. Willis's yes. I was like what you're talking about when i heard the news sears tower the original catch rates. Here's i it's hard to believe they'd be out of business. I i mean that's where my family shopped for everything we go to syria kept them business all the time for tough skin. That was their brand of tough skins. There was a moran. You didn't think that we'd go to sears. For our tough skin. Everyone get into position wagging condoms. I remember there was a commercial for tough skins where they put the jeeves on a robot filler. The robot to like. Try to wear them out. This is the proof that they were very durable jeans. And you look. I remember this mislead like move so much. This robot did lauren. i'm gonna find that commercial. Yeah it wasn't like those shots. Police dog robot this old fashioned nineteen fifties robot wearing some nine hundred seventy s jeans but tuscan were stiff as shit. I remember how stiff those genes were like. They would hurt the backs of your knees because they were so stiff and the chords always make saying whenever you walked in so embarrassed. Have you seen that commercial for the the Domino's delivery truck. That has nobody inside. It's like a robot that's illegal. I would think it's i if it's real or a job i think it's real. It's it's like a little dead. There can't be total self driving cars on. I'll finding legally but it's not like a full sized car right. It's like a little little robot car. I feel like i have seen footage of this. I think that. Brett our own brett morris i think It's real captured some driving around the city streets here in the chat. I think the drones thing is going to be really weird. Domino's is launching a pizza delivery robot car on the street yet that was that was a while ago and now there's commercials that was in april. Now it's me by the way we did it. They were taping this in. May we're taping this a couple of hours before you hear it. It's very coppola very fresh. I mean this thing cannot be more adorable. Could it be in the commercial. There's like could this t shirt anymore. Adorable let's start selling them guys. Come on pizza be anymore robot so that shirt at least anymore on a robot with the robot and pizza. He's wearing it as a hat. Proved this view like that. So could this pizza be anymore in a robot. But he's wearing a hat to the answer is yes it could be more in. That's our way around it. There's a yes on the back answer. Certainly josh mix notes on this. Come on judges are dad that we have to ask permission cise justice. He's on it on the pizza. John robot or on making the teaser. All three wow. He's on a pizza. He's on a robot and he's making the shirt paul. Did you get the. What was the icy. That was sears. That they made was what was it called. Was it icy. It was like a slushy they had. Oh well i guess in the sears. By my house it had bragging. That was the treats. Kid we were so the sears by my house the point of park mall it had they goodwill this election is enormous. You said you shopped at sears. That's why i'm asking you. This is what scott. I'm not an is not as fighting. I'm doing a skit. i'm just doing a skit. A fun skit about like like a poor kid bragging to another hit like this is a good sketch. This is a good scared. We should just pitch this to justice. Sketch we don't want to do a sketch show sketch. We would like you to produce our sketch and run your channel like funny or die suddenly. Start making one sketch but the but you cannot produce any other sketches will be the only catch on netflix. And everything else is a skit. I'm going to pick some skits to them. And i want to get to. I think a skit show is an idea whose time has come yeah. It's all like football players in highschool wasn't wasn't that what the guy said Nick cordray said on studio sixty when he was yelling and his parents about the difference between sketching a skit. Yeah his parents like nicely came to his work and he was such an asshole about it. They were not nice Do you remember. The dad yelled your brother standing in a field in afghanistan. Well that's because. Nate quarter is such a dick before that he's like they go visit him there cool about it. They're like you know it's a terrible sketch show. They never say that to him. They will never speaks that allowed right. Now it says that and then nacorda's like oh this can you imagine abbott and costello performed here and they're like who's that and he's like having castillo and he gives them a history of comedy and then he's in there like okay. Well what are you know. You're schizo very funny. And he's like it's not a skit scherzer. What football players and cheerleaders do during pep rallies. This is sketch. This is sketch he gets. And then then it leads to your brothers fielder afghanistan in your arguing about a skit versus a sketch geared thaw. Faulk at. I have to watch it again. I gotta do that whole series. But then i had to pay for it and i was like who amazon dot corn. You didn't check youtube. I didn't check youtube. Almost everything's on youtube. What does that noise noise. is it. Windy is there a plane flying overhead. Somebody running the vacuum. Oh it my computer started worrying heart. Take all the blankets out from baggage out. All right. we're going to fix this or we're going to take a break and we're back and guess what everybody. Yes you got your cards and letters. Please keep doing the three years. Well we're going to. We're going to play a game. This omitted by a card. That was like a christmas. Had go to hell was very yes and it was low lady writing. You could tell by the way. I'm having an affair with her Nothing you didn't hear that josh. This game is called menacing phone. It submitted by camden brazil. Brac two people play a scene and anytime yes exactly. That's why i'm pronouncing but maybe it's brazil bra view to people play a scene and at anytime the third person can call one of the members in the scene and give them menacing information about the scene slash other player that impacts the scene example. Is he really who he says he is. You get the idea. Says camden camden. Maybe we're not as smart as you think. Maybe you want to list a couple other. But here's the thing. So i think that the third person who's not in the scene can call either person throughout the scene and give them information so. I think this sounds like fun the way we're going to do it since we're doing this over. Zoom is we will when we are the caller. Will mute our microphones so you the listener will hear the the phone calls but the other players will. The other player will not. Yes so the player who is not receiving the information will not hear the phone. Call the player who is receiving. The information will receive the phone call. That's exactly right. Yes in the sense. So who does what dogs off the collar Okay great someone to meet myself on. Zoom yes ma'am. Oh and she is muted. Okay and she is. You did and now scott. An i will begin the scene. Oh hello. I didn't think anyone else would be here. Oh yeah i've been here for god like twenty minutes already i think. Wow yeah i gotta remember to check my phone sorry. Excuse me one second. I'm waiting for a call. Excuse me absolutely. You should tell her that you know what he's been up to and it's not good. Okay thank you all right. thanks bye. Won't jeeva grab my phone a weirdo first year ahead of me. Hey can we just cut the shit for a second. I beg your pardon. I know what you are up to. And what good. What are you talking about sir. Excuse me i'm getting a call. You're being very rude. that's all i know. Hello you're worried because you think you think that he saw you spying on your neighbors but what he really saw was that you were stealing candy from the break room. I know what you think you saw. But i assure you it was a boundary standard Mistake a trick of the light. I how could that be a trick of the light. The thing that i saw. And i certainly didn't just hear about on this phone call well because the lighting in that particular space is very erratic and it could make it look like shadows are doing things that they are not doing. It seems unbelievable to me. Can you take me to the space space. I knew what was that. Just nothing have. Oh sure hello. Tell them that you're casting your new. Your new reality singing show yes master. I'm sorry did you say yes. Master no no. No then i said yes mr trie missing. So here's the deal. I know what i saw. I saw what i saw. But you're in luck. Because i'm casting a new reality show and what you did would be perfect for it to. 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Music is Power-  a new book from Brad Schreiber

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Music is Power- a new book from Brad Schreiber

"Candy crush his back sweeter than ever with thousands of new levels to complete a new characters to help you along the way you can even play offline on your commute sound sweet download candy crush saga now from the Google and grandmaster Flash and twelve global music consciousness Bob Marley and Peter Gabriel thirteen weird funny smart angry Frank Zappa versus everyone fourteen rap not hip hop and W. A. and public enemy and finally fifteen but these are the major ones that I included and they all had huge impact societally had you in a and I've read the book of course in in it you describe some of the musicians from basically everything from union songs and Joe Hill all the way to hip hop and everything in between let's talk a little bit about the about the premise of the book the concept is that that that music has been a force of social each of each of the artists the period that they were popular and not only the change that they made but societally what they were reacting be back here music is power comes out November twenty one from Rutgers University press and they were very kind to include eighteen photos of in your face the dead Kennedys and the sex pistols were almost done eleven word Gil Scott Heron who we are also going to listen to others five I get real tricky with this one psychedelic kits situation Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd six I we're gonNA listen to Ironically had a huge socio political hit if you will may be the beginning of feminist music in good from nineteen sixty four on mercury records Lesley Gore's you don't own me right here on the deep dish radio show and you know just a blast through the table of contents really quick can all right so number one is musical workers of the World Unite Joe Hill Woody Guthrie and Tim Keller's and Amish introduce you to musicians authors comedians friends of mine who have all done fascinating interesting things and change for about as long as there has been American Popular Museum it's true it's true I mean the subtitle of music is power is popular songs social justice is power we're going to be discussing the concept of that book and some of the music contained therein you'RE GONNA love it Brad Welcome back thank you so much to me it's great hard rock turns metallic the WHO and Black Sabbath nine more than a working class hero John Lennon and the Beatles ten I like this one at a place and he's and Blues Marvin Gaye and the temptations seven say it loud were blocked but proud James Brown and Curtis Mayfield right eight weapons of mass deconstruction dixie chicks and green day and there are other bands that are referential in there eight Seeger to is there for more than Fortune Phil Oaks Joan Baez and Bob Dylan right three caged artists Lesley Gore who we're going to talk about and into Janis Ian and Sloan who we both knew right Yeah Phil Sloan four parody in Poetry Tom Lehrer Peter Paul and Mary and the smothers Ashley Gore's it's my party and let's listen to it and then I'll tell you the very strange circumstances under which the song actually came to be this and the will to change so what I've chosen is some of the most popular songs in all of these genres that really had an impact on society okay into all the way back to you know Union Law in the in the early part of the twentieth century Yeah Joe Hill and all of that well so the first in Sir you do today's no exception I have a combination of those things my dear friend and regular co host of deep dish reiter as authored a brand new book called musically take us when years old when she recorded you don't own me she was playing at grow singers which is a resort in the catskills right and she's lying by the pool and to not just one of your you know you can't go with other about about her her closeted years yeah it's true she's one of the few people I think in the history of Lgbtq who came Dr Shoulder Beatles Beatles that's right yeah I wanNA hold your hand held the dominate of the number one spot so the thing that fascinates me about this is Lesley Gore was sixteen goers number two hit from from nineteen sixty four right number two to the being estranged or sexism yeah yeah it it's really important even though she did not have full control of her career she convinced quincy to record it and and I'm not one of your little toys so for for that time in music for every female singer to have that kind of edge about you know a but also dating back to you don't own me feistiness that again grew later especially in the eighties in rock and roll yeah so you know people like Jones gave her gave her a bad time but she she was kind of a a wonderful advocate not only for tolerance of sexuality almost subversive kind of message because if you consider you know what's on the charts at the time you know this sounds like any other You know more enlightened when she first came out and she would play gigs and she had a rough time some people were still sexist and Philidelphia songwriters approach her with a song now remember she had no control over her music she recorded whatever they gave his manufacture they would quincy Jones Quincy Jones heard the song she brought the two songwriters to play an and two weeks later pulling things worked in dollars Tim who was that producer was that was a producer Lou Adler no that producer was a guy who would soon be one of the most influential producers in so I told him that he bet uh-huh didn't know English right this would sound like just another female torch song and then you get into lyrics and the bite that she that she choose this past recording today two weeks later they had cut you don't own me just unbelievable what a perfect storm of a great better for it and it was arguably one of one of our two biggest hits and Lesley's personal history is kind of interesting you talk a little bit song and a visionary producer Quincy and man the instrumentation on that you know is just is fantastic. It's got that ominous thing too I love the line out on a television show it was a pbs show right you know in the life and even though you would think that people were fifty seven summer of love lot of psychedelic music a lot of the eastern mysticism in the air and they recorded the great on every word for and you can see how it just resonates with your sixteen you know sixteen year old girls at the time who are like Billy's pushing me around right You Know Vicki Carr Julie London Kinda thing you know Torch Song with the with the violins and the revert vocals and everything and if if uh listen I will we can end the world the it's stunning it sends a chill up my back even today some of them really resonated very shortly after they're releasing some still decades later when used in the media I'm GonNa not reveal which when Andallah which is subtitled the wheel of life and I'd like everybody listened to it and look for the incredible harmonic of the three He just a he can do any of them when we get toward the apex of the song and they sing we are free now we can kill now we can hate now now artists all throughout over the past almost sixty years yeah we're going to talk about a couple of songs that I've chosen chosen six songs from music is power and jet and and you know others kind of get sexy and punkish in their attitude and it all goes back to nineteen sixty four right I it's it's an interesting where does let's say Fabian yes exactly so so she loved this and the following Monday she's in the office of her producer and for ten thousand Taylor he lies still in his as Guy I'm particularly thinking of it's the third one coming up yeah that's a good one but but next we have one that really moves me it's by Peter Paul and Mary Yeah it's the year nineteen hundred them to his father brought him I take your plays command Oh and learn things he's bad then his brother put up with that and it and it becomes this massive feminist anthem and it's been covered by the you know significant yeah females where a and when you choose he's things up Boura but he is a cow you too ball the edge of bread and water yeah this one means a lot to me personally a couple of reasons one is I saw Peter Yarrow do this at San Francisco state and he had kind of a rat you know you must choose uh-huh these yeah they called it the folk music revival that Bob Dylan and Peter Paul and Mary and Joan Baez and all those other wonderful artists fostered this the greatest antiwar song ever written it's pretty interesting if you think about the words him because it goes from the way families were apart during the Vietnam War yeah between father and son to political prisoners dying to the idea that in if you if you you've only given your life you've only wasted your life the idea the ideas metaphysical what is a life for have you really wasted your life grade land your brain turn is by a till the killings of it's an extraordinary song excellent choice as we were listening to it here in the studio I got thinking about all the other songs of that era and of that genre that you mentioned in the book and even some that that you know that exist outside of that and I I I was excited to hear why you chose that particular one from nineteen sixty seven Peter Paul and Mary Great Mandela Right here on deep dish radio my guest today is author Brad Schreiber we're discussing his book music is power it's this it's this very strong message yeah including what they do with the harmonies of the Andy It's just phenomenal Albert Grossman you know some people have if things to say about him but as their manager he's the one who came up with the idea of Peter Paul and Mary on three separate microphones yeah and when you speedway's and he was playing Solo and sang side tears pouring down my cheeks at the end of it so years later in fact within the last two years do that the keys You must do you I chose was pulled from vinyl and you can hear the POPs in the hisses so I wanted to give you that that nine hundred sixty seven experience opposed to digital copy I wanted to y Richie havens loved it so much yeah I it's written by the way Peter Paul and Mary of course covered other people's music right so Peter Paul and Mary featured prominently in Chapter Pretty much dedicated to the to the folk music scene of the of the late fifties and six play or apple APP store. We'll come back to radio you're on headphones as as tim did it's startling in its clarity in its beauty and you know so Albert Grossman didn't just manage Bob Dylan and Peter Uh uh if you lose in an effort to change society I don't think any other song in the history of sociopolitical music has ever asked that question which is why I think this is on Mary he changed the way folk music was recorded yeah I in fact as a note to the listener if you listened very carefully you'll hear that the the recording that Peter Yarrow wrote this all by himself and Oh my God you should have been writing more songs but where we got to nineteen sixty seven pal yeah yeah did did um you sang the Great Mandela at San Francisco State he goes no I really don't remember her I say well I'll never forget and richie havens is called pokes you in the is wonderful and and that's what it's supposed to do it's supposed to haunt you and supposed to inspire you and again I can't say enough about that metaphysical message which I think is Taylor they are say for now hunger style there's I was fortunate enough to interview Peter Paulin not married because she's gone but Pierre Paul and Theo Theodore McKell and I said to Peter do you remember that time songs that if you did not speak English you'd think what Oh what a lovely lovely song lemon tree or something it's so pleasant and and then you hear the words and it in your liquor abused a we have a weekend uh shut his and do his job like and he given the opportunity to really hear the way it was intended to be heard and sonically sonically it's beautiful again it's another one of those you can shane it's been going on for you take the great And is not going to be licensed on TV commercials used an awful lot I know in in movies you know you're not going to hear the great Mondello in like a comic book Richie Havens Cover this did richie havens did as a matter of fact did a great great version of it now of course the Great Mandela is disturbing as it should was powerful always powerful great jazzman Brian Jackson that baseline is just incredibly sumptuous. Yeah with it it's called the revolution will not be televised a song like this of course the pop culture references and the political references are old dated but look we're still dealing with police violence and you will not be able to stay home and Gil Scott Heron the revolution will not be televised all so here here we have the corruption of politics the inequity in society between people of Color and people who are white and you can substitute whatever pop culture references you want in place Oh bull winkle and Julia Julia Being Diane Carroll who recently Andy When Gill wrote this remarkable song which has been used in you know in pop culture over and over ironically exploited in commercials that'd be televised Revolution will not be televised the revolution will not be you without commercial attorney who was the first running regular black lead character in American television on Julia true so that's what was going on in nineteen seven I'm sanctuary the revolution will not be televised the revolution will not be brought to you by the head will not times yeah yeah it made me think that it would be interesting to see this updated every ten or fifteen years idea and have him you know right instead of Spiro Agnew instead of Spiro Agnew and and John Mitchell were dealing with Rudy Giuliani and and trump's other POWs great depression just the proper Ho -cation held at me you will not be able to plug in turn on cop out you will be able to lose your cell phone during commercials because the revolution when I hear that Sunshine's not good for you you know he was incredibly sensitive poet in some ways we AH heartbreakingly beautiful New Yorker Profile of guilt towards the end of his life and he wouldn't leave the house he was always getting high with the revolution will not John Missile Spiro Agnew confiscated from he can say I think fairly that Gil Scott Heron lead us to think about poetry slams you know st and how what they're dealing with personally while they're writing these songs that changed society and in the case of Gil Scott here and we're talking about being addicted to crack there is the revolution will not be right back after a message about a white white lightning bedroom the tag and the writer for the New Yorker said Hey Gil let's go out and grab something to eat and Gil looked at him in that sly sense of humor he has and he said Man Okay you've got this microphone would you want to say with it what is the song about there's plenty wrong with this country pick a topic don't talk legendary figure not only in terms of socio political protest but in terms of black culture really concentrating on poetry I'm not going to get into politics on the show because it this is really about the book but have him get into you know making updating the rest that means that will be exciting sitting down the president's Glen Campbell known as the Revolution will not be prominent black poet who was not only a brilliant poet but astounding musician where do we go next well it's the same year it's nineteen seventy right and Jimi Hendrix's version of the Star spangled banner at the Woodstock and for that I think he you know deserves the half chapter he gets his power great fantastic chapter and and having this in the back of your head as you read it is a fantastic now transitioning to another the revolution will not make you look by because the revolution will not be televised them that will be in people to start early in the morning of the last day there were about thirty thousand people who saw Jimmy and a newly put together to quote unquote rap but what is it about and even win rap music which eventually became hip hop came out Gil. Scott Heron was saying France's every music is Bauer is about sociopolitical change and these songs in part of the book is looking at the lives of the artists Dan play this and forever take relevant and women will not have expanded down the chain for tomorrow because black looking for bright nate the revolution will be televised the giant and your toilet bowl the revolution will not go with cope the revolution will not might turn the bathroom will put you in the UH poetry yeah you know the watts prophets and and other groups like that where early on in the sixties but Gil Scott Heron said look it's okay uh-huh and that will be the Harry Potter woman and Yeah about you know you gotTa Yeah Right Party will you know there's something more to talk about yeah and so he is a very in yeah again art fair in August sixty nine sixty nine so that's fifty we just celebrated fifty year anniversary of that right so th there were maybe four or five hundred thousand live from Max yes cours farm in August of nineteen sixty nine James Marshall Hendricks and his band covering of course is culturally significant well so many musicians have responded to their emotional state when they first heard this and thank God made the Revolution will not give your mouth feels the revolution will not get rid of the no our nation's anthem You go into it in detail in the book but give me an idea why this particular version of the Star spangled banner is is Sir and democracy set against juxtaposed against the sounds of screening and missiles exploding and bullets singing place run out of all the monorail with a brand new process that won't read being an interview with Brian Eno physician and composer and producer he said I had tears coming down my face the first time I heard this is maybe one of the few songs in the history of popular music that had no lyrics and was a political statement the promise of America for Michael Wad Lease Woodstock film in Music Is Power I've interviewed John McLaughlin the amazing guitarist who founded the Mojave Schnur Orchestra he said around my home during Watergate right so I have no idea what camelot was like I have no idea what what you know Eisenhower's America so as I'm hearing this and I see the transition that America's going through in the late sixties where we're going from Kate Smith right to the to this to what's on the other side Jose Feliciano singing the national anthem with a Hispanic uh-huh right and and Laurence Welk and you know very tried and true traditional Frank Sinatra lecturing kids on how to be a good American well yeah and far more handsome but aside from that you know I became aware of the World Uh with first time I heard Jimmy play this heard the recording I was stunned it was it was overwhelming I remember right it speaks to not only our history here in the civil war but the wars that we are continually getting involved with overseas and makes you lyrics it got me thinking a little bit as you and I were listening to it you're a little bit older than I am not much but a little bit of a lot more gray hair but Chian not world war two whichever way considers the good war but the other wars why we get into them so that's why the songs timeless and it does that all without any you know it either forces people to be moved to tears or just kind of gobsmack than they have no wait I airborne at Fort Campbell Kentucky he understood what it was to serve your country but he also believed that it was wrong and some of the amazing things about Hendrix when you read about uh-huh Hendrix historian Steve Roby's research and I found that Jimmy before gone into the next song Jimmy was not the kind of guy who wanted to proselytize them is that he held two sides to a proposition in his head at least about Vietnam he never wanted to come out and do overt song listen to Jimmy Talk During some of the live performances he never really comes out stridently against Vietnam because of course he was in the hundred you know the Black Panthers said that he was going to perform at a benefit in Harlem that they did not get his permission to do right and if you I'm was so out front when Feliciano's sixty eight sang the national anthem yet Jimmy playing without any words was like I have no idea what pre Beatles America was was really like other than what's referenced in Popular Culture of the time and and things like that changed the perception of people but it's fascinating the way some songs reach people sub reach them through lyrics but some of them reach them musically and some combine the two and those the wonderful thing about this and machine gun talk about as well right sound of a guitar representing continuous machine gunfire accent at the world world series right and people just losing their mind over ridiculed for it right but also racist analyst forceful you could argue yeah wow that's really really powerful and of course you know I I wrote a becoming Jimi Hendrix from clean this off kilter version of Dixie wow and other than him in Hendricks most people need the lyrics to make the sociopolitical common on in Berkeley because there was rioting and violence in the police so he tried to work symbolically rather than being stridently political crazy and that's role in I'm the slime yeah yeah and then every once in a while in live live concerts say okay here's a song for the draggy seen going on in Vietnam and then he followed up with Oh in the dragon doc franchise movie but here's one that you might this is from my man Gil Scott Heron and I know that people are familiar virtuoso to the other and while the song we just heard comments on the state of America politically the next comments respond because it's so visceral that's the funny thing I mean that part of the reason I write music is is power is not only because these songs chain so I wanNA give a shout out this anxious because that's a phenomenal appease the next track is we're going from one guitar socially Yeah Yeah it's about social control I mean this song specifically refers to the power and the manipulation assured needed to television but when you think about it and the career Frank Zappa you'll realize that he is protesting all forms of social mental. Is this Jazz Guy David Sanchez and he did a song he did. Dixie I wish I were in Dixie but he doesn't a minor key was synthesizers and it's and you know what's on the other side of those bullets riddled bodies and it's all done without lear it's all completely sonic yeah it's it's really did that about racism in America but but he confronted you know straight away all the time well he did it in a spiritual way that's the amazing thing I mean I was getting ready to come here I was thinking about this interview and I realized that the only other song I can think of that had a socio political content that was only yeah really ominous and a black jazz musician he is making a comment ought history of racism in the south without a single word do uh-huh the buckle the dead one on TV into a stolen ambulance be will not be able to predict what eight thirty four from the rubber it will not be televised rubbing the Revolution will be live rain missed yeah donald subscribe to this show and hundreds more now via AK- or wherever you get your podcasts even more irony and it's the live version that Franken the ban performed you're not you know what I'm talking about Saturday night live where Don Pardo see the parents music resource center days where he was fighting Potential congressional control of Album Content Censorship yes censorship show that he wanted to do late at night and you know he deserves the whole chapter that I give him in music is power because he the other musicians were doing lame stuff criticized the whole idea of using drugs I mean frank famously never did drugs that part yes you guys if you haven't out there seeing you can find it on youtube and they literally have television monitors with his slimy stuff oozing I gotTa tell you Brad is I was assembling The music for this show and I knew the song was going to be on the list right uh-huh actually plays the voice of the slime and frank liked it so much he brought Don Pardo on tour with him to do I couldn't decide whether I wanted to play this version the album cut right or there's another version that I think e serves basis but you can't vocal delicious I say this we're the screen I have no idea how they did it but but you know frank is very close to my heart as you know Tim Yeah during the P. M. C. Well I'm GonNa Lampoon it. He was very much a libertarian leftist he never identified himself the way he voted bright but he aided anything that's Louis this totally controlled absence as you want aw how this is a guy who wasn't afraid to to not only take on Ronald Reagan and his cabinet he would look at anything he didn't like and society and uh-huh you know the Ukraine I mean you know don't forget that Frank Zappa of became a liaison with The new established Czech Republic CNN on or C. Span two this is one of the few people I've ever met who would listen to people argue in Congress all day long on TV on the surface seem like novelty songs are trite things like Valley Girl Yeah Right I are at the same time screaming for that critical thinking Mac self can excuse me social control and took away from self control and they on Solipsism yeah he was very much I was working with them on a TV show that sadly never got done but I got to work with frank for six months on some of the scripts for Night School the TV rob that he became a cultural ambassador you know bots Love Hobble in the Czech Republic and he were talking about how to exchange ideas the report armed you have a responsibility to be informed and you're better than that people yeah exactly I mean when I went to his house to work with him on night school he always had back you know and he was dealing with the idea of because his music was so popular in Europe as well as American may be more so in Europe says in music with one another calls really not many people ever have done that in the history of music you know as I was thinking about this a lot of francs body of work songs loved it couldn't get enough of it you know phenomenal phenomenal commenter on the way we lived in in what we could be doing the world kind of needs that voice right now yeah you know that that voice that screams for critical thinking yeah he would have a ball with what's going on with with trump and APP was brought up on his father was a biologist who worked at the edgewood Arsenal in Maryland okay they were developing poisonous gases wrong is one of those people who really was railing against everything he sought wrong how many pop stars can you think of criticized the music industry criticize michaels on his father and he got paid additionally so Frank Zappa is seeing his father basically being an experiment right and it's it's fascinating and one chose to do it they both chose to do it through media that you know is easily the trump roomed and easily written off for people who aren't paying attention you know people will look at Carlin and go does that bit about football and baseball you know isn't that cute in for for saying look what you're being fed and the culture around you is is amusing but dumb yeah and uninformed uninformed uh with our society I mean his quotes are so great government is the entertainment division of the Military Industrial Complex. I mean it so we're going to listen to and talk about the Dixie chicks sounds good contemporary country group in history was ridiculed for saying they were ashamed of their president's outright blacklisted outright blacklist apple who used music not only to entertain and talk about traditional subjects like love but also to sometimes take the idea of love and which became one of the most popular contemporary country groups in the history of recording and sadly the US government when he's five six years old and you wonder how he got to where he was so I think he deserves the whole chapter. I'm very proud of then you stu when the Iraq war run by George W Bush and Dick Cheney may be more so than Bush happened all of a sudden the most popular I'm not sure who they say which Carl area months so they're very aligned in the way they poke fun at and ridiculed what is not working in American society right other bioweapons that's where Brandt grew up and his father would sometimes come home with skin tests you know bandages they had tested out a new cat in a say wait there's a socio political problem that I can also talk to in this music and we kind of go in that direction with the next group and then you dig a little deeper the same thing with with with Zappa well in in the chapter in music is power you'll find out if you didn't already know that yeah that in and you know in some way we're talking about musicians composers creators create a p to that center of their fan base that literally tells them we don't care who you are just entertain us yeah and do it in the way that we want you you to make nice they literally were in shepherds Bush Empire Tim it's less than ten days before the invade rain rock and roll stars don't come up with that kind of quotation no that sounds sounds like something from Carlin yeah you know it sounds like it sounds like a to go in there well it was a matter of history that there were mostly Saudi Arabian nationals who had attacked us on nine eleven right and of course those weapons were never found so if you ask America in twenty nineteen what their attitude is about what man Natalie Maynes was talking about you gotta take your hat off to an artist who will essentially write a song to give the Middle Finger Asian of Iraq and Natalie Maynes says you know we're from Texas is you know and we got to tell you we're we're kind of ashamed of the president we're not taken seriously until history actually catches up and people understand historically what happens and then commodity right three attractive women who have Andrew Sisters level harmony right and and you know we're video friendly to entertain us we're not interested in who you are as a person and that's what happened with the Dixie chicks that led them to record not ready yeah in two thousand and five they'd say yeah that was a mistake that war so

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18. Jenn Bostic - Touching Souls With Songs of Gold

"Hey everyone i hope you guys are off to a great week. I'm joined by a super special guest. Who is a country and christian singer. Songwriter out of nashville tennessee. She's received many accolades as a veteran performer. At the reimann. And the grand old. Opry and i'm super excited to jump into a detailed conversation with my friend. Jen bostick when we come back. This is backstage. Has radio the podcast. That's designed for the music junkie with a thirst for musical knowledge by this. Is adam gordon. And i wanna thank you all for joining us today. Make sure you light subscribe and turn alerts on for this and all coming podcast and now. Here's your host backstage pass radio randy holte jenn. It's a pleasure to get to chat with you this evening. Good to see you. Thanks for having me. It's my pleasure. So i was wondering kinda like the. How are you in the family. Do in as we try to come out of the backside of a horrible pandemic yes. We are doing well. I was on tour in europe when all of this started and the borders sort of closed and things like that. So i had to raise home and i had to cancel half that tour so i think there was a lot of fear at the beginning and i was just really thankful to get home during that time. But it's really been when you try to find the silver linings and has been a beautiful time. My husband and i spent time together and to just learn how to create and do new things here in my studio at home. And now that touring is picking back up. Oh my goodness. It's picking back up fast. I feel like all of a sudden we blinked. And now it's back in full force so i am thankful plato's again and we're doing well. It's really nice to get to do that. I had a friend that's from galveston texas and he had gone to europe and was playing over in france and then covert hit and the whole place went on lockdown and he barely got out because like when they locked down. They locked down. It's not like here where you can still meander around and where math me is like you stay inside. You do like they're structured. They're around that so he got out. And i think he's going to try to get back over there in october timeframe but It's been crazy. How did the pandemic affect you as a performer. And what things did you do. Music wise while the world was shut down. I mean were you writing where you recording. Yes i feel like the creative had to be even more creative as you probably know as well and it was interesting i started by doing weekly on like on because most of my income is soaring and probably two hundred shows a year so have that all stripped away was a little bit nerve-wracking when allah began but people were incredibly generous in supporting the arts and i had backed it down to about one show a month as soon as things started to open up online show and then i had to about sue shows live in nashville every month as well and i did so many different things i recorded demos for people. I report both on vocals. And i did actually. A songwriting workshops hosted here on zoom. Which is it was really special just to get to do something like that. Because you i feel like it's not something i would have stopped to do and i haven't used to get the degree from berkeley so i love teaching. It just doesn't easily fit into my normal normally scheduled life. And so i i did those things and it's just been really amazing to see all the things i can do from home like i said it's it's been a learning her for sure but i'm thankful for that and it's you know brought some things into lifezette. I'll continue to do from home now. And so my touring. We'll be a little bit more intense nolan trying to get to as many places instead of you know trying to just say to absolutely everything like i was of and i was telling somebody i think it was just like an off the record conversation but years ago. I think it might have been. I'm horrible with dates. Two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen when the whole facebook live thing came out. I started doing that. Because i was a musician. Way back in the day right. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna date myself but a long time ago. I played in bands and blah blah blah. And then i just went on this hiatus where i did nothing for like thirty years. It was never a living for me and i said when i thought i would start playing out professionally again. I said well maybe this facebook live thing is a good way to i guess knocked the cobwebs off so to speak and play for people without technically going out and playing for people so i was kind of doing the facebook life thing before the pandemic. And i'm only saying that. Because i was going to get your take on playing like a facebook live or whatever youtube live or whatever you play it's it to me it was just it's weird because you get no vibe back from like a camera so it's a little odd so i didn't know what your thoughts were around that it's hard to get a little emotion and thing going with just a camera in front of you right with no feedback from the audience is different. I have been doing online shows on stage at once a month for the last four or five years and that mainly because i do a lot of touring in europe as well and to keep that connection with the friends listeners. That i've made over there. It has been beautiful way to do that. So i have loved the online concert thing for a while. But you're absolutely right. It's very different. I feel that the emotion has to come from within rather than feeding off the energy in the room. So i almost feel like i give more of myself at an online show because you're having poll all of the emotion into it. The man often times in so my online shows they become these relief. You know intimate emotional personal moments. That i would almost have in my studio by myself but i'm in front of you know fifty people live and so it's an interesting thing that i think kind of break down the walls and the barriers between artists and audience. I think that we're seeing that across the board doesn't matter how big artis is now. They're letting you into their life so he'll kind of a cool thing is what a great. What a great tool. Or what a great vehicle that that there was such a thing for artists like yourself that play for a living in the source of income dislike comes to an abrupt halt and i've had several guests on the show that said man. If i would've known that. I could have made these kind of tips playing online. You know i mean. Did it absolutely subsidized what they were making on tour probably not but i mean a something right versus nothing and and when we're locked down and nobody's hiring musicians to play because the establishment sir all shut down. What a great vehicle to do that. And it's great when you have fans that are not in your backyard if you have family and wherever or you have fans and europe that vehicle gets you there whereas he can't always just go to europe one weekend play so you were. If we go back a few years you were born in philly. I what and you're but you are raised in minnesota and you're now remember you way too young for that so but now. You're a resident of nashville. How long did you live in minnesota. So my family moved to minnesota. When i was about two and a half years old and i live there up until i was eighteen and upon graduating i moved out to boston for school i went to sell it to berkeley called music instead. He needs to get and then moved to nashville shortly after. So i've been here has got events thirteen years now. It's some crazy but it does feel like home. And i just love it here. I feel like there's so many people that are constantly creating. There's so much collaboration. Taking place so i am incredibly grateful to live here now and you don't miss shoveling snow or anything like that correct alma goodness i miss minnesota because the people are amazing. But i do not miss those winner. I was gonna say that if you lived in minnesota. Did you ever become a hockey fan at all. I wasn't a hockey fan. I i you know. I played sports in high school growing up. I always volleyball basketball and second field athlete and so i never really loved watching sports. I would go for the fun of it. You know football game baseball game here and there. But i think maybe been to one hockey game in my whole life but i feel like that's be a big fan saying that they're going to disown you for saying that i think well. I spent seventeen years in professional hockey and mike. My family is a big hockey family. And when i was with the houston aeros here which were part of the american hockey league. The parent club was the minnesota wild in minnesota. So i had a bunch of friends and players from the arrows days that were you know. Got called up to the big show and played in minnesota. So i didn't know if you're a hockey fan or not or if the family was a hockey fan being living in minnesota i'm not my brother's big football fan but yeah we never really got into interesting well. That's not uncommon. I mean there's people in canada that are big baseball fans that don't follow hockey so not everybody in canada love hockey. Let's talk about a few accolades. Some people are kind of like their accolades. But i wanted to bring to attention for the listeners. You had like four singles that were play. Listed on is a bbc radio or bbc to radio. To and Yeah it's that was such a huge thing kinda came out of nowhere with the first single being a son of mine called angels and a woman found it on youtube domineering radio and send it to another eighty six number. They're called smooth radio. They take a chance on it. It got requested like crazy and then bbc radio two playlist. Did it shortly after and they also play listed three other songs. It's such a gift. Because that's the most listened to radio in all of europe and so to have my music being played over there. Just it was a dream through and to go over there and see your. Cd in the stores isn't the so. That's awesome and for the listeners. That are are the casual listeners of music right which a lot of them are gonna be. What does it mean to have a song or multiple songs play listed on a radio station now. Basically it's heavy rotation so when you're listening to the radio and you hear the same song in the morning and the afternoon and then again in the evening and you're almost like down with that earworm but that's because it's on heavy rotation so that's just what they call it over there yet platelets sam so they do the same thing here but which meant they played it quite a bit so i'm very very thankful at ended up going number one over there on the songwriter chart so just so much to be thankful for for sure and in two thousand twelve. I think i was reading there. Was you had one. Think five independencia award for best. Songwriter and musician explained the difference to the listeners. On an independent. Cma versus what we know is the cmo awards like the big tv show every year the awards. There's an independent cma. Tell us the difference in the two. Yeah so i am. i bet. Independent artists for a long time and I'm now sign of an independent record label but for a while i was my own record label so it was general music and that was my my record label and when these independent awards they have an opportunity to kind of highlight artists. That are doing things on you know much smaller budget much smaller scaled down things but the music is still kind of speaking for itself. And so while we don't have necessarily the funding or the connections of a major televised awards. Show they'll give you know the independent artists to be recognized for what they're doing. So i'm very very thankful and blessed but i received those awards and it's still going to blow me away that i was chosen. I hadn't even found out about it until after happened in it when they're your awards and you're the last to know and so in two thousand seventeen and eighteen. You also awarded touring artist of the year by the british country music awards. How is a touring artist of the year determined. Like do you have to play so many shows like talk to me about that. The nomination happens from the musical or circulation members and so. I don't think there is a certain number of shows that have to be played. I think that at least one. Obviously but i was doing quite a few tours over there. I believe twenty seventeen and maybe went to europe five times the performed so i was going over quite a bit and i was so humbled to be nominated and then to win that award in twenty seventeen and then the following year i was asked to host the awards with my dear friend. Gary quinn who has been. Uk's entertainer of the year many years in a row and we hosted it. And i also was nominated for international album of the year and international single of the year. They didn't take the other two home. But i was really thankful to take home. Their national touring again and the listeners. Over there they're just so hungry for great music. And i feel really thankful that. They've embraced mueller. They have bold. Nominations are important to right even if you don't win i mean just the thought that somebody thought enough of what you're doing to nominate you is amazing in and of itself absolutely and that specific was for an album out called revival and that was such A special records me and still is. Because i've been working with an incredible management company and an amazing publisher for years. And we just got to the point where you're getting there for a long time and the music that i was going to be making moving forward i don't think we're on the same page about and so i i really felt in my heart that it was time for us to split ways very friendly. We all stayed. You know very close. But i just had this gut feelings that i should go. Do this. records Called revival. I didn't know colder bible. But it was just this americana roots floozy alan that i had always loved and so i got together with a bunch of my friends. I'll house of blues studio. And you know it was me kind of relearning how stress my self in the studio and as you know i help produce some of the records just felt like i was able to trust myself again and so in that album and that single got nominated it was just kind of a beautiful affirmation that you know this is the right right. Pass it that moving forward. Absolutely when i started playing out live again. You know i'm an old guy. Classic rock seventies eighties nineties classic rock. That's all the stuff that i'll play it shows and then i was never a big country guy but i figured that i've got to diversify a little bit to play so i so i did a bunch a bunch of country stuff but you mentioned americana and i never really knew of that genre until Maybe four or five years ago. I started hearing people like jason is berlin the four hundred unit and micky and the motorcars and some of these bands in that genre. It's like wait a minute. I liked the stuff. And now i find myself gravitating to that genre and i know i've kind of repeated myself in in past episodes talking about americana but i love that genre. Yeah me too. And i think it's helped provide space for the artists that don't fit in the very rigid boxes of you know country or folk or whatever that might be and so. I'm very thankful for that john. I'm glad it exists. Where they call the the matz right there just all anyway. Would you say that the following that you have in europe is maybe broader or bigger than in the states. Or would you say that you're stateside. Following is bigger than the europe following or another is really no way to technically manager that but i mean you get kind of a gut feel i think right so obviously. The united kingdom is much smaller than the united states. So it's difficult to measure that. Because i feel like it might be the same number of listeners but it's much more concentrated area With the radio play and the tv performances. That i've done. I feel like that is definitely drawn new listeners. And one of my songs over there. It felt guilty until about a little earlier but that song in ireland in northern ireland. They've started calling it a classic out. So it's just such unexpected thing. That's happened so i'm very grateful for that and a few months ago i had films Tv program with songs of praise easy songs afraid and this was years ago and they replayed it for father's day i feel like there's just kind of a a beautiful cycle that keeps happening with that song in particular over there but then just the continuation of money to be. Well received very very thankful. Sometimes it takes one song to get the whole train rolling right right right so those are pretty special accolades including charting singles from some of your songs. Considering the fact that record labels i think were i mean maybe the major record labels were maybe not receptive to the style is what i understand. There was a quote that i was reading that they they classified you as to pop to pop for country and to country for pop or something like that. Can you speak to that a little bit. Yes i can then my first album. You know admittedly so i was trying to write to potentially be the next carrie underwood or what the radio might want to hear or that was my my mind was there and i moved to nashville very green and very unaware and i recorded this album. That i'm still very proud of. I feel like it was a masters degree you know. I learned a lot. And i had some interesting meetings happen when it came out and one of those was getting to sing for as a record label which will remain nameless and i sang four or five songs and at the end of it. That was kind as a consensus. There were like yeah. We really think you're now you're dallas. We like song. But they're just to pop per country. Pop which i mean listening to the radio and all of that i feel like there's no rule such thing as being about percents for pop but maybe ten eleven years ago when that happened. Maybe that was the case however. I'm very thankful that happened. Because i had a chance to sit down at my piano and remember why started writing songs in the first place and it wasn't ever relates a right for a radio station or a record label. It was through right from in and use it as outlet in therapy. And so i- chance to just sit down and start over. Basically and i wrote another album was my jealous and within that album was the song goes but ended up being a hidden england for me and so it's amazing. What happens when you dig deep and you're vulnerable with what what that are is better than trying to be something that you're not. I think if you ask a lot of artists they some of them are appalled. by being categorized energy honora. They're like just right right from the heart and if it's whatever you think it is you can think whatever it is it is and i don't care if it's americano or pop or whatever you know it's the songs that i wrote the songs that i love so when you talk about the recording in the major label versus independent labels what label or are you on today be served records which is in los angeles california and I released an ep at the end of twenty nineteen called. Take my hand hurt. One and was meant to merely in east on easter twenty twenty that the resolution is still not released. But we are coming up with a plan and it's actually been kind of beautiful to get a chance to sit with the songs a little longer develops a music video ideas from release strategy. And you know you you try to try to make the best of every situation. And i'm really thankful that the label i'm with the they just really believe in what i do authentically and they let me be who i am as an artist and that is a very rare sadly but I'm incredibly grateful and himself said it to get the out. that's awesome. I was interviewing of cindy alexander who is a recording artist out of los angeles. I think she moved up to big sur but she's on an independent label and i was asking her about other notable artists on blue alon which is the label that she's on and come to find out like There are some people from the band poco on there you know. There are some notable people. And i was gonna ask you the same about the label. Your own are there notable people that others might have heard of on this label or is it a new label. Can you tell me a little bit about that. Now at the brand new label. And i'm the very first artist which is exciting for me The notable there you go. That's all you got to say. I'm person that you're talking to what really about it. Though is it was created as a pack of projects by an unbelievable. Songwriter and grammy nominated producer. Name lauren christy. And she is well known for writing. Many of the pop hits that you would know but my my personal favorites are state. Avoid complicated forever. Levin and britain for duleep rex Meraz to solicit on and on so see actually became christian about eleven years ago. We started writing shortly after that. And all of our songs just ended up with a faith element Throughout and for years ago and said hey i want to do you know something rooted in faith. Pray about it. Let me know something then and it was. It's just been incredible journey ever since so. This is kinda my first opportunity to boldly do a contemporary christian record. And it's got a little bit of gospel flair. There's a attach country on one of the songs so it's been really fun process and i feel like i i've grown so much they're out. It was looking through some information here. I don't know if really this is an i. Guess maybe it's an accolade but it's certainly something to be proud to be spoke earlier about graduating from berkeley explained to the listeners. Was it hard to get into berkley. I mean a lot of people. People may not know about berkeley. Of course musicians know about berkeley because that's like the epitome of the place to go to learn music. What was it like getting into berkeley and the experience. That maybe you had when you were at berkeley. Berkeley is an incredible contemporaries at school. And at the time it was the only one that i knew of of signed and i had kind of dreamt about going to berkeley but i also i knew i wanted to be. I wanted to major at at least music education. And i wanted to send to be acquired director and there are plenty of goals in the midwest that were wonderful at that and so i actually almost went to luther college in cater iowa and i. I was all kind of set in my mind that that's where i was going. Because a an acceptance letter from berkeley and then very late in the game. I got this acceptance letter. I remember going out there to when i was just visiting schools and i didn't love the campus. If i'm honest. Because i come from the midwest where the campuses are you know. Here's this beautiful grounds where these are. All the buildings are ever going to need. And you're not actually in the city. Where berkeley is like. Yeah that's down the street and you know two blocks to the last and in between the grocery store and you know this other restaurant very different for the little book minnesota. They're all so. I was a little bit overwhelmed by that but it was funny because i at the time. There wasn't an audition process to get into the school. Especially because i was doing it. That's that was my goal of kinda based more on my you know knowledge of these experience. What my experience before then. I know that it has gotten much harder to get in over the years since i've left. I've been gone quite some time now but and you know as soon as i open that acceptance letter. I just knew that. I was meant to go there. Like everything james swihart. I'd kinda like told myself. But i wanted to go to iowa and all these things but it was always berkeley and my parents. There was so wonderful. I did finish out my degree music education and i did my student teaching and all of that and i really thought that i was going to be a choir director and still by very last semester. Everything in my heart said go to nashville and i. That's where i am now still but it was such a great place a lot of the players that i met there still play with today or at least you know contact with today and i was in a cover band off campus Throughout my time there called bigger dog and we played country. Rock covers and pop covers and i had a chance to go over to iraq and kuwait perform for the troops with that band. So i had such a great experience in boston. The first semester. Like doesn't really overwhelming. I cried myself to sleep many night. Berkeley was an incredible place for me to really grow and learn. I'm sure berkeley's right up there with schools like juilliard. I mean they're. They're very prestigious schools to go to You mentioned acquired director. I i guess it's safe to assume that you are in the choir coming through school. Is that a. Is that a safe assumption. Or no that. The safest option i wa- i lived in breeze. Everything choir show choir women's chorus band as well drummer. You don't want me to play drums for you. But yeah i was just music kid. I that was my outlet that was my form of healing and processing and all of that and so it was easy. Those are my things. And i follow those same footsteps. I was an athlete in school. And i i think i started and choir in the sixth grade and finished all the way through my senior year. And i think that's where. I got the foundation of the theory foundation of just understanding music. You know so many musicians or are by ear players which there's nothing wrong with that and there's a lot of phenomenal musicians that don't know what a quarter note is. But i think just to have enough of that theory background but has has proven very powerful and especially to somebody like you. I would imagine that does music for eleven to have that background. Yes definitely and i took lessons from a young age as well. So i'm really thankful for the background that i do have. Of course i quit piano. And i was maybe thirteen So i wish i hadn't done that. Hang maybe i would have burned out if i had so you never have a background in theory but i play a lot by ear nowadays. I feel like. I'm thankful. I can do both a hybrid of anything. I think would be a good thing you know. I think that it brings a nice element to what you're doing. I understand too. That i was reading something where there was like a hundred and twenty three berkeley alums. If you know this information or not. But maybe i educate you. I don't know there's been a hundred and twenty three berkeley alarms that have received over three hundred grammy awards. Wow which is which is For the people that don't really know. That's i guess music's highest honor is a grammy award so to say that there's one hundred twenty three of those alums that went to school where you went to school and there was i. Think three hundred ten to be exact grammy's given out to those one hundred twenty three people. That's that's pretty huge. And i think some of them listed were like john mayer was one of them I think a donald fagan from the band steely dan. Charlie colin of train also went to berkeley couple of guys from aerosmith. I think it was joey. Kramer and brad whitford. Were both berkeley alums. Of course a narrow. Natalie natalie maynes from the dixie chicks bostick have yet to get a grammy. But hey maybe that'll change. I think there was three ba and i don't. I'm not familiar with the band but imagine dragons. There was like three people in imagine dragons that received grammys that were all berkeley alums and i had no idea so so as far as tours go you were selling out tours and have opened. I think you've opened for acts like richard marx christian kane like the band perry and my spot on or my off based on. What was the experience like opening for those people. Did you get the noam on the road or were they you know. I hear stories all the time that this ban didn't even come to soundcheck. We never saw the bam. We never had any interaction with them. I didn't know what it was like with. Some of the people that i just mentioned was the degrade experienced. Did you get to know them. One story that. I love going when people ask about who. I have had a chance to open four when i had my first song on the radio in england about three weeks after that happened for the first time i was asked to support contains onto her. I'd never met kristin until the very first show. He was just the kindest i was. So young and i went over flew over to europe on my own with a keyboard on my back. Blew the power mckee board. The first day i would there like it was a mess. I was so naive and what he did at the very first show. Before i even taken his hand he walked out on stage to introduce me his first opening act. He walked out on stage to all of his following which there are many people that follow him over there and he said like ladies and gentlemen. I'm so excited. She's like my little sister baltimore. The stage jen bostick and it was the kindest warmest welcome and he didn't have to do that. He didn't have come out and introduced me first of all but to call me little sister like from the get go like it meant so much and any fear or anxiety about our kristen games fans actually gonna like my sick though. It was such a gift and man. If i the level that i am you know having act like that on the road i i will always remember that and hopefully able to do something reciprocate now. Yeah exactly it's what they call passing passing it on or passing torture. Or whatever and i think that certainly probably took a lot of pressure off like you said by him saying those simple words to a large portion were his fans of course being that you were the supporting act which some were probably there of course to see you but to give you to give the fans the reassurance like you're gonna wanna hear her that just takes a lot of pressure off i would imagine now. Are you no longer supporting other acts. And only headlining your own shows. Is that where you are today or do you also tour with people still or talk to me a little bit about Yeah you know. I the opportunities for opening slots supporting sought heaven presented themselves as much lately. And i've kind of been shifting through genres. These boxes that we were already talking about trying to Continue to just create the music. That i love and sometimes that blinds up with another artist. They for their tour and sometimes it doesn't and i. That's one of the things that i get asked most is what genre are you. Oh and And it's you know all i would go back to singer-songwriter americana if racing. Those are always terms that come up. I have done a lot of headlines. Who i'm very thankful for that specifically in the united kingdom. I've been able to sell out the feeders. That i wanna be playing and i'm very very thankful so here in the states are certain fields certain regions that i can play specifically minnesota where i'm from and you know headline those shows but i've also been doing some chores as called night in nashville with my girlfriend. Sarah darling i have toured. With a few different artists one being an artist named john armstrong and then dominate michael logan's and other shackleton great songwriters and one is a songwriter in the round And we'll take those on the road to europe. We've done it here in the states. A little bit so that has been a really beautiful way. That doesn't have a whole lot of overhead. Costs for tutoring for the artis. Kinda split everything three ways but it gives people are really diverse show and we'll be able to add harmonies and you know very instrumentation on each person so i love that approach as well. How do are just like yourself less. You know you're going out your headlining a tour. How do you come up with the supporting actors that year choice or is there some wizard of oz that says you. We need to line you up with this person. How does that kind of play out. You know it depends. Sometimes somebody will have a suggestion in an area where maybe tickets aren't selling as well as you would've thought and there's an artist that can pull in some people and the promoter might recommend them or just book them on top of the show. Sometimes i get shoes which is really fun. Because i've got to play with some of my dear friends both in europe and the state and that's kind of how it works. Sometimes the venue itself will already have kind of something books and they asked you to come to the later slot which is the headline slot. But they've already booked. The early fought so each show is different a lot of times. I guess it's money driven like you just said which is it's a business is The luxury to remember the two year at the place where you can sell out your shows and you don't need to rely on support at all then you can't choose you know. Let's talk about some of the venues that you've played. I know that you're a vet of the reimann played the ryon. Tell me in the listeners. About the experience of being in such a place that benue unbelievable it is the mother. Church and the sound is amazing. The whole space looking out at the church fuse and just seeing seeing that always full especially when it's the part of the operate show you know people come out to experience this nights at the opry and to be able to see it at the right. End is just magical. And how many times have you played the rhyming. I played the reimann or okay. And then i found the opera house. Okay so the opera house was six. And what was it like the first time you stood in the circle for those kids so nobody will see this so so real quick nobody. I'm recording the video here of chatting but it won't air in any kind of way but as i asked you i asked you what was at like standing in the circle for those that don't know about the circle it's at the opry. It's the circle in which the artists stands in on the stage right made of wood and i asked her what that experience was like and she shook her head for like ten seconds. They're like hang on. Let me gather my thoughts here. Because i'm sure it was quite the experience just anger. That building there was like crazy share with that experience. The first time. I got to send in the circle was at the reimann for Operate the i'm in. And i was asked to reform my one of my favorite cover songs. And then my songs sales we angels. And i chose love me like a man made famous by bonnie raitt written by chris mothers because i had grown up singing that song this americana respond back in minnesota so i felt so comfortable with it. I had just seen bonnie rate on that same exact say months earlier and it was just really fun moment realize well. I honestly don't remember what happened. But i i have no idea. I think i was there sir. I was just in such a state of like dreamland about. I legitimately don't remember it. I couldn't imagine. I mean there's the pressure i think is a perform arena. At one time. I was playing one hundred and thirty shows as a part-time artist yearly. And that's a lot. And i i never really get butterflies and whatnot is just like kind of second had becomes second hat but when you go to places like that that you've talked about or heard about or read about all your life and your there it's kind of surreal. You've gotta get sucked into this vortex. Somehow of just being in the moment like oh my god. I can't believe i'm really here doing this thing. I think though many times like our most in king kind of like you just wanna do everything. Like i'm an any grab one so i wanna do everything perfectly and i want you know and i think sometimes trying to be so perfect or make sure. There are no mistakes or anything like that. Get in the way of being present. And so i try. It's kind of like a original. Before i play like i'll say a little prayer and just take a deep breath and try to be present as possible and just be thankful for the moment because then it's gone over and we're like what happened. I remember seeing a youtube video of gosh. I think it was ashley mcbride. And she was playing. She had stood in the circle to do her song. A girl going nowhere i believe. And if you've never seen the youtube video you've gotta watch it because if that doesn't bring tear to your eye because she just like she chokes up during the song because she cannot believe where she is. It's a very very powerful video. The song's great too but just her. Her emotion was really powerful at school. I think i've seen that one thing you're talking about. And yes it's unbelievable and that that real just let the emotion be what it is you know. I've seen it so many times on lee with By watching curly pierce she. And i both used to play like songwriter. Rounds you know when we first moved to and just to see each you know milestone that she hits and those reactions but she has are just. That's so genuine. You know and that it's just a special but let everybody be part of that and to see that and say wow like i dream just came through what we all got to it. I wanted to go back a little bit to point in time. That is probably still a sensitive subject to you. But i think the the just that i'm trying to get out of it. Is that sometimes events in our lives. Turn up powerful songs and years back if you'll walk listeners through a a high level of of a wreck that changed your life. Can you share a little bit about your story. And then maybe how the song came about. Can you share that. And then maybe if you'd be so kind would you maybe play your song that were speaking of here absolutely so when i was ten years old i was involved in a car accident that unfortunately killed my father and he was the first person to really encourage me to play music. And just call the gifting out in me and after i lost him i just remember sitting down piano and closing my eyes and just playing and i felt like there was presence next to me and so i would race home to the piano after school and just play. And that's where i found peace of where i found stealing and just a way to process through emotions that i didn't even understand and during that time i wrote my very first song which was called being without you and i had an amazing piano teacher who really just helped and encouraged me the next song and showed me what it looks like when it's printed out on paper you see those notes that i had i had composed and that really lit a fire in me to write songs and by writing songs. I was able to do a lot of feeling. And i've written a few songs about my dad and what had happened but never really got to the heart of everything it just kind of seems to skim the surface but about eleven years ago. I sat down with two very close friends of mine jimmy fortunate in sacramento and we wrote a song that changed my life. I remember even on the drive to that writing session. There was an intentional beijing for the session Zach could have this idea around the throne and he asked me if i would be comfortable. Having them helped me help messori. And i was so horrible that they would want to do that. So i remember being on my drive to this writings. And i was so unprepared and i was starting to feel very guilty as thought you know. Oh my goodness cetera. Time to help me tell my story. And i haven't prepared any sort of lyrics so i was early for the appointment and i pulled into a parking lot. I remember it was pouring rain. And i pulled out my journal and i just started writing my just anything that came to mind free massages and i tried to get myself back in that place and so i wrote about six pages something back then as time went on i had to get to the section so i quick drove over there. I got into the house. And i said i'm so sorry guys i don't have you know any idea that are bringing to the table but i did. Just write these pages. Let me just read them to you and see if there's anything we can work with them here and within those journaling pages was the phrase. I'm just so jealous of all. The angels are with my dad now and jimmy her that any suspects our song and in forty five minutes. We had the songwriting. We were all in years. It was just something that was so special so much bigger. We knew it was bigger than i. I felt a weight to lift off my back after. We wrote that last line and i never planned to perform this song live. It was honestly something. I needed to write for my own soul to heal. But then i was at the bluebird cafe here nashville and i was in a songwriter circle. Because my turn to play and my poems or sledding heart was racing and knew i was supposed to play this song so i did fairly got through it. Woman came up after the show and she said i lost my dad two days ago and a played some tonight and so that was the start of this unbelievable journey. I've been on for the last ten years. I knew that in that moment. If the worst experience i had ever had to walk through could somehow bring a song the life that can help others be comforted heal during their own time of loss but i had a big responsibility to share that so in the music video for it my hometown of soda at my dad's scrape sites and six months later it was on the radio and england. So it's been a beautiful journey with that song. It has just done so much for my me personally by getting on as into sharing my testimony my story over and over again has brought so much healing but most importantly hit next thing with people through music and just learning that when you're vulnerable somehow active people the permission to also be vulnerable and breakdown. Whatever walls are guarding the heart. So i am so thankful that i get to be a vessel. That brings the song of the world's there a few other artists in europe that have gone on record versions of the songs that have had a lot of success as well so i would love to sarah. He now. that song is jealous. Able didn't know they have to say bad of ood. I'm so on a kid anymore. Food a into a jury. You're not really good as i do. There will be change round through your zone. Will holder raised question. You know why shoes run through Few so small. You always catch me. Were heroes come God used to the only one a close zach day to see a face poodle. God musty a run through your lovely soon and sang We hold on question. You know why she was. Just run through md singing shoes to the oh z. House the the a The now she's too while. I'm a little speechless. Have to give me a second. That's beautiful thanks for sharing that it's touching i i haven't had the I don't know. I haven't been unfortunate enough to lose a parent. My parents are still around. But i don't know if i could get through a song like that but thank you so much for sharing. That's amazing and your voices and djelic to my. I recently discovered that jimmy fortune. Had i guess written that safe to say that it was written by jimmy fortune and for the listeners that that don't know who jimmy fortune is. Jimmy is probably one of my all time favorite tenor singers. As a as a young boy. I grew up on the statler brothers and i think that jimmy spent probably twenty twenty one twenty two years with the statler brothers and had many many hit songs with them in fact he had won. It kind of reminds me of your song. You know the loss of somebody in it's called more than a name on the wall and it's it doesn't matter how many times you listen to that song. It always moves you to tear. Somehow he and something. That's amazing about jimmy to as he's one of those people that when he walks in the room just the whole atmosphere thing he just carries this really vulnerable presents with him. And it's it's really special. And i feel like that's how songs written as someone is willing to go deep and you know right what's really honest and true. And he has a beautiful gift and doing that. Yeah and you know your song. I think while it probably touches more people than you know. I'm guilty of getting inside of songs and a lot of people here songs just to the i. I think they just hear songs. And they don't get inside of a song but to understand the meaning where those lyrics came from in your heart the sacrifice the laws you know in of all things the daddy to a little girl. I have a daughter to and just just to think about that. it's It's very touching and i can't take enough for sharing that and i didn't know. Is there another song that while you're you're warmed up. Maybe a little bit on the vocals and the piano that you'd like to share. Yes sir. absolutely you know. I feel like our conversation has of been all over the map of the accolades and things like that and while that is wonderful and i'm super thankful for those. I would be lying if i told you. There were weren't weren't any south days. And i didn't feel like i wanted to quit sometime. And you know. I told you earlier that when i did my revival album i had had struck out on my own and decided i was going to do this. This record the americana of loosey-goosey record. And when i started writing for that album i got really inside my head. I mean i'm not sure. If i felt like i had something to prove or whatever it was that i could not write a song and i remember one day i was sitting in the studio and i had been sitting at keyboard for about eight hours and every- idea with coming up with i told myself was terrible and i moved onto a new idea and mallon was terrible and i was just beating myself up honestly and it was. I was completely in my head. And i finally locked the door. I locked the door. And i said you not leaving room until you write a song. It doesn't have to be even a good song. You just have to get past whatever that is and in a puddle of here. The song poured out of me and well jealous of the angels is for sure a deeply personal and special sung to me. This next song is my favorite song. I've ever written and it is my heart. Send three and a half minutes and it just walks through how i don't fit into one of those genre boxes that we talked about. It talks about life as a dream answer as an artist. Whatever that looks like for anybody and their sacrifice that goes with that and there is so much unknown there is difficulty in planning and while these aren't complaints there just reality and being on it in my in my story and saying you know. I don't i my making the right choice. You know with my life. And so i in the bridge. You'll hear you know the answers that but this like i said is my favorite song i've ever written and some songs is to be written by yourself. And that's what happened with this one so for any dreamers who are listening. I hope can be an encouragement to you and maybe light another sports. She fires gone out with one apart. these keys plugging away as biz. Sui momma see now at kiss seemed kwa them Heard so many that. I'm starting to move them to be pup. Sta maybe to don't box. They want kuechley to compromise Colonise malt stands between star streaming was never meant for the fate of Spin cruised coach bryan in me. And sume as of hilma husband see Sanity banned these stirred pups Maybe to be. Why don't fit into the bugs. They want publi f from calling. This malt stands swing were and then start streaming was nab a mint be for the fe. Quit soul i want som- but then her starts at another song own. Maybe to popstar. Maybe he'll be the and to the burbs. They wanna put you zehra fuse to compromise. Smiled stands between alert. Extremely was never be not dream. Aren't supposed to be a a Thank you so much for sharing. It's amazing how self doubt can yield or turnout an amazing song. Like when you expect it and that sounds like you're in that ditch so to speak and then you get an amazing song out of it you know. It's kind of like the jealous of the angels where you know you sacrifice a loss only to have a gain. Come out of that. That's a powerful story. Thanks for sharing the music. jen awesome. You were featured featured artist on the sirius. Xm show called train tracks with pat monahan For for the listeners. That don't necessarily maybe no. The name pat monahan. He's the lead singer of the grammy award winning band train. And i was wondering which of your songs or was there. Multiple songs that were featured on that show. No it was jealous of the angels on one thing. I did not mention right before. I played that song is that this year. Twenty twenty one was the twenty fifth anniversary of my dad's passing and we recorded jealousy. Angels for my new album this new version. The reason we recorded a version. I felt like i had shared the song for years. And it just took on this whole new presence in meaning because it wasn't just my story anymore you know it belongs to people that had found it and healed from it and share their story with me intro. It really is a part of my testimony. And if you're going to record a christian album and you you are going to share your testimony song you feels like a piece is missing in so recorded this version. We added the versus amazing grace at the end to the new version and it was just meant to be. You know an album cut just something to share on the album and then as my dad's anniversary approach and the album was still not out each of my team members separately kind of had this idea before they knew it was the anniversary that just so you know i feel like we're meant to release as a single. I feel like we should get this out. You know just on everybody's heart in a really heavy way and of course we've all experienced loss at some time or another and more people have experienced at this past year sadly and i think that you know if there's a tool that can help them. That's that's why that's long exists us. And so we release this new version as a single on the twenty fifth anniversary. Which is february sixteen. And i did that. In collaboration with something called the daily readings of project where people had the opportunity to send in videos that honored their loved ones For a collaboration video that i put together and so it was. You know people saying things that they wish they could save their loved one or just honoring them with the picture. Whatever it might be. And that's on my website as well if anybody's interested in seeing that but it was a really special thing where i felt like the song didn't just belong to me anymore and i got a chance to share it so anyway. This new single has now been kind of in the states for the first time gotten a little bit of radio play in that started with train tracks and i'm so thankful but it was played and played for several weeks and new people found it through them and things like that so it really is a blessing and There's been a few other stations around the country. Who played it as well. So can you ain't to have life and train trucks. I'm guessing was like if if an artist has a an ipod or whatever right and they have their favorite songs on this ipod. That's what train tracks is. Do i understand the show format correctly. Yeah i mean it. it's pat it. Picks for for new music and things that are happening and so yeah. I guess you could say it's kinda like his his ipod playlist okay and and was this just a random thing or did someone reach out to you on this and say oh. Hey by the way we'd like to feature your song on train tracks on siriusxm or how how. How did you find out about the there was a touch point of communication about it right as the song was released. But then the us army band actually performed the song for memorial day. And that was it allowed for. Just this beautiful celebration and to have the song kind of have this moment and i think it was after that. Drink that okay. You know what we're going to also play this song and we've seen some sort of action. Some really thankful they did and and it's just spent a a beautiful thing. I love terrain. And i love pat monahan. He's a personable artist. Which i don't think a lot of artists. The artists have gotten better over the years. You know back in the eighties and whatnot. They were very standoffish. And now they're more they want to engage. Were in the video cell phone age where now it's important to have let people shoot videos of you performing back. Then you know it was like you go to a concert and it was like no cameras. No video recording devices. So it's kinda come full circle but have you. Have you ever met pat and person not in person. No but hopefully someday and so. I saw them. I was at a private concert in san francisco with them some years back and he he always comes down in the audience and performs and whatnot and this was like so i'm in. it sales. Let's what i do to pay the mortgage and they had hard train to come in and play for the two thousand people or so that were at this event and as he came down in the audience he was singing. Drops of jupiter and handed handed me. The mike and i saying one one line drops of jupiter. So that's my claim to fame with pat monahan. He has no idea who i am. But but i think that it's important to tell that story because he's one of those guys that he takes sell fees with the crowd. They hand him as their phone and he'll take the selfie and he just seems to be a really a really cool guy. So so what's coming up for gen bostick. Now that the world is opening back up a little bit. What can you talk about From a maybe a tourist perspective or new music coming out. And if there's nothing that you can share that's fine too but i wanted to give you the opportunity to share some cool things that might become enough for you. Yes absolutely. I mentioned earlier. That i have an album that was meant to be released in april of twenty twenty four two. And it's still not out yet. Say graham part to take my hand part. one was an ep. So the second half of that will be a the whole project and hopefully that either coming out later this year or early next so there are some plans in place for that and the next single. I'm very excited about. And we have a unique an interesting music video to go along with it so you can keep your eyes sold for that. But song it's called leaving the cross and it has just been like. I said released sweet to get to continue falling in love with songs all over again from the upcoming album and the way that i've been able to connect with people throughout twenty twenty. Well we're all you know second home. I feel like social media. You were just talking about it with pat but it it really has stepped up for everyone and it's become just such a community and the online concerts all of that so i'm continuing to do all of that people can Connect on social platforms. All of my animals are just jen. Bostick j. e. n. n. b. o. s. and then on top which i am trying to talk. I'm trying to figure it out. I'm about the music but it's It's a little bit of a struggle on that end up. My wife has gotten terry has gotten gotten into this whole talk. She texts me tectonics all the time and some of them are cool. But it's like tectonic. Jesus another another platform to try to keep up with or trying to learn you know as as musicians we have to stay relevant and keep our name out there and whatnot so you try to jump on the bandwagon. You know if there's a bandwagon movement you gotta jump on it so probably more so than me but yeah. I don't know i'm not on tick talk. I don't know that. I'm going to go down the tech talk path but do there'll be a new one. I can't i can't keep up. I wanted to jump back. You talked about. I think it was in two thousand nine team. You released the six song. Ep take My hand part. One correct timeline. Correct two thousand nineteen ish. This was an ep that i think. Hit number eleven on itunes christian. Charts right yeah. I'm assuming that the music can be purchased from itunes the listeners wanna go out and purchase this music as purchaseable on yeah they probably not even now. We made it up. We make an cool but for those who still have cd players But it's also available on my website if people like to have the physical copies It's available bear as well but the whole length will also be available there and it's on the streaming platforms as well. I'm not going to go down. Thanks for sharing that and for the listeners out there do yourself a favor and treat yourself to music by gen bostick. Help support the the artist and I know that you guys will. You talked about touching music or or becoming personal. And i'm not going to go down a promise myself. I won't go down a rabbit hole. But i just bought a a turntable and and i just started collecting vinyl and it was so weird to me to buy the first record and actually hold it in my hand because i haven't held music in my hands for forever. Everything's been digital forever and it was very nostalgic. It was very nostalgic thing to me to be able to pull the sleep out and actually look at the liner notes and see where these people recorded this music the lyrics things like that so i don't even know why shared that but you said touching c. d. I mean it's a. It's a personal thing. The album art. You know it's just. It's all an experience that kid days. Yeah a lot of kids. Don't they have there like an album. What is an album like. They don't even know what that is. And it's such a shame because there's so much joy in i don't know again. I promised myself not to go down a rabbit hole. But i could talk. I can talk about that kind of stuff forever. And you're not old by any stretch but you're not twenty years old and you understand you understand what it's like for a cd and the hand to you know to have the personal feel of the music. It's almost like reading a book right instead of reading it on your phone to actually turn the pages of a book. I recently got record player as well. I have for my revival album and what was really fun. Is the artwork for that. I worked with my james and he put together some beautiful artwork. We all the photos in iceland. Believe it or not. And then the record itself we made it clear. So that's represents but transparency and the record. Because it was kind of album that i had to learn to trust myself again. Hard out. Into and so yeah. That's that's always a really fun thing at a show and somebody buys a vinyl. I'll take it. Take the wrapping off and sign. Then i'll show them the color of the record because it's such a special think unique i don't i don't think i've seen a clear one. So how do you get your hands on the vinyl. Where can work in that purchased. That is also purchaseable on my website. Send boss dot com. Isn't that a great order. And when you ever come through houston in fact. I think i've got. I'm trying to get to nashville in maybe october. I've got three other shows lined up. And of course they would all be zoom but i said it would be kind of cool to get to nashville and meet some of the people. Actually put the microphones in front of the armed and get a good quality recording. So if and when i come to nashville or you're ever in houston. Maybe there's a way that you can sign. That and i can put that in my collection. That would be super awesome. So you mentioned earlier. That you work with lauren christy on the ep. And i know you also mentioned that her and her team were responsible for producing acts like averill. Levin i think christina aguilera come to mine with her. How did you team up with her. After the success of chelsea angels. I was working with that incredible management company. I told you about and because of that success. When i started writing for my third album i was being set up on various writing sessions with different songwriters different producers and among all those writers was lauren and she was immediately my favorite. And we weren't even supposed to right. The first time we met we were supposed to just have coffee and within five minutes of coffee she said you have any song ideas and we wrote two songs that day. It was just an incident synergy and she shared her story. Her faith walk with me shared by with her. And every time i came to los angeles i would just shoot her email and she would make some time. Write with me. Which is so kind. Because i was an unsigned artist. She was working with you. Know ayla artists and she's always made the time and we would always write something around the was about our faith in some way and it was. It just really became a sisterhood. Which is what it is now. And i'm so incredibly thankful but that that can actually happen years ago because i now have you know this incredible mentor and sister friends and had by label. You know. I'm very very thankful to super awesome story. And i know it's kind of surreal like you find yourself like saying i'm working with this amazing person and i'm like kind of a no body like not signed and it's a surreal thing. It's kind of much like this. Podcast jen bostick being on ran. These podcast so in fairness i wanted to jump in real quick to some quickfire questions. I think they're always fun. And the answers that are yielded from. The questions are sometimes fun and i and i think it i think the quickfire questions to some of the people that i've interviewed are the hardest ones because it makes you think about things that you never really think of in in as we go through it. We'll we'll see if i stump you on any of them and there's no right or wrong answers by the way sorry christian music or country music for you christian music favorite thing to do to relax for gen bostick right on the boat the on the lake but lake so we live on perfect preflight in nashville and so that like that is what we do almost every weekend being on open water i was in minnesota kid. Obviously like you know so open. Water just brings me peace. I think there was a song. I'm trying to remember. Jason is baroque called. Cover me up. And he wrote it for his wife. amanda shires. And he speaks of percy priest in that song not sure familiar with or not. But something about you. Know we'll do certain things. Until percy priest breaks open wide and the river runs through or something like that right. Cover me up. Yeah yep great song. I spoke of sports earlier. Favorite sport volleyball play. You have the frame like tall tall frame. Yeah great sport. My daughter played high school. Volleyball always fun to watch. Besides music favorite pastime. You so hard. I feel like it's it's music it's all me they can't be you gotta outside the box. We talked about thinking outside the box. I mean it's probably gotta before. I feel like constantly whether it's running or dancing. I would probably say dance. Yeah about perfect vacation. Beat doesn't even matter. What just water modern standard. I would say that. I'm the polar opposite of that. I'm not much of a beach person. I i prefer the freshwater but That's that's just made. My wife is a big beach fan so anyway how play play in sing or just sing just saying it's a rare occurrence but if i can let somebody else play the piano while i sing i would much prefer it. Yeah and i performed in nashville at belcourt taps back in october with a friend of mine. Who's a recording artists in. It was a Guess who was kind of like a song writers round if you will and I i'm only saying that. Because i think that her her voice is just so much more powerful when she can just sing and not about playing the guitar. She's not a pianist. But you put so much more thought into phrasing and and and how the song is going to be delivered versus. What am i doing with my hands. I'm thinking of the song kind of thing for you. it's Just give me the mic again. That's where i shine roy. Yeah i never thought. I would play for myself life anytime i played in saying in college or anything like that. It was always just singing. And i loved that but then out of the sensiti i needed to accompany myself When i first nashville and then on songs like faint apart or that i played today there is a very special election. I feel like with the piano. So i those episodes. Even if i had a full band and didn't have to play. I would probably still play those too. But for the most part. I love running around stage and you know interacting with the crowd. I feel steph. Find a keyboards. But i'm standing by one. It just brings a different emotion out. I think being on the keys versus being able to move around. And i think there's beauty and both for sure i meant to ask you earlier. Are you a multi instrumentalist. Is it just a piano. The play or you play other things as well. I play guitar as well. Not real well but i do play and i was like i said i used to play drums in high school so i could still hold a little bit of beat if i had to my friend and i were it in germany for a month a few years back and hone so we did some percussion steph and as an easy add major you have to learn a little bit of a stringed-instrument and woodwind and brass. So i know a little bit of sax trumpet and cello but very minimal. I couldn't probably pacifist grade with say. Did you think you could sit in with a band. Play the drums for them. Just simple stuff like maybe it wouldn't be great nothing. I wouldn't be elaborate right but it would be a beep so how. 'bout stay in or go out. I'm a homebody. And i hear that so much and yeah i mean i was gonna say i think it's an age thing not not that we're old. I'm just saying that. A lot of the people that i interview probably thirty or older in so it's funny twenty years ago. If you would ask that same question oh go out. Go out go out now. It's like. I like just chill out and turn on the tv or listening to new music or something. Like that. Other than nashville. Where would you live. Where would you like to live florida. I love the beach so much. I also love northern ireland. So i could live there something. That is a little bit more tangible in this moment would be. I just walked to the beach everyday. Is there a particular area in florida. My mom lives in longboat with my grandma. So i would love to be close to family as well but saint petersburg is incredible. And there's just so many beautiful spots was sounds like with all you have going on music. You're not going to be leaving nashville anytime soon. At does travel. So that's a. That's that's not a bad thing though and i think this this question is probably answers itself but favourite instrument piano after their. Do love at shallow. Though i i mean sonically that might be my favorite but i don't play it so do play. Do i remember. Maybe maybe the video on youtube of jealous of the angels. You have somebody playing. I do look at you. Bring this up now July of non. Brian sutherland incredible He plays cello acoustic guitar and things. He's also an incredible songwriter and lead singer himself but he and i are going to be starting this week. Actually he's releasing one cover song months and the first one that we do very stripped down. Acoustic organic almost live sounding. And the first one is a vanessa. Carlton film called Thousand miles so. I'm very excited. I didn't mention that. And that is an upcoming thing. But i didn't. I didn't mention that. I'm a mind reader in a and another in another place in time but that's awesome and i thought that that instrument lent itself so nicely to your song and to the piano together right him playing his instrument and you it just like it went together really nicely at at first when i saw him sitting there was like how is this gonna come across. This is going to be interesting but it sounded really really nice for the listeners. Out there if you'd like to also youtube jealous of the angels by gen bostick you guys can certainly see the video that we're talking about rock or country hence he your rock person at all. We haven't talked about that. You know it's funny. I used to thing some rock songs and my cover band back in the day. And i just haven't really spent a whole lot of time in like a rock phase where territory. Yeah country taught me how to write songs. I feel like listening to and singing country pop song hit songs over and over again. So i think if i had to choose one but third. I think you'd find beauty and every absolutely would you say that you're an early bird or naito. Early bird loria yes. I was up at five fifty five mornings. Well yeah we're we're a rare breed for musicians most musicians or up all night and sleep all day kind of thing. But i think it's also maybe what kind of using that you're doing and what kind of places that you're playing i think will dictate a lot of whether you're up all night or sleeping all day kind of thing. You might even come back to that age thing you talked about. So yeah i was gonna say sews or something wrong with like sitting around at eight o'clock at night and start start. Yawning man must be must be midnight. And you look at your watch is like wet is only eight ten so i used to say a very late and that was by creative time but over the years. I've just gone to bed earlier and gotten up earlier. Xp creative when whatever you know. But you know what i find too is that i find my most creative time is five six in the morning. Like i'll come edit. And i'll do things like that for my show early in the morning that i think that's just when my brain is fresh and my brain at seven thirty eight o'clock it starts to do this. It starts to. It's like you look out the window and it's like it's getting dark so the brain just kinda like shuts down the body follows it but i find my most creative times are in the mornings and i don't know if that's the case for you or not but it's it sounds like that it might be whereas it used to be made late at night at right yup about a favorite place to play. You might plead the fifth on this. Because i tell a lot of my guests. You might want to plead the fifth. Because you don't want to hurt anybody's feelings that might be booking you and whatnot but if you can share a favorite place to play pretty hard to beat the running auditory sure. Yeah i would say the rhyme or the opera house that was just such a dreams. Come true for me that when it happened you know it was not only the space but the dream being realized my dream. Venue this point now that those have already happened as well overhaul so i keep saying that hope that i can. Maybe play that that menu in london some day and i don't. I don't know that. I'm all that familiar with it. But i do remember her. Adele doing a live recording At role albert hall. And i don't remember the song i'm not. I don't follow adele. But i know the song that she sang can't think of the name of it but she singing it and the crowd starts singing back to her. I don't know if you've seen that video but it's also another like it's where she like breaks down when she hears her song saying back to her. But it's in the value that you spoke of so if you get a chance in like to get sappy that's nine good one zero. I'm telling you all the sappy stuff to listen to. But about a favorite song to play live can't make you love me. Love that song so much. So and what about a number one influential musician or band. The just did it for you that you would say. That's they're just it for me or that person's it for me that so hard because there are few but people often here in my music and she's definitely influence and i love that she does so many different styles but i would have to say fair. Barilla's is a big one for me. I mean the fact that she could do musical theater and pops and you know all these others on ras and right for other people well and just. She's incredible so. I would say their relics but also funnier susan. Tobac- their voices. Ross emotional laird thing. Area that's awesome. I love bonnie rate for sure. Is there a favorite song of all time in your is. Is there one song that you can pick out that has been your song your staple song you call the greatest song of all time for whatever reason i say about can't make you love me. I love that song I don't know if there's a second to that in my mind. I want song that kind of become back in my hometown. Like my song. That i cover. So maybe i should have answered the previous question. What this is bobby. Mcgee i do some good sapling every once in a while but it's funny. I used to play this festival in my small hometown. Called nickeled dickel bay and ban that i played with they. They're called travel ground and they would play eight hours that day. And i swear i would say about mcgee an hour by the end of the day my has gone. My voice has gone like janice joplin or you can. I don't think there's any pretending like you can sing like janice joplin and kasey is a true gravel. Throated singer that definitely the the pride of beaumont orange texas which is probably about two hours from from me here in houston. But i wanna thank jen for joining me on the show. Today i asked the listeners to like share and subscribe to the podcast. also don't forget to follow jin on all of her social media platforms. Take a look at itunes purchased. Some of the music. You'll you'll be so glad that you did also if you go to see jan in your hometown teller. Hello and tell her that backstage pass radio sent you as a reminder. You can follow the show on facebook at backstage. Pass radio podcast on instagram at backstage. Pass radio on twitter at backstage pass. Pc and the website at backstage pass radio dot com again. I wanna thank the listeners for tuning in and jin a special. Thank you to you as well. You've been delightful. Hopefully you make it through houston and we can say hello sometime if not. Maybe i reciprocate. If i'm in nashville and get that that clear. Vinyl records signed look forward to that. You guys stay safe and healthy and again. Thank you again for tuning into backstage pass radio. Thanks so much for joining us. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of backstage pass. Radio make sure to follow randy on facebook and instagram at randy hosie music and on twitter at our palsy music. 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CRUSADE Channel News June 26th 2020

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08:20 min | 1 year ago

CRUSADE Channel News June 26th 2020

"At the new founders trading post store we're focused on making you the wisest crusader and all of crusader land and help you with that. We've got great deals on autograph. Jokes appears book including the new biography of JR Arto keen plus rotating five dollar sales on my CD features and DVD movies like a spirit of seventy six and road independence to see all the incredible sales shop where your purchase benefits our crusade map, the rainbow flag waver that Amazon or Ebay go to Mike. CHURCH DOT COM forward slash shop or call US eight, four, four, five, two, seven, eight, seven, two three. Crusade Channel News. News you can trust. Because, the truth can be trusted. From the Crusade Channel News Desk. Here's Stacy Cohan Good Morning Crusaders welcome to Friday June Twenty six twenty twenty I'm Stacey Cohan reporting from the Crusade Channel News Desk at the Cohen Ranch in Winkelmann Arizona, this report is brought to you by McClure tables using Michigan Harwood's in Michigan to make the best made in the USA shuffleboard on the market chef to McClure tables dot com. That's M. C. C. L. U. R. E. TABLES DOT COM. Here's what the listen for. For this hour five underlying conditions will make people more susceptible to the corona virus. An undercover camera reveals a great deal at the facebook offices and a popular singing group changes their name, so as not to offend anyone as the krona virus researches in hot spots across the united. States. Health officials are doing everything they can to safeguard Americans who are most at risk of the disease. It's well documented that elderly adults in those with. With underlying conditions are susceptible to negative effects of the virus and are in many cases likely to recover, but what underlying conditions are most likely to lead to poor health outcomes in patients who contract covid nineteen, well, according to data from the Centers for disease. Control and Prevention, hospital visits were six times higher among patients with underlying conditions, and those same patients were twelve times more likely to die from covid nineteen than their counterparts without. Without medical conditions, they are hypertension, cardiovascular, disease, diabetes, and obesity as well as chronic lung disease doctors don't fully understand the correlation between diabetes and obesity with covid nineteen, according to Clark Pierre He's a medical director of the Bryn. Power Hospital ICU in Philadelphia, but she told the Philadelphia Inquirer. The diseases are generally associated with inflammation and diminish lung capacity, making the flow of oxygen more difficult as the new virus also attacks the lungs. B. E. T. founder Robert Johnson says the Democratic Party has taken black voters in America for granted any urges the ascendant black lives matter movement to form a new third party to fight for their interest in a wide ranging interview with Fox News touched on twenty twenty politics civil unrest more Johnson delivered an unvarnished assessment on the current relationship between black voters and the democratic. Party any had choice words for the party's presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden recently radio host. You Ain't black. You don't support him. Citing the incident is he made the case for a new party? Vice President Joe Biden said to an African American. American hosts on his show. Even if you think about voting for Donald Trump, you're not black this according to Johnson. When he talked to Fox News to have that mindset, you must have the attitude that we black Americans. We own you. We can take for granted that to me. Shows that black Americans are an appendage of party. He later added. That's the biggest turnoff I've heard from a politician in a long time. Are quoted the day at the end of our life, we shall all be judged by charity. Saint John of the cross coming up are saying of the day they were both officers in the army under Julian the apostate and received the crown of martyrdom. You're listening to Crusade Channel News. Stations are stored. Is the epoch seventeen DVD or streaming download series that completely refuse that most pernicious of modernist Eros evolution. This course is visually stunning and has presented so that lay people can arm themselves with truth in the fight against an evil that is Neil Darwinism to order simply use are handy oriented, say channel Dot com forward slash Adam and right now your first two episodes free, or now say channel Dot Com. Forward slash adamant. Day, or Saint John and Saint Paul, they were both officers in the army under Julian, the apostate, and received the crown of martyr drum, probably in three sixty, two under a protease, perfect of Rome, a great enemy of the Christians these Saints Glorified God by a double victory they despise the honors of the world, and triumphed over its threats and torments. They saw many wicked men prosper in their MPG, but were not dazzled by their example they considered that worldly prosperity which attends impunity in sin is the most dreadful of all judgments. Judgments and how false, in short live was this glittering prosperity of Julian who, in a moment, fell into the pit, which he himself had doug, but the martyr's by the momentary Labor of their complex purchased and Immense Wade of never fading glory there torments were by their heroic patients and invincible virtue and fidelity, a spectacle worthy of God, who looked down upon them from the throne of his glory, and held his arms, stretched out to strengthen them, and to put on their heads immortal crowns in the happy moment of their victory. James O'Keefe's team of. Journalists Project Veritas have released hidden camera footage of facebook employees admitting to deliberate political biases, censorship of trump supporters as well as discrimination against conservative and white male employees facebook insider Ryan Hartwig has also come forward to project Veritas to give his account of Bias and discrimination at the company. The hidden camera footage reveals a host of facebook employees and. CONTRACTORS ADMITTING TO POLITICAL BIAS Steve Grim team lead for content. Review at facebook can be heard admitting that he lumps the Maga movement in with Nazis and Hitler Grimmett can be heard telling an undercover reporter that he monitors hate organizations including Hitler Nazis. Maga- you proud boys all that stuff. Stuff all day long, and here's a good one. A content moderator cognizant of firm that handles content moderation for facebook can also be heard saying that she would accept it eighty one million dollar bounty placed on President Trump's head by the government of Iran, if I were to go in with a mango shirt or a Maga- hat, I'd get my ass beat, says another employee, apparently admitting to an atmosphere of political discrimination and intimidation at the company and further undercover footage facebook senior HR manager Leslie Brown can be heard admitting that it's easier for the company to fire white males because they aren't able to sue the company for discrimination. Country Band the dixie chicks challenged their name to the chicks. The new name now appears on the trio's newly released song, and their social media accounts. The move comes as the chicks comprised of strayer Natalie maynes in Martie Maguire dropped their new single march march off their fifth studio album gas lighter on Thursday about the ongoing protests that were sparked by the death of George Floyd. The black man who died while in. In police custody in Minneapolis, the trio is changed its website. Url as well. It's official. Twitter and instagram account handle to reflect their new name Semir news tips to news. At Crusade, channel Dot com stay tuned to the crusade channel would live breaking news updates all day and the best live talk radio anywhere up next the Mike Church show continues. I'm Stacey Cohan for the crusade channel, seeking news and finding truth.

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June 26, Hr 1  The lunacy of making the wrong changes

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31:57 min | 1 year ago

June 26, Hr 1 The lunacy of making the wrong changes

"This is mornings with Gail fueled by Great Western, Petroleum Oli and thirteen ten KFI. Well imagine imagine as a brand new national anthem. Imagine that yeah, well, you knew common right six Oh eight thirteen ten KFI, thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com mornings with Gail fueled by great. Western petroleum live and local via the auto collisions, specialists studios. We are watching mayhem anarchy around the country this as historic monuments including in Denver. We'll get into that story in just a few I. Historic Monuments Iconic Brands TV shows well the cancel. Culture is having its way with America and American history. Yes, all are being I. Love this reevaluated. No, they are being summarily destroyed eradicated from our collective memory this as the nation Russell's ADO with racism in. In its history, just because you eliminate it from the president doesn't mean it didn't happen in the past and can't. We learn from our past well? Apparently, not these days well, the national anthem of the United States is also now a target says Mount, Rushmore so Stone Mountain Georgia. What isn't a target these days and again I have to ask you the question. How does a radical our past pose any path for meaningful change in the future, not a rhetorical question. And when does it all stop? Nine, seven, zero, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three thirteen Tan. Drop me a text on our thirteen ten KFI text line. Three one nine, nine six seems as though we are pandering in symbolism, low hanging fruit with symbols of yes, a very shameful time in this nation's have passed but look. At where we have gone. Unfortunately things seem to be crumbling today, and can we do better? Of course we all can. That's part of the human condition where all flawed individuals, so it's up to us to try to do the best that we can with what we're giving and keep striving. To be the best community members we can. But among those community members who are just hell bent on destruction. I've heard of creative destruction, but I'm sorry this, ain't it. It doesn't meet that definition. And how are we affecting anything other than anarchy and chaos, nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, so you have Yahoo Music editor? Music editor in chief Lyndsey Parker writing a piece on Wednesday headline simply why it might be time to finally replace. The Star spangled banner with a new national anthem. Parker said we're living in an increasingly anti racist era. When? Problematic iconography such as an Gemina. Uncle, Ben, the car from Dukes of Hazzard are being reassessed, revised or retired. and. She thinks the national anthem should be next. She noted. Accurately so that composer Francis Scott key indeed had history of derogatory comments about African Americans, and was unknown slave holder. The WHO editor then ask is it time for this country to dispense with the Star spangled banner and adopt a new anthem with a less troubling history and a more inclusive message. Couldn't it be argued that once again? The United States of America based on a dream. Based on an idea. And did we falter. Did We stumble along the way? Did we indeed have a troubling history? Arguably a history that well not to lapse into Cliche, but seemingly forgotten is now being repeated. And just because and I've got some great George. Orwell quotes because I believe we are living. We are trafficking in Orwellian Times here. We're telling the truth. Oh, becomes a punishable offence especially by the cancel culture, but just because we erase the memory of the past doesn't mean it didn't happen. Does it make us weaker because of it? Piece then quoted various historians activists who condemned key and the anthem salve notice noting it has a racist legacy legacy. Activists? Kevin. Powell predicted that many artists will start refusing to sing it in the near future well. Isn't that indeed the intent others? Will Take Eight Colin Kaepernick inspired me anytime. It's performed. Powell suggested that John. Lennon's imagined. That should be considered for the new national anthem. Lift every voice and sing a historic song recently performed by beyond say was also floated as a possible replacement. This is as we tear down the nation's history, and this indeed have any connection to the sixteen nineteen project. I'm sorry there are no coincidences. Spite the backlash. Yahu isn't alone. Semi professional soccer team will no longer play the national anthem before matches, and instead be replacing it with Woody Guthrie's. This land is your land. Tulsa athletic of the National Premier Soccer League announced on Wednesday that in order to create a more. Air quotes inclusive environment. It will change the song if only it were that simple well that put an end to anything. Team said it decided on making the change after reviewing the lyrics of the Star spangled banner, saying after carefully reviewing the star spangled Barron Banner, lyrics and meaning. Tells Athletic came to the decision that the song does not align with the club's core values, but I still need to ask the question. When does this all stop? Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen to drop me a text on our thirteen ten KFI text line at three, one, nine, nine six by the way I time in the text line. All you have to do is text KF K., eight, three, one, nine, nine six, and then you can just text away to your Heart's delight six, fifteen, now thirteen ten Kfi, a thirteen ten KFI A. Dot com this time? Time check sponsored by carrying heart some healthcare serving northern Colorado since two thousand one. We're patient. Care always comes first nine, seven, three, seven, eight, four, zero, nine or caring hearts, H, H, dot, com, all sports story in northern. Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K. Kevin Tire. Fact is at the movies here. Don't forget to listen to my show every Saturday on Kfi now back to mornings with Gail. This victor still around. Goodness I has a life span I mean the transcendence believe six twenty two out thirteen Denk Af K., thirteen, ten KFI, a dot com mornings with gail fueled by Great Western, petroleum live and local via the auto collision specialists studios course, talking about your and restless, which came up during the conversation that Trey Goudy had Fox News Contributor Former House oversight committee chairman Trey Goudy I might had had I might add had with. at Henry yesterday on Fox talking about the evolution of the so-called cancel culture, and well not only it's destructive ways, but it's targeting of the national anthem. Here's what Gowdy said to Ed Henry what started as a legitimate conversation about inequities in our justice system has now morphed into. Hey, let's just change the entire country and change the entire culture again. We're bouncing off our earlier discussion this morning in a piece published on Wednesday, you had Yahu music editor in chief Lyndsey Parker, noting that Francis Scott Key. The composer of the Star spangled banner had a history of derogatory comments about African Americans, and was a known slave holder, and then talked a little bit about Tulsa Athletic, a semi professional soccer team, announcing on Wednesday that it will play Oklahoma born singer songwriter woody. Guthrie's. This land is your land. Before matches in order to create a more inclusive. Environment. County told Hendry that some many consider three to be a communist sympathizer and added. Everyone thinks he wrote that song because he didn't like God bless America. He went on to say so. I promise you. That song is going to offend someone to and pretty soon well, we're just going to be humming the theme to the young and restless or find something that doesn't offend anyone, but is that even remotely possible? And should that be accepted. In this rate messy heaving idea that is the United States of America. SHOULDN'T WE HAVE OUR DIFFERENCES? Shouldn't we be able to have our disagreements? Shouldn't we be able to speak? Our mind seems to me. That's part of what this nation was based on without the fear of being summarily silenced and punished for our unique and differing viewpoints which I might add make this country unique. Now we want to hunt. Much denies our thoughts. Are Feelings. Are Words. Isn't that becoming little Orwellian for your tastes. Nine, seven, hundred, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, dropped me a tax at three, one, nine, nine six. Gouty. Went on to proclaim that he would be shocked. If any viewers were aware of the stanza cited by Tulsa athletic in their statement, be that as it may I, believe as I do in Participatory Democracy, and if people want to change things more power to them, but you don't affect meaningful change through destruction. Chaos, mob, rule and anarchy. I mean said Gouty Star spangled banner hasn't changed in the fifty five years I've been on earth and up until about twenty four hours ago. Well, he said I've never heard anyone offended by, but this is an old home. I mean this has been a reoccurring theme. As there have been calls to well summarily trash and discard. The Star spangled banner. This isn't the first time probably won't be the last. So said Trey Goudy. If we're going through a period in our country where we're going to look at everything I, mean think about this in every federal building. There's a picture of Donald Trump. Okay got the ASS. Half the country doesn't like that five years ago. There was a picture of Barack Obama. And half the country didn't like that. So. Are we now going to start going into federal buildings and start taking down the pictures we don't like. I mean. where. Does this all stop? And where can we actually glean something positive out of all the destruction and the social unrest, and where are the leaders in this entire scenario? Tucker Carlson and his inimitable way. called. Those who are destroying monuments across the country called them idiots. I think their children. Tantamount to babies in their cribs, throwing all their toys onto the floor because. They're just unhappy. But. Here's the big secret. Unless there is some meaningful action taken. It will never stop. Think about it. You've probably you probably got children. Temper tantrums especially from two year olds. fifteen-year-olds. You're probably quite familiar with that. But the younger they are. How did you handle those temper tantrums? Teach cave. Did you give into their. Okay granted some days. You're probably tired and some days you probably did. But the more you cave in to the demands of this lawless bunch of people. It's. Simply raises the bar on their next demand again, no different. Than a spoiled child, throwing a Tantrum. And if we cave to these tantrums, if we don't say, hang on, wait a minute. Let's pause. Let's all take a breath. Let's think with our rational minds instead of our lizard brains. Here's something that might seem kind of radical. How about we rediscover the art of conversation? The Art of negotiation. The ability. To bring contentious issues to the table. And, perhaps we disagree. But instead of throwing things and destroying things, which accomplishes absolute nothing in my humble opinion. Perhaps we find our way to some sort of consensus to some sort of compromise again. Isn't that one of the foundational aspects of this country? Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten dropped me tax on our thirteen ten KFI text line. Three one, nine, nine, six, this as a civil war monument at the Colorado Capitol was torn down and marred by graffiti. All the details coming up. In just a few thirteen, ten KFI A. preps radio is northern. Colorado's home for the best high school coverage. The day's headlines podcast mornings with Gail in more and a schedule of upcoming sports broadcasts. Find them at thirteen ten K. K. A. Dot, com. Well practising what we preach this morning. producer Michael Patrick at the con behind the glass. As he is each and every morning, we had the bumper music discussion, and he said he's morally opposed morally opposed, and we'll get the reasons. Why but I think you know why already to the dixie chicks? oops, there! I go there. No longer the dixie chicks. No, they're jumping on the lady a because. They're not lady Antebellum, any longer they're jumping on the. The The Lady Aid Bandwagon Mica at six thirty, eight, now thirteen ten KFI, a thirteen ten KFI dot. com. We agreed to disagree on this point yet. We can still be civil and respectful to one another, so explain your moral opposition I think if you're you're going to say something about the country. Something negative have the guts to say in the country. They had to go all the way to. What was it England to say something about Bush? Just because you're fans, don't like it you either. Shut up! You say in the country. But unfortunately, if you put that into context with what is being, said with wild band, both in country, and out of country about President trump these days, those comments, sadly by the DIXIE chicks way back. When seem rather tame. Don't they I? Don't care what they said. You know what back then I was a Bush fan I'm not so much of a Bush fan anymore, but my opinion still stands. If you're GonNa, say something overseas. You better be able to back it up when you're in the country. There you go. I agree with you that you know I think that. Political infighting and I don't care if you're in politics or not, but it could be argued these days everything's political right. That's when all of that infighting comes to a stop, and we put on a unified front now. Can People see through it sure, but still it seems to me that we need to hold on to. At least some of our conventions am I wrong about that. Nine seven, zero, three, five, three, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten. Drop me a text at three, one, nine, nine six. Yeah, so following lady, a formerly the ban formerly known as Prince Oh eight, now as lady, antebellum country music trio, dixie chicks has changed their names Yep across their social media pages. I was even. Jumping on Wikipedia just to get some background about their rather noxious comments. Well I shouldn't say there. It was just a Natalie maynes. I believe who made that comment about Bush but yes, even on wikipedia. They are now referenced. Adjust as the chicks as of Thursday. Morning, their official twitter handle was changed from at dixie chicks to the chicks Group made up of Natalie Maynes Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily strayer. Also changed their name on instagram and Facebook, a statement on the chicks website said we want to meet this moment. Maybe you just want to be relevant. In this moment. The term dixie refers to southern states especially those that belong to the confederacy I have not run that through Merriam Webster yet, but I will endeavour to do just that chicks also dropped a new song march march from their comeback. There it is from their comeback. Gas Lighter. Interesting name feels like there's a lot of gaslight and going on these days that features, videos and images from the recent of black lives matter rallies all right this as bt founder. Robert Johnson mocks the crowds pulling down statues, calling them borderline anarchist and speaking of statues being torn down. It's heartbreaking to me and I don't know how you react to these images as you see statues of being toppled from their pedestals fashionable. Even put up a piece online how to topple a statue. Well. That's just a call for NRP, isn't it? This is federal property and president trump of course responding saying yeah. He will invoke the full powers of the lot of stop this from happening. Well, it begs the question once again. Where are the leaders I? Get it. We got a pandemic going on. Yeah, and the number of cases in the nation spiked yesterday, but the bottom line is if you let lawlessness continue well. It's only going to become more ingrained amid the calls to disband and de-fund police departments across the country. But it breaks my heart when I see these and I wonder were perhaps those rabble rousers those so. Bent on destruction. Where they that day in class when well? There was at least a cursory conversation. About the civil war there turned down statues. STATUES OF ULYSSES S Grant for Heaven's Sakes region history people. Maybe you'll learn something. So! We have that civil war monument at the Colorado Capitol, torn down and marred by graffiti it just it just makes my stomach churning. Governor Jared police vows to repair the statue that commemorates the union heroes of the civil war who fought and lost their lives to end slavery. This piece out of the Colorado Sun, a piece by Evan Schnur. The civil war monument outside the Colorado Capitol was torn down in the early morning hours. Thursday by protesters this according to the Colorado State Patrol, the statue, Honoring Colorado soldiers who fought and died in the civil war, was toppled from its perch on the west side of the Capitol and the base was marred by graffiti. Spokesperson for the Colorado, state patrol told Colorado. Sun, Thursday morning that protesters are responsible, but he could not provide more details. Master Trooper Geared Cutler, said the statue came out about one thirty in the morning under the cloak of darkness. Denver police have identified four suspects involved in the toppling of statue. How it was torn down Governor Jared Polis in a written statement, said he was outraged that the damage to a statue that commemorates the union heroes of the civil war who fought and lost their lives to end slavery. Done. Stop the hooligans though now, does it. The statue will be repaired. He wrote, and we will use every tool at our disposal to work with Denver police and to hold accountable those responsible for the damage. Whoever they, are. Whether. They're hooligans. White supremacists. Confederate sympathizers or this plain old fashioned drunk teenagers. Statue was erected by the state in nineteen o nine. It was designed by Captain Jack. Howland a member of the first Colorado Cavalry. It depicts a dismounted, or I should say it depicted. Dismounted Cavalry men in uniform, a rifle in hand, a plaque on it lists the names of the soldiers who died. The cavill regarded Colorado against a possible confederate invasion of the territory's gold mines and protected settlements against native Americans accorded according to the state archives. But admittedly the history of the statue and the events it represents is indeed complicated This is according to University of California. Davis Professor Ari Kelman his book a misplaced. Struggling over the memory of Sand Creek explores the political environment surrounding the way the massacre is indeed remembered statue commemorates. The Colorado who fought? In the civil war. That includes those who fight in the battle of Glorieta Pass in eighteen, sixty, two, where union soldiers dealt a crippling blow to confederates fighting in the West. Some the soldiers memorialized by the statue played a key role in that victory. Cowman said, but two years later about two hundred soldiers from the first Colorado Cavalry also took part in the Sand Creek massacre near EADS on. November twenty ninth. Joining them in the slaughter was the third cavalry created in eighteen, sixty four for the sole purpose of fighting native Americans again going back. To our past, not a racing it, but remembering et. Learning from it. How do we learn. From categorical destruction. Installation of the statue, which also commemorates the third cavalry took place in a broader context, according to Kellman when friends and family of civil war fighters wanted to create a here roic narrative of Colorado participation in the civil war. They wanted sand creek to be understood as a noble battle on the monuments of original plaques. San Creek is listed as a battle, not a massacre because of that the monument doesn't convey history instead, he said it conveys more of a politicized memory. The constraint of public memory is an inherently political process. He is correct on that point. In! The nineteen nineties, the state legislature moved to remove Sand Creek from the list of battles, but Cheyenne and Arapaho people including some descendants of survivors of the massacre opposed the decision, instead a plaque, explaining the controversy knowledge. Perhaps a little bit of clarification, context a plaque, explaining the controversy connecting the memorial, the Sand Creek massacre was added to the statue. Again. That, statue. Torn down. The statue. The Governor Jared Polis vows to repair. To, commemorate, the Union Heroes, the good guys of the civil war who fought and lost their lives to end slavery. which early an odd very frightening time in this nation when you agree. Six forty nine now thirteen ten KFI Kfi. UNC bears target game. Coverage lives on thirteen ten KFI. 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When Calls the Heart - Season 3 Finale

Deck The Hallmark

33:48 min | 3 months ago

When Calls the Heart - Season 3 Finale

"Bramble jam pot kenneth. Hi i'm bryan. I'm standing up. Because i love when calls the heart when calls the heart go go. Swimming calls go panda. I'm panda i like when calls the heart super groovy and yeah and kicking it over to you when called the heart. I'm dan when calls the heart. My jam just kidding win calls. The heart is so bad just stop wing called. The heart is so good. I quit. I like this is the podcast. Hello everybody it's not. It's just what's the deal with that. Can you adjust it to the thirty. Five are purchased prime pumpkin. Well i just. I use to keep it on the one below the highest because the highest makes a bunch of frosts me. They're they're in the door and non with door to door to door he's like what you do. I usually put him in he song. I thought it was the door because then you don't have to down. Yeah no no. It's true but the drink tons pass today. I'd all twelve pack in the on a shelf pushed all the way in and then he took him out and put them in. The door is trying to help. Signed be helpful. I appreciate that and to be on. It's still cold comment. Yeah i mean. I'd love to help them here and i do love him but it was a bad idea. You don't put them in the door. You don't put them in the door but i really do appreciate the thought and sometimes thought is what counts right. Sometimes it is when it comes to a cold beverage brands upset. And why wouldn't he be. It's when calls the heart time everybody we're still on this useless journey to our deaths. But we're here. Get some people love our when calls. The heart episodes season three finale. And what they whoa. Now you've done it now. People see what we really like up here. If you're on youtube you're gonna treat. This is what happens. This is what happens can we. Can we have some decorum break a little bit. I mean this is when costa heart we need to give it the resorted to serve your actions. Re the diet coke in the fridge worthy when calls the heart of actions a few more seconds. That was that was that was mean. Even in this week's finale. We'll elizabeth continue to write her book. Spoiler alert yes she will. Will jack live to die another day. yes he will. And you remember the madonna song. Die another concern on. That thing is from james bond movie by the same neighborhood. It was so good. No the song well. They both row k. Deserved each other. When calls the heart season three episode. Nine finale the finale prayers to grow. What's your madonna impression. It gets a lot of the another thing. Wouldn't your regular voice. Sounds more like madonna than back. No the electronic version of madonna. I am mailing. no you're not. i'm crushing it. There's not a world where you're crushing it. Take it to the twitter. Prayers from the heart is the name. It's the finale of season three originally aired on april nineteenth 2016. One hundred sixty and a went a little something like this. Charlotte and elizabeth are meeting up with jack out on the town early in the morning. They woke up early to gather berries that made it in their face. Faith is helping a man who's injured in a landslide at the raw tau. Jack plans to ride Out to the mind to check things out. Everyone tries to get to the ten people and get the ten people to come right away of guys. Untargeted about wingels aren't seasons manali. He may landslide bra. Dow trying to get people to come out of of legs. Sir tracy is always the best closer yup loves landslide guys knew that and he's segregated with right Everyone tries to get to ten people away from the tense because of the mudslinging people. That's who they are. That's how you bill rise out in trying to find nora and gowan. He hears nor shouting finds the tip over automobile. He then finds nora. Who is doing okay but says gallon is injured. Goes to find gallon gallons unconscious at the hospital bill nor what happened. Why we're hanging out with. This guy tells him about their plan to study to start out of town get a new newtown going and wanted to leave quickly as possible. She didn't really know why at school house slash church slash place where people hang out when things are goin' going down and in this case also medical center rosemary offers to use her bridesmaids dresses for bandages. And then she offers her wedding meals to feed everybody rosemary coming in clutch here. Mvp rosemary who would've thought they would come right boys right a girl from tent city. Her name is. Maggie was last seen by the pine tree in the by the river. And the pie. Punditry was the eyewitness saw elizabeth's reign pine tree can't be trusted. Elizabeth frantically runs to tell. Jack jack says okay. I'll take my horse and go try to find her. He does find her took his horse any took. It is exactly right but by the river and the land. Come everybody in jackets. Bucked off the horse. And i did bring him down. Lands in the river knocked unconscious. He starts to get floated away by the water and maggie or get floated away. Stand by that. One i do. He did get started to get away. And if you had ever been floated away you would know dan. We all flo flows down here will flow to a man Brought maggie back to town. New guys we gotta finish this. Elizabeth astronaut john hopes and valleys were the girl known. A little girl says the water took them away. Elizabeth quickly runs a horse rides to find him. Say no you say horse horse okay. I'll go back to my shed. What do you think about landslide. The song it's a banger. Yeah i tried to get it in some tons of karaoke and fits. He's but they say no. Go only rock covers of nickelback here. So it's yang occurs nickelback. Thank god i've been looking for that. You imagine like michael mcdowell singing. This is how you remind as a kid you want to the water table away. Elizabeth gets on a horse. Everybody goes to try to find him. Elizabeth and then find jack alive. But i'm he's not with it. Oh according to you Faith jack has the early signs of panonia third yes chat portion. Jack is still oscar guys. Look at elizabeth and charlotte decide the chill out. Sit with them for sale. Decide to hold a prayer vigil. Jack where they all just stay. Outside is when stare at bill. Bill tells mr jenkins who's the bank owner From what i gather That he has his fitch. It doesn't know if gallons going to survive. Elizabeth says that she knows that god has a life mapped out for them together. So jack can't leave her jack because and they kiss in the weeks have follow. Jack is doing okay. Elizabeth fanny finished a book and the ten people have moved to higher. Ground butts back into the tents and charlotte is cooked jax favorite meals. She's sticking around rosemary and leave and go to give married raise. Mary tosses bouquet ruth. Those kansas did friends was catch. He went raise mary and then ruse. Mary doubled down unconscious. He's on cautious. I get one more unconscious that guys. Would you consider yourself more cautious or unconscious. Quick break. We'll be right back here on. Texoma wrigley trace. Have you heard about the follow. I opened up the door. And turn the tv on. And i went for only sixty plus channels twenty five bucks a month unlimited. This loan the b. t. v. h. One hallmark lifetime. Maybe some nickelodeon snick still. I think it's all that slime time long on mod. Let's go what about figured out. What about twenty. Five percent off two months of filo what about tv slash files for everyone. You let me tv size age pants. Follow ads getting out of hand. At least at first segment was airtight and it was so nothing to it. So it's not nothing you could cut out of there. Nothing to it but to do it. That's right l. The people that hate us will really hate that for segment of the people that seem to love. These episodes will love that segment so it a little bit of everything and flashing a little bit is. Let's get our wind. Calls the heart pants on and get through this system. Cinched tight around the midsection but still feel like root rock. Cover songs of nickelback of nickel. Y'all covers of nickelback song. Yes boy. I just didn't think that was accommodation. Let's get to the hot take. Okay of the finale of season three for win calls. This is our third season finale. How did this one grab your pal all boy by the horns and did not let go It was great This is right. yeah. I stand by. It was by far the best episode of the season. It was the most interesting of the season Mainly because there were some steaks less than you would think would. nevertheless they were there. People were endanger. At some point we do not have resolution on gallon. Somebody gets married finally. Yeah other than it being. Good what more could you want. I would love for it to be good. Really want what more could be walking on the table. what This is what i just wanted to be watching. Today was watchable. there was a flood. Dan brought us down. I don't know if you've heard brought me down. Yeah i agree with you. I thought this was This swell and you know better than season. Two's finale finale. We've had supplied the judge at the season one. You guys were both riding high. You both were like. I can't wait for season. Two christ broadly but how actually panned out. Here's here's another reason. Why season one better is because it meant something to the show at large. This episode is self contained. Gallon being the only exception. Every loosen is tied up. It was a self contained episode. It mattered not in the grand scheme. Somebody married that matters. Yeah but we knew that was one of the lord. We knew that was coming. We knew that pascal. Hutton and kevin smith. We're getting married. We knew that well in this great they did the other one sets up all this great stuff sees in which delivered. But the finale on its own season one is the best episode of of the show has a lot more potential but it didn't deliver because their season change was trapped but we're talking about it as standalone. We have to talk about. What a nasty standalone episode. Who was fine. It was just great. Today was wonderful. Yeah i like this. I like i like to plenty. I thought there was a lot going on. There was a lot also not going on some autonomously as tends to happen But of the things that was going on it was exciting. And we'll get to it but me excited for the future of this show so you would say when something happened. It really happened when something's happened. It really happened and when things didn't happen it really didn't happen. Yeah but it's set up things. I believe for the future. This would well. They're married now. She caught the bouquet. The ten people are now safe. Faith is sticking around town potentially lead a brand. This is. this is this and i will tell you. I've thought through this. it look out. This is what it says. I'll i'll tell you three things you're giving away the segment but whatever three things that this episode set up for the next season one was with bouquet that sets up the fact that she's going to get proposed to next season. Yeah number two. There's something fishy going on. That gallon wanted to leave town quickly. Four we don't know the specifics that's going to set up. A storyline doodo specifics. And they happen in this episode. What are the specific on now. He felt unloved by the townspeople. He was like they're all coming against me. And there's money missing as well. Yeah but that's not from this episode. But what i'm gonna prior but gallons back in town but he's still uncon- cautious you don't us but he's setting us set up anything. Just go ahead go ahead. I found myself halfway through this episode pulling for the landslide And it was a decision. Did not to lightly. Obviously people's lives are at stake but hear me out lance if a landslide brings them down. We're done so obviously lane site didn't come out on top and that's unfortunate. It's unfortunate for those of us who are pulling for the landslide that we have to watch more more this show at the very least. The current he didn't float the float didn't take him. He wasn't on like a beer float down. The river got knocked out in the current and landslide took him but everyone lives to to tell another story. Write another novel acted another episode. And i think we're all worse for it so season three in the book. She will not be missed for all the fields for shows. What in this game is feels. Free landslide feels When the little girl was in peril that i have a little girl. I would not want her near landslide. And so when i picked my daughter kids when i pictured my daughter near landslide i thought man i would not like that. What if it was a landslide. Cover sung by natalie maynes encounter. Oh yeah. I want my daughter. That's totally different though. That changes everything. That's right now if it was a yacht rock cover now. We're getting interesting. christopher cross. maybe. Yeah i'd still want. I want my daughter front and center for that. Of course there's not a time. I don't want my daughter listening to landslide. It's the best saw top ten best songs. Wow bowl can never go wrong. I i would. Actually i would say top one hundred time. Yeah ty one hundred. Yes on top one hundred. I mean stevie nicks when she originally sings it crush on dossiers kebabs about her. Dad is fastened. If you listen is beautiful beautiful. Love it so good. Not as good as spot agree there. Fly wins in a landslide. Right up top fly is rig is holding his hand up for high five offscreen and i don't know who he thinks is going to give him one weird don't do don't you do it brand brand just went to give him. Yeah get on over here. Give me some good. My mike turned on. Just pop up good. This episode warns right. What does one big. I wanna episode. Smaller better probably better stronger faster. Yea feels for me is just you know. The wedding was nice. Happy finally happened dan. No let's go to a quick break. We'll be right back yard. I feel like i'm feel segment here. That's what i feel like. You need your own. Dan do you feels. I do not seem to give people a break from looking for your smolder rating for an unconscious jack. Ten on cautious feels just throwing cautious conscience to the win. Hey let's get to the. Let's get to the way what part of the show we're talking about in this episode of gave us the wait. What's Yeah opening up. Have seven. I got blake. Check my notes real quick. Got another no because i got one close with the fabric. Same mentions you know. I'm about to take that from you because go ahead daniel. Jack is at the wedding after having ammonia. That wedding is not that we yes. It's several weeks. Yeah i got nothing for a wait. What other than nope. I got nothing. There's not there's no again this is never shows. The show is what is at this point. Wait what the whole thing. But it was the best episode. Yeah we want for me for a for the bar. Where it's at dan which is granted it's on the lowest rain wrong possible. You can't actually doing. Let's dance where you try to get into limbo the limbaugh if you can get like low and stuff like that if this was limbo. You couldn't do it. It's physically impossible to limbo any lower. This show exceeds the limbaugh limit limit solo show. Good my way. What and i imagine you're going to Piggyback off this. Dan the lane site itself. I am confused. Yeah you know what. I'm gonna let you do the things that you're going to do. I am confused as to like. I continue to not fully understand the layout of hope valley in general the basic layout of the town confuses me but the way that this landslide like seal to like take a pause for a while and then show back up with jack. That was confusing to me. It was like oh. I think we're in the clear everybody and then oh it's back and better than ever I was confused by about. I'll let you continue. Dan here with the landslide and the physics lands land landside. This landslide knows. What were you saying. I've got made into the to realize didn't know it. It's not what you're saying. I realized i didn't know the two salvadoran heard it. Trailed off parole dog take existence so we could just play it back right now quick but you can in fact recording and play it back in tracy get better over there we we still recording mcgillicuddy. Wherever yep well maybe. They built it back up. Never forget okay all right okay anyway. The landslide the physics of this. Make no sense now. If i understand minds correctly minds are typically underground or inside of a mountain. Those are the two places for minds now. This landslide could have happened on top of the mountain and closed the mine entirely. I by the sound. What happens this landslide. Somehow takes the miners and floods them down a hill. If you're in a mine and walk out of that manure at the bottom of whatever there is there's nothing below a mine that's outside terrain for people. You don't think that it could be now. We talked about this amid mind. It's it's with a ramp going up. It's amid mom ramp situation. Even though in the entire first season every scene at the mind like the business places here and then you just go right into the minds here. There's no hill anywhere but for this scene. There's a landslide from above the mind that drops them below the mine. I just out. The landslide just picks them up and takes out down. What down if it's amid might okay. So here's the mind right here. So i want to be clear. Mid minds don't exist. Yes they do if you had to ramp up ramp. Why would you go up a hill. Deminers down you're going up a hill to interro mind. That is the bottom or inside a mountain in this will maybe down once you get elevator. Play you're okay. But maybe her on the level is the monday you see them walking in and out of the time but what. What's the best way to access the mountain is you and i both know that. This bland side makes no sense. It doesn't make any sense at all and doing admittedly okay. It's not it is baffling points. It's baffling it. Now amid mind it would be the only way that this makes sense. The problem is amid mine is not a real thing. You don't think that there's any place where people with ramps going up to the mind just you. It stands to reason that anywhere. There's a mind in history has tried to be as flat as poss- where the mine is. But maybe that's exactly the issue they've already dug through the lower portions and now they're trying to get to the upper portions of the mind. What because you're digging out the mind right in the minds. The whole mountain the mountains of mine. Yeah but you're not you've already gotten the lower court but they go. They still have to go back up to leave. The problem is is what you're saying. Is that when they go up. There is somehow a precipice when they leave the mind that they're taken down right because as running out to the ramp. Okay there the whole all right and then they come out with down sweeping them to ramp mira mine that doesn't exist. How are you going to get to the middle. It's all flat. Everything else would be underground. If it's still above sea level it just seems very not only to put a mind on the side of a mountain and well. The bottom of a mountain can still take place above sea level but there are no mountains neat like hope. It doesn't have any mountains. We're to assume that this minds underground. That's the only way that it can be whenever they walk up to it. You don't see a mountain anywhere. i'm giving them the benefit of the doubt with a mountain. Let's be honest there's no more landslides cole. I know it the the physics of this. Don't make any sense one telling us to be some sort of hill for that. It'd be a landslide right but not if it's a hill it's not going to create a big enough landslide to do anything clearly. It was because this was a hill died on great also just three minutes but that it was worth it worth my set up my moments your moment i do want to be clear about one other thing and this is just for you folks at home. I know it's twenty twenty one but apparently when you still need to tell you. This new mona is contagious You don't wanna mess around with it. If you get near you could also get in one thousand nine hundred. They knew it was contagious. So don't add. It knows contagious. Then but yet like elizabeth is just full on mouth kissing jack with pneumonia. I don't like i get it. You love him. Have you got her worth and She got her back. Seen nine hundred eleven. Good luck also in that part of the country. I don't know nobody. Okay and i guess we're just going to skirt right over the fact that rosemary promised an entire bunch of kids that the circus would come to town with no with no like even forethought to try to say name. One thing that rosemary's promise that hasn't come to come to refer russian. I don't know i'm just saying no. It ended up for next us. The promise key coming next. she's a promise. Keeps you promise keeper. No way around. It was always the how. What's the longest and a promise keepers events. That would go by before someone would make up. Both bathrooms or for the boys joke every poem. Keep within the opening. You're gonna use this. Is now your chance like it was always there was always that. Gosh are you talking promise keepers. That could be a reason why we're having a lot of problems over here evangelical community. Yeah i got. We're no hurry. i don't think christmas. Don't blame promise keepers. They're great time for the hill hopes valleys. Yes sure let's do it. It's where we talk about something that's giving us hope for the future or bonus out i'm gonna start with panda my hope for season four. I'm going to go ahead and say what what setting up for. i think. My hope is that they get jack. Elizabeth get engaged early so that we can now have a full season of enjoying engaged. Jack and elizabeth. That would be a fun game. No more more games. They're building for the future. And that's what i wouldn't they you know like let's i would say i think i think episode one of season for they're going to get married or engage. I'm sorry i said marriage. I jumped way far ahead. I jumped that gun episode one. They get engaged love it. I think that's what they're setting up. That would be hot. I think it would be so good and refreshing. Isn't anything bumming you out gallon. But only because he's not here i want. I hope he's okay. I'm also a little bummed nor did not die. I said that nora was toast. I thought that the only reason. I don't want nor to actually die. But i thought that that would really enhance the plot here. Norris fine. I just wanna know what's going to happen with gowan. It's bumming me out. That we did not have more gallon. Gallon or you're gonna get though who knows you could be anything my hope is. I'm excited for next season. To see the new characters. Come in and remember was in the season one to season two. They just brought in a bunch of new and do this to sign you know with the landslide and all so. I'm excited to see who get because you know some people are coming. That are going to be some excited to see that. And i'll go to my good friend dan. okay Hopes nothing bali scallon. And i'm out what about gallon. He's they don't know what to do this character. And why can't we just have a monster on the show. Just quit him though mean quit him. Yeah quit him. I mean he's getting. I've said until gallon if they either reconcile what gallon was with what he is now or they make him that again gallons valley every week. Okay because it's bad. Show writing sort down at this. Did you assume going back to promise keepers and the restrooms. Did you assume because of boy meets worlds. There was a couch and every girl's bathroom. Because i definitely did the when i was very very little my mom taught and i was like i was at the k. three k. Four where she taught and she would take me into the restroom with her and there was a couch in that restroom And so that. Plus boy meets world dues. You wanted it. yeah. I saw it. You're still not entirely now overnight. Still murky details. It's time for the the what's called my heart. You can email us. Holiday dot com with the pocket watch. Non jackson ruler one alert one when he was alert and with it at the end i would say six. The whole he's knocked out. I would say a three or four. He's still hot. I mean he's just smoldering. What's the smoldering cookies folder for the episode. Just number six. Wow four three. let's call my heart emails. Hello at the hallmark dot com. And you can have your email read as well theresa carp or carpe diem. Aarp e so pay carp. Hi what's calling. My heart is brand singing. My name during the cookie. Palooza brandy remember doing this. No back in your brain now back there. I joined the event about an hour into it and saw brains downfall. I laughed so hard the entire time. I told everyone that. I never thought watching three grown men. Eating cookies would be so funny. When the event ended. I went back to the beginning. Hoping that you hadn't missed my name. You can only imagine how thrilled i was. When brand started singing. I rewound it several times so i could videotape it and posted to facebook and shared it with everyone. I know it made me feel super be singing three. Can you send us said i. Don't i generally don't remember it. I don't know what the tune was. Got video tend to take then. We don't have to go through. We don't i don't think you know. Do you guys want to rewatch. I don't don't. I think if the videos already trams to us it's been a tough year for my family. My father passed away along in a nursing home in june twenty twenty and it was devastating to the family that we couldn't be with him in the end he died from cancer. Not it listening to you. All talk is the highlight of my day. And you keep me laughing. Thanks for all. You do terry carp carpet. The fish not carpet like carpe diem. Now we know jerry. Our condolences will also thank you so much for your kind words. It's more than generous. 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Psychotically Eclectic Author Brad Schreiber

Unstructured Interviews

1:03:18 hr | 1 year ago

Psychotically Eclectic Author Brad Schreiber

"Hey before we get started want to let you know that. The show is both on instagram. And under UNSTRUCTURED P. Please come by check. Check it out if you like to show say hello and tell me what you think. Thanks my name is Eric and this is unstructured. Or we have dynamic anemic informal conversations with some amazing people. Today we are joined by the author. Brad Schreiber who was self self described as psychotically ECLECTIC. He has written multiple books including revolutions end. Most recently music is power power. He also wrote death in paradise which I think was turned into a TV series. Is that correct. That's right. It was called North Mission road. Look at some the case is in the history of the La coroner fantastic them. It's great to have you on rabbi the way I am not at all insulted by being called psychotically collected because Britain role media and I'm an instructor on the literary consultant and Working in all different media is fascinating to me. Each one has its special challenges and its rewards you Acetate Institute Tourists Reminder Sand with some fun warm people like The Manson family. And I don't tour with the man in the family that I probably wouldn't like the tour that I conduct Eric I work with a company called Esoteric. That is the architecture architectural in La History Tour Company and Richard. Shaving Kim Cooper are amazing. People they're preservationists as well as knowing an incredible amount so I have a tour called Manson land that I've been doing with their company for about four years. And because it's so high high profile you know dealing with the Manson murders and has new information. That's never been published. It's sold out for four years The other tour I do do for them is related to revolutions end That's subtitle by the way on. That book is the Patty Hearst Kidnapping mind control. Aw and the secret. History of Donald to freeze and the S. L. A.. SLA being Symbionese Liberation Army which kidnapped Patty in a nineteen. Seventy FOUR TURNS OUT LONG STORY SHORT DONALD TO FREEZE The black prisoner who became the head had the SLA had drugs used on him at the California medical facility at Vacaville and then a CIA officer her in conjunction with Bill Prison decide to break him out and run him as a double agent. Now you I got confused on. Who is now? I know Coltman Westbrook is kind of figure had versus wholesale. Westbrook was the black. CIA officer who who who led Donald to freeze to believe that he was just going to be a double agent in the bay area. which was the center in seventies of far left activism activism and Ronald Reagan wanted to get the Black Panthers and the antiwar `terrorist locked up You know they considered considered the black panthers the greatest threat in the United States. And of course they were founded in Oakland. So I've done to our radio shows on this if in my responsibility to make coherent in in about thirty more seconds. No Way I'm going to do that is tell you that revolutions revolutions in is about a black man in donald the freeze who never had a chance became a double agent and sadly was wiped out along with five other white followers in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy four in Los Angeles in the largest shootout in. US history three and the white followers never knew was that lurch double agent. I'm sorry something about Waco was yeah. Was that larger than Waco. There were five there were five hundred. LAPD California Highway Patrol and FBI people firing being into a small stucco house in south central Los Angeles on May Seventeen of nineteen seventy four. They fired ten thousand rounds. Owns Eric into that house. And they received fire about one hundred bullets and finally and and this is the one thing that wasn't research search of other people I found out from an La Times report that what the Times reported as tear gas being shot into that. The House on East Fifty Fourth Street really was incendiary devices. Were called myrow technic grenades. There were meant only for outdoor riot-control like flash grenade. Thanks yes and they knew that if they fired in the house it would set it on fire but you had a primarily white police force in a totally black neighborhood on national. TV by the way forgot to mention that on all three networks showing five hundred officers firing into this House House to take out a double agent who they didn't want to live because he would have testified against the FBI the LAPD and so forth and so on a weird thing to hear because that means you're saying all the cops themselves were knowledgeable or Sir no not at all. They're only small group down to freeze had worked for something in the LAPD called criminal conspiracy. Section is a snitch. He it was a snitch. And again referring back to Governor Ronald Reagan and Ever younger was his attorney. German very militant their their attitude was anything we do to undermine the black panthers whether it's extra legal or not is justified because they're a threat so you know local law enforcement well the LAPD was like no other agency in the United States at that time Eric because they had FBI and CIA officers. Here's who would come to Parker Center and liaise with the LAPD about the criminal conspiracy section. And what they were doing because Oakland was what's the center of the Black Panthers and California had more militancy than anywhere else in the US. So it's this wild story. That is very very complex and I knew about it as a young man growing up in the bay area and finally I stumbled onto story by Dick Russell in Argosy argosy published in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six that put together the final pieces and I went to him and I said why. Haven't you written a book and You said no major publisher's going to touch this Brad. I have all the documents but you know you're not gonNA get a major book deal in New York. I said well I'm obsessed with it so I'll buy your research off you. And he gave me it and you know it was the Rosetta Stone of research about the creation of the SLA was Dick Russell the Pi Dick Russell was and still is a wonderful political writer researcher. Now Roy on environmental mental issues Yeah Yeah but there. It's mind boggling and highly dense But really fascinating and Jeffrey Toobin Book came out the same day as mine. Of course yeah. Of course he didn't follow this because again No major publisher in New York. No matter how much research you have is going to publish a book that criticizes Ronald Reagan The CIA The FBI the LAPD in my defense. I also criticized the far left. And how naive they were But there's a great great book about the C. I. A. M. K. Ultra drug experiments which are part of revolutions in it's called poisoner and chief inspire inspire terrific writer named Stephen Kinzer about Sidney Gottlieb who ran m. k.. Ultra for the CIA for twenty years and a very peculiar accuser guy. So that's kind of fun book and that just came out yeah. I'm starting to get a vibe on some of that. I know you've looked into my back catalogue in. I have some people on who deal with mind. Control and things like that Chase US and I have a book that was written by somebody at China. I think it might have been Cambridge. I can't remember the school why he was very deep into that really early days of Of the mind. Control Back Taylor. I knew about it as I say when I was going to San Francisco State I had the grades and got accepted to Stanford and and UC Berkeley. But I didn't have the money so. SF state was my only choice. But I did a lot of political research while I was in a comedy group. The Bay area called the burlingame Philharmonic Orchestra and It was just something that fascinated me basically started. I did when I was at state and I saw a presentation about the JFK assassination by and. This is kind of weird. An organization based in Cambridge Bridge Mass Moldy Assassination Information Bureau and they laid out a lot of the basic ideas than the forensics that were were proof that it was impossible for one person to kill. JFK So then all the alternative newspapers and KPFA and KPFK the PACIFICA PACIFICA radio stations in California. We're talking about the fact that this donald the freeze character was working for the criminal conspiracy section Shen and what about the drugs that were used on him as a prisoner and I had a big slice of the picture but again until I got Dick Russell's research I didn't realize the full story and you were doing parodies of the phone calls the recordings. SLA in your head or group correct. Yeah the Comedy Theater Group Burlingame Philharmonic Orchestra and we were at KPFA in Berkeley. And we we did. We did a bid called Patty hearst for crafts Philadelphia cream cheese and It it's it's it sounds like patty is on a tape much like the tapes that were being plated. KPFA that communiques from the SLA. And I think the end of the a bit was somebody else off Mike the pigs cheese it with crammed so I figured that the you know ultra hip people in Berkeley quickly would would kinda smile morbidly and say Oh. That's darkly amusing. We actually got calls from people going. Is this another. SLA Communique Nick is the ethylene making fun of Craft Philadelphia cream cheese. What's going on here? Well in fairness you have to admit this. Some of their messaging was kind of confusing using. Oh well you know one of the things I obviously. I'm politically rather far left. So far left and I'm ready to fall off the edge but in revolutions end I say you know you WanNa create an organization that is going to change America in a very militant era. You don't take on military names you also don't Rob Banks You don't kill the I black superintendent of schools in Oakland which which as people were reading revolutions and Difference was ordered to do may thickly. You know how it it is with a snitch. When you're on the outside your controller so you do as I say and if you don't we'll just leap at your snitch and someone will take you out on the outside aside? The freeze basically made a Faustian bargain. That no other black prisoner at Vacaville prison would sign onto because they knew it was a Faustian bargain and that they'd be as good as dead. The only reason that the freeze was the one who agreed is because he was targeted because he'd already been a snitch for the LAPD and they figured this guy's perfect for us and it was the only one to to agree to it. Even though other black prisoners were asked to run the SLA four him. I told you if an insane story and we could spend the whole interview interview talking about it but I'm glad that I wrote it because it stay with me for decades and then finally I figured if I don't write this nobody else else is going to and Dick Russell said you have my blessing and you have my research. Let's it's kind of a dark book you don't walk away feeling good. Yeah it's true. I mean I wrote a humor writing book. So what are you laughing at and You know that's that's my more up a book in the Niners ten that I've written but There's humor believe it or not in revolutions in one thing that I thought was kind of amusing or fascinating living with the attempted rape of Nancy Ling Perry. Well that's Kinda Dr to. Yeah where she. We're some kid. Try didn't know that she was a member of the SLA Rang the doorbell letter safe house. And she basically kicked his ass knocked out of his hand and and scare them away. But Yeah Yeah you. You rang rang the doorbell of the wrong house. Buddy but also the freeze will how can we put this tasteful. He was under under educated. Let us say and he was on drugs. He was a drug dealer while he was in Vacaville. They're giving him women to sleep with and they were given I. Yes yes this is definitely so this is from Dick Russell's research Anyway so quirky story. He is that he would go to other black prisoners. He trusted vox bill and he wouldn't tell them I'm a double agent. And they're breaking the out. He'd say I'm going waiting to break out of here and for my own Revolutionary Group. And then I'm going to have you come with me. Oh really what's it called. And he forgot the name that he was given by Colston Westbrook. So he said called the the the Lebane- Lebanese army got the name wrong. That's right I remember that. Yeah he I guess. He came across sympathetic in some ways. But I I don't know I don't have that much much sympathy for the group personally. Of course not because they were they were violent but it wasn't entrapment and basically freeze the day that he signed onto being LAPD double agent. Basically that was that was the end of his freedoms now back to the altar and all that I did find a book called spiritualism or SPIRITISM BY G H S. Two books are you follow. ESTA Brooks Yeah I'm sorry to tell you that. ESTA Brooks in. My research is one of those guys even middle of mind control. He's like Sidney gottlieb kind of character. He's like the Louis Jolyon west of UCLA who did Mind Control Control Experiments. You know the CIA gave huge amounts of money. The Not only to you know what you would think be. You know typical prisons prisons but also to universities you know to journalists William F. Buckley was on the CIA payroll Eric. So you get a sense of how insidious their influence was back. Then the unabomber. If I recall was part of the experiments show me say. I've heard that as well home so so I guess you get A sense of Reagan and of course Nixon being president and their sense of militarism and paranoia toward what was considered to be a possible revolution. And I don't think we'll ever see it's like again in. US history for literally. Yeah yeah literally I was just GonNa say Eric People like Reagan and younger and Richard. Nixon believed there was going to be a military attempt at overthrowing the US government which I think is absurd. Well they were being. There was a a lot of people who are feeding that stuff too. It's like I couldn't help but think of parallels with Colin Westbrook and how he was sort of running you know donald freeze but then. There's some speculation about Krishna. VENTA being influence on Charles Manson and all of these guys had this running theme of well. Okay I'm it's hard to get my thoughts together but I found it very interesting that you were talking about the worries of I guess you say Black Revolution and they were emulating the situation with the SLA. But Charles Manson was emulating that situation or his family's emulating that situation as well in the opposite one of the things I talk about on the Etro tour a bus tour of Manson land God bless Richard and Kim because they have introduced me to people in the La Sheriff's department and the it once again it's the Black Panthers it turns out that there's an angle by which Manson's since followers especially the quote unquote girls were trading dynamite found in abandoned gold mines in California uh with Black Panthers And in exchange the girls brought back to Manson's group guns and one day the Black Panthers there's greeted Manson's girls with the dynamite and said thank you. Now get the hell Outta here or before we kill you. And that was the end the relationship so the L. L. A. P. D. and the La Sheriff's both could have arrested while they did arrest Charles Manson and his followers initially and then let them out and then the infamous murders happen they could have kept them in jail and basically my research reveals through. You know Richard in Kim helping me that the LAPD and and the sheriff's Department thought that there was going to be an a violent engagement between Charles Manson's followers and the Black Panthers and they left them out. They're hoping for that engagement. So that they could sweep up and arrest any black panthers so so there's a similarity in terms of the theme of we'll do anything to break up the Black Panthers enters Between revolutions and and of course the Manson murders and would it be fair speculation. I've always kind of felt that Charles Manson himself was nowhere near as dynamic or fantastic as as billing. Well if you're talking about as music music Eric I would tend to agree with you. I think it's pretty bland Charles Manson again. I like because I've I started writing in writing feeder when I write a non fiction book I want the protagonist no matter how negative to be three dimensional. Sure and and without apologizing Charles Manson. You've got to remember that. His mother was a prostitute never knew his father he was raped in jail and within the reformatories and he was not a normal guy before he got out of his teams. I agree so one thing he learned was how to manipulate violate young women to to tell them they were beautiful. He learned from Dale Carnegie. He actually worked for a while for scientology. What was wild he were you got cut off? Yeah he was he was a guy who worked for scientology in Hollywood. And we're and we're trying to recruit people and that didn't work out so well my good friend Paul Krassner who we lost. Not Too long ago had done a lot of really great articles about the SLA in about Manson found out that Manson was let go by scientologist because he was a a little creepy but he wanted the reason he studied. Eric is he wanted to learn how to manipulate the the women that would basically become his family and again without going. Too far down the rabbit hole. The Manson land tour talks about the fact that he watching completely in control of the family. Exactly why Tex Watson and Linda Kosabe Ian were running drug deals without his is knowing it Tex Watson introduced Charles Manson to Sharon Tate. We wasn't a random murder so if you take week if you take Quentin Tarantino's amusing movie and you take Tom O'Neill's chaos book which is twenty years of here. All all the people I met and I still don't know what happened. And you set all that aside and say this guy was a lunatic who manipulated people. And he was burning people on drug deals and the people in his family got out of control and and killed people without his authorization nation. You have a better understanding of what Manson was about. And if you look into then Bouli. OC who wrote helter skelter which sold a couple million copies sir. You understand that. He was accused of prosecutorial misconduct. Because he he was trying to use Susan Atkins as a star witness. And the man tonight said you testify against Charleen. You're in big trouble. So all of a sudden she was unreliable liable and Buluwayo say was stuck with Linda Ca Sabin and he said you know. Put your hair up in pigtails and look innocent. Well forget the fact that you were one of the biggest LSD dealers in Boston will forget the fact that you and Tex Watson were burning people in drug deals in Los Angeles Angeles and you will testify that Charles Manson ordered the murders. And if you do that we will give you immunity. And if you don't do that you you will never see the light of day again. This pretty common honestly it's unique to The Manson family. I mean they're always trying to flip somebody sure but in essence they're flipping. Linda Kosabe Ian to lie so so actually Bouli. OC is also Guilty of of Leaking stuff to the press which could have created a mistrial and Charles Manson could've walked and and part of all of this. I guess the best way to wrap this part up part of all this is that they had a legitimate fear the LA DA's office and that fear was if Charles Manson was ripping off people with drugs and Tex Watson and Bobby Beausoleil went crazy in drug burns and killed somebody in a panic. Charles Charles Manson is an accessory and in one thousand nine hundred seventy and accessory to murder could get eighteen months. Can you imagine what the world interest in the Manson murders. What would have happened if the La da even if they got convictions actions against the others? If Charles Manson only got eighteen months they had to lie and say that he ordered the murders nothing. He's a good guy and then it should have walked free but there was no way in hell and again it's ever younger. Are Powell who worked with Ronald Reagan and the SLA Soleil was ever younger. Who basically went to Buoy Osi? Who was two years in the? DA's office went around the DA. who was in charge? WHO said? Hey it's just a bunch of drug burns and and younger realized that Bouli Osi was saying not only. Could it turn our reputation if Manson gets accessory but it will make our reputation in our careers if we say. He's the Spin Golly who hypnotize people to murder rap thing. They're just a bunch of burnout to screwed up in drug burns. And that my friend is the inside nine-story of the Manson murders. Since truthfully nobody would really care if it wasn't for Sharon tate same way nobody really care about the SLA without Patty. Hearst this is this is very true which is a kind of a sad comment because when you when you think about you know what the LAPD in the CIA a were doing. It's terrible it. It's a horrible history and people should know more about this stuff but again people perceive it as radical politics and it doesn't sell and so forth and so on ask you about that a little bit because you you know admittedly elise year I guess Somewhere to the left of Bernie Sanders. We're looking at practical guy. I know that when Elizabeth Warren says I I want Medicare for all that she's making a huge tactical error the politician because to not recognize. That's how powerful the health industry and big Pharma is in. This country is to just be naive. Like they're the things that you and I want in World Eric and then there are things that are possible given the system. You can't boil the ocean now. That's not where I was going where I was going to sit. I I look at you know a lot of stuff. There happened there in. It's obviously from the laugh. Door would be perceived as left. But they're also have been some Bruce Miss Justices or you know real questions about things going to the right and you know a lot of people say that Waco way out of hand and there are there. Instances like that because Waco kind of generated forget the other one ruby rich sorry Ruby Ridge route in college by most as terror waivers and they were hard core right winging borderline Nazis. I I know of that but I'm kind end of wondering if this is not a government. That's anti laughed. Maybe it's just it's a government that's anti anti-government does that make sense it. It's kind of. I'm curious because I've been on Shows we're the host is far right but what they appreciate about. My research is that I'm saying look at what these agencies have done in the name of justice and the law so you it's kind of you all of a sudden there's a middle middle ground shirt now of course if I talked about you know forgiving college debt. They go get off my show. But you know there's this interesting middle ground on of of people who do not trust the government and of course you know if Congress is at sixteen percent and you know. Donald Trump's impeached reached obviously. There's a huge movement in this country. Rejecting trust in government. The question is how do you change the system to make it better. there's so many things that prevent that lobbying You know campaign finance reform. you know citizens united there. There are so many things that enabled this system that a lot of people say. Hey lobbying thing is a form of graft it's a it's a an industry paying someone in order to look at the bills that they wants. Shouldn't it on the floor of Congress. Well that doesn't sound very very democratic to me. But that's the way our country operates so wild well DI radical but then you say okay. How do you change the system? And frankly my opinion is you're not going to get rid of K street in Washington D. C.. Where the lobbyists are what you have to do if you don't like what's going on is to create a huge financial? PAC you see a pack a Political Action Committee for whatever it is that you wanna change because the only way in the system that is controlled by money. He's to have more money money and more influence. And that's the way. I think we change things if you WANNA get automatic weapons off the street or you know change healthcare healthcare whatever. You're not going eliminate the system that we have. It's a system based on money and influence and favors. So how do you convince. It's the senators and representatives to vote for you you go. We're going to give you more money than they give you. It sounds completely insane incorrupt. Uh but it's actually a practical approach to where we are with democracy in two thousand nineteen right and one thing I've noticed is there's only one city in this country that no matter. What during a recession or during the good times said always grows? DC It's booming. They're always growing they're building. There's always something going up there and it's kind of funny because that's one area that produces almost no tangible tangible goods. It's lawyer Heaven there. They they give birth to more lawyers probably than anywhere else on lawyers. There's lobbyists account. It's yeah exactly so moving forward. I think that some would also argue that you can. Dan Influence politics via culture. And that's kind of. The premise of music has power correct. Yes yes the subtitle on that being Popular Songs Social Justice in the wheel to change. I don't know why I came up with the phrase will to change range but it it just resonated because people have such a negative attitude toward and there is a movement of authoritarianism going on in the world. We know that there's a mass migration of peoples based on not only climate change but authoritarian authoritarian and anti immigration policies. And it's not just obviously about the wall in the United States it's everywhere it's A. It's a really he tragic movement and so the will to change means. What are you willing to do to try? And be part of a movement and people. People are so disgusted with politics. That I started thinking people are really moved by music so I decided to do a book that covers covers in the last hundred years every genre of music that's ever had popular quote unquote protest songs. I prefer to call them. Socially socially conscious songs protest song sounds like the whole books about the sixties in. It's not starts with you know Woody Guthrie Joe Hill and Pete Seeger and then into the folk revival Bob Dylan and by says but we've got everything we've got Tom Lehrer and smothers brothers and comedy. We've got hip hop music take with NWEA and grandmaster flash and there's even country music in this book so you know Jeannie. C Riley's Harper Valley. PTA was probably the first socially conscious country song to talk about small-mindedness in in small towns that kind of revere country music and feel that You know they're the salt of the earth and it was a a woman who who had never had a hit Harper Valley. PDA is basically a song about a woman who is being condemned for wearing short skirts. And she goes up in front of the PTA and says oh well how come so and so had to leave town so quickly with with her boss not explaining it. And how come you're always you know nipping gin. How come you walk around naked? And you leave your blinds up so It sold two million copies because the only hit for Jeanie Riley in her career but even in country music mayor's been socially conscious music. Why would actually argue that? Like the Dixie. Chicks are braver than many the artists. You put up because she went against the grain or I'm sorry she. They went against the grain completely the country music air. All right though. You're right though it's Natalie maynes you're talking about. WHO said you know in London? This is ten days before the invasion of Iraq. Air She. She's In Shepherd's Bush in London. She says we want you all know that. We're a shame that the president of the United added states is from Texas. Where the Dixie chicks are from well the country music establishment radio stations the fans? They all turned on them. And in Barbara Coppell's documentary. Shut up and sing. You see when they get a death threat when they're in Dallas. Alice and that's why. I'm saying that they were braver. I mean there's a lot of people who quote protests out. Look Rolling Stone is is not going to trash you for protesting government in any way not like the country music industry if you're going to go against against of traditional style president so that I think there's different levels of bravery and they just wanted to point out that I do think that was actually brave. Yeah and they're actually one of the last two acts that I talk about in music is power or the Dixie chicks and Green Day and Green Day's American. An eighty eight is a really interesting example to come after the Dixie chicks because even though the Dixie chicks were attacked their following album. I'm not ready to make Nice. Actually won a bunch of Grammy's and by the time. Green days touring American idiot and then eventually gonNA musical on Broadway in which some of the characters are decimated by American society including one of them being soldier coming back wounded from Iraq. They benefitted by the passage of time in Iraq so that the lack of weapons of mass destruction. And You Know Oh Colin Powell you know not telling us the truth in front of the UN and you know. Bush saying that the nine eleven attackers connected to Saddam when they're actually from Saudi Arabia which is a client state of the United States. The Green Day by the time they tour for a lot of people who were super critical of Natalie. Maynes just saying you know George W Bush is an idiot All of a sudden they were. You're welcome not only in Europe but in the United States now admittedly. They're kind of hard rock with punk punk. Rock and country intriguing. Music is more traditionally patriotic people. Exactly they tend to be right exactly. And that's why I was saying you know it's like you're you're not going to find many people in the pucker world getting upset if you trash Bush or trump. Or anybody like that. No changing. You know it's fascinating. I mean. Look this is my attitude Eric. When half the people in America don't vote? Anything is possible in terms of political change. If you find a way to motivate the people who have given up on the system apathy is one of the biggest problems uh-huh we have. Yeah but something about apathy but You know what's the point ain't exactly well I look locally. That's part of things funny. Yeah well one of the people. I work with who was very politically active and gets his own chapter and music powers Frank Zappa. He was trying to create a late night. Like show Called night school and I was going to be as head writer. He was fascinating he he grew up. You know the chapter on him. I talk about how he grew up on the grounds of the edgewood Arsenal in Maryland which had huge tanks of mustard gas like a mile. Away from their house and and ZAPPA's the father actually had skinned tiff that had been done with chemicals because he got paid extra if he agreed to be a Guinea pig. And had these you know skin tests. That's with chemicals. Done so and Zappa himself had asthma as a child. So by the time they get to California you can imagine the the shaping of the psyche of this guy who saw this horrible stuff that the government was doing that was directly affecting his family. He was kind kind of ones though himself right. He didn't do drugs. I mean is bizarre and wonderful and strange and scatalogical as his music was he didn't do drugs He he told his band members. You know we're GONNA Rehearse the hell out of this stuff. 'cause his charts were incredibly complex flex unusual time signatures and you know just phenomenal music and agreed variation you know he wrote classical music as well eat. Eat the Sin Clavier Fin Clavier. Some people say but I call it the same clavier which at the time you could load in any tone and you could play it on. The keyboard for the sound of breaking glass could be processed into the clavier and you could play breaking glass On the keyboard In any event he was kind of a remarkable guy to work with and you know show up at his house where writing session and he had fee span and C. Span two on and he'd be listening to the debate of you know the Congress and he it'd be Briley you. That guy is full of crap. I that guy just took money from selling so he was so knowledgeable about the corruption that he was obsessed with it. Ah amused by it. And of course he's a great hero because the Parents Music Resource Center which was trying to censor rock music lyrics with with timber them covers Tipper Gore right. Al Gore was was on that committee and tipper was part of PM. Morrissey so James Baker's wife Secretary of State James Baker that Zappa took tens of thousands of dollars in one thousand nine hundred eighty six dollars out of his own pocket to fight you know what the PM Marcy was trying to do and partly through. His efforts failed so he was rather patriotic. He put his money where his mouth was about politics. Also Kinda came across from what little I know touch cynical put touch. He was very cynical but he wasn't so cynical that he dropped out of trying to change the system. This this was is a guy who's more libertarian. than he was democratic he wanted he wanted the country to keep its hands off of you know his pocket book which is a very Lubar -tarian value and don't forget I mean he was a combat. A composer conductor a musician and engineer producer looser and a distributor of his own music. And then he went off into when he did video he also funded that himself. That's typical Libertarian Shall we say combination intern. Because somebody who is so self reliant and smart will often skew libertarian. Because they're in the motive. Leave me alone you know. Well a lot of musicians have been ripped off historically because they didn't pay attention to the contracts they were signing and that was I'm in charge and I will do all the necessary footwork in order to look over contracts because I want to be the boss. I'm wondering what he would think of spotify and things like that now he would hate it by the way John McLaughlin to wonderful electric guitarist who was using the mob each new orchestra and I got to interview him for music power talking about Jimi Hendrix and mcglaughlin told me that that's he knows who had a million hits on spotify and get pathetic royalty checks. Oh yes they are not being compensated. -tated fairly so in essence. Unless you're one of the very few who break big and you get a lot out of television promotion. You can still be a band that gets a lot of renown and a lot of hits and a lot of sales and you. You can barely make a living. And that's a very sad change in the music industry and and mcglaughlin also told me another thing which I agree with with and makes me a little sad. When he left Miles Davis and he started working with his own band the Mojave Snow Orchestra? They used to pair them. mm up with country rock bands and hard rock and folk rock and in a way they would team up people it with with other people that weren't in their genre and people's attitude and going to live music was oh this is going to be kind of interesting. Let's see who's supporting John McLaughlin and sometimes it worked and sometimes people said I don't care I just WanNa see John McLaughlin but you won't see that anymore anymore. You won't see mixing genres in live. Music acts in the US anymore. That's too bad some of that was created by I don't know if you've seen I think it's called corporate radio but in the late nineties. How all of the radio stations you know? Change the laws up and they consolidate its. He had clear channel and groups like that to wind up owning like every radio station. The same town will look. Jazz is music in the. US is always going to be very select and it's always going to be more popular in Europe that's just about tastes. What clear channel did was it? Also eliminated this jockeys influencing the playlist because all of a sudden it was corporate and all of a sudden. The corporation Shen owned more formerly independent station. It's the same artists right around the early eighties are still there. It's time you know you. You know you're talking to a Guy Eric who's cranky. Not a hippie. I I kinda missed the whole hippie thing. I was too young for that. But but the ethos of experimentation and open-mindedness is very important to me as a creative person. So whether I'm writing or I'm working as literary consultant and finding out what the client wants to do and encouraging them no matter whether it's you know something that's very specialized and we'll have a big audience. If the client wants to do it. I want to help them get there and I grew up on radio in the bay. The area in San Francisco so we're talking about Cam. PX KFI IN THE FIRST TWO FREE-FORM FM stations in the country. And those guys would walk into the studio Eric and go okay. Well you know I just heard about this band. You know the pen tangle and they kind of are medieval evil England folk music but then we're going to follow that up with Jimi Hendrix and then it will be Odeta and then buffy Sainte Marie and they would play such a unique combination of music that you could be exposed to stuff you would never hear otherwise and that's not really possible anymore and it makes me really cranky but at the same time I hate to say the independent artists are out there Youtube has been a channel for some artists who never would have gotten discovered come out and by taking a hit us you know the money out of out of it now. It's really kind of. They have have to really believe and really go at it because they're not gonNa do it for the bucks we'll let me put it this way. I think that this is the best time ever in history to be a fan of music because spotify and Youtube and all the different methods of dispersing music. It's fantastic you know. Oh you don't just listen to your. Fm Am radio anymore but the problem goes back to John. McLaughlin talking about spotify. It's harder than ever to make a living as a musician. Same thing is true in books. You know there's been a retraction and publishing it. Sounds like we're going around and around. It's it's it's the corporate talkradio you know. It's five or six companies owning all the major publishers. If you said to me Brad you can publish your own book right now. And and put it on kindle. I'd go great. Do you think you're gonNA make much money. As as getting a book published the by a Major New York publisher probably not unless you're yelled unity and left. Money is what I'm saying right. It's a weird. Yeah it's it's a crazy Z.. Balance I was GONNA say unless you're James and she managed to pull one out. Yeah yeah or you know. I'm not saying there aren't exceptions. E Book Publishing Eric is Actually a very great place for Genre Publishing You know dark gothic stuff. Very sexualize D- novel Romance novels especially those. Because I feel like those are the novels. People wouldn't read on the train because the cover would be up but how nobody Kazuya. That's right that nobody can see that salacious artwork on the cover. Those are also driven by incredible fandom. So and that's that's part of the effort for bands and authors who aren't with the nature label or publisher. Is You gotta find a way to find your audience and it takes a lot of work. It's really a fulltime job. So you need the money to hire you. Know Somebody who's great with with publicists. You know who are really connected or someone who can manage your your social media network and and that's something you have to do every single day so when I work with an author who says well. I want to write this book Allen Self Publish it I said well I'll help you get it as good as you can with my notes which you know that it's GonNa take a lot of work Oh No I don't WanNa do that. I only want to write the book. All right. Well then hire someone who's great great with social media you know. I want them to know what they're up against. Well can we discuss efforts saying because I think it's important there's a lot of creators who listen this is a podcast And it's a similar principle. What I believe is it takes a good three years or more to actually take hold and I'm speaking of especially from like a podcast area but books probably? Aren't that different either. Take some time will. I'm sorry to say again if we're talking about the model model of the big five or six in New York publishing you have a very short window much like if you're making a studio movie in Hollywood it you'll be in stores. Only as long as the book is selling well now. This is of course aside from Amazon which drives online sale. So if you write a book and nobody's heard of you and somehow it's a breakout success. They'll keep it in the stores as long as it selling. Don't forget the volume of books. Being in published traditionally means that. If it doesn't do well you got two months three months. You know now you can still be a success. If you you have efforts to use social media to drive people to Amazon Barnes and noble and all the other online publishers are fraction. Action of what Amazon is Amazon's the big dog. Yes eighty twenty rule In first mover advantage. But yes. Yeah so you can still. You could still fail in the stores and still have a financial in creative success If you drive online sales but you've gotta find your audience audience and in its fraction. Aided you know well audiobooks also have really taken off. Yeah I noted when we talked before before we started recording. That you like listening audio you listen to the audio revolutions end direct and that was incredibly fun but I learned a number number of things about the audio book industry. I didn't know and one is. They go really fast. You're recording being A. You know what was it is eight or nine hours revolutions. And I went into studio here in Los Angeles. That's part of you've The the Producers House he has a home studio. And you're doing six hours of talking today and I'm like can I have a break here. Yeah you can have fifteen minutes to have some hot tea and then we're back in those work we want. We want you to finish in four days brutal and could God God you know I'll be. I'll be lucky for my voice. Start cracking at the end of this interview but it was also incredibly empowering and and I know that it's a different experience here. Someone read a book to You than it is to to read it yourself. And some people have an inclination to e books and some Mike Physical and so Mike Audio. What's timing thing? It's the same reason. PODCAST SIR are very popular to you. Could do two things at once. I can be reading a book while mowing the lawn while doing dishes. We'll drive into work. that that allows me to time into the day. You know what's really ironic ironic about it though. Eric is that radio. Drama is not successful still as a medium in this country and this is the Golden Age podcasting. I'm looking developing a podcast by the way For Death in paradise my book about the La Karner Nice. That'll it'll go. Well Yeah and you know true. Crime Kinda drives podcasting. so that's kind of a natural fit but I love radio drama and you would think would so many people listening to podcasts. That they would be exploring that avenue as well. So it's out there Laura I believe is audio drama Lot audio drama. It's coming up I. I hope so because it's got big programming from from radio stations. Oh no no no no. It's independence but what's happening happening is. It's big enough that like podcast movement. Which is the largest conference has a track? Just radio drama Yeah I was lucky enough to A gap the science fiction work two of my favorite writers Ray Bradbury who I knew before he died. Really wow I I did a short story. It's called the one who waits about a well on Mars than habits the spirit of all the dead Martians. And then when an American American NASA crew land on the planet the Voice of the well takes over each of them psychically. Until they're all doc dead and they join with the will as one very spooky and and then the other is probably my favorite science fiction writer Philip K Dick Dick. He had a short story that I did for NPR's well called Fails pitch and this was you know. Usually Asli Science. Fiction isn't very funny. They're usually very dark or it's driven by hardware and violence but fails pitch is a future future where you walk down the street in your town and there are robots better constantly going. Hello Eric Hundley I would like to offer you my services and they try and sell you on stopping and they drive you crazy. And you'd Alenia loan in everywhere you go are fails robots and if one gets in your house they don't have the lead. Have you been open with that. Have you been on facebook lately. It's the same thing. Yeah and so. It's the story. One Guy who hates what side societies become in a sales robot gets into his house and won't leave until he finds the contract that have the sales robot fix everything that's life life and eventually he kind of loses it goes. I'M GONNA take my commuter rocket. Go to that vacation planet and get away from all this. So that's sales pitch and Philip. Philip K Dick was really I think maybe the greatest science fiction writer because the variety of concepts humor humor versus dramatic He explored Mind control he explored the identity of what it is to be human. You know he eh. He was just beyond most writers. What I think is funny? I kind of consider Philip K Dick to be like the velvet underground of of science fiction. You know the old saw the velvet underground not meet people bought their albums but everyone who did started a band Yeah Not many people read Philip K Dick but everyone who did was the SCIFI writer. Yeah but they do now. And what's really tragic about it. Is You know the the van Gawk principle you know. Yeah now you're now you're painting self or you know eighty million dollars but during your lifetime. You are this poor charting that you know well. Philip K Dick was living in an apartment in Fullerton in Orange County. I I been to it. It's no great shakes Powell and once he died bladerunner bladerunner comes out. And now you have to pay plenty to get the rights to even a short story. I don't think that radio series I I wrote sales pitch for could could actually be done today because it would cost too much for the rights it was produced and aired on NPR You know when you could actually afford to pay for the rights. Now you've got to be you know deep-pocketed and of course there are very many film and and Television projects based on his work. But all of it has come after Porterfield left us so I feel bad about that. Wow now to well for today. We're up to wrap it up because we're going to run. We could go on for four hours and and unfortunately not Joe Rogan. Can't and I I'm going to have to take a lot more lozenges if I do that. Exactly so To wrap things up bad curiosity about the guy who wrote a blurb on your book t Jefferson Parker. Wonderful Jeff Parker and I. We're on a panel when death in paradise my book the La Karner came out and we became good friends. I wrote an interview with him up up for the writer magazine and then when I was doing revolutions in I sent it to him and he loved it. He he He started out in journalism as a lot of very successful. Mystery and suspense writers. Do Conley I think's another one Prankul Conway is also another. That's right so so he knows how to tell a really well pay story but there are elements not only of drug cartels and sheriff's deputies. He gets into you know demonic possession. He gets he has three poetic sense. And the one thing I can tell you Eric when I interviewed him is He doesn't read a lot of true crime or suspense fiction. He reads novelists and I think that's pretty interesting that he understands that the dimensionality of characters is something you'd see more in literary fiction and his training as a journalist list teaches him how to really pay a great novel so that you're turning the pages and the blending those two styles I think is is something that really makes him well three time Edgar Award. Winning is the only ones. Yeah yeah very low key guy. I can't believe how ego lists. He is 'cause I've met a lot of Showbiz people who I admire. But you know you kind of want to slap them with fish sometimes because they're just arrogant and Jeff Parker if you just bumped into him somewhere you'd say oh you're kind of a surfer. You have probably a surfboard company that you own on in in Huntington Beach No. He's one of the great you know. Crime novelist of all time. Very cool guy. That's awesome and what is coming up next for Brad Schreiber. Well I'm working on a memoir. That takes place when I was seventeen to twenty two years old and a lot. Lot of crazy stuff happened Also I have a partner and we're taking death in paradise and developing it for both a podcast cast and for television cool and and I love doing. I'm GonNa continue doing the tours for. So Turek there might be a Manson book in there somewhere because the research that I've found from France and land like stuff I've found for the LA and revolutions in still it has been published so again maybe it's up to me. Sit Down and do the damn thing. It'll sell Manson cells there. There you go. And I recognize ignites that too radical politics in the seventies probably doesn't sell as well as drugs in Hollywood and all all the madness connected to the Manson story. We'll fantastic now. People can follow you at Brash. CYBER DOT com. Yeah Yeah I used to working. KCET as a writer producer. And I pick up. The phone was rushed. I go wherever wherever you have ended up from when Brash cyber fiber so that's my website. I'm I'm at Brad Schreiber on twitter. I Have Archives of my writing if you WANNA go to huffing and poster Mr Medium. I do journalism there. But mostly it's Through my website that I connect with people and have samples of my work can and loved hearing from people. You know I love that people come back into your life sometimes. Six seven years after you worked with them shifting principle fantastic and a breath. Thank you so much for coming on. I really enjoyed it Eric. And thank you for the six to ten hours. 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Who Cares About The Rock Hall?: We're Back!

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Who Cares About The Rock Hall?: We're Back!

"Everybody welcome to who cares about the rock hall a podcast about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame I'm your host joke was Allah I know too much about the rock and Roll Hall of fame even though I haven't been talking about it for an hour every week for the past however many months. With No. I've been thinking about non stop that voice your. Who's with me as always is someone who has felt free from the restraints of having to talk about the rock and Roll Hall of fame every week it's kristen stuttered Akerson. Hi Hat. Gosh I have not dedicated. Many thoughts. Many moments to the rock hall like at all. By Liar I am yeah and we're back we obviously were on a hiatus but we have hit the point where the twenty twenty induction ceremony or special whatever you WANNA call it. The long delayed event is around the corner. We've got less than two months until whatever that thing is and we thought it would be appropriate to get back into talking about the hall specifically revisiting the artists just leading up to this HBO Special Now. Have there been any ads for the special has tended been any no promotions no promos really it's still it's been. Quiet on that. Front. As much as it had been. When they decided to not have a ceremony there's been no pretty much no news. And is there like a landing page somewhere assuring us that this is happening in? November I can just see us getting your and then like. Yeah, Bayton switch again. Yeah. That you to me I also I don't think. So we're just kind of going off of their word. was there a press release or something there was definitely Yeah. Press release in an announcement and. That's all we really have to go off of there was an interview or two with some people who were were involved with the hall and I know that it had been stressed that this was not just going to be A. Lame like zoom. Greenie people thinking from their laptop camera. I think they're. Now that the you know RNC has shown us what's possible. Well seriously though the the Vm as kind of showed what you could do with an award ceremony Oh. Yeah. I've seen out T H I have seen only pictures from the Bahamas and they all seem to be like red carpet mixtures. I saw a picture of lady. Gaga at the microphone wearing a man yes. The the major I have not seen the VM as but the major kind of tent pole was that lady, Gaga performed with Arianna `Grande in the same space wearing masks with other dancers and like it was a production, they put on a production on a stage was there. Like plexiglass between or this is it I mean, they were I'm assuming tested and then massed up just for. Precautions and all the dancers were also masked. Yeah. It's so interesting because singing is the most dangerous. Off. Redder event of like that's what they've. 'cause. It was like Pat Choir rehearsal that became that super spreader event right at the beginning of the pandemic and it was like. A lot of people got sick from that one event because you are. Really pushing. Out. Extra. Really given it your all so. Interesting I didn't realize that there had been a live performance. Yeah and a lady Gaga almost had like a weird. I mean obviously she's going to go all out with the visuals but she had almost like a gas mask type thing that had like amounts at the end of it. Because she's not going to. Just wear a mask. She's not gonNa just wear a mask. She's GonNa give her all good for but we are seeing a return like if you look at the late night shows, we're seeing a return to studio recordings. You know like the tonight show is re recording from the studio even if there isn't an audience in, it's like very low personnel count. So we're getting to a point with live events and I know the EMMYS are coming up and they are going I've heard that they are going to do it. At like the staple center stellar whatever La live or wherever they do it and it's just going to be. I. Think Maybe people are going to be set up stations I don't know how they're going to do but that's also rumors but they. Try. To run a live event just because you need also like production crew you know it's not just the people that we're seeing on camera. You know it's like a whole production and also the planning Just. Wild. Yeah. They are also afforded the opportunity to really control it because it's not going to be live. This is all going to be pref- ill-named and carefully done and curated and edited that will all be done. Who knows how much longer prior to be event itself? Do you think they'll know who won beforehand before it airs and like they have to keep some. For. For the EMMYS. Yeah. I'm and I was if you can believe it, I was actually talking about the Rock Hall. On this show. Okay. Sure. Sure. Sure. Yeah I guess you could also talk about the rock. I mean personally I thought we were doing an unease. Special one but. Because, the EMMYS might actually be live but with the Rock Hall I, get the idea that they will be doing everything in parts for weeks. Oh, yeah. To the. But I I am curious if they'll be able to. Air. They'll want to structure it somewhat like a traditional ceremony or if they will try to take the form that were working with and do something new. You know I wouldn't. I wouldn't really those those titans of innovation, the rock and Roll Hall of fame I don't necessarily not banking on that I'm curious to you know the kind of thing about a live event is that. You can surprise the audience. You Know Kinda thing where you can feel it in the it's like when you're a special guests, it's like when? Don Henley came out for Stevie Nicks. Performance. Ceremony. And you know we didn't know it was going to happen and there he was and that was cool I. Wonder if that will have the same type of effect, those kind of surprises or I wonder if. They'll need to tell us who who's WHO's on it to get us to watch right because the way it works typically in terms of drumming up publicity for these ceremonies is they always say who the presenters are ahead of time WHO's going to be performing because that's what draws people to the event. That's supposed to be the built-in advertising right. That Harry styles is going to be inducting Stevie Nicks, for example, in that will. Hopefully help riles activate. Here we go. I mean if there's ever a hive yeah. For sure. So I, I would imagine that they must announce some stuff, but there can be a lot of surprises because you could also put together an induction speech. You know the one like you would have like hairstyles doing stevie Nicks, but you could do one and it could be produced so that it jumps from five different people giving an induction speech. You know with the with the form, you can do things like that which I think is interesting and I would like to see some of that given the you know the restraints of a live show are no longer a limiting what can happen. I also, you know I was thinking back on it. I'm remembering some of the insider information that we got kind of off off my. And I'm curious about you know if any of the guests that they were trying to get are going to be able to come through now that they don't have to leave their homes more now that tours are canceled and things like that. You know the conflicts are probably have gone way down probably a lot less conflicts from. We'll yeah and they just have to say, I, hate, the hall. Right because in general, there's a there's a lot of hurdles of like. One I don't WANNA GO TO CLEVELAND. It seems like a hassle or two. It's like I have to promote my album an album coming out unfortunately. I can't be there or touring the big one. Well, I think an even bigger one is a symphony that I'm loosely involved with is premiering later that we can Paris and let's not forget that that is an ironclad excuse and it stands. The we call at the. Tom York special. Yeah. But I guess yeah, I'm I'm curious about if. If this will in some way, make it a lot better than it would have been at the very least. You have to imagine that they will lean on or beef up the packages. Right? It was already also. Okay. Now I'm thinking about it too. I didn't really watch much of either of the political conventions, but I saw some of the highlights especially from the DNC and I listened to some. You know punditry about. To some commentary thank you. Yeah. I. Listened to some commentary about and something that was. Really that helped the DNC be a much better event. This year was it was shorter Joe Biden's Acceptance Speech was like twenty eight minutes and like Hillary. Clinton's had been almost an hour because you don't have the truly captive audience. They can get away with that stuff having a longer speech and things like that. So hopefully, they'll cut that down and also. The networks weren't cutting away as much. They were like covering the whole thing and I wonder if that's going to be if there's GonNa be more people who watch maybe the whole thing as well rather than kind of take it Alicarte the way. I would have done in the past If. They can get some really good the problem one of the things that we will wow I. I am bright back in it I have like thoughts. which is I I hate the We'll come back. I can't believe them medically I was like, well, if you really think about it. Grows but if you really think about it, one of the things that will be missing from this ceremony is definitely GonNa be the jam more the the mash shop thing where two bands played I'm trying to think of one time that's happened before now. Oh Yeah. For sure like I mean the it was a long time ago but I I bring this up every once in a while that the guy who wrote black magic woman. Was In fleetwood Mac, and then obviously Santana covered it years later and made it a hit. But those two bands were inducted the same year and he said in with Santana when they played, it was like Oh cool moment like a full circle moment. And like there are just have been a lot of stuff like that you're going to really I'm curious about you know like what bands are quarantining together. Yeah that's a good question like can we get a? Performance the came those guys even if they're not quarantined together, can they be in the same room though even in wearing masks and performing together? Yeah I'm curious I don't know maybe they'll just have they'll do it like Jimmy. Style. But you know seven Brady Bunch Zoom. Zoom boxes like on the screen for at least one of them will be Brady bunch style. I bet at least one is going to be like the roots in each box playing different children's instrument and. Yeah I guess that that may be true but I would guess obviously that the producers would try to push for not bad if they can. Because I know that the Doobie brothers did like early on in quarantine released, listen to the music with them kind of doing that and maybe they'll just Ri- yogish rerun it. They already got it in the it's in the can baby come on it was also filmed at a different time when we didn't know just how long this would go on or If someone was doing. Brady bunch style one let's say it's the Doobie brothers but then they have like fries square come through the middle like WHO's they alice? WHO's Isn't Alicea last one come through squares. I Who's the special guests that comes through at the end of the Doobie. Brothers doing their Brady Bunch style screen. I think they're doing blackwater and then you get someone like the artist formerly known as the dixie chicks. Now known as the chicks showing up in the Middle 'cause, you could get that I can make all black blackwater is one of those songs that you can incorporate a lot of different types of artists right? Namely Country Artists Yeah. That would be very cool. That would be cool in the middle. Just Natalie maynes just Kinda like takes over the screen for a second runs like. And then. There's the checks right in the middle because it also blackwater ends in around in around. Yes. So do you all need to be sinked up? It is going to be embarrassing. How many? Air. PODS. In People's ears. So it'll. It'll be interesting. I mean like someone like, Trent Reznor could perform entirely by himself, which could be cool. I know that obviously nationals. Computer would have to be there. Let's not. Diminish the more computer but yeah, he could do that. That's right. Nine inch nails are getting inducted WANNA try to remember everybody's being inducted. When we talk the other day I. think that I remembered them when we decided to come back. Okay. Nine nine inch nails, and also you already mentioned because you mentioned the Doobie brothers are Jones are those are two that I would have forgotten. Brothers would have been the last one and then Whitney and Biggie, and then. It's not todd Rundgren t-rex good five that is there another one one that I have mentioned already. Yes. Okay. There you go. You remember who's being inducted in the non performer category. A bunch of managers Jon Landau. Yes. And Martin. Mark Nope that is not start with them like. A John Lamb. Jon Landau. conducted. Once. It's going to be another guy is another man his? Good. Know, that guy's Ardian with. Jon Landau is the manager of Roy. Springsteen yes, and he's also he runs the nominating committee. And you may not know the name of the second guide you know who he manages though famously. As this person in the hall I'm assuming group. That's in the hall. Among many others and he owns like a a huge management like firm but famously, he managed one of the biggest bands of all time. Poll. Now. Beatles manager is already in Brian Epstein who passed away in the sixties but the first few managers get in the hallward, the stones and the Beatles manager, which was Sprang in Andrew. Oldham. And these are the only two other ones that have been inducted Jon Landau and a guy who plays a pivotal role in the documentary history of the Eagles. Irving as off Oh. Yeah. I always think Jon Landau is someone else when I think of Jon Landau I picture. John Larroquette. Who Cares. When you say Irving as off I think of Isaac Asimov's science fiction writer fear every single time. I will never remember Irving as off although maybe I will now who knows who knows as possible? It'll come back up I remembered that he the other Guy Landau was Bruce springsteen's manager which that only took thirty eight times. Yeah. It burrowed its way into your head. Oh here we go. I'm not taking in much new information these days. So that might also be improving the sieve as much as I hate to ask you. There is kind of roll call news to report. There has been basically nothing like I said since the announcement that there would just be a special instead of a ceremony but recently, and at this wasn't announced but more noticed, which is that more members than just Trent residents are being inducted with nine inch nails. Oh, is that that's fake news who was in now just some other guys. Getting in their goth bought five thousand is. Inducted with. The most prominent is atticus Ross who collaborate with Trent restaurant a lot of. soundtracks in movie scores. Those nails to Trent Reznor Atticus. Like they are at nine inch nails I mean it it all goes together I. Wonder if it's accept both of their real names, I believe so but it's going to be so yeah originally when they announced it was just Trent reznor which I mean like everyone kind of knows that nine inch nails is just Trent redner. Solo project. So I think that was fine I mean I know you advocate for put them all and I mean whatever advocates sounds like a white guy though so All White. The. So, they're six other members of nine inch nails that are being inducted well, got spot even though God has no gender. Binary. True by definition very good out myself. Maybe. The most notable thing is at one of the members of nine inch nails Alon. Ruben is thirty to. Go, he will be the youngest inductee wait. So so there's many people getting to. It's not just Abacus fend. List is Tresor Atticus Ross Allesandro Khartini Robin Fink Danny Lonner Ilan Rubin, and Chris Brennan. Worth a lot of people to just slide in there when it was going to be just one and Gospel Gets A. Shaft the shaft once again but that's that's what is that six people seven it's six additional people. Do you? Who Do you think did that? You think it was trying. Listen is he said all I've ever told the story of how. Kanye West the SNL after party would not come into the after party without all his dancers without all of his ballerinas you to me at least I don't know if on this podcast, but there were a lot of outright. Yes and he was like not without my ballerinas. That's missus transnet without my Valerie smell. Yeah. which all right I mean like that's very generous. He did not have to do that and when you look at the official, like who is a member of nine inch nails it has never been anyone only recently was atticus Ross like. Okay, he's officially a member of nine nails. Otherwise it has just been Trent redner. You know in terms of official credit but these a lot of these guys have been in the touring band on and off for a long time in of them I think every single one of them has played on recordings. What I'm going to try to remember the name of the Guy from the cure that was the last one added and it was not without his name it's not default Patrick I know that it. was a name like that. With Patrick politician. Yes I know that that's who it is but the name is like developed Patrick. I don't know if that's true but it's like. Ronal. His his his first name last name. Yes said weird. Though, right. The last name is Kinda was said differently than the way we were passing it. Okay. What was his name I'm going to say, I'll say the first name and you'll be able to get reeves. Ribs Gabrielle. Reece Gabrielle's. Routes. Right controversial because he had not played on a cure album, he had just been with a touring band since two thousand twelve. which you know. Are Very arguable. Hey I mean this other dudes only thirty two how like how long's he been playing with nine inch nails? Yeah. That he Can't can't have been long since two thousand nine. Over ten years. I also think to this is just like another back door way again, more white guys in the hall and I. Don't really I'm not. You know me I'm like inductive model I don't really care but I just did not about diluting the voting power of people calling. General role in any institution and I feel that this is another. Way of that happening. Yeah the only. If you wanted to look for a silver lining, is that generally these voters would be younger than the typical hall voter. But outside of that, there's not much of an upset. Yes they might be younger and yes, we do hope that the youth will save us always where like it's the young people who will change things but they're also still white guys and the impetus to change must come from within. You know here's hope. Hey. Here's hoping that is that's a moderately silver lining. It's a dull silver lining very, very faint. Wow Notice this was this all the buzz on. Twitter. I. Believe it was. I saw it from Troy. Smith. Who is one of the only people who only journalists who follows the rock call very year round yeah. Like intently lives in Cleveland like usually has the scoop on should. Get Him on the show. You know I don't WanNa promise anything, but I have a feeling that may be happening. Soon. ooh. Why don't we take a quick break and we will return with more stuff to talk about. Welcome back. Well, let's talk about what what we have planned for the next few weeks kind of leading up to the ceremony. One of the things we WANNA do we know it has been a long time since we have talked about anything let alone these artists who are being inducted. So we are going to be revisiting the artists individually on her episode basis just because it seems like an appropriate thing to do just to get kind of back into the spirit of these artists who are going to be celebrated in November, and we will be talking to New People that we haven't talked. To you about these artists before so that we can get some fresh perspectives in you know it's not just completely rehashing although we will talk to some old friends but hopefully, we will get some new voices in here also because we do the show via zoom now, that kind of opens up the possibilities to talk to people that don't just live in Los Angeles which is exciting. Yes, and you know it's a great way for me to remember who is being inducted with. Great. Memory test for me. Yeah. I. Think it'll be really cool to hear and also I'm interested to see what people think in this brave new world both of like Colin and racial justice. How people's perspectives of this class induction, you know how people's perspective has changed or more about that, and also how the effect that the cooling off period has had to. Know we were a strong similar leading up. We thought. Okay. Here we go. See A CPA in Cleveland and then returned it off, and now we've got a I. Don't know at least for me I need to reignite. Any interest I have in in this. And I think that like looking at it through these new lenses and also how much has changed and how much has not. Absolutely. So yeah, it will be an interesting walk. Through memory, lane. It'll be a walk through something through the. End It will. There's a lot of things that are new to consider I suppose. Also, the fact that pushing back this ceremony has altered the normal schedule for the Rock Hall Bianca's typically the nominating committee convenes in October and then they released list of nominees and the induct D.'s are then announced the following year and then the ceremony happened sometime in the spring which historically makes the inductees of a certain. Technically, twenty six years is the eligibility period, not twenty five because the let's say Biggie, for example, became eligible in two thousand nineteen to be nominated and then be inducted the following year. But if that doesn't happen over the progression of a year, then where does the twenty five years like suddenly just automatically becomes twenty six or the next year? Do you fold in two years or are they going to try to cram in a nominating committee before the year is up just to keep that twenty five year period consistent I mean literally who cares but I truly I truly couldn't care less but I think it wouldn't be a idea for them to just come vitamin to two and then get on a regular schedule. Almost you know what I mean like may get the nominating happened that January and then the. The. Ceremony happens you know in the fall or whatever something like that another thing that you just remind me of his house famously in person the non the non is. And how they wouldn't let people call in I. Remember we've talked to people who've said Oh yeah. I didn't want to fly to New York. So I just emailed in my suggestions or they wouldn't let me call in and so you know I just didn't go that year later worn was if you can't come Hoagie and I said, I'm out now. If, you can't come to the nominating committee you even if you are on the committee it more or less nullifies your input because it seems like you need to be in the room to make your case, which is very interesting too because I think that's happening a lot with a lot of jobs in a lot of rules that we thought like had to only it's like. Well, it's always been done this way we get the big sandwich. We all sit around the table we have the ads that we pass around and put our little names in or whatever. Now we're realizing for so many different jobs in so many different ways that it wasn't necessary for us to meet in person and I wonder if maybe the hall. Could is it possible? They could grow and change and learn. This is a very curious question. Also Gel. My other question for you is, what would you have them do with far is this question of the twenty five years? You know? I would think the I think it's there's already such a backlog that to then fold in two years together to consider for a new ballot. I think would complicate things just do what I suggested. At. The beginning of the of of our break, which is they need to have a huge class. They need to have an all black or all people of Color class that is over fifty percent female and they need to make it like triple size or or bigger. I don't care and it's like fucking reparations like do the thing and we can all agree like twenty twenty has been does twenty twenty even count as a year in a lot of. The Floor of this century exact being really feels like it. That's an apt metaphor and I mean in some ways I felt this way was like kids and going to school just like I. Don't know whatever she just take year and we'll pick it up. It's like, why are we trying to do this and I say that is someone who doesn't have children or as no stage in this game. But it does feel like this year is visible awash. Yeah. I do think we this is the thirteenth floor history and then maybe next year instead of just. Trying to cram it all into one thing maybe just expand what it means and really fucking do some do some reparations do some repairs and like make it good. That's a tall order for this institution. Yeah I. Don't expect it to happen but you know I do want to be at record as housing. Yeah. I. Agree. And so what would you have them do than? You'd have them do it just do the nominating at the end of this year? Are you think so it just to keep it keep it consistent I mean it would be weird to release a ballot and then I have really quick. Okay. I was just thinking about this too like with the surprise is kind of with social justice being on the minds of the country right now as especially of like musicians, artists and. Athletes in. Public figures. It is a shame that we're not gonNA get a George Bush doesn't care about black people kind of live moment that we will be robbed anything that is said in that regard is going to be prepared or at least at the very least approved lists dangerous last dangerous last exciting. Going to be more sterile. Such a damn shame because I think it was really great when we had these artists talking about more black artists and more women getting inducted and stuff you could just feel it was very meaningful in these speeches and if it's if it feels sterile isn't feels prepared it's not gonNa feel as meaningful Yeah. You lose overall. You lose excitement when you don't have a live event and you might gain more. Polish. But when was rock and roll at its greatest when it was polished disco Okay. Yeah Right. So I mean that's a that is a very, very good point but we look forward to the next few weeks of revisiting these artists and talking to. 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I'm going to big fair this weekend, the family so looking forward to that. And yeah, it was a good weekend. Nothing really eventful. How how are you? How was your weekend or great back to drinking hungover Saturday for you that must mean you drank a more than one drink. Toward up a little bit. The next morning. I got up and I had two long story. But my backyard kind of flooded it did fly it was it was moving towards into my house and actually did move into my bedroom. So I was out there sweeping the water to the side of the house. So now, my back hurts that was a pain in my ass and Sunday, I just did the Super Bowl party had people over from Callans family, and at buddy of mine, but that was pretty much it. I didn't get an invite to your Super Bowl party. I actually thought about having you over it wasn't really wasn't a party. It was more like Callan's family and one of my buddies. So all I'm Josh I did watch it. We'll talk about it later. But I I love it when I'm involved in a little bit of controversy happened again when it's so funny to me when people are so silly a lot of silly people in this world. I'll just use that word last week Katharine McPhee who did she win American idol telephone now. Anyways, she apparently grew up with Meghan Markle or or knew her when she was young and posted this throwback Thursday photo of the two of them from when they were thirteen. Wow. And I then reposted that with recent pictures, and I asked a question. Okay. I purposefully put it in question form. Kind of like a few weeks ago when I asked a question about Scott Disick, everybody's panties in a bunch the question. I asked this time was did Megan Markle and Katharine McPhee go to the same plastic surgeon to do their nose because it appeared to me that they might have had a nose job each of them. Now, I did say they did I didn't have any factual information that they did. Of course. No. I did not imply as your did that what would that what's the point of doing it? The implication was that they were friends. They went to the same knows doctor when they were kids they not when they were kids, whatever you're not gonna get a job when you're a kid seventeen eighteen whatever. Well, it's very common in Los Angeles to get a nose job for your eighteenth birthday short. So it wasn't a totally out of the blue question. I was being sincere. Did they go to the same surgeon? I and people were I got so much hate and what people calling me racist and this madly other racist. What the hell does race have to do it? You know, that I was attacking Meghan Markle, and blah, blah, blah, blah. And anyways that made me happy though down. Well, she responded back to you is the ultimate burn. I loved it. Katharine McPhee did. Yes. I because the question I asked was is my overact. It was my brain overactive. Right. Is it my overactive brain? Or did these two have nose jobs at some something to that effect? And she responds with a pretty good burn. I wasn't even aware that you had a brain. Ooh. That was good. It was very skillful of her to say that because she didn't answer. Exactly, it was not divert. Burdette the question with a diss towards may. Right. What's you know? She doesn't know me or anybody in answer. I never, of course, not. And you're just doing your job that you do every week. I mean, you notice things that new comment on them, ignore it. But I loved it. Now. I know you did please. I only wish I got I got one headline from entertainment tonight Canada. But it got a lot of tension on Twitter Canada. I I love Canada, though. I just wish it would have gotten even more attention. I gotcha. You know, what also I love I've been loving the vital life. Hang I've been taking it to. I've taken it twice now. Yeah. It's really good because instead of taking an aspirin or some sort of painkiller. 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Your discount will automatically be applied at checkout. Only. Try vita life dot com slash Peres. Feel your best every day with vital life. All right. You mentioned the stupor bowl. I watched everybody seems to agree that it was a boring game, right? It was also the lowest rated Super Bowl in ten years. I also think you know, the the halftime show performer is a draw for some people. Maroon five's before I don't even wanna watch. I don't know how much of a draw they are often times. The halftime show is higher rated than the the game itself. I actually was impressed with maroon five's halftime show performance because I had set the bar so low for them because we've seen them, and we know what to expect. You know, what that is better than their concert? Let's put let's say I'll agree with that. That was better. There was there was more put it to it. It seemed like he cared and was trying. Well, I actually thought they were better than Justin Timberlake. I don't know if I would go that far. Well, the reason I think they were better than Timberlake for me is the bar was so much higher for Timberlake. So I was so much more disappointed, by Timberlake. I absolutely agree. With that statement, I hope for a lot more out of him. And I thought he could have brought more to the table. And whereas with maroon five I expected them to totally suck. And they were good. But I also don't think they embarrassed themselves. I don't think they were bad. I thought they were what they are vanilla bland uninspired unoriginal mediocre. Right. And that's what they glowing endorsement, but but it wasn't bad very mediocre. Not be bad. And I've always said, I don't look too much into the halftime show. I'm there for the football game. If you're going to put something fun on great gives me something to do and watch. But you know, that's not the be all performance for me. But my bar said it prints, and I don't think anyone's ever going to hop over that bar. So that's just where I am with. I would say my favorite was beyond say. And then lady Gaga after that. And then Katy Perry. I love how you've got prince like not even barely in the top five now. No, I would say, and then prints you're gonna tell me Katy Perry was better than prince prince made goddamn rain during purple rain. Come on. No. He was great. But I, you know, Katy Perry. He could tell just work so much longer on hers. It was such a spectacle. I love a spectacle when I'm saying the Super Bowl halftime show in a prince was. Amazing. And it was just like a prince concert on steroids. Gaga beyond say, Katy Perry. They gave me something I can never get one of their concerts because of the scale of what they did. So that's why I love them the most I I don't know if I agree with a lot of the feedback on lines. And it was the worst of all time. I'm sure if I look back at all of the Super Bowl halftime show performances. The worse than that. I think the worst of online anything is the worst as long as Twitter's been in existence. I think that's what you what you go back to like Twitter is what ten now it's the worst in ten years. I don't think you can go back all time. All right. All right who healthy sex. Before you get busy. Your status prevention opposite, healthy and sexual. Find out how healthy sexy and stuff. Did you ever watch the jersey shore show a little bit? When it first came out. Yes. Well, unfortunately, one of the stars day. Wow. Has had a very bitter public dramatic split with her husband this guy Roger Matthews. She alleges that he has been not just verbally and emotionally mentally abusive. But also physically abusive as well, and this dude had been on social media prior to that flipping the script and previously trying to get sympathy for himself saying she was a bad mom alienating him from the children Gotti Atta she even posted video where it seems in the video one of them specifically that he is hitting her pushing her shutting her being violent towards her. And it was such a long letter that she posted and she went into such specific detail. Basically pointing out every awful thing that he's done and that he cantered back in it wasn't specific. It was so generic so just from what I read, you know, if one person goes into such great detail instance, after instance, after instance, of what happened in the other one can't rebuttal the same way, I'm inclined to believe the person who had very specific information. I'm not, oh, no, no, my opinion's going to differ on this. I think that you're looking for problems when you take your personal information, especially that has to do with the child, and you've broadcast it to strangers over the internet. I think there's something mentally wrong with you. If you do something to that extent and go that specific on the things that are going on in your life. You think something to prove something absolutely mentally with her and something mentally wrong with him Boca? Clearly something's mentally wrong with him. They chose. Children. If there's a problem, call the police, the police were called already there's something going on here where they've got they feel the need to put this out on social media. I get that you're famous person. But you're not making it better. You're not making it better down the road for your children. This is going to affect them in a negative way. I think she felt that was her last resort. This guy according to her. I mean, this would trigger me to not only was he personally hurting her. But also tried to hurt her in every other way possible reaching out to ex-boyfriends one of whom also got arrested for trying to extort her after the two of them like ganging up on her reaching out to another exploit for that was his abusive towards her allegedly even reaching out to her employers. Whether that be the producers of her show or MTV directly trying to hurt her you wouldn't be fed up. Yes. I would went right to. To my publicist, and I would say please put a statement out for me. I will not be commenting on this it socking to me that you're saying a woman who has allegedly been the victim of violence, and there's video that her reacting in a way that she thinks is best for her kids to protect them is insane. I disagree more. I mean, also her kids are little they're not teenagers. They're not accessing the internet or reading anything people today today. Yeah. Will in the future. She's clearly got no Fs to give any more. She knows what kind of person he is. He has shown his true colors to her. And then some call lawyer, call your publicists get them on the same page and get a statement out there. There's absolutely no need zero. There's no need to put this out into the world. It's nobody's business. There's no positive outcome from doing that. Nothing's good. It's going to happen to this. It's not. Not a good look. I disagree. I think publicly clearing her name. Her name wasn't not clear in the first place. It was somewhat some guys out there saying something publicly like I said, hire your lawyer will what's the difference between it coming from publicist or coming from you because it set there in a legal tone? You're not going through the minutia of what this person alleges versus the what that personal edges. You say I'm not gonna comment on my personal life. Some things have been said about me that are simply patently not true. And I will not I will not make this a tennis match it to the court of public perception just because I was on reality TV. I don't know it to anyone I owe a decent upbringing for my child. That's all that. I care about. I disagree with you. I think this woman tried for so long to make it work with this guy. Who cares? Why do you need to know this? Because this guy was tarnishing her reputation says who says. No, no, set ham. He's he's alleging all of this stuff. She should take the Jairo if it was just a traditional bidder split than sure. But this guy seems psycho and has gotten let such a great deal with it. Because if he's going to go through, quote, as you just said crazy links there will be someone a judge at the end of this. We'll sit down and review all of this and say, this person doesn't seem very stable doesn't seem like this is the kind of person that should be raising a child her. However, she put out a statement and said, I will not engage with any of this aronie is bullshit that he's putting out there. She seems like the responsible person. That's how I would think it would end up their money in the water. This isn't the court of public perception, this is a child that is growing up that's going to have to deal with this at some point. I don't see why the public needs to know. They don't that's all well, they're public figures and the police have been involved when it comes to. The kids, and I don't know if you've always said when it comes to kids Cape amount of it. So she'll media don't be on. It. Don't talk about kids social media, it almost contradicts the things that you've said on the show. But I also think she's a mom who cares. So much better kids. I think whatever drove her to do that chief must have truly believed. It was in the best interest of her children. She probably wholeheartedly believes that this is the right thing to do if I'm her lawyer or her agent or her manager, I'm telling her she's wrong. I'm gonna say you're wrong. I'm sorry. That you feel that way. But these are your emotions that have taken over your better judgment step away from the computer, man. That's what I would say. Now, that's just me. I sent her strength. I mean, she thinks he's got a lot of strength. I sent her even more strength. Yeah. I didn't take a break. I need to think about something positive right now like daily harvest, which is so positive for not just me but daily harvest is positive for so. So many others daily harvest if you don't know it is one of the best meal delivery programs out there. It will simplify your life so much they give you so many options over fifty options to choose from anytime of the day from smoothies to harvest bowls soups. They even have yummy dessert options. Like, a vegan Sunday. It's the best for your money a bargain, especially if you listen to the Perez Hilton podcast I've been loving it because I used to skip breakfast. But daily harvests makes breakfast, so easy and nourishing and great good. A daily dash harvest dot com and enter promo code Peres to get three cups for free. These cups will transform your life. That's promo code Peres for three free daily harvest cups at daily dash. Harvest dot com. That's daily dash harvest dot com. Promo code says. All right. Last week. We miss this story because we recorded early Monday black China, it almost feels like old news. So we'll just be brief with it. But I almost think black China's the opposite of J. Wow. When we were just talking about Jay, well, from jersey shore to me seems to care maybe too much about her kids, but there's you can never care to now. Of course now. Yeah, I don't know how much blood China cares about her kids. Okay. According to rob Kardashian. Well, you lost me already. I don't know. Why would he lie where do I begin? I mean, I guess, but when I would be conserved to lie about something that could be disproven easily. So I wouldn't anyways she black China went on vacation to Hawaii and left her daughter with the Manny in Los Angeles, and rob was upset about that. Because he wished he would have been told. Because if that were the case he would have taken his daughter instead of having the daughter be with the Manny, and I would be rightfully upset too. If I was him. So he was upset with the lack of communication, and then her trip got wild and violent and the police were called after an alleged domestic dispute with her boyfriend and violent in drama, and blah, blah, blah. However, quite tellingly, rob did not go to court to try to get full temporary custody of his daughter. You know, I think he's treading lightly with the whole custody thing because I don't think this is a main thing, you know, what fuck it. It's not bad to speculate that perhaps rob Kardashian may still be struggling with his own substance substance issues. I'm not insane abusive in let's just say it wouldn't be a stretch of the imagination that he's not a sober, dude. Okay. I think you're reaching. But okay. Well on here you out if you're not a sober, dude. That you might be. Afraid to go to court because what if the judge says all right fine. Both of you need to submit to random drug testing. And then what if you're afraid of family these random drug tests? I got you. But it all goes back to this. He knew who he knocked up. Oh, yeah. Okay. So you can't go to a judge and say, well, she's out there being a whatever whatever she's doing with her life. When that's what she always is. So what's he gonna do? I don't think that he can go. Hey, she's out there acting in an erotic way. She's always been Radic. She's always been out there. She's always been a nutjob. So you know, what I'm saying that can kind of pick your battles and keep in mind that she is the mother of his child, and he can't go pressing the panic button every time that she's out in a club getting into a tiff with another guy that she's with. That's that's who she is. That's what she's always going to be. She's not changing just. A reminder for everyone she was arrested for drug possession. And then she got pregnant with his child he stayed with her had a baby with her after all not to say not to say that a woman or a man that's been arrested for drug possession shouldn't have children or or whatever just saying. It's not to say that people can't change. But the thing is she's not it doesn't sound like she's trying to either. Well, speaking of legal issues, you know, the police were called to that hotel didn't happen at a club. It happened at a fancy hotel in Hawaii with black China and her boyfriend whom I don't think it's a boyfriend of hers anymore. Takashi that pedophile. It's pedophile to Kashi for the record. I died Takashi that pedophile rapper. He has pled guilty to like eight or nine of the charges against him, including racketeering and violence charges. He. He is a gang member was a gang member and did all sorts of awful things from ordering hits on people to sell drugs and so much more. And now he's a snitch, and he's snitching on his fellow gang members, which is shocking to me because I would be concerned for his safety and his concern for my own safety while reporting the story if I was year why you're calling a guy a snitch this gets back to him. He's not going to be happy. And you already saying that he's a known criminal that has known affiliations with gangs. So what if he says? Yeah, I'm tired of Perez Hilton. He then people. So what if he's affiliated with a gang? Those people aren't in jail. I'm just saying tread lightly. Jesus. Well, this is a Demi Levada who might mean tweets, you, this is someone that has gang affiliations is all that. I'm saying step gingerly. Okay. According to wide spread report thirty. He has been singing like a bird and giving information about fellow gang members in order to serve less jail time. How's that? That's good. Better. I guess. Well, he's got a newborn baby. I think are are either. He's got pregnant girlfriend or some girl who just had his baby not that long ago. And now she's concerned for her safety. I I would be concerned for his safety in jail. Listen, I'd be more concerned for his safety in jail than my safety outside of jail for saying he's a snitch. I mean as now all concerned about what I'm saying about this dorm. You should always want your words. You never know. All I do. I live in New Mexico. I just moved there in case. He did not know that. Speaking of police there we go. The police were involved in this incident with empire actor jussie smollet which lit social media on fire because it was an attack that had a lot of details that people were not believing. According to reports jussie smollet the empire star was attacked by two white men who put a noose around his neck through bleach on him and said Trump is like your maga- country. And there was allegedly more than one person that overheard all of this him. And then his manager whom he was on the phone with allegedly where did this happen Chicago? I just don't understand why you would even question. Those like why what does this guy? Why get out of fabricating this model? No, why would you why would you fabricate this? I don't understand the devil's advocate for press. But couldn't you think of something else for press. I mean, this is a good one. I can think of so many other things for press like leak a sex tape say you're straight now, his he's gay convert to Scientology am bummed me to see the response to that guy. I believe him, and it also bummed me to see the response that Kevin Hart dot when showing support for him. A lot of people were reminding Kevin Hart of his own comments from the past. And listen, I think that was bullshit. A he clearly I think was being sincere and even any wasn't sincere. There's nothing bad about sending insincere positive vibes to somebody. Peres doesn't every week? No, no. I don't when I say something. I mean it or I I I don't think he deserved that. But don't you just think that no matter what anything you do online is going to be met with a negative connotation, whether you just said, the sky is blue and left it there. They'll be ten hate remarks about the color blue about the sky, the fact that you're not allowed to comment on the sky. What do you know about sky? What are you the scientists? That's online. Now, it's become this horrible dumpster fire that it doesn't matter. What you say to people say something negative about Kevin Hart becomes a headline. I bet there were twenty thousand other people that probably liked it was like. Yeah. Nice. Well, I'm gonna get back to that culture of dumpster fire as in a second and I'll use Twenty-one savage to get us there. But this is a wild story this rapper. I cannot name a single one of his. Things though kid you he's on rockstar with post Malone. I hit heard the main before according to authorities. He was detained by ice in Atlanta this weekend for being in the country on an expired visa he entered according to them legally in two thousand and five and then stayed when his visa expired. He also has been arrested on violent charges gun related charges at believe. And that may be one of the main reasons why they're going after him or or whatever the reason, you know, in their people that had been deported sent to other countries that weren't even violent offenders. Look. I don't know what he did what he didn't do what he's guilty of what he whatever. Those are the rules. He's a musician. There are millions of musicians Elton John's on tour here right now. I don't think that you know, they're having any. Problems with him or check in his visa every time. He goes to a different stadium and performs. I think there are rules that you probably have to follow in paperwork that has to be tracked down, and, you know, follow the rules, wait. So he's twenty six years old. Now, he came here in two thousand and five that was fourteen years. He was twelve when he came here. So the Wild Thing is after the story broke. I wanted to hear him talk just take it. Yeah. And I watched this long clip of him. Well, I fast forward. It was a the breakfast club interviewed him. So as like, a forty five minute interview, and I didn't even need to watch that long. He had no British accent whatsoever. And I would think if you lived in the UK in London for the first twelve years of your life. Yeah. That would be hard to shake. I don't know. I mean, but then again, it is alien well is still has a bit of an Australian accent. Charlene's thrown. There's not a trace of South African in her when she speaks. She's american. I actually mentioned her name recently and somebody corrects me on the correct pronunciation of her name. Oh, yeah. Lease dead on federal that allegedly. I don't know. I I always say Iran anyways, for some reason Demi Levato thought it would be a good idea to tweet out during the Super Bowl that the most exciting thing for her during the game was laughing at all of the twenty one savage memes. Okay. And then that a lot of backlash because the guy is facing deportation. And he has a lot of fans, and maybe some people might have thought it was a racial thing. Who knows there were a lot of people that were very upset at her. And then some people started saying very negative things towards her like jokes about her overdose in heroin. This bat and the other. Here's here's her fatal flaw, though. After the fact she specified, which means she was laughing at it was one about him writing with a quill like how they used to back in the day. But they did that in America too. It wasn't even that funny to be honest. You know, if she thought one or two couple of memes were funny. She should have shared the memes. Not just say, oh, the beams in general, not share them. We're funny because I don't know. It's almost I would have been. I interpreted the way that a lot of people interpreted it that she's making fun of a guy who's about to be deported. She is a celebrity that wants to be an anonymous twelve year old on Twitter. That's what she wants to be. She wanted to be just like everybody else. I don't blame her. You know? I mean, it she wants to have fun and join along, and you know, like things that are funny. But the thing is when you become a celebrity you. Can't you need to unplug it hang it up and say that part of my life is over. I'm no longer a twelve year old. I am a grown Asadollah now. And I can't be doing this stuff because it's gonna come back and bite me because it's a dumpster fire mentality on the internet that is why. Well, as a result of all the backlash Demi clarified what she meant first of all that one specific me m-, which she should've clarified all along. And then she deleted her Twitter, which I actually think it's one of the best things that she could do for her mental health in her recovery. Although I would have just had her team do it for her. But you know, like me she's an addictive personality type person. Maybe she knows herself. So well that she knows that if it exists that she might just be tempted to see what people are saying or whatnot may be easier to lead the whole thing. I don't know the logic of the reasoning behind it. I do. I think also it would be a good idea for her to hand over her Instagram to her team and let her team Instagram on her behalf because she deleted her Twitter, but she's still been active on Instagram and clapping back. She continues to clap back in after the whole drama happened, the shade room that one Instagram clown that specify that that does a lot of content specific to black celebrities wrote about it, and then while lay this rapper chimed in and then Demi saw that thought that because she's clearly searching what people are writing about her on Instagram, and she cleft back to wall as Klopp back saying, oh, he's just salty 'cause I didn't respond to his tweets from a few years ago. I truly am not just saying this. I truly think social media is not her friend. We've spoken about this before I hope that she learns from the whole. Twitter incident and listens to may not the listen to me, but hopefully her team can convince her to give them the reins of her Instagram as well. 'cause you know, so long as she's continuing to post content on there from her her fans don't care if it's her doing the uploading Camilo. Command seems to be doing just fine. Does she not post a lot on Instagram her mom does really she doesn't even have a phone about that? Wow. She has to borrow the phone from her mother to post anything a great is that great good for her. It's freeing, it's liberating. I wish I could do that. Anyways. I'm going to talk about Cardi B in a second. But I I gotta let you guys know about the most groundbreaking deodorant out there that is healthy for you Lavin. I think he could actually eat it Copari is the name of them. I use the coconut. I love it. It's a Lumina m- free. And don't quote me on this. 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Go to co pari beauty dot com slash Peres to make the switch today and save five dollars off your first order when you subscribe, that's Copari K O P A R, I beauty dot com slash Peres. Copari beauty dot com slash press. As I had teased Cardi B. She did not perform at the Super Bowl. Even though she was asked to and she said she didn't because of the whole Collin Collin situation. You come on site. You got it captured ick. Yes, good. I Bohm Metairie pies. Right. Rather not say at than saying it wrong thinking of doing enough purpose anyways. She said, that's the reason. Why though, but she and her baby. Daddy offset are officially back together. Good for them Courtney card dash, she in has got herself a new boyfriend. And I think this is doomed this will not last for many reasons, but first of all he's not even famous. He's a normal, dude. What she's dating normal dude with a normal job? He's a CPA in accounting apparently should Madame through that church. The hill slung church, which is a little a little colty as well. I'm not saying that one's a cold. But. But others have said that. It's not a cold. It's not a cold. But I mean, you know, what girls just wanna have fun good for her on the flip side of that. And I actually had a breakthrough realization about why this dude may be doing this. But you know, Natalie Maynes, she is a big Howard Stern fan, and friend. She's at the Dixie chicks. I love the Dixie chicks. They're one of my favorite bands of all time. But got such amazing music. She and her ex are getting divorced. He is a successful actor in his own, right? Adrian pass Dr who's starred in to not just one two successful TV shows that pay very well he Adrian past was on heroes and was on agents of shield they had a pre-nup, and he does not want to abide by the terms of their pre-nup tough shirt. What do you mean tough shit shit for him? That's why it's called a pre-nup. I agree. And he's got. His own mummy doesn't have Natalie Maynes money. Well, he wants some of that. That's what he wants. He wants that. I live in California with her. I want have sorry he signed a pre-nup that's the whole point of the pre-nup Beckley. And he she allegedly. I think if I remember correctly has about a in the Bank fifty million or maybe not in the Bank, but you know, with all of our property or whatever is worth fifty million dollars and makes two million dollars a year, and he's worth ten million dollars. But does it make as much year? Still you got ten million. We're we're ten million dollars tough pre-nup. I think I now understand why he's doing it. It's a way to fuck with her. It's a way to hurt her. Yeah. I could see that getting her business out there. And she doesn't want anything to do with this. He's just angry that they're getting exactly. Well, he's a nobody. And she's Natalie made he's an asshole. And he's doing it to hurt her. Other couples news at I'm going to say it. I was right. When we spoke about Pete Davidson and Kate beckon sale. A couple of weeks that you did you said that you figured that'd be dating. I will quote, you said they were just waiting the same ballet line together. They could've. So they could have. How before backtracking anything? I just. They hooked up that night. And now they are officially a couple holding hands in public together and everything however, people magazine, whom I think is very reputable report is reporting that she's not looking for anything serious. And that's one of the reasons why she likes dating younger men having said that it's painfully obvious to everybody who pays attention that Pete Davidson, a has been open about his mental health struggles and issues and be seems to be a very sensitive person. If you're looking for I mean, maybe she's been honest with him. Maybe she said, listen, I don't want anything serious, and I just want to have fun chicken have fun with so many dues. She's banging hot totally does she have a responsibility to to just avoid him, if that's her intention because of his issues and because he's so sensitive because even though she. Wants to have fun. And even if she's honest with him about that he seems like the kind of person that will get attached, you know, he fucking propose to Arianna Grundy after a month of dating. Well, I would too big deal. If I'm going to get a chance to get with Oriana 'Grande, I'd probably propose that night to she's hot. She's Arianna Guerande. Like, what's what's what's the shocking part about that cares? They're they're adults. They're both adults. You know, if they if they want to ride the hobby horse ride, the hobby horse, but you don't think she should tread lightly because of all of his circumstances. I don't know what his circumstances really are other than he just got dumped by Arianna gras. He's sensitive on Twitter. He's I think he I don't want it misdiagnose him. But I think he's got borderline personality disorder or some mental health issue and a few months few months ago. He said he he didn't want to be alive. Hello. That's what Kate wants today. Then good for K. What am I going to do tell her what she's an adult, but you're not answering? My question, do you. I don't care. Question. I don't I now I don't know him, nor do I know her if she wants to date him date him. I don't know why I would even give an answer to that. I don't know why you would I don't know why anyone would tread lightly. I mean now she knows what she's learning about him from him figure it out if she goes if she comes to the frame of thought where she says, you know, this guy doesn't seem to be ready to date. Maybe I'm not going to date him. I mean that's decision for them to make their adults. She's not like a fifteen year old girl. She's a woman in her mid four. That's the whole point. She's an adult. She should be mindful of somebody. That's maybe she is being mindful, and maybe they're just friends in holding hand. Oh, please. They're not just friends who I know. Fucking. They're fucking. Okay. Okay. Maybe they are anyways. Pete Davidson's X, Arianna Grandes also been into headlines a lot for a variety of. I she got this really dumb tattoo on her palm. I'm just thankful. It was not on her face. I just I feel it coming by the end of twenty nine thousand nine hundred she will get some kind of she, you know, she might get like a little a little something on her face. Justin bieber. Got a little got a face tattoo. Did you? Did you miss that one? I remember I feel that she if the new trend she's going to get some face tat. Actually, she married you have gotten it like a by the temples or something, I don't even know. But she got this stupid, not stupid, whatever she got a tattoo that made her happy on her palm in Japanese. And then it turned out to be misspelled. She wanted to get seven rings spelled on her palm to celebrate her number one song, then she tried to correct and still got it misspelled. It's my favorite thing of the year. I really think it is just knowing what the translation is which you know, you'll get to barbeque a Japanese barbecue finger little barbecue finger or some Japanese barbecue finger or something like that. While this is all going on. She's also embroiled in this, quote, cultural appropriation controversy in where people are accusing her of exploiting Japanese culture wrong on dumpster fire. Yeah. I'm not offended by an actually I think the ones that are fended seem to be American never is. It's always some board white woman in Michigan. She's selling merge with Japanese letters or words on it. And that's not offense. That's I don't find that cultural appropriation. But you know, what do I know? I also like to put words down that. I can actually read myself. I find it. Silly people put other languages that? They don't speak and can't read on their body. I mean, come on. So you would never get a tattoo in ja-. Japanese. No, first of all, I don't have any tattoos to begin with. And if I'm gonna get one I'm not gonna write something in another dumb ass language on my body. What's so certain people can read it. It's bordering on stupid. How about that? Well, people do it makes them happy. Anyways. On more music related news, Christina Aguilera who previously had dissed. The whole concept repeatedly of Las Vegas residents has announced her own love Vegas residency another what they can't keep her mouth. Shut. Yeah. She's gonna be performing at Planet Hollywood at the theater there. And I think I'm gonna go I'm going to go like with like baseball cap on. I'm that's the night. I'm coming with you, you tell me what you're going to do that. Because I want to go I to sit right next to you matter of fact, I wanna sit right next to you. What I want to talk really loudly and be like, yes, parades. I wanna call so much God damn attention to you that it's impossible for it. Not to get back to her just to see if something happened. Maybe I should go the same weekend to Christina Engdahl up. I want to go to both. I need to be in both and I need to sit right there. Well, actually, Christina went to go. See Gaga in Vegas this past weekend with pink also cool is that hanging out. And after all these years, we'll Christina was a guest recently on Andy Cohen's show, watch what happens live and she talked about pink. So that may have prompted the two of them to hang out, but Christina got real dirty and had to be carried out of the show. Really nice in a mom's night. I can't drink like a used to actually or maybe that's how she used to drink. She always used to drink. Onto non music related news. I had an interesting take on this income. Once again, I think it's an interesting take once again, Tori, spelling is having money issues. She's just been ordered to pay a huge credit card debt American Express. I actually have a lot of sympathy for her because I think it is your parents responsibility to teach you about being fiscally responsible and finances, and I don't think she ever got that growing up. In fact, I think she got the opposite of that growing up. I buy that. Because typically, I would say boo Hoo. You're responsible for yourself. But when you were raised with no concept of money, and what it means. And how you earn it? And then all of a sudden, you're asked to abide by some rules that you didn't know were in place in the first place. It's going to be tough. So I'll show some compassion there. I guess exactly. And I get a she's an adult and she needs to be responsible for. Her own actions as she can't blame her upbringing all her problems. Yeah. But how many years is this been going on this isn't her first year of being pseudo broke she's over a decade? And at some point she's married to we'll her husband isn't making any money. But she's past the point of ignorance when it comes to this matter is my only point the fact that she's still going at it with an American Express a decade after she's no longer famous and not on the tip of Aaron spelling's. So you know, what I mean like at some point you do have to draw the line, I can be compassionate. But I also can be sensible in this one. And I think that we should be both. But also I want to be compassionate notch. Just judgy judgy here. Congratulations to Andy Cohen he- has welcomed the birth of his child Assad convenient. There was some drama recently over his baby shower because Lisa Vander pump decided not to go. And Kyle Richards one of the other real housewives of Beverly Hills stars called her out over her absence. Because apparently Lisa hates all the other housewives. Maybe she thinks she's better than them. I don't know what's going on. She is. Okay. But still it's called show business. It not called show fun. It's not show friends it show biz. They're not going to enjoy everything work related. I think that she should have showed up all the other housewives did now, but you do you health and sex. They go together peanut butter and before you have a taste prevention options. See why health and sex belonged again, visit healthy sexual dot com. Well, we're going to talk the bachelor we're also gonna talk a little bit more about Vander pump rules, not just Lisa Vander pump. But I I gotta thank Tommy John for sending me some more underwear. I love Tommy John. I have made some dancing videos in much John underwear. I want to sue Tommy John. Oh, we loved. I really love Tommy John. I love the material. It's it feels like I'm wearing spider-man's suit, but super soft a super soft version of Spiderman suit, I'm super supported and for me. I love it. 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Why the why would you do that? Well, believe it or not a kind of think this is a good thing. Because to me it says that he's never seen it before. And he was like, I'm at this party. And look what's here. Meaning he's not doing it. He's just shocked to see it himself. And that's how I would take it. So I don't know if I would necessarily see that. As a totally terrible thing. We know drugs are out there. We know people are using them for him. To post. It doesn't tell me that he's using it. All right. You know, what you should you should text him because that's. I'm now his attorney. Ice. Yeah. Speaking of drugs, very briefly already laying formerly of the Howard Stern show was arrested again after failing a sobriety test. And he's on probation. So he has to be clean, and he's not clean. And it's this vicious cycle of, you know, substance abuse and his nose is God it's caved in from all of these years of drug use it. Just it sucks to say that it seems apparent that? This guy does not want to be alive when tried to kill himself. He did. Yeah. He stabbed himself in the chest. I believe five times a few years back. Oh god. I forgot about that. He is one of the funniest people. I've ever been around. He's one of those people that you just can't imagine. He makes you laugh he made me laugh so hard at times gambling, mostly we'd be casinos, and he'd district Jack and water that was his Drake and somebody could walk by. And he would just tear them to pieces to shreds. But in a funny loving way. Day, and you have so hard around. Artie that you can't you can't catch your breath. It hurts like to be around him to have that kind of gift in that skill and just he just can't seem to get it. Right. It's such a shame. He's a sweet guy, and it's just it's awful to hear fending positive vibes to him. Anyways. I mentioned van Trump. Rules jacks from that show was on watch. What happens live and he was mortified because somebody outed him as wearing lifts in his shoes. You're all or. That's pretty funny. He was Boorda fide. Yeah. I don't think he should be embarrassed. You know, what I can had hair transplants done, do whatever the fuck makes you happy. If you're insecure about your height where damn lifts who cares. Tom. Cruise has for decades. Bano does Batas I've ever seen Bongo shoes. They've got always got like a four inch rubber sole at the bottom. Wait at ninety two Google how Dondo I'd say bonobos five five Bonao five six. Oh my gosh. But we don't know how accurate the internet is. But I could believe that five six. Well, his wife is five one. So they're a good match onto the bachelor. Okay. Heather is the girl. That's never been kissed before. I don't see him with her. Okay. Let me just give you my my top three by the way last week was such a bummer because it was the serious of sewed. What do you mean? Well, there's the two beauty pageant girls. I told you that that they were going head to head and it finally came to a head, but in typical bachelor fashion they went to way left field. And we found out that this this Kaelin girl, apparently, which were frat party or something and somebody slips something in her drink and the next thing, you know, the next morning she wakes up and she's naked. And apparently something happened to her. I don't know if they said rape. But it got really deep, and I hated it. I know that that stuff happens in the world. But I just didn't wanna see it on the bachelor and his bummy out. It's not why watch the show. But we learned a lot about this girl. This Kaelin the beauty pageant girl. I kind of like her I'm putting her in my top three she kissed and made up with the other pageant girl, who's turning out to be a big pain in the ass, the one with the the one that looks different with all the makeup on. I think she's kind of moving out of the picture a little bit. There's another girl called Hannah g she's a serious front runner. I think she could win the whole thing. She's one of these content creator asks wipes. I don't even know what that even means anymore. But but I guess. Yeah. Shot up influence my dick. Okay. I guess enough of that. I'm not enough of that. I'd like her and I like her for him. He's an airhead. She kind of is. So I'm kinda like in her, and there's this other Beechy girl this blonde girl. She's a little bohemian like BT kind of her name's Kathy. And I'm gonna toss her and my top three. But that's that's it. That's what I'm telling you. Those are my top three never been kissed girl. She's out all the. Other bat shit crazy girls are out. This is going to be the next top few weeks because they really got to start cutting girls quickly or I'm going to start losing interest. All right. Well, let's end things on a positive. And there was a report that Drake went to McDonald's recently in tipped like a thousand dollars ten thousand dollars was the story ten thousand well, that's turned out to not be true. But he did tip each woman one hundred bucks, which is really nice. You don't have to be actually I wouldn't be tipping that much. If I was Drake who tips have McDonald's in the first place. That's great. Yeah. Hundred bucks on what was probably what twenty bucks or something? You know? Good for you. Let's take some calls. Bradford Catherine calling from Calgary Alberta Canada. Love the show. Listen to it every week. I'm wondering what your thoughts are on party B? She declined being a part of the halftime show at the Super Bowl. But she. Filmed a Pepsi commercial that was created to play during the Super Bowl, even if she didn't want to be part of the Super Bowl. She really still was in a commercial sense. Whereas other artists like riana who declined to be part of halftime show. But didn't even watch the Super Bowl on just to stand their ground. And just wanting thoughts on that. We have a great day. Bye from Canada. That was a good point about the Super Bowl commercial. I mean, give see I agree. You know, if you're going to do a Super Bowl commercial? He might as well have done the Super Bowl, you're not really bowing out of the Super Bowl. You're still taking that money which I don't have a problem with capitalist country. I want to take that money. That's fine. But don't get high and mighty about. It is my point. Hey, love the show at calling from New York. I wanted to weigh in on your conversation regarding Nick cannon common thing that what's his name is not really doing it. For the culture. Trump's not really doing it for the culture and pregnant an interesting comment. How you feel that African American people sometimes can kind of the relief included not really include Brown, people or Latino or other rates in the conversation tonight agree with that. I am Dominican in African American woman. And I have felt that at times it's difficult to really connect. I think with my African American brothers and sisters, and I think that it's it is a very deeply personal situation. I think it's very objective. You know, some people are really open to it. If you're part of the culture or not and other people are the opposite. But I do think he was a good point. I love for us to as talk about it a little bit more doing funny guy thing thing, thanks for sharing your personal connection to that. And did we get? Any negative feedback on that? No. I did get one. Maybe I can find maybe we'll get to it. I don't want. I don't wanna blow it maybe. We'll get. All right. Type occurring this from Toronto an entrance. One of those calculated about Gino, I am actually blessing. Brad. However, my family is Cuban, and I wanna see this with nothing wrong with what she said, I think people would completely blown out of proportion. I do not understand why people were calling her anti-black or racist. What so ever see said nothing wrong and one more thing I wanted to say as Booker requested. I'm keeping it quick with that Panter actually finally wash it three months ago and a half to agree with Booker. When I say, I was completely underwhelmed. I did not understand why people were dressing up and all these different things when I finally watch it on Netflix completely underwhelming. But enough you guys have a great day. I mean, she has to understand why they are it is very special that all of those black faces or in that movie, it really looked different than any other movie. And I do understand why people would get together to celebrate that. And I I don't wanna be little any of those people. But overall, I think the movie kinda sucks. Well, I'm just more Bologne unless I misheard her. Did she say she was Cuban? I she said that she's I think she she's Cuban and black which you can be. There are many of them and she lives in Canada. I know they're in a Cubans in Canada. Got it good for about that. I know in Austin thirty I didn't know that they had much if any of a Cuban community in Canada. Until from Virginia. I was calling about the collar on the previous podcast call in comparison between R Kelly and Hugh Hefner. And I just wanted to say that you guys said that you didn't know if anyone had accused to have serve any misconduct or anything like that Holly Madison released a book called down the rabbit hole where she basically goes into detail about how controlling he was how he offered her Quayle lose. I mean, I don't know if he ever held anyone against their will. But she definitely alleged that he was not all on the up and up, and I wonder I hadn't made the comparison between R Kelly and Hugh Hefner either. So I wonder if it's a race thing. I've had not I didn't read that Holly medicine book. I love holy Madison, though. So I was familiar with that with her account? I I'm Greta from Arkansas, I was calling in regards to Hugh, Hefner exact same point. As the other girl from skip by that that she wrote a book, thank you for your call. Hey, hi, I'm from Louisiana. And I'm calling to say that regarding gene arabica situation that not all black people are the same. I think the same. I I don't think she's basis black. I think she could've come moated Latinos about negating people, although it was any country. But as a person, I love all types of people whether why or people call it, including less, he knows weather app. We'll let you know mess. We get the points. I just wanted to get to another call it. She's right. Is the point. She's absolutely right. I was just going to say another great smart call and some people are going to say you cut off the black lady. Only you would say that. Because you're at asshole you're trying to get a trouble here ago. Trying to find the one girl that was pissed hold on. I totally agree with you. Equipment. I got my name is clarion. And I'm calling from Winnipeg Canada, I'm calling because of compensation about race and black or racism. We've I just think it's so laughable and cringe-worthy listening to occur talk about these topics because he's so ignorant, and all I could think when I'm listening is a white male privilege, white male privilege or white male privilege is that but other than that. I do. Enjoy listening to. Thanks bye. Wrong. First of all, you're right. She isn't wrong. I've never not said that I'm white number one. Number two. I will completely own the fact that there is white privilege in America. But you can't just call and say blanket statement, everything I say in throw around the term that you've read on the internet a couple of times that you think you know, what it means. You sound dumb. When you do that. Please, please. At least tell me specifically what you're pissed about everybody do that. What he said. All right. 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However, you we have a lot of talk about but big butts. Okay. Not just Grammy's people. I how are you? How have you been? I'm good. Thank you very much. Very good boring answer, but what did you want? Well, one exciting thing that happened in your life over the last five and a half days. Six days. I saw green book which was phenomenal one of the best movies. I've ever seen. It was so good. What are the best movies? You've ever seen ever. It's such a great movie. I loved it. I just loved it. I enjoyed that. I didn't do much else this week at I did a lot this weekend. I was in big bear with my kids. I had never been to big bear before. And I think I'm going to have to come every year. It has been the best weekend. We did sledding which tubing we went to the zoo. We went bowling it was it was a jam packed two full days. And I had a great time. Nice sledding could be a little dangerous actually to to give me a little dangerous. Basically if you're me doing any winter activity. It's dangerous. Listen when you get near that forty number. It's it's a little dangerous doing anything. Well, it involves speed kid. Kids. Better than me. They have no fear. Did you can't expect them not to? I mean, there's no such thing as fear in their is yet. They don't understand fear. It was a great time though. But I I was I stupidly also was sledding with one hand because I wanted to videotape myself the other. I had so much fun. Like like, just my body out of this world fund is the best time. All right enough about that. Let's get to the Grammys. But before we get to the Grammys, I need to we wind for a hot second and talk about what we didn't see at the Grammys, and that is Arianna grandba- because the days leading up to the Grammys we found out that there was not a meeting of the minds let's say between her camp and the Grammys producer can early. He claims that he didn't speak to Arianna directly Arianna decided not to perform or attend because she says she felt like her creativity was stifled and the Grammy's were trying to dictate too much what she was doing. And that she wished that it was more collaborative. So that was that. And she even called the producer of the Grammys, a liar, and blah, blah, blah, which I kind of love, you know, she was standing up for herself. And she doesn't need the Grammys. I think the Grammy's needed her more than the Grammy more than she needs. The grammy's. She doesn't want to be a part of it. She doesn't have to be the thing that just putting into my head for the first time when I was saying it out loud was. I'm actually now thinking, I'm a little disappointed Arianna. Just didn't call this guy on the phone herself. Because a lot of times you can understand somebody better. If you talk to them directly instead of a game of phone tag. While the message usually gets lost in that game of telephone look bottom line. I don't believe I don't believe what she said. I don't believe that they worked collaborative. I don't believe that they said she couldn't do something. I don't believe her. I simply don't believe her. Why why why did you make that up? I don't know. Because why couldn't she just as you just said why could she not pick up the phone? The Grammy's has been on for a thousand years they seem to make it work every single year with every single artist. No one has a problem. I don't know. There's something else to the story and the Grammies they're caught between a rock and hard place because you can't really say that the artist is lying, even if they are lying. You can't say that because you're there for the artists. So you. Just kind of have to take your lumps. And this Ken guy on his way out to said, look one thing that no one's ever called me is unconservative, you know. So he was trying to take up from a little bit. There's something in the middle here. I don't believe I don't know what it is. Because I don't know the facts, but I don't believe something something stinks. Something stinks to me. I'm just not going to overwhelmingly take the artist side every time. I just not going to. That's why I think she should have called the guy. I agree with you. And I had not had that thought if anything she could've just stayed at her case being like, this is important to me for these reasons and blow hadn't said that Arianna is the hottest artist in music hotter than anybody else. Hotter than any male know, what is hotter than her right now undisputed. She should have performed an actress she should have opened the show instead they had gummy. Obey. Yo whom I love. Okay. Love her. But fucking have. Danna came out in two thousand seventeen. No, it's not funny. It is funny because it took a while for that song to get going that song was out for a good three to four months before anyone even paid attention to it before it was even on the radio it built it took a long time on most of it's love happened within this last year. But to have a song that came out in two thousand seventeen open the Grammy awards. It's reflective to me of how out of touch. They are the Grammys are out of touch. They are in my opinion. But before we get back to the Grammy's and really get into it Arianna released her new album on Friday. Like, I said she doesn't need the Grammy's she doesn't even need any promo. Although she didn't do one bit of promo and y'all I am such an aria Nater. These days that bitch. Did this interview with this radio guy that was an hour and twenty three minutes long? I who doesn't watch television or anything watched that entire day. Interview. I am the biggest Arianna fan now at I love this new album. Have you heard it love it? Yeah. It's great. This is her best album in my opinion. And I'll say why because it's the most Taylor swift album she's ever released meaning she has done for the first time. Holy what Taylor swift has always done, which is turned her life into really personal yet. Universal songs that chronicle years or months or Narayana case just a few months of her life a very short window of dive. But it was it was it was fascinating to hear. And also just so well done executed. I have so many favorite songs. My favorite of all the new songs that I heard this one song called fake smile. I was having so many great emotions listening to that song. My God this is like a beyond face song. This is this is so good. But having said that I don't think that should be the next single after the number one seven rings. Seven rings went number one. I that the next single should be disarmed called NASA, which I love NASA. Now the hook falls apart. Really? I think it's I think it's very radio friendly now NASA, not a single bloodline will probably be the next single. If I was picking it. That's what I would go with NASA. The hook falls apart the build up to the hook of that song. When I was listening to that so long as I stay. I'm like, this is a jam this. This is this is a hit. This is a hit then comes the hook. And I'm like this is not a hit the song it's fallen apart. I wish you would've taken more time on the hook and the self when you think back on thank you next. That's not the hook. Yes. Of songs either. Thank you, not the whole song is a hook. Thank you next. The payoff is there. The payoff is not there for NASA at all. That's the problem with NASA. There's no pay bloodline. There's a payoff. I think and I love fake smile. Like that song to to just add onto what you said. When I initially heard it. I said it's like reading her diary for the. Past fifteen months. It's exactly what it sounds like. And it has a lot of hip hop elements to it. It's it doesn't have that holiday see production. If you know what I mean that adult contemporary on last time with a simple little dings. And the whatever this is like hip hop beats trap beats at times, and it's like a hip hop album. But pop, and it's very contemporary. I don't know how that album ages. You know, what I mean, like, I don't know if that album makes sense in five years from now, I don't know. We'll we'll have to see how this music kind of plays out. I don't know if these songs are timeless, they they may have a shelf life because they are so of her life right now. But I think in this non album single world. That's what you're going to have to get used to because people are just going to put out singles, even if you have just one timeless song often album. Thank you next. Yeah. You're right. Thank you next. That is a song that we will hear a year two years. I mean, it'll that's on his legs and to her credit surpass. Passing her last album sweetener that one debuted. I believe it about to approximately two hundred and thirty five thousand units the first week. This one is expected to move between two hundred seventy two three hundred thousand the first week. So you know in this day and age to be able to surpass what you just did in the music industry. I think that's a big deal. I have become fascinated by her now at everything and her crew, their friends, blah, blah. I'm such an I feel like I turn you turn the page on her for you, y'all. Joe back and listen to. Made you go back, and listen anybody that listen to this podcast. I was the one that was super fanning. And you're like, I don't like her. I don't share. She sucks. You know, what you're your Johnny come lately. That's what you are. You are you're like a front runner. You're like the fan that shows up in the playoffs. That's what you are. You're like she's number one. I love her. I've loved her all along. Six months waiting on her aiding on her. I did not love her all along. And she wanted me over because her not you Jesus anyways before we really get to the Grammys. I wanna take a moment to thank eighty new sponsors sent bird. Oh my God. This is perfect for me because I love sense. And if you love sense or have a loved one who loves since my mom loves sense as well. It's one of my favorite things to give her. So that's why I'm so excited. I am now a part of the sent bird family because they will give you sense at every single month. And now, I'm gonna get several fragrances to give my mom a month. And for me to there are over four hundred and fifty designing there. Brands that you can choose from with sent bird and not just perfumes for women colognes for men as well. I'm talking Gucci Tom Ford. Kenneth Cole burglary product Magadan and get this. I told you it's not that expensive. I'm going to save even more money. 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I would have just put lady Gaga I after communica yo and Ricky Martin and j belvin was Shawn Mendez and Miley Cyrus, I appreciated the gratuitous. Sleeveless action. Shawn Mendez was giving us. Okay. That's that's spiced up his usually vanilla performance. He's always he's never bad. Okay. I mean, you wanna talk about seeing that performance. That God Miley saved. No, no, no, no. No, no. He's not save him Miley stole his prevents. Yeah. Stolen. That's a better word for she stolen. Yes. She made it her own afterwards. There's an award lady Gaga one with Bradley Cooper for shallow after that, Casey musk graves came and performed rainbow. And she ended up being the big winner of the night. She won best album and several other awards and found captivating even though she just stood there. It was a special song. She's a special artist I've loved her longtime, and I loved her performance after that was genetic Monet. And I think she is perhaps the most over hyped artists in music. I don't dislike her, I don't think her performance was bad, but she's overly praised in my opinion. I'm like. I don't I don't. I don't see it. I don't get it. I'm also not buying what she's selling to me. Every one of her songs sounds like she's a prince protege. And I don't know if you remember like Appalachia six or vanity six, but those songs that that prince produced all sounded exactly like the songs that she puts out. And none of them were great. None of them. I mean name one abalone six song. You know what I mean? And that's what she sounds like to me. Hello nasty girl by van well that's songs of the eighties. Now, it's not only six just apple Neha. No. It was vanity six Napaloni six. She took over for vantage apple over she took over for vanity. I went purple rain came. Oh, wow. I not know. Wow. You're right. Come on. You're talking to captain prince here. Let me come on. That's what I mean. That music sounds like that to me. And it just I'm with you. I mean when you tweeted that you thought that she's a little over rated. I was like, yeah. I kinda agree with? You. She just continuously gets looks. She's a lot like Tori, Kelly that I said that I the pres- I said that two days ago, I said that to Kella two days ago, and I couldn't come up with their name. I was like, you know, the blonde haired frizzy girl that kept getting like Pepsi commercials. And she just kept getting look after look at never could lend a hit the Tori Kelly. That's exactly it. That's the girl was thinking. But I like, Tori Kelly more than L. Monet Torricelli can really sing? God bless her. She made a she made a dust bowl album. She did a couple of months ago. I didn't know she was all God's squad. Really? Oh, yeah. Oh, major major may Tom. All right after that was song of the year, childish Gambino one. And that one goes to the songwriters. And to me that song the middle is such an earworm. We're going to be hearing the middle thirty years from now. I don't know if we're going to be hearing. This is America thirty years from now. I agree with you that song is it's a monster. You couldn't get away for it for tire year. The song was robbed totally robbed. But I get why childish Gambino one just get it. Because it's more of a testament of the time. Well, first of all what is the best? What does that mean? It's an award show. It's all subjective. And Secondly, the people that win are always the most deserving right me that middle song with that Merrin Morris gray that deserved to get the award for songwriting period. But it didn't instead chums can be no one, and he is the funniest thing. He went to a Grammys pre party, but didn't even show up to the Grammy's. And he was in town, and he was nominated for major awards, but I actually respect that. Here's why I would rather artist not show up to the Grammys than show up to the Grammy's and shit on the Grammy is like Drake. Did I thought it was? Kinda lame for Drake to show up at then this them in my opinion. That'll no if he distant I I didn't feel that he dissed them. I just thought he said, look, hey, totally does them. I know I took it. He was saying just celebrating just me. It doesn't really mean anything we all should be celebrated because we're all putting acid seats as what it meant to me. I think he is saying that rewards are silly. And I think that all of the people there realise that the awards are solely. It's also Jek give. Yeah. It was a disc though, he's like you don't need the Grammy. I wanna apple apple moment for them TD awards. It's all bullshit out. Right. But it is all bullshit. I mean, everybody knows. It's all bullshit don't show up to the Grammy's. And then say that. But I don't think he was my my point is I don't think he was belittling the Grammys. I think he was lifting up the other artists that didn't win. I think he was literally meet Graham if you say, so yes, I'm right after that was. Post Malone and with the chili peppers, but it was a post own performance. It was solid unliked. It didn't say I loved it. But but I liked it. I didn't understand bringing the peppers out in that song choice. Like if you're gonna do a song with posted loan do scar tissue do under the bridge have him sing trade versus with Anthony Keates. I just didn't understand that song. And why they did that it just didn't make sense to me Ken told them to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. After post Malone with the tribute to Dolly Parton with Casey must graves in Katy Perry. And you know, what I kind of love a lot that Katy Perry showed up the Grammy's and performed for sixty seconds as part of a Dolly Parton tribute because some artists like beyond say or anybody else that was a big artist. They may feel oh unless I'm getting a big look amok gonna do it or or that's beneath me, they might think beyond say would probably think, you know, doing sixty seconds in the Diana Ross tribute would be beneath her. But I love that Katy Perry did it. And I think that was a good look for her. And she is nice to see her. She didn't sound amazing. But she didn't sound bad either. I loved Miley during the Dalai tribute Miley with my MVP for the night. I wish. She would have done to perform third time. I really wanted more from. I think marriage is treating her really, well, there's something about Miley. These days I'm loving it. Merrin Boras also performed the Dalai tribute and little big town, did and Dolly even did a new song, which I loved. So that was great and we've been talking Grammy's so much, but the four-week continue in rapper Karanis coverage and then move onto other things. I think I'm going to call the psychic source before the Oscars. So that they can tell me who's gonna win in place. The bet I'm gonna be a gambling man, I actually need all of their their input because I have not seen any of the nominated films, but the psychic source. Let me tell you. 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All right after the Dalai tribute was her which I thought she was dead solid. A may I wasn't blown away at it was bad down there for sure. But. Yeah. Yes, solid. Let's go solid. I like that after her was Cardi B. And I would say it was a solid a minus. I loved it. But I didn't love it with exclamation marks. I loved it. Maybe with a one exclamation or I resent at loved it. I liked it a lot that was a very run of the mill performance. I thought she could have done a lot better wasn't terrible. Maybe be minus. I'll go be honest. But I wanted to hit starts with a song to me. And I just I wasn't saying along. I was just watching like this is kind of boring. I thought she looked great. I thought she sounds great. I loved the scale of it. It was day. Get it was dope. It felt like a Grammy's performance views ical, shoes confident. It was. It was I loved it. And I was still Cardi at the same time that it was great after that was the award for country album, Casey musk graves, one than a leash aquis little medley of other people's songs. Dating into New York. I loved it. She's great damage shea. Got a nice look there this country duo that guy really sang. Wow. That was awesome. After that was the best rap song, Drake. Wa and then he gave that speech, then Diana Ross was celebrated for her seventy fifth birthday by Diana Ross, celebrating herself, and they have a whole special on CBS coming up. It's like the do we have to go on for ten hours on this. It was too long. I was surprised that she didn't collaborate with anybody else though. I really enjoyed the Dalai did that you know, there was nothing. There was nothing special about the the Diana performance. We've seen Diana Ross performs a ton of times. I wouldn't say it was boring, but it just didn't feel special felt like oh and other Diana Ross performs board after. That was lady Gaga. And I understand why she did it. But I think the guy got performance was a mess at years. Why it was it was just it was weird. But that's kinda who gogga is. And I felt like she wanted to give a very Gaga performance for the Grammy's and that at the Oscars had it been not so weird. Had it be a more Oscars performance of that song. I thought it was one of the best performances of the night. What? Why not get it? That's why she such a crazy talented. Interesting artists. She came out and performed a song. If it was a high energy rock song with the pointing and the kicking and the hair flipping. Yeah. That was weird as fuck was doing a ballot. That's why it was so good. She did something completely different with the song that as you said you expected to go on the Oscars with Bradley Cooper. They're going to sit in a piano and stare at each other, and she'll probably cry during it she can't do the same performance as she says, what's the polar opposite? And she does something that no one is ever thought of doing before I'm going to act out a song as a heavy metal rock song. But it's going to be a ballot. I thought it was brilliant next level brilliant. I don't get. I don't get it artistic thoughtful amazing. I thought it was great. She looked great. She sounded great ape. Plus for me. She shave loved gray hair was awesome, though. I love your hater. That's what no. I'm not a hater. I just did not. That was president was. So it was the most artistic thing of the night. There was nothing more artistic tonight than that. Nothing. Doing a heavy. Metal performance to a ballot is fucking art. If you ask me, I don't see how you don't get it that way. Well, it didn't land didn't connect it didn't resume with me. With me. I I don't I don't know. What you missed or what you were watching or what you were hating. But I thought it was really interesting cool idea. It didn't do anything for me. That's cool. I after my two favorite performances haven't happened yet. Get you got after that was Travis Scott. I'm just not a Travis Scott fan. But I did like the cage to cage was cool as that. When the kids ran up to the cage, and we're running up at it seemed kind of dangerous of his coal. Yeah. I like that too whole auto tune, though, I know, I know tape pain just replied to my tweet know, he didn't he did. He really. During during the traffic performance with that. With that. That's gonna laugh. Because it just happened. Okay. I just saw it. During the Travis Scott performance that the first half was him super auto tunes. And I said commun- and t pain ruined rap music with auditing. And then t pain responded saying, quote, I didn't tell anybody to calm. I just wanted to have my terrible chart-topping award when he records all by myself. You know, what let's give t pain a little credit at least. He did it. I okay. He he's right. He can't help it everybody. From till the end of time now has been off of his that has no talent. Now everybody that has no talent. Does it? It's comical Jay Z tried to kill it in that song death of auditing when he said, it was so famously said it was over it death of auditing. It's enough enough t- painting. We're we're we're tired of it. But nobody listened because everybody's going. Well. That's good t pain. I enjoyed that. That's a good segue to our next performance. Which was Jennifer Lopez doing a Motown tribute. And if you don't know that entire performance was using live auto tune. But the difference between what Travis Scott did it. And when J lo did, it will actually the weird thing is it was clearly a stylistic choice with Travis Scott did it because they have lied auto tune now that doesn't sound like auto, Tim, you know, if you're just an average listener. And you don't know like, I know it'll just sound like you're sounding good. But Travis Scott wanted it sound like t pay J lo wanted just to sound amazing. But she's not the most amazing singer. But because of auto tune, she's really fucking good on a great. Yeah. And I thought I'd not mad that she used live on itunes. I would rather you use. Auto tune in sound good than lip sync. You know, at least you didn't lip sync. And she killed it. I thought that she was he get a lot of heat for his like what the fuck is Jennifer Lopez doing Motown tribute for. But it was awesome. I loved it. It was I think one of my favorite one of my top two performances of the I think it was my favorite and especially going in with. What does Jennifer Lopez have to do with Motown with that in my head? I was like I don't know how good this is going to be as she just a part of it. And that girl is just a performer. She just knows what the hell she's doing out there. You know what I mean? She's captivating. She knows how to choreograph shit. She just she knows what she's doing that Vegas. Residency sense. She is done that. I think that has stepped her up as a performer having to do it night in night out because she's never been go on tour kind of girl. That's not her thing. She'd never done that. So I just think this nonstop performing his made her a better performer. I thought she was great after the jaylo thing. They did best are be album. Congratulations to her. She also slightly dissed the Grammys that gets an EP I think one of the themes of the night is disag- McGrath. And I didn't find that as a Grammy. Disa- didn't even wouldn't even have thought that after that was branded Carlisle I thought she was great after branded Carlisle beyond say's proteges khloe Crowley, performed at it really care for their take on the song. They to do it for their too young to know what that's on even mains or how to perform it. They're just kids after that Cardi de won for best rap album. She's the first solo female to win that category. Mickey Manashe has not. So congrats party d and it was a very emotional acceptance speech from her she was cut off by the stupid producers who were cutting up everybody what you're gonna stand up there for twenty minutes. I made get up there and say something be prepared. She stood up there for five minutes. Say anything after that was Saint Vincent and do elite, bows, coal and Saint Vincent is what Chanel Monet is trying to do. But faint Vincent does it better. Yeah. I loved the Saint Vincent into a leap of performance that to me was unexpected as Faulk and it landed that that to make you know, you mentioned that to me that was art that was that was God that was trying to do. But. Listen, I don't want it. I think I can't be objective. If in my mind Datta gave a great performance that'd be like. Holy fuck. That was amazing. I think most people didn't give a rat's ass about the performance that you're talking about right now. I agree with you that it was great. I believe that most people. No one's going to be talking about it tomorrow. Do I think most people are going to be talking about Gaga either? I don't know if that's going to be the fact either. But I still think you're off base on this one. Most people don't know who do a leap is. And I guarantee you most people have no idea who I can't even remember name Saint visit Vincent. Yes. They do not most. But a lot of people know who she is people know new rules. That's all they know. And most people don't even know who she sings it and most people how about this think Duleep as do not like a household name. We'll see won best new artist. And I really hope she does not get the best new artist purse, which LSU car has she won last year. She's over. No come on. She is she she released a follow up album. Bet Fulop down hit not do out. That's true off hard flop sa- bummer. There was the Aretha Franklin tribute you'll on the atoms and Fantasia and Andrade once again Fantasia that nominal, and I sit at this tweet which was not a diss in. I hope people don't interpret it as a diss. I was so thankful, but it was Fantasia doing this Aretha tribute at not Jennifer Hudson. Because Jennifer Hudson is so overused, you know, to pay tribute to people and Fantasia is so under you'd all. Okay. Take a nice hotel like that. I like that a lot Fantasia is a mazing us is so frigate good. I was nice that they dug her up to do that. Because she she did a nice job. You know, you forget how talented she is. She really is a talent. It all three of those ladies, I mean, just singing up there. I mean by voices on all three of those women was it's just unbelievable health and sex. They go together like peanut butter and jelly before. You have a taste. No, you're prevention ops. See why health and sex belonged again, visit healthy sexual Stockholm. After that we had record of the year that went to childish Gambino who was there at that out of the year, Casey must parades. And somebody else who was not at the Grammys who also I think should have been there. And it's yet another example of how the Grammys are out of touch Halsey was not at the Grammy's. And I think that's probably one of the reasons why she ended up hosting and performing on Saturday Night Live. Look it could be just as easy as she already committed to ask now. Well, you know, what even if she had already done a performance on SNL? She should have. Still done another performance on the Grammy's. 'cause she's that hot right now. I think she could have flown in, but she would have missed rehearsal and everything else, and she probably wants the best possible. Look, and she'll get that next year shake could have rehearse Sunday morning. She could plane she just killed her son. You have any idea. How hard the prep is for one week of us now to come and pull off the Grammys on a performance the next night. She should've at least been there. I think but I do understand her not performing SNL. She wasn't just the musical act. Remember, she was the host and musical act. That's a lot to put on anybody shoulders. And then to say do the biggest show of the year the next night. Now, did you watch her performances on us now? I did. She was great wasn't. She great. She's always great. She's she's really talented. I like Halsey a lot. We gotta get to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and we will. But I I gotta tell you guys about Vitali vitalize is made of CDs. It is this. Substance made from the cannabis plant, but it will not get you high. This by the life is something you can put in a drink or if you're real ballsy can drink a bus all comes in a little like a tripper thing. And you just put it under your tongue one two drops, whatever. But I've been using it. It's great for if you have muscle pain. And I've always got something I've got something screwy with my shoulder and have for about five years, and I have problem sleeping sometimes. And before I go to bed we have a couple of drips of this. And it does seem to work it takes the edge off. And it's better than aspirin. It's great vital life. I recommend it. I use it. I like it. Yeah. And it's great for exaggerating. It's got so many benefits. You should definitely at least try especially because for for a limited time to PHP listeners. Get twenty five dollars off your first order by visiting try vita life dot com. That's try the. IT? I F E dot com slash Peres through twenty five dollars off your first order over the weekend. Jennifer, Aniston celebrated her fiftieth birthday at Brad hit was there. Oh by God. I saw the headline, and I immediately text you, and I was like QC. Well, now, everybody's like imagining. What's what's happened, or or what will happen, or what does this mean is it just friends or they're giving back together like, wow. Well, especially because according to reports they were not we're not friends while he Angelina were together. Brad jed did it have a relationship cer- now for him to show up at our fiftieth birthday party. I got they're injured. I got a theory. What's your theory? Well, it's friends number one. I mean, they're friends funny friends funny, their friends, and here's what I think what happened if he is indeed sober and he went through the program, and he went through the steps, I think at some point he picked up the phone and said, look, here's my end of our relationship. And what I did what went bad. And I think that once that happened. I think that opened the door for them to become friends again and. Realized that they work great friends to begin with before they were married, and they were a good couple in some regards. And I think it was a nice sentiment of him to visit her as a friend on her birthday. She probably enjoyed it. She's single. She doesn't have a boyfriend that she has to clear it with she. He's single. He doesn't have to clear it with anybody else. So it was it was a nice move. That's my fear. You think you're getting back together? No zero zero ruined again. Five five percent just to give you a little Boehner. Because I know you want them to get back together. Now, I'm gonna give it ten percent ten. All right. Just ahead percent chance of a Brad jed thunder. Anyways, it more. Couples news. Justin Bieber was on the cover of the new issue of vogue with his wife. Haley beaver does your read any quotes from that? I did I read most of it. Did he find it extremely odd? How they were describing their new marriage as so literally quote, very hard in my mind. Is it the first part of marriage of the first year? What the honeymoon phase? Aren't you just the happiest yes, if you're a normal human being but Justin Bieber as we've chronicled in depth on the show is nowhere near a norm. Oh, human being or do. They have a normal relationship when you're one of the most famous people on the earth, and I think he had some problems before that he obviously addressed in the article, I think his total transparency in honesty. I is a little dangerous to be honest with you to put it out there in print, but I don't think it's a bad sign actually ultimately think it's a good sign that he's talking about his life. And it shows me he's had some therapy. Or maybe they've had some therapy or individually maybe together who knows and he's communicating and he's he's evolving as a man, and he's the older you get the more. You learn how to talk express yourself. And I think that's a good sign. So I'm rooting for them. And I I think it's more weird than he that he shared so much. I would think that he would be a little bit more guarded. I'm not really sure why he shared so much. That's that's the area for me. Yeah. Well, like, you mentioned he talked about drug youth even mentioned that, you know, his his. Security would check on him just to make sure he had a pulse that made me. Just thank gosh. What was he doing? He also revealed they reveal the couple that they did not have premarital sex. According to them. I think they're probably not counting oral sex blow job is not counted. I don't know. Maybe it's more of the message of church that they're putting out there. I don't know if I believe it. I can't believe they even commented on it to be very honest with you. I don't know why they did. It's a little too personal. But okay, they're spreading the word. I guess I don't want to not being a hater. I I don't see them lasting. But I wish them. Well. Good for them. Hope it lasts more music related news. This was just after everything that's happened. R Kelly is going on tour. It's not a lazy going on tour in some places. His tour is selling out specifically in Germany, right? They probably just are not as informed poo healthy sex is. Before you get busy, which your health on your status and prevention. Prevention options, healthy and sexual blow to get find out. How at healthy section stuff? Anyways. An update last week. We spoke about Jay Wahl and WADA people had some feelings on that as did her soon to be ex husband Roger Matthews, just like the soon to be ex of Natalie Maynes, the Dixie chicks wants to challenge. Her pre NUP, he signed a pre-nup. And now he does not want to abide by the pre nuts end this dude at an aids clearly just a legal maneuver to try and extort her from for money, but he's asking for full primary custody of their children. Whatevs lame. Oh, we'll speaking of crazy people so much drama behind the scenes of the Wendy Williams show. Holy moly. Chase still not expected back at least for one more week. And a lot of reports of unrest with her staff, and a lot of people that work for her were upset that she spoke to Nick cannon who was filling in for her before she even spoke to her own employees. And there was a recent report about her husband being too controlling and abusive, and blah, blah, blah law. Holy moly drama. I don't know if she'll get renewed to be honest. We'll see if it I think Kirsch show is one of those weird shows that they don't do long renewables. Like, I think she goes year to year, maybe wrong about I don't know her deal. I don't know. Anyways onto other news who cares about it. Speak free came Kurt ashen and Connie west. Yup. Khania Kim Kardashian this fourteen million dollar condo in Miami as a Christmas present. And then Kim told Konya she doesn't want it. So they just lost six hundred thousand dollars in their security deposit. And they go down there. Am I wrong about this? Didn't they go down to the place? They took some pictures inside of it. Yeah. They did than Kim said, you know, what it's not private enough. It's not big enough for us. But what I think I think that he never bought it. I think there's some sort of deal with the place, they arranged something, and they got some press out of it. And I smell something else going on here. Because I doubt the take six hundred thousand dollar hit for ultimately helping this place out something's out I could buy that. Also, the speaking of the car jenner's. And money Kylie Jenner to her one year old daughter. The most lavish first birthday already Brentwood out Universal Studios back lot and spent probably a million dollars on this party insane for her because this kid's not going to remember from her. But so what if you got that kind of money to shut it down? That's awesome. You know, a million dollars. Black. China's own mother says that broad Kardashian should have custody of her grandchild dream of bad news, isn't it nap? Pete Davidson covered up his Arianna Guerande tattoo with the word cursed. Ooh, that's morbid. His I'm concerned for that guy cursed. That's not a word. I would want on me. And finally that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will it's so wild. He put on blast the National Enquirer their parent company. AM I who he claims was trying to extort him. And I love that. He did that. I think that those shady shenanigans should be illegal now before we take some calls. I want to remind you all if you want your armpits or your mouth to smell and taste good. Like coconut lack coconut. Oh, pari has got to cover. They've got there. I comic coconut deodorant. They've also got some amazing toothpaste. They've also recently launched two new fragrances of deodorant beach and gardenia camparis deodorant and their toothpaste. Also is all natural that it means. No silicones, no soul fates. No parabens, no, Chia mos- or even baking soda. 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I did not like that that older chick that I thought was hot with the red hair. She's like, I don't know thirty one or thirty two she's delusional. I could tell she's not she overplayed our cards. She went to the dude. And she's like, I need to know what's going on with us. I need to move this relationship along. And this guy's like, look, you nitwit I'm here with twelve other girls right now. This is a reality show. This isn't real mellow out. She wouldn't mellow out. It basically talked herself off the show. So now, she's gone shocking. She's single she ding bet they went on a group date this Hannah bay she's that red faced girl, I told you about that was the pageant girl. It's kinda red-faced underneath a makeup. She gave the first I'm falling in love with you already way too early. I don't know why she did that. But I think she really wants to be the bachelorette or something. But I don't feel it. The other Hannah Hannah, gee, I just wanted to bring her up because next time everybody's looking at her notice her tiny little mouth, what was that character? Like that Baker had the tiny mountain. She has a tiny beaker mouth. I can't stop looking at it. Then there's the Cassie girl. She's like the Beechy girl they made out and then they crawled into bed together. And remember, he's a virgin this guy must have blue balls like his balls must be the size of Texas because they were like dry humping for shore. So that was fun to watch this. Anita. She got in a fight with the coal if these two girls, man girls, don't get it. Right. He's listening to me don't ever fight in front of a man ever. Don't ever get into a brawl with another girl in front of a guy because this is what a guy is thinking as mine is. He's listening to two girls fight one day. She's going to be screaming at me that way, and he saw both of these girls. And I was like you both have both signed your death certificates. You're both done. You're out dominoes. You don't fight like this in front of a dude because he's going to smell it. Go. I don't need this in my life. I don't need this kind of drama unless he's a drama Queen. So I think they're both gonna get tossed from the show, but it's getting good. I mean, we're down to like eleven girls, and I'm still into it. I'll keep you posted sounds exhausting. Good though. It's it was really a good episode last week. It'd be this many weeks, and it's still be fun. That's a good sign. Right. Let's do the call. Okay. Guys. I don't wanna say my name, and I'll tell you why. Quickly. I'm a judge in the neighboring state, and I do love your podcast. I enjoy driving downtown listening. However, I do want wanna make a quick comment and give you a basically neutral judicial perspective on the whole J. While issue Booker, you are right on. And I know Peres does not have a another bow or another parent with whom he may have that's conflict, perhaps it's hard to understand. But the bottom line is you don't ever put that kind of information out anywhere. I tr- trust me when I tell you the number of lawyer to use that information against the other parties in the courtroom. It's tremendous. Social media information is a nightmare for lit again. It's never in the best interest of children's air, your thirty laundry out in the public one day. Those children will be adult. They'll be looking to apply for colleges job better. And you just never know. When information is going to. Screw up their future. So anyway, that's guys. Thanks again. Take care. Like to always be wrong. Just answer that question. What what does it feel like to constantly be proved wrong by me? It must leave a hole in your heart. Just tell me explain please. Just because it's judge said that doesn't mean anything, you're right. She's probably like what would your? Probably roll. She's a she's a pathological liar that college believes. Articulate and intelligent pathological liar. If you've listened to the way, she spoke that woman was dammed. They're brilliant. Matter of fact, I can't believe that's smart listens to our dumb ass show. So God's less. That's why that's why she's live. I set her up and wrote it for her. Oh, God, another call. From New York, I will make the duper quick. I completely agree with Booker on tissue of Gaoyao. And her husband is so incredibly inappropriate to put all of your information out there hall, the police get your lawyers involved, it is just not the time or place for social media. I just completely completely disagree about help. Both of them Roger nj. Wow. Or handling that? Their kids are going to see it someday. And I just find it incredibly inappropriate. So I'm with you on that one Booker have a great day guys. I think the court of public opinion matters. That's the difference. I go. I know here don't Tony theaters. Who cares? If the kids are gonna see it some day, if I'm Jay, well, you better fucking believe. I'm going to be leading my kids know your dad beat me. That's not something. I'm gonna keep to myself believe if any employers living in Ontario polling about J will in Roger I get what you're both saying I agree with Booker that for the children, they should not be on public. However that did if this was a normal relationship. Those two have been in the spotlight from the beginning of their relationship. They're both extremely immature. And if you look at the videos Rogers video of him being douchebag old his son taunting Jenny she's running around screaming like a maniac when she should have just removed herself wondered garter is screaming in the background. Both look insane. And the kids shouldn't even be there with them Jenny's video of Roger seemingly choking her and in her to the ground again, neither one of them get a pass. She is a crazy overreacting neurotic cont. We've seen issue of law. Wow. I kinda watch videos. They must be great. I haven't seen any of them. But people have so many opinions about this just got so many calls about this. And I believe hold on. I think we I think we've got someone that's on your side of this. So let's let's hear from this person. Hi, my name is Mariam on the bay area in California. I have been falling you since getting injured website. I feel like we're friends. So it just listening to the pod. And I gotta say what is going on with your fucking cove owes. I. Jamie J while for coming out about her domestic violence, and then shaming the people coming forward with the puck and Michael Jackson documentary. The reason that abusers are able to abuse because of the culture of silence because people stay quite because their shame and we're fucking dumb with that. Hashtag time is up Levy Perez. Support for you. The judge was for me that girl who clearly doesn't even listen to the words. I was saying I didn't shave anybody. I didn't say she shouldn't talk about it. I never said that those were never came out of my mouth. So there's someone on your side. Have you changed your opinion yet? No. People are thinking they're thinking like normal. All right. No, no. Thing difference here is it's not a regular divorce. This guy allegedly was physically abused present. Doesn't matter. It's still going to go to a judge. It doesn't matter if they're on TV famous not famous the is gonna give. On. All right. Well, let's that's enough. Let's let's wrap this up. We talked long enough. We'll take more calls eight hundred seven two one one one eight five that's our number and we'll do this again next week by. 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The Card Counter//Fish & Men//The Beast/Near Dark

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The Card Counter//Fish & Men//The Beast/Near Dark

"Everybody is the film ball. Welcome to the film. i'm brian. Miserably hosts almost tripped myself. They're almost stress sushi at east. The be still be fast and the beast of war as well as the card counter by both of us in a couple of movies perhaps fish and man fishing fish and fishermen fishing fishermen fish. And it's What's the word. I have no communication with you throughout the week. Which is nice. But i i come in here blind. What i'm dealing. We're both going to tell you about the beast. We're both talk about the card cats. All we are okay. Good that's a fun. Wanted to talk about with other people. Carter yeah I don't know if i describe it as fun. It'd be fun to talk about okay. Okay so full-frontal here. I do this new thing. Now right on Friday mornings i flick fast a movie for video. Yeah there's anyone making noise in this This theater. No one's making noise However i found myself having to do this for a smaller movie for the first time. And i have no interest in talking badly about paul schrader film that was made for very small amounts of money. This works here in the summer. Maybe not so much during that. There's still big big giant sexy movies. That come out. But i decided to treat myself like i said and i wanted to see something shanxi. I wanted to see something a little more at my alley. I thought and i kind of pulled some punches. And i was a little bit. I wasn't even though. I did the good the bad and the ugly which is that you know more bad than than good on their video. It's felt weird. I felt dirty. I guess because the cameras volt. I'm not going to have a problem at all talking about all the massive shortcomings that the card counter had with you right here right now because that right now but there was way more people. Listen to this do you. Do you have the audio from las. Becky promise yes. And i will be playing next week on next week tune in next week. Now what. Brian is losing to a couple of things about shonky. Before we get get get rolling here. Brian apologies for my spoiling. I read the comments on the On the message boards on our feature on message boards the comments for each episode ii. Interact with you guys over there. And i saw the Some people were pretty upset about a septic cameo if you can call it that the man shows up halfway through the movie and the rest of the movie. I tried to save rodney. i'd move. I honestly didn't even feel like it was spoiler when i said the man's last name because i honestly at i'm out of my element with these movies. I'm often you are. I don't remember this actor. I'm not gonna say his name. But i don't remember him in this other movie. Yeah i i don't have any. It was the third one. I'll franchise mortaring marvel movies. Don't remember much about that movie and also my thinking is like marvel nerds. Don't they try and figure it every single thing about the movie before it comes out surprise anymore right people who are really into the thing. Like if you're in the franchise you've got to have a between read it and just blogs and whatever record away to figure everything. There's no way that this guy's performance in the movie was under wraps sure. Everything about the matrix will be known. The week before comes at some people who want to now point is that does make me feel awful to think that i ruined anything for anybody because the whole point of me talking has got in microphone other than getting paid and paying bills as i like to enhance movie going. Experience is to make people like like movies. More and and hate spoiler more and an absolutely hates. Yes all you do. All you do is Even a lotta shit. I give you a lotta shit rightfully so because you're like ooh it's the thirty year old classic film born now on you guys do frame makes it out of prison. I don't know if you should anyways. So apologies there. But the old cianci. I'll try and do better. i just won't mention. Hey i'm really good at not mentioning. Actor's name names better memorandum go directors names bad actors so daring song t- You're next to a gentleman who is who was into it. He was very into it and he was exceptionally annoying. And reminding me of why. I don't see movies on friday or saturday nights. I saw thursday night. Thursday nights are kind of the new friday nights now with the new release schedule where they release a lot of these movies. the night before Because i guess say lines up with china's night is so they i think so so technically. It's friday somewhere in the world so they can release it. You know what. I mean bob. Talk somewhere they they found a way to exactly to squeeze in some more showtimes for the the bottom dollar because it's all about box office right. Of course it is but more so now than ever before where they can then make new commercial spots where you'll hear them go made sixty million dollars this week and make sure that you don't miss out on shang cheese in the legend of the sounded just like that just like that so it was very enthusiastic crowd. I unfortunately out of probably three hundred people in that audience. Maybe two hundred. I unfortunately sat next to the guy who was. He wanted to let everyone know in the theater that he was excited and enjoying himself. Sure i played this audio off my phone from my son. He's four years old. My sons four years old and he says no dad that that's from when you're on a ride and i said no that's not me on a ride and my four year old son who has been to exactly two movies in the theater said no. You're not supposed to make noise in the theater. And i said i know haya. He knows and it sounded like this. I will play the edited down. And i didn't get everything. I only got Portions but goes a little something like this by god. That's was dialogue with know. It's tough sometimes over howling a lot of every time anything any kind of action sequences happening and one of the lead characters. Which is the entire. That's entire movie. Always making it look like the lead character or one of the two lead characters is going to die. Some kind of parallel. But you know they're not going to because you're not fucking right you know that there's no way they can die because movies twenty minutes would be. It would not be shocking gene. Plus guess what they're not gonna die. 'cause i want snap into fingers in this particular installment right. We don't gray. Marvel movie took place outside of the thanos battle but like all of a sudden they just disappeared like as the battle. Second place many many my over much better things that if all disappeared about that. I don't think it's going to have a little while breather Nice the nice in the one that drop for the show this guy so much you can hear his nasal drone to because he had a very very bad cold brain and he was blowing his nose handkerchiefs and critiques handkerchiefs. Throughout the entire showing. Can you believe stuck it out. I watch this entire fucking movie. Commitment is with his animal animal's sitting next to me right here. This is a quiet moment. Phil phil this is a quiet moment shonky and you can you can hear him doing his lap and then he immediately leans over little buddies because he was talking to them throughout two but he had some sense of self awareness because he was at least trying to keep his his tones hushed when he talked to his neighbors or to his friends. Go gordon abdeen dear no you can hear it versus the moronic laugh. Not heard and then and then he immediately breaks into some kind of Much like you do with notes you write down your notes like he's he's actually talking his notes to his dictating family. I hate him so much breath. Here's a bit of it. Amazing what i don't i don't presuppose that our show is so that someone had to be there but you know it's a packed theater in l. a. On thursday night. I gave us more physical descriptions on my My video i was disgusted. You can see the discussion you know but he was wearing flip. Flops or berkinstocks types. He is very hairy toes. We could see them when he took off at one point in the movie and put them on the seat in front of it so no issues. He had a really bad cold two weeks ago week. Strong came out. Five o'clock shadow. White dude. I should start off of that white looking dude. Just lobbyists lobby schlumpy. And he just unloaded like like like the contents of a super supermarket. Run like he had at least five items from home. Nothing from the. Oh yeah he can't. He fueled in meal. I told you that was a lays the crinkly christmas crinkly est bright. I didn't get any audio that but that was to route and he had some identifiable like thing wrapped in tinfoil bottle will fucking bottle of something. It wasn't it wasn't booze. I don't think this guy's a drinker. I take them more of stayed home lately. Leaned back and playing games all day. I don't sneak mid thirties. I listen to a lot of food and drink into the movie theater but automatically be hard these days to do anything bulky like that. I took a backpack in their couple of weeks ago. I was kind of dismayed that they didn't shake me down all the shit that's going on. I am a sketchy looking guy who like ten years ago. The talking Dr dark knight. Yeah all right. let's go all right. Things remind me. I forgot to do that. Fan huff lakeshore. Let me jump in real quick. All right we lost norm macdonald today. Yes we talk about that. I was very sad to hear the news Did you have any idea that he totally totally shocking on the yelled out of over there and not only did i don't know not surprising. He enormous just kind of friendly. We actually cut how to call in from rob schneider to talk about it and he had no idea and i know he doesn't know kobe thing either. Also true but i imagine robin norm. Our friends. you know. Rob rob is trying to get norm into a project. He was working on a couple of years and normal into it. Kind of makes sense. Now you know what i mean. In retrospect but Yeah sad i mean. I don't know that his brilliance was best captured in movies. A show about movies but he was good in. So i still think sad but i still think. He had an uncut gems in him. He he he had a deep to his His comedy from what i know of norm. I don't know if he would've let himself go that series. He never allowed anything to become too serious no matter what it was so i don't know if he would've allowed i don't know if he could have done it gambling. He's the goofiest. Part of like adam sandler. He's he and i to see a standup i. I got to see him do standard price five six times which was an absolute delight in my favorite thing about about him. The comics comics so he people. Would there actually be disclaimer. Out in front of the improv. Say nor mcdonald's style of branding of humor is very different from what you might be accustomed to with. Snl which was already fucking out there. And you know the old like we're not gonna give refunds you know. By risk sure irv are he very much like reversible and he would tell one joke after another that got very little laughs in he did not care and waitstaff would all be laughing as they're serving drinks and the comics that were also in the audience would be laughing and he was comics comic. A lot of the stuff was really fucking far out. It wasn't that long after nine. Eleven jokes was. Yeah everyone the united after the twin towers and everyone says never never forget. And i'll never forget. You know where i was nine. I'll never forget. Just just just pin drop in the audience. He seemed to revel in that. Because i love eating ball. I've seen so many tributes people posting on twitter and here's my bed joke and one that has not seen can't say it hasn't been posted but when he he did a roast where he did almost all bad jokes but he did it in a very corny way and i got no first and then people kind of caught on of course hysterical by the end but it was got. I'm thinking this habit. it was like. Hey those mets like very corny stupid He would just come out with a giant cowboy hat right right. Do like a bad. Burt reynolds light his birth. I love to do. I hope is a funny hat. I hope that would chew on the gum. I really hope that he becomes kind of conic. Like you know down. The road like he gets rediscovered becomes something larger than life. I can see a possibility of that because he was kind of like just below the surface. You never really broke out like you said. He never had like an uncut. It hasn't really had comedies lately. Movies yeah i dunno. I mean he's been cancer for heartbreak. Be hard pressed to name five movies. He's been dirty work. Yeah billy madison. I'm sure using mr deeds something next week. We'll let you all know what the top five nor mcdonald performance. Well that was my point was that i don't even know if he has five like he's so brilliant of comedic mind but movies just didn't capture were made him special anyway. They'll be missed sad cancer for ten years and he was he was. He was a celebrity jeopardy. It was just so so a lot of this. And i can't the animal. He doesn't dirty work. Dr doolittle billy madison. Of course worried about and stuff that we haven't seen jack and jill which we have not seen all right we. Shall we see jack and jill for next week. Mr rob snyder. Is this stapler. Oh you're screwed. of course. he was in screwed drops. So many drops weird how that works. That works all right. Let's get to get into it. What the listener seen art so starts off thanks to mitch burns who compiled our list every week and it starts off with. Rip norm macdonald. Sad face with a tear. Yes we agree Moving onto at dry d w rail on twitter. Kate what i wished gunpowder. Milkshake would have been actually almost cared for the characters. Fun anime inspired action. Movie not really made for me. So i skipped kate but Who knows maybe one day. The camber volume on instagram. The card counter. I'm not sure it's intended to be or not. But it felt like a spiritual sequel to first reformed tiffany haddish felt off. but she and oscar. Isaac had great chemistry. The slow pace paid off with the ending. I tend to agree with that and then only two people saw the card. Can i even said that because that sounds awful but g only two people the matter oh people are complaining about it very limited run and not being able to see yeah. There's a lot of hard to get to. I guess if you don't live in la or new york. Maybe a lot of talking to animals. A lot of paul schrader fans listen to this role crew is now free to all hat disney plot just in time for sign movie so a few people saw toady web on facebook. Crew code says crow ele. I think if. Brian assigns is moving anderson. He will quit the show. Both emma both ammos were great but a very uninteresting. Movie for me. Anderson will tell us next week. Lisa wolf on facebook malignant was absolutely insane and i loved it. I couldn't take my eyes off the screen in the final third act crazy and fund and then bill medina madisha bill media goes on to say from instagram. I'm a horror fan. And i like some of james want. Jane's wan's other films but this one is bad who talk about malignant. The acting terrible especially the female cop in the big reveal is supposed to be a shock but it had me laughing out loud. There was one good twist to put overall. It's on good. And then the film ball tomatoes for malignant is forty five percent really So yeah i in fact. I talked to florence Our resin into scream queen here on the from brummer and she saw malignant and she she. I don't think she got through it. She's like not for me but very mixed grab plus is solar is phil. I should say next episode top-five bryant top five worst movie concepts brought to us by florence. Yeah our very own florence who. I got the big news about florence. The next episode was that oh come on. Yeah i got some big news. Dr lawrence today and Big news big big news. All you want to get into our our our flick fashions tyler. Fuck first. movers. We've seen in the past week. Anderson signed me a film. The bees appeased aka the beast of war. Nineteen eighty-eight film directed by kevin reynolds. He of waterworld fame. Jason patric stars in this george zuniga stephen baldwin. Donald patrick harvey round out the american cast. no runs mantis granderson. Strangely enough why are you starting with a beast. I feel like we should. We started with card count area. We just talked about whatever you can do car be. There's nothing going we talking about car counter and mama guess. Let's talk to the beast. This is katrina on prime videos. Where i saw it. The beast anderson said is a movie about the soviet invasion of afghanistan. This is a tank troop that Finds themselves lost in the afghantistan wilderness. Because ghanistan the afghans desert. It'd be the likely is the desert. Technically world and i love you buddy but some of the things you don't know because you're mr like brainiac but i assume wilderness just meant like outdoor wild wild right there in the opposite. I see what you're saying. I'm not saying the forest the wilderness think means is like it's like almost head up while you continue to kind of talk about the beast tickets so these guys get a marooned out there in the afghan wilderness desert and some local afghans. Don't appreciate them being there. Seeing the opens up with them devastating a small small village in an afghanistan and the locals who are left. take it upon themselves to pursue and terrorize this tank. Okay so you're you're kinda fucking this up and i it concerns by a legion of tanks. I'd say about half a dozen of them or so ago and they they torch this small little town sure. This small village said the question is part of the of in afghanistan and they and they war crimes take place these russian russians. Just come in and torture and kill and Torture to an extent. There's a very tough seem to watch involved. In a man. The treads of the tank and a lot of the local men in the village are gone while this takes place and then the do their business and then they leave. And then the men smattering of men. Who were no not in the village at the time. Come back. And they find this devastation. Much much like luke masala. Did you really no of course not. And then they're furious and then a neighboring tribe says. Hey we know who did this. And there's more One of the tanks hasn't got out of out of our our wilderness yet. He's he's lost and the next arrest of the movie as these angry. Afghan villagers seeking vengeance on this tank. It's going to be bizarro. Cat-and-mouse story in a weird way. A little bit yes. It's the mice track track tracking the capital mouse and cat store. I fucking love this movie. I loved it. I assigned it to you open. You would love. It was the best movie. I never knew anything about really okay. I did not love it. However i liked it. Is it above average movie and a lot of things about it. Fundamental problem number one with with the conceptual part of this movie shouldn't they have at least tried. Russian accents the death of stalin. What half well. That's also kind of slapstick. Comedy still got serious dramatic at the very end when it counted true. But i think in more of like a hunt for cto look. It's a great story. It is and aren't gonna make the afghans we're gonna make it so the americans made it and i got it. Forgive it. I used to be real stickler for that kind of thing but some of my favorite war movies are done this way. We're there to speak in english. I think when they're doing the accents. It's almost kinda goofy. Like what are you doing accountable. Maybe there's nobody to know because obviously they demerit themselves. They're americans but the problem is they're so american like seem baltimore's like a dude from like cleveland. You know what i mean is like just some average american dude who who were trying to buy a russian. You know what i mean. And it's a little bit. I there might have been. It have been on purpose suggests that while the russians did these horrific things you know. They're not that far removed from us. We must similar horrific things like perhaps they were trying to draw parallels there more maybe not all i know is that this movie cost eight million dollars to make back in nineteen eighty seven one was produced and the head of the studio at the time was all for it the head of the studio change by the time. The movie was completed production and all marketing and support of the film was pulled and this one hundred and ten thousand dollars and the theater et played very limited and Kind of went away and was never thought of again. And i greg. And i kind of just discovered it a few months ago and i i love this movie. I still think about it. And it's one of these high-concept movies that really really worked. I definitely enjoyed. It is a good move to. It's all shot really well. He's kevin reynolds love shooting the difficult conditions. Possible reuters. all the difficult in this Directives them durant iran music video area but I think there was probably this. Sea of women. Were all around the sad. It's probably hard to navigate all the women. Hey bright wilderness definition an uncultivated uninhabited and inhospitable region. Larry go and neglected or abandoned area but garden or a town. What i want to call it goes down a wilderness. Now i think the first definition is the one. We all kind of agree. Nice a position of disfavor especially in a political contexts the wilderness. How do you describe what i was thinking. Wilderness forest cultivated region as of forest desert uninhabited or inhabited only by wild animals. That i well you learn something either way. It's a place that brian would not survive at all. so i really like georgia's inda these sort of De facto villain. I guess you would call. How would people know him. Because he's a character i know. Am i see homeowner time fucking name deasy you. He's you know he's he's emetic actors guy like oh from. She's like vaguely familiar. Also eighty-eight pretty young version jordan using that darn cat. Okay that makes a lotta on top four most known for Crimson tide basic instinct deer hunter and dangerous minds. He's got that face it you know. And he wanted to this rule so badly in the beast as the the ruthless sadistic blindly following communist. Our russian tanker. It's almost like they're to see he's the captain who went mad. Yes a little bit You got some mutinies going on it. So there's some funny lines much much roomier in here gap much like a tank. This movie star kind of lumbers of her starts off slow and then really pick up steam. It starts off with the decimation of the middle in the actual footage just getting into the story and third man is put to the task underneath the dreads and i to look away a few times. I was nervous. I mean i don't know how you could say that starts off slow bizarre you say that. He put on fifty pounds because he wanted this rule. So badly is trying to say and The poor fucker like no one saw it. Don't talk about it. This is a great movie is very good. I enjoyed it. I don't know if i enjoyed it. Quite as much as anderson but good movie side should be a good sign. Kids if you don't like it as much see. I understand what you are. Stand this the snyder. Marker silence speaks volumes wilderness movies It'd be very confusing. We used if we confuse the listeners. With posting of movie concepts. And i don't think we should do wilderness. Tracks can't be trusted to to to trust our listeners. Mugabe mood document the full. Let's talk card counter. The car counter. Only honey. One film written directed by paul schrader he of taxi driver and raging bull the writer of those read director of the aforementioned. I sat people. He's he's done a number of bills and most recently for first reform like ryan said he's been making many taxi drivers for decades essentially right Tariffs on the edge characters on the character studies characters on the edge of society on the fringe loaner types all leading towards a climactic violent ending. This usually not too good for the subject Year remember the first first reformed rate. I remember he dressed. Bub uncompetitive bob. See i mean i feel like that's worse. I mentioned he dress themselves. Dimensional fucking hard sweltering car ganor is eighty six percent run tomatoes. This is in theaters now but apparently not a lot of theaters innocent. What did you think card. Can i thought oscar. Isaac was cast oscar isaac tye sheridan tiffany haddish and willem defoe so the storyline. Is this supposed to be A military ex-military guy who's got some ptsd. He spent some time in military jail. What would you call you. he's visited. I'm in jail jail. Prison knows with military's military. It was a military jail that he was in the guards. Were wearing cammo. Oh interesting. i was in leavenworth. yes and He he spent some time over in abu grape. We learn right. He was not in prison. He was running the show. He was one of the guys that was involved in the torture. And mistreatment of prisoners over there and He's he's a mysterious fellow authorized character and He's a very very slick character. Counting cards explaining how the casino works and he spends his time by winning. Small amounts of money in in casinos until he kinda gets. Shoot away by the The pit bosses and this is what he's doing to buy his time and he's kind of riderless neither really doesn't know what he's doing. He misses jail. You get the sensiti mrs jail. And then he runs into not one but two characters that helps the story move along because without these characters and we will just watch this man play. Texas hold 'em explain to us unexpectedly just explained to the audience how texas holdem works. Which would have been more interesting. Than if i had not a clue as to how texas holdem works i know texas holdem works. I know how counting cards works. I'm not by any means a gambling card expert or junkie yet he very rudimentary things that he was explaining to the audience. Was that from my mom for a movie about a guy who counts cards professionally and gables professionally and as to win the world poker. It's fairly rudimentary f-. I wasn't sure why that was in there. Like why he would. They would just take time out of the movie and he would explain for like ten minutes. While i was in for the awesome. I couldn't figure out tie. Sheridan was in there. That was that was a bit of a forced very forced storyline without that. There is no. I agree but felt very forced as though it was not organic. It's all about without giving things away. It's all about your demons catching up with you i guess. Ptsd and trying to right wrongs. And i i liked the bones of it. I like it. When i'm thinking of it as like a paul schrader tight movie. There's a mini taxi driver. Time movie where you get the same thing. We get it with a temple movies. Like whether it's black panther or sean g or or the the origin story of any any origin story spiderman. They're all kind of like the same thing. Both a different skin euphoria kind of the same thing. But i'm much smaller level with paul schrader. It's the same kind of paces but slightly different characters. well characters almost always the same. Yeah they're very very similar much tortured. They're they're they're trying to right wrongs but it does. Movie felt very under directed at report. Tiffany haddish maybe had one take on a cheetahs to felt so out of her element. I agree but i actually kinda liked her. But maybe maybe i was responding to like a rare glimpse of brightness on the screen. You know what. I mean every all the movie so dour ties. Sheridan felt stiff and awkward. And like he could've used more takes. It didn't feel. there's a lot of fade outs. Like i explained this kind of an old man movie like little back for shame fade outs and i'm not. It's disappointing you know. they're not. There was a kelvin situation with. This movie was shut down for a period of time because an actor who flew up from california to do i guess a small part of whatever had covina shut it down and paul schrader being petty less tolerance of of covert and protocols was thinking took to twitter rab talking about the pacific of the movie and everyone's a pussy for shutting down from so who knows how many takes i mean he didn't have his actors. Actually you know. Following through reading the punches being thrown in. The flashback sequences. Some of that a little stagey did like the fish. Ireland's a little stagey though. Bribery if you could use a fish islands where the audience everything you better have everything fucking button because there is a mike bad music video making skills going on there. There was a little bit of hamming. It up yeah. I mean i i like the effect but hey this movie if you found it and it's like five years old and it's on your amazon prime or something and you're doing policy. Paul schrader kick. It'll hit the spot but it's not a whelming. I don't know why it's not a woman movie. It should be a well movie. But it's just not a well-made movable funky. I feel bad saying that. But there's some of the dialogue was had. Some of the jokes were just huge owners. I gotta use a lot more card counting one of the jokes unless it's still find less less. This joke is defining the character. Don't have joking. Your movie they call him chen because he has more chances than a chinese phone book. That was an actual joke. That was in the movie very throwback. That joke was written in ninety-seven. That's a joke. That i think my four year old is gonna be telling them pretty soon. I hope he'll get canceled but Felt i differently. Had better as the movie went on. But i didn't feel like she had a lot to work with the oscar. Isaac fucking nailed it. He's just he's great touch. Him tying the sheets over everything hotel room but didn't make any sense court which actually appreciated that. Because i will never that little cork. I know it was it was. It was a miracle cork but never explain. Never never paid off like for what he did it. I was like well. There's gonna be some blood slatter. Something no i. I think it all was kind of leading up to a scene that it does make sense for later on but if anything it was just like he missed regimen of prison and like he had his own new regiment and it kind of just as boring as checking into our old cd motel. He had to sheet it. What brian's referring to his he does back think. The artist name is christo. Chris makes a living by just wrapping things and sheets like he'll wrap a fucking mountainside in a sheet and that's that's art installation Oscar isaac character would go into a cd budget motel and he would just wrap everything in in white sheets. so everything. Looks like a little mini ku klux klan member. That's how i took. This was not what i expected. And i think overall vita say just simple urina- i'd give it three stars. But i give it up but it didn't quite come together and i reformed i give it like a four. I think four stars. And i probably would've given him more but i don't know if it really the ending the ending world sticks out all this time later it's still kind of I don't want to a to a spoiler addition on this but as far the ending goes unsatisfying. What i think what. Brian's getting that is there's you don't see a lot you hear a lot and it was fine for me. Who is fine for me also. Wasn't sure what happened to sheridan. Oh you're not. I think we do a spoiler birdies. I think we spoil someone kicks. Let's do this. So many people want to see it and they will see it. And those to the spoils. Let's do the spoils of war. This school more rake. You wanted to break here. You want to Wh- what else. You got probably. Should you gotta do yours i. Let's let's let's just say that. I don't like that at all that coming up next. We'll talk about the amazon purchases made on our website. Oh right after this pretty sure. There's someone who listens to the show in recent who works in or stocks a lab like a scientific lab. Someone got were to go where to go wherever universal sterile pipette tips. Those are free now dropping in samples or whatever and there's been quite a number of weeks where i've noticed. Oh yeah someone got some vials or someone. Got some something for a lab. That's you listening. Guaranteed is one of you. Thank you by the way for. 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But i've heard about that but it's a poor punctuation because there's no question mark and clearly question asking someone why. Why don't you okay. This is this is horrific for anyone of mainly. Just gonna kill the mike. Now back to the interf- turns out. Why don't you just die. Twenty eighteen russian film. Thank gosh that the origin country of origin Ninety seven percent of tomato. Jesus christ you have to see what he does. No fuck you and your tomatoes worshiping. While i was over the elza digging this moose moose job java featured artists this week move june talking to click on rotten tomatoes. No matter how hard you try brian. What what she knows they're like i'm doing all right. Brian you and i saw a movie called cease spiracy earlier this year we both reacted to it and it overwhelming at times and it made me very angry times and I it's one of those movies that i sat with. Continue to sit with here. Because i believe that Most of us were duped to an extent with the whole see. Spiracy a minivan homina. It did there was kind of flavor of the month flavor. The week grabs but a lot of important messaging going on in there. Obviously i am one who loves the ocean as you know. I started out with loving marine biology and wanted to be marine biologist. You've never mentioned it before working. Jacques cousteau wanted to be a study. Sharks allows brand colleges to call their cousteau dot com out always her mother. I'll be the judge. So it is what are the c- the spiracy and the movie has been crying for selfish reasons like we were talking. A couple of weeks ago to Teresa strasser when we had on the program. Because i was thinking. There's no anthony michigan these fishermen fucking it all up. What are the what are they doing. What these human beings. I which i say a lot anyways so by the time. The movie ended though. Brian and i both felt like it was more propaganda. And more about veganism field itself there at the end and i think that it was actually doing more harm than good and being somewhat irresponsible and suggesting that there is no such thing as safe tuna and obviously there's no hundred percent safe anything. Oh for sure there. There's no such thing as one hundred percent anything however there are brands that do cost a little bit more because they take greater precautions. And i am afraid that people that will see this movie or hear about see spiracy. We'll just say fuck it. It's all the same so why not. Just buy the cheap shit. That doesn't talk about the dolphins speaking of Theresa's rosser disturbing guy. Damn thing i know for the last six becoming cousteau coming out later by liz. Garbis director of one of theres's disturbing documentaries and one of yours. There's something wrong miss diane. There's something wrong with aunt. Diane did read about this. Because i was just just just researching her a couple of weeks ago when we did that episode coming up the same year got bobby fisher against the world. She's got a lotta shit in the work. That woman is prolific. She's got a lot of stuff anyways. What i'm getting at brain is. There's a new documentary. That is a response even though it's not a response because it was made before spiracy but you can treat it as. Oh it's a respondent that's called fish amerson men fish and men and it is the story of local fishermen in glouster. Glouster massachusetts gloucester gloucester. Which we're all familiar with. Do you have any idea people in gloucester it's a fit of it's port town Fishing town i guess ninety thousand thirty thousand is it really around thirty. Three thousand people and things are not looking so hot for our local fishermen so we get to know some of the local fishermen We get to see how it's really interesting. How they go through the history of as well Where back in the day. Ike anything beyond twelve miles off of our shore around the united states. Either coast was just open water so the russians came over industrialized fishing and just started fucking international waters beyond twelve tells you twelve. Yeah so late in the lobby. The the wives all got together and they create a two hundred mile barriers. That kind of helped him out. However things are not going well for the local fishermen at all as you might imagine and Just like everything else in this world has to do with food and everything else. It's all about the cheapest that the quickest and it's having ridiculous effects on our so this is more about smart decisions to make Buying locally thinking locally and supporting like local fisheries and they they talk about how when you go into the market. We've all been there. We're looking like the seafood. And they got like three different kinds of cod from three different parts of the world. And you got they talk about this one ridiculous part where they catch the fish right there in gloucester and then it actually gets processed like in china and get shipped to china than back really. It's insane it's and things need to change and seeing a movie like this. I think is really important to to help. Spread the word. I don't know how readily available. It is at the moment if you if you could check that out of renton amazon prime for five nine nine one of these movies where the more you know the better and i'm a visual learner. Brian as you know. So this is a movie that Did a lot for me and fish and fishermen men and it's a much more honest take on on things. Then that's he spiracy. It's not quite as sexy or is in your face because it's an percent amazon loop as well and but there is the percent. Isn't that where you can rent apple. Tv or amazon for somewhere between three and five bucks but as you can imagine. There's it's it's it's similar to the story of of flint michigan flint michigan. With what's happened over there then. Glouster is just kind of disappearing into itself and it's because of unhealthy and unsustainable choices that are being made and they got some them just. I love the ocean. I tear up the most disturbing thing i've ever seen as the cove and This one doesn't have that kind of thing so don't let that be a barrier to entry there. There are some drawed jaw dropping moments with some of these trawlers and what they're capable of pulling up which they currency spiracy as well they show you actual like three football fields. Long length nets just filled with fish. And he's just like what the fuck we didn't get into the plastic in the ocean that they left that for another day but they did talk a lot about sustainable fishing and proteins and especially from an american pov. So i i really liked that fish and men is this. Your third film is your top moves is. Is this your most recommended. The beast is going to be my most. It's fucking unbelievable. But i really do like fishermen and like it's important. And i think the more knowledge we have the better especially if we can help spread it when it comes to the ocean. They they bring up some. They have many talking heads who are smarter than And one of the interesting facts was that a lot of the time. People are overwhelmed at the seafood counter. And they don't know what to get and they don't know what's good and they hear about the mercury fucking snafu a cod a lotta time. They'll just get really into how the bycatch is stuff that we should be putting on the dinner table. Were afraid of it right. And it took julia child venture or something. Yeah exactly took julia child. Giles jeweled child. It took her to make the monkfish that center dish on one of her shows. Monthly people actually not be afraid of the monkfish but yeah there's all sorts of bycatch they do go into dogs being being one dog fisher sharks and i don't like the idea of eating things that are smart dogs but what do you do. People are so weird but it comes to marine life. Because it's either too cutesy like a seal or it's too ugly among monkfish and the middle people are like. Oh i don't wanna eat anything out of the ocean because it's not stable and ruining the ocean so they'll buy chicken instead and they the point that so much of this chicken comes from these farmers that are causing the climate change that it's actually ruined in the ocean so by you turning your back on the salmon fillet eating chicken instead. You're fucking the ocean. It's crazy it's all connected. I am outraged anderson. I'm outraged the you chose to see fishermen instead of far from the tree. Would you own me. I do you that out of the fucking out of the fucking blew. Byu bringing this. Is nothing only a serbian film near dark. I saw serbian film did not. Of course i'd aflac. I look at it but you don't understand the on my list of top five something else as subtitles for sure i. There's a serbian film. You did not. They did had other kind of like some other dialect language. Yes no the dialogue. Don't oh okay. Well i've seen for sure. Point is tweet at him because he really believes this right now for sure you saw. It was like russian had like korean subtitles in russian. No or something something insane like race. Wait and then. You didn't senior dark dark. You sound like an eight minute version so fuck yourself. You owe me right. I'm gonna watch your far from the tree. you can suck that. They're darkwa seen by me. Why director kathryn bigelow was her solo. Debut starring adrien ties. Dr jenny right lance henriksen and of course bill paxton one of anderson south five loose. Cannon is a wildcard eighty two percent rotten tomatoes. i have to like it. Amc plus regan stream this however. I watched it in the comfort of my own home. Thanks to not one but two dvds that were mailed to us and delivered to me. So thank you to the to listeners. Sent me near dark on dvd years ago. Now it's been a while it's been a while it's sitting in. My cabinet finally dusted it off and daddy. What's this don't that brian. I feel like. I know. We're up to and i don't like what do the guy no i'm not working as is a real flick fashion. Well what do you think well washed it with tessa. No up shell. This review will be no. Don't do that please. I like it when you do that. He doesn't he doesn't know what to do now because that was the plan that was the plan. Was that the fucking bland that was the plan is up next. It is wrote joke. Did you know anderson. The lance henriksen role was initially offered to michael biehn. I do not know that found the script confusing. It's kind of a reason why iraq this reunites at least three stars of aliens and the terminator genes part of problem say problem. This is a good movie. I liked us. I think the problem with a wide didn't really land maybe with audiences because became of a cult. classic in fact didn't really have huge success of the time Especially this was after lost. Boys right there was coming on the heels of the big success of loss. Boys didn't have nearly the land with the audience. The lead i would describe this charisma-free not an interesting person to watch on screen. When did you learn that. This could have been michael biehn go. Did you let your viewing during research. Phase of the end yeah. He wasn't offered the leader. All the henriksen role which was good. I liked license. Said he's always great. The by the way the lead was married. Natalie maynes the dixie chicks. It is defense. It doesn't help that. He's doubled over in pain for the first forty minutes. Novi so this is about a local redneck. Heck who hits on a girl one night at a bar. She drunkenly stumbled out of the bar. She bites him on the neck. Turns out she's a vampire and he is turning for the first forty minutes of the film. He's doubled over in pain until he becomes a vampire vampire crew and they take them on. Their limited van traveled by van. And they go to towns and they terrorize people. The people in the bar don't seem appropriate alarm appropriately. Alarmed at cold-blooded murder. Now going to a bar schicker bar and they did murder somebody and that no one in the bar seems to terribly in their drink worked. Hard hard hard week right. You should have been on a little murder getting was this on your top five killer kids because there's a kid who was who was turned at one point who's part of the game. I don't think so. This movie doesn't come up enough. Because i'm so far removed from it's probably been fifteen twenty years since i've seen it. I remember his liking it quite a bit and reading about it since and Signing to you was originally supposed to be some other kind of movie it wasn't supposed to be empire moving interesting. Yeah it does have sort of shades of point break which is another another movie which is okay. It's not perfect. It's a little bit dated and it's very of the time but it's stylish moves and it's got some really good performances in it. I loved henriksen. Of course it was fantastic. If i dare say anderson this movie could really stand to be remade. Only because this is a good movie was some technical limitations like it's eighty seven so they only do so much the people turning into vampires and cetera et cetera. Makeup special effects have advanced to the point where this could be a really effective remake if they chose to it was supposed to be a it was a western originally shot a and thought of conceived as a western as you probably see gang. You know what i mean. They could just as easily be the cowboys from tombstone The the the horse genres vogue the time. The two decided to make a horror western. Yeah it's weird but it works. It's almost like I know cocktail ingredients. I don't know how that's gonna taste like. Oh that's actually not to shop. While they're happy apologize. I i saw near dark years ago and flick fascinated. Now i've seen it again. Give it more robust flick fashion. It was for the longest time not available anywhere. It is now available. I think a couple of places but Brian south plus found some kind of Truncated cliff knows like ninety nine minutes. I watched i watched a series of three clubs. That's and then he kind can up to is what now now. There's no winning with me now. I'm bothered that. It's more fresh in your mind and you have a better grasp of near dark than i do. Yeah i enjoyed it. I miss henriksen movies honestly mirror. Dark zero zero zero zero near zero dark very similar. Sam's is there conspiracy here at arthur to we need to unravel something. Here going was Kathryn bigelow when she married wonder that no point dallas or her brain was minimum bar. I believe but. I believe she was dating cameron at that. Paul was arted with blow heartedness about how he was going to choose cinema forever. Just having this conversation with a movie loving friend of mine which is i. i'm. I'm so mad at avatar because much like you have your actors who were taken away from us by superhero movies. James cameras have very good director. Who makes very good movies. And now we've lost this fucking visionary and say what you want about. He pushed the envelope with special effects as well as anybody who's ever done it spielberg's meccas he's on the fourth genre. Just did it very very very well. Now we lost. He was harmful gave obsessed with realistic smurfs. I'll never bizarre. He really believes that. It's something more than it is. He really does. I made a lot of money but it we've been robbed. We've been robbed of generational filmmaker. He's great there's no there's no way around it. He makes great movies. Imagine if i ran for. Ib finally made terminator eight. Nine and ten I would i would not be. I would not be you know what. I'm always my opinion here in sabah. Thank you to all you downloading and listening. We appreciate it. Checkout top five. Worst movie concepts This friday probably should've called it absurd premises. Brian merely wanted to change it. I'm like no only fusion as florida. Word how do you want to reward it. Absurd exact same problem though because people would've perhaps i didn't see this coming but people would have taken literally lots and thought that it meant the actual like devices rather than actual movies. I understand that thanks. You guys check that out. That'll be a fun episode with florence's list as well thanks moose. Jaw for being our future artisan this week. 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Ep. 925 Troubling New Revelations About this Miscarriage of Justice

The Dan Bongino Show

51:12 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 925 Troubling New Revelations About this Miscarriage of Justice

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino, by one of the Dan Bongino show producer, Joe, how are you tonight? I know everybody's like this is like mandatory in the audio and TV business and everybody into even shot did it yesterday right on Sean show. So listen, I before we start I always say producer, Joe how are you today because you're my guy, but with me forever, but we have it on samba cast again today. Yes, we do. We have a Sulu over there. Blair. We have Spock in Linda, we actually I don't watch Star Trek. So I can't even name another crow McCoy in Ethan. Who's another? I don't even have another Jason Jason. You're just going to be Jason. So your crew ever Jason onto starship enterprise. We got a whole team of people at ice station Hannity here at Vietnam helping us out so thanks to them. Seriously. Guys are great. And ladies, Linda, I really appreciate it being one of the guys. I know you never mind, and we got great feedback on your initial appearance on his show the show did bonkers numbers. So we appreciate that. But thanks a lot. I was just making kind of a joke about how I'm overseas, and my wife, she's gonna kill me. Of course, my wife who I loved dearly. But she texted me about my fish who may be dying slow death at home. She's like, hey, do you have to feed this thing? What's I was like? Oh, yeah. Yeah. You do. It is not at battery operated. You gotta throw that sucker five pellets day. So don't what folks listen, we love that these fine. I'm kidding, my wife fed the fish 'cause I know I'll get but the fish is fine. But yes, it did bother me a little bit. The question. Do you have to feed this? It is not an. Nine volt. Fish that suckered needs actual pellets every day to get going. So he's doing good though. Ladies and gentlemen, he's doing good. Let me just put that out there. All right. So yesterday was a pretty crazy day in in Vietnam and keep keeping mind I'm losing track because we're twelve hours ahead of you. So when I say yesterday, I may I don't even know if I mean yesterday eastern time or yes, even Linda hasn't slept ipod nano studio at Linda's is an I said and she got mad at me. And I know you think 'cause I know you I popped the not is are like sunk in like she hasn't slept in four days. And I said man, you look like Philip place. And she's like, ooh, you walk in the room you in the room five minutes. And you look at me and go man you look like s and I'm like really learning. I probably not the best way to have. But she look I do he what your is your answer. I don't mean like ugly be by talking tonight. Just like not not good. I'm like, thank you. I get it. The the subtle auto diplomacy is not my. Thing. Different. Yeah. It's tough to sleep over here. Because it is the exact opposite of what I'm saying. I've been texted Joe and all kinds of crazy hours through so. Yeah. All right. I have to pay for the show. That's important. Joe nobody on the planet built like you. Good. Thank you. Why would you have messing with? Why would you would you know, Josie shape? Why would you buy generic mattress built for everyone else? You know? Everybody loves you. So people don't stop. We love Joe shows. The best helixsleep built a sleep quiz that takes minutes to complete. That's it. I have a helixsleep matches I told you the story it's Amelia's room, my daughter, my wife reads her book at night and a mattress is so comfortable that sometimes she totally racks out and doesn't even bother coming in which I ever a king. So sometimes I get that thing to myself like sleeping on a spaceship. Yourself to helixsleep has a sleep quiz, two minutes to complete and they use the answers to match your body type and sleep references to the perfect mattress. 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So story number one. Michael cohen. There's you know, the Democrats are just what what side or are these these lunatics on? So you have the president United States. He is on the ground here in in Vietnam and Hanoi having this summit with the North Koreans over a obviously, I think it's. You know, it's taught a logical just to say a very serious grave matter the threat of nuclear weapons and a potential attack on the United States if they've developed the technology to do so, and what are the Democrats decide to do they decide this is the opportune time to hold a hearing with President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen for one purpose and one purpose only to humiliate in embarrassed President Trump, it make them look silly on foreign soil. Now, folks, this is pretty disgusting, but I can rant all day about this. But again, I don't want to waste your time. But there was an old expression that politics ends at the water's edge. Meaning when the president was overseas, we were all United in purpose. Mom that ended of course, with, you know, the the Dixie chicks going overseas and waste of love, by the way, Natalie. I used to love the Dixie chicks their first album was awesome. I probably just lost my man card there. But that's fine. Because I thought Natalie Maynes was was the cat's meow band that they were great and she goes overseas, and I was. A huge George W Bush fan, but she trashes them in a foreign concert. And it seemed like all the I don't know if that's just open Pandora's box. But it was all over after that. Now that you're holding congressional hearings to humiliate President Trump while he's meeting with a nuclear power of that's threatened to annihilate us where they have the capability or not, of course, it's questionable. But there's no the gravity of the situation is not in question is just disgusting. And it speaks to the question. What side of the Democrats really on? Anyway, if I'm a democrat now, I'm sorry. But I'm embarrassed my party's just really gross. It's just disgusting what they're doing. But ramp aside there's something going on in. This is a key. Takeaway a lot of people are missing here. The Coen testimony is going to be two segments. It's actually going to be three. But for our purposes going to be two separate boxes of testimony. The first box of testimony is going to be behind closed doors, and it's very very kind of sneaky what they're doing. I like to uncover this stuff the stuff they're putting behind closed doors with Cohen is the stuff. We were told was this was was going to take down the Kalou. This is it we got him. We got his lawyer the collusion stuff. He's colluding with the Russians. Now, Joe why is that behind closed doors, while the open testimony the second box testimony second tranche if things he's going to say have nothing to do with collusion. All they're going to be about his personal business. That's all going to be open for the public to see to openly humiliate the president where I'm sure Coen's going to go on about. And I don't trust this guy as far as I can throw them about payoffs, and you know, what he thinks her suspicious business dealings or whatever. I don't trust as far as I could Chuck this guy, and it ain't far, but that doesn't make any. Sense joke. Stopped me above you, the audience on budget. I'm with big scandal. Here is that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians to steal the election. Why is that stuff? The stuff that's behind closed doors, while the humiliating personal details are the stuff they're going to broadcast out to the public. Probably all overseeing ended MSNBC will the answers very simple because the behind closed doors stuff as Byron York says an excellent Washington Examiner piece. It's in my show notes dot com. Subscribe the Email this launch right to you. The stuff Cohen has to say could potentially be scope attourney for Donald Trump on the Russia stuff. So just to be crystal clear on this. Yes. Yeah. And I'm gonna explain why. Because I'm not gonna leave you hanging here, folks. Remember that old joke? How do you? Keep an idiot suspense. I don't know. How like that's the joke. I won't leave you hanging. This colwin the whole purpose. Follow me, you the whole purpose for this entire special counsel investigation. How it came to arresting Cohen of vis-a-vis the special counsel. And then southern district of New York was this whole assertion that Trump colluded with the Russians that whole idea that he colluded with the Russias to steal the election was based on a dossier of which Michael Cohen is a central figure in player in that dossier. He is mentioned twenty four times two dozen times in the dossier. So I hope you're picking up when I'm putting down here reason Elijah Cummings, and these other guys are putting that stuff behind closed doors is because if Michael Cohen goes under oath, again, it a closed door testimony and entirely the the dossier cramps all over the dossier and says this thing is complete garbage. Do you want to stand? He will have completely exonerated Trump and made the entire committee. Look silly. Now, there's one key tentatives your regular center show. You probably know where I'm going with this already. Although Coen's mentioned twenty four times in the dossier. He is a key figure in this one mentioned where he allegedly goes over to Prague coordinates with a Russian connected official. You remember this? He coordinates and gives cash payments to this Russian official to get this this distraught of Hillary emails that have been hacked. Now, if that happened that would be a very serious potential crime. If what's the problem, folks, Coen's never been abroad. He's never been to. He has denied this repeatedly. Lanny Cohen who've Linda you've had on the Davis. I always say letting Lanny Davis never let a good crisis. Correct. Yes. Light of fat on the Hattie show with it. Now, let me ask you is let Davis a Republican. How Lenny Davis's the Clinton Easter on steroids? Lanny Davis Coen's lawyer, folks, he has repeatedly debunked this too. He Lanny Davis has zero interest less than zero interest right in promoting. Donald Trump is being innocent of any of this. He has already come out and said the central component to the dossier the whole basis for the prosecution of Trump for collusion is fake. Cohen has never been to Prague to set this thing up with emails or sold. Now. Do you see my point show? The reason they have him behind closed doors on the Russia's stuff is because it's scope Warri, and that they want to put out the nonsense tabloid National Enquirer stuff to embarrass Trump while he's negotiating with Kim Jong UN for a potential denuclearization deal on this peninsula. There's a way to fix this. But we have to call a guy named Vinny. What the hell is not where did you find? That is that when we go back to the conversation about I got a guy. He's Joe is always got it. He's got a guy. Joe Joe always does have a guy Joe is like the guy who has got. She do. That's good. I like that. All right. So enough on that. But folks, by the way, we are live streaming this on my Twitter, at dbongino, we're going to do a snippet of the show. So is the first time we've done this from ice station Hannity here in Hanoi. So you if you're on my Twitter at the bungee, and you can check it out actually live. So we've never done that before. So we got Blair here. Rocket with the technology stuff. I can turn on my iphone. Yes is the first time we've talked. For the first time. We all right. So they're gonna take away from that story is that the Democrats what side of they on when there's an opportunity to exonerate our president on false charges and have Cohen come clean on the prog thing they hide behind closed doors, and when they wanted to embarrass them in front of an international audience to talk about tabloid stuff. They got we'll put that stuff out in the open total complete frauds? All right. Let me get to this. Because I want to get rock and roll in some really important. So we add a point here to enter Jack. Now, of course, we were talking about this before, you know, the the American people voted for Donald Trump because of what they thought he could do because of his business skills. It absolutely nothing to do with anything else. They don't care who he sleeps with. They don't care what he did before he ever even thought about running for president. They don't care. You know, Linda, I I've said this before Joe Joe, what do we call this? Battlefield morality, right? Yeah. Yeah. We, you know, this from have it, and how long you been in this business. Linda fifteen years now, Joe you've been how long you been conservative radio. Little any years or so little over thirty. Yeah. You you've been around. Yeah. I don't wanna age anybody human. Also, this is so there's a lot of there's a lot of there's a lot of experience here. I asked you that for a reason you've lived through and you were on the air. Both of you Joe for few more for Republican presidents. I'm not knocking George W was a good, man. But I was not a big George W fan. Now. There was I know shrine the morally kind of upstanding, let's vote on this, and I'm not knocking trumpets. And I'm a Senator to I'm not getting I don't do these kind of moral judgments rent, but the point is we've tried this stuff. Like, let's vote for like, the the suave nice guy. Whatever may be. And you know what? Now, let's just be honest. We wanted nutcracker. We just do. I don't even the flow the bottom line is. You know, the nice guy is probably doing whatever he's doing behind closed doors to and you know, what I don't want to know about it. And I don't care how you don't know how to balance your checkbook, if you don't know how to make negotiations with world leaders. It really doesn't matter to me what you're doing with your dinky. Do it's none of my business joke here. Have you ever heard thinki- do? Yeah. From laffin. I believe. Yes. A long time ago. No, joe. And I call it battlefield morality how we have tried this before where we voted for the nice guy or the the polish guy or the eloquent guy. And what we got was crap we got continued funding Planned Parenthood, which by the way, Trump this week hit again trying to take funding away from Planned Parenthood. We've tried this before we're in a battlefield morality situation right now. And what I mean by that is when you're in the trenches with a guy and you're sitting next to him. Whereas if you were say in basic training, and the guy was, you know, texting his girlfriend while he's married. You may be like, dude, you know, let's do this is not cool, and it's still not. But when you're in a battlefield that a trenches. And you know, there's an opposing army headed your way. You're not like, hey, bro. That tweet you said you're like start shooting. Brewed and this we need someone with Trump to start fighting. And he's one of the first guys we've seen since possibly Reagan. Who was like, no. I just don't care what you say full. Steam ahead. Damn the. Torpedoes full Shree med full. Steam ahead. I agree with you. I I don't care about any of that bar. Example is Mitt Romney. Nobody voted for Mitt Romney. And then what happens we support them? And now we back doors. I mean that guy I know. But honestly, it's like there's the clean cut guy. My wife, I'm married for thirty years. Yeah. Nobody voted for any law. He got nobody cares. They just wanted to let you do business. Our show. But I remember a note do coffee delayed, effective mittens. I apologize. You didn't get that. I did it. So freaking though. But you've never heard that I have. But I don't know that whole moment right there. All right. Today's show brought to you. But he's a policy genius yesterday. Linda play. What are we talking about health insurance policy genius getting life insurance can feel like assemblies, assembling the world's worst, jigsaw puzzle? Is that through those it's confusing. It takes forever when you finally done. It doesn't even look cool. 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So I have this piece headline lead. I there's always the fix was in for Clinton. Now, you baby's, okay. Great, dan. That's it's not. But now we have the deeds on how this actually went down so Carlson gets his mitts on some testing. Tony from Tricia Anderson and Lisa page to higher up FBI lawyers about how the DOJ shut this thing down. And he throws a wrinkle in detail in this thing that it's just fascinating about how far they want to squash any investigations the Clinton, but. They were so stupid. They kinda miss something. Now. Wait before I tell you the story. Yeah. We're doing Hannity's radio show to develop me bar their studio. So where do where do like like he's bar in mind, you how did he stuff off the other way around? So I hang around afterwards. You guys are buddies either. She was funny. It was we had a good time. You say they bought like food cart. And it was great. It was like I have also put some pictures on my Instagram if you guys want to check it out, but we're all sitting here talking and who's I talking to Kristen or Tom or somebody and the and Dan Hoffman who is here. And we were talking about how I heard this line was by father Bob Sirri, co I use often who spoke at the act in his studios listen on C span one day. And he said, it's not the government is too big. It's like government is too stupid. And he's right. When I tell you this Rickel about what the FBI this. You're gonna be like is this for real? So let me get right to. So the FBI when they applied for search warrants to access Hillary Clinton's computers and computer devices and the devices of our staff for the emails, she ran over a personal server. You tracking? Yeah. They had to get a search warrant. To get those emails. Not no big surprise there. They use the very specific charge which was eighteen US siege stands for United States code. That's the criminal code eighteen USC seven Ninety-three f so follow me here, folks. This is going to be a little complicate. But his promise you it's worth your time. When they applied for a search warrant, they went to a judge and said, we need to access these emails based on a potential violation of eighteen USC seven ninety three. That charge is basically the trafficking insensitive information and f is the gross negligence statute. In other words, Joe the subsection of the crime, which indicates that whether you did it intentionally or not, right? If your behavior was quote, grossly negligent, you're guilty. Now. That's they laid it out in front of a judge. This is the crime, we think was committed. Therefore, we need a search one now, ladies and gentlemen, don't have to be a lawyer to figure out that if you want to get a search warrant you have to lay out in a search warrant some very specific things when I was. When I was a federal agent, you have to lay out where the property is going to be you had to describe it. Let's say I was searching home if say, it's a White House or the white picket fence with three windows in the front door. It looks like this, and it has a roofer you have to lay out a very specific locate you can't just do what you there's no open. Search warn dissolve. I want to search more for Joel. Because for what I don't know something that's not the way our system works. They were very specific about not only the place. They wanted to search the computers and he described them. They were also very specific which you have to be about what crime you can't just say I want to search one why I don't know because Joe got a bad haircut this week. So I want to search for scissors at his house. You don't roll that way? That's not. No, you're not getting you lay out a crime. So they lay out even the subsection. They think Hillary Clinton's team traffic insensitive information, and they were grossly negligent. Now, what's fascinating about this whole thing is these idiots must forgot. Forgot what they put the search warrant because the DOJ Jeff Carlson says in the epoch times piece in my show notes today Bongino that contract about Carlson gets his mitts on his testimony. Where this congressman starts asking Bill price. Step who is keep in mind. You price dip is you've heard his name often you. Yep. He is this higher up. I think it's precept precept precept. I always say price steps I was pronounced everybody's here. But right. It's a it's a very very under disgust person. And he's like he's Lynch pin a whole thing because he's running the whole he strokes boss, and he's responding directly to anti McCabe. So price priest. See I'll say it wrong thousand three. Pre step is in front of a congressional committee under oath these asked by this congressman about a short folks that Carlson gets his mitts on and at the had in the in the on the capital of you're hearing from the DOJ that sent over to the FBI, and this chart specifically excludes excludes charges, they can use the charge Hillary Clinton and one of the excluded charges. A little words do not do this is the gross negligence statute. Oh, oh, isn't that cute? So they can search warrant approved by the department of Justice approved by a court. Approved by judge. Every search want us to go in front of a judge has to be read and sworn to we believe there's probable cause this crime seven Ninety-three f gross negligence was committed yet. Once the OJ gets wind of it. Loretta Lynch, THEO chase sends a chart over that's specifically leaves out gross negligence. So this congressman pulls this chart up this guy Brighton back. Two pre step, and he starts asking about it. Let me read you what Carlson get his mitts on. You. We see in this chart that the DOJ is not willing to charge this meeting eighteen seven Ninety-three f hey, my questions going back to those draft affidavit. He's talking about the search warrant if DOJ is not willing to charge statute, why would the FBI in an affidavit used the same statute as a Predication to obtain a search warrant if the statute was never going to be prosecuted? That's a lot of lawyer talk for what the hell were you charging him with you weren't going to charge him with it? So free step obviously precept caught off guard. Again, the I think pre step is singing. I think that's why he's been left out of the criminal prosecutions. I'm reasonably confident that he's the one let's say. Telling tales, and I think that's why he's been left out of a lot of things so precept response. So so he's like this. This is like stuttering through this. He's a so so I don't know who put this together and use this language. So the congressman responds well, someone in the FBI general counsel's office. Did he says? Yeah. No, no. I trust you there. But I don't know why they again put it together. I don't know why they use this language DOJ not willing to charges. You don't. So I'm going to give you two questions here. I'm going to send we're gonna go a little round, Robin. Okay. We'll get this is going to be a sample and unscientific survey of general public opinion about what we think really happened to you. Do you think Linda option that the DOJ sense this chart over to the FBI specifically scooting the only chargeable crime? They put the search war because they didn't feel like they had the evidence or be because you think the deeply connected Democrats inside the department of Justice wanted to give Hillary Clinton pets. Just throw something out there just throw it on. I mean, listen, I have a lot of thoughts on this. And one of them is the fact that, you know, rod Rosenstein, former deputy G is married to, you know, Lisa Barsumian. I get a lot of emails haven't mentioned out onto going to apes out. There you go Leeson Barsumian is a very under disgust person. Because she's the wife of DOJ, you know official. But you know, she also is an attorney she represented Bill Clinton as a United States attorney, and she has dealings with both Hillary and Bill Clinton she also has dealings in representing Robert Mueller. So the fact that our deputy G is married to somebody who represented the Clintons as well as represented molar, whether it be in an official capacity for the United States, or maybe she had some personal off the record consulting. I don't know. But I think there's something there. I'm going to render a guest that you're going with be. Player and just throwing it out diet. Sounds that way. Okay. All that. And I got be ladies. I, of course, a producer Joe out of respect for for you and your position your exalted position within the show exalt forever and position Reverend. Is it option that they really couldn't find anything? There was no chargeable crime on Hillary or option, b you think they were giving them a political pass because the Clintons the Clintons were the exalted wants, Jim I'm going to go with option B for three hundred what is p for three hundred inappropriate jeopardy worded language. Armacost thing thing we have two out of three but for the sense of unanimity and consensus, Mr Blair, oh, exalted one of Bongino dot com. Thank you. Yes. At the ball a Blair axis of power on GO dot com. I know how Paulo would answer I married to her. So I don't need to get Paul on. Maybe I should call it. But how old on that's do this own flair? But we get to you. I say while you're still my you're going to say I want her to call me right now. I'm just gonna at this. We're going to this. So we have three Ps now that this was probably a politically motivated decision. Right. Three. Blair, everybody gets it Impala calls where. Going to get a for for for this. Always complete his being the fish right now. She's busy. She sent me. Sorry. Harry fish funeral. She just sent me a cryptic taxed. I don't know what this means fish died. No. Cryptic that. Would mean actually the fish really did die. So the congressman asked some additional questions to just to follow up and close the loop on this. So the back says I can stipulate that we've seen drafts of search warrants submitted to the eastern district Virginia to obtain material and the Clinton case so precepts as well. Okay. And he says based on those search warrants the Predication with eighteen USC seven ninety three f-. In other words, ladies and gentlemen, the fix was in from the start. They never had any intention whatsoever of charging Hillary and the news. So you don't think I'm just some Rando here bringing up some dopey topic at a nowhere. You have to have the info on the Clintons. Yes. Of course, we knew that's not the story that the fix was in. It's the lead. But it's not the story. The Dietz matter folks, you're going to argue with your liberal friends Vic the fix that ad. What are you talking about g was't Kilty really because they got a search warrant on a charge? They specifically excluded from actually charging. That's the takeaway. The search warrant said. Seven Ninety-three f gross negligence the DO Jason overcharging. Do not charge them with seven Ninety-three f-. Does that sound like Justice to you? Of course, it doesn't. You know, I tweet out every day. Like collusion's for him. Bacillus? Don't be an imbecile distort dopey dopey on this. They sent out specifically a chart do not charge him with the charge. We're actually charging him with ridiculous. Hey, so a little on the ground here stuff in North Korea. Have we are not in North Korea. We were in annoy about north. I have a little note here not in North Korea. Not been in prison by the North Koreans. They would let me do a podcast anyway. So Linda, you you're here that you guys are here. So that traffic here is is crazy. It reminds me when I was in Indonesian, and seemingly everybody has a moped. Yeah. The mopeds. And I thought they were like scooter scooter scooter same thing. Yeah. Like Vespas looking every would you say eighty percent of the vehicles are yawned? And the weird thing about it is there's almost no traffic control at all. But nobody hits anyone. Okay. So yesterday Lehrer was writing said something to me, and he goes the seemingly chaotic but yet perfectly coordinated Ryan's of the I was like, dude. That's the best way to say Blair is an organized chaos. It's not like when you first see it. It looks like we're yesterday the traffic that goes with just a suggestion MIR's. Oh, I haven't even get a traffic signal yet. So I don't I have it says don't walk now. You'll die. Nobody does know. So oh, yes. They do. It's like really scared game, a frog. Well, not I haven't actually witnessed it. But when I was in Indonesia, I remember the same thing. It's like because there's no traffic control everybody super aware of what the other person is doing. And it's almost like they have this collective like board like hive mind and traffic where the guy in the scooter knows what the other and it's just insane. I'm gonna try to get one of the people at FOX one of the executives has a time lapse video of an intersection. It's guy John if I can get it from him. I'm gonna put it on my Instagram. It is killer. You're going to be like how the time lapse is over like an hour. You're going to be how did nobody get killed there? There's no traffic at all. And there are thousands of mopeds. So I'm only telling you because I'm getting some questions about some color on the ground. But it's like, I got a nice compliment. Thanks to Joe and Linden the team and everyone else about the sound quality the show. And they said, what am I travelling with how I'll put a picture of Blair's traveled with essentially looking like a military Connex box of you know, if you had if you were like a green beret unit taking over a small town. That's the kind of Blair so much stuff in this room. And the show sounds good. Because this is like a ten billion dollar studio. So the behind the scenes story to that. Which you may you may have heard we were on Sean show. The other day is that we have six cases of gear. The gear allowable allowable weight is thirty two kilos kilograms or whatever the heck it is. And literally we had to unpack each of our gear bags because we have so much gear. We have you know, we have one regular system, and then a redundant system. So that when one takes a crap we've got another one the back it up, but we had so much gear. I had to pay extra money just to get the gear on the plane, which so you have here because I was getting all these questions we have for our e twenty Mike's iota those compressors. Yeah, we got actually got compressors. We got to mixing hordes three. This battery backup we who battery back even brought our LX like sound protection. So the reason to show sounds good. And I deeply appreciate your comments on much. But I did get a question. A guy emailed me. He's like how did you do that? And the answer is I didn't I travel with an I MAC and a microphone when I travel, but they don't mess around. And this is this is the show if you listen later, so make sure you tune into Hannity show three PM eastern. It's the same studio. We're doing the same show. That's why I don't go anywhere. Just wait for show hundred committed. We all just hang out. Heck out and it's the middle of the night here saying. Doc out shows Linda's like us your show here. So that's why it sounds so good. But some funny happened yesterday. So I go over at in the morning here, which is the night to remember. We are exactly the opposite of eastern time. So Shawn's nine PM eastern Hannity show on FOX's at nine in the morning. So I do my show. We Sean does his radio show. I go back to hotel for a few hours. And then I bounce over to the j w Marriott where they're in Hanoi with doing the show. So I'm in the control room. They have set up for FOX. And I could see like there's a hustle and bustle, and it's reminded me of when I was in the secret service, everything in the secret service's hurry up and wait. Oh, everything's like. And it all of a sudden, it's hurry. Hurry up. Okay. Wait, wait, wait. And it just reminded me the issue of like what's going on? So and I'm not I'm not speaking on attorney Burke is on the show. Sean stuck in traffic. Joe, it's I'm not even kidding. It's like eight thirty five PM shot. Is it try it? Like, I don't be traffic. I IB like traffic. No. No bottle anywhere and they're looking around. And they're like, I don't know. What is he can even make it for the show? So he stuck in his car. And if you watch the show us that you saw this legit videos on a joke like, Sean, you gotta take a scooter. They pick some random guy at a street scooters on jumps on the back of his scooter. And he gets there with like twenty minutes to spare you have to see the video. So yeah, get this text from Sean and his assistant, and I'm like is this like Photoshop is. This a joke. I'm like, you guys kidding. And he's like dude this happened to be right now. And he was so, you know, listen, I listened Sean loves motorcycles. Nobody knows Sean better than Lyndon. Sean has just gregarious personality think he'd come in all like really of set an angry at all fire. Crazy get reality. Nope. Cable thought it was the funniest thing you'd say put that out this show. Everybody get it on a show. So he's just a good guy. I just want to throw that out there. And I'm not just saying 'cause he's let me use it studio. These really it was just such a great experience. Okay. I wanted to move on Bernie Sanders that is CNN townhall last night the biggest fraud in politics right now. Bernie, I mean it he's not the sleaziest that's Adam Schiff in swallow. Well, but he is the biggest fraud. He says he's a socialist Jones three homes as a nice car is probably worth close to a million dollars. It makes him a total complete fraud. So Sanders was on CNN last night. And I want you to listen to the way this total fraud dances around a question asked of him a very specific question. Are you going to be allowed under the Bernie Sanders socialist healthcare system to keep the insurance policy? You have now or not simple. Remember, Obama, even radical far left? Oh, Bob was like if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. Listen away. Bernie does a little dance around this question. Play that Senator let's talk a little bit about. Medicare for all because about half of Americans, as you know, they're insured by their employer like, Lance. According to a recent Gallup poll seventy percent of these people with private health insurance, their plans they liked their plans. They think their plans are good will these people be able to keep their health insurance plans their private plans now through their employers. If there is a Medicare for all program that you endorse luck. They will what will change in laya plans is the color of their cod. So instead of having a Blue Cross Blue shield cod instead of having a United health insurance card. They're going to have a Medicare cod that Medicare called will allow them to go to any doctor that they want they're going to the doctor happy any hospital they want, but you know, what else they're not going to be paying any private insurance premiums. If they are seniors we all going to expand Medicare benefits to cover dental care, which is not covered for seniors hearing aids and. Glasses. There will be comprehensive healthcare. People can go to any doctor dentist or a hospital. They like their health insurance plan they won't be able to keep their health insurance. Both nobody this business of liking your health insurance plan, which by the way, employers change every single year people like their doctors. They liked the hospitals like like the cab. They're getting our Bill, in fact, right now, if you weren't a particular program, you may not be able to go to the doctor that you want. Our our program will allow you wanted to digital private health insurance beyond Medicare for all. Would they be allowed to purchase that kind of health insurance? Our Bill covers all. Healthcare needs. All if people want cosmetic surgery, for example. Yes, of course to get private insurance. Wow. You know, I almost reluctantly have to give Bernie credit for that was one of the finest dances around. I made it. I'm not even I don't agree with it. But from a strict tactical perspective, he must've rehearsed that with a focus group. Oh my gosh. A hundred two hundred times what a perfect way to never answer. The question was simple. Wolf Blitzer estimate. Straightforward question. Can I keep my health insurance plan? I advocate people keep it or not. So he never answers. So he says two things that she just three takeaways from this. Takeaway number one. He says, well, it's not about that. It's about the color of your card. I'm surprised they're making a race thing. You're racist. You surprise me to go right to identity politics. And you're definitely a racist. If you don't support Medicare with the wrong color because right to it's not about that. It's about the color of your insurance card. It's gonna change from this color to a Medicare colored. Okay. That's not what I asked. I didn't ask you. If the color of the card is going to chase ask you if we can keep our health insurance. So he he in a genius tactical shift like this fraud is to be an expert at this. He doesn't answer the question because the question answer would be grossly unpopular to probably upwards of seventy to eighty percent of the population. The answer is no you can't keep your insurance under socialist breadline, Bernie's socialist Medicare system. So he goes right to own oceans the color of the court. Then he this is I mean, this is like tier one level trolling of people right here. He says, no it's not about that people like their doctors. And you know, you gotta be able to go to your doctor notice what he did. But he did there. This is slick. As a family friendly show. He makes it out. He disconnects the health insurance. You have that you like which enables you to see your doctor from your doctor himself or herself a genius move notice. How mentally it gets you away from wait? Wait, I'm gonna lose my plan. But he automatically refocuses on you. But don't worry. It's your doctor. You're going to be able to see there's no guarantee you that. How does Bernie no that I can guarantee you one thing that an incredibly large number of doctors and hospitals will shut down under this Bernie Sanders system because a doctor's time like food water and everything else is a scarce resource. It has to be allocated. It can only be allocated one of two ways you'll get a Nobel prize in economics. If you can tell me third way, by the way, I put this question out for five years doing the show. No one's ever emailed me a third way to allocate scarce resource, you can price it or you can ration it. That's it. You can either price it or you can ration it. Meaning doctors time is going to be rationed under a non-price government run system. If the only way folks there is no other way. So what Bernie does he disconnects you from the insurance and the doctor, and he makes it about the doctor, but he leaves out the part where it's your insurance. Now that Naples you to see the doctor you like that may be how you actually found your doctor. You want to stand the tier one bubble trolling. This is genius. He never answers the question that your insurance that makes you that allows you to see your doctor, and I was going to go away. But instead of getting you all packed buddy. But don't worry you'll be able to see your doctor. He has no way of knowing that none. It's not possible. One more thing. I want to bring up about this clip because it's important. Bernie keeps talking about this. It's a myth. It's a myth. We've the bunk. Joe you you probably tired of hearing it right now. Matt palumbo. My resident the bunker on the website on the bunk section as the bunk. This sixty days from Sunday. There's a talking point Democrats are out there that needs to be on your tip of your tongue to immediately counteract and breakdown or else you'll fall prey to it too. And it's this, oh, listen, we can get rid of the administrative cost because Medicare's more efficient notice what he says. They're Ernie says in the clip he says, there's a private insurance premium what he's suggesting there is that free market private health insurance costs more because the administrative costs are more. But there's a little trick. Here. Here's the trick. They do when you see it. You'll see why a lot of people get scammed by this. They're not talking about the administrative costs of private insurance versus Medicare and government shorts. Overall, when they say, oh, the government does a better job. In the administrative cost of lower with. They're talking about is the percentage of costs spent on healthcare as a function of the overall cost of the medical bills. So let me just give me an example. Joe? I know you're tired of you've heard this some in the audience may not have heard this because they common talking point. If the healthcare costs for private insurance overall for everyone of the country. It's use round numbers one hundred one hundred dollars and the administrative costs overhead right that the administrative staff, and whatever we're ten dollars. Then the percentage of healthcare costs that go to administration and private health could be ten percent out of one hundred. But if they spent the same ten dollars in the government on administrative costs, but the amount of money spent on the healthcare of that population is a thousand dollars all the sudden the healthcare costs are what one percent oh. Chou the government managed to save money because they're only one percent of healthcare costs. They may say, Dan, you just made their point. Na na. No, no, no, no. I'm not done. The government is never more efficient. Okay. Look don't make me laugh you ever been to the DMV. Like gimme a break. What was the last time? You said, wow. This government. You really do a great job. Not get it out of the park. What a great job on the bureaucracy side. The answer is sometime close to never you've never said that the way this works folks is who does the government insure well Medicare is a large swath of the government spending on healthcare Medicare covers who Joe did they cover five year olds and six year olds. No, no, of course, not if you have a thousand dollars in medical bills because there's an older sicker population via Medicare, you're insuring. And the administrative bills are the same or even more or even twenty dollars or thirty dollars not ten dollars. Of course, it's gonna. Oh, look like the government spent less money on administration as a percentage that's not the case at all. They're just ensuring an older sicker population. When you actually put the numerator denominator denominator. She's me in context and you've control for the health status of the population. The government's administrative costs are off the charts. It's not even close to private insurance. Folks, you have to be a moron to believe that the government bureaucracy somehow has figured out a way to be more efficient than a free market private insurance industry. I mean, are you insane? Who actually believes that this has to be able to roll off the tip of your tongue? No. When someone says to you. Well, the government's administrative costs are far cheaper than the private sector you go. Well, how did you measure that? Well, as a percentage or you may have to take most liberals, I'm sorry. But they're really dopey. You may have to tell them what they're saying. Because they don't usually no just say what you're saying is you're saying as a percentage of the overall healthcare spending, correct the liberal typically won't know. But if. They do know they'll say, yes, that's what I'm saying. Well, are you controlling for the health status? What do you mean? They don't know what controlling means. A lot of them who claim to be really controlling. These are are are you extemporaneous variables like extremes of controlling for them. Are you controlling for the health status of the population to make sure you're not spending more on those people there for the percentage of administrative costs looks lower just because it's an older and sicker population. No, he didn't do. Of course, you're a liberal. Therefore, you're a defacto moron. Because when you control for that, it's obvious the government didn't do anything. But you see this. This is why I live to do this stuff at just to give you a little idea where I heard this. What are the best ways to debunk liberal talking points? Just to watch the Saturday shows go to FOX put onto Saturday shows and watch the liberal debates because they all come in. I don't know if they prepare on Saturday night through something like board collective hive mind, but they'll come out with their talking points on the Saturday shows, and I heard that about five years ago on a Saturday show, and I immediately went to Google and I put in. Myth that government administrative costs are lower on healthcare. And there were about one hundred articles from heritage. It's so easy to it's nonsense. So now, you have it it's only because it's an older sicker population. And therefore, of course, the percentage is gonna look lower. It's not says all right one more point. And we'll wrap it up for the day. So I got a great Email from a guy yesterday. And he's like, you miss something on the Alexandria, Casey Cortez and a couple of days ago, we hit this this tweet. She sent out where she was like celebrating the idea that she's wasting your money. She's like, I pay my entry level staffers. Fifty two thousand dollars a year a Mike congressional staff because I want everybody to have a living wage. Okay. Number one. You are not paying anything. We are fascinating. How she distributes other people's money, and it celebrates it's actually coming in our pocket. Wow. You've paid your staffer fifty two thousand that's really nice now. I know people, you know, what his office and others who have given their own money to other people, but she's giving away taxpayer money, but another point on that is well, isn't that kind of a slap in the face to experience staffers of work their whole careers to get a better salary for the valuated skills. They bring to our office who now have to accept the same entry level salary as an intern who got their first job that's kind of a little bit of a punch in a gut if you're rational sane person. But again, we're talking about the Democrats. I know that's a bridge too far. But a guy sends me an Email was beautiful. It was just awesome. He's a Q missed the biggest point of all he says, why isn't she paying herself that I said, yes, brother, the doodoo semi of. Sorry. I forgot your name. You are genius. I tweeted that out last night. I don't know if you saw it. I forgot it. We emailed me this. I was like I was trying to give I really Jedi like, but you know, who you are. Because you said that is a point he's like, a she was a real socialist that she should have paid herself. The fifty two thousand two and I added a little kid, but at the end of the tween. From each according to his abilities to each according to his needs. Right. That's the communist manifesto, and that's the socialist credo, babe. That's it. So from each according to does she should only need fifty two thousand she just said that's a living wage, right? Joe? So why is she getting paid what one hundred seventy four thousand? So I would like everyone to tweet be cool about it. You know, the tweet she's at UC tweeter and ask her why she's not accepting the fifty two thousand dollars. She's determined to be a sufficient wage to live from each according to her abilities to each according to need yet. Let's do it. Let's come on g should take it too. If she's a legit socialist. She should take the fifty two thousand dollars that was a genius point. Absolutely stellar. So the dude who sent that. You are awesome. You get the well, we've got a contest coming up eight send you something because I like you. So that was one of the best I read, my that thing was awesome. I read that. And I'm like why did? I miss that on the show. A tweet of that was an ode to you, buddy. All right house. A lot of contact. We were at this. Really for what it's worth. I'm really job. We don't really do these on samba operations. But I'll keep you updated on the status of negotiations here. Let me just one final thing before we go. I I haven't even spoken about the North Korean negotiations yet. Listen. Everybody needs to take a chill pill on this. I don't know any easier way to say it. They're pressuring Trump to leave this place with some kind of hard declaration. You know, I'm not a golden calf worshiper, folks. But let's be candid here Reagan's negotiations with Gorbachev took a very long time. And not only did they take a long time. There were some major steps back in some major failures there before we ultimately saw the break up of the Soviet Union were they're dealing with it too radical dictator here if we can come out of this with some accounting full accounting of the nuclear capabilities of the North Korean regime. Remember, we don't even know how many nuclear weapons they have. I've seen any estimate from ten to thirty. We have no idea about their capability on reentry, which is important. It's important because if the if the weapon can't make it back to the atmosphere and burns up you'd have an atmospheric detonation, I can have an actual human out detonation at all it's on everything. But it's important and accounting of their storage facilities where they're keeping this stuff if we can get that. And we take the danger level from a nine to an aide. Then folks that's a marginal improvement. And the people on the left and off come out of here with a deal. What can it? I'm tired of you idiots. These are the same people supported giving the Iranians pallet full of cash while they were chanting death to America. The hard pass. No, thanks. I'll keep you updated. As we hear stuff on the ground. And of course, I give you some color commentary from what it's like, you're all right. Thanks again for tuning in, folks. I really appreciate it. Please subscribe to the show on I tunes. It is free. If you have a phone, right? Wes should go to the podcast app. Click. 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Satanic Panic at the Disco

"If you're easily offended this show may not be for you. But if you're into that weird fun you've come to the right place you've been warned Cody let's get into welcome to be s. p. believer skeptic podcasts at podcast two idiots debate weird phenomena. I'm chris. I'm the believer i'm cody. I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time listening to us we're in lgbtq paranormal comedy podcast and proud members of the pod ma network and this is our one hundredth episode. And that's the first time you've done a perfect intro. So as celebrates one hundred. I'd be perfect practically perfect. Mary poppins would say if it first. You don't succeed. Try a hundred times so happy one hundred so exciting. Our fifth year hundred episode. How do you feel I'm nervous because the topic we're going to get in. Today is very heavy Right now i'm going to give you a huge trigger warning. There is a lot of talk of bad stuff out. Just put it that way. So if you're easily triggered Just tread lightly. Yep so for me. My second story is pretty heavy but my first one is not first one actually very personal i get to share a code historian so happy and then for crepe of the week i ended with a least uplifting news that way. We don't end online. So sad But that being said the reason we're talking about all this awful stuff is because the topic is okay. Yeah this is one that has we knew we were going to do this eventually. And we finally occurs like this is like a hundred. Yeah yeah we were talking about the satanic panic of the nineteen eighties This is something that both of us lived in breathed yelling especially me growing up with an evangelical family. You know small town especially in small towns in small towns in. Yeah yep catholic. In the bible belt in a small town it was. It was everywhere throughout the eighties. And i will get into history a little bit as to hall of the all that came about and stuff awesome. Yeah so it's gonna be. It's gonna be interesting interesting heavy and i will also prefaces that i have never been invested so much in research like i came to tears few times and i might today because it's it's difficult jeff. The kris told me. I think you have a story that you're telling it in two parts so you'll have one story and it's it's something i've heard of but i don't know a lot about and chris was texting mate and he was like. I just can't with this like this. Is the most the craziest most investing. I've ever seen and i i am going to my own. Hormones is probably the best research i've ever done as well couldn't here too. We all we all have that moment where we're like. I just dove because it was so much to me and ended up doing some some extraneous research. That i'll talk about in my first about texan chris with that. Should we get into our drinks. Yeah since you already saw half of what i was gonna reveal anyways i will go. I go for it. So i was looking up. Non alcoholic obviously devil drinks injuring today. And i found something called devil's piss and what it what what. The original recipe is was corona with Grenadine in it. But it was like bloody piss. But i did my own take The they didn't have any non alcoholic. Mexican lager went so i just use the different beer. I made a grenada out of the beer. And the an jalapeno and then i put grenadine annette. Oh i need to sip this. It's spicy as i need spicy. Spice trying this. Oh oh my god. Oh we burns. Oh that is delicious. That burning icy then. How doppler kodia gift because It goes with a with a show with the topic. So here's a can of deviled ham spread. You're taking that home. I bought that as a joke just because it related i did not know that it was a spread. Oh my god in the devils on there like dancing like hi. This is disgusting already okay. Well i'm definitely not to try it trying to throw it. Yup rapper memory. I will leave it here in begin decorate with it so i got a little. But it's good works. Cody had murphy's law moment on the way here. He almost did it. Make it tonight. So god it was the the universe did not want me here but if satan being like don't talk about me or something i dunno powers that be whoever they be wherever be were like. We don't want this to happen. But i ended up getting a sangria and i was like yay so because it's like blood sacrifice for you the end. No because it's so close to home. It's called house. Oh good and it has a picture of a house on it with that. We get into history. Yup i taste this thing. All right so The satanic panic also known as satanic ritual abuse. Scare has a long sort at involved history going back to the nineteen seventies with obvious influence from occult teachings from even earlier than that and depending on who you ask. It's still very much alive today at its most basic. It was a type of moral panic or mass hysteria. Yes yes in which there was a widespread fear in which satanism was blamed for a number of murders assaults in pretty much any bad thing they could potentially blame on the religion. Yup i'm i'm curious for people who were younger and didn't live through the eighties which is to hear about which is most of them right. I'll tell you a story. Last night. I was talking to My friend lauren about our next topic. And she's like what's the satanic panic. She grew up in the nineties. So i will tell you as it gets into the nineties here. But she didn't really know. I had to explain to you. That so cool people are going to be like. This was really a thing and it was yup so There have been conspiracies much like the illuminates of satanic cults having members from wealthy and powerful elite world leaders that have been accused of child abduction and or grooming for all things malevolent. You know it has been suggested that there were a number of factors that have contributed to the interest. In fear of the occult and satan has joined the late nineteen sixties seventies following the unfortunate events that resulted from one cult leader. Really charles manson. Oh so this kind of spawn. From of yeah. I didn't know that time so interesting. As i say here. Fuck him and everything. He stands for real. But i digress. Not too long after the infamous murders. occultist anton levy publish the satanic bible. Which was his own personal philosophy more so than a bible or a guide a lot of what was in the satanic by war his other philosophers writings new say he kind of plagiarized. Some some stuff not everything. In that being said his philosophy became the manual for the church of satan which he had founded in nineteen sixty six prior to writing it. Now this is the church of satan. That's actually more atheist or is this actually like devil worshipping the dark church the dark one up. I dunno i again. We are armchair experts. That we don't know everything. So i could be off but probably not. I'm just kidding. No i'm not i'm not too. Of course i still have religious traumas. I'm still a little scared to do it. I mean every time. I type like satan or stanic. Search browser a few years later very famous book and movie claiming to be based on a true story would add further. Fear to all things say in the exorcist. Oh yeah These are just the precursors of what was yet to come into the nineteen eighties the decade on of the war on traditional moral values. Reagan was president. Nancy was saying no to drugs. Mtv was birthed and so on it was in one thousand nine hundred eighty when a book called michelle remembers was published. That extreme interest in fear begin to rise Own this book. actually cody. Has it all right now I have it ready yet. But this book was by lawrence pastor and was at the time said to be a memoir but since then has been proven to be false it detailed the ongoing ritual abuse of one. Michelle smith who was i the patient and later the wife of the author as well as co author. She wasn't meaning. She was also the co author of the book. Okay in the book lawrence a psychologists performed past life regression which is completely controversial sessions on michelle where she alleged abuse from the church of satan that supposedly either preceded levy's own church and teachings. Oh interesting this is. The book gave religions a soapbox speak on against the churches. Say in all of the book often debunked. It was too late because they were already circuit tours talk shows and so on further perpetuating fear in the minds and hearts of religious america from this book. I don't remember this book at all. They were on like donahue and oprah holy shit. You would think. I would have known this ya myself growing up in a again partially evangelical family. I can clearly remember a lot of that. Fear being instilled in me. So do you remember the book back. Then or i don't. But i took an interest not at a not in a bad way that i wanted to become a satan aspect just like in i mean the cult you know so i remember reading about it but not actually reading it very his colt nose ring right now. The way With so much exposure Lawrence pastor became the satanic ritual abuse expert. And i use that loosely and the novel as i call it almost became like a sort of guide for lawyers and others involved in cases of supposedly tannock ritual abuse Let me say here that. I am not discounting that any abuse took place more so that it was not likely to satanism or a reasons. Oh yeah There is one particular famous criminal case known as the mcmartin preschool trial that use satanic ritual abuse evidence throughout the cases. But i won't go into detail because it's long and horrible so be advised if you do some research on that yourself like all quote good novels. Do michelle remembers. Gave birth to a number number of other quote. True accounts of satanic ritual abuse furthering the already lingering fear amongst society Call it satanic. Fantastic if you will if not already cleaned. I'm taking credit for that. I like that As america began to pull satanism out of the dark so to speak it became mainstream movies. Books mtv such as geraldo rivera's nineteen eighty special exposing satan's underground to be clear. This was not just an american thing. The panic had had and has spread worldwide between eighty four and eighty six alone around twenty-six people were convicted on the basis of satanic ritual abuse. Many of which has since then been rightfully overturn a satanic panic would take a low in the nineties but has been so instilled in our culture that today some compare it to q. An oh really yeah. There's so much more. I could obviously talk about but i think for now that about covers it. Yeah interesting. I didn't know that it actually kind of had these singular routes. I thought it was just kind of this. Just exploded out of forty different places but it actually kind of has a new beginning which is really interesting. And if you think of the newest conjuring movie yeah that's about a case in court that loaf the devil made me do it. So are we getting into story time. Yes all right prepared everybody again trigger except for this i one. This first one's fun kind of okay. So as we mentioned before we both grew up in this and for people who didn't live in town we all this tenant call you know we're talking about but For people in the eighties. So i grew up in pampa in the bible belt. And i actually didn't know the phrase satanic panic until you told it to me. But once i didn't know that that was like it was actually a coined thing but once you set it i start thinking back and i'm like oh my god like when i was growing up anyone who was weird or different or we just wanted one black or the ad their hair blah. They were a devil worshipper. And that's all you talked about. We would be in pampa and mom or whoever. We'd see somebody like. Oh they're definitely a devil. Worshipper devil worshipper. Everyone was a devil worship goth Fashion was uprising too so that comparative absolutely it was almost like a form of mccarthyism where someone was shunned because people started spreading rumors. That were a devil worshipper and it became so weird and then it spread to that thing. Where if you played records backwards that they would say you know. Yeah and they would say satanic things. And i mentioned this before that growing up we would have different records in the biggest one was radio gaga by queen and we actually ruin the record by getting it on the player and gone forcing it backwards and needle scratching the shit out of it and it's making all these horrible noises and of course being impressionable kids we were like i just heard the you know the devil rules and we of course did your mama catch you. Oh she was a part of it. My mom was so strange she was really cool and really rely on ways but in some ways super religious with that music thing. She knew that that wasn't a thing. I say it was fake. People were talking show and so she was fine with she. Never actually stopped is from. If i were here. I'd be pissed that you're ruining my record. Because they were poor. That's what she should have imagined. Here's your here's a record. Most she's probably like i want. I want you to know that this should isn't real. Yes but of course we're like it's so real but the biggest one in this is the story i'm going to be talking about. Today is a place by where. I grew up called screaming wells. So that'll link that essentially it was not a second story so this this is a really interesting story because there was a place outside at pampa and there were a bunch of oil wells and they're actually rigs but for some reason that's the country term. Scully me oil wells. Yeah but the place is called screaming. Wells that's creepy. Oh it's so creepy because this is how it got. Its name supposedly going by their times of day. You would hear screaming and it could be at night during the day. It would come from different places out in screaming wells. But here's the kicker that part is true. The place actually screams. You will hear screaming when you go out there. Is it the machinery. So we're gonna talk about that. In debunk but there were also a bunch of what appear to be concrete tombs out there so naturally screaming coming from all over the place. Concrete tombs you're in a small town during satanic panic. This place blew up in our hometown in the whole panhandle during the eighties. It was supposed to be a place of pure evil It was supposed to be a place of satanism. Everyone heard the rumors that you never go to screaming wells. because devil-worshipping rituals are happening out there than with the name with that that just perpetuated the fear further. That's exactly right and so it became a place where the cool kids wanted to go and be cool. The young kids avoided like the plague because of what was supposedly happening out there. It's supposed to be sacrifices and rituals and all the things. So i thought it was massive but when i started researching this i looked at this months ago. Even this settled on a topic. Because when you brought up satanic panic at one point i actually do the book and it is because i actually was avoiding the topic because i was like well. I can't find anything on screaming. Wells and google searching and so. I don't wanna do this topic if i can't talk about it and i was like how the fuck is my brain blow this thing up and there's nothing out there so i found a pampa facebook group. I went ahead and posted. Hey i'm doing a podcast. Does anybody remember or have stories about screaming wells. Y'all this thread blew the fuck time. Most of my check. There were one hundred and eleven comments to my post and that is blowing up because your town is like this big. It was literally people tagging people people by saying like osha. This place was crazy. And so what. I'm gonna do is. I'm gonna share a few of the comments that i got and what people saw so first of all eighty percent. Approximately of people responded with some variation of we were always told there were devil-worshippers out there more. It was just outside of town and people said that satanic rituals went on there and let me preface this by saying. Whenever i made my post i didn't mention satanic panic at all. All i said was. I'm doing a paranormal podcast. But most people remember that. This is where satanism happen now. I thought though that it was just rubbish like nothing really happened except people partying but listen to a couple of these comments and these people and i went back and forth with a couple of and they're like this is absolutely true. One said one time we saw people being creepy outside there in the middle of the night. They all stood in a circle holding candles. I never went home so fast. In my life someone said went out to screaming wells once and never again. We parked and walked towards lights that we could see eventually. We saw a fire and there were people chanting and dancing around the fire. We ran for our lives and they said we halt our honeys out of there as fast as we could. Suddenly lights came after us but we were able to get out of there faster apparently and lost them super creepy. So i'm reading and this is a lot of people saying stuff like this. So i was like people actually saw something that appeared to be rituals out there. Like i don't think they're making it up with this number but now it's gruesome of the sacrificed animals Was the thing of course found a lot everywhere. I received so many comments to this thread about that. And then we read a couple one set. One person said there was a roller coaster. Bridge out there where they said satanic rituals were held and goats were sacrificed and they say you can go under the bridge in here the spirits of those goats crying and i was like. Oh well. that's odd yeah. Sounds kind of like a ghost story but then someone else posted. And this isn't pampa where four h. is massive. That's the biggest thing to do in the town. Whatever you were you eight. I was not because i wasn't country all because you're to catholic catholic church and my parents moved from germany to all over the country to texas. So they weren't natural farmers dot. Yeah so four. H. of people don't know it's a place where people do the show pigs and show cows and they do right roping and all that country stopping by earn badges. Yes thank you. Yeah and it's it's actually. I'm not knocking. Its agricultural study basically for kids. There you go. That's exactly so one of the comments was one of my friends at show. Pigs disappeared. And if i remember right they found. It sacrificed out at screaming. Wells new will summon responded with they sacrifice dogs to we went out there and we found two dead dogs that had been hung in the trees. Seriously disturbing yeah absolutely and so. I'm already like Should i take this committed. This post on this is. These people are like the honest. I feel like they're not lying. I did not expect to hear that. They actually found animals and then someone responded to that. I used to find slaughter dogs and goats out there when i was younger if we were out past dark. My mom and dad always told me if we ever saw people there to run away and come straight home. There's people saying we found slaughtered mutilated animals out. It's screaming wells. We saw people chanting and dancing and doing original out at screaming wells. I will debunk right. Now chewbacca wish that'd be awesome one. Paranormal explanation rationalized by another. I hope was it. So i'm gonna stop there. If people want to hear more they can reach out but the bottom line is this. I was really surprised at what i found. I thought i would just hear some stories that were like okay. They just saw people messing around with. This isn't true but some of this stuff was like. I don't i don't know why seven people would all say. Oh yeah i saw you. Yeah exactly exactly. So that is the story of pampa and screaming wells. Wow so all right well okay okay let me get myself prepared for this get yourself emotionally prepared and if you're not generally everybody speaking to not just cody. If you're not angry as i was by the end of this then you have no heart. God i've got to give okay. Then i've got at least fake being mad as i did To earlier i have become totally. Invested in the story even became emotional. Like i said earlier as our listeners. Know i'm a proud. Social justice advocate. And that is why i feel. It is important that i tell the story I've omitted some details as this could have easily been three or four part story. I'm talking about the west memphis three This will be in two parts. Like cody said Saw get right to the west memphis. Three r three men who at the time of their conviction were teenagers damien. Echols jesse miskelly. Junior and jason baldwin. The three victims of the story where steve edward branch or also called stevie christopher mark buyers and james michael moore. I'll talk about all six. As i believe they are victims. That deserve to have their stories told first. Stephen christopher and michael where a trio of best friends who are in second grade and had earned their wolf rank in the local cub scouts. St was a typical eight year old boy with blond hair standing at four feet and weighing sixty five pounds. You had all these things. He was raised by his mother after his parents divorce when he was very young he was an honor student who lived with his mother stepfather and younger half sister. Christopher also eight years old had light brown hair was four feet tall weighing in at fifty two pounds much like stevie. His parents also divorced early in his life with his mother remarrying. He lived with his mom his step dad and an older stepbrother. His mother said that he was a typical eight year. Old who still believed in the easter bunny and santa claus. And i keep saying was and so i'm like okay. Something really bad is going to happen. James the third of the victims was eight years old. Had brown hair standing at four foot to wing fifty five pounds. He is very proud to cub scout and often wore his uniform when he was not participating with scouts of the tree was said that james was the leader of the group He lived with his parents and his older sister in west memphis. Arkansas the three eight year old boy. West memphis arkansas. Oh okay so. This is not in west memphis. Yeah okay. I'm glad i heard that. Not in tennessee. Tennessee almost said kentucky. Yeah in stocky arkansas. The three eight year old boys or reported missing on may fifth nineteen ninety-three. It was reported by three neighbors that prior to the disappearance sheltered the three children had last been seen playing together after calling out for his son and him not returning home after thirty minutes. Christopher byers stepfather made a report to the police There was a small initial search that night by the police and friends and neighbors to to no avail The next day a more thorough search began all over west memphis with emphasis on robin hood hills or the children were last seen. They came up with nothing. I bought five hours into the search. A parole officer saw boys black shoe floating in a creek that led to robin hood hills. Prompting them to search the creek which revealed the bodies of three missing children. All three of them faulk. You may wanna Skip ahead about thirty seconds to minute. Here's i'm going to give slight details. That will be very disturbing. The boys had been stripped naked and hog tied with their own shoelaces. Their clothing was found close by of the clothing. Two pairs of underwear order. Never found lacerations and genital mutilation had been found on one of the victims. Although very violent crimes there was very little evidence to be found. There was a lack of blood or fibers and it looked as if the area had been cleaned with such little evidence. The police had not much to go on. You know my god. Autopsies later revealed that christopher byers had died of multiple injuries while steve branch and michael moore had succumbed to multiple injuries and drowning The wounds on christopher were thought to have been from a knife attack and his genital mutilation was the to be done purposefully. It was believed that all three victims were assaulted and killed in the place that they were found due to the state of the children that the children are found in and considering the time period and where america was as a nation rumors started to spread. These killings were due to satanic rituals. The reason that this was believed was due to the nudity. The positioning of the bodies. And more specifically the genital mutilation. The this theory would loom large throughout the case despite other theories that were presented and now onto the suspects thought. I there was jesse miskelly junior seventeen years seventeen years old at the time of his arrest he said have to have a bad temper and often got into fights with other kids at school which eventually dropped out of jason baldwin was sixteen when he was arrested previously had been arrested for vandalism and shoplifting despite that he he got very good grades in school and was said to be talented and drawing and sketching so much so that one of his teachers urged him to pursue graphic design and college Now jason was a close friend of daime knuckles. Damon echols was eighteen at the time of his arrest. And he like. Jason had been previously arrested for vandalism and shopping shoplifting. Both bald baldwin were friends based on their similar interests in taste especially a shared taste in music. Which will become important later. Oh okay and thoughts on their thoughts for the dislike of the culture in the bible belt like most. Oh yeah yeah exactly damian. Family was poor and he rarely attended school resulting in him eventually. Dropping out much. Like jesse echoes was said to have spent some time in a psychiatric fill the facility information which would later be used in court and i'll leave that there as part one of this. What an important story. That was a clip hair deluxe. Oh my god oh poor children all of them mix with till you get to the store and you'll see why All i know from this is so i'd love south park. You know that was my. I used to dream about trey parker and not in a sexual top. I can set that up. I used to. I used to hero worship him. Because i thought he was so brilliant. I would dream about just meeting him. And in pitching him an idea and him loving it and that was like an orgasm to me because he was so brilliant and i remember watching them being awarded something back in the nineties and there were still new and they walk up on stage and for their speech. They said free. The west memphis three walked off the stage. And that was it. And that's all that's all. I know of that story but because they're so smart i was like well. They've got beyond they got into something. Yeah i'll i'll put in my research. I kind of admitted a detail. But i'll talk a little about that. Remind me of bill about the celebrities and stuff. Okay oh okay cool all right so my second story i mean this is this is again like real and kind of heavy but This is chris. This is so fascinating so. Chris sent me this random link in he was like i didn't read this he didn't. I didn't read this but it's in texas so take a look. Yup and i had to give you a huge. Thanks because this is a story that took place in childress. Texas of all fucking places and i saw that. Why of all fucking bullshit. Because this is a town. And i'm not trying to smaller than pampa. Pampa was twelve to fourteen thousand people in the panhandle. Childress is forty eight hundred people down further south in the middle of nowhere. It is a one town one. Stop light on. It is a town. So when i saw this article about satanic rituals in childress in the eighties i was like well. This is going to be something really boring because it's children and you're like and then you read holy fuck. Y'all shit is insane. This story it and i had to cut. This is long to cut a bunch of it. Oh i know that feeling. Strap yourselves in buckle up for this as if they already worked for listening to my already on edge and now they get to here but this is just wild. Okay sitting on children's county in the us date of texas is the town of childress. It is known as a quiet conservative town. Yes surprise surprise up in the nineteen eighties. It was the same driven. Every time i drive or used to drive from dallas to amarillo. You drive children's every single time and that's where you know you're getting closer to amarillo. Mario and children has got a population of around. Five thousand people and really. It was just a little slice of town small town. America happened like american as apple pie. Yes the american apple pie yes wait. That's an idiot. I did it backwards. I was like no. The saying is as apple pie american wrong so but then on july twenty your face just drop crazy on july twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty eight. A gruesome discovery was made just outside of town. They're hanging from a tree. In twisting in the breeze was a lifeless body of seventeen year old tate roland upon finding the body the boy who had made the discovery a friend of tastes by the name of chad. Johnston immediately informed the dead boy's parents shortly after this chad would admit that the two had been out drinking but it. Here's where it gets weird. Chad said that suddenly tate from out of nowhere just climbed under the tree and hung himself bullshit while after a thorough investigation the sheriff's department labeled it a suicide. I and that was the end of that so then during the funeral a young man began to go into a trance-like state enchant suicide over and over and over again until he was asked to leave there was so we just goes into a transit suicide suicide. During a funeral a woman appeared wearing a veil that nobody could recognize and she left before anybody could talk to her. The woman in black. Yeah the woman in black after this more strangeness would follow when police found a cow skull set within a pile of rocks near where his body was found hanging like. you're in texas. You're going to find a lot of councils yet. I basically it's weird if you don't find a cow skull but maybe you arrange like that. But then in town they started. Finding burning crosses dogs that would disappear. Attorney mutilated in a ritual fashion before the kkk. I this is something that honestly i don't know while also these are assuming non. Melania boys correct non. What white boys. Oh all boys. I'm sure it's all white boys. But before long they're of course became murmurs of satanic colts and human and animal sacrifices and there were speculations that tate role instead had been linked to this now. These rumors were accompanied by some really bizarre reports. Being made at the time one reports said that satan is for in the area in van trying to abduct blonde haired white children free candies and puppy. Pre-k and i and i'm so gullible for cans and little puppies kittens. Oh oh thai food and kittens. I'd get into ben now. But then there were stories of satan. This meeting at abandoned houses this was classic satanic panic. That's what i grew up. It was actually panic. It was textbook. There you go then. A very bizarre report came in from a group of teenagers who had gone up to visit. Tate's grave out of morbid curiosity only to see pictograms scrawled everywhere and be chased away by a group of saintliness in a pickup truck was a fifteen year old local boy by the name of ray wilkes who claim to be a part of the colt and said that they were there on the night. Tate hanged himself. What's yeah now. The police apparently Proved that that wasn't true. And over the months these things were written off and things appeared to have calmed down then on the of may thirty first nineteen ninety one. Tate's older sister the guy who hanged himself his older sister. Twenty two year old terry prosper was found dead in her own bed after a night of drinking with friends fucked now. She suffocated in her own. Vomit is what happened but but in our system was found to be high amounts of psychiatric drug called ella ville and this is important to remember Antidepressant but it also helps with Sleep in it'll knock you the fuck out. There you go there. you go now. What her death was explainable. A lot of people were saying that there is a link because there weren't a lot of deaths in this town for young people also there like you know. How could this be a coincidence. In the meantime the sheriff of children's county claude lane He adamantly denied that there was any foul play involved and he kept squashing rumors of satanism squashing murph satanism. It wasn't until he lost his position due to allegations of selling marijuana that this case would be looked at again. The new sheriff would reexamined the case and made the startling discovery that while all this had been going on wilkes that kid who claim to have been in that cult and was present he tried to commit suicide and his blood was also found to have high levels of ella ville and he left a note behind reading. I know something that the cops don't know. I know who killed terry. I can't live anymore. He recovered and claimed to have not remembered a thing. So all the ships going on the new sheriff decides to have have tate's body exhumed for another examination sure enough found levels of ville found it in his remains now at the time the coroner would state his belief that this was not a suicide so the first sheriff who's selling marijuana all over the place says this was a suicide now. They're like nope something. Nefarious going on they dug up. Terry prospers body. The girl who choked on her own vomit. This time they found contusions bruises on her body as well as evidence that she had been smothered before her death. This whole thing so saas. It's so sup now. Here's the shit you ready for the ending here. No one has ever been found guilty of any foul play in the deaths. Kate roland terry prosper. And the official original causes of death now remain neither. Has there ever been any concrete evidence of cult activity of childress. And the whole case. Remains completely murky and ensemble penetrable and unsolved. Oh so if you're not angry about that. Oh but before i get into my second album. The story As you all know. I'm very open about my own mental health you know and i was actually prescribed. Elevate at one time really. It's an indication that came out in late sixties or seventies so it's not very good to prescribe anymore anyways. When i took it it would knock me out flat in i and the so groggy the next morning so they they took me off of that because it was just too much too heavy for me. That's interesting wonder if it could have a side effect of hallucinations or anything. Yeah or night walking snapping or Showman nights station know who owns slender man. No no oh yeah. The potman hop hat nanto matt oughta man qaddafi know. Why can't we remember. God angry all right okay. So i've told you about the victims. All six victims as i will call them now onto the investigation and trial or no. The police said they thought that the crimes were cult related Since damian echols was known to have an interest in the occult he was thought to be a suspect also for whatever reason they felt he was capable of child. Murder sounds because he vandalize something. Yeah of course it could be a murderer. Sounds more like a shitty unfounded opinion. But i digress nichols was taken for in for questioning and even took a polygraph test in. I had done anything the whole time. According to this test supposedly showed that he may have lied. But your nerves will make that shit move absolutely. I've always said i'd be terrified of like a criminal detector. Because you start your fucks with you sweat you. so yeah. So they said that. Additionally as nichols was being interviewed he mentioned the mutilation which was enough for the police to incriminate him about a month later because he just mentioned it yet that he talked about not like at length but he mentioned it in some fashion but like those spreads the so. That's what the leader will leave that in those heard about it. Yeah and those little towns or something okay. Okay about a month later jesse miskelly. Junior was questioned despite him having a known intellectual disability and being a minor his stepfather did give permission for him to be taken in but never agreed to him being questioned but he was anyway. Yup shit joined the twelve hour interview of a child yes. He was basically coerced into a confession. And yeah after the initial quote unquote confession. Eccles and jason baldwin. Were arrested while fucking hours. You could get a confession of any minor in twelve hours. Because they don't know they don't brains better. Yeah so there were the other. Two boys are arrested at this time. Eight months after that confession. Miskelly made another confession against his lawyers. Advice incomes anew witness vicky hutchinson who miskelly babysat for and who took a polygraph test on the day. The ball of the boys bodies were found on an unrelated allegation. Her son was with her that day. Who happened to be a friend of the missing boys and casualty had mentioned that the boys had been murdered and when further press that the boys had been murdered by satan s spoke spanish god's spanish that being said he could not of course not keep his story straight nor was he able to identify any of the three suspects even in a lineup. Oh he wasn't snell. Oh my god. This information leaked out to the media of course for further perpetuating that these incidents were satanic ritual related. Oh my god about a month later. Hutchinson agreed to put hidden. Mike's in her home in hopes of further incriminating damien echols hutchinson echoes met. But she states. He made no statements about the incident. The police claimed the recording was inaudible despite hutchinson saying that it was Hutchinson's later told the police that not long after the murders her eccles had attended a wiccan meeting at the end the echoes had bragged about the murders despite that she was unable to see where the meeting took place nor could she named any of the other attendees. Oh my god later. She would confess that she had turned the suspects into avoid facing charges for her own allegations manned to collect the reward. Money put up for the murder pitch. Absolutely she like ruins. Lives doing that. Okay as a result of miss kelly's confession. All three suspects as i said were arrested. God after being arrested miskelly started to backpedal but the damage had been done. Oh yeah. The suspects remained in custody during the preparation for the trial. Blood was found in a knife that belonged to chris buyer stepfather which the father of conveniently gave away not long after the murders. Although the blood was determined to belong to buyers the police did not look for their into this. But they actually have something real there you go off. The police also failed to follow up on an incident in a restaurant when a man covered in mud and blood went into the restaurant leaving blood in the bathroom the night the boys. What does he thought. The police did take samples but did nothing with it and then later conveniently lost the evidence. Shit miskelly was tried separately from the other two suspects. He had made the confession directly to the police. Despite inconsistencies and miskelly story as well as an indication of coercion he is convicted by the jury of one count of first degree murder and two counts of second degree murder resulting in a sentence of life plus forty years and presentable shit. The other two suspects were tried a month later. During that trial. So called cult expert was brought in in in indicating that the two men's music collections and clothing indicated. There say tanic. Yeah after a lengthy trial echoes emboldened baldwin were found guilty on three counts of murder resulting in a death sentence echo shit and life in prison for baltin because echoes was eighteen. Yep fog following the initial trials. The defense team's tried to appeal the cases. Many times stating trial misconduct misconduct. In all three cases miss fuck ary all over the place providing new evidence and challenging previous evidence. The foreman of the jury was said to be in violation as well after it was found out that he had discussed the case with his personal lawyer at length. My god with new evidence in you hearing was secured Now fast forward to two thousand seven. I don't want to with new advances in. Dna luckily oh testing dna. Collective from the crime scene was tested which all fell to match three alleged criminals. Were they freed. Oh god i wanna hear. There's no guy don't do it testing. It was found that a hair matching stevie branch's stepped-bottom within the knots used to tie up the victim. Fucking course it was despite the evidence against the steady other no persecutor stated that stood behind their convictions of the west memphis three. So there's still imprisoned. Sorry i had to collect myself here. No three years later. After a number of failed attempts it is ordered that a hearing take place to analyze new evidence to potentially exonerate the three prisoners. After much debate. It was suggested that the hearings be skipped and instead move straight to trials after match. Air many negotiations in two thousand eleven. The west memphis three were released from prison. As part of a plea deal which meant no trials would be necessary. Sounds like good news right. No because that sucks the three entered into an l. fort alford plea that kind of plea deal would mean they would plead guilty goddamn it while still maintaining their innocence after all was said and done the judge sentenced the three to the time they served which was a total of eighteen years and seventy eight days hoy focke additionally there were given ten years of probation stipulating that if they committed any crimes during that time they could be sent back to prison for twenty one years horribly though as part of the plea deal the men were and are unable to pursue any legal action against the state for wrongful imprisonment. God the west memphis. Three were finally released but not fully exonerated at some of the convictions. Still stand but the legal team said they would continue to fight for full exoneration as they do to this day fuck. That was a fog. Despite the release of the men known as the west memphis three the murders remain unsolved and the three men may never receive compensation for false imprisonment nor be cleared for the crimes. And this is why as of july of twenty twenty one last Last last month after damien echols lawyers requested access to crime scene evidence for new. dna testing. They were told that physical evidence for three victims have been loss misplaced or destroyed by fire. Of course it had. According to jason baldwin's attorney quote. We soon found out that the evidence the west memphis police department gathered was in complete disarray improperly gathered improperly stored and worse crucial evidence that would have proved our clients. Innocence was missing or ignored. Ooh god i feel for all the victims of this case and hope that someday somehow justice will be rightfully served for all involved. God what the fuck and that is the sad and tragic case of the west memphis three. Okay so i'm going to say that. I think i i solved the case of the west memphis three and that the murderer was the stepfather. Piece of shit. Yeah i mean. And i know you're brother-in-law's a cop faulk the police in all these cases that we spoke about today unbelievable the one thing that's going to remember our talk about celebrities. There are a lot of celebrities that stood up for them. Could some of the biggest ones were eddie vedder from pearl. Jonah who actually recorded a song with a damian nicole good and the other one was natalie maynes from the chicks precisely out as the dixie chicks. Yeah good. I hope that. Maybe they raised money. I'm gonna donate because holy shit. See where they are today. It's awful again. I got very emotional. But i fucking believe in this and i am so angry about this because they didn't know any of this before they don't deserve it There are three documentaries about them all three of them are streaming on. Hbo max If you want to get more pissed off oh god. Oh that's awful awful that's might like my biggest fear in in the world is being accused of a crime. Yeah of didn't commit. And just having to go to bill hook and you know you're so desperate to get prison you'll sign anything and they have to sign that bullshit like oh i'm gonna plead guilty and i'm never gonna challenge this case or blah blah blah blah. Just because so they wouldn't have to be imprisoned while not only that imagine how much compensation they would get for eighteen years in prison. No that's true. that's true. State is different but it's like thousands per year. Told you eat my deviled. Ham spread made me feel better. I told you get angry. It was oh angry children. Okay so believer skeptic all right. so for debunk. yup. I actually this is. It was so much fun with this post. Okay i'm changing ears. Uplift that again. This has been an amazing episode. But yeah i've been hard hard. And that's i'm going to screaming wells because at least it's lighter. I talked to so many people. And i talked to an older guy. There who used to be the sheriff. He actually reached out to me on facebook. Messenger started messaging. And i learned so much so the screams there were actually like record. You could hear the screams. The noise was made and this is what he said by the pump. Jacks when the packing was dry and tight on the polish rods. We got up and down motion making a so. The squeaky wheel didn't get the grease okay. Your impression of the squeaky wheel fucking and it was always a different well. And that's why it sounded like it would come from different places because they wrote the operating. Well fuck fucking new good guests. That was very good. You've nailed it now. The tunes the concrete tombs. They were just old cement pads for big gas engines so the people completely saw them and blue things out of proportion and he said i used to be a deputy that made sure kids had a safe ride home from parties out there because of course people would party out there now as far as the all the rituals and stuff. I will say that kids in these small towns and i was one of them would do anything for distraction. We've talked about in past episodes down here the cloud house. I could totally thousand see these small town killing board. Go out to the screaming. Wells put on a few robes wholesome. Flashlights dance in a circle and hope that people come and see you in screaming freak out and let me add onto your debunk. There is that when these stories start perpetuating People start just fucking with other people just because they know that they're gonna get all freaked out and show you they want to instill fear and other people laugh about it and they might see a naturally dead dog roadkill on the side of the road but when they tell their friend it's i saw. This dog sacrificed out there or something. Yeah i couldn't find anything. Might but i remember specifically there's these hills like maybe a mile from my house that they would always say that stuff would happen back there in the hill so never go. After the sun goes down moaning hills hills me all right time for believer again. Let me preface this by saying i will be quoting an opinion piece for From boston university by peter blake a lot as i really agree with pretty much everything he says. Okay as always are references are available on our website. So if you wanna know where we got information from go to our website So if you haven't figured it already. I do think that the satanic panic was a total scapegoat and frankly utter fucking bullshit. Oh okay. but i'm the believer here and i'll explain as to why people believe that it's real but let me ask you this. You believe that demons and the devil exists. But i don't believe these crimes are committed because of ritualistic stuff go. Yeah it all it all comes down to trust blake says quote they satanic panic died out because the courts found no evidence and the media eventually stopped covering the rumors. People trusted the courts and media enough to change your beliefs but today virtually all institutions are with suspicion unquote. At the time when we didn't have the internet or more specifically social media many people came to trust and media as their only source of news in a Quote now anyone has the potential to start a viral rumor or pass on false information to a wide social network. Social media provides the oxygen that conspiracies need to thrive unquote but back in the seventies eight hundred people were coerced into believing false narratives with With leading or rather misleading questions and by word of mouth you know additionally quote simply reading about falsehoods even when nothing. Even when noting that they are false can make this information seemed true unquote. Oh yeah absolutely. Secondly when a group of people trump supporters start believing in something collectively whether or not it can it can to that group of people seem absolutely true. Absolutely that is why the satanic panic existed in the past and that is why q. on exists today interesting as blake puts a quote. Psychology may never find a way to change the minds of a group of believers. Instead we may need to do the hard work of talking to one human at a time unquote interesting. And as i often say question everything you know including authority got nice while done. Well that was that was that was insane zad and crazy and wow well let me chris. Do you have anything that you may share. That might uplift us a little bit. There's still hope still. Oh really. that's not for mike not for my case. Now it's not even though you're sorry to mislead you but Yeah we have stories are in our inbox but i want it to end the upset with a little uplifting uplifting us. The story comes from two thousand seventeen in nineteen ninety-two dane and friend keller. At the time were daycare operators in austin texas who were put in prison for alleged satanic ritual abuse involving their clients after serving twenty two years in prison. They were released in two thousand thirteen. After a lot of investigative work by journalists and lawyers alike. The couple had not seen each other over twenty years. Wow in june of the same year. Their case was dismissed after being declared innocent four years following their release. They were awarded three point. Four million dollars or eighty thousand dollars for each year served from a state fund for false imprisonment. Although no amount of money will ever make up for the years of trauma that the couple has endured as friend keller stated it means we will actually be free. Wow my god. i know. it's a lot to take crazy. We hear sirens in the background. Now that goes on that was a good opening to our fifth season I think i will to our. I think we did some really good investigative work on this. This was this turned into something like you know. Sometimes you start something and what you've finish feels almost otherworldly like so much different than what you thought you had in your brain when you began and this felt like one of those episodes like definitely going to be one of our top five episodes of all time. I'm super proud of this super proud of us for doing four years. Yeah hundred episode number eight hundred right here hundred right here and we kind of went above and beyond for this episode without even realizing that we were going to absolutely so that being said thank you for returning tillerson to us. I hope you guys enjoyed that as heavy as it was We will have some lighter topics coming where we have some one in particular guest. That's gonna come on the show in september. We will talk about it now because we want it to be surprised. But it's fucking exciting. Awesome if you didn't see our social media posts we have been. We have been nominated for the first annual Paranormal podcast awards through paranoid malady. Mag or paranoia magazine Volt us please. We are up there with some really big big guys and we are happy to be alongside. Those just being nominated is huge and being. Yeah i know that sounds cliche. But it's true because you know after four years. We didn't think we'd be here so this is where we are so please go for us. The link will be in our show notes and if as always you can find a everywhere by searching bs. Pod p. h. x. on your pod catchers And if you have any stories stories about the satanic panic or oak occult stories pleased than those. Tony awesome b. s. p. o. d. p. h. x. at g. dot com awesome. And my book. The gay teens guide to defeating siren always mentioned as always on amazon. I'm working on my fourth novel. right now. standalone in it. The first draft is almost done so if you want something uplifting literature do that do that So who. I encourage everyone to go in. Just if you researched this look this up. Look up this panic panic it was. It was a weirdly crazy ish time like it was. It was our normal. So i wasn't like at kid there every few years or even decades. There's some kind of scare that comes up like yes now. Assume that being said everybody again. Thank you for listening but most of all take care of yourselves to be saved get vaccinated. Please oh please please do that. And without by.

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Dead Set Episode 1

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

1:30:32 hr | 1 year ago

Dead Set Episode 1

"The. Hey everybody. This is Diane and welcome back to biters and thank God marshmallows. Commuters. Short. This is more. And how was your twenty twenty been? This is like our millions attempt to record this tonight. So Yeah, my twenty, twenty kind of suck it and how about you? Yeah. So like we've been at this for like an hour and ten minutes. Oh my God. You're right. It hasn't been that long. Actually. or so it's been an hour. So say, yeah, for the ten minutes we talked, and then we only tried to actually record for a half an hour after you know, we actually only lost half an hour recording. So. Yeah that that sort of sums up. Our Day. Not are two months but our day. A we'll some of the two months trust me. Okay. So my favorite thing was. Like two weeks ago when I met with my therapist, I, actually posted on my facebook. A Nego Toya's from princess bride that part where he goes. Let me explain no, there's no time. Limit Them Up. I. Was Like oh My best fit it all to an hour. So I am meeting with my therapist tomorrow and we've done everything over video chat since the whole started I mean even before that because it's kind of hard for me to get an anchorage. I was going to say when I say meet my therapist I mean zoom. And I was like, Oh my God. I have so much to tell you but I'll save it for tomorrow but oh my God I have so much telling you. Because I was confirming with heard that we still do have an appointment for tomorrow. She usually sends out reminders and she didn't. Probably because you're twenty, twenty, seven crazy. I you know I can't honestly say that hers has socked. Actually. Think it Kinda House now that I think about it. Everyone says, yeah. All well, we're here to record about deadset and we're GONNA try to talk about it again. I think we should be a little bit more organized this time. 'cause you know we haven't podcast. You didn't like two months. So we had a practice run for half an hour. There you go. I was looking on the bright side. Yeah. I was actually looking at our last recording was on June seventeenth and it was about the cured. A trait which was a great movie. Yes So. Yeah. It's been a little over two months since our last recording. And then fill. Actually, did the July fourth recording about the Nagin one off that Kirkman released during that week through whom which I have to say shoved in a box somewhere and I still haven't had a chance to read it. So, not spoil it for me because I haven't was Louisville Wolf yet either. Neither. Have I I have not sought out any it pretty much anything walking dead related right before we started our first attempt upon counting tonight he said that there was a fear the walking dead trailer out and I have to say I have I have been apart from the walking dead world for a couple of months now forgotten. But. And I am going to say that Ginny is in the trailer which was intensely disappointing to me. And she had humanized they weren't. Right. I'm not convinced that Morgan Zombie is either just horribly shot, which is consistent with being brutally beaten. Right, I mean it could be a nightmare sequence. Anyway you know a just eat never know what they're gonNA throw it. You Oh yeah has totally the nightmare sequence can we season five please? It was all a dream. Within A. Dream within a horrible pandemic. Kinda like regarding to wake up January, first owning anyone like was that all dream. Okay speaking of twenty twenty one I have to say I am incredibly disappointed. So. I'm not disappointed that they canceled I totally understand that I'm disappointed that they said Oh by the way we've now applied your. Con- fees to the September. Twenty twenty one. Khan, and if you can't make it to that, then you can use them as a credit toward any other cons that we host. Yeah. Yeah. That was not well played because my understanding was they were going to do refunds if they ended up having to cancel. Ditto on Alaska Airlines so. Yeah I I was told the basically few have to cancel basically for any reason, but it'll probably be cove it. Will. Do. Whatever you want. We'll refund will re book will. Credit you towards future travel whatever you want, and you know I mean I. Got I got credit towards future travel which have to us by April of next year. So signed. On Fan Democ if we, end up going. nope. Are Two words that I want to say about that and one begins with full. God. You're live on Channel Four, but he's not somewhere. A All right. Yes. So back to dead said. So I surprised you by suggesting that perhaps we needed to have a rating but now I suspect operating I do have a rating. First or do you want me to do mine? I do yours first because here's is actually better I had to come up with on the fly. Okay. So mine is four nicorettes out of five, and as I said the last time we attempted to record this. If you WANNA know why that's my reading, you have to watch the first episode if you haven't already. And then over my rating, which which is four point five toe bones. Do. Toes even have bones Jessica I. can't even remember what that Bimbos name is but that is so actually it was PIPPA it was. But yeah she. and. She was talking to Grayson. No. God I can't remember his real name because they call him Gholam. Joplin. Yes joplin. Yes Yep He is kind of a them. And so that is that is something that big brother does if you're not a fan of the show, one of the things that they do is they put in all of these like cutesy feces, little twenty something kids, and then they put in like one or two lake blue hairs like basically anyone over forty, which I'm over forty, I can see that now. Oh my God. So that was Joplin. That's Joplin's up there. Yes. They do because generally people ever you know and more advanced age like to go to bed earlier, we don't like to stay up all night and party and Giggle and Blah Blah. Blah we like our sleep. We need our sleep and so they throw in a couple of chromosomes just to shake things up and what's funny is there's been quite a few of them who have one. Oh that's funny. But yeah now were you telling me or somebody else telling me or no? Actually my tattoo artists was telling me yesterday because I started up the I have started grand cover up of the matchy matchy Tau to. We'll get into that. She was telling me that she's really into naked and afraid. And Yeah Mike said that you don't even win anything. No. It's basically bragging rights. Do you win anything on? Big Brother. Yes. On Big Brother. On regular big brother. It was usually like between one hundred and I think the big one was like five, hundred, thousand or something, and then celebrity big brother. The celebrities get paid a fee and they're quote unquote winnings go to their favorite charity Oh. That's cool. Yeah. Yeah. And when I say celebrity I mean I I have to have to make a big admit rate here NC. The reason why I started watching Big Brother UK is actually started watching celebrity big brother UK and it was because of American train wreck Courtney Snowden. Who I am both horrified and fascinated with at the same time she was on celebrity Big Brother UK, and I started watching it would have been season eleven for CB and. which then I started watching regular big brother UK, which I think was in season fifteen. It was a super controversial controversial season to. The, the winner was a just a horrible person. Yeah. She went by. She went by the slimmest margins of any other winner in the Big Brother House Helen Woods and they actually. They kind of. British, television kind of has a kind of an FCC type thing that we have that you can call and complain about nudity you're swearing or violence or anything objectionable, and they got so many complaints that season about her out and out bullying on the show that. Nearly shut the show down I. Mean they nearly had to stop filming. Like he was almost pulled from the show. They almost pulled the show at yet. So I have to laugh as you are so much more into reality TV than. I am this like this is like the most shameful because I think you are. Now we're talking. Like for multiple seasons, because what they do is they would run. And when you when? You say they they. I. Think they ended in their nineteenth season of big brother. There would be two shows a year for big brother and I, think one celebrity big brother and they would run these back to back. So what they would do is They would have usually and I'll start with the celebrity big brother because what they would do they would have. They'd have one and the house gets totally revamped like they completely like demolish the inside and make new bedrooms and bathroom and kitchen, and all these kinds of things they totally reset the thing. And then they send in the housemates and then. The regular big brother series. Towards the end there they were running three months like those, the person who is in the House that the finalists would be in there for like eighty to ninety days not even joking. And you said it's like nightly five to six nights a week which just examine insane amount of time to invest in anything. And they have a big brothers that on the side. which is an after show talking dead and so. Two our. and I think you you would get one night off it was either Saturday or Sunday, and I can't remember which one because the show has been off the air for two years now and I have the memory of a goldfish. Except when it comes to really really useless things like big brother. So then they after the you know the series would end and then lake like less than a week. Later, they would have another set of housemates go in and it was usually like big brother and celebrity big brother and then big brother again, and then they demolished the inside of the house, Redo it, and start all over and so this is like basically a big brother. Widow almost run year round, and so for Lake three four years this was a huge commitment to watch this But I'm I'm absolutely fascinated with eight a giant social experiment and I will say at the end of the series it was a lot more contrived than they beginning series was because I did go back and watch a couple of seasons of the early stuff and. It just like. What was the MTV series? Where they put all the kids in the House Real world real world just like real world in the beginning. These were real people that lake had real personalities and just kinda wanted this experience or whatever, and towards the end of it, it was basically the you had like the totally annoying person the totally vapid person the completely Siri, you had all these archetypes that they would find the absolute biggest characters that would audition and made themselves for television and they would throw them all in together and. You know it was still funny and entertaining. An- and a lot of times pathetic. But it you know it's. It's kind of a statement on society so I don't know. It's it's my big shame television watching. I I'm sure I must have some guilty pleasure pleasure watching. I'm not sure whether it is I will admit that until. Oh. For years ago Kid Rock was a guilty pleasure for me but not anymore. Oh. Man. Yeah. This is a total guilty pleasure for me and like I said a big investment. Yeah. Alright. So numbers for dead said. I episode one point four, seven, million viewers I'm not sure if that is like all in one day like the day of release or if it's overall but pretty respectable and when we were recording earlier and you knew this I thought this was kind of a cool piece of Trivia. So it is dead set is a production of a company called Zappa Tron, which is actually a part of end mall, which we decided was more of a drug name than a production company. Which is the group that produces and distributes the actual big brother. Yes, it was channel four the original airing of big brother for think until like twenty eleven. Aired. Channel Four and aired on Channel Five, which in the US that really doesn't mean anything to us but apparently, they are competing networks. So yeah, I started watching it was on channel five. So I don't quite get as much out of it. With Davina McCall being the host of big brother as I would have I mean I like I said, it did go back and watch a couple of the earlier series just because of some of the controversy that happened in the earlier series. But. and. So for people who haven't watched it who haven't watched deadset Davina McCall actually plays herself as the host of big brother on dead set. Now they even got Marcus. Bentley I was in the ask you if the reiter actually went with big brother over to channel five. Yes Mark Mark van has been the narrator throughout yes. He has a very distinctive voice of Madden changed. He is actually the narrator in dead set as well Yup Yup. There were quite a few celebs, minor celeb- cameos in in the series, deadset and we were talking we were talking about Charley, Booker, Brooker being one of them who was the writer and producer of debt set. The some of the the cameos where people who have actually appeared in big brother as contestants. Right. So when debt set was filmed, it was actually filmed jeering one of the times where the house had housemates in it and the scenes where PIPPA GETS VIC did. They were actually doing an addiction that night of one of the actual housemates and so all of the people, the fans that you see in the set of big brother our actual fans who came to see the eviction for the real housemate getting addicted, and then the Kinda behind the scenes in the green room type thing all of those people that were there were actually former housemates for season nine. Now I have to ask you like. I'm sorry we're all over the map everybody, but here we are. That's what I say about twenty twenty now but here we are. So. Are the fans as crazy in actuality as they were like you know showing them outside of the studio and been like loud and Raucous and holding up signs and short answer. Yes. Long Answer. By. The end of big brothers run, they had more security than Buckingham Palace. I'm not even joking it's an actual fact you can look it up. So, far they had crazy fans woodlake. Fly. Drones over the house in Borehamwood because they built this big set house and it's like way out in Borehamwood and you know it's a little bit of a drive. As you kind of see in dead set you have to kind of you know take a drive to get there because they wanted it to be. You know very away from you know they didn't want you to be able to hear anything from. The House or they're there to have a lot of people around well peopled actually fly drones over the House and drop stuff like notes and things like that or they had people that tried to break into the house. There was a couple of times where there were some successful break ins of fans to the house they even put netting over the top so that nothing can be dropped on it. They had people rent. Planes to fly over with the banners behind I. Mean it was just it. It became a no fly zone. It's just it's bonkers how big the series was in the UK, which is probably why I love it because it's like an entirely different universe it is I, totally don't get it. Oh Yeah and like I think that I get more out of debt set than you do and we'll get into that I. think you do but that's okay. So you ask me if I knew Charlie Brooker the writer and Creator from anything else right and I said not until I looked up and he actually is the creator and show runner of Black Mirror which I know you love I have not gotten into it I. Know You love it. I love it because it's It's so like twilight zony like statement on society and it has no happy ending I, kind of like the whole it doesn't have a happy ending type thing and I mean. Good Lord, if that's not twenty, twenty, one and. I know. And that's part of the joke is like when is the next episode wins the next? Season of Black Mirror coming out and it's like we're living in it. But Yeah I actually didn't know. Because I watch deadset a number of years ago when I was still watching big brother when it was on So actually didn't know until we watched it and I looked up the show and saw at Charlie Brooker. was actually dead set was sort of the before the black. Mirror black. Mayor. Well I didn't know. I. Didn't know it was so cool. He also apparently as a social critic who gets regular columns in the Guardian. Yes. Yes. He has a lot to say about media social media Internet, and then we'll get into that with the progression of this series, right? Yes A. Like I said I know wonder why? Like the show so much. I love black. Mirror because there are a ton of sort of social commentaries on just everything the further you get into the deadset series. You'll start to see those archetypes breakdown and become more real when they don't think the cameras on them and so like we in this first episode received Patrick, who is the? ski driven producer who just wants ratings and you know as a total perv and everything but you'll you'll. He'll take a different tone soon. Oh and that would be dexter. We'll talk more about how dexterous with Markelle instead of with me. Yep. Say. You'll see you'll see a lot of social commentary come through as you watched the episode. So we'll get more into that the further we go into the series. You. Know again I'm willing to give it a chance so. It's not all big brother I mean you. We start to get to the real Zombie stuff in further episodes. I. I'm in it for the long haul. All, right. So our director and you didn't realize this. I pointed this out to you know I audibly gasped last time. So the director is Yan demand. On demand I'm not sure if I'm saying it a horribly badly. A fringe Algierian director best known for deadset also got a British Independent Film Award for best director in two thousand fourteen for movie called Seventy one which I may look look for at some point it's about. Belfast in Nineteen, seventy one. So the Northern Ireland conflict. Anyway I happen to be. Director Tonight and he is working on HBO's new series lovecraft country. which is probably GonNa make me have to get. HBO. Max Well, which is making me a little bit crazy because I was ranting at you earlier that I already pay for HBO through Amazon. If I have to buy HBO Max, I'm going to be really really mad. And I really do want to see it. So I may just buy one off thing like I did a turnover before I was started paying for You know before I start paying for another streaming streaming service. Yeah. Yep. I totally get it. So our featured cast member her. Is Jaime winstone. That's how we decided. We're saying it. There's on the end. So we decided we're saying stone instead of stunned. Right. And she actually plays probably at this point, the only redeeming character The only character that like the only time interested in at this point, you assure me that gets better. It does I. Think she'll be she'll be our protagonist throughout the entire series. So I think she'll probably remain your favorite, but they'll be a few that kind of like you're like, okay maybe they're not so horrid. I'm thinking Patrick is not going to be one of them. He remains a horrid but he breaks down quite event. He's. Mighty But so Jamie, the only thing that I know her from is dead set because I was not interested in watching the twenty eight Tomb Raider Remake Jackson. We clarified the thought is not the two thousand one Angelina. Jolie it is the two thousand eighteen remake, right Just yeah. It didn't look interesting. I the other half even started playing it. And I got like half an hour and I was like. I'm going to go in the other room watch something else man. Man and you are serious TV and movie watcher. So if you're giving up, it's not good. Yeah. I mean if it wasn't even just like that, I didn't even try I tried and at this is someone who got through the entire two hours of Solaris and was like I want that to hours back of my life and I couldn't get through the new tomb. Raider. So. but Jamie isn't a couple of. Movies. That I think I might actually seek out and we were laughing at earlier at the name of one of them called Donkey Punch rife tone inappropriate. We named no relations of whatsoever to the plot that you told me right So the plot of it actually is After meeting at a nightclub in a Mediterranean resort seven young adults decide to continue partying aboard a luxury yacht in the middle of the ocean. But when one of them dies in a freak accident, the others argue about what to do, which leads to a ruthless fight for survival, which completely reminded me of season one of your, the walking dead. It takes place on a yacht in middle of the ocean and people die at got to see it. Was the in season one or wasn't it season to? What it was, you have to go back and watch pure the walking dead. No. Just don't make me watch season five. I will watch seasons one before over and over and over and over and over again. Well Season One and two I think we're we're the really good ones. Yeah Madison. I after. What's her ginny? I will bite my tongue on Madison forevermore. Odd. New. Trailer. Listen this podcast said last time we tried to podcast I can't remember, but it just horrified me right Away eating a Bagel and drinking wine. So I'm having a fabulous culinary time right now. Of it sounds delicious. Twenty twenty gave me high triglycerides so I have to go on a diet. Can Get a treadmill. So the other movie that I kind of want to seek out is. A based on a true story made in Dagenham and I'm probably slaughtering that It's a dramatization of the nine hundred, Sixty, eight strike at the Ford. Dagenham. Car Plant where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination and so she looks like she plays a pretty prominent role in that movie and I just it's right up my alley. So I kinda WANNA see it. We have to do that for the real housewives because I have not given up on that podcast. No I have not because I really really would like to do a couple of movies for that podcast and we totally Oh the hate you give to Lilith. Absolutely. So yeah, die. uncovered. Oliver podcasting stop and she's in a new podcast central. So. Hopefully, this is the start of. something. Good. Yeah. The second half of my life, right. So I am looking at my walking dead season three poster I'm looking at my Kirk Manley original prints I am looking at my picture of Rick Writing into Atlanta Horse And I'm looking at the don't make me throw a punch you card that you sent to me. You're. GonNa have to send me a picture of that because I do not remember sending that you but that is hilarious and I have yet to get Zombie like decision tree. That you sent me framed. But by are three things I'm going to get framed and that's one of them so. Yeah I need to get mine frame to I'm. I've started to actually turn the spare bedroom into an actual office office like I hung things on the wall and made better lighting and things like that. So 'cause. Yeah. We even after coronavirus I think we're in this telecommuting thing for the long haul which I absolutely love I I love having the option to go into my office but I also liked it because Alaska's so spread out like if I wanted to go meet with my anchorage colleagues, it's like a two hour plane ride. So I'm not GONNA do that. So the now that everyone's gotten a little more proficient in screen sharing and telecommuting and things like that that meetings are so much more productive now that we can. All run those things ourselves and yeah. I like it. We'll talk a little bit more about lighting. Okay. What else you have to tell us about Jamie? So there's really not much more on hers. Of, stuff that I found on wikipedia. Okay. Go right ahead. Okay. So she has been in several films and series we Kinda talk about that. Interestingly, enough a series with her dad. Ask Her dad's name is Ray winstone and they were in a serious together called murder investigation. Team. Pretty Utilitarian name if you ask me. She sings backup in her sister's band. She had her modelling debut in two thousand eight the same year that this series came out. And she has three items in post production in two movies one called Brixton tail and one called Knuckledusters, and then a series called the barking murders which sounds right up our alley. well, she is a huge pussy riot fan. So if that tells you anything about her UK politics or politics in the world at large I love her twit twitter buyer it says born and bred London actress Ferry Raver Lever. Sister. I, like that. Very. Much. All right. So that's all. That's the only the small stuff I had a stone. Yeah. So she's J. Winstone at stone on. Twitter she she's got a lot of really cool looking pictures on her instagram And she is at Jaime winstone on Instagram and that's J I m e. And winstone with an ease the end very. Very. Like just some really really cool pictures And there's one I think it's her it's one of her pregnant and she's like wearing a she's naked wearing a I stole. On her instagram, it's really really cool. So Oh, my goodness. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's a whole bunch of others but just go check her out on her social media platforms. She looks really fun. Very good well, I like her so far I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with this character. Oh, just you. All right. So whispers corner I don't have a heck of a lot which is kind of surprising considering how long we've been on hiatus. Well. I mean there just hasn't been that much I think when we did Tuck two months ago we there was already an air date for the season finale. I am was I think you posted it after we talked last time. So the air date for season ten episode sixteen is October. Fourth? and. It is immediately followed by the premiere of the world beyond fear premiers on October eleventh. Sign assuming what they'll do as they'll run the episode of fear and then run the next episode of the world. Beyond. Right. So expect Republican have back to back walking dead and it'll be interesting to see what happens with talking. Because, you know he he really had stopped doing fear but I wonder if he'll do anything since they're doing fear and world beyond combined, right? So. I don't know. and. So can we actually call it the season finale anymore since they extended season ten and delayed season eleven right. So the other thing is they're six more episodes in season ten. They really should have just said that. Okay. This is the season finale of season ten, and then we're GONNA do an abbreviated season eleven and season twelve will be the season eleven. You know like that's weird that they just were like, no, we're GONNA we're. GonNa have a season finale, and then we're going to have six more episodes. Okay, and so here's the question that I have for you. Do you think the six more episodes for season ten are actually season eleven material or do you think it's going to be a whole bunch of cutting room floor stuff from season ten? I WANNA say both like yeah I don't know that they'll have enough cutting room floor stuff. In sequence to actually populate six episodes but I don't think they had enough season eleven and the can to actually making more story. Yeah. So. I don't know. You know we'll find out in early twenty, twenty one unless we end up getting shut down again. Oh, man you know I would actually this little bit of a tangent I was talking to my massage therapist. I finally got massage after not having one since February going from having one like. Twice a month to to like none I finally was like okay like first world problems I gotta have a massage. So my regular, my my chiropractors office, my regular massage therapists has had a baby and so she was not doing massage and the other massage therapists. The office actually got exposed to cove Ed and so she was staying home, and so I had such therapists who practice at the Cairo before, and thankfully I had an established relationship with her and she took me back in as a client. And we were talking about the after effects of covid. And I was like you know just even the way because our our theater just reopened here in Juneau and I think AMC theaters. Nationwide reopened with you know some social distancing policy like every other row, which let me tell you the whole like were premiering the new. Russell. Crowe Movie Our first first movie I'm like no you know I would totally sign up for wonder woman and I probably will go to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four comes to the theater but. You. Know Russell I love you and gladiator your fricken amazing. But no, that's not what would hallway back to the theater and a pandemic? No. No. But so not only has the way we view things. Changed. But if you watch anything now and you see like a crowded restaurant or a bar or just people without masks in public, you're like Oh yeah that was pre covid like. I can't imagine what movies I mean. Of course in our make make believe world of the walking dead things aren't really going to change much. I. Don't think they're going to be wearing masks very much or social distancing 'cause cove is not a thing there everyone's already infected. But In movies going and television going forward like it. We're going to see something completely different than what we've been viewing previously. So I just it's just going to be really interesting going forward. I don't even know what to say. Either I don't either. I don't envy anybody who wants to do the things that you can't do right now like. I. Was an introvert long before it was cool. No I've just got to say all of the if twenty twenty was blank names are just killing me. Twenty, twenty was a serial and it's a cereal bowl full of milk and cigarette butts I love it. It's perfect I. One that will have to post it's a street. A, you know to pull with a bunch of street signs on, and there's an Arrow pointing right that says one way and pointing right and then it also has a street signs pointing to the right that says dead end. Street same pointing left that says no parking. Outline. Oh. But I don't envy anybody that like you know wants to go out and socialize at a club or a bar or go to a packed theater or anything like that I just. I like telecommuting and having groceries. That's yeah. I saw the grocery delivery thing I although I, actually am close to a grocery store now that that might happen. I wonder, do they offer pickup? Yeah they do. Okay. Yeah. I'm I'm totally down with the dropping my laundry off and having somebody Clinton folate and have it ready for me. I'm totally down without that works for me. That sounds amazing. It's pretty amazing although I miss having my own Washer and dryer. kind of takes us into the housewives housekeeping. Corner. So I'm going to say number one divorce derails everything. Yeah that's true. So let's see since we last podcast I was informed by my husband of nearly thirty years that we're getting a divorce I have moved out and I now live in a little tiny cabin about thirty minutes away from where I was surrounded by horses and Turkey surrounded by horses and gentleness, and chickens, and miniature. And dogs and I was able to keep three of my dogs and one of my cats the cat has made me insane. Because has unfortunately my bandit passed away I had room in my home for one of your dogs. So I have dexter who is the Barky one and the other housewife has Astor Astor. Doing quite well. Yes a divorce derails everything and then death does because your dad died my dad died. So our mother almost I yes. When we stopped podcasting my rush down to Washington because my dad was hospitalized again if longtime listeners will remember last year may he had an ORC aneurysm and was hospitalized and I had to rush rush down survives nobody survives that he survived that. So of course, rushing down this time it was like. Okay. Is this really it or is this like another miraculous recovery? What was another miraculous recovery? So I came home and after he got out the hospital and I took him to a few follow up appointments and everything and he was home and he was up and around and I mean like you literally could not. We had to like physically keep him off of his forklift in like hundred hundred degree heat. So he was fine. So about three days after that. he went up back in the hospital and the other housewife went down and shortly thereafter she called and my father Diane's father. So Diane's Dad didn't die my dad died. So it would if my dad died it would be. Your Dad will outlive us all because he is a craven Nazi. I can't say the word that I would want to use on the podcast. So there we go looking for like you know eternal life and like stuff like that. So. But. So. My other sister I flew down. We both flew down and we spent about all three of the spend about fifteen hours good hours with my dad and he passed away peacefully. Surrounded by his daughter so the you know like that's why I can talk about it and not cry because it's exactly the end you would want for a family member and. Then less than a week. Later, our mother had a heart attack and which actually got all five of US kids talking on the phone for the first time in how many years more than a decade. Yeah. Yeah that does not ask for very long. But here we are now but Mama's she had two stents put in and she is recovering and I called her hospitalised and told him he was a hero because he kept looking for the heart attacks when other people with not have right so. The signs of heart attack and women is much different than men. She thinks I didn't even have. None, she didn't have do you have any of those and I mean it was one of those things where I think he was just like throwing tests at the wall to see what would stick now she was very brittle diabetic with horrible blood sugars and he did his do due diligence and thank God right right and. I they they had. Sent her home the previous the previous day here now and I think the only reason the kept her this time because her blood sugars were just so astronomically high. So Yeah. So all within about two months for me. My Dog died my dad died my mom had a heart attack and my sister is getting a divorce after thirty years. So our our lives are like country song. Sideways. Yeah. Having it my life has gone sideways. Speaking of country songs. So this segues perfectly annex thing which is there were two albums that were released just for me in two thousand twenty. One is gas lighter by the chicks formerly known as Dickie checks because Oh. My God Natalie Maynes is really angry about her divorce. And the other one is Taylor Swiss folklore because it is heartbreaking and mature, and the sounds are really lush I mean it's It is such a good album and the song. Madwoman. and. The song exile they were both written just for me. That's awesome. I always loved Taylor swift tie. Taylor, Swift van, and here I am almost fifty years old and Taylor swift man. The dixie chicks, I love the dixie chicks when they were the dixie chicks way back when before everyone started burning their albums. For something stupid and. But yeah I mean not a country van i. like the Dixie chicks so I. started to listen to a few of the new songs and it really just didn't resonate with me right now but I probably just was not in the right head space it's because you're not getting divorced after thirty. Yeah. No. No. My my life is a Leonard Cohen Song Yeah The the one where. Your father. Your dog just died. Everybody, knows yeah. That's my life right now. So So Yes, it's twenty twenty has led to tiny house living for me and I have three dogs and one cat. And the cat has moved in from the garage into the house in her old age and she had a four hundred dollar Uti. She crawls all over my head at nights and I'm ready to rattle her. And she hates dogs and smalls tries to lick her and eat her. Times time. And if anybody's in the market for a four hundred dollar cat box, you know we're GONNA hide one actually it was only a hundred dollar cap box shown use it. And gave it. Like self cleaning ones right I gave it to our one of our new medical assistance and her cat immediately started using it and is continuing to use it and I was like. Well, thank God I'm so glad someone's cat is getting some benefit from it because my cat wants the five dollar disposable. Pan from the grocery store. Your cats like I know you will scoop by poop. Again. By the way, there are a few words few choice descriptors that I want to say about the cat that I can't say on the podcast. So Oh, man Oh my Our animals he gotTa love him. Well I'm really glad that I have them because I think I would I mean definitely when you are not even a month into Oh my God, I'm getting divorced and I'm almost fifty. You fluctuate between angry and lonely and betrayed, and glad that it's over and grateful that somebody pulled the trigger and everything in between and. Yeah, I'm just glad I have the animals because they give me some company. Yeah. It's good. And I'm just like all of this not happened at fiscal year end. Like literally my poor boss I I'm just like my dad's saying Oh, my dad's began. My Dad's did my mom's dying. I'm going I'm tankards to get a dog. My sister's getting a divorce. So I you know for someone for for. You know not. Should not travel. I have done a lot of flying into months. Yeah. So. That brings you up to speed on the housewives. kind of I mean I think. So I'm sure there's more I'm sure there will be more I'm not impact and. Let me tell you there is a lot to unpack that just some things out. Yeah I'm glad that my therapist always schedules me with a little extra time because a fifty minute hour just wouldn't do it. I cannot even remember if we if I said this on the last attempt to podcasting by the way we still recording yes, we are I've been county keeping an eye on things because. Yours truly messed up the recording last time I. Think this is right around the time that I said that when I might have it on this podcast. I don't know anymore. I I posted on my facebook about my first appointment with my therapists all of this going down. I was like I had to speed talk on zoom with her because I just had to fit everything in, and so the name that I posted on facebook was the Inigo Montoya from the Princess Bride where he's like, let me explain no, there is no time. Let me sum up. Exactly how I feel about all of this letting there's just no time to explain it all. Oh, my God it's exhausting. Okay. I have a couple of podcast things to say. That are related to other podcasts. So Martha. Southgate. Our very own Martha Southgate from southgate media as in Amazing Partner to Rob Southgate has her own podcast now called broken to brave. And I've only listened to probably the first four or five episodes, it's amazing. It's amazing. It's great. She's wonderful. A highly recommended. Give us a little bit of a summer. It's kind of about how You know I don't WanNA put words in her mouth but she kind of had a bit of a breakdown and how she recovered from that and how she basically was like I'm going to do all of these risky things going to force myself to come back out of my shell and here I go. Oh. My God. That's amazing. It is. It's amazing. and by the way, their deck looks amazing. The other thing that I wanted to say about podcasts is aim for the head I believe tonight or tomorrow night is finishing up there abbreviated cover, not their abbreviated coverage but their departure from the world of the walking dead because we're all on hades right now, they're covering the outsider. Amazing. So Actually, I need to go back and listen to their podcasts now and listen to the coverage of the outsider because I really enjoyed it. I need I. So they've finally I finished my rewatch of. The handmaid's tale because I really needed more dystopia. In. My Life I don't have quite enough that like I said I read the book thirty years ago I couldn't handle the I mean I tried watching the series and it's really well done and I just couldn't go. Mount season for US coming out soon, and like I said I just can't get enough DYSTOPIA, fascist? Society. I started watching a show called Elliot's finest with Gabrielle. Union and. Jessica. Who I absolutely love and now I I'm inspired to go rewatch dark angel but I really really really need to watch the outsiders because everyone keeps bugging me about it. It was a great movie or a great series I really enjoyed it. It's just it's going to be one of those that I have to put my phone down and. You have to pay attention because it's a very intricate. So, like. One of the ways that I've ever watched. handmaid's tale is because it's something I've seen before and I can do something else while I was doing it. So I'm kind of redoing my bathrooms and like I painted the cupboards and I did that like faux finish on the top and everything and yesterday I went and pulled the trigger and I bought new flooring and new toilets and New Light. Fixture so. Yeah, I won't be watching the outsiders while I'm. reviewing my bathroom. That's the exciting point in my life is new toilet. I I mean, I'm. Wondering how to use a level. Some assembly required. Some assembly required and I've gotta tell you I got online to me today and I almost bought that waiver. Shelf that I was talking about. That I was not going to do because there was some assembly required and then I realize that they charge sixty dollars shipping to Alaska. Slight. Oh hell to the no. Yup. Yup. That's that's what keeps me off of wayfair otherwise, I wouldn't on half of the sites. Yeah, some assembly required stars not recommend. Alright. Are Real housewives podcast that and not have it like maybe be a reflection of what the podcast will. Your stars not. So I I did buy that shirt I. Think I told You I bought that shirt. So. Manella has been like you know repeatedly saying, twenty, two, hundred, Zero Stars do not recommend. Very bad do not recommend and. It's really hilarious and then of course, because Alexa and Siri listen to everything. It started showing up in my facebook feed and I was like, God I'm GonNa end up with the best t-shirt shirt collection of two, thousand twenty because there's another one that says not today Satan and Satan responds with thank God because I just can't deal with your life right now. So. Yeah. I. Yeah. I'm going to end up with the best teacher collection of two, thousand, twenty anyway I ended up buying the. Zero? Stars. Very bad. Do not recommend because a friend of mine text me and her husband has stage four pancreatic cancer, which is. Very. Bad the. Bad and she said I feel like we're the Yin and Yang of of two thousand twenty. We're both having these horrible losses and I was like Damn, straight and I'm getting you the team shirt hang on. Team teaser that's Awesome Yup. Okay. Alright it. Up. I mean raw only in August were not quite at the end of August. So I'm sure that something horrible is going happen because we've got like three more months left in twenty twenty but here we are, oh I do want to say that I did start covering up my matchy matchy tattoo because a kind of figuring you're going to twenty five years in it was probably pretty safe to get almost matching tattoos. So we both have is really cool Celtic. Turtles. Done when we were in Hawaii about five years ago, and then this all happen and I was like along Gimmick Herbert up and he looks at me and simple cover moines open I said that's fine but I'm not looking at this for the rest of my life. So so I'm getting sued another Sandman Tattoo which by the way, the production that audible release of sand man is amazing. If you do audible if you've ever thought about doing an audio book, if you have an audible credits totally by it, it's amazing. I understanding that right now by understanding is that the the? Production of American gods also quite amazing. So that's next on my list. Anyway yes. So I'm getting Sandman in his serum ceremonial robe, and Helm I will post a picture to biters because it's pretty amazing. It is and it's going to be better when it covers the TAT. It's pretty close now you can see a little bit through but not much. You didn't want death. You wanted somebody else? No I wanted to death but my tattoo artists said you know here's the deal. There's so much negative space in the death pictures that you're showing me. The jokes don't think it's going to cover a really bright tattoo with really good cover very well at all and I said, well, how about this one and I showed her the Sam men wanted she's like that we can work with. Yeah. So you think like. Death to cover matchy matchy tattoo in divorce is. Apropos, well, you know it's actually apropos to have it be. When he thinks from San Man because todd is my best. He got me hooked on San and he's kind of been coaching me through this whole thing because he went through his horrid divorce ten years ago he's like you know the bottom line does like, oh, death death death is like new beginning for me. You know depth in San is death. Anyway, I will post a picture to biters because it's a very cool tattoo and you know I mean right now. It's about. Three quarters of the way maybe two thirds Louis Don. It looks really good. Yeah. It's going to be amazing. My Gosh. One more thing for whispers corner that I forgot I just pulled it up on my computer. We're never gonNA finish this podcast tonight. Okay, so Norman Rita's and other cast members of the walking dead are participating in a charity event for a charity called the Loveland Foundation, and they support communities of color and a unique and powerful ways. So they are part of this thing called the Loveland Foundation. And you could potentially win a walking dead video call. If you donate. To the Loveland Foundation, just five dollars before August thirty first you are eligible to win zoom call from your favorite walking dead cast member. After the campaign ends twenty, six winners will be chosen one for each cast member listed and it has a picture in this article of like all the different cast members who are participating. I will post that to biters as well. Because I thought that was really cool and people have a little bit of time were they can squeeze in on that. That is very cool. Yeah. I'm taking you would probably choose Narbona Rita's. When. I don't know I might choose Emily Kinney Emily Kenya's one of the people that they've got listed so. I you know I. Don't know. That's a toughie. I you know I'm I'm Darrel Fan. But like their other people that. I love. Equally so. Yeah. I. Yeah not sure that would be my first choice. Not. Any wouldn't be but not sure that he would be. I think Michael Cutlass would be fun. Yeah. Cutlets is pretty funny. Yeah So. Does that take us back to set. I'd take this to our goods, bads uglies, which I didn't write down between our I failed attempts to podcast and this attempts so You can go first. So my a and. This is probably we're probably gonNA talk a whole whole lot more about ourselves this episode and not to show because there wasn't a whole lot in the show. This is really a setup. I mean, you start on day sixty four. So, like the fake audience of Big Brother has gotten to know these housemates we don't we came in completely blind two months in. But just the little bits that we have seen the big brother cast our household, the the housemates. Completely spot on for the archetypes that they put in the House you've got the. I forget what they called the blonde check something about her her bra or something Wonderbra or something like that, and then the. What had Patrick say the northern bird. which was Because she Scott was just PIPPA Yup? and. You have the older guy and I'll. I can't remember what the the older black woman's name is but like there's always these arcs space, there was the the the young guy who was kind of. Like kind of modern hippyish I guess there's always just these these characters that they put in the house and you know thousands of people auditioned for these roles and so. On the the show dead set for big brother. These were absolutely perfect. Perfect Lake. Matches further, things that I have seen on Big Brother UK, and so as a fan I was in mmediately engaged in the show. So that's I absolutely loved it. I fell completely into the world when they started out and they started out with Marcus's voice day sixty four you know so I that I loved it. So I would have to say my good. Is the. kind of the interplay between. The real and. I don't even want to say the fake more the hyper real setting of. A big brother. because. I. Mean it's so not real sticking all of these people in this house for a reality television. Show. and. So I'm GONNA use kirks favorite word the juxtaposition between like Kelly cal and all of the release naughty pretentious self involved people who are housemates Yup I loved that and thought Oh my gosh. That must be what big brother is really like. It is absolutely what big brother is is really like it's like I said, it started out you know with you know regular kind of people going in the house, and now it's a whole bunch of people who want to be social media influencers and instant celebrities and so you it's just an of course it's all very contrived. Big Brother controls the house in they control. You know what you hear and what you see like what you eat and you have to perform these. Degrading tasks. A lot of times to you know, win next week's shopping budget otherwise you get put on rations. And so it's it is so contrived and to see all of the stuff that goes on behind the scenes to make that you know and. Win Kelly Act goes into the house and they all think that she's a new housemate that real thing like every once in. Awhile. Cost me yet like sixty days in Vail. Just be like the a lot of times what proceed that is a massive action. They'll instead of a victim one person look like three people and then they'll have like two new people come in you know and so it was a very real thing for them to think that she was a new cast mate and this is something that big brother was pulling on them and that it was all contrived and you know they have no idea what's going on in the outside world I. Think it's on Youtube There's actually a really interesting moment in big brother history eighty when nine eleven happened. And the housemates that were in the house at the time had absolutely no idea. The world had gone insane. And so. Big Brother normally, they don't tell them about big events like that. If like us, you know every once in a while like Liza minelli husband ex husband was in the house when Liza Minelli died and he was informed but they are normally not informed of what's going on on the outside world. It's it's completely homogenized and they actually sat them down on the couches and let them watch the footage of the towers and It was just it's. It's just so crazy that like they spend up to three months in this house and they have no idea what's going on in the outside world. So for an outbreak to happen, you know that that's kind of a real thing there was actually There's been teasing. About them bringing big brother back in the pandemic. Well, yeah it just a couple of months before it started. Let's see. Cove, the covid nineteen pandemic, which saw contestants big brother around the world being isolated from the news of the pandemic before being released back into the world under the lockdown drew comparisons with the show dead set. How fine? Big Brother is you know there's still big brother like, Dutch and Canadian and New Zealand and things like that. They're the show is all over the world. and they're still houses going on and people are in these houses and covert heads and they have no idea that this is happening. How crazy would that be? So yeah. The juxtaposition of the real and the contrived real world. Yeah. That's probably a good way to describe it the contrived real world. Yeah. So. Did you have a bad? I did have a bad. So looking at it from your perspective going into this, this would not be as interesting to someone who has these not a fan or has not seen. A big brother series 'cause. You don't you don't get the same things out of it that that someone like I do so I think it would probably be a bit slow right now if you aren't a fan of the show so I think it probably has a bit of a limited audience at least in the US because. big brother wasn't the same here as it was in the UK. And I think that's probably why like the UK version other than like they are they show full nudity and they swear a whole lot and don't believe it. So yeah, I think it's a bit slow if you if you don't know what you're getting into as far as the the game show part of it. Yeah you know. I think I might be enjoying the series more. If I understood the whole culture, it's just not something I'm in into right but it's not bad. I, mean again I'm I'm in it. So you know and it'll be a lot more Zombie Ish. In future episodes. The thing that's so funny I look back over the last ten years and like. I didn't get into the walking dead because it was about zombies I got into it because it was about the way that. Our society unravels. Right. say it was an apocalyptic show not as be show. Yeah. I mean it's just kind of cracks me up I mean people are like well, zombies Blah Blah Blah is an like the zombies are secondary yeah. It is the soap opera. Yeah. Absolutely. Well. My Dad was more about the filming I. Some of the Fast Zombie sequences, which I really am liking fast zombies more and more. On, that some of the. Sequences reminded me a lot of Blair witch. Like that, really shake. For because it wasn't found footage, but it's just that really shaky like nine Cam. Yeah. Yeah. There you go. Yeah and I didn't like that. To, begin with I, mean I never got into blur which it wasn't interesting to me and And I was bombed to have some of the fast be sequences kind of blurred by that. And so that actually will be and kind of a thing that you're not gonna like throughout the series that's going to maintain clean. So Simon Pegg who of course is famous for Shaun of the dead made a commentary about dead set to the Guardian. He generally praised the series, but he expressed dismay that they moved away from the traditional slow zombies of the Romero films and used modern fast zombies. and. The reason they stated Brooker responded that it was due to a variety of reasons including budgetary constraints. The fact that dead set had to differentiate. From Shaun of the dead, which was the popular. Zombie. Movie of the time especially in the UK. And the plot group the infection to travel throughout the entire country quickly in order for it to get to the set so that the producers wouldn't be able to know where evacuate or anything like that. So it was it was sort of a plot device and was also to differentiate itself from Shaun of the dead so. there have been a lot of comparisons made to the the footage There's even a couplet side by sides on Youtube that you can watch where they show footage of dead set and footage of twenty days later and I mean there's even a scene where the takes place. By the light of brake lights. So it's a very red glowing lit fast blurry that kind of thing. And so you you're going to see that a lot going forward just to poor warning. All right well, good to know I mean it's not a type of of cinematography that appeals to me so you know. Did, we say how much the budget was for this? I didn't see numbers for that. I'll I'll have to see if we can find it for the next episode because I feel like this was done kind of on a shoestring budget because I mean they use sets that they use the They didn't quite use the the same house as big brother they built their own, but they did use the the set when there was an eviction night, they use the set that Davina actually does the show on for the night. So and they used a lot of extras they reused. They reset a lot of the extras as different zombies because the contact lenses presume bees were so expensive. Oh my God. So funny. Yeah. So they kind of pulled us off on a shoestring budget. So. I, think. That was that's part of that. So my ugly. I absolutely loved the sequence around Davina getting killed God is now. Too I love that they did it to. ME, Kaz. Grace. Kelly. It's like such an upbeat song and you have all these zombies just tearing through the set ripping people up and then they ripta Venus throat out and she like falls over onto the water cooler and it goes gluck gluck well, and just the way that she played it the way that her limbs were kind of discombobulated and. No and I loved the way that they showed her throat getting down I. Just I love the whole sequence I agree yeah. Yeah. Just and I was like, Oh, my God I know that Song I hadn't heard that song in forever because of course, this two, thousand eight and it was. Grace Kelly by Meka and it just for some reason, it reminds me of Wham I don't know why and I was just like. It just the again juxtaposition of the carnage and the cheery. Perfect. Funny, we have the same favorites. Well. It was a great sequence. It was. So we both have the same ugly. To Rotting Potpourri if you have any. So one of my favorite things I don't think we ever seen this before in Zombie movie or show is did there was a man in a wheelchair who became his Avi and I don't think that we'd ever seen that? Well. So we had the veteran and I want to say season three. Of walking dead who shot himself? who was a below the knee amputee bilateral below the knee amputation but I don't think we've ever. Well, we had zombies in the In the nursing home in the governor sequences well, in season three who were zombies wheelchairs. Okay. Okay. I have not recalled I know but you know I'm obsessed. So you are you are in, of course, if anybody can come up with that, you could. I. Just I thought it was so interesting because it was like you know you we I had never really thought about that or encountered that, and of course, there would be you know people with. All sorts of disabilities that the get bitten intern and of course. Patrick who? Had locked himself into. We call them sauls in the UK, they're called cubicles. And he had to get around this. Ambi- that was in a wheelchair and it was slightly easier. You know especially since they're fast zombies, not slow zombies. He had pushed. I can't remember the production assistance name I think it was carry or something Christie or something he had pushed her out of the you know into the way of Zombie to get a getaway, and then he also pushed the sky and having get around him I. Just I thought that was funny that you know. He was kind of stuck in there with them I do too I mean a patrick is such. A horrible curator is, but I absolutely love and we'll see more of it in the coming episodes that he gets stuck with the the northern bird. You know he he runs and locks himself into the green room with her and you can hear him he says Oh God anybody but you. That's funny. So I talked a little bit about the the. Juxtaposition of reality and hyper reality and the other thing that I really liked was toward the end of this episode, they showed like the partying contestants on one screen and then invading zombies on the other screens. and. I thought that was a really really cool juxtaposition as well. Well, I loved win. Then, the stage where they have all the fans where the outbreak was was currently happening. You know everyone was panicking and Being bitten and trying to run in the background you have the celebrity Big Brother House. You know just as normal and yeah, there was there was a whole lot of juxtaposition in this. even when they were They were monitoring what was currently on Channel Four which was the news, and then what they were going to show and editing their best bits and everything Yes. There was a lot of that I think there's going to be a lot. You'll see a lot of that not quite like that because of course, the cameras are going to go down at some point. They'll be a lot of juxtaposition. A very good. One of the things I we didn't do as a featured cast member but Davina McCall she is actually pretty big over in the UK. If you look her up on. She has got a ton of credits to her name and it's mostly she's appearing as herself and it's because she's the host of something big brother or. I don't WanNa say she was on I'm on she was on I'm a celebrity, but she might have. But she was also. A on big brother's bit on the side, which was the is the after show. She was a guest on there a couple of times. She's hosted a couple of different game shows in fact, morning shows things like that. So I thought it was very, very cool that they got her to actually be in it. It dead set it was very Meta for her to be in it and then to also be Zombie. And doing a little further reading on it. I guess they only got her shooting for one day. Really. Yeah. So she was So you'll actually see her a little in the next couple of episodes I believe but she I actually had to film all of that in one day, and there's actually a couple of scenes where they had to use a standard in So it's you think it's her, but it's not really her because they had to film some extra staff or reform some stuff So I just thought it was very, very cool that they they got something so Meta in there, and of course, you know they were probably able to because it's channel four and they were producing both big brother and deadset so. But seems something like right up her alley that she would want to do anyway. So. Yeah I mean she seemed like somebody who is capable of laughing at herself yeah yeah? And like I said I didn't. I didn't start being a fan when it was on Channel Four I'm the Emma Willis Channel Five years. But yeah. So. There was a lot of stuff that like. If you're a fan of the show like it's funny like when Kelly cell phone rang when she was in the camera runs. That's a thing that actually happens every now and then. and. Like that's how the contestants actually Kinda react is they actually like start mocking the people on the other side of the two way mirror because of course, it's not supposed to happen, but you know it does and so I just little things like that were really funny to me Yeah. I don't have a whole lot just because. I does not. So I was thinking that it was really funny that the morning after. Like the big invasion that. The contestants were talking about how they totally thought. It was big brother messing with them and that they you know that they didn't believe that anything had really happened that it was just big brother messing with them yet. 'cause that's it I mean big. That thing yeah. Yeah. I. There was one I think it was a celebrity big brother. that. They hosted two or three evictions only they weren't actually evicting the contestants the housemates. They were putting them in a separate house that was attached to the main house and letting them watch everything that went on in the main house, and so all these people off the regular housing. The House are still there thought that people were they were a victim, and so they talk crap about him and you know the Nagel and they totally got to see them like backstabbing each other and everything like that. So they got they got the. Outsider's perspective the viewers perspective. And then. You know a surprise they put all three of the people back in and we're like, Hey, they weren't really addicted. You know. Brutal. It was so big brother pulls that kind of stuff all the time and if you notice When? Kelly. Went into the house and the one guys like can I ask you a question how might be being perceived out there my popular they literally asked that people who come in at a late time. The other contestants will be like, how am I? How are they portraying me? Am I am I coming off in a good light? Do the people like me? You know it is so. It's so sick it is. It totally is which is why you can't help but watch the slow motion train wreck. Well, some of US can help of watch this lumers string. But so that you know big brother pulled stuff like that all the time where you know they wouldn't do a up call and like wouldn't let you into the diary room and they would be silent for like a day and they'd they'd like lock you out of the the Pantry you know where all the food is basically and like. It yeah, it's just such a mind trip. And of course, it's all contrived to get a reaction and so they were again talking about that in the where the guys like big brothers just trying to scare us don't don't let them. Win or whatever the girls like what scared which by the way this is the last thing I have written down but market gets exactly what he deserves. The Guy In pink. So I don't know if he actually got bit I can't remember if we see that. He gets pretty messed up. He gets bitten. Okay. Yeah. He gets really messed up. Okay. Yeah. He didn't right away. He died right away but he got really messed up. Okay. Like Excel I'm actually watching this episodically. I have not watched episode to know you said You got halfway through episode three. But I was pretty distracted. So okay. Well I. Know that Angel Got Bitten. She got bit run. which is the older black woman. In the house. So which is not a very nice person either it was fine. So at some point at every big brother at some point in the show, you will find out like. Everybody is not very nice. You know we're suppose is the human condition exactly I mean there are times where you absolutely hate somebody but then you hear like their horrible childhood stories that made them the bully that they are, and they're redeemed for like two episodes, and then you know they're back to being a bully and picking on the person that you are. You know the alike now like. It's just that's the human condition. Their wheel part of reality TV is the viewers reaction. Okay. So next time it's season or episode to. And we really do have to get now that I've got my podcasting equipment uncovered. And I don't have any hair appointments or tattoo appointments here on the next couple of weeks, we should get the real housewives up and running should. Totally down. Her eight well. Are, we still recording that's the question of the hour and a half I was gonna say the Question Hour with questions. Answers probably no no, we are. We actually are. A. Good 'cause it's like ten o'clock and I don't think I can restart again and I don't think I could either on A. Chart I don't think I'm going to chart because I'm really tired. And I'm not I should be. So. Yeah. So we're back. We're back and next time just remember take take it. One. Day. At a time. God have a good you.

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558 - 9/11 Era, Pt. 1: The Pussification of the Western Male (9/14/21)

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558 - 9/11 Era, Pt. 1: The Pussification of the Western Male (9/14/21)

"The today our fellow citizens our way of life our very freedom came under attack and a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist. Acts you make. Iraq has no of costas. They're lying either weather. She with the enemy has that's cleaning actual level level six countries i'll make and his regime will stop at nothing until something on you mr boyce. Same you states. Like these and their terrorist allies constitute an american killed in a deliberate amtrak dot com love. You and i'm sure you don't even sadan idea what you're getting yourself into unbreakable garside seconds day. Sam maverick way built his trade. Step up now get believe it's been twenty years since the world and america changed forever and Nine eleven nine eleven this. Would this'll be part. One of a two part nine eleven twentieth anniversary episode. Where i think Where we're going to do is obviously We've talked about the You know the political rampant geopolitical ramifications of all the the warriors and deceit and lies that gave birth to nine eleven and the war on terrorism. And everything they after it. But i thought for these next two episodes we would do a favor particularly to our our younger listeners. Those of gen z. Who may not remember or may not even have been alive at the time that the world changed forever and we all watched those towers felon tv will not be talking about anything. Lame like oh what you. Oh you mean you were also having a totally normal day until that happened please share no we will be talking about sort of what what a miracle felt like and the ways in which Like our culture politics media movies music. Everything responded to being attacked by terrorists. And i guess. Like i. I i bring this up because you know on the twentieth anniversary We are in treated. Is this happens every year. But i i saw Over the weekend as well we We are in treated often too. You know at a time when we've never been so divided. We are encouraged to remember the way we all felt on nine twelve when the country really came together and i would just like hopefully emphasize over these This this series here that That feeling that we all had was one of absolute insanity just just bloodthirsty rage stupidity ignorance. And i like it. I know. I know it's hard to say now. Post trump postcode. But i think will make a pretty good case that america has never been stupider than it right after nine eleven and just like the years. Just just everything that that that This moment in our culture helped mib midwife into existence. And i think the way to look at is will be going through this and a lot of it seems ridiculous and when i was putting together my outline for everywhere to talk about. I think the thing that struck struck me. The most is how totally inadequate all of these big cultural shifts were and how i mean. They've lasted in ways. That are unexpected but like the full force of the leg. Jingoistic post nine. Eleven cultural moment mostly dissipated in the second bush administration and i. It hasn't really come back since. Or i mean it's come back but in ways that are unexpected and sort of mutated hybrids of that original moment but we all felt the thing. Was everyone really thought. The culture had changed forever. And i think in going through this. We're going to learn that the culture really didn't change at all or did it didn't ways in which the people trying to change. It was not their intention so before we get into that. I think we would be remiss if you not talk about over the weekend. The current nine eleven the current nine eleven anniversary the twentieth anniversary which was marked by all of the former living presidents other than donald trump meeting at ground zero to Speak words give inspirational speeches and remember that moment and the most recent living president. Donald trump doing color commentary on what is essentially bare knuckle. Boxing match that's held in a barge and international waters because it's a can't be sanctioned by any state boxing commission did you guys catch any of the Trump doing color commentary for the vendor holyfield veto belford boxing match vigil holyfield. By the way what does he sixty five years old. Yeah fifty five something like that mentally. He's like well. Yeah you know hick one either. One hundred and ninety years old or newborn lake visit should have been sanctioned to fight much less against the tour. Belfour who was allowed to shoot us synthetic test into his blood again for people don't know vitor belfort was. He was sort of like a prodigy. Ufc champion back in the very early days of the obse had a pretty bad tragedy happen to his sister was kidnapped and killed in brazil in his native brazil He becomes a board again christian and he also get sanctioned to shoot synthetic testosterone into his body called testosterone replacement. Therapy went on quite a run in the early twenty early to mid two thousand ten and then eventually like he got to a real athletic commission and eventually they were like. That doesn't seem like we should let you do that. And then the run ended. But he's back doing what he's doing. I i didn't see if he he comes out to a pretty funny walkout song where it's like the theme from three hundred but himself screaming in portuguese over. It only guy who does something like that but yet now shouldn't have happened but honestly so trump was in the booth with judo santos reserve former yosi heavyweight champion and as you would guess absolutely loved. Jd us j. d. s. is a big strong guy and just well. Yeah it was it was. It was trump and dontrelle. Junior were paid to do color. Commentary for this. Like i mean honestly should not have been licensed boxing match and i have a cold in here from trump. The the fight only lasted about a minute and a half or something that even go one round before he vendor holyfield was knocked was knocked out or the fight was just called during during while it was going on. Trump said they say there is a lot of people watching. I can't imagine why you that was it was don jr. probably was like thinking about this for weeks and weeks like oh. I'm i've learned so much about emma. May i'm friends with all these conservative. Mma fighters now all these boxers. I'm going to show my dad that i'm good at something now. And then they get there and like the only time trump would acknowledge him is when he would like done. Junior would kind of fox. Someone's name up anybody like no. I mean the only color commentator who would be like. Why is anyone watching this crap. He's oh and it's during his favorite week of the year new york fashion week. I didn't see. I didn't get to see the entire thing. I don't know if he referred to new york fashion week at all. I know he's had a lot of opinions on that before. But i gotta say it does feel like. He really wishes in his heart that he was doing color. Commentary at a runway show. That's really does feel like more. What he his heart would want. That's why this was such a good event because it's all like it's a perfect example of the trump world trying to slot him into things they already lake. But it's like that's not really like trump's been involved with them and made before he's attended a lot of uc's he's friends with dana white. He was involved in his own. Mma promotion that in fact michael cohen was the ceo of affliction. That's he wants to be. Donald trump wants to be sitting in a booth above the floor of virgil abl party. And like talking about who's star and who isn't doing commentary for like the met gala or something. Yeah i mean like i just. The contrast could not be more mark though between like the speech that everyone was talking about. How stirring and how moving it was which is of course george w bush deigning to show his face at the nine eleven memorial. I mean one of the chief chief villains of nine eleven i mean. He showed up there and gave speech to that. Like the msnbc said is creaming themselves over because he connected the terrorists to attack the twin towers with the terrorists who attacked congress on one six and just made it. Be like these violent extremists. They don't share many beliefs with the ones that attacked us on nine eleven. But you know there are true. Enemies are at home now in america and he said like this. It that we've lost something as a country. We've lost that. That nine twelve moment i mean and this is coming from a guy who as donald trump himself said in response that george w bush comments the other day Trump was asked about it and he said he shouldn't be lecturing us about anything. The world trade center came down during his watch. Bush led a failed and uninspiring presidency. He shouldn't be lecturing. Anyone and i gotta say when when he's right he's right back this that the goal of this asshole and the fact that like i mean and this is the only thing i would like to underscore with with this series or the absolute goal of anyone pretending to lake george w bush or like or contrast him favorably with donald trump given everything that he did and giving even just nine eleven itself if he had done nothing else in his presidency just the utter and complete breakdown of our national security. And you know you can slot in your reasons for why that happened and you know. Feel free to follow those conclusions anywhere. They may lead you. But the idea that the george w bush's reputation has all but been salvaged largely because of donald trump and now. The capital. Insurrection is is stunning. But there's one other man here who is honestly even more than george w bush mr nine eleven and of course i'm talking about rudy. Giuliani now rudy giuliani. He was america's mayor. We all remember that. But wouldn't you know it. He showed up on this most previous recent nine eleven as well and this is a this is headline in the new york post. You cannot have a friendlier outlet to rudy giuliani. Then the new york post this headline rudy giuliani calls top general and a hole for afghanistan shambles in nine eleven speech. Ex mayor rudy. Giuliani at a nine eleven. Commemoration on saturday. Call the top. Us general an idiot and in a whole imitated queen elizabeth and distance himself from prince andrew. She said you. Wonderful tool timber. Listen and therefore making an honorary knight commander of the royal something other. I turned out a knighthood. Because if you took a nicer you lose your citizenship. I know prince. andrew is very questionable. Now i never went out with him ever never never drink never was a woman or a young girl with him. One time. I met him in my office and one time when we had the party. Right bernie you were there to listen to. It sounded absolutely should face. He was so one year anniversary like he's after he saved. All those lives is he. Is i gotta tell you. Like when he was when he was on top of the world after nine. Eleven when he was on the america's mayor front page of new york times. If you've been able to come back from twenty twenty one and tell him that in twenty years he will be spending all of his time Smoking cigars with names with guys named like garbo primin or whatever the phone for an indictment land and never having been president or like god emperor like he. I guarantee you thought was going to happen. He wouldn't be he would be bumped. I was a. I mean i would be happy. I was like giuliani. Shed drove me insane even as a young boy. It's like it was pretty insane to watch. It was insane to watch him. Go on saturday night. Live and all these liberals like falling over him and demand he'd be mayor for life but like i wish i could go back in time and tell myself like no. This guy is going to be indicted every week for trying to do ukraine with a bunch of guys who looked like all the three stooges mixed together. No i i. It is arm really. I really enjoy this trump stuff you get sick of you know like did nellie or stuff for like the when he would colonel or whatever the fuck you shut up. I've seen enough of this. I can't get enough rudy stuff. It's so gratifying. It's like he is absolutely the least respected man in america. Yeah yeah and. That's what's incredible about. And that's why i wanted to. I wanted to begin this reminiscence with the figure of rudy giuliani. Because there is there is nobody who has done a more just like like monumental one eighty in the level of national public respect than rudy giuliani in the last twenty years. But this is the point that i want to underscore the whole the whole everything. We're talking about here is it. Usually yanni is exactly the same guy. Now as he was on the morning of nine eleven and everything and then like the days months and years followed. He has the exact same person. he's just maybe a little bit sweatier and a little bit more senile but he is like but nothing has really changed at all but like the monumental the cultural and political claim in respect that this guy fucking got unearned by the way because many of the most of the firefighters who died on nine eleven was because of his fucking incompetence. Yeah they didn't like the radios. Didn't fucking work and this is a problem. That bernard kerik didn't fix from the nine hundred ninety three world trade center bombing and he put the emergency response headquarters for city in the fucking trade center. Yes underground the ninety after the ninety. Three world trade center bombing. They had the new new york city. Emergency response command center for disasters and terrorist attacks and things of that nature was all set up and ready to go and they personally made the decision to change the location from you know a secure location to one directly under the twin towers so all of that. Cnn all that news footage of him wandering the streets covered in ash looking like a leader was just purely an accident of his own incompetence and again everything rhymes here. Everything that we're gonna talk about isn't an accident of our own incompetence but like it's so funny like giuliani. Like i said the the monumental shift in going from being probably one of america's greatest heroes and our most respected leaders across party geography race class gender. Whatever to now. Probably the most lampooned buffoonish figure in american history. is is stunning. But he's exactly the same and we can look at a lot of things in our culture that seems to have changed wildly but we are still exactly the same people with exactly the same brains and the exactly same essential programming. And if i don't know if you've gotten dumber or what but it's hard to believe you. We're dumber now than right after nine. Eleven well that the thing is that now. Yes everyone's in idiot but they're all everyone's pursuing their their mind palaces in the digital spear a free to be whatever kind of idiot they want in the waning days of monoculture that that were still existing. At that point there was state mandated idiocy. Like there there was one way to be stupid and you had to be that way you had to be dumb as fuck to be to be able to make a public statement of any kind. Yeah yeah you were unless you for like the first three years after. I wanna say you would be drummed out of public life. unless you're like we need to invade. Lebanon iran iraq syria. It was it was mass hysteria. I think that's a good way of thinking about it. Matt because like we live in we live in a culture now governed by a seemingly infinite number of discrete idiocies whereas after nine eleven the first bush admit the first term of the bush administration. And the don't the war on terror. We were ruled by one. Mega monolithic idiocy. Which was the flag. The troops the brave first responders. And then yeah. George w bush rudy giuliani and like from the moment that bush showed up with a megaphone at the twin towers. Originally on you know. This is the first thing i wanted to talk about was the snl after nine. Eleven where the cold. The cold open was like all nine. Eleven first responders which is like you know. These guys had like for like the past two weeks. Been digging bodies out of the fucking wreckage. Like i mean i. It took a moment of like a general genuine trauma and feeling of respect and admiration for the firefighters. Rescuers who were you know either lost their own lives or were you know working in the recovery effort but it was all it was like it was a cold open and it was just like the. The stage of snl was all police and firefighters but right in the middle of them was rudy giuliani. And it was this like sort of a moment of silence until learn. Michaels took it upon himself to ask to ask. Rudy giuliani is. Can we be funny again. Saturday night live is one of our great new york city institutions. And that's why it's important for you to do your show tonight. Can we be funny. Why start now. And once resilient fifty bestowed permission to to lorne michaels there were like okay. Yes we're ready to laugh again and then proceeded ninety minutes of lease. Funny shit you've ever seen in your life. But i'm like and the other thing i like to frame. This is a bad bad food. Restaurant and cissie cissy entrepreneur graydon carter. He was the one that was coated after nine. Eleven seeing the end of the age of irony had arrived and then another quote here attributed to roger rosenblatt of time magazine wrote one. Good thing that could have come from this horror. It could spell the end of the age of irony and there was this idea that sort of cynicism gallows humor and just sort of like a distrust of authority and that kind of that that gen-x hey we're coolers and everything like that vibe had been like. It was this expectation and really like they weren't responding to anything that happened. It was an admonition demand. Like that's where we're not now. We're no more irony. No more no more snickering in the back of the classroom. No more cool kids. There was an this isn't as if patriotic correctness and holy shit like it became hegemonical enforced and like it's so funny now to think about cancel culture now because there is never cancel. Culture was so rigorously enforced during this era like from the top down like actual like the state cancel the state and like powerful institutions canceling people for completely anodyne. And honestly like looking. You know as we often are known at the time totally sensible humane thoughts about like. Are we overreacting to this or like. Maybe we should not. Maybe the answer to this is not just go to war with the rest of the world because like maybe that's one of the reasons they should happen in the first place. But it's basically this idea that like this patriotic correctness and this idea that irony was dead. It was like it was imposed on all of us put it basically ultimately failed and led to even weirder and more insane forms of cultural expression and like i said this world of discrete insanity is that we all live in now. Yeah i mean people. There definitely examples. In the past few years people getting cancelled for like you know things that are like. In retrospect kind of stupid but it was not quite like this where you would get canceled for saying. I don't think we should invade another country. I don't think we should kill a million people and by cancelled like completely drummed out of public life. And i in fact everyone was incentivized to hate that person. They fired poor phil. Donahue yes phil donahue's last show on. Msnbc was him and pat buchanan. They were supposed to argue about iraq but they both agreed on it and msnbc was like fuck you. We're gonna hire michael savage for six weeks until he tells a caller to get another example of someone being canceled for something they shouldn't have been. Yeah we everybody. Complaining about castle culture and trigger warnings and all that shit. it's like the old anti-drug commercial. I learned it from watching you dad. Yeah literally this whole thing. This whole cultural dynamic was forged after nine eleven not coincidentally the exact same time that internet culture was literally being created where the assumption was. Is that you had certain things you were not allowed to say because it would upset people it would remind them of the horrors of the towers. And you were. And if you were insufficiently solicitous to the victims and if you're insufficiently bloodthirsty to public punish the perpetrators you were committing violence against people And you needed. You was the responsibility of the people to to rebuke you And that's been with us ever since like that model of how to respond to the media and the world around us as like this parade of traumas that we have to avoid being triggered by. That's all that context is set by nine eleven and the response to it if anyone yeah. Everyone remembers last summer where this thing starts at is like a genuine social movement and then like within a month it just be like unfortunately aid things get filtered through our media consumption culture and it the way that most people end up seeing it is like totino's being like riposting black square and that like people a lot of people correctly identified. This is ridiculous and at the same time. Go back twenty years. This was happening every day except it was like the disney channel supports our war efforts in iran lake. I'm sorry thousand times more ridiculous insane. Like i mean i've seen people bring this up again. There is an amanda binds. Movie where they edited edited billboard for her not to hold up the peace on because that would be offensive to people who want war. Hey you don't you don't know if somebody has trauma from watching nine. Eleven that they need to fantasize about blowing up arabs. It's necessary for them. Yes part of their. It's part of their therapy. We they need to exercise their trauma. Doing nine eleven every fucking day for twenty years. Yeah i mean. I like trigger. Warnings are very funny. Way to think about all this. Because i mean you remember from hyper normalization adam. Curtis had that montage of every summer movie. That came out in the years. Preceding nine eleven. That was just like a fucking just. The carousel of like all skyscrapers in new york city imploding on themselves or being wiped out by some gigantic alien for godzilla and it was just literally bodies them laying out of fucking office building streaking to their deaths on the street below it was this rehearsal of like all of our deepest fears are fondest wishes because like we love nothing more than seeing america get destroyed and then immediately after nine eleven happened all that shit had to be like sort of cleanse from our culture like we couldn't like like anything like Showed anything that was like a an act of violence similar to nine eleven or a catastrophe of a similar nature. Anything that portrayed cops or firemen. Luke firemen losing their lives that became triggering. It became triggering to the entire nation and had to be erased. You remember the sam raimi's spiderman the first trailer for that movie featured bank robbers in a helicopter like escaping from a bank job being ensnared in a giant spiderweb that was laid in between the twin towers and they instantly had to edit that out of the movie. I mean i guess for obvious reasons. But here's here's another example. There were over one hundred sixty four songs that were banned from the radio by clear channel after nine. Eleven this now i know i heart radio. But you're talking about like the corporation that owns something like sixty percent of the radio stations in america and here's some of the songs that were deemed lyrically questionable to play on the radio after nine eleven. They include a seven. Acdc acdc songs including dirty deeds highway to hell safe in the safe in new york city. Tnt and hell's bells also lantis morissette's ironic was banned from the rain as the plane crash down. You said well. Isn't this nice no atlantis. It's not nice when planes crashed out. It is not nice when planes crashed out into the pentagon and into the twin towers and into shanksville pennsylvania. Ma'am that it. Yeah the thing. That's very funny to me about this. Is like like any conservative. Who's like they're like forty fifty sixty like you know going on about how annoying college campuses are. And it's like sure you're great. Yeah to an extent but it to a person go back. I really i'd like i can't i really can't today. I went to times square in nineteen ninety eight. Yes i can't see this right now. Listen to pat benneteau right now got thrown out of the new york new york casino for trying to dump on a blackjack table. My my cousin is firefighter in the upper peninsula of michigan. That's also in the eastern time zone. I'm gonna throw up some of these shows. You would never never get the beatles ticket to ride. I guess that would remind people of airlines bruce springsteen's. I'm on fire and species going down that that was obviously catch cat. Stevens songs are banned from the radio. Busta rhymes i'm gonna do. Thirty jackknifed turns in front of the pentagon hundred knots an hour. I think my favorite is the bengals walk like an egyptian is. He not highlight the plane. Muhammed auto was doing down the oil. Another great example. Louis armstrong's what a wonderful world and don mcleans american pie were also banned from the radio louis banned because they didn't think it would be appropriate to play a song about how nice everything is after nine eleven. Is everything. okay no okay. An american pie is just to sort of bittersweet song is about a plane crash. You're right about our beloved heroes dying in the field of minnesota in an airplane so basically every song that had to do with like the gap end. You dropped a bomb on me. frank sinatra's new york new york any song that reference like era airlines explosions fire Or just having a good time in new york in new york city. I'm back in the new york groove. That was banned. Yeah those are all excised from radio and then of course the. The example of course was the protest in which Dixie chicks cds were using a thirty-three thousand pound tractor to obliterate compact discs and other atoms. A few hundred protesters in bossier city louisiana referring to themselves as backers of us president george bush and barksdale air force base lashed back at natalie. Maynes lead singer of texas based country. Act the dixie chicks over a recent comment and talk about how this is an forced imposed national stupidity. Of course the government is doing everything to push that. But they're doing it in concert with this new monopolistic media environment. Thanks to twenty years of deregulation of telecoms and stuff. Meaning that clear channel at that point as you said has sixty percent of the fucking radio stations in the country Only a few media companies own any local news stations or newspapers and they all have the same Goals as the white house which is to impose just a constant screaming panic about this thing that could be could have in a different world have been processed with some degree of proportion but instead becomes this daily emotional apocalypse because it's very very useful for everyone if that's the way it is responded to in talking about like the disproportionate reaction to a threat or traumatic events. I mean i've noticed. People will bring this up on twitter but it is interesting in light of living now continuing to live through covert on the disparate reactions between like nine eleven discrete event. That killed three thousand americans. If you had suggested at the time dea think are like reaction to the sort of just pure just pure like the running. The numbers unlike the likelihood of you being an american citizen in america being killed by terrorist attack versus the you know trillions of dollars in millions of live our lives. We're going to waste on base as dick. Cheney explicitly said on the one percent doctrine. if there's even like a point o o one percents of terrorist attack happening in the future then literally anything we do is justified in like theoretic you theoretically prevent it prevent an imaginary terrorist attack up to and including starting several wars legalizing torture and like i said killing about a million people. Do you think like the the the people the people who are i mean like it has been killing nine. Eleven's worth of americans about every day for a year or so now and it just doesn't it seems like our our ability to assess risk is is severely broken because like the like the more you cared about nine eleven and the mortar. Is you get in your eyes. Link flags like the angrier. You are at any suggestion that your life should be altered in any way because cove it whereas everyone's life had to change forever because of nine eleven. Well that's just it though did it. I know we have to do if you were on the inside. If you're rooting for team america. After nine eleven the beauty was. You didn't have to do anything differently. You got to badger your Your liberal neighbors for being insufficiently patriotic you got to root on america's military is flat and middle eastern countries You got to enjoy jingoistic programming. And the most patriotic thing you could do. According to your own president was go shopping. Yeah whereas cova requires you to be like dealing with covert requires you being a citizen of a country and that's just antithetical like we. We were in like not the late ninety s. We've talked about what talk about woodstock ninety nine episode. Is this doldrum. It's this question of like. What the hell are. We even doing as a nation. Like what is this project. And nine eleven gives us an answer in the culture reinforces that and it's sit back and watch us. Just destroy the god damn world and you get to continue the empty consumer experience that defined your life in the ninety s but with a new verve and meaning behind it. Not a challenge. Not that doesn't require you to do anything differently. But gives the things you do more meaning like go to fucking disneyland and put a fucking w bumper sticker on the back of your car or have a fucking a yellow flag in front of your house or something does magnetic venezuela everywhere those everywhere. Yeah do you remember like everyone sort of memory. Hold this weird period. It was like very sort of late february. We're like no one really knew at the virus was unlike de bungalow was like were not like there's no virus everyone go to restaurants. Yeah it was like that but for like seven years. Yeah and that worked for for at that point because a plug and play empire like. It's a volunteer army. You don't have to do shit but like an actual virus that has an actual impact on people if they get it and transmitted that that it doesn't work the same way and so all of those signals just break down what. Yeah and it was. I mean the great thing about a volunteer empire and the plug in the volunteer army. And the plug and play empire is that it's it's sorta schrodinger war you you don't have to sacrifice is a civilian impact. You're supposed to do the opposite of sacrificing their fighting for your package way of life. You have to keep living it every fucking day but any time that you raised some concern about getting our civil liberties or anything. Just anything at all going on in the country. We are at war example. That was like i remember. There was this Sort of like furtive attempts to begin to question the the american lifestyles reliance on cheap gasoline. As being the source of some of our problems and then at the same at that moment that was suggested for even a second it was like no fuck you. We're having the homer now. Everyone is shopping. A hummer getting fifty miles to the gallon. Dat is like the new like that is that is fucking like eight less than that. You're a fucking pussy. You're a traitor. Your fucking you hate the troops. Everyone's gotta drive gigantic gas-guzzling. Suv's now the hummer. The hummer is so perfect. That's the emblem of nine eleven culture. We're going to war. We're we're gonna have a classical ations to defend our way of life not me personally all the all the ships that went to high school with me i am going to buy a military vehicle and drive. It's too fucking fudd rutgers. And pretend that i'm doing like a patrol of baghdad the h. two one of the ugliest cars ever created. And it was supposed to i remember. I'm in the ninety. S when fucking arnold had a hummer as his car after one dow would yeah like the actual like military spec hummer and i was like dow like arnold. Close fucker alive. How he'd like arnold military or drive around smoking cigars abbasi. I could drive home or pockets. Wherever i want but then then the age to become an. It's like every suburban. Mom could have one of these hideous gigantic cars and it is so funny. Because the hummer of course the signature vehicle of the us military and during the iraq and afghanistan where it became a signature coffin and fucking. Just fucking death trap for every fucking soldier who had to be inside one. When i went off but here at home of course the the the two just killed other people on highways because that was the that was the real invention of these tank like. Sev's is like oh like oh like the only kill other people. If you get in car accidents you'll be fine. It's it's the it's the magnetic yellow bumper sticker. And it is this like like. I said this patriotic correctness. That was all focused around originally. And you know like not not with not. Unwarranted was originally about first responders is about the f. d. n. y. the paramedics and also the nypd. But like to a large degree it was like a you can understand the reaction of wanting to to valorize like you know first responders or people who lost their lives tried to save lives but then immediately became mcvay when what they went through became immediately connected to rudy giuliani and george w bush and then of course the policies of the bush administration which became the troops. And the troops really. This is what it all on here like. This is what was so enforce from from school kids to everyone like we just and i think a big deal about this is that like certainly not all americans. But if you're talking about the media academic intellectual and political elites in america on nine eleven. The vast majority of them were baby boomers who lived through the vietnam war and opposed it or got out of it and then spent the rest of their lives. Basically feeling guilty about it. Yeah and like the like even though they they. They protested it when they were when they were in college. Or whatever and then. I guess correctly at that time it says that it was an unjust war but of course it was one that they had skin in the game. Exactly the draft. I don't wanna. I wanna go. Yeah i don't wanna fucking go to vietnam. But i think a lot of them. Despite of that being a crucible that formed their politics. I think a lot of them were kind of embarrassed about it and be and then as they became older and more successful and became. Like you know these sort of mandarins of american culture felt sense of shame about that about not serving about not heating the the bugle call and i think it was like an nine eleven became their opportunity to relive the experience of vietnam but in but in which we were the good guys and that we finally had post-cold-war an opportunity for america defined itself. An answer that question that would suck. Ninety-nine pose that you brought up earlier like what are we doing here. What the fuck is the point of this all like. Why are we even here. And the nine eleven gave them the perfect opportunity to demonstrate that and it would be it would be an opportunity to show that america was good and most importantly it allowed them to support military action that you know they had no they were not going to be involved in any way other than being being on and watching the news that game that became a signal identity for americans ever since that is one of the defining types of person you have emerged after nine. Eleven is somebody who's Identity is formed around their news consumption and the way that they respond to that. I know that's what i ended up doing like well. I'm not sure shit not going to go fight the war. I don't i don't agree with the war. I'm horrified by the war. But i don't really can't really imagine doing anything effectively to resist it. Besides impotent protests. So what i'm gonna do is. I'm gonna pay a shit ton of attention to the goddamn news and you know in in the immediate aftermath of nine eleven all the major networks. When four straight days of non-stop commercial-free news coverage estimated they forfeited around two hundred million dollars worth of advertising in the process. But i guarantee you they gain that back in the long run by just sort of like. Finally the news matter again. News mattered again and people in the news. Media understood that like the extent to which they mattered again. It depended on their ability to channel. These feelings that were being enforcing the top down about how everybody is just on board with this war. And there's new struggle in this new this new sense of purpose and this sort of revitalize messianic mission. That has always been a part of america's dna. But we had lost and they. They were going to feel their oats again. They were going to rekindle that feeling and get over there. Shame and trauma about not fighting in vietnam and to that end i mean and then you then you get things like god bless america having to be song at baseball games. Oh god this one. That's one of my favorite favorite thing. It's still around. It's still around but only the yankees though not doing it every game fucking steinbrenner's and then you know obviously even worse than nine eleven was of course the yankees losing to the diamondbacks in the world series and game seven will absolutely ruled. That was very appropriate. Because it's like. Hey guys this is new york. You know. This is really about people in arizona. Yes it's perfect. It's true absolutely perfect. It's true because i mean i. I remember feeling like annoyed having been a lifelong new yorker that like all of a sudden the entire country just regard themselves as new yorkers and everything's about a new york or whatever after like you know because let's be honest like we hate you and they hate us like let's keep it that way that's the way it should be but you're right. It was never about people in new york. It was about people in fucking arizona. They were the fucking winners. They were the fucking winners mean. New york was the site of a lot of american. Major cities. were but new york was the site i think of the biggest counter iraq war protests in the news. It's like fuck you pal. It was a two thousand four. Rnc convention which is held in new york city. I think roughly half a million people turned out to the streets of manhattan to protest the iraq war and the bush administration and they throw them all in jail and and i'm sorry not jail. Concentration camp just pierce. It was the chelsea piers. Basically just did you. What other like forgotten. Bit of nine eleven. This is one of my favorite. This is like i remember. Like i remember when i heard about this like i felt like a very like spine chilling feeling like i. I don't like where this is going. I don't like the people who are in charge like this seems like a different country. Seems like i do not like the direction we're going and this was of course when john ashcroft's justice departments and eight thousand dollars to cover the tips of statue. That was classic. Have like you know the you know the blind justice he. He didn't like one kit. Just doubt people are gonna get that business. Like run into the statue breakthrough dick. It can't have and he said it was because he didn't want like like like knew him to be framed by tits. When he's giving very serious press conferences about how are color coded terror alert had to be raised from orange to red even more than than freedom fries herald today a new era and then i guess the other thing that's been completely forgotten about the nine eleven in the immediate aftermath of it is that like not even a week. After the twin towers came down people started getting anthrax into them in the mail including tom daschle and like like. Cbs and like five people died and like sixteen people. Were gravely like you know. Since of a hospital almost died because of it and base the fbi closed the case in two thousand eight after their main suspect killed himself. Said how did it. And i mean the guy whose name was putting the media. Stephen hatful i think his name was that ruined his life. But of course he was exonerated. Almost immediately after richard glitzy. Yeah ritual stop at the the main guy if they killed himself the fbi closer investigation and they closed it because he worked at fort dietrich maryland the bioweapons division which is where the mucking and where the anthrax came from. The army's owned bioweapons labs anthrax attack is forgotten now but i really do think that it was incredibly important in keeping the hysteria obsolete. Absolutely i mean yes. These towers going down. With just this absolutely psychically traumatizing event. That the all culture revolved around. But there's only so much if you're living in des that you can work yourself up that they're like al qaeda's gonna come and blow up the corn palace or whatever the fuck but wentz once. There's a fucking deadly bacteria in the mail mail. Anybody could be killed by terrorism and then yeah we don't know who did this probably iraq or this guy. He's dead now. Never mind yeah. It was made him a government. Lab wasn't what he asking about. No but that's that's that's exactly right. Matt it was. It was so crucial into universalising this fear of terrorism and that like the idea that the next terrorist attack was going to happen like not a question of if but when donald rumsfeld famously said they're like in the any corner of america was gravely gravely endanger of like a suicide bombing or so or the next nine eleven from like like every every small town suburb city. Every corner of america like people were just like just just waiting just waiting for the fucking next terrorist attack. Happened even though like you know realistically like if you don't live in new york l. a. or or chicago. It's like the chances for terrorist attack happening to you pretty fucking small. But like i said the anthrax attacks like universalize this feeling of of the of absolute terror and fucking trauma in prolonged it to a great degree. And then what are you know it. Of course in the run up to the iraq war was saddam hussein's anthrax and his mobile biological weapons. Labs became a huge You know a piece of evidence to justify the invasion but i guess The news became important again. But i'd like to talk about now to close hurt one of this of this episode with a reading series that deals with the rise of the the the internet internet based news the blogosphere. Because like that was that was the other thing because like matt. You mentioned like all of this was happening at a time. When internet culture was just beginning to start and then all of a sudden the news became the most important thing in the world and because of the internet we saw the creation of these kind of civilians journalists as they were as they call themselves as opposed to be like. And you know like the the ones who got very successful originally with this we're all shrieking bloodthirsty ghouls. These are people for whom fox news and cnn nbc. We're not doing enough to support america's at america's role to just kick the shit out of every other country in the world and kill as many arabs as possible and like the opposing poll to that the liberal boggs fear which also came up at the same time. People forget guys like ezra klein iglesias a lot of these. Like a lot of these names that are common parlance now. They were not like conservative or reactionary. But they all were going for that audience they all. I mean not that audience they want to get a link from guys like glenn reynolds the instapundit and to do that. You had to be psychotically devoted to this clash of civilizations like Fuck and just absolute mania in hysteria. Everybody's everybody's the ball. That was the standard for being a serious person. That's the thing it's like. it looks bat. look back through it now. It's like yeah. This was insanity. This was taking a a thing that happened and turning it into an existential threat in a way that made no logical sense making it. The the the poll of foreign and domestic policy in a way that was just wildly out of proportion but believing that was the minimum requirement to be considered a serious person. If you did not accept that all those assumptions you could be safely written off. And so for a lotta these guys no matter what they thought about it. That was the incentive. They had to give they had to give to this point of view or else they couldn't be accepted as a as a as a rational interlocutor and for guys like you know maddie and ezra like should they feel embarrassed about it now but it worked for them. They're fucking millionaires off this art anyone else if they had said hey. Maybe we shouldn't do this. Shit they wouldn't have been funneled through The the take shoot to become august men of letters. They would have been written off as cranks and like go. Hang out with janine garoppolo and yeah they. They wanted to get like linked to buy like the big boys. Let's say you come up. And i'm going to buy big boys. I mean here. I'm thinking to one guy. I mentioned. insta- pundit who like here's your for was this law professor based at a tennessee. Who's most of his writing and intellectual output was based on his his idea about how feasible it would be to upload his brain into a computer and live forever and then also about sex spots as well but it just like this a libertarian. Techno futurist to really rose to the moment and became a just in like in one sentence. Like hyper links. Would just be like advocating genocide in the in the middle east and he. He became a serious thinker. That is that is something that we've completely memory hold Gist how okay. It was say that say we need to kill ten percent of all muslims in the world to send a message howard. Stern said that eleven. He said we should nuke one random arab city yet. No this was totally okay for a pretty long time until the twenty ten this could be a mainstream person say this and really not many consequences for saying it but okay so i am. I reading series. I this this may seem on one to like do you to nine eleven episode. But i i don't know if you're not of a certain age and was not. We're not plugged into the political sphere. This will seem insane to you. But what i'm about to read but consider it's even more insane because this was considered like a ground game changing asset that like the find an era and when this guy died recently people like meghan mcardle. Were singing his browsers. I'm talking of course about the famous internet. Screed the pacific ation of the western male by kim de trois. Doi- cumulus twat. Let's talk. let's talk about this. Affiliation senior dubois when you get that estrogen. Now drinking water the jackrabbit going to kiss a grizzly bear was much celebrated much shared sort of like call to arms among the americas armchair warriors the war bloggers. And i think you see the dna of a lot of like contemporary conservative conservatism. In this essay. I mean it's a great example of like the the writing style and like mentality of this era these and like the the the the liberal bloggers and like people who are trying to do this like a not even not a left-wing just like a pro democrat perspective. I don't think they wanted to be this guy. But i think they wanted his approval like this was the baseline that was considered reasonable and like the new dominant point of view among american culture. That had to be respected or at least acknowledged so. Keep that in. Mind when i read this. Sat you okay. This is the pacific of the western male by kim to trois. Who has don't do. I very big war blogger of this era. We have become a nation of women. It wasn't always this way. Of course there was a time when men put their signatures to a document knowing full. Well that the single act result in their execution of captured and in their forfeiture of their property to the state their wives and children would be turned out by the soldiers and their farms and businesses most probably given to someone who didn't sign the document. There is a time when men went to their certain death with expressions. Like you can all go to hell. I'm going to texas in parentheses. Davy crockett to the house of representatives. Before going to the alamo davy crockett by the way absolutely did not think he was gonna die. Crockett got got executed after the battle the whole time. He's like no man come on. I was kidding. There was a time when men went to war sometimes against their own families so that other men could be free. There is a time when men went to war because we recognize evil when we saw it and we knew it had to be stamped out. There was a time when a president of the united states threatened to punch him in the face and kick him in the balls. Because the men had the temerity to say bad things about the president's daughters singing. We're not like that anymore. Okay that's the beginning in here. Your captures the the absolute giddiness of a basically a housebound anime fan that because they know kim to twelve three retired from political blogging. Just simply post photos of like lally. And like i don't know just like anime schoolgirls and shit like that and be like this one's my favorite. The palpable giddiness that they felt about them being at war. But america being or which means defacto they are at war and that like the lives of every fucking like eighteen year old that we sent into baghdad and all the people they killed over there that was just fodder for this certain kind of like i said boomer to gen personality that had like their entire lives up till nine eleven was one giant failure to be a man and that now this was like we now have the american now had sort of like the all the world is a stage and it is like and then you watch the news to see evidence of your own masculinity and to the extent that we succeed or fail in the war on terror is psychic tabulation of your own masculinity. Yeah chris. Christopher hitchens admitted it he said when i saw the towers go down i got hard. I mean basically. That's what he said he's i there was a what was the word. He is He said he was exhilerated. Exhilarate it yes. I mean i was the first hard on. He had in years can gin gin soaked wretch that he is. I says we're not like that anymore. Now little boys in grade school are suspended for playing cowboys and indians cops and crooks and all the other familiar variations of good guy versus bad guy that help them learn at an early age to have decent men. Hunt you down because you were a law break isn't that is that the lessons that kids learn from playing cops and robbers robber. The bad guy. Sodas kim to twat now taught. Violence is bad that when a thief breaks into your house or threatens you in the street that the proper way to deal with this is to give him what he wants instead of taking a horse. Whip to the rascal shooting him. Dead where he stands like. I look okay. Like just look up an image of kim twat when you're reading this the idea that this guy has ever been the victim of or done violence to anyone. In his life for any reason is laughable. It's it's insane kim. Kim you twat kind of looks like he could be like movie. Bob's dad yes he does. He absolutely does now. He goes on now. Men's fashion includes not a man dressed in a three p. suit but a tight sweater worn by a man with breasts. It's like do you have got their you. He's got some. He's got some goals but okay this year. I mean like you can see the dna of trump in here because he's just like it starts out like we used horse whip cattle rustlers around these parts are just hang them high and then he's like fashion. Today is so messy. Why don't we know stars. This is this is the genesis of roman statue. Guys happened in the in the embers of nine eleven. Yeah now he says now. Warning labels are indelibly etched into gun barrels. As though men have somehow forgotten that guns are dangerous. Things now. Men are given ritalin is little boys their natural aggressiveness curiosity and restlessness can be trolled instead of nurtured and directed and finally our presence are sorry and finally our president who happens to have been qualified fighter. Pilot lands on an aircraft carrier wearing a flight suit and is immediately dismissed with words like swaggering macho and the favorite epithet of euro. Girly man cowboys. Of course he was bound to get that reaction and most from the press in europe because of the process of male pacific over. There is almost complete. How did we get to this. In the first instance we have to understand that america is that america is first and foremost a culture dominated by one figure mother. It always wasn't always so there was a time when it was father who ruled the home worked at his job and voted so like. Yeah like you see that. You see the dna of the man no sphere and like in-cell this idea that like The the most oppressive force in american life is the guy. knock chrissy. Yeah it's mother. It's mother telling you to clear clean up your room. His mother telling you to eat your vegetables and that this has made america week and we must and again like the the people least suited to the task. We're now going to take up arms to rekindle patriarchal authority. Sort of like a masculine vigor. Sort of run running roughshod and being being brave and bold than spitting and shooting and shoeing. Yeah among a set of people who like would get winded. Walking down a flight of stairs he goes in the twentieth century. Women became more and more involved in the body politic and in industry and in the media and mostly this has not been a good thing when women got the vote. It was inevitable that the government was going to become more powerful more intrusive and more protective because women are hardwired treasure. Security more than uncertainty endanger it was therefore inevitable 'feminine influence on politics was going to emphasize lower case s social security. I am aware of the fury that this statement is going to arouse. And i don't give a thick what i care about a single fake. Yeah i'm i'm i'm norad looking looking at like eight screens. We got a problem major. We thought he was going to give a fig. There's no sign of big fresh out and we're we're looking for signs of him giving care of you doing that. This is crazy. I came here to eat fagan to kick button figs. And i have a sister my lower leg. So i'm i'm just going to write this article. I'm going to illustrate this by talking about tv because tv is a reliable of our culture. Of course you're gonna talk about tv. It's all you do you have any other points of reference Logical research click. What else would you talk about. What else i'm gonna talk about like a drill a place in my life where i see masculinity disappearing the packaging of frozen dinners strongman putting the hungry man into the oven. And now it's some bitch felix you joke but listen to where this goes. He goes in the nineteen fifties. The tv dad was seen as the lovable goofball. Perhaps the beginning of the trend but he was still the one who brought home the bacon and was the main source of discipline. Think of the line. Wait until your father gets home from that. We went to this. The cheerios tv ad. Oh hide these guys haven't gotten a new act in like thirty year is the fuck it goes now for those who haven't seen this piece of shit and now here's just another thing. I'd like to point out about kim to twat. He he he cusses in this article but he missed spells the cuss words. He spells shit here. S eight s c. h of like this zodiac killer. apparently Actually writing a curse word is to rough and tumble and masculine forum. Because he can't bring himself to just write shit he has to. He has to sort of like he's like what. If this is a family kids. Come here to learn horrific bloodlust. I don't want him to expose too bad language. Now for those of you haven't seen this piece of shit. I'm going to go over it from memory because it pitted mayes everything. I hate about the campaign to some fi men. The scene opens at the morning breakfast table. Were the two kids are sitting with dead at the table. While mom prepares the stuff on the kitchen counter the dialogue goes something like this little girl note. Not little boy daddy. Why do we eat. Cheerios dead because they contain fiber and all sorts of stuff. That's good for the heart. I did now because of that little girl. Did you always eat stuff. That was bad for your heart. Daddy daddy humorously. I did until i met your mother. Mother not not humorously daddy did a lot of stupid things before he met your mother now every time i see that tv ad. I have to be restrained from shooting the tv with a forty five colt. If you wanna microcosm about men have become less man. This is the perfect example. Kim you're right. If you wanted example about how men have become pussies that previous sentence. Where cheerios ad makes you mad enough to shoot. Your television with a gun is a perfect example of the phenomenon. You're talking about and guess. What did you shoot your tv with a gun because you wanna watch more tv exactly by programs if i shoot my tv. Okay and he goes onto. He talks about tv for so long here. He goes now what dad should have replied to. Mommy's little zinger. Is that the dad. Tv commercials should've fucking clapback with being a bitch that you can't even do this your own life. You can't even come up with comeback through your own life. Yeah if i was that guy or that commercial. Let me tell you what i would have said to that. I think if. I had a way through corrected me. This is what i'd say to her. Yes sally that's true. I did a lot of stupid things before. I met your mother. I even slept with your aunt. Ruth a few times before i met your mother held the most manly thing you can do is take out your psychoses on your kid. And he goes then he goes what some women deserve to be single moms because when he goes. That's what because that's what i would have said. Anyway if my wife had ever attempted to castrate me in front of the kids like that dude you got castrated by a cheerios commercial. If your wife took your balls. And if i mean it's just they're already in a jar man like just give up but this is what i'm saying like this is why they like this kind of person. This is where their absolute blood loss to commit. Genocide in the middle east comes from yup. This is the only way that they could like feel a little twins in. They're little the little worm in between their lack the only way that they could like a just sort of a crew for themselves some feeling of like strength potency and like fucking masculinity if all these guys and this is the way they went about doing it because like i said at the end of the day he's being riled up by fucking cheerios ad and feeling castrated by. It's like dude. You don't have a dick to begin with even senior dick and thirty years. Just that's why we have to kill every muslim person on the planet is because the because of its cheerios. Add this guy saw he goes on here. He says when. I first started this website i think it. My primary aim was to blow off steam at the stupidity of our society. Because i have a fairly set view because i have fairly set views of what constitutes right and wrong. I have no difficulty in calling. Bill clinton for example an effing liar and hypocrite. But most of all. I do this website because i love being a man amongst other things off. That's it that's like okay. We've found that's american conservatism. Yep i'm i am a webmaster Because i'm in the tradition of davy. Crockett a green beret. There you go here. Most of all. I do this website because i love being a man. There you go. That's the last twenty years folks. That's should've dropped on baghdad. It's it's like. Why are we doing this. This is why we are. This is us. There is still quite a bit to this essay. Why don't we when we stop here and save part two of the pacific ocean and the western male for episode two. So let's let's wrap up here. I do this website. Because i love being a man. Keep that in mind and we will join you on thursday for part. Two of nine eleven. What a long strange trip. It's been we will be finishing the pacific or the western male. We'll be talking about movies tv and music and The weird ways in which they tried to channel nine eleven and failed miserably And of course. I'll be closing things out with. I mean honestly. I should do this every year on nine eleven. I mean i do it for myself. But i'm gonna share it with you. The baseball cranks memory of almost being killed nine eleven so tune in on thursday for part two of the pacific the western male more nine eleven retrospection and the baseball cranks essay about nearly being killed by al next guys who owns cheese never saw who or from rocky coast golden. Show let the mind.

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"Thing is. Out. There Dude. Welcome back guys on today's show now. How does it feel to be on the other side? And after cannot be actors anymore, and also who is GonNa. Eat All these hotdogs anyways on the fourth, though I am happy Bobby Baena Day to everyone out there listening to us here on the Deacon, live podcast. How're you? How are things things going I hope everything's good boreal both things doing all right, and before we get started deep breath. ARGH, overhead, and stretch and down who well? Take all that Eh Jeez well I'm hoping everyone's doing all right. The riots of slowed down a little bit I'm not doing okay, though and there's a couple things I want to dive into on this podcast and stuff and I'll. I'll explain it the best way I know. How and that's just through talking to you but one thing that. Let me, let me start by saying this and I'm not getting into the rights or anything so this week this week this day every day of my life. This is where I'm getting that something happened me by the way, and my world just crumbled, it crumbled. It was I didn't know I. Literally was in there, talking to my wife and the office. For her. She's on one side of the House. I'm on the other side of the France. And I looked at her, and she's like what's wrong. Mike I just want the simple things. Like look at the simple things in life that I that's all I want. I don't ask for a whole lot. I don't ask for these big fancy things I. Don't ask for all this complicated things and make sure everyone in the world, or in some of your circle, your friends of circles just as I just want something simple and I want it to work and I want it to be i. don't worry about it a lot of times it's it's your car a lot of times. It's the roof leaking or something going wrong with anything that you have mechanically wise so the other day you know my trials and tribulations with. my cell phone so couple podcasts maybe maybe a month ago two months ago. I, I'm downgraded now. Here's the thing, my wife and I we both had. We have a plan through eighteen. Sucks of whatever brides a sexy doesn't matter whatever side of the venture standing on the other side looks horrible, or or whatever the case may be, so we have been on at since two thousand six when they had the TV stuff, and all that and we don't have that anymore off the grid, but we've had this plan, and as long as we renewed the plan and signed up for two years and Blah. Blah Blah Blah Blah. We were allowed to have the unlimited total unlimited data. I mean the true original grandfathered in unlimited data. Like every time we have to renew our phones or get new phones and update our phones. We physically have to call eighteen. He headquarters and MR AT and T. Goes. Yes, they've been here for so long. They're loyal customer. You give it to them for that. Price I think now the. The price almost for the phones that we have in the in the data plans I think it's like maybe hundred fifty bucks or something like that just for two phones and we don't pay anywhere near that because we've been with them so long. We're on that plan, so we have tried to scrimp and save a phone now. I, don't need I don't need the top of the line. My wife wants to talk. Talk on the line one every time we upgrade the phone, so what happens? She gets the upgrade I. Get the hand-me-down so i. get her old phone, and then it's just a vicious cycle. She gets the upgrade. I get the downgrading. She gets the upgrade I. Get the downgrade from her. So over the years we've collected several downgraded films, and of course me being a physical person whether it be out on the. Out on the basketball court. Or, just out here doing yard, work or anything like that or just physical stuff outside I have to have my phone on me because I constantly listen to music. I constantly listen to news radio constantly listened to that on if I'm awake, headphones in and I've gone through Bluetooth. I've gone through wired unwired UNTETHERED, whatever I've gone through so many of those different phones, because they either get broken or wet or combination thereof just just take a dump on me so couple months back. You heard that I dropped my phone with the other case on it into the law mower now. Yeah dropped right near the LAWNMOWER and Lamar of kicked around a bit, and shot it out the side, and it worked for a little bit, but it's like you're holding your hand, and you're watching it die. You're watching like in the movies. You're watching your best shot. Stay with me me stay. Shit Luckily I had an old foam at one of my wife's Hammy, down from Hamdam for, but I didn't have a case for no case whatsoever, so you know those phones are slippery, those phones we've got Samsung phones and I think the one I have had have had. Is the Essex now? Well before now, so that thing is I mean we couldn't find a case for it, so I'm like all right I'm going to baby. This thing I'm not going to do anything with it. I'm keeping my pocket and not sit on. It always stays in a certain location. I try not to carry with me. Always set it down because my bluetooth headphones. Thank you, jbl by the way JBL. Excellent Bluetooth headphones can walk a mile without having phone next to me and. So I would sit down and do my thing that way. The hipbones connect Bluetooth so I was as I. do here on the French. We have twenty. Some odd acres here in a couple people like store have a couple of acres and couple of and so on so forth. There's a guy down the road. Who is vine eggs from us here on the French and you ask why we call the franchise part farm part ranch, we have horses, cattle, the chickens, and we also now our crops are coming in so our crops earned. That's part of the farm part, so we sell all this stuff on out on the side of the road. Turnip truck, so the guy down the road probably about a half mile down the road, says hey, you know I've got ten acres over here. Would sheep I need bush-hog all right on Bush, so jump on my tractor and drive drive down the road and you're i. mean you got to do all the follow the rules in hazard lights beyond you can only go fast. Get on their drive it down. Listen to my music, listening to my headphones and Camale back no problem right up and down. The street I've got my phone sitting. If you're sitting on if you're ever sat on attractive before you've got, it's no different than sitting on any. Any kind of vehicle like a forklift. Sit On club. You got the floor where the pedals are in the sits right on the floor because I can keep an eye on it right there on the floor I know it sounds crazy, but there's no other place I've put clones all over a put it in the Cup holder of could put it in in this I'll put it on that I put on this. It always falls. It always comes up I found that sitting right in between my feet on the floor works great. I don't have to worry about it. We'll stick it in your pocket. No, because soon as I get out A. Back it or crack it or do something it breaks so i. set it on Florida go all the way down. I'm doing thing and come all the way back in I parked the tractor. Just for one second you can see what's coming our pocket for one second, and it's running. You know it's running. And I went inside, and I had to tell my wife something and I'm coming out and literally literally right when it came out, I heard. And I go okay. Something fell off the tractor. On my phone safe wrote up and down the street half mile to his his property did the Bush can half mile back in between the feet. Get off the tractor. Go inside. Come Out, look at comeback. It's sitting face down on the concrete I. Don't have any protection on it. It's just raw dog, phone and concrete, so I pick it up and I look at it and sure enough screens cracked, but it's cracked in the bottom right hand corner, little purple. It's now purple in that one little spot like bruise, but it's led bruise press on, and as soon as they press on that Bruce gets bigger and bigger and bigger and the phone starts. Up Oh, no, no to my wife. She's like what's wrong. I go through the phone down on the table and I go. It's dead. It's dead. Completely Dad I've killed it. She's like well. We don't have any other phones. You ruined and destroyed them all I know I have I know I know. I just want this little things that make my life happy to work and it. Broke the phone so the reason why I tell you guys because I know that a lot of my friends and family, and and even listeners to the podcast. Call me text me. You guys out there all the time, so I won't be given the phone number out until they get a new phone, but you guys contact me during the podcasts or when you listen to the podcast, an answer questions dumb questions. Questions that have during the podcast so I have no phone. I have no nothing now. Her father teacher man passed away last year this time, not this time, but this time of the year, and so we had his old phone now. His old phones been deactivated. It's a three. It's only Wi fi i. it's not activated I, can only listen to music, which is fine. I'll just stick around the property i. I guess so I. Do have a phone, but I don't have any way of reaching the outside world other than sitting up here in the studio in contacting you straight on a desktop or PC, or or something like that we have in the house like a spare one that we just Kinda looked recipes and do little things like that so I've been on that if you guys see me on the old. Old facebook page, and all that just say hey gets phone victim I'll be like no shut up dummies all right. When we come back, we'll get into the show and let's talk a little bit about what's going on in the actors world. That just seems wrong I don't know if it's wrong, but we'll get into that here in just a little bit. You're listening to live right here on property, but. Nothing like Grey Cup of coffee and Nautical Star Coffee Jerry delicious coffee in their online store. It tastes amazing, and it's made fresh to order located North Carolina. Nautical Star coffee wants to be your Go-to online coffee store like you. They were tired of the same old mediocre coffee. The cost of fortune had little flavor to show void. Coffee. There's no minimum purchase required. Sometimes, you just want one bag of coffee and that's fine with them. Their coffee is roasted, bagged and shipped at the time of your order to ensure freshness. 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The whole out right now. I just you guys go grab it and that's inside. The people just came out on June. Nineteenth it's. Blown up over on I tunes they just recently were on the shade, Forty Five on Sirius Xm, so if you heard them great, and that's our new new thing called my friend hip hop, I like him these these guys keep an eye on them they're I in my opinion, go places here and show your support. You can follow their instagram page. Just go to a prophet radio DOT COM and Click on the Deacon live section. Get all their contact information as well from there now so. I was talking about a loss of my phone lost contacts. Contacts I lost. Contact to the outside world now we're talking about last week about you know I had an offer to go not an offer, but there's A. There's a situation that that was trying to do. Take in the podcast and bring that to Florida radio station. Now I'll give you the update on what's happening with that so I wanted to take the podcast and expanded out a little bit more to get a more. I want more. Everyone wants more and want bigger and what larger? Grandiose Oh. That's what I want I want to take and bring our message and your message for all the sponsors and everything that we have here on the Deacon Live podcast and bring it to a even larger audience, and we already established now. Here's the thing, so contact people down in Florida, we kind of went back and forth a couple of people up here because it would be a three hour. I want it to be a three hour show so you. Can't take it well fortunately and unfortunately, however, you want to look at it. That's that's the plan of of what I was trying to do. So contact some people down there and they sent me all the information. You know the media packet night, said Okay we'll look at the media. Pat Us all right. This looks good and I said well. Let me just check on everything on my end, so I checked on everything on my end. Because essentially what I wanted was the Internet radio stream. We have a lot of advertisers and sponsors overseas This is a national worldwide podcast gets hurt all over I think I counted twenty five twenty, actually twenty three different countries that we've been downloaded into and almost eighty percent of the United States as well make sense because we're a US based podcast now so here I just wanted. Wanted their. Internet I wanted their label. I wanted they're they're. They're not labeled. What am I trying to say? They're big Nice I want I wanted their Internet signal I wanted. Their broadband is what I wanted in their work out a trade and you guys have benefited from it as well and so on and so forth so contact I, started looking up finding out that the the the broadband. Not brought man, but live streaming didn't work. The website was not up now. This is a radio station that's been around for about a year. Now it's a brand new brand. New owners signals been around forever it just a matter of who controls the torch at the top of the tower, so these people who are controlling the torch I guess forgot the light some some of the candles on the way up the ladder, and so I was like I was upset and I was like on this crap. I don't WanNA broadcast to Tampa Florida and I got people overseas trying to sell the product and stuff i. don't want Bronx Daytona, Beach Florida. And that's it so I was like you know what I'm GonNa have to bow out I'm going to have to you know. Continue doing what I'm doing here on the podcast, so that's where we're at. That's where we stand, so we're not going anywhere. Good for you. Good for you. Consistency is what I want and more consistency is what I get I. Don't think I get consistency to be a lot of fingers in chocolate pie, and I don't want fingers in my chocolate pie, especially toenail so now horrible segue is gotta find. It not prepared all right. So are you guys familiar with this? If you watch any of the the Fox animation Don. Am I have a hard time saying that domination you're you've heard of family guy. You've heard the simpsons and all that stuff and there's a character on family guy. His name was Cleveland Brown and do my impression of them ready. Married name is clea. Mimi? Name is Cleveland Brown and I am here to say, and that's the thing. Knocks you near at one, twenty, five, one, hundred and thirty, one, hundred, thirty thousand, but that's authentic headdress I got one thirty I got one thirty. One, phone and So if you've seen the show, you've seen Cleveland and he's got a very distinctive voice, and I think it's hilarious. The show is hilarious. He did a spin off. Didn't do as well as a family guy I. Don't know why, because it. It had nothing to do with family guy. The comedy stylings were totally different Oh. You gotta hear this new Eddie Murphy Cassette I bought. Did. You ever have a barbecue. The gentleman who actually does that voice believe it or not is a white gentleman. I know I know the gentleman's name who does the Voice of Cleveland, plus a whole bunch of other characters on the The family guy show his name is Mike. Henry Mike Henry is a white actor who voiced Cleveland on family guy for at least the last twenty years and. And he's stepping down saying that the character should be voiced by a person of color now I. Don't know if I agree with that. Because one he is not doing what a lot of people in Hollywood are freaking out about in. They're worried about their closets, being open up and finding the can of tar baby paint in their closet. These people that have done face mask or face mass. You could tell them about grown. They've done black face. Ted Danson's out there when he was Dayton Whoopi Goldberg a whole bunch of other people have been caught there. The latest one is What's his name? Jimmy Kimble for doing Carl Malone. Okay. Let's let's get past that this gentleman here Mike Henry. He is a voice actor. He is sitting there doing a voice of a character now he's I. Don't WanNa, say he's making its comedy the whole situation the whole scenario that he voice acted. which is a made up? Word for me is four black guy now the reason why I bring this up there is a gentleman that I have been following for a very very long time. He is also I. Don't want to say the same boat, but he is in the same field as Mike. Henry is Mike Henry. Of course he's. He's I. Think he's sixty years old white gentlemen. He voices a black cartoon character behind a microphone just like me and he's sitting in the studio and he's voicing someone. You know some of those out there. Who might not know? Know who I am or might not know what nationality I am you know it all depends on what you hear in your mind. The picture that you make I mean radios, the best audio. Theatre Gentlemen I've been following for a very very long time since the early days Filmar now. If you don't know who fill Lamar is, you've probably known him fan of again. Fox had a show called mad. TV and film are was a black actor on or was unmatched mad TV. He was also pulp fiction great movie for its time he was also. What's his name? What's? Marvin in the back of the car where John Travolta actually shot Marvin al-Mansur, Marvan inveighs, but that's Phil. Lamar you know how many shows he's a excellent voice actor and I can always pick up his voice when I want all these cartoons every single. If you have watched any cartoons in the last twenty years on any station on any TV channel, or whatever I guarantee, you fill. Lamar's voice has been in that now white black. Japanese he has been in so many different things, but no one I. DON'T WANNA say no one says anything about that. No one really thinks about that. Villamar can do and white character Phil can do a black character. He can do an Asian character. He can do a genre that his job. He is a voice actor. He is acting out whatever the cartoon is that he is portraying now. Now, does that make bad that make it wrong. No, it's almost the equivalent of what the gay community says well. You can't have an active. WHO's not gay gay character? Okay, explain why, well because there's a whole large gay community out there that that that needs work well. If there were any good by all means, send them my wife. It's no different than when they have a man. A man playing a character that is not in his room for example. How long was it before? We knew that? Neil Patrick Harris was gay. And for many years played a straight man. boyfriends or girlfriends love interest and all that stuff. Nobody said thing now that we know he's gay. They've kind of broaden his his span of his character whenever he does a character role. For example you know a lot of people didn't know or doesn't know the whole limited snicking things that came out on Netflix. If you told those complete wackos out there, Hey, the lead character, the old guy. Yeah, he's gay and he's around. These kids walk. Yeah. There there's an agenda way. Up when he needs, no, he's he's. That's his back. That's his personal beliefs or his personal addressing, meant addressing whatever and his character is totally different, so let's let them be actors. Let's let them be their thing. Now granted. I wouldn't say when you start crossing races. That's a little bit different physically like you physically look, you're seeing people that are crossing races, but actual outside the races. Sexual orientation believes the stuff like that I don't think actors should be, but that's what they're doing. They're being guilted into. Hey! Hey. We got a perfect par for you. Oh, what is it you're going to be? Character. You're going to be I'M GONNA just pick a black guy. You're going to be Mr. T. on a kid. Show a really cartoons animated, so you can just do his voice Who who don't eat cereal? God you know you're racist. You're doing black face. Mr Voice Comedians for years have been doing it for years, which little was a was a famous well go when we come back, we'll dive into WHO's wearing face masks, and why they're not wearing face masks, and how's it feel now? Pointing fingers back at you so secret and you're listening to begin live right here on WPRO radio back. Girl High. Did you have a good day? Did you miss? I miss you. Posh Pooch assessories orderonline everything for your pooch now from collars to grooming products, toys treats and clothing with order tracking on all orders. 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Their name on Thursday to drop the Dixie. That's often associated with slavery. The ban also has released a new video. The protest the march March see above as well when rebranding the website. Okay, and this is a quote from them. We wanted to meet the moment. Chicks Ban names. Natalie maynes Martine Maguire and emily strayer said in a statement blow chicks from Texas by their name. They were inspired by in Nineteen ninety-three in albums, all called dixie chicken by little feat and pointed out on paper. Magazine. The band had no associations with the confederacy. They just thought Dixie was kind of a cool name. And now they're realizing the heart and a thread that the dixie name itself so this Dixie chicks with a new Song March march. To Just very very a lot of imagery and stuff as far as what's going on in the nation's so yeah, dixie chicks because a lot of people go, Dixie, who who are these people especially? If they've been, you know power many years. What's thirty years ago? Bush administration stuff. A lot of people don't even weren't even born when these when these people are. Are out the people that are protesting right now. They're at any age. You know they don't know who the dixie chicks are. Even today's well today. They might get a player to over in Texas, but that's about it. Yeah, they're change your name dropping the Dixie off of that because it symbolizes confederacy and the things that go along with that now here's. Here's the thing so here. North Carolina now the radio station here. Deacon live is is broadcasting just outside of Charlotte Beautiful Town. We like to call Marksville I. Think we got a population and maybe twenty five hundred people spread over union. County and the joke is they called onion county because it's a lot of farmland God do I know and I got. Got Farmlands farmland of the right and chicken houses all over the place. Watch out there cleaning. Don't stand down woman from those when they're cleaning them so here in North Carolina and I. said this before know now Roy Cooper. Our governor has said that it's now mandatory mandatory for everyone in North Carolina to wear a face mask face shield of some sort. I guess they didn't regulate. You know it's not going to test everyone. WHO's got a face mask so as long as you got something on your face. You're showing effort at you know we're going to go now. This is one week now because I just talked about this last week. This is one week now we're into the grew. It's in the books, and the Mecklenburg which is the county that surrounds Charlotte is said that the police department has not issued any warrants and citations had any problems about people wearing masks, or not wearing masks, or whatever? The case may be now here in Union county because we are. are a very rural place. We have a lot of feet stores. We have a lot of hardware stores. We have a lot of blue blue collar. Industrial Parks here parts manufacturing processing plants. We have a chicken processing plants Tyson is based here. Purdue is based here as well so when I say that here in the in our county the Rural County people aren't wearing face masks when I say people I do I wear my face masks because my wife would have my head on a blotter if I did not wear one I keep wanting the truck and I don't want to cause any problems I don't want to. Ruffle quote, unquote any feathers, pardon the pun there, but when I had to go horse feed the other day, and all the feet stuff that we have to do once a week here on the property I walk into the feed store in everyone's everyone is wearing a mask for the most part. Everyone's marrying where marrying and wearing a mask set for this I. Don't want to call them out of stuff for this small group of people when I say a small group of People I. I know because I with them. It is these middle-age white males I don't know as far as the financial. You know position in life, but it is these white middle aged males that are wearing that are not wearing the facemask. You know why these are the same people that say you're not taking away my guns. You know that type of mentality so here we are. Here's the government coming along our our state government has said it's mandatory for everybody everybody, no matter what race creed. Color what religion everyone has aware mass so now I'm seeing everyone wearing a mask except for this small group of people, these middle aged blue collar, workers, white males, and so I. Look at them and I go! What's your thought process here? Bud, you know it's mandatory and I know and I'm speaking just out of past conversations that I've had with these types types of people you know I'm putting them in a box and putting these people in a box because I can because this. This is what they're doing. You know all the people with one arm going this box. All the people with two legs and one whatever going this box. All the people not wearing a mask going this box and the people that are in this box are these white males and I'm thinking to myself because of past conversations. Why not? Government's not the me? What do okay, but it's mandatory for safety reasons. You know not gonNA, do it? Why not because you're not going to as soon? As soon as there is a conflict between these this group of people in this box, and power and I say. Power Police Force Police Department whatever there's going to be conflict now not to the extreme. Believe me, this is no I'm not not saying that people why guys not wearing face masks has anything to do with police brutality on the black race of the black community. What I'M! I'm saying is they are now in a small small aspect are seeing what is happening on a larger scale. Does that make sense to use on a larger scale? These black communities are told you need to do this and you need to do that. In the minority, communities are saying you need to do this. This is what you need to do this what you need to do and The other nationalities. Well, why aren't they doing that? Why can't they follow directions? Why can't they follow directions until it starts encroaching on our everyday life activities? Hence these guys are not wearing the face masks and on my going. Hey, man, you know just saying. Just like you put a face mask on now, I'm no confrontation. Having didn't call anyone and didn't say anything. I didn't do anything, but the I'm watching I'm serving. I'm taking it in. This is you know human life in real time, and I'm watching and trying to figure out what's going on now. None of these people I'm sitting there and walking around with face mask on and I'm trying to make eye contact with these people would make eye contact with me. Not One and I'm thinking that we're on the same team. Here thought we're on the same boat. Guess not but I. Guess what I'm saying. Is this the small community of people in this box? Box these white middle age male, blue collar workers did not want to follow the directions and they're going to. They will get into trouble. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa tell on them and they're going to see what it's like to be on the other side of the fence, other side of the fence and getting something handed to them. We're told that they have to I'm just standing here I'm just sitting in the parking. Lot I'm just sitting here in a lot relaxing, not doing anything well. We have reports. This is a highly drug use area. Awesome, just sitting here in the parking lot. If you need to move, just tell me to move. Nope, you gotTA. Get Out of the car. Get of the car same thing with a face mask. You need a face mask on government GONNA. Tell me what do will sir. You need to put a face mask on. It's mandatory and Jangled. Tell me what to do not aren't ceremony. Here's a ticket, fuck? You Ain't getting a ticket all right there on the ground. Do what you want. And then who knows what now it's not going to get like I said. It's not going to get to the extreme, but what I'm saying is these people are now experiencing what a massive people are going through right now where the government the? Political powers. The long forcement is telling them that they have to do this and they're refusing it, and so are they going to find back or whatever? I don't know what's going to come of it? which is something that I notice and I'm like going, you know come on. We're all in this together. Let's all be someone. Be Friends and hug and breathe and breathe filtered mask, mass, care, or something like that all right well, you ready for the fourth of July. Are, you can watch the the best of Fourth of July fireworks, and a lot of people are canceling their firework shows and stuff. There's one thing that happens every fourth of July and I wonder how they're gonNA handle it They're keeping a lot of stuff. hush-hush listed your come back. 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You look through the pieces my. How was I to know how to? Stop playing. Know you know? What? Welcome back to Deacon lives. You just heard the Richmond van then. Their new song called Remington. The new album is out right now came out on June twenty six. You can find all their information booking information. Go to profit radio DOT, com and click on the or Richmond Ban banner right there with influences from ultra bridge. Alison Chains Har- Keith Urban Pearl Jam and all those guys I like him. You know what we listened to. We always listened to the podcast. It's still we have a couple friends over light, a bonfire and stuff and we. Listen back to the PODCAST. It's just fun. You know just one of the things we do on a Friday night and my wife goes. WHO's this and I said? It's one of the guys on the on the show here. She's like I really liked that Song I. Really liked that song so richmond band. You got two thumbs up from Hawaii so she? She's hard to please and God knows. I know non skin she's she's great, but she's got great taste in music now fourth of July speaking to be having a big bonfire and stuff I know my mom and dad are probably freaking out being my not my mom and dad well. My Mom is probably not my dad, but you know I said that I. Accidentally dropped the phone well. Well, I say. I dropped the phone. It wiggled its way. It's found its way off the tractor where I had it. Somewhat snugly securely on the floorboard of the tractor didn't realize my driveway. He's got like a three degree pitch and the vibration of the tractor running. Because it's the diesel, you don't really WANNA turn it on and off on and off on and also let it run ran in the house phone slipped off the vibrated. Its way went like a pancake, butter, toast and butter. You throw it in the air and butter side down fifty percent of time and other. Side other fifty percent. Well, this is this is the fifty one percent went face-down cracked. It now got a big purple light. Bruise on my phone and it doesn't work anymore, so I'm not that I lost contact, but I just can't contact with the outside. World will not phone anymore. Oh, my Oh, my I, contact has done through the PC, so I'm constantly running down to the studio. Because all my docs in studio programs are located here and then. I've got just a regular kitchen kitchen. Where you just got to you know search stuff or whatever hey Alexa. And does she? I don't know about that one. Wore. She's sucks now. Speaking to sucks fourth of July. They're canceling all these different things. Fireworks display. They got their orders in to purchase the fireworks. Way Back in March when this whole corona virus things started, and so no one's really. You know what are we going to do for through July? You gotta put your order in now well. I don't know what a lot of the laser shows are going to be the next thing. It's GonNa. Be Loud, music and laser shows I. Guarantee You some places. We're actually running big screen. TV's with the video footage of pass fireworks I've heard about some people do that and other neighborhoods. It's kind of. It's kind of rip off. Hey, look, it's a movie of fireworks. Record fireworks on your phone like I'm a this forever. And when you do delete next day, delete look it on one. You never seen fireworks before I never seen them do that. Particular sparkle thing in the air delete. Get rid of it. You know five minute long. And the rockets! Whatever that song is that they play delete at the end of the day. I need storage for my instagram. Pictures delete something that is not getting deleted this year every fourth of July Nathan's hot dog eating contest Joey. Jerry chesnut shows up to to protect his title if he wins this year, this'll be lucky number thirteen. The super bowl out competitor eating has been held on independence. Day traditionally live on Saturday afternoon on ESPN I'll know the location will be changing from from the corner of Surf and Stillwell over on Coney Island, to an undisclosed private location, so the competition can be conducted more safely because corona. Corona nineteen, the fact that just not as a heavy favourite. Why would you say eating contests and heavy favorite in the same sentence? That's kind of ruined, even though he's like a little twig. Repeat to stay the same, I guess he's GonNa. He's the big favourite. Chestnut will try to hold off his five other challengers to become the men's champion for the fourth consecutive year before he attempts to break this two thousand eighteen record of seventy four hotdogs and Buns, he said in Brooklyn two. Two years ago Meco Su who will be played by Bobby Lee in the documentary series. That's a joke by the way we'll try to win. Her seventh career mustard yellow belt cut the puns and stuff on the women's side this time instead of being a big stage outdoors cheered by leads eating compassionate. Fans Jessica and Soto will try to dominate the indoor arena with no spectators over ten relentless minutes. Oh, we'll try to dominate in the indoor arena with no spectators for over ten. Ten relentless minutes Michael Golic will call the action from ESPN. Sure that's town and itself and Co. founder Richard. Chia providing the competitive eating color analysis. Put me up. There I'll make fun of everybody. Just he ready cured. Just how good is just nuts? Chances for repeating. He looks very. He looks at the Oslo Prop Bets and social distancing twenty twenty edition of the nation. The hotdog eating contest the NASA's hotdog eating contest odds for twenty twenty. Will he win one thousand, seven, hundred fifty? Fifty people, said yes. Six hundred fifty people said no, so he's GonNa win. He's I guess he's GonNa win. Who knows who knows what kind of atmosphere I mean. Because when you're out on Coney Island, I'm assuming I've never been there, but what I'm assuming is when you're out on that coney island duck, and you're eating hot dogs, manatat. You know you can eat. Can you eat a lot if it's hot especially if you get the water and stuff, what if they bring in? An air conditioned airplane hangar, and they just have it in there, and there's like a couple of cameras and stuff and you really don't. You get kind of bored. If you're. In front of a bunch of people, the cheer the crowd eat now. These dogs man meeting meeting meeting. Room, but if you're just sitting in a airplane hangar and you've got cameraman there three times, the size at you are and everyone just enjoy chestnuts, grabbing another hot dog and he's putting in his mouth. Oh my God. He's going for the water. Yes, he is Charlie but you don't hear anyone going Yeah Joe. There's no cheer. There's no background noise. There's no kick. Kick in the ass to eat that other. It's like sitting at home with your TV. Loud in the background or something like that. I don't know if he's going to do it I. Don't know if it's the same I would think there'd be a trade off. We can't really do that pipe and some music or something I. Don't know it's slipknot in there something. All right when we come back. How would you like to make? How would you like to retire from your job? In outside of a pension or any kind of retirement and stuff? You were still guaranteed X. amount of money for the next thirty five years guaranteed with eight, said interest after every five years on that. When we come back I'M GONNA. Tell you about this. One person who did that and everyone has called him out, not called him out, but celebrates that day hearing united, states. You Listening Deacon live here. Improper radio back. England. Is Such a young man? We'll dolgin other starving in Japan so. Are. To, be bathed don't want. Food you need. 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Bobby Baena Day why why? Why not? On Wednesday today fifty seven year old Bobby Baena will collect a check for one point one, nine, three, one, million, one, hundred, and ninety, three, thousand, two, hundred and forty eight dollars, and twenty cents from the New York mets every July first from two thousand. Thousand Eleven all the way to twenty thirty five, because baseball salary structure Bobby. Bonilla's annual payday is often more than some game current stars are given in one year. Why does he get that kind of money in his contract? Well, so what happened was the NEOM last play for the mets. In nineteen, ninety nine, he played with the majors cardinals. The last time we played in the majors was two thousand one, but he was paid or will be paid all. All the way till twenty thirty five. Here's what happened. Bobby again has a second deferral of contract payment with the mets and Orioles. Pay Him five hundred thousand a year for twenty five years while Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so what he did was he signed a contract in two thousand. The mets agreed to buy out the remaining five point nine million of bananas contract, however, instead of paying Baena five point nine million at the time, the mets agreed on an annual. Annual payment of nearly one point two million for twenty five years starting on July first two thousand eleven, this included negotiated eight percent interest rate for inflation at the time ready for this. At the time, the mets owner was invested in the Bernie made off account that promised to double digits return the name Thom familiar for you and the mets were poised to make a significant profit, if the made off account delivered, and as we know, it did not this arrangement. Has Left with Bobby Baena making one point two million dollars every July first for the until twenty thirty five, so he he's got another fifteen years. He'll be seventy two seventy two. How much how are you? He will be seventy. Was Age where's age? Where's age? He'll be seventy two and still making one point two MIL now if you play cards, right? A lot of people say well live million dollars. Yeah, but he hasn't played baseball for a while now, and he's still getting one point two million, and so everyone says. That's the first contract of its kind and a lot of people have followed in suit. There's a Max Zhanjiang you're. Some guy the nationals he'll be paid. Away to twenty twenty-eight and many. Ramirez also with the Red Sox will collect all the way till twenty twenty six, so it's kind of you know. Hey, these big contracts, especially the reason I bring this up because Cam Newton has now left the Carolina Panthers, and now going to take over Tom Brady's place over, in new, England and I don't know if he's decided. Wouldn't you decide on? Hey, give me you can give me twenty seven million for four years. You can give me one point three million for the next twenty years. You know that type thing. It's kind of like a mortgage loan, interest, payment, or something like that, and that will free up some some money in the in the old pool. There I do that. Wouldn't you do that instead of trying to gather all now who you might be dead in ten years, you might be dead in five years might be broken. Why not? Why not do it? Why not I think they should structure that anyways, but I mean that kind of taxes, and so have you. Bobby Baena Day right so there you go now. You know you know what some? Speaking known not knowing stuff, so my wife is watching this show called. The order and I saw him on the facebook feed before my phone took a dummy literally took a dump on me and I've seen good reviews and stuff I'll check it out A. I'll watch stuff, so she started watching it and I was like all right. This is not for me about Vampires and magic, and all that stuff and I was like you know what I I'll. I'll pass go play. Play my video games in the other room, but one morning this past Sunday I sat down, and we were having breakfast in the main room there, and you can see the TV from the kitchen. And we started watching well. She started watching it I kind of sat down I was like all you my breakfast here and hang out with you in the morning before I start my daily activities and. The characters are going on. I'm trying to figure out piecing together. You know I've got a film and theater background degrees in this and degrees, and that's all I was what I can pretty much pieces together I'm a smart guy, and I'm like Oh. Hey, there's fewer and she's like who met few were slinky. Yeah, that's the guy from what she say. Honey and shortly kids, and I'm like. No, that's that's a that's Max headroom. She's like who and I'm like. It's this guy. Is this. Somebody score crash. Catching is better. That's. The B. Word. Annoyed if you're drinking coke uis Drinking Pepsi. If you've got to be that way. That's Max headroom and she's like I. Don't know I've never seen that I've never seen that head I've never seen that complete icon in the eighties. If you were born in the morning in the because you wouldn't have seen it, but if you're a person of my age, he can tell my wife's a little bit younger than I am. A little bit Max headroom was a fictional artificial intelligence character known for his quick. Quick wit and studying ring, and all that stuff and he was a staple on MTV. He was supposed to be the quote. Unquote generated computer personality, which in reality it was just a bunch of foam, leather, foam, leather, foam, rubber, and hats and stuff, and then he sat in a green screen. The technology wasn't there to make him. Computer physically generated, so he's got to put contacts on. His is all the maximum. McCall it's headroom and she's like I've never never heard of that I'm like babe, your home tire life. You've never heard of Max. Headroom being an eighties baby. Never heard of it all right. Well, there you go. That's just one of the fifty seven things at her and I just she doesn't get it and I don't she doesn't understand English. When we come back. I'll dive in some stuff that I'm watching and some of the stuff that I used to watch this coming back, so you're listening to the library here property radio your. Mirrors the ban getting bigger. Unpromising among the. Trump. With everything going on in the news today. Sometimes it's really. To leave the house. Now you can protect yourself with the touch cutlass door opener hand tool. It has larger finger loops the most similar you'll be able to slip two fingers through the opening, allowing for more comfort, even when the exertion of the slightest a force it's designed allows you to open doors, drawers, turning on and off Faucets and sinks in pushing buttons on keypads. Get Yours now. You can find them on our website at www dot, prophet radio DOT COM. 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As a little girl, she was always been writing music and always Ryan lyrics. We'll told her that she would never finish school. Her music is different, and she also deals with unique topics and various things issues that she's dealing with today. I want to hear some stuff from now being these whole riots everything that's going on right now so I'll make this. Here's something from her. And that is a serenity pure, and you can find her on profit radio as well now some of the stuff that I have been watching talking about this. Guy Me all of this guy. Everything's kind of shutdown everything's kind of being. Slowing down as far as what's coming out on your Hulu on your Netflix because all the production studios are down all the. Film crews are down. Everything's still. Catching up to us. What is someone? It's now catching up to us now. One of the shows I guess was in the can or in the books a long time ago, and they're just starting to release it now. Is this new series right now? From the creators of robot chicken, the producers of robot producers of robot chicken is this new series on Hulu. It's a stop animation, and here is the trailer that I've been watching. It's called crossing swords. Night. Ship. Ten Years of training has led to this. How am I supposed to be a night for these people? This is a cesspool. Separate from the boys SICOM. Why do we have to strip for this? Guy Said men from the boys now nine, according to bones. We. Can every prisoner death? Exactly execution is a sometimes tree ice cream and bought stuff. Way So. To describe what's going on very very long time ago before the weeble wallace came out, there was a group of before Legos came really really big. There is these little toys called little people and little people. The original little people were I. don't want to say whittled out of would. Like dowels like wooden dhows with a circle head, painted on DOTS and stuff, so it was round dot on the head, and then everything the body and everything was all wooden, the early original Pete. I know I'm losing a lot of you out there. What is he talking about wooden toys? What what farm does he live on? The wooden people they as they advance in making them. They started out square, and so there's all these square wooden little people from the look look. I'll post something on little people. which is the toys you had so like? The little car would have A. At the time, the round ones are out little round cutout, and you put the round thing and it had the dog. The dog and everyone there was a mother and father, and all the different characters with big round head and big weird wouldn't allow body, so this is a stop animation using the very very original ones that are square. On I. Don't know what you're talking about a witch I'm not. I'm just asking for. For many. Here. Welcome to the Queen Sex, DUNGEON AKA What the Might be the worst thing I've ever seen. That's worth so some of the voices that that lend themselves to. This thing is Oh, here we go back to voice acting some of the actors that are lending their voices to this show called crossing swords is Nicholas Halt Broth or I'm sorry. Adam polly Ella Tony Hale? You know him from a recipe development Brechin Meyer. He's always a staple. You always hear his voice as well Adam Ray. Luke Evans tear strong, Seth Green part of the whole robot chicken event Nicole Brown Ben, Schwartz and Rob Corddry. cordray is he's. He's in a hot tub time machine, but see these voice actors that are lending their voices to characters wouldn't fucking characters are they gonNA. Tell them get. Is My wooden character, white or black. It doesn't matter. Just do it. Oh Jamila, Djamil, from is the one. She's any woman from what's the good life. She was the tall Brunette Indian girl very very pretty now. One thing that I used to watch. That's coming back and they've they've done this before. They've tried to re amp or tried to revamp it. Try to get everyone to watch it a few years back. I think it failed in its original birth was a frigging success, and it's this show right here. That's right. Beavis and butthead are moving back to MTV and comedy central. The expansive deal comedy central has inked with Beavis and butthead Creator Mike Judge and three arts entertainment call for the reimagining version of MTV adult animation comedy, which has received two seasons under the order, and also has additional spinoff under the judge will write and produce them provide voiceover, and for both famous characters, because he does a voice for both of them, my judge will deal with part of the major program shift from comedy central toward ramping up the adult animated content and building, original animated series slated around South Park, and Beavis and butthead. So what they're trying to do is they're trying to bring him. beavis and butthead Daria and Jodi which is a spin off from diarrhea I know I'm getting really really Geeky on yet as far as that, but they tried, they tried re revamping Beavis and butthead. Maybe I think. Ten years ago six years ago. I don't know I couldn't get into it. Be Faster Pace. It's gotta be a little bit. If you watch the original ones. They were fun for that time, but now it's it's got to be faster pace. It's gotta be Bam. Bam Bam Bam Bam were. We're here now. Type situation situation that we're Watson. Our TV's and we want the cuts and south and one thing that I wanted to bring up the reason i. Say That is, we're watching a movie called baby's Mama I'm sure you're familiar with it. Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and it was shot in I'm sure probably two thousand six, but released in two thousand eight. Now that's before like the whole smartphone thing took off and everyone you know in the movie had the the flip razor phones and Motorola flip razor phones, for whatever reason the movie film and Theater Major Don't forget two degrees in both departments, for whatever reason the movie cuts in the story line for the time was fine, but now looking back at it, you know they. They always say movies don't hold up. This movie does not hold up because all of a sudden we go from here. We go from there, and it didn't make sense and I think it's I. Blame that on the smartphone that technology all of a sudden we need something, a little bit more rapid pace, a little bit, more cuts, and turns and angles and stuff like that that movie in two thousand. Eight watch it for whatever reason just doesn't hold me. My wife thought was funny because it's one of those girlie movies that they make fun of each other and. It's so funny. It's true it's Thatt's yeah all right well and one more thing before I let you go, let speaking of comedies, a legend who has been in the television industry for years. The movie industry for years this gentleman. Right here has passed away. So what does ninety three? I know what is a number and the number scary? Because I reveal first thing I warning before have coffee. I read the obits seriously. Yes, if I'm not in it, I'll have breakfast. Nearly Ninety Three Carl Reiner is in the kind of shape people. Half his age might envy. Vital signs are. I can live another hour. He only sounds like he's on borrowed time. The truth is though you're still productive. You're still writing. Yes, yes I mean. It's not like you're waiting around. No, I wake up every morning. Woke. Up to my quote, we used to call it a typewriter, my computer by any name. That keyboard is busy. Reiner's just finished the fourth volume of his memoirs. Clearly, the twelve time emmy winner has a lot to look back on, so this guy was a creator of the Dick Van Dyke show, and all these other historical shows that that kind of framed in shape the way we watch TV Today Carl Reiner pass away at the age of actually ninety. Eight. Eight. This was back in two thousand fifteen that article, so he passed away. Comedy legend He has passed on to the Great Maruska in the sky because he was Jewish so i. don't I think each and every one of you for hanging out with us and emailing me all Ura stories and stuff and the way you can do that as got to radio DOT. com, click on the contact us, and you can email me all your stores all things. On the. Thank you guys for. We'll let you get back to what you gotTA. Do My name is a deacon saying tonight? With more.

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Part 1: Vinnie Tortorich In Studio! (ACS July 15)

The Adam Carolla Show

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Part 1: Vinnie Tortorich In Studio! (ACS July 15)

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Your home we do one or the other and then there is your automotive policy. How 'bout you put them together. It's called bundling man take your automotive and your homeowner's or renter's insurance and bundle it up so good thing too because you already have so much to do around. The house is go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see just how much you could save and how easy it is to save when you get your bundle going at geico. That is geiko dot com. When genera gerardo suspected her husband was cheating she secretly recorded him and heard the proof. He was having an affair. Why do they get to me. And then genera began recording herself revealing. How and why she was about to kill two people. More south of delaware jamir jared the thirty two year old one of the big questions. Any mental health professional struggles with is isn't everybody who commits murder mentally ill which most of us would say no not necessarily from podcast one. I'm barbara schroeder writer director of netflix's evil genius introducing bad bad thing the shocking story that made headlines around the world. Subscribe to that bad thing at spotify apple or anywhere. You get your podcasts. He turned me into a monster because he doesn't think about honesty from girl one studios in glendale california. This is the adam. Corolla show adams guest today. Two time heavyweight champion. Frank mir with gina grad on news ball brian on sound effects and vinnie order drops. By and now he's not okay with you not being okay adam corolla. Yeah get it on got to get it on a choice better get on a mandate to get it on for tuning in. Thanks for telling a friend. That about you right. Gina grads right and baldwin. Oh man did. I have gas light. Fake coutts with your roof situation yesterday. It's a bigger picture thing The way people convey information. We've always always talked about that kind of talked about that thing where people go You know send me attacks go. Hey we need to talk. And then that's it and then you go what what happened all these thoughts racer head and then they go. Do you like your coffee like whole cream or like the creamer stuff. It's like don't couch it. that way. Delivering of news. that way. there's just there's just a cadence. I tend to like to soften a little others are a little rough around the edges. But as it pertains to that. I misplaced my credit card and i was trying to think now. Now what happened to my credit cards. I'm pretty meticulous about keeping an eye on things and putting things back when you all when it comes to that. I'm habitual when it comes to that stuff. And i thought what the hell so i was trying to kind of trace it back you know and i said Wait a minute. Sunday night at a chinese food restaurant. Then we went and saw a movie. I must've left it at that. Chinese food restaurant. That's the last place. I left it so check with the chinese food restaurant now and i thought well the movie didn't use it to buy the ticket. I didn't go to the concession stand. Well how'd that work and then Talk to sonning like member. You're in your seat. And i wanted to go to the concession stand so you gave me your credit card already in full recline those in the dentist chair and gave him the credit card and then he said then i came back and i gave it to you but then remember your phone fell out of your pocket in the full recline. We've not worst nightmare. Gear has not caught up to our full recline mode. We're in the house because back they just sit in a movie theater and now you recline and everything spills out because you haven't really made the adjustment differs on pockets and whatnot. Never been a better time for the fanny. Pack people so Then i thought oh yeah you must have handed it back to me. When i was fully reclined i should have stood up like fetched my wallet and put it back in. I probably just took it and put it in my pocket and then lit up. So that's where it is. So i said sunny. Get hold of that movie theater and see if they found my credit card and Course he called them and nobody picked up and then they said send an email and they sent an email but they didn't respond to the email and It sounds actually really hard to get hold movie theater. It is. I think about being there in person. Yeah mr movie phone talking. But that's about it so i said to At some point. I said Matt force punisher get hold of that movie theater that they found the credit card. He couldn't get hold of them and then at some point he said you should just go in. So it's been enough day. So i thought i shall go in And then i went in yesterday. And i walked in and there are some kind of kid behind the concession stand. But he wasn't making popcorn and i said Eighty guys have lost and found and he said yup. And i said well i lost the. I think i lost a credit card. Here can can you go check. See if there's a credit card back there and he said okay and he went into a little side office heard a little back and forth with the manager and then he came back and he went. What's the name on the credit card. And i should corolla spell the down and went okay. Went back the office there for two minutes. Little conversation came back out now. No credit cards because when he said what's the name on the credit card. Oh we're home. He's very we're home verifying it but he broke it off into two pieces. That's not right. That's not how you do that too. Like i have my credit card at that moment when he asked what is the name is good as credit card. Just going to verify it. Nope now like the opposite of the old american express commercial you saw there was There was that power went out this morning. Wait before of something tells me that you might not know you can do this but i hope somebody who can use your phone when into your bank app and locked your card. Yeah well we've done that. We've done that now. But either way cars. Nothing look at it. There is his not been located. Some kid sees gone on a spending spree. I'm sure it's on the floor or in my pants somewhere either way. I'm out of time with that. So i'll replace that Then the Power the power went out first time ever. i think. I don't know when off one off about seven thirty this morning. I was waking up. It was off so you know no coffee no tv. No no no no internet knowing anything so there was that and then i started thinking about it special in california. Is this you know you pass the freeway. Signs that says rolling blackouts and surge and times flex alert and do your laundry at four. Am and blah blah blah. It is an interesting pitch that in california. We are simultaneously the tip of the spear in pitching the electric automobile. But the grid seems more fucked up than any state in the union which is by the way it's perfect on point california messaging right the freeway sign once. We're gonna outlaw. All new gas powered vehicles by two thousand and thirty five. We're going to be the lead the and lead the world and electric cars air. We're gonna electric school bus. Everything that's going to be electric and then every year when the temperature gets over ninety two degrees okay man that we don't have a power grad so be careful. Unplug your fridge when the sun's up right right and that's the irony a lot of these blackouts. I was told our because neighborhoods with a lot of tesla's and stuff who are charging their cars. The grid can't support those so it all homes in on itself right but it is kind of the perfect. It's the perfect storm. Or example of why we don't fully love government or investor. trust read. Because you're telling us do this thing get an electric car. But you guys can't manage the grid all right so There's that little dichotomy was at a mall. In like i dunno hidden hills are thousand oaks or something. there is a row of tesla chargers. Enough guys have seen this. But i mean there were thirty. Tesla chargers in this small degree. But they're more and more food. Yeah this one had a had a bank of of them. I mean literally over twenty maybe under thirty five but if you also it's a it's a half and a half knots as we always said gas is now five bucks a gallon. So if you're driving a truck and you're gardner or you're spreading stucco for a living in your poor mexican you are shit out of luck but if you live next kardashians and you drive the loaded tesla you'll never pay for fuel again. You can literally just pull into that mall. It's got a starbucks and the whole food court and everything just plug it in. But you could do that twice a week. You would never pay another penny for fuel essentially always trying to incentivize people to do the electric car thing i with you get you get into the car. Pool lane or rebates on your battery or whatever and cetera et cetera. The real one for la is going to be the people that get that parking better parking close early entrance. We have a reply. I told chris to reach out to danny two sheets about the menagerie twat. Ooh la la story from vegas and we Ask vinnie frank mirror going to be two guys. Ask about how they would roll with their Montage breakdown versus taking the eight and a hand flat As usual my memory was a little fuzzy it turns out it wasn't it wasn't daniel was jimmy. Now we're all sitting at the same bar getting drunk so you know. This isn't exactly the light of day but he replied this way. Yeah so. I basically said the story i wanted his side and he says okay as much as it sounds exactly like means something. I'd get an intern to do. That's the next thing to when shit sounds like exactly like something you would do. Sometimes it can get transferred. That's a little more. Daniel asks move than it was a jimmy esque move. Yeah he he did a tangent. I did wants pay a fat shit faced internet crank yankers christmas party twenty bucks to take his shirt off and stand on top of a table and announced to everyone what he just angrily whispered in my ear. Which was you and jimmy adam. Get all the credit but we do all the work. He takes his shirt off and he's sloppy drunk here yells at a number the party daniels. They'll never forget the look of horror on our line producers face when that happened But anyway regarding this gym. I had to check with jimmy and sal to see if they had a better memory and they did because it was in fact jimmy who got him to say it. Let me say this. As jimmy has gone full credit over the years for the natalie maynes prank despite my very significant contributions. It only seems fair that this is accredited to me. But i can't in good conscious accept this stolen valor. Alas it was kimmel man of honor. Wow you don't see that these days all right so we got that Straightened out Let's see we got Oh i wrote this down. No one ever agrees with me on on this particular subject but i was Gone myself a glass of water. Put the Filtered water in it you know from the speaker thing with filter built in probably hasn't been changed and thirty one years damage. They'll use that one. I was taking hits off it and it smelled just like a sponge. And i've had it happened a million times. I've taken a coffee mug out of the rack and started put something start foaming have also gotten a lot of sponge off foam and foam sponge. Indicate there somewhat the glass. Ads are saying to the filter so although sorry now the filter the filter are the. The glass had the unhappy at the top. I'm i'm i've always said. I really think the cleaning is more harm than good. Because it's not executed correctly. They take the stuff they squirted in. They rinse it out. They put it in the thing and then the next time you pour something it starts the foam up because there's of the sponges go south and get weird million shitty and all i'm saying is if you have a glass and the last thing that was in that glasses probably water possibly a juice of some sort but around here is probably water bubbly water this give it a good rance with hot water and put it back in the rack. Getting the sponge involved in the soap involved too much too many chances for things to go wrong. Yeah i'm more on your side than you think. I would be. The one thing i would add. Is you give the rim a little wash lips have been there some of been over this thing. Just give the rim a little raw. You know it's funny. Brian's right for me. It's the lipstick quote at what i do. I just rinse it out. And i just take a paper towel stuff. Squeegee that lipstick off right. We've crossed a new threshold in society as it pertains to podcasting if you've found that commercial max pat but i've said it a million times study the commercials and see where we're at as a society because they they're a little snapshot but also commercials can't be confusing. The half to sort of you can't go one of those people. No i don't know what that is. I don't know. If that activity is traditionally they would show people in the kitchen cooking and then they talk about life insurance ham sitting on a swing out in the yard drinking coffee and they would talk about some pharmaceutical something or riding a bike or something like that we are. I i'm gonna make this prediction By the way all couples are now mixed on on television right. Now we're stage in two thousand twenty one where when the kids are involved. They're a mixture of the culture. I say coming soon. White woman black man asian kids. I think that's gonna be the next one that's right because there's a spot open right get an ethnicity and their. Wow or they'll be wearing my new invention which is the best. She's me how's that work like. They take pictures and talk about diversity and all that kind of stuff. But we can't tell who's gay we can see the black guy the white guy and the guy in the wheelchair but we can't find guys got the dog but we can't tell who's gay very offensive mincing or something like company photo or something like that. This has been tried in history before close where yellow stars star absolutely not what rainbow star. I'm going with. Yeah right secure. The yellow star is off limits so in the annals of the zeitgeist of america. I was watching. I'll do you guys one better. If you wanna really like kind of study humanity in our society watch tv commercials with the sound. Down you weirdly. Pick up more to see you to sort of focus on what's going on. I was sitting in a restaurant. They had the all star game up in a commercial ran but of course no sound. It was in a restaurant. I was just studying this Commercial i'll run of the commercial. I think it was humira. I think it was Whatever psoriasis browns. Everyone's got everyone's got something going on with the bowels these these days it's a white chick twenty eight. She's opening her garage. Sorry you can go ahead and play like many people with moderate to severe all her mixed friend with her in couch guest ticket dump later on or black friends gets the fried food and she doesn't and it's the Christina and katie. Chef chris katie show for people. Podcast one's gonna pick that up there on there in the garage old set director. Probably put that in there. How are we gonna know the podcast zone air. They're sitting next to each other through each other problems with with door open heart failure. Is this a lesbian couple. By the way because a lot of time together this lovely day. now they're eating burgers. Starting podcasting made this journey into mainstream medication. The one activity there would not hurt you to just stop anytime crap. His podcasting live broadcasting on the air. Dead air like and ted twenty minutes. Yeah put him on a climbing wall and have like the instructor under unfolded the world. That's when the look hits right. Yeah these enough to push pause. Yeah it's true. You need to pick an activity. You know they have these people. Sometimes i feel like oh. she's gardening. oh boy. i got a couple of inside like you're gardening. You fine the bulbs away so what we should be in on our. I think a shit back. Okay so this is supposed to be like podcasting for the young folk so do the young folk now have more Rumble in the jungle than we realized. This is for young people to sept shitting themselves and not a good sign when people in their late twenties and early thirties of balance related issues. Kind of reminded me that commercial. They ran a couple of years ago. Where the guys on the construction site right and he was to backed up pain. Now he was strung out on opioids and had a dump in three weeks and now they made another pill for him. To take along with opioids. Well we got it all covered. Loosen up the loosen up the stool but the fact that somebody said. We need to have these. We we need a tableau for these two gals to be in the past would have been hiking mountain bike riding or something like that laundry homing laundry now. It's podcasting and again you can't do that stuff if you look at it and goes what the fuck is that. They don't know radio. I don't know what's going so it has to be completely in the zeitgeist gonna run it for major pharma company and you're gonna put it on in prime time during the all star game. We've arrived only twelve years after we started. We've arise yeah. I mean Twelve years ago people didn't know what it was gonna know. What whatever doing call it a pod card. So at just struck me and again. It's why you have to study the commercials because You'll go if you don't need to do a thing where you go. It's kinda my airport thing like you know when people talk about us show successful the tv shows to get ratings. How they do in the demo. It's like just go walk through the airport. If you get stopped the lot the show success you know our people yell. Hey man show out the car window. then it's successful. You could do either crunch all the numbers you want and go. Well seventy two percent of americans say they know what a podcast is and sixty to sixty one percent say they listen more than once a week or you can do all that you want or you can just turn on the tv and see it commercial and go okay. It's here yeah something. we can all relate to. That is something i've noticed. All right we have a couple of stories. There's an article. I heard a story. Rapper walked out of jail. Essentially made it to the curb in chicago and was met by some friends. Have that story. Robbers shot as many as sixty four times as he walked out of chicago. Or max out of your body couldn't hold sixty four ball disintegrate me yes do mile mile. a man who apparently was apparently ambushed after being released from the cook county jail in chicago suffered as many as sixty four bullet wounds to his head and other parts of his body. Police said this year math on other parts of the body. I mean once shot six four times so we we get ahead laugh other parts. The shooting saturday night killed laundry silvester. Thirty one police report said he was pronounced dead at a hospital. Nbc's chicago reported. The victim was a local rapper who went by the stage name. Ktbs dray so that's Just been released. After being fitted for an electronic monitoring and was walking into a waiting vehicle when several suspects exited to separate vehicles and all began to shoot in sylvester's direction sunny corner asks this about the being fitted with the monitoring ankle monitor. I don't know what protocol is if the if the ankle monitor still in good shape as a tax payer like it put back into the system used in here with a couple of china's sixty four times but if it's in good shape on the other hand when you sell a house and some committed suicide in the house you have to disclose it feel like a weird haunted ankle monitor. The next guy that gets that ankle monitor. Oh yeah you know what i mean. There's something really know right now. You may get lucky. Only get shot forty one times if you wear sorry. The killing comes amid horizon shootings this year in chicago and brought her concerns nationwide about increasing violence on monday. Chicago police superintendent. David brown was among city and law enforcement leaders from around the united states meeting with president. Joe biden about efforts to reduce crime following saturday night shooting. The suspects reinterred their vehicles and fled the scene a six year old woman. Who is whistle. Buster was shot in one of her knees and was hospitalized. In good conditions. Set a second woman who is in. Her thirty suffered a graze wound to her mouth. Silvester had posted five thousand dollars bail on friday. He had been ordered held on fifty thousand dollars bail july first after prosecutors last month hit him with a petition for violation of bail bond for allegedly failing to meet the conditions of his release in two thousand twenty felony gun case all right well. So you're sending a clear message when it's sixty four bullets. I'm guessing point is. I'm with biden. We gotta get these white supremacists off the street because it's turning into a killing field over there all right I decided was parr's are that he was shot sixty four times but again. I think that's probably gang related. Imagine they're profiling probably sending a message. All right vinnie's gonna come in. Vinnie is going to we have the final poll by the way on our menasheh twat. 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That is the superstar battery. And if you need a new battery and you may do not wait until you get stranded like Poor matt over there goto riley and check it out now. That is a o'reilly auto parts and they're super starter. Batteries all right except once. Thank you for that man Let's see maybe we should take a break and then we'll do the vinnie and we'll give you the poll and obviously finished. Got all the stuff he wants to talk about as well. We'll get into. That hurt him talking to jean about blood sugar monitoring and all that is she heads to the final stretch for the wedding. Day will Do all that right after this gyco. Do you own the arendt. You do one of the other right you know. It's hard workout their own in renton. You want to save some money. How about your bundle. Bundle your policies at geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle the homeowners renters insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you've got so much do already go to geico dot com. Get a quote. See just how much you could save at geiko that has geico dot com today. That's geiko dot com. It's time to check adams voicemail man that a wedding coming up needing introduction song no one really say please welcome mr and mrs but you got you can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four alice. Cooper's only women bleed that would be my introduction. Everyone and it's a weird soft alice cooper song that. Thank you dawson is that wow show weird alice cooper song very alice cooper when he's like the makeup and everything. Yeah franken san antonio. Yeah wow you see. Take a seed the hair. Oh got the knee spins. But he's a man who feeds indiana. Oh and offense you can blue eyed soul. She craft often. Yeah smokes drinks. And don't come home at century song gina. I'm really the wedding coming all new win bumping this on rehab jackson makes joe head threads and even a simpler times even good song. This song was chartered. Does this kick in eventually. Send this kick drum circle to seventy six drinks and don't come home at all. Well who cares where you needed ballot in the seventies thousand. Thanks to to get nothing reiter. You pull the band's gotta go station the concert right variety refusal. Kim remember how turned out for hurt. Some point in the chick makes a comeback like the is another country and western song is stays no coming back from. They'll coming back. Let's see black is with ground-air. Mary unhealthy relationships. Alison diamonds points. I haven't done. I'm sure somebody wrote this. And told the tommy musical palace sing. I wrote a song. Free bread used to do a lot of the two brads. The number one. Yeah they did a lot of this guy. That baby i want you know. No that wasn't by. But brad. But brad was the pussy whipped version of this. There were on the wrong side of the belt over. Oh no he had to do this in concert because it was a big hit of hair by the ad to do with a snake around us sitting going to kill a team chair. Yeah like at some point. He had to do this. People demand. it couldn't go in the back and wipe up all the kabuki makeup and put the snake back in the cage like to just do it wearing black studied chaps and vast and everything. Yeah i continue. Turner cover this out how that is autobiographical really leaning in plain sight. Maybe that was a cry for help from item may well. I may have sued him for some sort of copyright friendly story. This is the. I own the start on tour. Together and allison's inspired by watching. I continue. I'm gonna lose my mind if i could have said anything. Or if alice cooper said anything like a beater with a boot then. I would have stepped in and said wait a minute. Yeah yeah so sit by the way lyrically super lazy like she makes him dinner or something. What do you mean something that dinner. That's right up there with if i was a painter but then again no how about this guy did can't afford. The rhymes does a larrikin song out. Really he say that off all right anyway. Principles sculptor out really. I didn't even know. I know that was awesome. Lots of words derived for menstrual was also on freedom rock man. They display the shit out of this around the middle of june every year because at an event song should be buried in a box and never play. i know. and then he's like school's out forever but out for summer like i'm in the eighth grade i gotta go back. Sweatshop get a gig out so you're looking at this instruction wait forever. Meaning they'll have to go back. He declared it was out for the summer. Then he said it's the download forever. He should never run a small business because he put that. Sign up the turn out for lunch and the next thing out forever be back. The tail spins let me go to businesses. And they'd be out for a quaint miss that back at whatever it was. So he's got no principle and he's got no principles. I think sweaty soundcloud. Let's listen we can't word. That rhymes innocence. I guess or principal. Wow i never even heard that part of this song. Very emily by moore. I saw many toward rich's Here everyone documentary fat documentary. Two is where you go. It's available now on amazon prime video i tunes as well vinnie. We got the polling for the nasha twat. We have the hypothetical question for you. You're a man of exquisite passion. So i think you're uniquely suited to answer this vinnie's hatem twat. Oh yes yes yes. Okay no more follow questions. What year was this circa. Ninety three conch-shell that makes sense. Yeah oh like the up all night. That era yeah. Some of those. I own this. Ah remember that. Show the rhonda shear up all night on. Yes yes here on like the bed in the background. Oh up all night. Yeah broncos a friend pro friend and They were short material. and i i was living over On any and they would record that somewhere you know just on the other side of west hollywood and she was like get over here. And i'm like i'm your man for get over here. We we need material. They never gave me a script. They never did anything. As a matter of fact they were telling me when i spoke to speak really loudly because there was only a boom mic. Yeah no lobs. Yeah and there was no material ever hear that show was. She was a bubbly blonde. Yeah and she wrung movies. Yeah yeah because every then gilbert godfrey took over for her differently do interstitial. 's no they. Would she would do it one week the very next week gilbert godfrey would do it then it wasn't like they switch off every week and she would have like. That's how i met the barbi twins barbie to end. Yeah you all of these type of people that would run in and out and then after the show we would all go somewhere limo and do the whole thing. And what people don't know about rhonda shear is. She was originally from new orleans. Very smart woman She was a brunette. She might have been miss louisiana very smart almost one some election. I wanna say representative or something like that and then came to hollywood as a flat chested brunette. She ended up on like happy days as me. I whenever it finds you a class finger. She would be one of the girls that were run up never really got a career going until she bolted on a set of boobs and did the blonde hair and acted like a bamboo and ended up on the tonight. Show she That was trying to think we're elvira factors into this era said around the same time so it's like chicks with cleavage. Doing interstitial late night shows where they show movies late eighties early nineties. This your line of bras yard comes yes. She rhonda became very wealthy by doing Qvc type stuff rob dishes first off girdles and i say this kind of stuff. I'm just. I'm so jealous jealous because there's no version of this where it's like. Well adam more constructions and knock around guy and then he got the calf implants right then it got some just for men that's right and actually you know sitting on top amount of money but dumb it. Yeah he was. Yeah i mean. It's like i wish there was a do shit doesn't exist. No she played it. She realized she couldn't get anywhere without the tits and a hair and she did it and next thing you now. She and just capitalized on. This might be a gross story to tell. But i'll tell it she would get request for soiled underwear not just used underwear the from these japanese men and this whole holding and they warn that's yeah Morn that's right. And when she she saw that she was like they want my used under. I'll just come out with rhonda. Here's lingerie or whatever bras. That's how she created that it was just off of guys wanting to sniffer shoes and are underway on everything else. Maybe we could get around on one of those humira spots better than this. Those doing the fucking podcast right some real soil and going on here. Wow and now she's Where somebody did something tired so you got to hang with the barbi twins. Yeah oh yeah. They were hot for a while. I remember the bar again to very smart women. Yeah people think of them have been bowie. You know very smart. And their last name was actually barbie and they had to go to court and fight for that really. Yeah yeah they Again when i was twenty seven. I couldn't get one of my buddies and go. Lets get calf implants dire hair and we'll be the ken twins site. We'll just take over. Hollywood big we'll get a big billboard on sunset strip now on mary ken wall. Or whatever kennedy one of those guy and miles. Shane still married to that guy. Visit ken ken wall. Yes kind. barbie married ken. That's right out of heaven. That guy was like action. hero wall. Yeah he was a baseball player. Who did a show about infiltrating the mafia and it was like this incredible hit. I think his name in a show might have been vinnie and back in the day we looked a lot alike in that era. Look ken wall. Ken wall was A hit for ten minutes. He had a hit. Tv show when they had those like detective shows and all stuff sort of eighties. Hunter stop. yeah that kind of stuff and starting in a movie. Brian multiple movies but but they tried to put him into a big vehicle. It's probably that kind of situation where you're hunky guy have a hot tv show and at some point hollywood. I'll take a chance on you opening a movie but you know. If you're bruce willis in die hard it'll work out pretty good but it doesn't work. You don't really get another bite at that apple. He had a movie called escape. From beverly hills or something where a bunch of a wise guy was. The name of the show and the taking of beverly hills was the name of a movie like an action thriller is a kind of a underseas. Your something in beverly right away. I've never heard just kicking the door at nate's house. Yeah yeah larry. King soup was circa nineteen eighty six or something. Ken wall the taking of beverly hills. What's funny completely matches the description. The guy got one shot. Didn't work out and here we are got the Molotov cocktail and champagne bottle. Sir have must have been eighty five or should we all do a rotten tomatoes guests to take the taking of beverly hills all right Someone say zero write it. Write it down. Anyone can say zero all right. Everyone irwin locked in winter. This one wins the last game. We play. I'm going to go twenty three twenty one three nine. The taking of beverly hills does not have enough ratings win. Three the people have at a robust thirty seven to one of the barbi twins married shan every day. Yeah and now they're cannon in barbie gross than nine hundred thousand bucks but team million dollar budget and it didn't make a million bucks. Oh a lot. When like that's gets buried when like gets approved by one studio head than the other comes in and releasing the piece of shit goes in twenty theaters in the wash. Their hands of the whole thing. Yeah night and well. I said i don't follow ken. Walls career but it sounds like do. I just have a weird memory for this yet but again. That's a perfect example. This guy's got heat he's on. Tv's good look annexed. Popular delays lum. Let him open a movie when you put in nineteen million box and it doesn't do a million box office you do not get to open their action movies. That's that's it and it's kind of a can be luck of the draw. You know shitty script shitty director whatever but if you can get out of the gate with an under siege or die hard or something then you can keep going. Because of course bruce willis moonlighting and he was he was the sort of anti stallone. Short buff wisecracking guide worked. Robert davi our own roberson was in that Are oh in pam anderson and her first film with different. So rhonda shear angeline barbi twins. Elvira like they had a moment. You know the like what exactly do you do Who cares stern stern. A lot was it was he. I'm gonna turn to health and fitness in a barbie twins for a second those girls suffer from bolivia anorexia and they they will also exercise blame ix where they would eat something and then go to the stairs and santa monica and run all night. Long down the. I'll do all night. When i say all night long they would just go up and down. And that's where. After i met on the set at rhonda show with the hair and makeup and everything a couple of months later. I'm going down the stairs in this woman. That's dressed almost like a homeless woman. Big baggy sweats pig t shirt and dark hair and everything. We went up and down. You look at me Knots and she was trying to get me to realize that we knew each other and then one time around cheap stockman. She goes vinnie. And said yeah. Who who are you. And she chain. Shane who shane barb. I i had no idea it was her she she would just go up and down. I would never recognize who without all the hair and makeup. the barbi twins were named barbie. That's crazy them. Obviously sound like nice people. I know them stay. Always struck me as very very media. Savvy calculated kind of creations. You and what you're describing is one way on the camera. One way off yeah. I don't know how i ended up in this limo one night but they were premiering something and it was when tower records. I don't know if it's still on. But they were going to release something that our and the whole thing and we went up and down in the limo two or three times and they didn't see enough people standing out front waiting for him to come they just took off like but but there's people and they were not enough. We're done hypothetical vinnie involving a threesome. Not the by returns. Hang want in their prime. Who do you nail do you have the threesome with barbi twins. Or he haw twin. That's a no brainer. He ought to him. I knew it old school here. Even in real. Yeah that's that's in the spang Yes you kids with all your you porn you j- is in all your usak and all that kind of stuff back. Then he'd just had he haw and he had the he ought to hang on throwing back at you he ought. Twins are the double meant twins. I feel like the twins changed. Cast too much right like weren't there. There are several editor several but the originals went out go. I'll go the. I'll stick with the he got to play. It's not gonna go wrong with the original twins. Young twins The show hee haw had these Bubble headed blondes. That were twins that he all you had to do is be decent looking and have a cup and youtube could get paid. Was that like the hillbilly laffin. Yeah i never watched it. Yeah i was a hillbilly laugh and Okay Okay here you go. He twins or the landers sisters those sisters back in the day. Yeah those are the two blondes. That were hot sisters. There would always end up on love boat and that's a rough one and now you go back and listen to them. They're all incest survivors. You hear that voice that crazy. Little squeaky voice they had. There's the lander sisters see Let me see him. I don't have to go what what were they. They look very familiar. Honest with everything back then girls too like the hang on you take the show the statham out. Look this and i'm gonna tell you to think of something. They may have been one of them may have been on. Bj in the bear which was kind of a you know dukes of hazzard of about a guy who drove a truck. Because everything's about eighteen wheelers back back in the seventies bj. The bears guy drove a truck. The bear was the name of his monkey. Yeah have everything that the seventies had to offer. He had the pet monkey. The guy driving eighteen wheeler and one of the landers sisters was named stacks was like dispatch or something. How do they get away with all right. I'm the lander. Tell me not looking at to kathy showers. I don't know who kathy shower says. Okay you lose your seventies. Sorry she's just playmate of the year. Nineteen seventy-six. I mean really thought while the playmate haffey shower all right. Let's you didn't ask them the real question. The real question. The real question is okay. Do you have sex with one. Eight or a threesome of a combined. Score of ten you can whack it up any way you like. Go with a two and a eight five and five. It's kind of america's certa split now on this hypothetical. A lot of guys here chose the a lot have gone with the threesome. But they've had to be careful about the numbers seems to be. The six four split seems to be the way the way to go vinny. How say you. There's no question there's only one answer here you go with the eight. Oh and here's why I've had my share of eighths I'm married a ten. She's still attend my mind. They attend even though they age. They're still ten. They still act like ten right. That never goes away. everybody thinks they wanna threesome. They have no idea how much they don't wanna threesome. Even when you're in your prime when you can get it going three or four times a night think about it the first time the first is the best not rod stewart's crow covered that some. Oh yeah that's right. That's number one number two after that. You're just trying to. You're doing for god and let's say you had a six four and you did the six i now you're looking at the four and even on a good night you you might have trouble with the six again It's a nightmare. It's a nightmare and you don't want them laughing at you and you go flaccid your video. I'm sorry it's not like the point where they just keep going and going and going those viagra back in my day when you're done you're done and you've always heard the thing of three some. The two girls ended up doing each other and laughing and talking about recipes. That's because you're not doing your job because you can't do your job while i'm glad i asked one number two. I need you to talk to sonny. Because he wouldn't take any advice from spot to make a compelling point about boston the not and then the second nut bus starting with the six the four. Yeah you're right. I'm trying my best to find the he'll twins and it could be my poor. Googling skills isn't really bad but are you sure with he got there. He was the hee haw twins. But i don't know show the show he ha- the show. He had blond twins on it. Didn't they like pop. Out of corn stock or something everyone popped out of corn stock. Yeah and i start with the sex. That's a weird modern picture that he haunt twins. It's actually really hard to google. google twins. Nothing comes up google to google. Maybe they don't exist. Got find a cast picture. Something like popping. I'm getting close hanging now. There was on. He grows a look to like. I don't know. I wo- i may have been biological twin. Just call them. The hee-haw to twelve very sultry barely knew how to use the internet. Right all right so Hee haw twins stick with the a. Don't go with the six. A fool's game fools. Aaron you go with the sex if you do go with the six four split. Start with the four star with the four. You need to climb that hill. that's right. i great our right Let's see got some questions up there. Vinnie we're gonna talk about about altitude training. Let me just talk to kyle from tallahassee. Kyle at ball gina any guile. It's going on not much stay at home. Dad gym teacher for twenty years lost one hundred twenty pounds on. Ns n. g. how Should work looking man down What'd you go from at your at your most three sixty Down to about forty eight terrible nice. Try wanna pull some ball. And so what What's the regiment. What he do everyday well. took me awhile to get here. But now i- intermittent fast coffee heavy whipping cream until dinnertime One dinner that a little bit later he the second dinner for our endo been doing that for about a year and a half and he's still teaching. Jim no also stay at home dad for a couple of news and then i had to was headed back into the gym. That's why decided night to lose the weight because of snow fund here in tallahassee and it's like a swap you're going to be outside so I i got a gym teaching type. Job and Cove it knocked me out of it last year. Some back at Stay at home dad again with the little one well. Let's talk about that schedule for a second and it's good that vinnie's here. Because i believe so much. I mean the way. Most people are wired. I can do pretty good. But it's hard when people are bringing home. Mike subs jersey. mike's and not finishing them. And you just open the fridge and sitting in there but schedule i find up. Have your coffee cream in it and then leave and don't even schedule in lunch so to speak. I tend to just come here and just working really miss. It gets used to sit around at home. All day would tend to want to graze a little more and think about that. And how many times have you heard someone say to a kid. And now i say to myself sometimes you not hungry. You're just bored right like eating. There was a time about one hundred years ago where breakfast was not even the thing in this world It was a campaign by kellogg's car. Maybe posted. I can't remember which one kellogg that. Hey breakfast is the most important meal of the day and once something is is in your ear becomes you know well. It's not only in their ear. What they do accept realized with seen it with cova seen it with breakfast. I've seen it with all the wink mints. And all the stuff you slather all over kids and whatever whatever it is they get hold of the moms and once they get hold of the moms the moms or like you need some hot porridge. You need some instant quaker. She needs something hot. You can't leave the house with an empty tank and you can't just have a piece of cheese or an apple. You need something hearty. you know. So they get they indoctrinate these bill and then it just kind of becomes it just is it's like that that's what you believe and wasn't cornflakes to stop masturbating. Yeah dexter was created by dr kellogg. He he was gonna figured out that you can burn wheat just enough to turn it into sugar That's what dextrose is yet to stop masturbating. Think about vinnie's probably gonna yak. When i tell him this. But the reason i like taking the walks down memory lane with a kellogg's vinnie vinnie in the hee-haw twins. And is you realize how much of this stuff was. Fucking just wrong. Just dead nuts wrong. They weren't even they weren't not right. They were wrong right backward when i was young and vinnie probably remembers this time. I know everything because my mom was a health. Food nut hippie. Who was wrong about everything. She everything came out a fucking mouth except for when she said the name. Adam was fucking wrong. Then she'd say allen once in awhile she was just wrong every every thought she had was a little conspiracy little bit the government and whatever in every dietary thought she'd ever entertain was wrong bulgar. Wheat molasses meanwhile. Yeah it was. We didn't have chemo by what we had. We had we germ and wheat germ which we germ with molasses in it essentially and it's like you got a sprinkle this on everything. You have your big bowl of quaker nuts. Don't use apple juice in there. Don't use milk and then and then cut up an an and take the wheat germ and dump it. On wheat germ in brewer's yeast bergische tasted like shit. But bergey with like the health food you put. Wheat germ came in a penal timey almost like planters peanuts jar. Tiffany take it out and you just sprinkle it on top of everything. Anyways little outlay brusies smelled like rhonda shares used all come on your actually heard people use burrows to spring on like popcorn and stuff if you like that kind of pledge burs uses tough we germ is. I'm sure horrible for you. But it had the word wheat and german edge and they would like toast it and probably goose it up with a low molasses corn syrup or something and it was a little bit sweet and just the whole thing was this wheat. Germ you can eat this stuff right out of the jar. Sprinkle it on everything you make. It'll be that much better for you. Dead wrong all that shit to just wrong about one. Step further the the metamucil and all of the that was all the wheat companies figuring. We're throwing away all this crap. This hosk we're getting. We need to do less convince america because once you convince america you can convince the world. That's convinced america that they need more foul a soluble fiber right. Let's tell them they need this every day. And you know what happens after you take this two or three or four days or everyday your whole system becomes lazy the system and then people so no. You don't understand if i'm taking get constipated. Yes because your system has now become lazy. It takes one or two rounds of constipation for your everything to turn around you. Constitution of turnaround to where you can actually get things moving again. We're not meant to work in that zero environment. Can i go both of right. I literally just googled wheat germ. It says it's a byproduct of the milling that produces refined grain products side effects Diarrhea nausea gas and dizziness. Well if you need to get things moving diarrheas a good side effect in is we germ. I think it's probably sweetened with molasses now again my mom's wrong about everything so her world brown sugar molasses. I was all fine keefer. You've coloring drink. The yogurt stuff is fine. Probably a ton of sugar and but all that was fine and again. I haven't even thought about wheatgerm millionaires. wait a minute kyle. Yes can you haul your fat ass out to the show this weekend and pull ball for us. I would love to your car. You coming from tallahassee we We plan the trip anyway. And then i you said it the other day that you were going to be in raleigh. I was like no way. So yeah so mice little coincidence happy to do it You wanna do with max then looking at it. Oh yeah late saturday late. show good compl- balls by it'll be a good night's comedy club that'll be This this weekend all right. thanks bro. Say hi and congratulations. Thank you thanks. Dr one you bet. All right So let's see vinnie altitude training. Yeah you were talking about red rocks or something or a few weeks ago caught that show and you would and i think you had someone on your like. Yeah you know. Everyone likes to train at altitude. Because you know you can get more red blood cells. You recruit more red blood cells when you're at altitude and that will make you stronger. That's almost correct route. You do recruit more red blood cells. That part is correct. The problem is is that. If you're training at altitude your muscles and you might oka- andrea will never match the red blood cells. So the best example i can come up with is Take pikes peak. And they have a race on pikes peak every year. Where cars go up now. The only cars winning that is electric cars because electric is not affected by the altitude. But if you take a gas engine. Let's say for simplicity that the gas engine is corroborated all carbonated these cars. That are kicking ass at the bottom. Might have trouble at the top because now the oxygen mixtures different at the top than at the bottom. So you're not getting the same mixture so you might want your car to run rich and rough on the bottom so that when you get to the top you can make it all the richer top and win. The same thing happens to the human body. You can make all the red blood cells that you want but if you don't have the engine if you don't have a big enough carburetor in a deep enough intake you're never gonna get what you need to the pistons right the cylinder. Yeah pike's peak is a crazy thing by the way. Yeah people do that race. 'cause it's like nine miles all the way up this twisty road and maybe colorado and altitude of whatever gets snowy at the top and it's hot at the bottom. There's no guardrail over the edge. You go over the edge. It's it's a crazy motorcycles. To some of these guys they yeah. They do everything. They paved it recently. Which is peace. I think they pave. All of pikes peak. There is a. They didn't want it that way. It's twelve point four miles one hundred and fifty six turns. It's really hard to learn. You're going the guys are serious about trying to set a time to time defense. Obviously but you go a little too hot and one of those corners. You're going over the edge and that edge just keeps going. Because you're at pikes peak and yet it's interesting now. The cars used to be affected quite a bit as altitude changed in the air got thinner. But now there's electric cars and even if you have Fuel injected system with the right chip. You can chip incorrectly. But the human body doesn't have electricity are chip. So what happens. And we'll use it to and francis an example what these guys used to do was they were trained. Low low altitude search build up as much muscle fibers. You can't as much andrea as you can might qendra think of that as scrubbing bubbles of energy within yourself of your muscles but now you don't have enough red blood cells because that's what carries the oxygen to the muscles. So with these guys would do back in the day is they will do something called blood doping and that's gone that's well hang on whether do is put it in a centrifuge machine right. Before the event they would put it back in and there was no way that you can detect blood doping at your own and then that guy comes sloppy. You gotta keep a cold. You have to keep it on ice. You gotta move around the to or whatever. They figured out that a drug. You probably took brian At some point They took Not neupogen but Epl epa gen. Okay which artificially makes red blood cells so when you hear about pd. Pd's performance enhancing drug. The media will pick up and go steroids. But it's not steroids. It's actually something that will give you red blood cells they still couldn't detect vat so then they just went okay. Anything with metacritic level over fifty two. We're going to assume you're cheating except some spaniards and italians can get that naturally because of their genetics. So the answer to the question without getting too deep yeah. Should you train it out to you. Should train low and sleep high. So if you train out a low level where below a mile somewhere below thousand feet. You're going to get the optimal amount of muscle training done. But if you spend at least eight to twelve hours up at altitude at night you will built so if you can train at the bottom of valley and then go up to the top of big bear and live that your best bet or you can sleep at an altitude tent. Like michael jackson barometric hyperbaric chamber is the opposite. The it's funny 'cause they always talk. Talk to frank mir about this but there was talk about fighters training altitude. That's the way it always wanting to go up to big bear and train at big bear off top of siberia. Yeah you gotta train at altitude. But it probably didn't do them any good but it probably did help their training a lot because they're away from all the horse bars and probably just went up to big bear like some old timer just went. I don't even know anything about altitude. But there's no good wars clubs fucking liquor stores nudie bars high schools. There's nothing here that these people get into so we'll just go do altitude. Training and big bear is really just getting going to a cabin and not not banging and ball and doing drugs all right. Let me hit Keeps here they are only two. Fda approved medications prevent hair loss keeps offers. You both keeps a simple stress free way to keep your hair. 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The West Memphis Three

That’s Strange

1:45:57 hr | 10 months ago

The West Memphis Three

"You're listening to a downright creepy original on the crickets podcast network Welcome to that strange where we dive deep into the internet. Uncovering anything we think is weird strange controversial or makes you think i'm one of your host. Alex join is always with chad and ryan on this week season. Three premiere were jumping into the west memphis murders. The vicious murders have three eight year. Old boys in the small town of west memphis. Arkansas and the three innocent teenagers who were convicted of the crime. So we have some really exciting news. We have joined crickets the podcast network and also downright creepy You can find them on. Downright creepy dot com. And that's where you can find all the other crickets podcasts. It is an amazing set of shows It ranges from podcasts. They have their own amazing blog. That that we actually read really often because it's a really interesting some of the articles that they put out are just. I mean you can sit there and read it forever so They got some really awesome stuff. Going on we're really excited to be a part of that. And i'm sure there's gonna be a lot to come out of that so we're really excited right guys very much so i figured it'd be a really cool opportunity To get our name out there maybe a little bit more and hopefully maybe even some of you. Listening right now came from there which would be awesome so Welcome if you're new and we hope to entertain you over the next I know ten or eleven episodes or however many we decided to But before we get too far into it We just wanted to remind everyone that you can definitely check us out at that. Strange dot net. You can find links to all of the different things. All of our facebook instagram twitter. So on and so forth and our youtube as well which. I think we're going to be doing a little bit more with coming up so definitely make sure to head on over to that strange dot net and check that out and also check out the show notes. We always throw in some show notes. And it'd be fun for you. Look at those. So we're back man dude. We are back. We had our first legitimate brain. Did and it feels so good to be back at it again. To be back in the saddle again does does house. Everybody's break i got to focus on Obviously family and My graphic design stuff and it was. It was cool. I i feel like. I was still like relatively busy just because i don't know how to relax really but it was. That is true. Yeah yes just got myself. That is very true. As an outside observer that is a one hundred percent accurate. Yeah well i can't help. I climbed a mountain. We just want to say at. It was very impressive. I climbed a mountain and it was. It was fantastic. It was it was very beautiful and very relaxing. It's quite nice Before we get too far into this episode We just want to let you guys know that it is like graphic and you know. Don't listen to it on the big speaker while you're clean the house and the kids are in the other room playing. Yeah so alex alex. Alex is this. I know you to val. That's good that's a good thing. We've been doing podcasting for two two full seasons. So i would hope you know yes ryan. Have you heard of this case before Yes quite a bit. I watched the documentaries very early like pretty early. And i've probably watched at least the first one four or five times in my life and just watched it again recently because we were doing this episode. So i definitely. I've i've i've known about this for as long as i can think back to actually all right. Let's dive right into this. Steve branch michael moore and christopher byers. Three eight year old boys from a small town in west memphis. Arkansas were reported missing on may fifth of nineteen ninety-three. The report came first from the adoptive father of christopher byers. John mark byers at seven pm. The night of the disappearance in sworn affidavits three neighbors reported seeing children playing around six thirty the night they disappeared before they were called home by steve branches stepfather terry hops witness reported seeing michael moore riding his bike while stevie was giving chris a ride on the back of his bike while police searches on the night of the disappearance were limited friends. Neighbors and family members conducted their own searches. Jamie clark ballard lived a couple of houses down from the branches. Family and in two thousand nine in an affidavit. She stated that she saw the three boys playing in her backyard. The night they disappeared from five thirty to six thirty. Terry hobbs and steven branch lived three houses down from us on south macauley about six thirty. We came out. The door and steven was in front on his bike and christopher michael running behind him and they zoomed out real fast. I told christopher i gave him. You need to go home. Your brother said to go home. He said. I don't have to do what you tell me. Do at six thirty. The boy sped off on their bikes carlos. Sales who is another witness was a junior high student at the same time as as the disappearance police spoke to him during the initial canvassing. However bob rough. Who's a private investigator who worked on the case for the oxygen show. The forgotton west memphis three claims police reports. Do not in fact show what he said to to police to the show rough interviewed seals. Who told them. I think i may have been the last person to see them before you know the incident and that's a quote seal also told rough that he saw the buyers with his two friends on bikes around five thirty or six that they were carrying sleeping bags. Seals claimed that the boys were going to sleep in the woods going camping in the woods however the sleeping bag part of this story is kind of doesn't make sense because there's never been any sleeping bags that were found and you know i think they pretty much found everything belonging to the boys that they had on them at least so sleeping bags. Aren't something small that you know could just disappear right so to me. I don't. I don't know where i where i stand on this. Let me finish it out. And then we'll talk about it another witness and friend of seals. Bobby posey told rough. That buyers had come to his house around three thirty that day and said that his dad had quote whipped him and he was going to run away now because of these two accounts there they they go against each other right because one saying she saw him in the backyard until six thirty. And now this guy saying that he's seeing him over by the would around five so that's why i say it's kind of disputed who saw them last. I don't know. Really if i kind of believe any of it. But i'll give you the roughs kind of breakdown. Ballard had mentioned the day of the disappearance that she had walked home with buyers brother ryan clark however upon talking with clark he confirmed that it was impossible because he had left school immediately and went to court so it gets out of school and he has to go to court for totally unrelated incident has nothing to do with this case. Really just the fact that he was not walking home with ballard so this leads rough to believe that the seals account was the more accurate shirt so i think i think what he's thinking here is that she's maybe mixing up a different day because she says i walked home with ryan. I saw him in the backyard plan. I think she's may. That's that's how. I what do you guys and i think that that may have been part of the account where she's actually like. I pretty sure it was that day but it could have been right. It could be confused because obviously when on when you are on record. I mean you're trying your best to remember every detail. But i mean if you're mistaken i mean that's a it's a big deal. Yeah and i think that this. That point alex just made is what kind of muddies this case going forward because of what happens. It's it's a lot of remembering a longtime ago. You know what. I mean right. So more thorough police searches began on may six the next morning at eight. Am led by search and rescue. Personnel searches were conducted in all of west memphis but focused mainly on robin hood. Hills that small patch of woods near the truck. Stop that we talked about earlier. And that's around the last place that they were seen so despite a shoulder soldier sh go back there despite a shoulder to shoulder of robinhood hills by a chain of searchers. No signs of the missing boys were found around one. Forty five pm juvenile parole officer. Steve jones spotted a boys black shoe floating in a muddy creek. That led to a large drainage ditch in the robin hood hills. Sergeant allen entered the water and began feeling around with his hands. Obviously it's too murky to see this. Water is very very muddy and murky. So it's not like they can see down into it so it gets into the water as it moves through the water become stuck on what he thinks a rock or a stick or something moving his foot to the side in an attempt to free it. The body michelmore floats to the surface. Police had been working under the assumption that the boys had drowned following the discovery of the shoe. Right they fell in they. They all three drown that. I think that's a pretty safe assumption for them at at the current moment. Because i just wanna comment real quick on this discovery. I mean first of all. He's already knee deep in this water. He doesn't know what's underneath them. The last thing that i'm thinking he's gonna honestly because whether you're obeyed. Yes he's looking for a body but he's looking for a body in the area around him the fact that he literally and i don't mean to be too gruesome here but the fact that he literally stepped on one of these kids and then what you say. He tripped and fell almost tripped and fell. Whatever but i mean can you imagine. Yeah i mean it's how you discovered right. It's i mean talk about some trauma. Oh for sure for sure. Everybody involved and again to be honest. The first time i saw. The documentary was kind of traumatized after. 'cause they show all of it. You know they show all the crime scene for blurring or blacking or anything. It's just i mean. Yeah it's actually very upsetting if you're not like prepared for it is very upset for sure. And you're not because it's literally like in the first minute so they were working under the assumption that the kids have drowned right. However when michael moore's body came floating to the surface much more sinister theory took hold last may just one day after the three little buddies disappear. Police made a gruesome discovery. Michael stephen and christopher were found dead in a ditch submerged in shallow water their hands and feet bound. They were bludgeoned and sexually abused. Moore's body was found completely naked in hog tied in an unusual fashion. Police quickly realized this was no simple drowning vicious and horrifying murder around ten meters towards a large pipe. That ran over the top of a body of water. That feted drainage ditch where more was discovered. The bodies of christopher buyers in steve branch are found a similar fashion. Once again the boys were found completely naked and hog tied. Their bikes were also found inside of the water. Now i mean you're you're right man. This is has got to be just such a horrifying thing because because it really up until probably one forty-five when he sees the shoe. They're working under the assumption. These kids just ran away right. This is this is not a recovery. At this point. I mean this is. You're searching for kids you know it's not a bother your cover yet. You know now now at this point it is but prior to this. Yeah they're they're looking for life right. Yeah and i think that that's why the searches the night before. Were not very thorough by police. Because i think they're i think they wait like at least twenty four hours to really start searching for a missing person especially children because children run away a lot or they are somewhere with relative that that you know what i mean right so the mystery of the missing children had been solved in the most brutal brutal way imaginable. All the victims had their right ankles tied to their right wrists behind their backs. The same with their left. They had all been hog tied with their own shoelaces. All of the victims had bludgeoning around the head with blunt. Weapons with the possibility of punches. And kicks. now this is. This is a lot of stuff that i'm taking from the autopsy. Okay so keep that in mind because we're gonna probably discuss some of these injuries in a different fashionable later. Most definitely other injuries included. What looked like gashes. On the back of chris byers legs as well as a bite. Mark on buyers and branch k. Again i'm gonna talk about something really dark here so buyers had also been castrated. The autopsy shows showed that buyers had died from his injuries while the other two boys have died from drowning although their injuries were significant enough to cause death. The vicious crimes sent the shot. Sent a shockwave through the small town of west memphis from the beginning. The police were under immense pressure to get results on this horrifying crime as you would expect the muddy and slippery. Banks of robinhood hill made it incredibly difficult to process as a crime scene. The fact that the interstate was so close as well as the blue beacon truck. Stop that we mentioned earlier meant that whoever committed the crime had easy access to a quick getaway. The boy's clothes were discovered wrapped around sticks and stuck into the muddy water in an attempt to hide them. To the boy's underwear was never recovered. No weapon was discovered on the scene. So i went kind of back and forth on writing this next thing because i had only read a couple times and it doesn't really lead anything but i thought put it in there anyway a week after the murder someone had called the west memphis. Police department and taunted the police saying quote. I'm the one who killed the three kids. What are you gonna do. Close quote. caller was never found. So you gotta think that happens in almost every major murder case right. Somebody's calling it. That's some psychopath. Trying to trying to take credit and that stuff. I'll i'll never understand why people do stuff like that. I mean you have to be absolutely insane. I mean to to not only wanna take credit for something like this but then if you didn't do it you're causing insane. I mean it had spent some kids. But you're not only you're not. You're not only inducing panic. But you've throwing the trail off the actual killers in some capacity because a lot of these things are investigated to appoint. They're gonna find where the phone call came from and that kind of stuff so it's wasted resources but it it's like anything else. Man's like people that mary zero killers in prison. Like why but yeah. I mean i. It's just one of those things. It's it's the same thing as like. You're walking through a park and you call the cops because somebody's doing something you don't like like it's not really the cops job to like. Make sure that someone's not barbecuing in a park where they're not supposed to be barbecuing like that's not really something for the police to come in handle you know what i mean like. That's just kind of a waste of resources like there. There are bigger more important things to be to be investigating and calling in and saying that. Oh yeah. I'm the one who did it unless you're really the one who did it like you're just wasting people's time. What's the point of that phone call. You probably tied up a at least probably two police officers trying to that. Maybe for a period of time they could have found some more. You know more information or been on the scene of something else. You never know like there's a lot of possibilities and you're just tied up. It's just like that. The radio show or were that guy called in pretending zodiac. And all this right yeah. Same thing same exact thing all right so we're gonna move onto last part of my section here the investigation and i put that in quotes investigation during the polices door to door enquiries. They discovered that both a black and white van were reported to have been following children through the neighborhood in the weeks leading up to the murders startling. Some children enough to mention it to their parents. I think that's a big. That's a big thing. If you ask me it seems like it's not in this case and there's not a whole lot of talk about it but the main most important part of this case is arkansas. In nineteen ninety-three was seemingly gripped by satanic panic from the late nineteen eighty s three little cub scouts. Hog tied and left in an arkansas ditch and three teenagers enamored with satanic rituals arrested. Although law enforcement and courts refused this fact to me. It's abundantly clear. If you were not a follower of christianity in the area were automatically deemed a satanist this coupled with the apparent sexual mutilation and some strange markings on the trees at the crime scene. There was like a black cross and then another one had a black circle drawn on. Satanic ritual became front and center for the investigation. Jerry driver a local juvenile criminal officer was asked to provide a list of young adults who are on probation interested in satanism or witchcraft. Top of the list was damien echols a local eighteen year old. This placed echols and his best friend jason baldwin firmly in the sights of chief inspector ritual. Who's kind of helming. The investigation here echoes was brought in for questioning two days later but released without charges while the police had themselves a gruesome murder to investigate same standard police procedures were not conducted including interviewing terry. Hobbs stepfather of stephen branch. Which i find. Oh my gosh out of everything. In this case man this baffles me the most. how typically the way that police investigate murders is. It's always it starts at people that knew him family that kind of stuff and then branches always starts with the family. It's the same thing like if a spouse gets murdered the i suspect is usually bright acres. You know like that's always the way that goes. You always look at the family who's closest and especially with this level of violence. Usually that indicates the person knew them like that's almost always the absolutely absolutely and and the fact that they were hidden is another big thing. There there wasn't like a crime of passion that somebody murdered these kids and took off like they took time to conceal this crime. Right seal. the clothes stick them down in the mud. You know so. They couldn't be found. So okay i get worked up. Talk about terry ops. But so the other thing that really bugs me this too is. They found the three boys with no sign of blood anywhere nearby and they were pretty much examined extinguished which means they were entirely so they were killed elsewhere most likely so why would you not look at people that would be capable of handling that. Like adults like dad's or father or just guys in the area like guys like why would you not look directly towards them immediately. The odds that one two or three teenagers would be able to carry this out with this much precision and leave. no blood at the scene are just. It's just incredibly low likelihood right. I think that. I think they had their mind. Set up from the gecko from finding the children. I had read. I didn't put it in here. Because i i couldn't really find a legitimate truth to it but i had heard and read multiple places that one of the juvenile officers Crime officers that were on scene at the bodies said quote when they found it damien. Echols finally did it. He finally killed somebody so from the get go like literally minutes probably after finding these kids his name is thrown out there so i think that they were targeted from the beginning. Yeah i think. I think from the beginning they didn't need to interview terry. Hobbs which is baffling. But they didn't need to because they had their guys they knew who it was. And you just gave me the perfect segue into my section Because they were targeted. And i don't think if anybody out there listening to this hasn't watched these documentaries. I highly recommend you do so. It it's a harrowing journey. There's a lot of things in there. There's a lot of very dark stuff but it's worth it's worth giving it a watch. But as we just said damien. Echols jesse ms kelly. Junior and jason baldwin. Were the three that were that were targeted for this. The kids were railroaded because of their mullets. Dr clothes and fascination with the occult and they were targeted pretty directly and if you actually go back if you haven't watched it But and you want to Like we said earlier. It's pretty dark. But if you wanna watch the documentary which i don't think we've even said the name of yet it's called paradise lost. There are three parts. It's actually pretty awesome. The first one star is right around the time of everything happening. The second one's like late ninety s a little bit of an update in the last one was like this decade in the past. Like i don't know eight years so it's much more up to date. But basically these three kids based on their interests and things they had said things. They read from the library. How they dressed they were they were targeted believed that they were into that they were all satanic at least damien echols for sure because he walked around with metallica t shirts and wore all black and had long black hair and read books a lot and was interested in alternate religion and he was a loner right. So obviously if you're in a state where in an where people are really concerned with satanism. You're going to probably target these kids. It's the first thing you're going to think of. I can see it. I can understand what it is. It's basically modern day. Salem which damien echols actually says at a certain point they're targeting people to witch hunt and and i would agree with that actually now. This was i. Even though these boys weren't satanic they were clearly labeled that way and during all of this jesse miskelly. actually was brought in for questioning. Which chad mentioned a couple of minutes ago. He was brought in for questioning and clearly that this was questioning about his first report and everything else But what they actually did was. They sat him down for several hours and just kept pounding him with questions just over and over and over again and when he would answer they would act upset with the answer and they would rephrase the question in a way that was kind of leading him to eventually get to the point where he would say what they want us wanted him to say but one of the teenagers jesse miskelly borderline mentally disabled with a documented low. I q confessed. After four hours of police interrogation implicating. His friends he would later recant but the town was already convinced. Three devil kids were guilty now. That sounds like i'm just blaming cops. I'm not jesse. Miskelly had an iq of seventy two now. It's pretty widely understood that people with a lower iq able to kind of being pushed in a particular direction. It's pretty well documented. So when you've got someone who has a low. I q like this. His his brain is telling him. I need to escape the situation. I need to get out of here. I don't wanna be hounded anymore You know what. I if if telling them what they wanna hear is going to get me outta here. I'm going to get out of here. They don't think about how you know what's about to happen they. They don't have that connecting piece to the to the conversation ryan and unfortunately something in their this. This kid was interviewed from. I believe like nine. Am till well after dark so so probably you know. Twelve hours this kids in an interrogation room with an iq of seventy two handed about something. He doesn't know anything about and ryan's right there leading him to the interview tapes. They're leading him in telling him what to say. It's abundantly clear. He originally says we murdered them at twelve in the afternoon. not possible. The kids are not a school so are you sure. It wasn't later Two or three. Yeah you sure it wasn't late in. That was getting dark. And then he's like five or six and then he's like well earlier. You told me it was eight or nine. It's just leading him to exactly and they do that with everything to the to the injuries on the boys to the time of the murder to everything. It's just it's it's hard to listen to men and how how any jury could have convicted these kids based or at least miskelly based on that confession is is truly baffling to me. I completely agree. And it's it's disheartening. it's upsetting and and you know we'll get to the outcome of all of this and what happened years down the line as a result of this ridiculous investigation as you put it in quotes in our document earlier. It deserves that It's anything but it's basically a witch hunt for three kids that they think did it and they found one that they could a course into saying that they did do it and that. That's that's what this whole thing hinges on and that's a that's a real shame and You know the next thing. This is the part where it gets really upsetting for me. And i'll i'll get this in a second Even though damian's damien echols was actually. He definitely was interested in the cult. interest is not mean guilt. So he read about anton avai. Which if you don't know that's a person who will save nist and had a very particular way of approaching it he read about cultism read about wicca satanism as well as several other random religions He didn't do this because he necessarily necessarily believed in it. He was just interested Interested in like the dark. And the call because i mean frankly if you listen to him say it. It was something different than what he was surrounded with so he wanted to read about it. He was just interested as a you know an intellectual study i wanna know what this all is He read it to understand it right. it made it. You know it's for most people that serves as a way to become more well rounded and be more kind of aware of what's going on in the world so that you can talk about things right. The bottom line is that effectively. I was these kids. I grew up with heavy metal. And i had mohawks and all kinds of weird stuff and like this is something that this is the reason. By the way. I said at the top of the episode. This is the reason that i knew about this as early as i did is because it was something where the people that That i hung out with. We were all acutely aware that people that were just like us. Were being railroaded firm murder. They didn't commit because of what they were interested in. And what they looked like it's It's an unfortunate situation. But at the at the end of the day i can completely entirely Associate myself with damien echols. As far as what he was into at the time you know. I did the same things i read all the same stuff. I looked at all the same stuff. I hung out with people that were wiccan. Hung out with people. That are that were satanists. Hung out with people that carried Books by anton lay around with them. Like i knew all of this stuff. I read it. Because i want to understand viewpoints. And i did the same exact thing. I wanted to be more rounded. I wanted to know enough about other religions to be able to discuss them regardless of my belief system or anybody else's just wanted to intellectually understand them so to me. The things that happen to these kids feel like they're things that could have happened to me at the time and as a person who has really only been in two fights in my entire life thinking of the i think the idea of going to jail for murdering three boys an very gruesome way based on the books that i checked out from the library. And how. I dressed is extremely disturbing. Reading books does not necessitate. Belief in what you're reading interest does not necessitate being consumed with that The bottom line is i. I was one hundred percent these kids. And that's the thing that like. That's the thing that consumes me about. This story. is that identify entirely with with what they went through or at least why they went through it. I guess not with what they went through refresher. But it's just one of those things where i remember reading about it. Then it's upset me since then When i watch it now. I see a young me sitting there being told. He's going to jail for doing something he didn't do. Now much later damien echols you know he is interested in the occult and writes books about it so it's just something that he's always been interested in it but that does not make him an evil person. Whoever did this murder is an evil person or several evil people. It i do not believe in. I can't even be forced. I think to believe that either of these three kids had anything to do with or were actively participating in i guess would be a better way of right. Yeah i think the. I think the the main thing here for this specifically as far as all that goes is there from our which is probably fundamentalists wing bible belt area. So if you're not like. I said earlier in mind part if you're not a christian you're automatically a satanist and when you look at some of the injuries on the surface before you get into why those injuries are there it could maybe look like satanic ritual that these kids who are sexually mutilated and all this stuff. And they're they kind of went back and forth on if these kids had been sexually assaulted as well but i. I know that alex. And i think got pretty convinced reading some of this stuff that a lot of these injuries that these boys have our from animals after the fact after they were dumped into the water specifically turtles. Now i know. I did not which is insane. I know that. I did not realize how freaking crazy turtles were and how vicious they can be but a lot of the injuries that are on. These boise's are not caused by a knife. They're not the especially the the injuries. Christopher byers was not caused by. I mean even in the trial. They say that you almost have to have surgical precision to pull off some of these injuries on him. They were done by turtles in. There's a ton of people that say that that that area of water that body of water that they were dumped in was known as turtle city because of her so many different turtles in there and even like some of the bite marks show and some of the documentaries like spot on from a turtle like i. Yeah it's exact like literally spot on when you look at it so. I think that these everything was working against these kids they they. They look at the surface of these injuries. They say oh it's gotta be a satanic cult because everybody's scared of tanta colts in this area. And then they look at damien and they say well you know the only person that can do a vicious crime like this is a kid like that. You know what i mean. And it's when he's like the most unassuming not year round ice sounding person like every time he's talking. I don't know if you guys ever listened to the band. Bright eyes but the the singer from bright is connor oberstar. He reminds me almost identically of him. Like just a calm soft spoken. Nice person just sitting there playing guitar singing a song. That's where amy knuckles and it's just so funny that anyone could talk to him for more than five seconds and that he was a violent person. Right yeah it doesn't make any sense right. I think for us. It doesn't but i think for the people that were living in that town at the time under the fear that they were under from these vicious murders and from this satanic panic that was going on. I can kind of see why they picked that kit out. I will say. I'll admit that while. He dresses weird and and all that stuff. I don't really care. He does say some weird stuff does he. not sometimes. oh yeah. I mean if you look at the things he was interested in i mean he one hundred percent check out these books he he wrote it. I mean honestly like in the in the documentary. They show him in court and they have like a binder that he had in their reading quotes and things that he had written on. The inside like edgar allan poe quotes and press like. I did the same thing. Yeah i think. I even had some of the same quotes written on the inside of my binder in school like i. It's just it's so funny like he's just a sad kid that's all he is. He's just a sad quiet kid who wants to read about dark things because he said it's normal. That's that's what the whole alternative culture is. That's what he is. It's just it's fine. Yeah and for all the satanic stuff in the trial and all of the writings and all that stuff and the way he dresses in the way he talks and some of the weird stuffy says and some of the weird faces. He makes that kind of stuff. It doesn't mean he's a murderer let. Let's make that abundantly clear right now just because he's doing all this stuff and listening to metallica. In in reading books on alternative religions does not make this kid a murderer. And i personally do not believe there is enough here to convict him of murder and i don't think that's a disputed fact with anybody except for possibly the jury and some of the detectives and stuff involved in the case they obviously thought it was. And that's why we're talking about it right now so just before we go ahead and get into the suspects and these surrounding theories and who we think did it. We're going to go ahead and let you hear from a- our network downright creepy and the crickets podcast network here. 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From jesse miskelly led a storm led to a storm of court appearances in media frenzy that lasted for years. After many years of the west memphis three being held responsible for the murders multiple private investigators and individual activists conducted their own investigations to find out what really happened. This lead to a breakout of new evidence and suspects that had been considered suspicious and one who had never even been questioned by the police despite being close to the victims and even having a possible motive for the murders. So let's get started. There's a lot of fire here to like. There's a whole lot of possible suspects that the police just completely and totally didn't even talk to or completely overlooked even though there was like an abundance of reasons why they should be looking at them. It's it's a very strange thing that they they did hear. It shows how they they. Purposefully made this such any easy hidden hidden. Be done with it. Like close the case where good. We got the kid that we don't like any way. Yeah now we can finally put them down on something. We're we're dealing with three kids that live trailer parks. Nobody's gonna ask questions about a thrown in jail will get everybody off our backs it it. I mean we can make it look like they did it now. I don't know if i necessarily necessarily believe that these cops did that. You know what i mean. Because that's that's like a different level of corruption. Right i i. I'm with you a little bit here. And i'll tell you kind of very briefly. What i think their their motive here was. I think that they got. They got trapped. I think that early on they pinpoint pinpointed. These kids. it was a very high profile case. And i think any mistake or misstep was going to be analysed to death and i think what they did. Was they pinpointed on these kids. They got laser line focused on him and any disruption to that would have made them look bad in the face of national news. And i i really. There's part of me that just thinks that it was a it was a low like a locomotive that got started and they couldn't stop and i feel like they were just as caught up in it. Unfortunately as the three kids were in reality. Well i mean that's still entirely unethical true. I don't think you're saying that it's not. Yeah i i agree with that. I'm just saying that. I don't think they're going. I don't think that they yes. They targeted these kids. But i think that at least some of what they thought was. The evidence pointed to these kids. I don't think they were just plucked with you. Know nothing to show for it. They thought that that they had a credible Tip essentially saying that That damien echols was You know Worshiping the colt acting like that. And obviously that's a huge red flag to them and they're like. Oh my gosh yeah. Obviously he did it right. Ryan lots of different theories. Yeah yeah all right. So starting with chris morgan and brian holland early in the investigation. The west memphis police department considered these two teenagers as suspects solely due to their drug history. And the fact that they left town for california only four days after the murders. This is something that honestly could be seen as suspicious but given the fact that they are teenagers and they probably have some sort of alternative lifestyle drug history. It is not abnormal for teenagers. Especially when they got nothing else going on to just get up and be like hey road trip by you know. It's four days after the murder. I get that that's the one thing that could be seen as suspicious. Otherwise seems again like they were targeted due to their drug history which has nothing to do with murdering three kids. Not at all so. During questioning polygraph tests police state. Both teens acted deceptive and suspicious. Chris morgan even stated that due to his drug history and blackouts. He may have actually committed. The murders without knowing wiley was high. He then recanted this statement. Which was probably a good idea honestly considering they were eventually eliminated moving on to the man that was dubbed mr bojangles. So let's go back to may fifth nineteen ninety three at eight forty pm. The west memphis police department has just received a call that a black man covered in blood entered the bojangles restaurant near where the bodies were discovered. The man quickly went to the women's restroom. Ten minutes later the police arrived witnesses. State that the man was disoriented bloodied and went straight to the bathroom and left just before the police arrived on scene when the bojangles employees went into the bathroom they state that the wall in the bathroom was smeared with blood samples from the blood on the wall were taken on the scene which were later never tested and claim to be lost. According to records no interview is conducted and during the court hearing the suspect was essentially deemed unable to commit the crime due to the fact that he was also wearing a cast and would not have been able to tie up the bodies let alone carry them with one arm being disabled. So you know what do you think about that. So let me talk about mr bojangles here. I think this is a this is kind of when you read this. And i think i don't know if you left it out. This guy was incredibly muddy to okay. So he's muddy. He's bloody is disoriented. Renae walks into the bojangles restaurant seemingly right after the murders and it's it's baffling to me a that. The blood sample. I believe was lost. Which is like my god. It gets me so worked up that they just. Oh we just lost it. Yeah it was never tested we. We lost it. However this has been like a hotly debated thing this mr jingles guy in a majority of the private investigators have kind of. I don't wanna say disproved it. But they kinda rule him out in that documentary. I had discussed earlier. The bob rough one. He has a special forces guy start at the area of the murderers in make his way down the by you to the to the bojangles restaurant with a cast on to see if it's possible to see what kind of condition he's in at the end so this guy makes his way from the murder scene along the banks of the of the by you down to the restaurant and when he gets there the only way to get over to the restaurant is to actually cross through the water of the bio so when he gets there he has no on him whatsoever. You soaked but he has no mouth on him whatsoever he says you know the the cast really had no effect on me being able to do this but the fact that this guy was completely covered in mud and it was like he would have really had to be booking it to get there he he. He's ruled out. And i don't know if i i mean what do you guys think on that. Is that enough to rule him out. I think i think the the cast is enough to rule them out. Because i i don't i don't personally think that the holds a lot of water. I think that you know crazy. People exist and this one in particular. I don't know. I think that you know a guy with a cast. Three boys killing them doing what he did. Obviously killing them somewhere else dragging them. They're like that. That seems that seems like a weird thing. i'm not. I'm not sure what that is. Yeah i mean. I yeah i i was just gonna say i definitely think it is highly suspicious. It is sauce. Okay like the fact that he just wanted to walk straight to the bathroom. Yeah he had a you know go poop. And then he's done but the point is is like it was it was definitely something to take a look into and they definitely should have done that especially the fact that they're right next to the murder scene where the boys were found yes they absolutely should have looked into it a little bit more than that. The blood samples should have never been lost. But you know i. It's one of those things it's like it's like they screwed up so many times you have to at some point like just keeps growing so right. There are so many points to this where you're like. How the world is this legitimate police work. And and that's a whole other dude. That's that point. And i think that's where your most upset chad as well and and you ryan as well but i think honestly this happens all the time and and it is upsetting it's upsetting and it's gonna get even more upset guys. Those listening the ending. I mean i'm not gonna give away the ending for those who Who don't but stay till the end. Do not stop. Keep going because this gets crazy. Yeah i i agree with you. I think the mr bojangles thing. The this murder to me does not seem like somebody that just strolled into town. Murder these kids and then dipped out real quick. This is not like a heat of the moment murder to me. I am not a trained investigator but to me concealing bodies and and concealing clothes and tying kids is just it. It seems like a personal thing to me. That's just my. I just don't think you go to this level. If it's not personal right. I mean i. We've discussed before but i. I read a lot about like crime. Study and things like that. And and i you know. I've watch la documentaries about it and this is something that they say over and over and over again. Is the idea that you know a crime that that is this violent is usually personal and then the fact that the bodies were then hidden means that the person felt bad about it which usually only happens when it was personal murder means. They had remorse right the fact that they were killed somewhere else and dragged there with no sign of blood also means that it was. It was organized Which just points more and more and more to it being someone who knew them someone who had something to some mean thing or some you know some something against these three kids or at least one of them in the other two were caught up it just points more and more to that at least from from what i know of of how to study this stuff and how to look at it it just seems more and more like at somebody who knew him right and alex is right here. This is not something that's rare. This happens all the time. The only rare part of this is there was an hbo crew there from the very beginning to documented all. That's the that's rare in this case so moving on to another Highly suspect suspect is john mark. Byers buyers was the stepfather to christopher byers. One of the boys who were murdered he was initially targeted. Due to his unrelenting activity after the murders buyers was extremely upset after the fact is any father would be however between his overly aggressive characteristics and a suspicious knife that he gave to a cameraman while shooting the documentary. Paradise lost that. We talked about earlier. Increasing suspicion led the knife to be examined where blood was found on the knife By the producers of paradise lost and they brought it brought it to the attention of the police department at that point so they brought him in during questioning. Byrs stated that he may have cut his thumb while carving a deer with the knife when previously stated that he'd never actually used the knife at all the blood and question matched that of christopher buyers however due to the same dna linking christopher and john mark byers by blood relation. Obviously it remained inconclusive s. Who's blooded does eventually buyers agreed to take a polygraph which he passed eventually eliminating him as a prime suspect in the murder. And i just wanna say that you know from very very early on. I always thought it was this guy again. We keep talking about the documentary. And there's a good reason for that if you watch this documentary in about the first five minutes you think it's him. This guy is a psycho. He is like basically performing and somebody said this at some point in i. I don't know which part it was. But somebody pointed out that he's it almost seems like he's playacting and that doesn't seem to fit with someone who is innocent. I mean he is just like completely playing it up talking about like all this stuff the things he's saying it sounds it. Sounds like he is auditioning to play like a part in hamlet somewhere hillbilly hamlet. But still i mean this is exactly what this dude is. He looks like he's playing apart. Even the part where he's singing in the church and he has like a little sermon. He looks like he is playing the part of grieved father and that just never sat right with me ever and i don't think we're going to get into a lot of the other stuff. I just want to mention it. Real quick they eventually. They didn't find it. I they eventually find a bite mark on christopher buyers right and it turns out that they can't test the bite mark of mark buyers because he had his teeth removed after the murder and he now has dentures. I mean there are so many things that could point to this guy being the guy who did it that it is unbelievable to me that he wasn't researched more and that he that that at the end of the tea at the end of the day he passed a polygraph however There's a one point. I want to make about the polygraph. He was on three to four antidepressants when he took that. Which are going to mess with the results. So i still to this day. Don't know for sure but man if that guy doesn't seem like the most guilty person on the face of the planet when he's being interviewed. When i will agree in on your point. When i i watch paradise lost to. It's totally sky. Like this guy is so weird but when you realize i think he's just a quirky dune man. I think he's just weird and that's not rare for the area that they're in because literally almost everybody's weird to us right because we naturally so they're all they're all just super where everybody the cops that are all. i mean. They're weird the other point but we still love them but we still love him. Yeah absolutely still love. We love our fans in arkansas. The other point so much. The other point i want to make is that the. There's no knife injuries on the boys. There are people that they were suspected. Right era people that believe that there are knife. Yeah the the original metal medical examiner ruled out turtles which is baffling to me and claimed that they they were caused by a knife but for because the guy was but for every everything that he said. There are probably forty people. There are saying he's totally wrong. He isn't what he's talking about. He's reading this totally off. It's clearly turtles there. Are no knife marks. These kids died of drowning. There's no stabbings there's no scratching so the knife thing to me while it sounds old. There's he's gotten he you know. He's a quirky dude and he's super weird and he's playing a role. Maybe as ryan said. He's got blood on a knife. You know it sounds. It sounds strange to me in my eyes. This guy did not do it. That's where i stand. I agree. I think we all agree. So why don't we talk about the guy that we think did it. But before that let's go over the timeline because a lot is about to happen. So let's start in the beginning in nineteen ninety four damien echols who is eighteen years old at the time. Jesse miskelly seventeen and jason baldwin sixteen. They are charged with murder in court and sentenced to life in prison. Plus two twenty year sentences echols was facing the death sentence moving forward nineteen ninety-six to the two thousands through multiple investigations. Both private and official new evidence has surfaced and controversial police work exposed showing that multiple pieces of evidence were thrown out covered up or otherwise dismissed giving the judge no choice but to charge the west memphis three with the kelly's one particular court testimony was actually recanted by vicki hutcheson. She was the one who was in court During the highly media publicized court case. Which you can find on youtube She's the one that said that she saw damien echols in hung out with him and that he was highly obsessed with basically with satanism and and that's all they talked about and he was absolutely the type of person who could kill someone well then when she recanted her statement and the officers actually They were relatively in line with her recanting. Basically saying that they told her to go in and tried of tried to get to damien echols. Try to build some sort of rapport with him so that they could get information and the basically said the only thing they told her to do is to not get caught. She said that she went there and he was absolutely normal and that she even tried to get out of him. They even staged Wiccan and satanist books on the coffee table to try to get him or honored. Ask or something to try to get him to talk about it and he was like what in the world exists. And she's like oh you like this stuff and he's like well i mean i don't know i guess like gosh. Did you hear about murders will you. Don't you didn't have anything to do with that. Did and he's like no. Why would i do something like that so like he was. He responded appropriately and she and she said after the after she confessed to lying in court she basically said no he's just like a totally normal guy. Totally normal teenager is what she said so she all's yeah and she also said that she stated later that the police actually threatened to take away her child if she did not cooperate right so pretty crazy stuff so moving forward to two thousand and seven. This is possibly one of the breakthrough. Pieces of evidence is found after sitting and never being tested over many years. Dna from the crime scene was tested in two thousand seven and they found a hair in the shoelaces used to hog. Tie one of the victims. This hair was found to be consistent with dna from our next prime suspect. Let me touch on this hair. Real quick because i think where it's found is very very very important. It's not just on the shoelace. It is found in between the not that is tied on one of the shoelaces. The not that was used to tie the boys up that to me while it could be out of say it's entirely possible that secondary transfer and it was already on there and he just happened to time in ought right on it however that to me is like i tied the knot in it ripped a piece of hair out of the side of my hand while i was tying it. That's how i take it right. If it's tied in the not absolutely have it seems like it would have had to have fallen at that exact moment right. Yeah yeah yeah. It's falling at that moment. Right before you tied the knot it falls on or it gets ripped out of your hand or whatever it's not it hasn't been there through all this traumatic stuff. That's happening to this kit. These kids just you know and you just happens to tie it. That's what i want to say. No it's definitely something that is absolutely would have been worth testing and it just sat again. It proves our what we said before that that this was shoddy police work. It was possibly. We're not saying it was but it was possibly something that was intentional to try to cover up their work. Because it was like ryan said highly publicized. Something that everybody was watching something. I mean you gotta think also this is the early ninety s. Okay publicized court cases. Were really that big of a thing at that point. I know that it was you know they. They even said they had to stretch miles and miles of wire and cord in order to even get the technology that they needed into the courtroom. Because it wasn't set up for that stuff. This was absolutely something that was breakthrough and something that probably the police really weren't expecting. They probably expected. Hey we're in. We're in west memphis arkansas. We're going to try these three kids. And we're we're gonna be done with it and move on right like yeah. That's the kind of scenario they were anticipating and they got something much worse which made him have to think on their feet and again like i said before this is the kind of stuff that in this town and others especially small small towns where nuts insult anybody where where people are majorly educated. The police can get away with this kind of stuff. Because nobody's gonna ask questions because they trust. They trust that. The police are doing their job and they're doing exactly what they were sworn into do right it. It's there's no reason to question their the police so anyway before we move on to this to this next part just please keep in mind that while whereabouts talk about someone who is highly suspicious for committing these crimes this individual has not been found guilty and he walks free to this not only not only has not been found guilty has not been charged either so with any so this guy man a just just i got a lot to say about this guy. Let you do your thing. I though here we go moving on to terry. Hobbs terry wayne hobbs. Born on may twenty first nineteen fifty eight was married to